It is a common belief that drawing, making lists, writing freely, and coloring help us be healthier. I came across an interesting study where the authors point out that visual self-expression helps to focus attention and improve our health and well-being, but at the same time little research has been…


This summer started differently than the other 2 summers :) It started with a celebration and of course- big relief of having finished my Master's studies. Now I can officially call myself a master of social sciences and an educational innovator. Although I didn’t go to study for this title…


The future belongs to the creators, says world-renowned memory coach Jim Kwik. I agree with him. The OECD The Future of Education and Skills 2030 project identifies creativity as one of the key competencies for learning and innovation to prepare for the 2030 labor market. In an increasingly automated world…


Did you know that most of us lose 80% of the information we learn in just 48 hours? Not only is there a learning curve, but there is also a forgetting curve. One way to remember more and learn effectively is note-taking. I was just listening to Jim Kwik's podcast


There is a common opinion that scribbling — aimless doodling or pattering is a good strategy for learning. Quite a number of experiences have shown that it scares away boredom, helps to concentrate, and be in present. …


What if you looked at the drawing from a completely different angle?

“In the drawing, is it only important to have the result, the beautiful picture as a product, or can drawing as a process be seen as an activity that supports development, improves thinking and communication skills?”

This was…


I just discovered that I have forgotten to write a blog. Literally, I forgot it. But the main reason is my studies. I am writing a Master's Thesis and have to finish within a month. As the times have been so hectic due to all this Corona mess, it is…


This sentence belongs to J.Piaget and B.Inhelder and I took it from Joseph H. Di Leo’s book “Children’s Drawings as a Diagnostic Tool” (1973) which is a very interesting and useful read to all who are curious about the deeper meaning of drawing. Especially for those who want and need…


In the previous post about myself, I also mentioned that I am coming from the AOH community. …


From the beginning of time, people have longed to leave a mark to make their presence known. It is a well-known fact that humanity has scribbled for centuries. …

Kati Orav

I help people to be masters in thinking and cooperation with a mission to help people rediscover two innate abilities — scribbling and imagination.

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