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Why I (and the Millennial Generation) Love to Typewrite

During a recent trip to Madrid, while my husband and I were walking on a narrow, hidden gem of a street on our way to a flamenco show, our eyes got distracted from the beautiful architecture by the colorful and artsy entrance to a bookstore. A piece of paper strategically placed inside of a typewriter [...]

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Spolin@Work

This blog post is the first in a new series called Educators@Work, which will highlight influential educators from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. We’re kicking things off with a figure that you may not have heard about, but she’s known in education and theatre circles as the mother of improv – Viola Spolin. Stay tuned [...]

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Mastering the Mindsets of “a Creative”

I’ve never considered myself to be “a creative.” Connector, organizer, operationalize-er, facilitator, listener, planner, mother, lover, sister, daughter, coach, yogi, learner, consultant, world citizen, traveler… Sure! But, “a creative”… well let’s just says that I leave that title for people like Steve Jobs, Mindy Kaling, I.M. Pei, Paulo Coelho, Walt Disney… and my partner Chris! [...]

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The Story of Us: Meet Chris from Bon Education

Chris Batchelder is a co-founder and president of Bon Education. Since 2009, he has helped the company grow from its first small contract to work with some of the biggest and most influential companies and organizations in the UAE. Chris especially loves the creative design process that goes on behind all of the many projects [...]

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