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Everything I Need To Know About Teaching They Forgot To Tell Me

Author : Stacey Jarvis
ISBN : 9781483361697
Genre : Education
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The authors provide the new teacher with guidance and advice that is full of encouragement, humor, and practical ideas, all based on real first-year experiences.
Category: Education

Life Is Great

Author : Rabbi Yitz Wyne
ISBN : 9781465333001
Genre : Self-Help
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Happiness is the pleasure one feels when they appreciate that life is good. It is not a selfish or trivial pursuitit is a very, very important issue. Happier people make the world a better place. They treat themselves and others better. If everyone was happier, peoples marriages would be better, schools would be more effective, and the cost of health care would plummet. There would be a reduction in the size of our police forces, and man wouldnt require as many prisons and probably many armies would disband. Happiness is that powerful. Life Is GREAT!: Revealing the 7 Secrets to a More Joyful YOU! is especially written for the happy and the soon-to-be happier. Everyone benefits from you living a more joyful life. Studies show that happy people are healthier, live longer, make more money, and have more fulfilling relationships. Living joyfully is very attainable. All you need is the right combination of wisdom and skills in order to do this. This book will teach you how to become a happier person and will empower you to make the lives of others better as well. It will help you unlock the chains that are holding you back from living a happy, more productive life.
Category: Self-Help

Be Honest

Author : Nínive Calegari
ISBN : 9781595586865
Genre : Education
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Be Honest is the newest innovative publishing project from 826 National, the tutoring center founded by bestselling author Dave Eggers, now with branches in eight cities nationwide. Eggers’s co-founder Nínive Calegari, the former CEO of 826 National and a co-author of the bestselling Teachers Have It Easy, presents a riveting book full of surprising insights from young people who have a lot to say to their teachers. Be Honest presents the first-person stories of dozens of high school students from every ethnic group and financial bracket: a girl from an immigrant family is put in an ESL class even though her English is fluent; an African American boy talks about the social pressures that prevent him from asking his teacher for help; and a privileged private school student describes his transition to public school—and reports that he was able to learn more with the increased freedom it brought. Through these personal narratives, teachers and activists will learn an invaluable lesson: what the classroom looks like from the other side of the desk.
Category: Education


Author : D.J. Hoffman
ISBN : 9781477176863
Genre : Fiction
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I think everyone at times wishes they could be a child again and just play games like hide and seek. Not having to worry about what is going on with the world and what tomorrow will bring. I doubt what we were thinking about as children is the same as a boy named Devan. This story is about an incredible boy that is trying to understand the world around him and the changes within his world. Sometimes change can be good, but then again change can be a bad thing. -D. J. Hoffman
Category: Fiction

A Collection Of Words 1994 2004

Author : Freddy S. Zalta
ISBN : 9781420804768
Genre : Fiction
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Since 1994 Mr. Zalta has been writing and publishing short stories and writing a column for local New York magazines. In this collection we find Mr. Zalta's writing on growing up in Brooklyn within the suburban Jewish community. Highly acclaimed for his touching commentary on his life and the world he lives in; his work has been enjoyed throughout the world.
Category: Fiction

Remember The Wisdom That Progress Forgot

Author : Suresha Hill
ISBN : 9781626757929
Genre : Social Science
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Awe-inspiring tales from the ages for all ages told as if by the fireside with a grandmother or grandfather sharing secret pearls from heart to heart. See from their eyes, a life led by mysteries, by vision, by direct insight and by stories from their elders now passed on to you. A call from the sky, a song from the bird as a messenger from Beyond inviting us all to remember - to gather together once again in understanding of how it all weaves together in one great Tapestry. Key issues about sustainability and relating to the environment are discussed from a perspective that is fresh, although ancient. The diverse traditions of cultures near and far are shared with a focus on spirituality and how it shapes the society and its choices around education, rites of passage for all ages, caring for the earth and governing practices. Fascinating dimensions are peeled open from layers of life that usually remain secret or hidden from the uninitiated, and shown how they serve the health of the community. Elders, shaman, and medicine people from Africa, Bulgaria, Latvia, Africa, Papua New Guinea and several American tribes share stories, rituals, and personal journeys of how their way of life unfolded into the roles they now carry. It offers a different lens through which to view and experience life, along with an invitation to participate with them in celebrations, pilgrimages, rites of passage, and deep sharing.
Category: Social Science

Sowing Seeds Of Recovery

Author : Catherine Yack
ISBN : 9781449764890
Genre : Fiction
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In this powerful, life changing book, Catherine Yack now shares how she recovered from over two decades of drug and alcohol abuse, along with many other obstacles in her life. "I didn't do it alone. I've had many individuals in my life who have sown seeds in me, and it is the fruit of these seeds that I now pass on to others." Sowing Seeds of Recovery is not just about recovery from drugs or alcohol. It is about recovery from the pains and traumas of life. "Catherine Yack's book, Sowing Seeds of Recovery, ' shares timely truths and spiritual advice for this generation of believers. I believe this book is a must-read for anyone. Especially those who are navigating through the world of addiction and the drug culture. This book bridges gaps, with a common meeting ground for handling situations that come up in everyday life. It will also give anyone a starting place, or a restart on understanding Scripture and God's love." Steve Box, author of Meth = Sorcery, The Leviathan, and co-author of Life After Meth. Catherine Yack, in her book, shares the healing power from the "telling of the story," when reflected in testimony of God's love for us, while blending compassion from the Heart of God. Powerful book - powerful stories - foundational and complete. The reader is brought to a place of understanding that God is a God of relationship and we can "know" Him in a real way. The foundation of this book is based on the wisdom from the Word of God validating that the answers to life can be found in the Bible." Dr's Cinthia and Bill McFeature authors of "HeartPath Practitioner"
Category: Fiction