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Trust is being able to swim into the mouth of a shark

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Trivia: the Great White Shark Fact #1 – Number of teeth: At any time, a great white shark may have about 300 teeth in various stages of development within its jaw. Fact #2 – Tooth size: An adult great white shark’s tooth can measure up to 2.5 inches. Fact #3 – Bite force: In 2008, scientists at the […]






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Everyone needs a little sunshine

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Did you know? The morning glory is a common name for over 1,000 species of flowering plants in the family Convolvulaceae. Many of them are climbing vines, and therefore for the morning glory to grow to its full possible height, it requires the support of a wall or a trellis structure. With the proper support, […]






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Team meetings: Which colour should I see with?

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Did you know? Eyes have two types of photoreceptors – rods and cones. Cones are responsible for both colour vision and the highest visual sharpness. However, they are less sensitive to light, requiring significantly brighter light to be activated. Meanwhile, rods are more sensitive than cones and can be triggered by low light conditions. Rods are therefore responsible […]






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More from the ants: Understanding team roles

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We explored in our previous post about the leadership mentoring and communication process of ants. In this article, we will take another look at ants to see what we can learn from them about teamwork. As usual, let’s start with their story. Ants live in colonies consisting of millions of individuals. They don’t have leaders. Although […]






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Exploring learning with the honey bee

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In this post, we will learn about our different learning styles by exploring the Visual, Auditory, Reading and Kinesthetic (VARK) learning preferences model developed by Neil Fleming. The VARK is one of the most widely used categorisations of learning styles, and explains how individuals differ in the ways we interact with, take in, and process information. In […]






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