Watch Below Her Mouth (2017) Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

Written by on May 29, 2009 in Learning Tips - 6 Comments


Quality : HD
Title : Below Her Mouth
Director : April Mullen.
Writer :
Release : 2017-02-10
Language : English.
Runtime : 92 min.
Genre : Drama.

Synopsis :
Movie Below Her Mouth was released in February 10, 2017 in genre Drama. April Mullen was directed this movie and starring by Erika Linder. This movie tell story about An unexpected affair quickly escalates into a heart-stopping reality for two women whose passionate connection changes their lives forever.


6 Comments on "Watch Below Her Mouth (2017) Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download"

  1. Randy May 30, 2009 at 2:19 pm · Reply

    A valuable reminder for us all. Thank you, Jamie. Your posts always generate additional questions for me to ponder. Such as:

    How many K-12 teachers integrate these six principles as strategies to explore the given subject matter? I ask because the deficiency defined in the article: many adults lack at least some attributes of intellectual character, leaves us with a dilemma. If it’s not learned in school, and adults lack some of the skills to pass it on at home, how do we do better than a “hit-and-mostly-miss” approach for today’s youngsters?

  2. Brian May 31, 2009 at 1:03 pm · Reply

    I’d also like to add–confidence/arrogance.

    While it is a delicate balance to keep, I think a certain degree of confidence in your opinions and arrogance in your beliefs are necessary when forming opinions. I find that many people who hold the “open-mindedness” trait in extremely high esteem tend to lack confidence in a lot of their opinions and instead bend to the view that seems to carry the most authority, rather than the view that is correct.

    A fine example of this is when Ken Binmore called G.E. Moore’s formulation of the naturalistic argument “puerile”. I laughed when I saw it written, as I do not think I have the gumption to call anything that G.E. Moore writes “puerile”, but maybe I ought to.

  3. Jamie June 1, 2009 at 1:52 pm · Reply

    Randy, you definitely have a valid concern. Unfortunately, teachers rarely demonstrate these attributes. Instead of helping students learn how to think, they spend time teaching them what to think. I don’t have a great solution to the problem. However, I do think that just talking about these ideas raises awareness and can hopefully help people (including teachers and parents) think about their own intellectual character.

    Brian, that’s an interesting addition to the list of attributes. I can see what you mean about the need for confidence in decision making. George Crane said: “You can have such an open mind that it is too porous to hold a conviction.”

    A scientist, for example, can be open to many possibilities. However, at some point he has to make a decision and write down a theory based on the evidence he’s observed. It may not end up being correct, but it’s better than becoming so overwhelmed with the possibilities that he doesn’t explore the one that makes the most sense.

    I don’t think “arrogance” would be the right term for it. Maybe something like “decisive?” I’ll put this on my list of “things to think about.”

  4. Anon June 1, 2009 at 8:47 pm · Reply

    Calmness of mind is also very important for learning. When people are constantly
    interrupted by cell phones, each other, or are easily distracted it is hard to learn.
    One needs a certain amount of quiet and peacefulness if not on the outside then at
    least on the inside in order to be able to read, listen and absorb knowledge.

    Another thing that trips people up is not having sufficient foundation to be able
    to appreciate what they are learning. Sometimes if as little as one or two pieces of information have not been absorbed, a certain appreciation is lost, and learning becomes less meaningful. Thus, certain topics appeal to different people at different times
    in their life.

    Trait 4 needs to inform trait 5. If one seeks some goal other than understanding,
    understanding will probably suffer.

  5. jess November 22, 2009 at 2:24 am · Reply

    Hey jamie,
    its funny because i actually have a whole years worth of learning focused around IC dispositions at my school
    it was only introduced last year
    but its helpful:)

  6. Ahmed Dickison November 30, 2010 at 7:23 pm · Reply

    Superb post! Don’t forget to pass along the Wisconsin State School of Character Award Program 2011. Deadline for application is December 1, 2010. Application info here:

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