Chunking: Design for efficient learning

  Chunking: A technique of combining many units of information into a limited number of units or chunks, so that the information is easier to process and remember. -UDP  

An Introduction To Various Painting Styles

Note: The following is a guest from Geoff Jackson Art has no definition, no discrimination, no hate, and no limitation. Not everyone can be labelled an artist, as a true artist is someone who enables you to feel and express through his/her piece. Abstract, expressionism, impressionism, realism, and surrealism are just a few styles of [...]

Using Automatic Writing To Get Creative Ideas

Note: The following is a guest post from Doron Hefeitz. I’ve been a professional jeweler and a creative designer for many years. One of the things that are perhaps the most challenging about being a creative artist is having to constantly come up with new design ideas, sometimes on a daily basis. While there are [...]

A Teacher’s Experience with Emergent Task Planner

About 2-3 weeks ago, I stumbled across David Seah’s new post on ETP or Emergent Task Planner. I am currently using a planner that I ADORE but for a while, I started feeling that something was really lacking. I kept making lists after lists of things to do, invaded by sticky notes and marred by [...]