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Acknowledgments

I am grateful to Mark Baildon for his support and encouragement in writing this piece. Thanks also to See Phay Fun for her help in scanning the posters that I used in this paper. I thank my AAG10D AY 2016 students at NIE for their projects and for the many things I learned from them during our interactions.

An Inspiring Quote

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~ John Dewey, How We Think

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