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Learning From The Heart

Author : Daniel Gottlieb
ISBN : 1402768729
Genre : Philosophy
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Draws on the author's perspective as a quadriplegic to share his insights into what it means to be human, including what divides and unites us, the challenges confronting the disabled, and issues of injustice in the modern world.

Learning How The Heart Beats

Author : Claire McCarthy
ISBN : 0140231560
Genre : Medical
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The author shares twenty-three stories which recount her experiences on the journey into the medical profession, discussing specific cases and examining medical and ethical issues

The Heart Of Learning

Author : Steven Glazer
ISBN : 0874779553
Genre : Education
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A collection of essays that explores new frameworks for the revitalization of education, advocating an acceptance of spirituality, an openness to diversity, and a balancing of the past and the future

Lessons From The Heart

Author : Jack Graham
ISBN : 0802464912
Genre : Religion
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The condition of your heart will determine the quality of your spiritual life. Pastor Jack Graham has a passion for people to develop a heart that trusts and follows God. In his new book, he teaches readers that trusting God is not only an act, but an attitude, a process which just begins when one accepts Christ as Savior. Readers will be challenged and inspired to give their hearts fully to the Lord. A heart that is fully trusting in the Lord is not easily led astray.

The Heart And Science Of Teaching

Author : C. Bobbi Hansen
ISBN : 9780807777497
Genre : Education
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Blending the latest research in education, neuroscience, and cognitive psychology, this resource will help K–12 teachers create emotionally supportive classroom environments. Sections ground teachers in three interlocking aspects of instruction: The Heart of Teaching: social–emotional learning (SEL); The Science of Teaching: evidence-based instructional practices; and Tools for the 21st-Century: project-based learning and digital technologies. Book Features: Explores the transformative power of SEL on student learning and well-being.Illustrates how teacher feedback can assist students in developing a growth mindset.Brings voices of real teachers in each chapter who share their application of the chapter’s ideas, and their positive results with their students.Lists targeted book, website, and video resources in each chapter with more examples and information to support teachers’ implementation. Examines the implications of current research in neuroscience for classroom teaching. Describes evidence-based models of teaching and how they positively affect student engagement and learning.Shows how to support project-based and other student-led learning while connecting to standards.Describes how to use blogs, podcasts, and an array of web tools to promote engaged learning. “Teachers and teacher educators looking to up their teaching EQ and IQ will love the accessibility, organization, and depth of this timely book.” —Paul M. Rogers, George Mason University “Hansen reminds us of the real aims of education—students who love learning and who have learned throughout their lifetime, guided by teachers who care for their emotional and cognitive well-being.” —Kathleen Puckett, Arizona State University

Service At The Heart Of Learning

Author : Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound
ISBN : 0787260304
Genre : Education
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"One of the few books on service-learning written by K-12 teachers, the volume explores the role of service in learning expeditions. With vivid detail and stories from the classroom, teachers discuss the way service deepens students' academic achievement and character development." Eighteen expeditions are organized into two sections: Science, Humanities.

Lessons From The Heart

Author : Beth Kirkpatrick
ISBN : 0880117648
Genre : Education
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Heart rate monitors (HRMs) are making it easier than ever before for both students and teachers to be fully accountable. They allow students to become responsible for their individual efforts and enable teachers to objectively determine each student's progress toward personal fitness goals. Lessons From the Heart shows you how to use this technology to enrich and individualize your physical education program.Veteran physical educator Beth Kirkpatrick, former NASPE Teacher of the Year, and Burt Birnbaum, who has been developing programs for the use of HRMs in education since 1977, present 38 practical lesson plans designed to stimulate student learning and motivation through the use of HRMs. All of the lessons have interdisciplinary applications, and many of them include reproducible worksheets. To make it easy for you to incorporate the lessons into your class, each lesson includes- goals,- key concepts,- materials needed,- a description of the activity, and- helpful teaching tips.Lessons From the Heart also provides essential background information about the structure and function of the heart, methods for measuring heart rate, and the use of heart rate monitors in the classroom. The book's valuable appendices give you quick instructions for using heart rate monitors, information on meeting NASPE's physical education content standards, tips for securing funding for heart rate monitors, and guidelines for curriculum development.Whether you're currently using HRMs in your program or just exploring their potential, Lessons From the Heart will show you how to take full advantage of this technology.

The Heart Of Learning And Teaching

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ISBN : OCLC:496163525
Genre : Abused children
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Placing Students At The Heart Of Creative Learning

Author : Nick Owen
ISBN : 9781136733680
Genre : Education
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Developing a Creative Curriculum shows teachers how to introduce creativity to what is often seen as a prescriptive curriculum, and addresses the tensions between innovation and the requirement to follow the curriculum.

Learning By Heart

Author : Roland S. Barth
ISBN : 9780787959258
Genre : Education
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A decade after publication of his best-selling book, Barth returns to the schoolhouse. Drawing from a career committed to building schools rich in community, learning, and leadership, he shows how to accomplish the most difficult task of school reform-transforming a school's culture so that it will be hospitable to human learning. In an engaging conversational style, he suggests how school people can become the architects, engineers, and designers of their own schools-and of their own destinies.

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