Teacher’s Guide to Teaching Students to Ask Their Own Questions

Human beings are inquirers by nature and it is this inner ability to ask questions and seek answers that was behind the rise of civilization and the progress humanity achieved up to this point in time. From discovering fire to launching space rockets and plans to populate Mars, questions have been the locomotive that drive … Read more

7 Great Books on Death and Grief

If you have ever pondered the questions of the limits of medicine in its approach to life and ethics, the books I curated below are for you. They will help you understand the moral and ethical complexities involved in turning medicine into an inhumane tool to prolong dying people’s suffering and pain. You will learn … Read more

Review of The Art of Dying Well

I was first introduced to the Art of Dying Well  through a Facebook post of a friend who was going through a harsh chemotherapy to treat his cancer. The title of the book is provocatively enticing especially for someone like me who, since the fatal illness of his mother, became very interested in learning about … Read more

What Is Synchronicity?

Has it ever happened to you that when you finally took the first steps toward realizing something you have been dreading or probably procrastinating things mysteriously start to fall in order for you and new opportunities and ideas start springing from nowhere as if a hidden hand is helping you? Welcome to the world of … Read more

Breaking the Spell

Dennett advocates the scientific approach in the study of human phenomenon including religion which he categorized as natural phenomenon. For Dennett, religion is a socially constructed concept worthy of scientific investigation and inquiry as is the case with any other social phenomena. That being said, Dennett recognizes the controversy that such a claim might engender … Read more

Stop Doing That Sh*t , by Gary Bishop

I am not usually a fan of books that have excessive attention-grabbing titles such as titles with f-words in them for the simple reason that they are, in my opinion, more commercially oriented. I know that one should not judge books by their cover and that commercialisation is part of the book industry but I … Read more

Qualitative Data Analysis: A Methods Sourcebook

Qualitative Data Analysis: A Methods Sourcebook, by Matthew Miles, Michael Huberman, and Johnny SaldaƱa is a comprehensive and authoritative resource on conducting qualitative research. The Third Edition includes five distinct approaches to analysis: exploring, describing, ordering, explaining, and predicting. It also covers topics such as research design and management, ethical issues in management, fundamentals of … Read more