Monthly Archives: March 2014

Power of Engaged Reading

http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/power-engaged-reading I am excited my recent article is just out, titled, “The Power of Engaged Reading”, about powerful correlation between engaged reading and university attendance and life success (especially fiction) in the current web issue of the quarterly journal of … Continue reading

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As someone who grew up always sure I was a few bricks short of a full load, and teachers constantly affirmed that, not to mention the Royal Canadian Navy who almost decommissioned me after receiving my mental ability test results( … Continue reading

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Musings on grades, intelligence and getting a job at Google

As someone who grew up always sure I was a few bricks short of a full load, and teachers constantly affirmed that, not to mention the Royal Canadian Navy who almost decommissioned me after receiving my mental ability test results( … Continue reading

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