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The Missing Link

Author : Steve Heisler
ISBN : 9781610489676
Genre : Education
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The Missing Link was written to help professional educators (as well as parents and others) employ straight-forward ways to teach success skills without adding to the enormous burdens they already shoulder. This book is a guide to teaching critical success skills in powerful ways by infusing them into the curriculum that is already in place.
Category: Education

Handbook Of Research On Critical Thinking Strategies In Pre Service Learning Environments

Author : Mariano, Gina J.
ISBN : 9781522578246
Genre : Education
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Learning strategies for critical thinking are a vital part of today’s curriculum as students have few additional opportunities to learn these skills outside of school environments. Therefore, it is of utmost importance for pre-service teachers to learn how to infuse critical thinking skill development in every academic subject to assist future students in developing these skills. The Handbook of Research on Critical Thinking Strategies in Pre-Service Learning Environments is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of critical thinking that highlights ways to effectively use critical thinking strategies and implement critical thinking skill development into courses. While highlighting topics including deep learning, metacognition, and discourse analysis, this book is ideally designed for educators, academicians, researchers, and students.
Category: Education

Be A Modern Teacher With Emotional Intelligence

Author : Alozie Eugene Iheanyi (Fr)
ISBN : 9781504988841
Genre : Education
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In the past ten years of pastoral vocation as a Catholic Priest, I have dedicated not less than eight years in apostolates intrinsically tied to mentoring of young people and classroom teaching. After completing my bachelor’s degree; I worked for six years as a secondary school principal in Nigeria before I received the call to come over to Europe for the continuation of my ministerial experience and learning. In all these years, both from studies and in practical experience, I have realized that education is meant to enhance the lives of people and improve them. In the course of researching for my Master’s degree, I became aware of the concept of emotional intelligence. I saw in it an apt and timely addendum to the entire course of research and to educational research in particular. The fact is that human life, its reality and goals is the very context inside which learning should be done and for which learning is done. This is what makes education have meaning and determines its usefulness, and it is only in this context that we can say that education prepares one for life and its challenges. Directly or indirectly, emotional intelligence makes a contribution to preparation for living in the modern world. Educational enterprise is not exclusive to the activities that take place within the four walls of a formal classroom. I accept the educational learning theory which says that learning is everywhere for a conscious mind, though it always needs to be tuned and guided. In fact there are a huge number of para-teachers, such as parents, coaches, mentors, pastors, inspirers, trainers and leaders, who do not know the extent to which their day-to-day teachings and drilling of others affect the psychology of society at large. This is because the teaching, mentoring and coaching of such para-teachers influences the emotional intelligence of their followers and learners, most often in a positive way. Emotional intelligence was a ground-breaking theory developed by Daniel Goleman, not only on to teach how best to teach and inspire, but also to make an important link between the learning achievement of the classroom and success in real life situations. This is called knowledge transfer in education.
Category: Education

Discretionary Behavior And Performance In Educational Organizations

Author : Ibrahim Duyar
ISBN : 9781780526430
Genre : Education
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Examines discretionary behavior/performance, phenomenon for educational organizations to be effective in responding to the complex expectations of the 21st century. This title refers to the employee behavior that is not directly or explicitly recognized by the formal reward system, and in the aggregate promotes the functioning of the organization.
Category: Education

Grassroots With Readings The Writer S Workbook

Author : Susan Fawcett
ISBN : 9781133169987
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Using her unique M-A-P approach (Model-Analysis-Practice), Susan Fawcett's books have guided hundreds of thousands of students through the writing process, from foundations of grammar, mechanics, and spelling, through writing clear sentences and well-organized paragraphs. Her inductive approach; plentiful, high-interest student models and practices; and contemporary readings engage and motivate students. This edition of GRASSROOTS features improved grammar coverage and emphasizes proofreading, with a new Chapter 6 that teaches specific proofreading strategies and shows students how to recognize their personal error patterns, track, and correct them. Every subsequent chapter offers a proofing strategy for the concept being taught. Full-color illustrations, including 45 photos, cartoons, and artworks, plus a new design, help students visualize and understand key concepts. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Missing Link

Author : Forrest P. Chisman
ISBN : CORNELL:31924082751912
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

The Missing Piece Developing Opportunities Through Social Emotional Learning To Support Student Success

Author : Rosa Letiya Ann Johnson
ISBN : 1369843410
Genre : Educational leadership
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Research indicates that social emotional learning (SEL) is an important aspect of child mental health development that should be embedded and sustained in pedagogy and curriculum instruction in schools and extended education programs. There is a strong link between academic performance and social-emotional skills (Buchanan, Gueldner, Tran, & Merrell, 2009; Durlak, Weissberg, Dymnicki, Taylor, & Schellinger, 2011; Kress & Elias, 2013). Student behavior is an important aspect of academic success and the overall atmosphere of the classroom, since relationships and emotional processes affect how and what is learned (Durlak, et al.). Research reveals that thirty percent of students engage in high-risk behaviors, such as: substance abuse, sex, violence, depression, and attempted suicide (Durlak, et al.).
Category: Educational leadership

The Missing Link

Author : Ellen Meyers
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132349478
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