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“Thinking Fast and Slow”

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman The author is a Nobel Laureate in Economics (2002) and a psychologist by education and training. Thinking Fast and Slow just won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Current Interest this past … Continue reading

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“That Used to Be Us: Part II: The Education Challenge”

Part II: The Education Challenge Teachers who are overwhelmed should try to make time to read, at the very least, this section of the book. The global market and the IT revolution discussed in Part I means big changes for … Continue reading

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“A Whole New Mind”

A Whole New Mind by Daniel H. Pink  I’ve reviewed a few books that ask us to look at the changing world and how we—how you, who are just deciding on your life’s path—will live and work in it. A … Continue reading

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