Research Cycle

 Vol 7|No4|April |2011
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Off the Beaten Path

By Jamie McKenzie

Exploration and discovery thrive on a different approach than that which is often taught in schools. It requires a great deal of what Edward deBono calls lateral thinking — the search for unusual possibilities. Jamie devotes his new book to strategies that support this kind of purposeful wandering, and this month's issue of the Question Mark provides a pre-publication glance at Chapter Three of Lost and Found, planned for shipping during September of 2011.


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Lost and Found

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