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With so much talk recently (from a certain politician) about building walls I thought it appropriate to talk about a wall we have right here in Detroit. I am not talking about a metaphorical wall of divide between classes, races, or sexes but an actual wall that was built to divide a white neighborhood from […]
Now that kids are out of school for summer, the Summer Learning Loss or “Summer Slide” is true. “Summer Slide” is the lose of learning through the summer months when children are not in the classroom. The level of lost learning is greater based on socio-economic status. The poorer the family, the loss is greater. “The […]
What music to play in the workplace is definitely an ongoing debate. Music is indeed a mood setter and can be a productivity tool, so choosing the right kind can be a tough task. However, research by Dr. Lesiuk, an assistant professor in the music therapy program at the University of Miami, shows improved creativity […]
While really taking a look at the latest project that coG-Studio was a part of, The Sensory Garden with The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative, it really put into perspective how important senses are to learning. People, specifically children, learn in many different ways. Being able to incorporate as many of our 5 senses as possible […]
Many young adults have thought about Jobs versus Careers at some point in time. There seems to be an obvious difference, yet I’m sure we all have been stuck in a job thinking it would lead to a career. The difference per the article Job vs Career: The difference Between Them that a job has a […]