Curve of Forgetting | Campus Wellness

With thanks to Marcus for passing this on.

 

The Curve of Forgetting describes how we retain or get rid of information that we take in. It’s based on a one-hour lecture.

Read on here: Curve of Forgetting | Campus Wellness

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Resources on Inclusive Evaluations

RET supports people and groups who are working for inclusion, racial equity and social justice. The site includes ideas, strategies and tips, as well as a clearinghouse of resources and links from many sources:

https://www.racialequitytools.org/evaluate/getting-ready-for-evaluation/inclusive-evaluations

 
Definitely check this one out from the site:
http://www.racialequitytools.org/resourcefiles/GuidelinesBestPracticesCulturally04.pdf

On Colin Kaepernick’s Nike Ad: Will the Revolution Be Branded?

I’m happy for Kaepernick, AND I’m under no illusions—I know that this is a marketing/business decision for Nike. As Zirin writes: “In Nike’s antiseptic, hollow corporate-speak, Kaepernick is simply ‘moving the world forward.’ There is no mention here of police violence or racism. And it would be stupid to expect it. This is Nike. Asking them to be a voice for social justice is like asking a dog to meow.” 

—tk

 

Colin Kaepernick is now the face of Nike, which raises questions we should not be afraid to ask.

Read on here: On Colin Kaepernick’s Nike Ad: Will the Revolution Be Branded?

The Problem With ‘Hey Guys’

I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently. As a woman who hears “guys” as gender-neutral, I’ve been curious to know more about stories of people who feel excluded by “guys.” As a cisgender woman, I found this article to be just what I needed. See what you think:  The Problem With ‘Hey Guys’