Natacha Guyot, PhD is a Content Coach and Consultant who helps creators, entrepreneurs, and scholars share their story, build authority, and create community. She prioritizes clarity and sustainable systems and strategies that her clients can scale as they grow their businesses.
She blends her background in film studies and storytelling with her corporate experience in content management to create practical solutions to help her clients.
"Practical Tips for Teaching Assistants" empowers you with the knowledge and tools you need to excel in the classroom. From creating a supportive learning environment to managing your responsibilities with ease, this book will empower you to make a lasting impact on the lives of students and excel in your role. Get ready to thrive in the classroom!
Medical doctor and federal agent Dana Scully has been a prominent figure in popular culture since The X-Files first aired in 1993. By providing a nuanced and feminist representation of a woman scientist, Scully managed to overcome significant systemic violence perpetrated by different patriarchal systems, including the bio-terrorist shadow organization particular to the mythology of the series.
Much praise was given to the character Mako Mori in the 2013 movie "Pacific Rim" because of her personality and her unique narrative. Yet, a character very similar to Mako emerged decades prior to her: Yoko Tsuno, the main character from the eponymous comic book series. Mako and Yoko have much in common, including their Japanese and scientific background, as well as their composite close circles.
Almost forty years of narratives of multiple forms has pitted Star Wars against societal and media evolutions, thus affecting narrative approaches and choices. A Galaxy of Possibilities explores some of their impacts on the franchise. The new revised edition brings more in-depth content, as well as two bonus chapters to provide a broader look at the complex notion of inclusiveness.