“Roots and Wings” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

Opening with the infamous poem (and one of my own personal favourites!) “The Tyger” by William Blake, the author uses Blake’s exaltation of creation as inspiration to frame her own analogy of a blacksmith’s workshop as the “creator” of the “mettle” of a family, which she defines as a proactive point of view and spirit of resilience that one can adopt to improve the chance of life success. … More “Roots and Wings” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

“Edu-Chameleon” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

Author Lili-Ann Kriegler does not do things halfway, whether it be her love of golf or passion for education. Using the foundations of other scholarly work, she has created a model for play using seven learning zones. Targeting early educators and administrators alike she provides readers an in-depth immersion into structuring play for learning. … More “Edu-Chameleon” by Lili-Ann Kriegler