Erik Erikson was an ego psychologist that patterned his theories after Freud. Erikson strongly felt that culture and society have an effect on the ego and that a struggle or conflict can begin. Erik Erikson designed a model of development that has 5 stages of psychosocial development that extend through childhood.
Design of the first Annual report for the oldest higher education institution in Latvia – Riga Technical University (RTU). It is covered in bespoke dark suit with geometric varnish pattern. Throughout pages electrical green colour shapes interchanges with white space. Similarly to RTU themselves – their strong traditions live alongside development and openness. #graphicdesign #annualreport
Pattern Mats #Unifix Cubes #teacherspayteachers #backtoschool #backtoschool 2015 Recognizing and making patterns is a fundamental skill that should be mastered by students to develop good literacy and numeracy skills. This unit is composed of 5 sets of patterns (with three strips each) suitable for Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st Grade students who are beginning or needing practice in recognizing and making patterns.
Tomorrow, July 16, is Sew-a-Softie Day. This is a worldwide event organized by sewing pattern designer and sewing teacher Trixi Symonds. Trixi is the author of Sew Together Grow Together, a collection of hand-sewing projects she developed over twenty years in classes and workshops for children. She blogs at colouredbuttons. The goal of Sew-a-Softie day is... Read More »