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Kindness And Respect

Author : Charlie J Richardson
ISBN : 0578715635
Genre : Education
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Kindness and Respect is a manual of practical, proven methods for building a healthy, resilient, and engaged community of learners.Packed full of activities, this book offers educators, administrators, and organizational leaders a reference guide for supporting students and staff in developing personal and collaborative skills. Facilitators can learn how to create space for participants to engage in effective communication patterns, build relationships, practice decision making, collaborate, reflect, process, and adapt.Kieve Wavus Education has used the experiential model to help young people learn, practice, and reflect on these life skills for decades. In this volume, KWE strives to positively impact the lives of even more young people by offering our approach and curriculum to a wider audience.Kindness and Respect is an accessible guide and resource that will benefit people of all ages--and their classrooms, schools, and workplaces.
Category: Education

Pedagogies Of Kindness And Respect

Author : Paul Lee Thomas
ISBN : 1433127008
Genre : Affective education
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"Pedagogies of Kindness and Respect" presents a wide variety of concepts from scholars and practitioners who discuss pedagogies of kindness, an alternative to the no excuses ideology now dominating the way that children are raised and educated in the U.S. today. The fields of education, and especially early childhood education, include some histories and perspectives that treat those who are younger with kindness and respect. This book demonstrates an informed awareness of this history and the ways that old and new ideas can counter current conditions that are harmful to both those who are younger and those who are older, while avoiding the reconstitution of the romantic, innocent child who needs to be saved by more advanced adults. Two interpretations of the upbringing of children are investigated and challenged, one suggesting that the poor do not know how to raise their children and thus need help, while the other looks at those who are privileged and therefore know how to nurture their young. These opposing views have been discussed and problematized for more than thirty years. "Pedagogies of Kindness and Respect" investigates the issue of why this circumstance has continued and even worsened today.
Category: Affective education

I Treat Myself With Kindness And Respect

Author : S.o. Good
ISBN : 1545251487
Genre :
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The Best Choice of Journals to Write In! The cover has an inspirational quote to keep you writing for weeks at a time. This 100-page lined notebook is perfect for journaling. It's 6 inches wide by 9 inches high, leaving plenty of room for writing your personal experiences, poetry, quotations and so much more while easily carrying it in your purse, pocket or backpack. Every page is lightly decorated with a grayscale splash graphic.
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Granny Puckerlips

Author : Rick Gales
ISBN : 9781490804361
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Granny Puckerlips is no ordinary granny. Moved by conviction to do the right thing, Granny’s adventures begin when her old-school upbringing meets the local street culture. Though familiar to her grandkids, Emanuel and Hanna, Granny does her best to embrace a generation much different from her own. Exploring the whacky and unique world of her new homie friends, Granny shows kindness and respect toward others even when uncomfortable. Where Granny goes, whacky and outrageous things begin to happen, but Granny always reminds us of good manners and her timeless values.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Roar Behind The Silence

Author : Sheena Byrom
ISBN : 1780661800
Genre : Family & Relationships
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For many years there has been growing concern about the culture of fear that is penetrating maternity services throughout the world, and that the fear felt by maternity care workers is directly and indirectly being transferred to the women and families they serve. The consequences of fear includes increased risk of defensive practice, where the woman and her family become potential enemies to those providing her care. In addition, the prevailing risk management and 'tick box' culture in maternity services encourages maternity workers to give priority to the records instead of the childbearing woman. These factors contribute to the dissatisfaction felt by those using and providing maternity services, and the apparent lack of kindness and respect. There is however increasing evidence that kindness, compassion and mutual respect improves efficiency, effectiveness, experience and staff morale within healthcare settings. The Roar Behind the Silence provides information, inspiration and practical suggestions to support maternity care workers, policy makers, and maternity care funders across the world in their quest to deliver sensitive, compassionate and high quality maternity services. The book highlights examples of good practice, and practical tools for making change happen, using evidence and stories where appropriate. Edited by Sheena Byrom and Soo Downe, with contributions by Hana Ruth Abel, Maria Helena Bastos, Dean Beaumont, Dianne Bowser, Anna Byrom, Sheena Byrom, Penny Campling, Michael Clift, Hannah Dahlen, Raymond de Vries, Soo Downe, Ngai Fen Cheung, Julie Frohlich, Kathryn Guttridge, Jennifer Hall, Shelagh Heneghan, Milli Hill, Billie Hunter, Mavis Kirkham, Mande Limbu, Amali Lokugamage, Kerstin Uvnas Moberg, Mercedes Perez-Botella, Gill Phillips, Elizabeth Prochaska, Progress Theatre Group, Rineke Schram, Anna Ternovszky, Lucie Warren and Robin Youngson.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Animal Rights Movement In America

