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Princess (TV series)

Princess is a Canadian television series hosted by Gail Vaz-Oxlade that premiered in 2010, and ran original programming until 2012. The program is similar in format to her earlier endeavor, Til Debt Do Us Part ; however, rather than helping coupl ...

                                               

Dave Ramsey

Ramsey was born and raised in Antioch, Tennessee. He was a 1982 graduate of the College of Business Administration at University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a degree in Finance and Real Estate. As a real estate investor, doing business as Ramsey ...

                                               

Refund to savings

Refund to Savings is an innovative, rigorously designed and scalable program intended to help low-income households build savings and increase financial security. The result of a collaboration between the Center for Social Development at Washingt ...

                                               

Rich Dad

Rich Dad is a brand established by Robert Kiyosaki for a series of educational books and games about personal finance. The trademark is owned by Cashflow Technologies, a corporation established in 1997 by Robert and Kim Kiyosaki to market these b ...

                                               

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad is a 1997 book written by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. It advocates the importance of financial literacy, financial independence and building wealth through investing in assets, real estate investing, starting and owning ...

                                               

Tony (Anthony) Steuer

Tony Steuer, CLU, LA, CPFFE is an American financial author, blogger, insurance consumer advocate and founder of the Insurance Bill of Rights Movement. He is best known for his Questions and Answers on Life Insurance book series. He has written f ...

                                               

ThreeJars

ThreeJars, Inc. is a U.S based company specializing in teaching financial literacy to children aged 5 to 13 through an online allowance service. They believe it is best to teach children about money early in life, through allowance, and hands-on ...

                                               

Til Debt Do Us Part

Til Debt Do Us Part is a Canadian television series produced by Frantic Films for Slice in Canada, Zone Reality in the United Kingdom and CNBC in the United States. It is hosted by Gail Vaz-Oxlade, who each week visits a couple who are in debt an ...

                                               

Tania Tome

Tania Tome is a public speaker, entrepreneur, author, life coach, economist, TV personality, poet and lyricist.

                                               

The Wealthy Barber

The Wealthy Barber, full title is a financial planning book franchise by Canadian author David Chilton. The first book in the series was in the business fable genre, using the story of fictional characters to convey financial advice.

                                               

You Only Live Once (book)

You Only Live Once: The Roadmap to Financial Wellness and a Purposeful Life is a 2016 book written by Jason Vitug. The book sets to redefine the YOLO mantra that has been used to define Generation Y or millennials, to set a mindset shift to culti ...

                                               

Philosophy education

Philosophy education is the practice of teaching and learning philosophy along with the associated scholarly research. It is not philosophy of education, nor the philosophical study of education in general.

                                               

101 Philosophy Problems

The format of the book was unique and later copied by other authors. For example, in Julian Bagginis The Pig That Wants to Be Eaten it was observed that the books "format is essentially the same as that first successfully introduced by Martin Coh ...

                                               

Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy

Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy is a society dedicated to providing a broad intellectual forum for the scholars researching in continental philosophy. The society was established in Melbourne in 1995. Richard Colledge is the chair ...

                                               

Cafe philosophique

Cafe philosophique is a grassroots forum for philosophical discussion, founded by philosopher Marc Sautet in Paris, France, on December 13, 1992. There were about 100 cafes-philo operating throughout France and some 150 cafes-philo internationall ...

                                               

Critical social thought

Critical social thought is an interdisciplinary academic major offered at several liberal arts colleges. It addresses the fundamental questions about social life and embraces the contours of modern experience and the historical forces that have h ...

                                               

European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information

The European Summer School in Logic, Language and Information is an annual academic conference organized by the European Association for Logic, Language and Information. The focus of study is the "interface between linguistics, logic and computat ...

                                               

Harry Stottlemeier's Discovery

Harry Stottlemeiers Discovery is a philosophical novel for children by Matthew Lipman. The novel was Lipmans first, and inaugurated the educational movement known as Philosophy for Children. It was first published in 1971 and revised in 1974. The ...

                                               

Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences

The Institute of Philosophy was founded as the Institute of Scientific Philosophy in 1921 by Gustav Shpet, who was its first director until 1923. The philosophy department of the University of Moscow had been disbanded in the summer of 1921, howe ...

                                               

Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw

Institute of Philosophy of the University of Warsaw is a research institution located in Warsaw, part of the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology of the University of Warsaw. It is renowned mainly for its contribution to the development of modern ...

                                               

Harald Lesch

Harald Lesch is a German physicist, astronomer, natural philosopher, author, television presenter, professor of physics at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and professor of natural philosophy at the Munich University of Philosophy.

                                               

Matthew Lipman

Matthew Lipman is recognized as the founder of Philosophy for Children. His decision to bring philosophy to young people came from his experience as a professor at Columbia University, where he witnessed underdeveloped reasoning skills in his stu ...

                                               

Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy

The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy is an institution dedicated to scholarly, extensive and engaged readings of key figures and texts in the history of modern European thought and contemporary discourse. The School was founded in 2003 ...

                                               

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Montenegro

The University of Montenegro Faculty of Philosophy is one of the educational institutions of the University of Montenegro. The building is located in Niksic, close to the city center.

                                               

New College of the Humanities at Northeastern

New College of the Humanities, owned by NCH at Northeastern Ltd, is a primarily undergraduate and masters degree college in London, England, UK, founded by the philosopher A. C. Grayling, who became its first Master. In February 2019, Northeaster ...

                                               

Philosophical consultancy

Philosophical Consultancy is a relatively new movement in philosophy which applies philosophical thinking and debating to the resolution of a persons problem. Gerd B. Achenbach and Ad Hoogendijk are two, German and Dutch philosophers who establis ...

