Are you a reader? If not, then you should be! Books are a maybe a ‘boring’ way but efficient to a self-completed personality… Why? Reading will stretch your self-discipline, creativity, intelligence, distinguishing good ideas from bad ideas and countless benefits. That’s why diving in some good books is a great choice for a well spent weekend. Believe me it will help you a lot, and keep you entertained far from the social internet ‘mess’ and for sure will relax you, after a busy week.
We’ve created a visually beautiful explanation of how to get started with lucid dreaming or the art of controlling your dreams when you sleep. Lucid dreaming is a proven ability to control what you dream about and be aware of yourself dreaming as you’re actually dreaming. This means you can control the dream, go where you want, fly, and pretty much do anything you want. Here we go over exactly how to get started learning to lucid dream and what you need to actually do to get started. Many beginners find it difficult to get started lucid dreaming but this makes it easy. There are essentially a handful of things you need to start doing to get the ball rolling. Try the techniques and ideas mentioned in this infographic and if you want more information head on over to our website for free articles, guides, videos and much more.
This dyslexia infographic provides a comprehensive guide to overcoming the effects of dyslexia through awareness. According to the infographic, approximately 15% of people have dyslexia. This means that millions of people have difficulties with reading, writing, and spelling. However, unlike learning disabilities, those people are not affected in the terms of intelligence. The signs of dyslexia are very important related to awareness so you should be introduced to some of them. These include difficulty with hearing sounds, confusing left and right, losing track of time, misreading words, slow talking, difficulty controlling pen and much more. To inspire those suffering from dyslexia, the infographic provides recommendations and information regarding technologies that benefit to overcoming the effects of dyslexia.
Here we are glad to present an infographic on the topic “What type of teacher are you?”. This caters to the interest of all educationalists and schools across the globe. Realising and understanding the competitiveness in the mentoring makes a best teacher. Having categorised with 2 prime types of teachers ‘Teachers as Motivational Leaders’ and ‘Teachers as Perfect Managers’ along with their behaviour traits makes it interesting and thought provoking. Added to these the demands of this technology world keeps them seeking for the best always. Gain a better insight in the infographic shared.
NZIE (New Zealand Institute of Education) aims to give students a range of skills that are valued in today’s global marketplace, from English Language to Business and IT Diplomas. http://www.nzie.ac.nz/
Everybody knows college is expensive, but just how expensive? This infographic compares the cost of tuition, room and board at public vs private colleges for 2009 and 2010, and gives you the details on what college students are actually paying when financial aid is factored in.
This visualization conveys the results of a Myers/Briggs personality test. The visual tool helps illustrate a balance of character traits more favorably than the traditional verbal acronyms (such as INTF, INTJ, etc.)