P is for People Who Follow Their Principles rather than Worry About The Prizes  

Different people have different philosophies of life. Each approach has both pluses and minuses. So they often aim to build on the pluses and manage the consequences of the minuses.

Some people aim Read more

P is for Making Learning Personal, Practical And Profitable

“The learner learns what the learner wants to learn,” we are told.

Good educators often follow this approach when designing educational experiences. They aim to make the learning:

Personal – It must relate to Read more

D is for Being Duty Driven

Different people are driven by different senses of duty. They may feel a duty to care for their family, follow a moral code, pursue a philosophy, follow their vocation or whatever. This commitment often Read more

P is for Seeing People’s Patterns And The Possible Consequences  

There are many models for understanding people and their behaviour. These range from psychoanalytic approaches to studying people who deliver peak performance.

One approach is to focus on a person’s patterns and the Read more