Category Archives: Psychology

  • Developing Complex Thinking in Your Homeschool

    Edie Weiner, a futurist, once said, “Complexity is the future.” In her TEDx talk, she talks about how our old worlds and new worlds are colliding. In the old world children grew up with minimal stimulus, but in the modern world children have toys in every room, feedback from everything they touch, and they even … Continue reading Developing Complex Thinking in Your Homeschool

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  • Research Focus: Homeless Students on Campus

    When students wander around campus, they aren’t looking at people judgementally and wondering if their fellow classmates are homeless. In fact, they generally assume all students are not homeless. I, personally, can attest to that with my own story, but it never occurred to me to look beyond myself to others that might be in … Continue reading Research Focus: Homeless Students on Campus

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  • Psychology, colour, branding, and you

    Branding and picking a colour theme are two of the hardest things to do with a business venture. The brand is what customers can identify with you with at a glance, and the colours often evoke a feeling and help with the recognition. So, it’s quite understandable that many times the first questions a  new … Continue reading Psychology, colour, branding, and you

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