LEARNING TO LISTEN LEARNING TO CARE

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Learning To Listen Learning To Care

Author : Lawrence E. Shapiro
ISBN : 9781572245983
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 46.89 MB
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A workbook with forty activities designed to help children learn self-control and empathy.
Category: Family & Relationships

Learning To Listen Learning To Teach

Author : Jane Vella
ISBN : 9780470369487
Genre : Education
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In this updated version of her landmark book Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach, celebrated adult educator Jane Vella revisits her twelve principles of dialogue education with a new theoretical perspective gleaned from the discipline of quantum physics. Vella sees the path to learning as a holistic, integrated, spiritual, and energetic process. She uses engaging, personal stories of her work in a variety of adult learning settings, in different countries and with different educational purposes, to show readers how to utilize the twelve principles in their own practice with any type of adult learner, anywhere.
Category: Education

On Teaching And Learning

Author : Jane Vella
ISBN : 9780787986995
Genre : Education
File Size : 82.93 MB
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On Teaching and Learning takes the ideas explored in renowned educator Jane Vella’s best-selling book Learning to Listen, Learning to Teach to the next level and explores how dialogue education has been applied in educational settings around the world. Throughout the book, she shows how to put the principles and practices of dialogue education into action and uses illustrative stories and examples from her extensive travels. Dialogue education values inquiry, integrity, and commitment to equity—values that are also central to democracy. Learners are treated as beings worthy of respect, recognized for the knowledge and experience they bring to the learning experience. Dialogue education emphasizes the importance of safety and belonging. It is an approach that welcomes one’s certainties and one’s questions.
Category: Education

The Lost Art Of Listening

Author : Michael P. Nichols
ISBN : 9781593859862
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 26.22 MB
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This perennial bestseller has already helped many thousands of readers resolve conflicts and transform their relationships with family members, romantic partners, colleagues, and friends. Experienced therapist Michael P. Nichols explains why we often feel cut off from those we care about and provides easy-to-learn techniques for really hearing and being heard. Thoughtful, witty, and empathic, the book is filled with vivid examples that readers of all ages and walks of life can relate to. The revised second edition features practical exercises for building key skills, plus a new chapter on listening to kids and teens.
Category: Psychology

Learning To Care

Author : Robert Wuthnow
ISBN : 9780198025900
Genre : Social Science
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Urgent calls have gone forth--from the White House and Congress, from schools, churches, synagogues, and other agencies--for Americans to become more involved in caring for the needy and in serving their communities. And as federal and state governments across the nation cut back on aid to the poor and disabled, the role of volunteerism can only grow in importance. But how can we inspire caring behavior in our young when so many adults seem indifferent to the problems of the needy, when many problems (such as homelessness) seem beyond individual effort, and when agencies often come under fire for ineffectiveness if not corruption? Drawing on deeply moving personal accounts from young people who have become involved in community service, as well as on data from recent national surveys, Learning to Care looks at why teenagers become involved in volunteer work, what problems and pressures they face, and what we can do to nurture caring in our youth. Robert Wuthnow's intimate interviews bring to life the stories of high school student volunteers, teenagers such as Tanika Lane, a freshman who works with Literacy Education and Direction (LEAD), a job-training program for inner-city kids, and Amy Stone, a homecoming queen and student-body president at a suburban southern school who organizes rallies for AIDS awareness. Through these profiles, Wuthnow shows that caring is not innate but learned, in part from the spontaneous warmth of family life, and in part from finding the right kind of volunteer work. He contends that volunteers' sense of service is shaped by what they find in school service clubs, in shelters for the homeless, in working with AIDS victims, or in tutoring inner-city children. And Wuthnow also argues that the best environment to nurture the helping impulse is the religious setting, where in fact the great bulk of volunteering in America takes place. In these organizations, as well as in schools and community agencies, teenagers can find the role models and moral incentives that will instill a sense of service that they can then carry into their adult life. Robert Wuthnow is one of our leading commentators on religious life in America, the author of Acts of Compassion, which was nominated for both a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award. Learning to Care, the sequel to that highly acclaimed volume, offers an eye-opening (and somewhat reassuring) portrait of volunteerism among America's youth, as it helps lay the groundwork for teaching our children to care.
Category: Social Science

