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Teaching Days

Author : S. J. Waddell
ISBN : 9781477154007
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I can do a similar version for "Teaching Days" which offers various insights into the 20 plus years I spent working for TAFE NSW, an organisation I joined in 1988. I was appointed Head Teacher of Professional Photography in1995 and held that position until I retired in August 2008. "Teaching Days" describes some of the staff and students that I encountered as well as some of the wins and losses that are inevitable in a large beaurocracy.

Teaching Days Total Days District Sequence

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ISBN : WISC:89096580980
Genre : Public schools
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Teaching Days Total Days

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ISBN : WISC:89077150498
Genre : Public schools
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Teaching Days Total Days District Sequence

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ISBN : WISC:89096581038
Genre : Public schools
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We Learn About Mary And Her Feast Days Teaching Edition

Author : Ann Therese Chaput
ISBN : 9781568549781
Genre : Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
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This book provides teachers and catechists with background material on the feasts, memorials, and solemnities on the universal calendar that honor Mary.

Eight Days In An Inner City School

Author : Dan Golarz
ISBN : 9781434350084
Genre : Education
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This book is written primarily in an authentic dialogue style. It fearlessly describes the consequences of the failure to appropriately prepare a student to become an inner-city teacher. While doing so, the book also exposes a system that has been slammed to the ground by policies, practices, and court decisions that protect the rights of everyone except those who teach and those who desire to learn, but leave these dedicated individuals constantly vulnerable to the violence, anger, hostility, and hopelessness that seem to be a hallmark of so many of our inner-city schools. As this young teacher closes the classroom door and stands alone, a stark picture emerges, a picture that, for the reader, will provoke anger, occasional outrage, and most certainly controversy. At the heart of this story, the author reconstructs, sometimes minute-by-minute, the events and interactions that combine to compel him to leave this first teaching assignment abruptly with a profound sense of confusion, self-doubt, and betrayal. Not limited to the classroom, this tale includes interludes that are informative, occasionally humorous, and sometimes amazingly frank. But what becomes obvious is that the recounting of this experience reveals an open wound and is a plea to the reader to recognize deep pain and justifiable anger. In so doing, it reflects the same quandary and frustrations that continue to be felt by millions of teachers and other educators who are frequently and severely criticized by those who simply do not understand why students and educators trapped in this environment so frequently fail to thrive and succeed and finally choose to leave.

Lord Teach Me To Pray In 28 Days

Author : Kay Arthur
ISBN : 9780736923606
Genre : Religion
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Introducing a practical resource for making prayer and priority--adapted form the bestselling book, Lord Teach Me to Pray in 28 Days--from one of the most renowned Bible teachers.

In The Days Of Paul

Author : Anthony J. Tambasco
ISBN : 1597528366
Genre : Religion
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What was it like in the time of Paul? What really happened in his conversion and what did it lead to? What was going on in the cities of the Empire and how did Paul tailor his message to the needs of the particular churches? IN THE DAYS OF PAUL seeks to answer these questions, give an outline of Paul's teaching, and deal with the world of Paul in a manner which is easily understood. Starting with Paul's background in both a Jewish and Greek world, Anthony J. Tambasco then describes the life and times in each of the major cities visited by Paul and sketches Paul's teaching in these cities. Understanding Paul's world brings insight into his message and helps to clarify the frequent misunderstandings of Paul's views on women, marriage, sex, and slavery. IN THE DAYS OF PAUL brightens Paul's personality and breathes life into the people around him. With a companion volume, IN THE DAYS OF JESUS, this book will serve as an important background text for introducing major works of the New Testament: The Gospels about Jesus and the Epistles of Paul. IN THE DAYS OF PAUL also provides an excellent introduction to Paul for undergraduates, discussion groups, and adult education groups.

The Principal S Guide To The First 100 Days Of The School Year

Author : Shawn Joseph
ISBN : 9781317924951
Genre : Education
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For veteran principals, new principals, and aspiring principals, this book is a valuable resource for building instructional momentum during the beginning of the school year. Educational leadership expert Shawn Joseph guides administrators through five key areas: Vision Instructional Leadership Politics Data Planning With detailed timelines, practical advice, and ready-to-use resources, Joseph explains the essential steps to leadership success that will continue throughout the school year. Supplemental Downloads available to book-buyers!

Newspaper Days

Author : Randy Turner
ISBN : 9781440180590
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"They were here Friday, they were here Saturday, and those nuts were sprinkled on our Sunday." When veteran southwest Missouri newspaper editor Randy Turner wrote those words he never dreamed he was opening the door to a $1.5 billion libel suit and the end of a storied newspaper career that saw him earn more than 100 awards, including 30 for investigative reporting. In Newspaper Days, Turner's follow-up to the highly successful The Turner Report, he relives his 22 years as a reporter and editor, including how: -He encountered a gang of armed drug dealers after his editorial resulted in a police crackdown -His failure to deal with the murder of a close friend haunted him after his first newspaper job -One publisher fired him twice by mail, and another told him he would never work in newspapers again. -He ran afoul of a 400-pound city marshal, and a gun-toting father during his time with the Newton County News -His coverage of corruption in a small town police department, the Nancy Cruzan right-to-die case, and a governor's race between three Missouri legends- Mel Carnahan, Roy Blunt, and Bill Webster, catapulted him to a front-tier status among Missouri journalists. . Newspaper Days is entertaining, funny, fast-moving, and a must-read for those who remember a time when a newspaper was the heart and soul of a community.

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