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What is the method of the napkin for?

  1. Why do we need complementary foods?
    Timely introduction of complementary foods promotes health promotion, nutritional status and physical development of infants and young children. The optimal time to start introducing complementary foods is 6 months. In some cases, supplementary feeding is introduced earlier in infants, but not earlier than 4 months of age! The introduction of complementary foods should be the process of introducing food, all
  2. What is the mechanism for "self-digestion"?
    The wisdom of nature lies in the fact that it has built in the mechanism of "self-digestion" in every living organism. If, say, a potato tuber contains almost pure starch, then under a thin upper layer of the peel of the tuber contains starch-converting substances. The same applies to grains of wheat, rye, other cereals, in the shell of which there are also substances that convert starch and
  3. For what you can use the method
    The example showed that with the help of intelligence cards it is possible to display and systematize various information. They can be used in a variety of situations and for different purposes. • Creative thinking and brainstorming: collecting and structuring your ideas, in a team or individually. Develop professional and personal perspectives and goals. • Information management: management,
  4. Why do we need food for complementary foods?
    As a child grows and becomes more active, it is not enough to fully satisfy his nutritional and physiological needs for one breast milk. To compensate for the difference between the amount of energy, iron and other essential nutrients that is provided through exclusive breastfeeding, and the total nutritional needs of the infant
  5. Why do we need the second "Gender for Dummies"?
    The idea of ​​the first book was born a few years ago in a group of scientists engaged in research in the field of gender sociology, but she was prompted by the talented manager of social projects Lyudmila Kabanova. As a person closely connected with the solution of practical problems, she knew that if the scientific literature on gender studies is still published, then here are the books for "dummies" (in the best
  6. Our first sketch on a napkin
    In the next exercise, let's step through the process of creating our own picture-a "swipe". Lessons learned will remain with us and will help create any images in the future. Draw in the process of discussion. Leave a bookmark on this page, as we will return to it. Let's first draw our own set of tools for visual problem solving. This is the most
  7. Return to the napkin
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  8. Dawn of the era of sketches on a napkin
    For today, we have seen many examples of simple sketches expressing powerful ideas; we created our own sketches on a napkin; we studied the data, saw the trends, imagined opportunities and showed solutions - and this is only the beginning! Concluding the first day, let's take a step back and look at the big picture to understand why all this is so important. I believe that we are already
  9. Quick review: Visual thinking on a napkin
    Visual thinking on a napkin: we can solve our problems with pictures. You do not need long explanations if you read "Visual thinking". Now I'm talking about the same, but in more detail and consistently. If you are not familiar with the previous book, here - in brief - its main provisions. I believe that we can solve business problems (whatever they are),
  10. Need a shock!
    Almost three hundred years ago, the French theoretician Charles Boileau explained to the writing fraternity of his and all subsequent centuries how to build a literary work. He spoke about plays, but this is not decisive: the laws of Boileau are almost universal, they can be applied to prose, poetry, and journalism. In any genre, one can not do without exposition, setting, development of action, culmination and
  11. Why do we need a brain?
    Once upon a time, the brain was not exactly compared with a telephone switchboard; in fact, he establishes the connections between thoughts, as well as between the events taking place and our reactions to these events. Even in this respect, the brain is much more complicated than all of our technical facilities. The number of possible connections in our brain is greater than what would have been in the worldwide network, even if every person had
  12. P O S S E L E L E F I R Why does gender need "dummies"?
    This book is not a textbook or a political manifesto, but it is written based on certain beliefs shared by all authors. These convictions are that biological, psychological, social, religious and any other differences between people should not lead to their inequality - including gender inequality. We are also convinced that every man
  13. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
    What do you expect from the next day? All the time the thought: when will the titles come? Live, confess me, Measure the soul in grams and liters, Measure the size by centimeters, Recognize by fingerprints, And give a thousand example, When the match was decided by one penalty. I will listen, swing my head - Do not you guess: against or simply? For some reason I began to notice: The more irresponsible - the more faithful
  14. WHAT IS FAT AND WHY WE NEED IT.
    Obesity is a disease, a disease that is characterized by excessive accumulation of fat in the body. And this excess accumulation is dangerous for health. Like any other metabolic disease, obesity creeps up to a person imperceptibly, because there is no sharp line between health and ill health. In most cases, the human body performs a smooth, inconspicuous transition from one state to another. Growth
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