Education, Philosophy & Social Aspects
Oedipus Rex and Plato at the Crossroads by Marlin Roehl
Greek drama is as relevant today as ever—it is high energy and archetypal. Dramatic arts motivate and engage students kinaesthetically, visually, and linguistically, and Greek drama provides a rich framework for language arts and comparative ...
Compassion Fatigue and Educators by Daryl B Sutter
The target audience is education. The age range spans from new teachers in their twenties to veteran teachers. Teachers are found in every geographical region of the world. What they don’t realize, is that through policies, procedures, technology ...
A Guide for Student Success by Pam Manning Ph.D.
My Child Would Never Do That! are famous last words uttered by parents in every school and every school district across the country when they are surprised about something they believe their child would never do. In my experiences students of all ...
A Parable by Rosemary L. Schwanke
Ken is a young man searching for meaning in his life. He goes to the small town of Wonder where he encounters strange people involved in unusual activities mostly in and around mountains. He can’t seem to get away from them, wherever he lives. He ...
the Canadian voice of reason by Jens Moe
Raised in a small Norwegian coastal village, Jens Moe gained strong values and a dedicated work ethic from his hardworking parents. Arriving in Montréal in the summer of 1952, twenty-three-year-old Jens went straight to the Norwegian Seamen’s ...
The Evolution of the Cosmos, Life, Humans, Culture and Religion and a Look into the Future by William F Brown
From the first seconds Following the Big Bang, to our best guesses for the fate of the universe and humanity, science provides stunning new perspectives about the place of humanity in the cosmos. Humans may live on one planet in one small corner of ...