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Joan McGregor: What Philosophers Have to Say About Eating Meat — Vox Populi

https://www.youtube.com/embed/0J1plpUfzTk?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent WeWork, a co-working and office space company, recently made a company policy not to serve or reimburse meals that include meat. WeWork’s co-founder and chief culture officer, Miguel McKelvey, said in an email that it was the company’s attempt at reducing its carbon footprint. His moral arguments are based on the devastating environmental effects … Continue reading Joan McGregor: What Philosophers Have to Say About Eating Meat — Vox Populi

When Should Children Have Access To Their Inheritances – Rob Clarfeld

Regardless of whether or not you are subject to the estate tax, it is essential to have a current will and related documents. I recently wrote two articles on the sticking points that can cause well-intended adults to delay the execution of their estate plan: Choosing an Executor of your Estate and Naming Potential Guardians … Continue reading When Should Children Have Access To Their Inheritances – Rob Clarfeld

6 Handy Charts for Performing Critical Thinking Assessment – Lee Watanabe-Crockett

How do we know when our learners are thinking critically? Critical thinking assessment can be tricky to perform as it encompasses such a broad area of skills. However, we can begin to assess critical thinking by breaking it down into more basic components, and then determining criteria you can use with your learners. The following … Continue reading 6 Handy Charts for Performing Critical Thinking Assessment – Lee Watanabe-Crockett

Critics/Photography – Empty cup no coffee in the house

Empty cup no coffee in the house it’s a disaster my head is pounding may this be the worst thing I ever experience via Oh, No! — Source of Inspiration

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