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“Arima Spa in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture is one of the oldest and best hot spring spa in Japan. Arima hot springs are natural ones that have been used since ancient times. Arima hot springs are rare worldwide ones containing … Continue reading
Tagged 3Di, Arima, calmness, happiness, intelligence, Japan, Kobe, meditation, onsen, relaxation, sauna, spa bath, spiritual, stress, wellbeing, Zen
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Regular readers of this blog will know of our interest in human happiness and wellbeing, especially since our political leaders began to talk about ‘the happiness agenda’. On the train coming back to Koshien following the visit to Kyoto … Continue reading
Tagged creativity, culture, emotional intelligence, empathy, enjoyment, happiness, human values, Japan, learning, personal intelligence, values and virtues, wellbeing, Zen
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In spite of the dull weather, this first visit to Kyoto, for one of us at least, was inspirational. This is a selection of photographs taken with a Canon EOS 550D. …….. To be a Zen Buddhist, we need awareness. … Continue reading
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A train trip to Kyoto and back again in the course of a dull, cloudy, cold day with occasional showers. Not very easy travelling on an unfamiliar railway system, but well worth the effort to visit three quite different temples … Continue reading
Tagged Buddha, Buddhism, Daito-ji, enlightenment, gardens, Japan, Kinkaku-ji, Kyoto, learning, meditation, personal intelligence, religious education, Ryoan-ji, spiritual intelligence, temples, values, virtues, zazen, Zen
It’s the view of 3Di that schools can only run successfully if they’re made up of a team of enthusiastic and expert teachers/support staff that is well led by a team of experienced & able senior managers. This week we’ve … Continue reading
Tagged education, fast tracking, Future Leaders, headteachers, intelligence, leadership, multiple intelligences, Ofsted, pedagogy, recruitment, schools, senior managers, Sir Michael Wilshaw, teaching and learning, training
The Internet Age demands that we see teaching as well as learning as active, participatory and individualised. Teachers must be aware of the individual learning needs of all pupils if educational progress is to be maximised, and pupils must learn … Continue reading