My research

How is taking my family down to Nicaragua related to new media and education? Or how did my research take me there? Every society that depends on procreation for its survival must take into account in its social organization that children initially require a great deal of care (Matthews, 2007). I have been studying the … More My research

A Wet-‘N-Wild Playground Rethinks How Kids Play And Learn | Co. Design

A Wet-‘N-Wild Playground Rethinks How Kids Play And Learn | Co. Design.   A Wet-‘N-Wild Playground Rethinks How Kids Play And Learn Sydney recently unveiled its newest, biggest, and, by all indications, funsiest public playground–a 43,000-square-foot waterlogged wonderland designed to “promote learning and experimentation through acceptable risk taking,” the designers, ASPECT Studios, say. Acceptable risk-taking? … More A Wet-‘N-Wild Playground Rethinks How Kids Play And Learn | Co. Design

The Seven Deadly Sins that Prevent Creative Thinking | Psychology Today

The Seven Deadly Sins that Prevent Creative Thinking | Psychology Today. The Seven Deadly Sins that Prevent Creative Thinking The seven most common reasons why people are not creative thinkers. Published on October 22, 2011 by Michael Michalko in Creative Thinkering   SIN ONE. WE DO NOT BELIEVE WE ARE CREATIVEPeople do not believe they … More The Seven Deadly Sins that Prevent Creative Thinking | Psychology Today

Keynote Address and Speaker Information

Keynote Address and Speaker Information The 2011 Global Fusion Conference welcomes Helga Tawil-Souri, Ph.D., as our keynote speaker. Bio: Helga Tawil-Souri is an Assistant Professor in Media, Culture and Communication at New York University where she teaches courses on international development, media globalization, the Middle East, and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Her scholarship addresses contemporary cultural … More Keynote Address and Speaker Information