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« Il y a quelqu’un dans ma tête, mais ce n’est pas moi » « État du Monde, État d'Être

« Il y a quelqu’un dans ma tête, mais ce n’est pas moi » « État du Monde, État d'Être | Réussir ensemble | Scoop.it
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Les animaux n’existent plus !

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Qu’est-ce qu’un animal ? Qu’est-ce qu’une plante ? Facile ! Pas du tout. En fait, les biologistes sont même bien en peine de répondre à ces questions. Plus précisément, nous verrons qu’elles n’ont tout simplement plus de sens aujourd’hui ! Les bestioles du jour sont la preuve que la frontière animale-végétale est floue, voire obsolète.

 


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Avenir Adn Agri's curator insight, October 10, 2013 9:09 PM

Un vaste sujet pour de nombreuses questions. Merci

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Writing As A Meditation Practice

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Those who have a regular meditation practice can simply add the writing immediately following it, and those who find it difficult to do traditional meditation will find this practice fruitful as the writing gives your busy mind something to do.

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Mirna Yonis's curator insight, April 23, 12:34 AM
#Meditation #Mindful #Healthy Practices
Chris Carter's curator insight, May 3, 9:18 PM
Reflective practice at its best!
Ivon Prefontaine's curator insight, May 4, 11:26 AM
Reflection and meditation are important practices for teachers.Take time and let things soak in and appear.
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NetPublic » MOOCs : Plus de 30 cours en ligne collaboratifs ouverts à tous

NetPublic » MOOCs : Plus de 30 cours en ligne collaboratifs ouverts à tous | Réussir ensemble | Scoop.it

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Gilles Le Page's curator insight, October 11, 2013 5:09 PM

Un portail présentant plus de 20 MOOCs (cours en ligne ouverts et massifs) en cours de développement avec pré-inscriptions déjà ouvertes a été inauguré.

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Raison de se mettre à la méditation : Faire le bilan positif de sa journée

Raison de se mettre à la méditation : Faire le bilan positif de sa journée | Réussir ensemble | Scoop.it
Se ressourcer, se retrouver, sortir d’un quotidien stressant et apprendre à se détendre sont les promesses de la méditation. Découvrez 10 raisons pour lesquelles il est important de savoir s’arrêter pour méditer.
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Empathy helps children to understand sarcasm | e! Science News

The greater the empathy skills of children, the easier it is for them to recognize sarcasm, according to a new study in the open-access journalFrontiers in Psychology. For children, sarcastic language can be difficult to understand. They generally begin to recognize sarcasm between ages 6 and 8, especially familiar sarcastic praise such as "Thanks a lot!" and "Nice going!" But some children take much longer to begin to understand sarcasm, with detection improving even through adolescence.

 

In a new study, Penny Pexman, Juanita Whalen, and Andrew Nicholson investigated whether differences in the ability of children to empathize with others might help to explain why.

The researchers looked at empathy specifically because they thought that in order to understand sarcasm children must be able to adopt the perspective of the speaker -- to understand the speaker's attitude and emotions.

 

The study involved 31 children between 8 and 9 years old in a task that required them to recognize sarcasm. After children watched a series of puppet shows that included either sarcastic or non-sarcastic praise, they were asked to pick up a "mean" toy shark if they believed that the puppets had spoken sarcastically, or a "nice" duck otherwise. Each child was tested 12 times, with different puppets and scenarios. The empathy skills of the children were measured separately.

 

Children detected the puppets' sarcasm about half of the time, and children with relatively strong empathy skills did so more accurately. Children with stronger empathy skills were nearly twice as accurate as children with less advanced empathy skills. Initially, the researchers analyzed a group of 6-7 year olds, but this age group revealed almost zero accuracy for sarcasm.

 

The researchers also quantified children's eye gaze and reaction time during the sarcasm recognition task, to quantify subtle clues about their understanding. They measured whether the children looked towards the duck or the shark, as well as the time it took them to choose either. This gave more subtle clues about the children's understanding.

 

"Sarcastic language, especially in unfamiliar forms, is a real challenge for most children," explains Prof. Pexman. "Even when children did not recognize a remark as sarcastic, there was evidence in their reactions that the children with stronger empathy skills were sensitive to the speaker's intent."

 

"This study helps us understand why some children deal better with this challenge than others and provides new insights about development of this complex aspect of emotion recognition," adds Pexman. "It also puts us in a better position to help children who are struggling with this challenge."

 


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Manger cru l'hiver? Six trucs pour y arriver! | SanteRadieuse.com

Manger cru l'hiver? Six trucs pour y arriver! | SanteRadieuse.com | Réussir ensemble | Scoop.it
Les temps froids arrivent. Est-ce une raison pour cesser de boire notre smoothie et s'en remettre au gruau? Voici quelques trucs pour conserver un apport de cru en saison froide.
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