Diversity in learning is a very urgent topic to address due to the importance of increasing each child's ability to learn in school and maximize their awareness of personal learning style and natural talents. This also crosses over to adults and how we get along and communicate. Clarice Yentsch had been dedicated in bringing attention to Human Dynamics Theory (2017), author Berit Bergstrom.
Join Deb Goldberg, author and Spiritual Mentor and my guest host Clarice M. Yentsch who is a scientist, educator, and President of The Waypoint Foundation of Key Largo Florida, along with my co-host Dr. Lynyetta G. Willis who is a psychologist, author of the children's book, My Forgotten Self, and creator of the Elemental Living (TM) Parenting and Personal Leadership Program.http://www.myforgottenself.com
Clarice has been active in Oceanographic Research, Education, Educational Development, and Museum work including exhibitions. A detour from being a strict research scientist/experimentalist came when she was introduced to the work of Sandra Seagal and David Horne, namely Human Dynamics Theory. At present she is working with Charlotta Dybeck and Berit Bergstrom in Sweden where the work has been embraced and the teaching profession and students have all been the beneficiaries.
Waypoint's mission is Celebrating Human Creativity. Basically Waypoint provides housing to Waypoint Fellows to complete a piece of original work promotes original photography and writing through traveling exhibitions. https://www.facebook.com/TheWaypointFoundation
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