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Life Lessons For Educators

Author : Mary Ann Smialek
ISBN : 9781607099116
Genre : Education
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This book provides a timely master plan to lead educators through today's difficult times. It charts out a journey that doesn't cost any money and that will afford educators and those they are the closest to with a priceless opportunity to live happy lives even in times of great stress.

Your Best Life Now

Author : Joel Osteen
ISBN : 9781455588435
Genre : Religion
File Size : 77. 97 MB
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10th Anniversary Edition: Updated with New Chapter & Foreword Pastor Joel Osteen asks everyone to examine what he or she really believes. Why is this important? Because we will become what we believe. Our beliefs will prove either a barrier or vehicle as we strive to go higher, rise above our obstacles, and to live in health, abundance, and victory. In YOUR BEST LIFE NOW Osteen says, "I am what I am today because of what I believed about myself yesterday. And I will be tomorrow what I'm believing about myself right now. God sees us as more than conquerors, able to fulfill our destiny. We need to see ourselves through the eyes of our Creator." He says that our self-image should mirror exactly what God says about us, not what we feel or think. And he encourages readers to be people of faith, for if you can see the invisible, God will do the impossible.

Accidental Lessons

Author : David W. Berner
ISBN : 9781606933916
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 40. 38 MB
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In the middle of painful personal times, Chicago journalist Berner makes a decision that changes his life forever--he takes a job in a public school outside Chicago where the students are representations of society's "throw-aways."

Life Lessons

Author : Donnalynn Civello
ISBN : 9781483552279
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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There is a SECRET TO THE WAY LIFE WORKS... Are you ready to hear it? Life Lessons is a practical and inspiring guide to help you understand why things happen the way they do in life. You are NEVER being punished. You are NEVER a victim of your life. If it is happening in your life, it is because it is there to teach you something. And the sooner you can get that lesson, the sooner you can move on with your life. In clear and easy language, Donnalynn Civello, CHHC, AADP, Certified Intuitive Life Coach and Holistic Nutritionist helps you to understand the nature of life and the many life lessons that we encounter on a daily basis. Lessons that can explain: * Why did I lose that job? * Why did I lose that relationship? * Why does it seem like i have to go through difficult periods? * Why do other people seem to get ahead and i struggle? * Why does it seem so difficult to find happiness? * How do I know if i am living my purpose? * How can I recognize true love? Everything happens for a reason and when you can start to understand that there are some basic life lessons in place – you can better understand how to deal with life’s ups and downs more successfully and be able to turn them around to your advantage effortlessly. We will explore: – How to play the game of life – How to be who you are – Self-love, self-worth, self esteem – Relationships – Difficult transitions, letting go, change – Life lessons and patterns – Overcoming obstacles – Painful emotions – Money and abundance issues Life would be so much easier if we had learned some of these simple life lessons in Kindergarten. But with "Life Lessons: Everything You Ever Wished You Had Learned in Kindergarten," now you will have them. Time to live YOUR BEST LIFE!

Traveling Blind Life Lessons From Unlikely Teachers

Author : Laura Fogg
ISBN : 9780979715211
Genre : Education
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"I loaded up my huge pink ford with materials pillaged from the storeroom, borrowed a map of the county so I could find my scattered students, and set out to become a real teacher." In her remarkable memoir, Laura Fogg shares the unique life lessons she learned from the children she has worked with as a teacher of the visually impaired; lessons on patience, hope, doubt, loss, control, judgment and, ultimately, joy. With honesty and insight, Laura relates her experiences as an itinerant teacher in beautiful, rural Mendocino County. The abundant challenges and delights in her life's work are vividly portrayed with humor and tears and each child is seen for who he is--rather than for who he is not. Traveling Blind will bring you a deeper understanding of the struggles, perils and unexpected wonders of learning to negotiate this world without vision. Laura’s students reveal that blindness is a difficult and inconvenient condition, but one that does not have to rob people of their humanity, their intelligence or their zest for living. Parents, teachers, caregivers, all who love a child with a visual impairment or multiple handicaps, as well as those who have never even thought about blindness, will find stories that resonate in Traveling Blind. “Her explicit memory of experiences while learning to be an Orientation and Mobility Specialist are completely accurate, down to the street names where she learned to travel under blindfold. As Laura goes into what she taught students, and they taught her, she is in her element as a magnificent writer.” Dr. Phil Hatlen, Superintendent, Texas School for the Blind.

