TEACHING THE WORLD

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Teaching The World S Children

Author : Mary Ashworth
ISBN : 0887511120
Genre : Education
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The language young children use is the language they learn. In clear, practical terms, this primer explains how early childhood educators and primary teachers can support the efforts of non-English speaking children in nursery schools, day care centres and classrooms to use -- and learn -- English as a second language. Loaded with ideas and down-to-earth advice from two highly experienced and internationally renowned ESL experts, it's an essential guide to developing a sensitive, welcoming program for all of the world's children.
Category: Education

Teaching The World

Author : N. Merrill Distad
ISBN : 9781551950129
Genre : Textbooks
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This book catalogues an exhibition of textbooks by authors from the University of Alberta. Each finished textbook contains its own story of challenges and victories. And each has its own power as a record of knowledge, a teaching tool, and an object of permanence and beauty.
Category: Textbooks

Teaching The World To Shell Peas

Author : Rev. R. L. Phillips
ISBN : 9781468566116
Genre : Social Science
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Surely, God did not allow African Americans to experience oppression for over four hundred years just for us to dwell in an exclusive neighborhood, acquire material possessions, attain middle class status, or be a famous black first. African Americans are not in America to imitate our white brothers and sisters. Our situation is unique. We are insiders and outsiders, Americans and of African descent, free and unfree. We are a split people seeking wholeness. By bringing new insights into the life of African Americans, Rev. Phillips uses a number of case studies of his former high school students to reveal the severity of the split in the life of the students and their community at large. He contends that if we do not attain true wholeness, our unresolved conflicts would harm us psychologically and spiritually, which in turn could detrimentally affect us socially, politically and economically. Many have already become hopeless and mentally challenged. Our educational and social problems are troublesome. Despite our progress in America, many are still experiencing a meaningless life and are seeking answers. How can one attain wholeness in a materialistic and black phobic world? Rev. Phillips takes us on an engaging journey to discover the answer.
Category: Social Science

Teaching The Global Dimension

Author : David Hicks
ISBN : 9781134137800
Genre : Education
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Teaching the Global Dimension specifically responds to concerns such as inequality, justice, environment and conflict in chapters written by leading educationalists in the field. It explores both the theory and practice of ‘global education’ today and provides: a framework for understanding global issues a model identifying the key elements of good practice insight into young people’s concerns for the world and the future tried and tested strategies for handling controversial global issues more confidently in the classroom key concepts for planning appropriate learning experiences a range of case studies which demonstrate the different ways in which a global dimension can be developed. Inspiring, thought-provoking and highly practical, this book shows how teachers at any stage in their career can effectively and successfully bring a global dimension to the taught curriculum.
Category: Education

Teaching The World

Author : Gabriel Etzel
ISBN : 9781433691607
Genre : Education
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More and more seminaries, Christian universities, and Bible colleges are opting to train future ministers and missionaries online. What happens when the movement toward online education is shaped by pragmatic or financial concerns instead of Scripture and theology? Ministry training can be reduced to a mere transfer of information as institutions lose sight of their calling to shape the souls of God-called men and women in preparation for effective ministry. How might online ministry training look different if biblical and theological foundations were placed first? Teaching the World brings together educators from a wide range of backgrounds and from some of the largest providers of online theological education in the world. Together, they present a revolutionary new approach to online theological education, highly practical and yet thoroughly shaped by Scripture and theology.
Category: Education

Teaching The World To Sleep

Author : David R. Lee
ISBN : 9780429919879
Genre : Psychology
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Sleep problems are ubiquitous in the modern world, significantly impacting on quality of life, mental health, and performance at work and at home. More significantly, sleep problems accompany almost every mental health condition and are a significant driver in the development and maintenance of poor mental health. This book describes the current state of knowledge on the science of sleep, covering the various forms of insomnia and parasomnia that abound, before discussing the variety of assessment and treatment options available to the healthcare practitioner. Further discussion of psychological and behavioural interventions is made with particular reference to a new, second-generation Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for insomnia, how this is an effective treatment modality, and how it can be applied with clients presenting with more complex physical and mental health conditions. The final chapter presents the range of theories as to the purpose and function of dreams and dreaming, and how 'dream-work' has been applied in the therapeutic setting.
Category: Psychology