Author : Lawrence Finsen
ISBN : UOM:39015032522172
Genre : Philosophy
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Explains the philosophy of the animal rights movement, looks at its origins, and discusses current issues and future trends
Category: Philosophy

Caring For Someone You Love With Kindness Love And Respect

Author : Suzanne Elise Abels
ISBN : 1506908713
Genre : Family & Relationships
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My nonfiction, self-help book, Caring for Someone You Love, deals with helping my father during the last year of his life. Healthy and active all his life, Dad suddenly took a fall at age 80 that resulted in a downward spiral that rendered this fiercely independent man suddenly dependent. Caring for Someone You Love, is the story of how this affected both of us. It is a story of love and adjustment and lessons learned, a personal story with broad implications at a time when our older population is larger than ever before in history. With more than 40 million Americans 65 and older, countless sons and daughters will one day find themselves in my position. My father's end of life was an inspiration to me. It is my hope this book will be an inspiration to others. I am also the author of an earlier book, Kindness on a Budget, which illustrates the gifts of being kind daily, both for the giver and the receiver alike. I am an experienced promoter, having discussed Kindness on a Budget on numerous radio shows and as a featured guest speaker before various organizations.Suzanne Elise Abels, M.S., is the mother of 3 dynamic children: Zachary, Haley and Riley. Her husband of 30 years, Peter, is her anchor in life. This book began as a coping mechanism following her father's near-fatal fall in April 2016. She promised him she'd see it through. They shook on it. Suzie's first book, "Kindness on a Budget," illustrates the outsized impact of subtle, daily generosities of spirit. Suzanne lives in southern California, where she enjoys, hiking, Yoga, and gardening.Keywords: Family Relationships, Illness, Elderly Parents, Healthcare, Assisted Living, Care Giving, Inspiration, Kindness, Love, Respect, Positivity
Category: Family & Relationships

Caring For Someone You Love

Author : Suzanne Elise Abels,M.S.
ISBN : 9781506906027
Genre : Family & Relationships
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My nonfiction, self-help book, Caring for Someone You Love, deals with helping my father during the last year of his life. Healthy and active all his life, Dad suddenly took a fall at age 80 that resulted in a downward spiral that rendered this fiercely independent man suddenly dependent. Caring for Someone You Love, is the story of how this affected both of us. It is a story of love and adjustment and lessons learned, a personal story with broad implications at a time when our older population is larger than ever before in history. With more than 40 million Americans 65 and older, countless sons and daughters will one day find themselves in my position. My father's end of life was an inspiration to me. It is my hope this book will be an inspiration to others. I am also the author of an earlier book, Kindness on a Budget, which illustrates the gifts of being kind daily, both for the giver and the receiver alike. I am an experienced promoter, having discussed Kindness on a Budget on numerous radio shows and as a featured guest speaker before various organizations. Keywords: Family Relationships, Illness, Elderly Parents, Healthcare, Assisted Living, Care Giving, Inspiration, Kindness, Love, Respect, Positivity
Category: Family & Relationships

Kindness Book For Kids

Author : Sharon Shell
ISBN : 1671994957
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A fun Story To Teach Children The Act Of Kindness And To Respect Others Get to meet Sharon and how her act of kindness save her mother and baby Little things matter, and no matter how small the act of kindness is, it goes a long way to impact positively on the receiver. Childhood is the perfect time to teach children the values of kindness, gratitude, empathy and other social behaviours that shape the mind and make them interact well with others. This book inspires and encourages children to be kind and show respect to others. Also learn 14 things kind children do like: Know what to say when offered help or given a gift Know how to make someone smile on their special day Know to brighten your another family member's day Know how to surprise your neighbors Know how to be kind to everyone and remember "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted" GET A COPY OF THIS KINDNESS BOOK FOR ELEMENTARY KIDS TODAY CLICK THE ORDER BUTTON NOW
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An Ethics Primer For Children Honesty Kindness And Respect

Author : Anna Makris Sioles
ISBN : 0962089303
Genre : Family & Relationships
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It's TIME TO TEACH our children RIGHT from WRONG. If America is to be saved, we need a forthcoming generation strong in Ethics: Honest, Kindness & Respect. AN ETHICS PRIMER provides just that! A NO GLITZ, black & white book with cartoon-like illustrations. This book is intended to serve as an Ethical primer for children - to nurture honesty, kindness & respect. THE THOUGHT-PROVOKING SITUATIONS ARE TO BE USED AS A BASIS FOR DISCUSSION BETWEEN PARENT & CHILD OR TEACHER & STUDENT. The inherent beauty of this book is that it will enable the parent or teacher to also impart his or her own philosophical wisdom & experience to the child according to each situation. These ideals are fundamental to the survival of the universe & the dignity of man. To order: send $9.95 plus postage to Agatha Publishing, 83 Michael Rd., Stamford, CT. 06903; 203-329- 1790.
Category: Family & Relationships

