It’s a new year, a new you. Right? Everyone sets New Year’s Resolutions at the start of January, but by the middle of the month, many of us run out of steam. My Saturday Morning Cartoon post from the beginning of the year included some helpful videos on how to improve your chances of sticking to your resolutions. Today I want to talk about goal-setting, in general, both from a scientific perspective (what’s going on in our brains) and a function perspective (how we can use research to achieve our goals). Continue Reading
Adults in museums behave very differently to children. They learn differently too. Image Credit: public-domain.zorger.com
This past weekend I worked as an interpreter for a late night, adult event at THEMUSEUM. I like working with kids in museums, but I enjoy engaging adults too. However, there are distinct differences between teaching grown-ups and kids. Researchers have articulated adult teaching as ‘andragogy’, different to ‘pedagogy’ that is teaching children.
Today, my Writing 101 prompt was to be inspired by a single word from a list provided. Since my partner and I are celebrating our anniversary this month (yay us), I decided to tackle the word ‘love’. Continue Reading