Seeing Inside the Brain (Book 1 of Minds in Bloom)

Seeing Inside the Brain is an illustrated look at our brain, the engine under our hood, to provide a background for understanding the operating system housed there, the software that controls our thinking. If we know how the brain works, then we are equipped to make better decisions, and to repair the damage caused by poor ones Rather than just regretting them. More

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About Glenn Fieber

Teaching has taken me around the world—literally and philosophically. After I retired from Kamloops, B.C. in 1999, I taught 7 more years in China. China was different; her differences intrigued me. I tried to learn the language and culture: I studied tai qi and calligraphy; I wrote a history of China’s first emperor, the infamous Qin (Emperor of Stone).

When I was a kid, most of my friends were bigger and stronger; I learned to share. In education—and in life—we need to share more. I have taught teachers in Canada, China and Korea and given countless workshops about teaching because I believe that teaching is important: teachers create the future; they can change lives.

I began my career as a romantic idealist in Grand Forks, B.C. in the 60s. It was the time of a great social upheaval, when we all believed in dreams…then were forced to watch them unfold.

Today, I am still at it, whatever it is. My idealism has been tempered by reality, but I am perhaps even more optimistic: whenever I walk into a classroom, I still get goosebumps.

I welcome an exchange of ideas: You can contact me at mindsinbloom@gmail.com

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