Compassion And Respect

Author : John J. Mawhinney
ISBN : 9781725278042
Genre : Religion
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This book is primarily for a general audience of persons of good will, regardless of faith or non-faith, as well as for professionals who counsel others on the issues discussed. Written in a simple, straightforward language, it is meant to help people dialogue on acrimoniously divisive issues that divide and undermine our nation--such as abortion, family planning, contraception, in-vitro fertilization (IVF), and LGBTQ issues--through respectful dialogue in public forums (small or large) by searching for mediating middle ground compromises, just as trade and peace negotiators do. No one in the dialogue may be satisfied with the concessions they have to make but they can at least live with them until better solutions are found. Those engaging in such dialogue must be open to understanding where others are coming from, and be respectful of the good-faith consciences of others, and avoiding passing laws that would the consciences of others.
Category: Religion

Take Care A Guide For Showing Empathy Compassion And Respect For Ourselves And Others

Author : Tosca Killoran
ISBN : 0991885481
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This inspiring book encourages positive behavior as children learn the importance of showing empathy, compassion, kindness and respect. These fun sock monkeys help children learn to care about themselves, their family and friends, their school, their community and their world. Free resources that complement this book (including IB Learner Profile posters) are available at http: //www.ed-ucation.ca/caring.html To order class sets, grade level sets, or school sets, visit the Bookstore at www.ED-ucation.c
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The Business Case For Kindness

Author : Cherie Crim
ISBN : 1946384755
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What it means to be a leader in today's workplace has drastically changed. What we allowed just 10 years ago, within the "command and control" business model, is not working today. And it's certainly not going to work in the future. Our diverse, multi-generational workforce wants inclusion, equity, and equality. They want all forms of discrimination and bullying to stop. They will no longer tolerate microaggressions, unequal pay, and harassment (including the unending world of sexual harassment). They are tired of "human" resources not helping them and then gaslighting them when they speak up. Where we are right now, in the workplace and as a country, is not pretty. Too many bad behaviors, driven by greed, hate, and fear, have been tolerated for too long. We are at a pivotal point in our history and in how businesses will be run in the future. One thing is certain--kindness is the key to the future. The Business Case for Kindness introduces a new business model--grounded in kindness, respect, and trust (KRT). This new model has the ability to transform a business, a leader, and a team. It also has the ability to make our world a better place. In this book you will be presented with data, history, and case studies to help you implement the KRT model. You will learn the must have leadership skills in order to thrive in today's workplace and in the workplace of the future. And you will be presented with results-driven examples of how the KRT model can impact your company's bottom line. (Hint: It's always positive!) This book is the blueprint for the future of business. Are you ready to dive in and make real, lasting change?
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Empathy Kindness Respect

Author : GetThread Journals
ISBN : 1790107709
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MINIMALIST AND STYLISH JOURNAL Whether for your desk at home, your work or in your bag on the go this professionally designed 6x9 notebook provides the perfect platform for you to record your thoughts. This Journals pre-lined pages are ready and waiting to be filled. DETAILS: 120 Blank Lined White Pages Simple Stylish Typographic Cover Art DIMENSIONS: 6x9 inches PERFECT FOR: Everyday Dairy Personal Journal Wedding Planning Work Lists Creative Doodles College Planning
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Kindness

Author : Iness Ivon
ISBN : 9798620230105
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Kindness This wonderful book will explain to your child what goodness is. All these colors will fascinate the child. Teach kindness and respect from an early age. Specifications: Cover Finish: Glossy Dimensions: 8.5x8.5 (21,59x21,59 cm) Pages: 24
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Kindness Respect Happiness Attitude Optimism Giving Journals To Write In For Women Lined Journal Notebook Diary 110 Pages 6 X 9

Author : Rose Miller
ISBN : 1090163916
Genre : Self-Help
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kindness Respect Happiness Attitude Optimism Giving is Journals to Write in for Women Lined Journal, Notebook, Diary 110 Pages, 6 x 9 for write, drawing or jotting down favorite quotations or poems, and whatever you want to unlock it to reflect and record your identi
Category: Self-Help

Cultivating Kindness In School

Author : Ric Stuecker
ISBN : UVA:X004772391
Genre : Education
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Grades 1-8. This new training program, which includes 72 classroom and schoolwide activities, is built around Three Basic Rules: being kind to ourselves, being kind to one another, and being kind to this space; and The Kindness Pledge: seeking to be positive, putting down put-downs, honoring our differences, discovering our similarities, healing our hurts, listening to one another, honoring heroes, reaching higher for success, and living our dreams. During the program, students are rewarded and recognized for their acts of kindness. Cultivating Kindness promotes a positive school environment, lowers tension among groups, decreases the number of disciplinary reports, and teaches students the social skills they need to be successful adults.
Category: Education