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Finding A Voice While Learning To Teach

Author : Derek Featherstone
ISBN : 9781135711924
Genre : Education
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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Education

Feedback For Learning

Author : Susan Askew
ISBN : 9781134558087
Genre : Education
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Teachers may be surrounded by feedback and involved in it every day, but the notion is poorly analysed and poorly used. Feedback for Learning provides an important collection of contributions to the highly topical theme of feedback to support learning. The book spans three major areas which affect all teachers: *young people's learning *teachers' learning *organisational learning. The authors critically examine the assumption that feedback necessarily has positive learning outcomes and describe models and practices which are more likely to result in effective learning at the individual, group and organisational level.
Category: Education

Finding A Voice

Author : Mike Royston
ISBN : 0748733736
Genre : English literature
File Size : 90.37 MB
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This resource can be used alongside any text or course as it offers approaches to literature and non-fiction that are not text or board specific. It includes an extensive range of ideas and activities to enhance individual and group work. The book covers all aspects of A-Level and Higher specifications. Includes examples of exam preparation, real students' answers and help with essay plans.
Category: English literature

I Ve Got Something To Say

Author : David Booth
ISBN : 9781551382890
Genre : Education
File Size : 21.88 MB
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Inspire your students to get involved in their own learning by giving them a voice in determining, organizing, structuring, and responding to what is happening in the classroom. This thoughtful book offers practical strategies to engage students in dialogue and discussion of all types, as well as collaborative and cooperative classroom events.
Category: Education

Narrative And Experience In Multicultural Education

Author : JoAnn Phillion
ISBN : 9781452237787
Genre : Education
File Size : 27.47 MB
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Narrative and Experience in Multicultural Education explores the untapped potential that narrative and experiential approaches have for understanding multicultural issues in education. The research featured in the book reflects an exciting new way of thinking about human experience. The studies focus on the lives of students, teachers, parents, and communities, highlighting experiences seldom discussed in the literature. Most importantly, the work emphasizes the understanding of experience and transforming this understanding into social and educational significance.
Category: Education

A Glimpse Of The Kingdom In Academia

Author : Irene Alexander
ISBN : 9781621895398
Genre : Religion
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University is a major way that our society prepares professionals and leaders in education, health, government, business, arts, church--all components of our communal lives. Although the beginnings of the first universities were Christian, academia has become more and more adrift from these foundations. We have lost not only the union, the interwovenness of theological and academic understandings, but also the relational and communal process of learning which teaches students to be other-centered in their practice. A Glimpse of the Kingdom in Academia tells the story of the social sciences department of a small Christian university that took seriously the mandate to prepare their students to be salt and light in a secular society. Here are stories of the transformation in students' lives, as well as description of classroom practices, and the epistemological theory behind those practices. The book explores academic knowing, Christian worldview, relational epistemology, inner knowing, and wisdom--all ways of knowing that a Christian university should teach. The process of transformation, the context of community, and the bigger picture of life's journey and changing images of God are identified as important aspects of kingdom life in academia. The institutional setting is also critiqued with the recognition that power practices need to align with the kingdom of the Christ who emptied himself.
Category: Religion

Take The Lead

Author : Michelle M. Miller
ISBN : 9781477142011
Genre : Self-Help
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A BREAKTHROUGH, PROACTIVE LEADERSHIP SERIES FOR GIRLS WITH DREAMS! Every girl has a dream, something only you can do. How will you navigate life changes? Will you rise above the pack and take the lead? Do you have the audacity to believe in and realize your dreams? Growing up brings waves of change. Every girl faces uncertainties about herself and her dreams. Take the Lead is an uncommon, self-help message for girls to take responsibility for their dreams and come into full ownership of their life. In this breakthrough, proactive leadership series, drawing on her own story of taking the lead at a young age, Life-Coach and Leadership Expert, Michelle M. Miller, invites girls on an amazing voyage of self-discovery. Using Coaching insight, she challenges girls to believe in the impossible, create the incredible and achieve the unthinkable. You Will Learn: - Awareness & Esteem Power of Dreams Building Your Best Self Goals & Decisions Mindful Media Proactive Leadership Take the lead. Every dream you realize, begins with you and what you believe is possible. You are your own possibilities!
Category: Self-Help

Understanding African Philosophy

Author : Richard H. Bell
ISBN : 9781135948658
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Philosophy

Embody

Author : Connie Sobczak
ISBN : 9780936077819
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 55.38 MB
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Embody: A Guide to Celebrating Your Unique Body (and quieting that critical voice!) brings to life the work of The Body Positive, a non-profit organization founded in 1996 by Connie Sobczak and Elizabeth Scott, LCSW. This book’s message is rooted in the philosophy that people inherently possess the wisdom necessary to make healthy choices and to live in balance. It emphasizes that self-love, acceptance of genetic diversity in body size, celebration of the unique beauty of every individual, and intuitive self-care are fundamental to achieving good physical and emotional health. It encourages readers to shift their focus away from ineffective, harmful weight-loss efforts towards improving and sustaining positive self-care behaviors. Initial research indicates that this work significantly improves people’s ability to regulate eating, decreases depression and anxiety, and increases self-esteem—all critical resources that promote resiliency against eating and body image problems. Embody guides readers step-by-step through the five core competencies of the Body Positive’s model: Reclaim Health, Practice Intuitive Self-Care, Cultivate Self-Love, Declare Your Own Authentic Beauty, and Build Community. These competencies are fundamental skills anyone can practice on a daily basis to honor their innate wisdom and take good care of their whole selves because they are motivated by self-love and appreciation. Rather than dictating a prescriptive set of rules to follow, readers are guided through patient, mindful inquiry to find what works uniquely in their own lives to bring about—and sustain—positive self-care changes and a peaceful relationship with their bodies. Through workshops, lectures, and leadership trainings, Sobczak and Scott have helped thousands of people of all sizes, ages, sexual orientations, genders, ethnicities, and socioeconomic levels to lead healthier and more meaningful lives by learning how to cherish their unique bodies—no small task given today’s barrage of thin images and emphasis on dieting. Embody offers practical tools as well as personal stories to bring Sobczak and Scott’s work into one’s own life. It is a resource that can be read cover to cover as well as revisited time again while moving through the inevitable changes that come with personal growth. A lifeboat in the sea of messages that demean the bodies of both men and women, Embody is a safe haven for all.
Category: Self-Help