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A unique workbook that you will really benefit from and so many others will ask you about it. A Must Have!
Cool writing journals with inspirational and hilarious quotes are the best choice for women, men, and adults to go spend their everyday with fun. Get this amazing sarcastic and hilarious journal and take it to work with you. Write all your important tasks, activities, and daily schedule in this journal and plan your entire day. 6x9 is the perfect size for handling. With matte finish and high quality white paper, this makes up to be the best journal you can get to plan your everyday routine. Maintaining a journal is a healthy activity.
A unique workbook that you will really benefit from and so many others will ask you about it. A Must Have!
This novel is a work of fiction that will intrigue you. It's the second book in the Matthews/Deenal series. Amanda Livingston is Liza's sister and she agrees to give up the pursuit of a serious relationship on her on and to allow her sister and new brother-in-law to arrange dates for her. These men arrive in an odd way, perhaps for some readers, but can they be trusted? Deception is present and the book has a surprise ending. Enjoy the ride!
Not your typical how-to manual for new teachers, this no-nonsense, jargon-free guide offers a wide variety of tools and tactics for getting through every school day with grace and sanity. Covered in glue, glitter, orange juice--or worse? Make a quick change into the spare set of clothes you keep on hand for just this purpose. Butterflies in your stomach before your first-ever Meet the Teacher Night? Keep your cool by writing the agenda on your board--it'll double as a crib sheet for you. These tips and hundreds more, covering virtually every aspect of teaching, have all been learned the hard way: from real-life classroom experience. Otis Kriegel's "little black book" will be a treasured resource for teachers who want not only to survive but to thrive in any situation.
Are you an ordinary Christian who longs to experience the extraordinary? It can happen! It's up to you! Marcia Jordan, an ordinary Christian lay-person, shares a lifetime of experiences (some traumatic and potentially devastating) through which God has taught her many life-changing lessons, has worked "all things together for (her) good," and has caused her to "soar like an eagle." As others have seen God work the "impossible" through challenges in Marcia's life, many have encouraged her to write this book. She desires to encourage other 'ordinary Christians' to see how God wants to become involved in every part of their lives - every day of their lives! Our Father wants all His children to experience the extraordinary - but only He can bring it about! Claim His promises, obey His Word, and then hang on! Your spirit is about to soar beyond what you can imagine! Marcia Lantz Jordan is a retired (re-treaded) Public School Music Teacher who is currently a Consultant in Public School Music and Character Education. She has spent most of her life serving in church as an organist/pianist, Children's Choir director, and Sunday School teacher of various ages - presently adults. She loves studying Scripture and has served as a Discussion Leader in BSF (Bible Study Fellowship) for over a decade. Since retiring, Marcia has released several CD's of songs and/or piano music (described in the book). These are projects with which God has challenged her in answer to her prayer for Him to keep her from stagnating when she became the caregiver for her permanently disabled husband, Roger. She asserts, "God can teach an old dog new tricks! I am awed, delighted, and amazed as He teaches them to me everyday."
Not your typical how-to manual for new teachers, this no-nonsense, jargon-free guide offers a wide variety of tools and tactics for getting through every school day with grace and sanity. Covered in glue, glitter, orange juice—or worse? Make a quick change into the spare set of clothes you keep on hand for just this purpose. Butterflies in your stomach before your first-ever Meet the Teacher Night? Keep your cool by writing the agenda on your board—it’ll double as a crib sheet for you. These tips and hundreds more, covering virtually every aspect of teaching, have all been learned the hard way: from real-life classroom experience. Otis Kriegel’s “little black book” will be a treasured resource for teachers who want not only to survive but to thrive in any situation.
The theme of trust, betrayed or fulfilled, runs through this collection of short stories: Parents lead children into peril, husbands abandon wives, wives manipulate husbands, and time undermines all. Love pangs, a favorite subject of the author, take on a new urgency as earthquakes, illnesses, lost wallets, and deaths of distant friends besiege his aging heroes and heroines. One man loves his wife’s twin, and several men love the imagined bliss of their pasts; one woman takes an impotent lover, and another must administer her father’s death. Bourgeois comforts and youthful convictions are tenderly seen as certain to erode: “Man,” as one of these stories concludes, “was not meant to abide in paradise.”
In the spirit of Studs Terkel's Working, Bill Smoot interviews master teachers in fields ranging from K--12 and higher education to the arts, trades and professions, sports, and politics. The result suggests a dinner party where the most fascinating teachers in America discuss their various styles as well as what makes their work meaningful to them. What is it that passes between the best teachers and their students to make learning happen? What are the keys to teaching the joys of literature, shooting a basketball, alligator wrestling, or how to survive one's first year in the U.S. Congress? Smoot's insightful questions elicit thought-provoking reflections about teaching as a calling and its aims, frustrations, and satisfactions.
Correct instructional level and self-esteem have never been fully addressed in public education. Principals and teachers who read the guidelines in this book and combine these simple requirements -- without additional monies -- can make American public education number one worldwide in literacy.
Through its rich and absorbing case studies, this book portrays three elementary classrooms from a feminist perspective. These classrooms demonstrate to readers the complexity of issues that teachers face over the challenges of gender and identity issues. Life stories of the three teachers, who are all feminists, enrich the analysis and present diverse perspectives. One teacher is white, one is African American, and one is a lesbian who has come out to her students and colleagues. In different ways the three teachers face the challenges of teaching, establishing rules, developing relationships, and working to transform the curriculum. Their classrooms provide a context for the rethinking of contemporary issues, complex educational problems, and promising ideas for teaching practice. Both experienced teachers and student teachers will find these studies sources for reflection and inspiration.
Kochanek links the growth of trust with positive outcomes that benefit schools, such as increased participation, greater openness to innovations, boosts in parent outreach, and higher academic productivity.
Web of Deceit is predicated upon the notion that no matter how safe, close-knit a family may be, anyone is a potential target for cyber-stalking. The story focuses on a loving, supportive, middleclass family that have recently moved to a new city for the father's professional opportunities as a computer consultant. The story centers on the fifteen year-old daughter Annette, who, struggling to adjust to a new city, unknowingly invites an on-line predator into her family's life. The stalking intensifies quickly from Internet communication to psychological and physical warfare. As the threats escalate, Annette struggles with the dilemma of confiding in her parents and friends, all of who have previously warned her of the potential harm that may arise from surfing the Internet. The stalker's intentions grow more threatening, and clues of his life unfold forcing Annette to face her worst fears and ultimately decide her own fate.
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This expanded edition of Teach Me! has a new chapter that guides teachers on how to work with urban students to enrich their education.
Teaching at Public School 1430 in New York City is where Cheryl Hulteen discovered and refined the heart of her teaching, "Prior to PS 1430 I taught the same way I had been taught. The teacher speaks to the students and they listen somewhat attentively. The teacher tells students to do something and for the most part they do it. In many classrooms I worked in before PS 1430, the teachers led the class in a "Good morning Ms. H" sing-song chant as greeting to me, the new teacher, the Resident Artist. None of those things happened at PS 1430. I had to... improvise." Hulteen shares how she improvised new, humorous and powerful ways of understanding what it meant to learn, teach and embrace change in an educational culture that often settled for much less. YES YES GOOD explores the poignantly compelling and emotional portraits of students and teachers who learn to: Say YES to their creativity and ideas. Say YES to the creativity and ideas of the people they work with.
Vol. 1-32 includes List of members.

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