TED and its younger cousin TEDx, are powerful platforms designed to help us share “ideas worth spreading.” In this episode, we talk with two high school students that presented at the worldwide event, and shared their thoughts with our ISB community. Emily Merritt discusses apathy and the voice of youth in politics. Meanwhile, while Todd […]
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The illegal wildlife trade is a persistent and still growing problem faced by our planet. As the world population continues to expand, the demand for exotic animals expands as well. ISB marketing expert, Kayleigh Ghiot, discusses and shares her passion for countering the illegal wildlife trade. Using the power of images and video, Kayleigh highlights […]
Are you an Obliger, or a Rebel? Maybe you identify as a Questioner and not an Upholder? Looking at personalities, we discuss ambiverts, the accuracy of categorizing, and how compatible the results may or may not be. Comparing the classic Meyers-Briggs test with a new 4-category indicator, how do we know if our roles in […]
Description As we progress through life and work to do interesting and helpful things, natural obstacles appear along the way. Sometimes we know those obstacles will be there and other times we are surprised by them. Rob Tyler, ISB’s business development specialist, encountered both expected and unexpected obstacles and he worked to climb Denali in […]
From Movember manscaping to stay-at-home hipsters, the ‘typical male’ identity is changing. But how does that change the household power dynamics? We look at care-taking, shared responsibilities, and how empathy affects gender roles.
A DC movie that’s actually an Oscar-contender??!! You gotta be JOKING. We take a look at the critically-acclaimed film, “The Joker” and its award-winning performance by Joaquin Phoenix.
To-do lists, GTD, timers and schedules…! Multitasking is part of our busy daily lives, but are people really any busier? Do we just feel busy? We talk about how to use tech tools and change perceptions in managing your ‘busy-ness’.
Borders can provide us with a surrounding sense of pride, but is nationalism a good thing? Looking at communications and social media influences, we talk about the human tendency towards tribalism. In a global identity, can we “support our own” without the detriments of supreme exclusion?
Planning for life’s events, how confident are you that everything will be PERFECT? Are creative skills or logistical skills more important for success? We share moments of building confidence and how imperfections can actually help. Strive for excellence, but plan for –and learn from– mistakes.
As a learning support teacher, you may have heard and used a variety of techniques to help your classroom run more efficiently and effectively. Yet maybe you felt the need for a specific system that organizes student learning and increases student feedback. Phil Bowman, my guest today, talks about this Mario Framework. A framework designed […]