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Word of The Day

Proactive Interference is defined as the “tendency of previously learned material to hinder subsequent learning.” Chances are, we’re all able to relate to classic example of this hinderance:” Things like your old address popping into your mind when you have … Continue reading

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Word of the day

The words we take in determine the words we speak, live by, and pass on to those around us.

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Teachable differences

Teaching is an institution that helps an individual acquire knowledge, competence, or virtue– not necessarily associated with skill building. Training is the action of teaching an individual a skill or type of behavior. Supervision is an action or process to … Continue reading

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Word of the Day

Social work is acting out of love for strangers in tangible ways. We are made to represent love so that all people we encounter have a more profound sense of hope and faith within themselves. We do the hard, intimate, … Continue reading

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Word of the day

Becoming “awake “Involves seeing our confusion more clearly – Chogyam Trungpa

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