Life Lessons

Author : Melissa Benn
ISBN : 9781788732222
Genre : Education
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A radical agenda to make our education system fit for the twenty-first century Our education system has been damaged by politicians who have arrogantly imposed a regime of market-driven reforms. It is time to reframe education as an essential public good, one arising from a hunger to find more engaging ways to learn and the powerful imperative to make our society genuinely equal. In this timely and provocative essay, Melissa Benn argues for a National Education Service. Like the NHS, the NES would provide the framework for a life-long entitlement to education: from early-years provision to apprenticeships, universities and adult education. It should be free at the point of delivery. It should nurture teachers and scholarship, moving beyond an obsession with exam results to create fully rounded, questioning citizens. Its eventual aim should be an integrated, comprehensive system available to all.

32 Third Graders And One Class Bunny

Author : Phillip Done
ISBN : 9780743272407
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A Disney Teacher of the Year Award nominee chronicles a year in his third-grade classroom through a series of linked essays that document such events as a hectic Halloween parade, his discovery of a parent's illiteracy, and the universal lessons he has learned throughout his career. 60,000 first printing.

Life Learning

Author : Wendy Priesnitz
ISBN : 0920118178
Genre : Home schooling
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This passionate collection of essays from the leading edge of educational theory and practice demonstrates how families around the world are embracing the philosophy of life learning. Academics, parents and young people describe why non-compulsory, non-coercive, active, respectful, interest-led, family- and community-based learning from life is growing in popularity and will displace prescribed curriculum, standardized testing and the other regurgitation-based relics of our outmoded school system. This innovative way of learning through living not only foster intellectual development and academic achievement, it allows children and young people to develop an understanding of themselves and their place in modern society so they can create a better world. Life learning is the story of how children can personalize and control their own learning and what adults can do (and stop doing) to help them.

Math Lessons For A Living Education Level 4

Author : Angela O'Dell
ISBN : 9780890519264
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Teach math lessons through the creative means of a life storyProvide 36 weeks of instruction based on skill levels rather than grade levelsGuide students by the use of inexpensive manipulatives, including index cards, dried beans, and construction paper! We often tend to compartmentalize when teaching children. In real life, there aren’t artificial barriers between “subjects.” For example, when you are cooking or baking, you have to use the skills of reading, logical thinking, and measuring, just to name a few. In driving a car, you see and read road signs, read maps, and count miles. So why do we say to children, “This is math, this is language, this is about science and nature, and this is history”? The most natural and effective means to teach children is through life examples. Content, story, and the ability to show math in real life make a living math book!

On Point

Author : WSJ Magazine
ISBN : 9780762465644
Genre : Self-Help
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From WSJ. Magazine's popular monthly "Columnists" feature, ON POINT is a collection of inspiring wisdom for the modern age. "Good advice," says writer Cheryl Strayed, "is simply about sharing your perspective." This concise, but powerful insight is one of the countless invaluable lessons shared in On Point. Here, hundreds of luminaries, across a diverse spectrum of professions and backgrounds, offer their hard-won knowledge "On Success," "On Fear," "On Solitude," "On Obsession," "On Risk," and about dozens of other compelling and universal topics. Based on WSJ. Magazine's "Columnist" page, which debuted in 2013, ON POINT collects the very best of these interviews, from Dwayne Wade on Discipline and Simone Biles on Impulse to Yoko Ono on Patience and Sarah Jessica Parker on Transformation. The result is a beautifully designed, giftable book that informs, delights, and inspires. Each of the 250+ entries in ON POINT is accompanied by an iconic stipple drawing of the contributor.

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