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Silenced Voices And Extraordinary Conversations

Author : Michelle Fine
ISBN : 9780807742846
Genre : Education
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Two noted educators invite new and veteran teachers on an intellectual guided tour through the troubles of bad practice and the delights of good. This volume is a collection of classic essays, as urgently needed now as when they first appeared, on social class, race, gender, and schooling crafted over the course of two decades. The authors invite all of us to take a serious look at the paradox of public education, the ways in which urban schools reproduce social inequalities while, at the same time, serve as sites for learning at its most transformative and compelling. A must-read for all those educators who believe that we can no longer afford to cede this space to policymakers who know little of the life of a classroom, the curiosity of a child, and the moral imperatives of teaching for critical citizenship.

Extraordinary Vessels

Author : Kiiko Matsumoto
ISBN : 0912111356
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Extraordinary Vessels gives students and practitioners the knowledge and information they need to add important and powerful treatments to their repertoire. The authors have assembled theoretical explanations and treatment systems based on the use of the eight extraordinary vessels. The information comes from highly successful Japanese, Chinese, and German practitioners. The text describes trajectories, pathways, variant pathways, and branches with eleven full-page body charts, and more than 50 tables. Classical treatments are documented in a fashion that will be useful to the modern practitioner. There are step-by-step presentations covering body zones, the use of bipolar metals, magnets, and electrically pulsed magnets. Sample treatments, illustrations of correspondence and reflex areas, tables, and diagrams provide practical support.

10 Secrets Of Extraordinary Women

Author : Julie Clinton
ISBN : 9780736959889
Genre : Religion
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Do you long to live a life that is extraordinary? One that shines with joy, compassion, energy, and illuminated faith? Julie Clinton, president of Extraordinary Women ministries, offers you gifts to be treasured—secret gems of godly wisdom that will spark lasting change within you. When days are filled with more ruts than glory, Julie’s biblical illustrations, relatable life examples, transforming prayers, and heartfelt journaling prompts inspire you to accept God’s personal love; improve and nourish your relationships; be empowered by giving God control of your emotions; connect with your Creator on a deeper level; and move toward your future with contentment and excitement. To light your way, other extraordinary women offer insights, cheers, and motivation. You’ll be supported and uplifted each step of the journey so you can reach beyond the ordinary and embrace your exceptional heart and purpose.

Becoming An Extraordinary Manager

Author : Len Sandler
ISBN : 0814401805
Genre : Business & Economics
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Nearly all managers dream of being inspiring leaders who elicit the most from their people. But while they may understand the skills needed to manage their teams, very few know how to put their knowledge into practice. Now, any manager can get exceptional results and make an important contribution to the organization. Becoming an Extraordinary Manager focuses not just on “understanding” principles of good management, but on taking action. Readers will learn the basic attitude and skills outstanding managers must know, including: • why it’s critical to be interested in, rather than interesting to, their people • the best ways to motivate their team • effective interviewing techniques • conducting a performance review • time management • introducing change • delegation • thinking and acting about their people positively (the self-fulfilling prophecy) • building a high-performance team • retaining top talent • handling performance problems • listening Lively in style and thorough in content, this is the book that gives every manager a complete guide to avoiding the ordinary and becoming the best.

Extraordinary English

Author : Lynn Huggins-Cooper
ISBN : 1843151219
Genre : English language
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This is a home study series designed to teach children core skills that will build confidence at school. Each book supports the literacy or numeracy framework for the relevant school year. The English titles cover a wide range of topics ranging from comprehension to story writing, and the maths titles cover topics ranging from algebra to fractions. The books magical wizard theme should entertain as well as educate. Motivation is encouraged by giving gold stars, which can be added to a certificate of excellence at the back of each book. Parental guidance on how to make the best use of the book is included.

By No Extraordinary Means

Author : Joanne Lynn
ISBN : 0253336597
Genre : Artificial feeding
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..". compelling.... This book might have been called 'No Easy Answers.' Each of the contributors writes with undisguised urgency.... [W]e should face up to these issues now. By No Extraordinary Means will serve as an impetus and guide." -- New York Times Book Review "This fine new book... thoughtfully written... well edited and cohesively integrated... will be valuable for physicians, nurses, nutritionists, attorneys, members of the clergy, policy makers, and members of the general public." -- New England Journal of Medicine

Extraordinary Bodies

Author : Rosemarie Garland Thomson
ISBN : 0231105177
Genre : Social Science
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As the first major critical study to examine literary and cultural representations of physical disability, Extraordinary Bodies situates disability as a social construction, shifting it from a property of bodies to a product of cultural rules about what bodies should be or do. Rosemarie Garland Thomson examines disabled figures in sentimental novels such as Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin and Rebecca Harding Davis's Life in the Iron Mills, African-American novels by Toni Morrison and Audre Lorde, and the popular cultural ritual of the freak show. Extraordinary Bodies inaugurates a new field of disability studies in the humanities by framing disability as a minority discourse, rather than a medical one, ultimately revising oppressive narratives of disability and revealing liberatory ones.

Everyday Extraordinary

Author : Christopher M. Gemerchak
ISBN : 9058674088
Genre : Philosophy
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The concept of fetishism has long been a window through which philosophers, psychoanalysts and cultural anthropologists have looked in order to critically examine the nature of beliefs, sexual interests and material values, and it remains today a vital interpretive paradigm. The enduring interest in fetishism gives testimony to the fact that its status and significance have yet to be fully resolved. In the attempt to further clarify this ambiguous and often mystifying phenomenon, the contributors to Everyday Extraordinary: Encountering Fetishism with Marx, Freud and Lacan have taken a fresh look at the fundamental dynamic of fetishism through the lenses of its most influential interpreters'not only Marx, Freud and Lacan, but also Derrida, Mannoni and Pietz.In this collection of essays, the philosophical approach joins forces with the psychoanalytic, and the psychoanalytic with the aesthetic and mythological, often with striking results. Emerging from the essays contained in this volume is a notion of fetishism as a response to a crisis of meaning: personal, social or religious. The fetish mediates the crisis that arises when a system of meaning and identity is confronted with something that threatens it with dissolution, whether this threat arises from an excessive and traumatic figure of alterity, or from the loss of the ground on which ones certainty had been staked. And the stakes of this confrontation are indeed high, as the fetish is here seen as an object having a profound influence on the life of desire, now leading to a symbolic blossoming of the mundane, now into perverse repetition and the refusal of change.

Creating Extraordinary Joy

Author : Chris Alexander
ISBN : 0897933346
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The cable TV star shares his plan for helping people connect on four important levels--emotional, spiritual, intellectual, and physical--to achieve the ultimate goal: love. Simultaneous.

Extraordinary Putting

Author : Fred Shoemaker
ISBN : 9781101099186
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The co-author of the classic Extraordinary Golf offers an innovative approach to improving the overall game by focusing on putting, which accounts for more than one third of the strokes in a typical round. Not just a tips-and-techniques book, Extraordinary Putting features a series of illustrated exercises that will help golfers: - Develop the inner freedom to trust themselves and recognize self-imposed barriers - Find the peace of mind that comes from letting go of mental chatter and self-judgments - Increase awareness, allowing golfers to pay attention to their experiences - Understand the differences in those experiences from stroke to stroke - Master the art of self-coaching

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