Author Archives: Erin Falconer

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The Positive Effects of Self-Directed E-Learning

When it comes to self-directed learning, the learner is the driver. The learner gets to design, conceptualize and evaluate their learning project. Self-directed learning has proved to be a vital tool in developing the competence of the students. However, Worth … Continue reading

Why Is it Important to Know Your Blood Type?

Every person has a specific blood type. To determine your type, the makeup of your red blood cells is analyzed to search for specific proteins, called antigens, in your bloodstream. Not all blood types are compatible, however. This information is … Continue reading

How To Keep Your Brain Active At Any Age

There are 80 to 100 billion neurons in a human brain, leading to a complex network of hundreds of trillions of synapses that enable brain cells to communicate with each other. With all that complexity, the process of work of … Continue reading

How to Stay Positive This Festive Season

The festive period is a time for connecting with loved ones and for taking some well-deserved time off to unwind. Sadly, with a global pandemic in our midst, it’s looking a bit different for many people this year. For some, … Continue reading

Diet is Science: Three Steps to Establish Healthy Eating Habits That Last

As any dietician, fitness blogger or biology student will tell you — if you want to lose weight, you must consume fewer calories than your body is burning. While this simple rule can certainly be a useful tool to incorporate … Continue reading

How to Master the Art of Public Speaking

No one is super confident while delivering their first speech on a stage. And that is what makes the fine art of public speaking an art that need not be essentially God gifted. The art of oratory can be worked … Continue reading