                                               

Philosophical counseling

Philosophical consultancy, also sometimes called philosophical practice or philosophical counseling or clinical philosophy, is a contemporary movement in practical philosophy. Developing since the 1980s as a profession but since 1950’as a practic ...

                                               

Philosophical Gourmet Report

The Philosophical Gourmet Report, founded by philosophy and law professor Brian Leiter and now edited by philosophy professors Berit Brogaard and Christopher Pynes, is a ranking of graduate programs in philosophy in the English-speaking world.

                                               

Philosophy and Belief

Philosophy and Belief is a school subject taught at schools across South America. The subject bears many similarities to Religious Education, a subject taught across the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth Countries. Its main differences are th ...

                                               

Philosophy For All

Philosophy For All is a London-based association of people interested in philosophy. It was founded in 1998. It aims to bridge the gap between professional and amateur philosophers, by holding talks, lectures and debates. Many of its events are h ...

                                               

Philosophy for Children

Philosophy for Children, sometimes abbreviated to P4C, is a movement that aims to teach reasoning and argumentative skills to children. There are also related methods sometimes called Philosophy for Young People or Philosophy for Kids ". Often th ...

                                               

University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy

The University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy, founded in the early 19th century within the Belgrade Higher School, is the oldest and most prominent institution of higher education in Serbia and among the oldest in the South-Eastern Europe. It ...

                                               

Society for Advancing Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education

The Society for Advancing Philosophical Enquiry and Reflection in Education is a charity that promotes Philosophy for Children as an educational methodology in the UK.

                                               

Sophie's World

Sophies World is a 1991 novel by Norwegian writer Jostein Gaarder. It follows Sophie Amundsen, a Norwegian teenager who is introduced to the history of philosophy by Alberto Knox, a middle-aged philosopher. Sophies World became a best-seller in N ...

                                               

School for Ethics and Global Leadership

Located in Washington, D.C., The School for Ethics and Global Leadership is a selective, semester-long residential program for intellectually motivated high school juniors from across the United States. The program selects students who have shown ...

                                               

Theory of knowledge (IB course)

Theory of knowledge is a required core subject in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. It receives a letter grade like the Extended Essay, and combines with the latter to contribute numerically to the awarding of the full IB Diploma.

                                               

Think (journal)

Think: Philosophy for Everyone is an academic journal created to forge a direct link between contemporary philosophy and the general public. The central aim of the journal is to provide easily accessible and engaging writing by philosophers pre-e ...

                                               

Adapted physical education

Adapted physical education is the art and science of developing, implementing, and monitoring a carefully designed physical education. Instructional program for a learner with a disability, based on a comprehensive assessment, to give the learner ...

                                               

Adaptive Physical Education Australia

Adaptive Physical Education is a physical education program that accommodates the needs of students with disabilities, that may include or be a combination of mobility or physical impairments, sensory impairments, intellectual disabilities, emoti ...

                                               

American Posture League

The American Posture League of the United States was established and initially funded by educator Jessie H. Bancroft, Henry Ling Taylor, an orthopedic surgeon, and Dr. Eliza Mosher. The idea of the league was to combine scientific research with b ...

                                               

Australian College of Physical Education

The Australian College of Physical Education is an independent specialist tertiary education institution in Sydney, Australia. The college offers degree programmes in PDHPE teaching, physical education, sports coaching, health and fitness, dance ...

                                               

Jessie H. Bancroft

Jessie Hubbell Bancroft was an American educator, a pioneer of physical education and a founder and a president of the American Posture League. She was born in Winona, Minnesota and was exposed to the Delsarte System of Physical Culture while stu ...

                                               

Butts Up

Butts Up is a North American elementary school childrens playground game originating in the 1950s or earlier. It is slightly similar to the game Screen Ball. Butts Up or Booties Up began in the 1940s or 1950s as a penalty phase of various city st ...

                                               

Chicken Fat (song)

"Chicken Fat" is a 1962 song written by Broadway composer Meredith Willson and performed by actor/singer Robert Preston. It was commissioned as part of the Presidents Council on Physical Fitness.

                                               

Harihar Vaman Deshpande

Life through 1960–65: He resigned from Government service in 1960 and accepted the post of Managing Editor of "Aarogya Mandir" for the monthly magazine of Panvel. He began publishing a magazine from Amravati 1960–63. Subsequent to the closure of ...

                                               

Dodgeball

Dodgeball is a team sport in which players on two teams try to throw balls and hit opponents, while avoiding being hit themselves. The objective of each team is to eliminate all members of the opposing team by hitting them with thrown balls, catc ...

                                               

Dunfermline College of Physical Education

Dunfermline College of Physical Education, was a college for training teachers of physical education and hygiene in Scotland. The college was established in Dunfermline in 1905, moved to Aberdeen in 1950, and merged with Moray House College of Ed ...

                                               

Floor hockey

Floor hockey is a family of indoor hockey games. Five variations exist: two variations in the style of bandy, one of which is called floorball in English speaking regions. three variations in the style of ice hockey Two of these variations involv ...

                                               

Caroline D. Gentile

Caroline Doris Gentile was an American academic and physical education instructor. The longest-serving faculty member of the University of Maine at Presque Isle, she joined the staff in 1946 and developed the curriculum for the physical education ...

                                               

Government Physical Education College, Dhaka

Government Physical Education College, Dhaka is a physical education college in Bangladesh which is committed to provide students a chance to study how to keep themselves healthy with lifelong skills.