Back to School

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It’s that time of the year again. Whether you are a teacher or a parent (and obviously if you are a child), there’s that excitement in the air: a new school year is starting. This year, in many places worldwide, the excitement of a new school year is mixed with uncertainty and changes. In the past months, teachers, parents, and children had to adapt to a new (and in many cases still not entirely shaped) learning mode. Teaching is always a challenging, thoughtful work, and in times like these, it is even more so.

“Am I Creative Yet?”

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When was the last time you’ve heard the iconic question: “Are we there yet?” If you have young children, chances are it was not too long ago. But although the combination of children and a driving might be the first thing that comes to mind, let’s be honest: we live in an age where the bottom line is sacred. Most people want to achieve something, receive something, be remembered for something. Oh, and better sooner than later.

The Magic Button

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Imagine having a magic button in your brain. A button you can push to open your mind and effectively start learning and memorizing new things. Imagine you can do one simple thing before you go into class, or before you approach a new task at work, that will make you perform better (and enjoy it more as well). Now, stop imagining! Why? Because this magic button is already embedded in our brain. Curious?