Another study on a water lily. The most challenging parts are the water, need to be more flexible in handling the brush and the medium. Working from light to dark shades is familiar to me. However, the brush techniques need to be more free and flexible. I’m feeling too rigid to work on the water because of the water lily. Perhaps I need to ‘mask’ it first, then I can work freely on the water.
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The approach in creating the CSCL framework for teaching and learning
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Thinking skills have been highlighted in the new education system in Nagara Brunei Darussalam (SPN21)
to meet the challenges of lifelong education. According to Tishman, Perkins and Jay (1995) a thinking
culture is about how to transform the culture of a particular classroom into a culture of thinking, with the purpose of teaching thinking to prepare students for a future of effective problem-solving, thoughtful decision making and lifelong learning.
TMSOL is designed and developed for any young learners, adult learners, or any interest group who wish to either enhance...