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Today’s educational technology often presents itself as a radical departure from the tired practices of traditional instruction. But in one way, at least, it faithfully follows the conventions of the chalk-and-blackboard era: EdTech addresses only the student’s head, leaving the rest of the body out. Treating mind and body as...
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Encourage people to do something for its own sake, not for its benefits.
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Here's a handy infographic that summarizes all the research on the need to belong and connect with others!
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Life comes in waves. You can't control the waves, but you can learn how to surf them: http://ideas.ted.com/2014/07/08/how-to-thrive-in-a-world-where-change-is-constant/
As director of the MIT Media Lab, Joi Ito is constantly thinking about what the future might hold. But, he says, an obsession with what's to come is unhealthy and unhelpful. Here, he shares 8 piece...
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Targeting metacognition—our beliefs about thoughts—might alleviate mood disorders and even schizophrenia
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The past few years have witnessed a global awakening in the health professions, lay public and government also - to the fact we do not have evidence-based or science-based medicine, but rather a commercially distorted marketing-based medicine environment. In this video, Dr Peter Parry reports on his research findings after reviewing hundreds of internal pharmaceutical industry documents publicly released from court cases against pharmaceutical firms in the USA: From Evidence-Based Medicine to Marketing-Based Medicine
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Australia’s largest provider of counselling courses including the Diploma of Counselling, Bachelor of Counselling and Graduate Diploma of Counselling.
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The Australian Institute of Professional Counsellors (AIPC) is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and Higher Education Provider (HEP) that delivers counselling courses at vocational (Diploma of Counselling) and higher education (Bachelor of Counselling; Graduate Diploma of Counselling) levels to students throughout Australia and Overseas.

AIPC has a particular focus on flexible learning, through supported external and online training. AIPC is the largest provider of counselling courses in Australia, specialising in counsellor education for over twenty four years. Students graduate with a high level of knowledge and skill to perform competently in a variety of employment settings. Course structures focus on students learning a variety of approaches and enable students to develop progressively to a professional level; as well as grow personally as an individual.

AIPC courses are a journey of self discovery, providing students with a deep insight into why they think and behave as they do. Graduates are well prepared to pursue a career in counselling – employed or self-employed – enjoying strong industry reputation and linkage. All courses are accredited by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA).
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