Learning To Care For A Horse

Author : Felicia Lowenstein Niven
ISBN : 0766031969
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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"Readers will learn how to choose a horse and care for a horse, from what kind of horse is best for them and how long they live"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Body Work In Health And Social Care

Author : Julia Twigg
ISBN : 9781444345841
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 72.25 MB
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The first book to fully explore the multiple ways in which body work features in health and social care and the meanings of this work both for those employed to do it and those on whose bodies they work. Explores the commonalities between different sectors of work, including those outside health and social care Contributions come from an international range of experts Draws on perspectives from across the medical, therapeutic, and care fields Incorporates a variety of methodological approaches, from life history analysis to ethnographic studies and first person accounts
Category: Social Science

The Student Nurse Handbook E Book

Author : Bethann Siviter
ISBN : 9780702047916
Genre : Medical
File Size : 72.45 MB
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This book is an indispensable guide on how to get into and survive a pre-registration nursing course. With an immensely readable style this book inspires and encourages students to complete their course and become a nurse. Case studies and quotes from students and nurses show readers that their thoughts and feelings are shared by others - this validation will reduce stress and anxiety and give credibility Humour and cartoons make the text readable and fun to use Hints, tips and practical advice encourage the ‘flagging’ student Appendices list other useful resources, contact details for organisations and websites The two-colour design makes it attractive to use Fully updated in line with changes in nursing practice e.g. the revised NMC Code of Professional Conduct, the Disability Discrimination Act, Agenda for Change and the Knowledge and Skills Framework, Essence of Care. Expanded section on nursing models More help with drug dosage calculations to assist students in developing their numeric skills. More on help on writing assignments and how to use research, including applications to practice Expanded appendices on children’s nursing and mental health branches. Template forms to assist with course applications, planning assignments and a check list for placements
Category: Medical

Advanced Health And Social Care

Author : Neil Moonie
ISBN : 0435455893
Genre : Medical care
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This student textbook matches the mandatory units and key skills of the GNVQ in Health and Social Care qualification, advanced level. This revised edition contains information on key areas. Chapters and sub-chapters match the headings in the AVCE specifications, to ensure students find their way easily through the book. Every chapter contains case studies about real organizations, so that students can see how the theory they are learning is used every day in the real world.
Category: Medical care

Bedside Stories A Journey Built By Patients

Author : Terry Hannan
ISBN : 1976817374
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This short book documents a series of unique interpersonal human encounters between a physician Dr Terry Hannan and his patients. These encounters have occurred over a period of more than forty-five years of direct patient care as a physician in Internal Medicine and an interspersed 12-year interval as a Palliative Care physician. This personal journey highlights the profound depths of human encounters that can occur during the distress of people being unwell-physical disease or dis-ease (the latter describing those who have the physical manifestations of severe stress). The verbal and physical release from short or long-term inner torment has not only a profound effect on the patient (often healing) but also on those at the bedside who were willing to 'listen and read the signs'.The ability to 'listen' and allow the sufferer to be at ease with their clinical state is inherently a learnt process and at no stage in the medical professional's life does it become easier. It becomes an art only when the listener becomes at ease with their own humanity and their individual limitations. Quite often this intimate listening involves confronting one's own death or loss as well as that occurring in the patient. Why I as a physician have been able to be the conduit for the people in this book (and others I have treated) I cannot fully explain. I do know that I am more at ease with the tasks involved because those whose lives I touched also provided me with healing and eased my journey through life.While writing these words I am reminded of a personal incident as junior doctor in the 1970s when I was less wise and obviously did not recognize aspects of my own self. In an old army style open ward hospital, I was communicating with a patient when an elderly Greek man across the ward beckoned me to come and he said, "You are like the great Greek physician Asclepius (or Asklepios) because of your ability to listen." I hope I have fulfilled his definition of me.Dr Terry J. Hannan
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