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BEST OF QUIBINARS...Quibinars 9, 10, 11 & 12 (The CULTURE Collection)

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Quibinars 9-12


Quibinar 9

Episodic History

  • An event or group of events occurring as part of a larger sequence.
  • An incident or period considered in isolation.
  • A finite period in which someone, something, some event is affected.
  • An episodic view means that you are interested in developing specific parts of the brain.
  • Synonyms – incident, event, occurrence, happening, occasion, experience, adventure, affair, interlude, chapter.


W(Holistic) History

  • Characterized by comprehension of the episodes of some one, some thing, some place or some event as intimately connected and explicable (explainable) only by reference to the whole.
  • The treatment of the whole person, place or event, considering the mental, physical, spiritual and soulful factors, rather than just the episode alone.
  • Dealing with the whole.
  • A holistic view means that you are interested in developing the whole brain.
  • Synonyms – whole, total, all, complete

Quibinar 10

In the book, Nation Building, author Kwame Agyei Akoto defines culture.

Culture is the sum-total of a people's evolving historical and contemporary experience, their values, beliefs and actions consisting of behavior patterns, symbols, and institutions unique to a people, that distinguishes them from another people. 


Quibinar 11

Culture is the vast structure of behaviors, ideas, attitudes, values, habits, beliefs, customs, language, rituals, ceremonies and practices peculiar to a particular group of people which provides them with a general design for living and patterns for interpreting reality.


The system of culture teaches the people to recognize phenomena and to respect certain logical relations amongst phenomena.

Culture gives meaning to reality.


Quibinar 12

Core Culture

Core=Heart/Foundation/Grounding


Core Culture is the central portion/strand or essence of “the process, which gives the group its general design for living and patterns for interpreting reality.”


It is the “essential spirit” or energy of the group, which characterizes and is reflected in all processes consistent with the group’s cultural reality, including educational content and methods.


Teaching Style - Methodology


Teaching style is a particular manner, method, way or form of:


  • Transmitting information and knowledge;
  • Encouraging the learning process
  • Orchestrating a set of experiences designed to foster development and maturation


The Social System of Culture


Culture is the vast structure of behaviors, ideas, attitudes, values, habits, beliefs, customs, language, rituals, ceremonies and practices peculiar to a particular group of people which provides them with a general design for living and patterns for interpreting reality.



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