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Critical Thinking in Teaching & Learning

Critical Thinking in Teaching & Learning

by Felipe Fregni
127 Pages · 2019 · 4  MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
The Transformation
by James S. Gordon
384 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 4,437 Downloads · New!
The Transformation is the post-traumatic, psychology, healing and stress disorder book which shares the practical tools and strategies to deal with emotional wounds. James S. Gordon is the author of this superb book. He is the executive director and founder of The Center for Mind-Body Medicine (CMBM). It is the world’s largest healing program that helps millions of people to handle their post-traumatic. This institute deals with a diverse population and all over the world. The refugees from wars in Africa, the Balkans, and the Middle East. Retire and serving armed offices who lost their physical fitness in the wars. This book is for students, teachers, parents, and families to survive in the difficult times. There are dozens of school shooting incidents in the world.
Suggestible You
by Erik Vance
288 Pages · 2016 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Suggestible You is the neuropsychology, psychology and neuroscience guide which shares the secret of brain functionality in our daily life. Erik Vance is the author of this wonderful book. Our mind is the only organism in the body which does not sleep. While growing up we experience different situations in our life some of them are good and some of them miserable. Our mind restores all drama which is happened around us and makes it the part of our subconscious. We make our decisions on behalf of these memories and we are not aware of them in reality. Most of us make our decisions in fear which does not become the life-changing decisions. These decisions happened due to the subconscious and that the main disadvantage of false memories. We believe in past events that if we take these decisions again then something going to happen bad as it happens before. Our brain is responsible for the life which we are going to live. The things which change our mind are self-deception, expectations, and beliefs. Our mind is always ready to trigger the chemical reaction in our body in the response of happiness and pain. Different kind of cell is released by the blood through the mind. Medicine also produces these cells which keeps people healthy. This book describes everything in details about false memories, placebos, and hypnosis.
The Neuroscience of Human Relationships
by Louis Cozolino
656 Pages · 2014 · 2 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The Neuroscience of Human Relationships is the self-help, relationship, neuroscience and neuropsychology book which shares the importance of healthier relations. Louis Cozolino is the author of this magnificent book. A newborn baby has many relations and the most important relationship is with his parents and siblings. His early relationship with the family will going to decide what kind of life he is going to live in the future. If his parents are loving, caring and decent with him and also the people around them then there are more chances that he will live a happier life. Our relation with friends help us to conquer the challenges of the world and they always stand with us in a difficult situation. Healthy relations are the source of happiness and success in our life. If a person has good relations with others then he is more likely to have a better understanding with himself. It creates a sense of self-awareness and assists the people to find the purpose of their life. You can share your personal stories with friends or life partner and get useful advice from them. It keeps you away from depression, anxiety, and stress. This is the revised edition of the previous book which highlights the benefits of relations in our body, mind, and life.
Everything Bad is Good for You
by Steven Johnson
254 Pages · 2006 · 1.3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Everything Bad is Good for You is the cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, media studies and cultural anthropology book that take hands on the social norms. Steven Johnson is the author of this remarkable book. The technology is changing with the passage of time but its speed increased in the last two decades. There are numbers of innovations that happened in the last two decades and mobile phone technology is one of them. Today kids have PSP, Play Stations, Tablets, Mobile Phones and plenty of other indoor sources of entertainment. Before this digital era, kids used to of playing games outside the homes but now they have rarely seen on the streets. They spend their free time watching cartoons rather than playing outside the home. The parents are worried and think that it may affect their brains performance.
Buddha’s Brain
by Rick Hanson
251 Pages · 2009 · 1.3 · 1 Downloads · New!
Buddha’s Brain is the inner peace, meditation, success, happiness and mindfulness book which teaches people how to find wisdom, love, and happiness in our lives. Rick Hanson is the author of this fascinating book. Once a successful person said, it’s impossible to change our future but it becomes possible when we change our habits. The mind plays a vital role in transforming our life so if we able to control our mind then we can hope for a better life. Rick gave the example of some great teachers like Mohammed, Moses, Jesus and Buddha whose change the world with their manners. They work on the positive sides of the brain and prove that anything can be achieved with true determination and courage. Mindfulness techniques are thousands of years old and they are still the best practices to get inner peace. These practices help our brain to find love, prosperity, happiness, and wisdom. To live a happier life we need a fulfilling relationship with the people around us, a deeper connection with our soul and greater inner confidence. A happier person does not depend on the others and he does not blame others.
The Shallows
by Nicholas Carr
304 Pages · 2011 · 1.3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The Shallows is the critical thinking, HCI, neuroscience and neuropsychology book which discusses the cons of google. Nicholas Carr is the author of this fascinating book. He is the bestselling author and the winner of Pulitzer award. The digital revolution occurs due to the innovation of the internet. It helps the millions of people to get famous, rich and powerful. There are plenty of successful platforms which we have today because of internets, such as Google, YouTube, and Social Media. Google is the big source of information and this is also one of the major cons of Google. There is no one sitting on the google to check whether the information is right or wrong. Everyone is uploading their articles and Google is showing their articles on top of the page. The people get manipulated by reading the false information sometimes it may be true. It’s a common habit that people are used to off searching for information from the internet instead of searching it from any authentic source. Social media is a big source of advertising, marketing and getting fame.