2017 Maps of Meaning 12: Final: The Divinity of the Individual

2017 Maps of Meaning 12: Final: The Divinity of the Individual

I Started that I started the beginning of the class three months ago talking to you about What it what the problem was that I was trying to address? and The fundamental problem was the problem of belief systems and the issue is was what precisely constitutes a belief system and Then a secondary question […]

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Creativity in the classroom

Creativity in the classroom

>>FEMALE NARRATOR 1: Welcome to Creativity in the Classroom. This video will help develop teachers’ understanding of their own creativity as well as that of their students. We will provide research-based insights and suggestions, as well as present ideas from experienced teachers about how to better understand creativity and its role in the classroom. The […]

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Are Older People Wiser?

Are Older People Wiser?

This episode is brought to you by Hover Are older people wiser? No, not necessarily. I think older people are experienced and I think there’s a difference. So if you’ve experienced something, then you’ve had some learning from it. I think wisdom sometimes comes from even small children. Okay, this is my Nana. She’s the […]

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Raising Awareness and Developing Disability Cultural Competence in the Supervisory Relationship

Raising Awareness and Developing Disability Cultural Competence in the Supervisory Relationship

broadcast is now starting all attendees are in listen-only mode alright hello everyone welcome to today’s webinar on raising awareness and developing disability cultural competence in the supervisory relationship my name is Kristen Dempsey and I’m the assistant director of professional psychology programs in the education Directorate here at APA thanks so much all for […]

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Do You Have A Racial Bias?

Do You Have A Racial Bias?

– This task will take about five minutes to complete. I’m gonna be either racist or not racist in five minutes. – [Voiceover] If someone asked you what you thought about a particular group of people you could probably answer them, right? Most of us believe that we understand our own brains. We believe that […]

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Postmodernism: History and Diagnosis….

Postmodernism: History and Diagnosis….

Well, I’m speaking today with Dr. Stephen Hicks, who is a professor of philosophy in the Department of Philosophy at Rockford University in Illinois. Professor Hicks has written a book—he’s written several books—but he’s written one in particular that I wanted to talk to him about today called Explaining Postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau […]

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On the Essence of Evil

On the Essence of Evil

The title of my paper is called “On the Essence of Evil”. The question and nature of evil has been a human preoccupation since the rise of civilization, yet we can find no consensus on what constitutes its essence. The instantiation of evil unequivocally contributes to the necessary social manufacturing of law and order, religion, […]

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Risk Factor – Cultural Cognition

Risk Factor – Cultural Cognition

my colleagues and I are very interested in why people are in a state of persistent disagreement about issues of fact, Is the earth heating up or not does allowing people to carry guns make crime rates go up or go down ? people with different kinds of cultural styles have different views, cultural cognition […]

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How great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek

How great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek

How do you explain when things don’t go as we assume? Or better, how do you explain when others are able to achieve things that seem to defy all of the assumptions? For example: Why is Apple so innovative? Year after year, after year, they’re more innovative than all their competition. And yet, they’re just […]

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Highlights of the Opening Remarks from the 5th Conference on Self-Determination Theory

Highlights of the Opening Remarks from the 5th Conference on Self-Determination Theory

>>It’s a real honor and pleasure to introduce you to the two founding fathers of Self-Determination Theory, Edward Deci and Richard Ryan. Rich and Ed have laid a true ethical foundation, and as a group of SDT scholars, we are facing the challenge to further expand the framework and refine it in many different directions. […]

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