Teaching The World To Read

Author : Frank Charles Laubach
ISBN : 1614274061
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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2013 Reprint of 1947 Edition. Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. Inhis book "Teaching the World to Read" you'll find explained Laubach's famed literacy program. Frank Laubach was sponsored to go to many countries and nations that had no written orthography for their spoken languages. He analyzed hitherto-unknown tribal sounds and their styles of speech with the goal of providing an alphabet for each tribe or nation. Then he would train teachers or leaders who soon taught their people how to read. He was known as "Apostle to illiterates." His program was called "Each One Teach one." A mystic and intellectual, he spent 40 years of his life empowering millions of the poorest, disenfranchised people in third world countries.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Lessons And Legacies Teaching The Holocaust In A Changing World

Author : Peter Hayes
ISBN : 081011562X
Genre : History
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Lessons and Legacies II focuses on matters unique to Holocaust education. Consisting of selected papers delivered at the second Lessons and Legacies conference in 1992, the volume is organized in three sections: Issues, Resources, and Applications.
Category: History

Growing Artists Teaching The Arts To Young Children

Author : Joan Bouza Koster
ISBN : 9781111302740
Genre : Education
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GROWING ARTISTS: TEACHING THE ARTS TO YOUNG CHILDREN, 5th Edition, provides early childhood educators with the theoretical framework, current brain research, and background knowledge needed to design creative arts activities for young children from infancy through the primary grades. Beautifully illustrated with children's artwork, it features a wealth of child-tested dramatic arts, music, dance, and visual art activities that nurture children's creativity. The creation of a safe, sensory-appealing arts program in which works created by diverse peoples and cultures are valued is emphasized throughout. Focus is also placed on where arts activities are integrated into a developmentally appropriate curriculum. Children's literature about the arts, and ideas for adapting arts activities for children with special needs, are integrated into each chapter. Chapters cover the creative process; artistic, aesthetic, and sensory development; anti-bias; and community-building arts activities. Emergent curriculum, thematic teaching, the project approach, and art appreciation activities are also included. Examples of teaching in action model how to be an enthusiastic and effective teacher of the arts process. This book provides a rich resource of ideas and approaches that will inspire all those who work with young children to explore the arts process with them. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Education

Teaching The Silk Road

Author : Jacqueline M. Moore
ISBN : 9781438431031
Genre : Education
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Advocating a global as opposed to a Eurocentric perspective in the college classroom, discusses why and how to teach about China’s Silk Road. The romance of the Silk Road journey, with its exotic locales and luxury goods, still excites the popular imagination. But study of the trade routes between China and central Asia that flourished from about 200 BCE to the 1500s can also greatly enhance contemporary higher education curricula. Indeed, with people, plants, animals, ideas, and beliefs traversing it, the Silk Road is both a metaphor of globalization and an early example of it. Teaching the Silk Road highlights the reasons to incorporate this material into a variety of courses and shares resources to facilitate that process. It is intended for those who are not Silk Road or Asian specialists but who wish to embrace a global history and civilizations perspective in teaching, as opposed to the more traditional approach that focuses on cultures in isolation. The book explores both classroom and experiential learning and is intentionally interdisciplinary. Each essay focuses on pedagogical strategies or themes that teachers can use to bring the Silk Road into the classroom. “Based on years of experience, the authors of Teaching the Silk Road offer sound strategies for both stand-alone courses on aspects of the route and mainstreaming what has been uncovered in three decades of research into existing courses in a variety of disciplines.” — H-Net Reviews (H-Asia) “This collection of essays and personal reflections allows the reader to listen in on a relaxed conversation on teaching the topic of the Silk Road. It offers a nice blueprint for integrating the Silk Road into new or existing curricula.” — J. Michael Farmer, author of The Talent of Shu: Qiao Zhou and the Intellectual World of Early Medieval Sichuan
Category: Education