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Teaching What Can T Be Taught

Author : David Rigoni
ISBN : 9781461715948
Genre : Education
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Some of life's most important lessons cannot be explicitly taught and learned. David Rigoni uses a shaman metaphor to examine how the most important learning in a professional program takes place between the lines of the formal curriculum.

Politics Power And Community Development

Author : Rosie Meade
ISBN : 9781447317364
Genre : Political Science
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The increasing impact of neoliberalism across the globe means that a complex interplay of democratic, economic and managerial rationalities now frame the parameters and practices of community development. This book explores how contemporary politics, and the power relations it reflects and projects, is shaping the field today. This first title in the timely Rethinking Community Development series presents unique and critical reflections on policy and practice in Taiwan, Australia, India, South Africa, Burundi, Germany, the USA, Ireland, Malawi, Ecuadorian and Peruvian Amazonia and the UK. It addresses the global dominance of neoliberalism, and the extent to which practitioners, activists and programmes can challenge, critique, engage with or resist its influence. Addressing key dilemmas and challenges being navigated by students, academics, professionals and activists, this is a vital intellectual and practical resource.

What They Didn T Teach At The Academy

Author : Dale L. June
ISBN : 9781439869215
Genre : Computers
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While professional courses and how-to manuals can prepare us for expected events that will occur in the course of our careers, there remains an untapped reservoir of life experience that cannot be prepared for in training or study. These events and experiences give texture and meaning to our work and shape our character. Filled with stories of courage and inspiration, What They Didn't Teach at the Academy: Topics, Stories, and Reality Beyond the Classroom looks at experiences encountered by public safety and military professionals that were not necessarily encompassed in their training or realistically portrayed in simulations. Topics raised in the stories include: A doctor confronting her own debilitating and potentially fatal disease Cultural awareness and safe travel Suicide among law enforcement officers Departmental harassment of a new police recruit Coping with an addicted spouse Posttraumatic stress disorder Life as a K-9 handler The effect of work obligations on marriage and family Conflicts between moral beliefs and professional principles Debunking myths about Islam The book also examines coping mechanisms for stress and discusses the importance of observation, perception, and communication in facing challenging encounters. Through this collection of vignettes and philosophies, the contributors demonstrate that the lessons of life are not taught in colleges, universities, and academies but through hard experience.

Intellectual Shamans

Author : Sandra Waddock
ISBN : 9781107085183
Genre : Business & Economics
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Based on the lives of 28 well-known management academics, this book describes what it means to be an intellectual shaman.

Teaching History With Film

Author : Alan S. Marcus
ISBN : 9781135187828
Genre : Education
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Visit any school in the United States and chances are that you will find at least one of the social studies teachers showing a film about history. Along with the textbook, movies are one of the most prominent teaching aids in the history classroom. Yet, when middle and high school history teachers look for models of the effective use of motion pictures in history classrooms, the cupboard is surprisingly bare. Teaching History with Film provides a fresh, engaging, and clear overview of teaching with film to effectively enhance social studies instruction. Using cases of experienced teachers to illustrate accomplished history teaching through the use of movies, this text provides pre- and in-service teachers with ideas for implementing film-based lessons in their own classrooms and offers a deeper understanding of the thorny issues involved in using film to teach history. Each section of the book focuses on how teachers can effectively support the development of students’ historical film literacy through topics such as using film to develop historical empathy, to develop interpretive skills, and to explore controversial issues. By developing the skills students need to think critically about the past or what they think they know about history, the lessons in this book illustrate how to harness the pedagogical power of film to provide the tools necessary for rigorous inquiry and democratic citizenship. Special features include: "Reflection on the Case," following each chapter, analyzing and discussing the strengths and limitations of the teacher’s approach as well as providing strategies for using and choosing films specific to the educational outcome Sample unit outlines, descriptions of class texts and films, worksheets, essay questions, viewer guides, and exercises for the classroom throughout Discussion of the practical considerations facing classroom teachers, including juggling time restraints, issues of parental permission, and meeting standards

The Executive Educator

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ISBN : PSU:000056585018
Genre : Teachers
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History Of Science And Technology In Education And Training In Europe

Author : Claude Debru
ISBN : STANFORD:36105029693566
Genre : Science
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Shamans Neo Shamans

Author : Robert J. Wallis
ISBN : 0415302021
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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In popular culture, such diverse characters as occultist Aleister Crowley, Doors musician Jim Morrison, and performance artist Joseph Beuys have been called shamans. In anthropology, on the other hand, shamanism has associations with sorcery, witchcraft and healing, and archaeologists have suggested the meaning of prehistoric cave art lies with shamans and altered consciousness. Robert J. Wallis explores the interface between 'new' and prehistoric shamans. The book draws on interviews with a variety of practitioners, particularly contemporary pagans in Britain and north America. Wallis looks at historical and archaeological sources to explore contemporary pagan engagements with prehistoric sacred sites such as Stonehenge and Avebury, and discusses the controversial use by neo-Shamans of indigenous (particularly native American) shamanism.

75 Lives Of Haran

Author : Haran
ISBN : 9781609117825
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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75 Lives of Haran provides new insights into reincarnation and the topics of karma and the soul. This intriguing and highly spiritual book chronicles the author's true experiences. It is a story full of 'coincidences' which determined the course of events in his multiple past and upcoming lives. These lives occur over a great span of time, from the dawn of mankind to the distant future. Through these identities, Haran has experienced everything from the mundane to the exalted; great success to crushing failure; plain and straightforward occurrences; along with complex, strange, and bizarre events. Haran also shares with the reader his interactions with the past and the future, and direct contact between some of his lives. 75 Lives of Haran gives the reader a greater understanding of our true nature and the complexity of spiritual reality. The past-life regressions highlighted in the book encourage and empower us to live our lives with meaning and purpose. About the Author: Haran lives outside of Johannesburg in South Africa and is a retired engineer. He is inspired by men and women with great spiritual insights and understanding, who become living examples of their beliefs.Haran is working on his next book, The Purpose of Life. Publisher's Web site: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/75LivesOfHaran.htm

Community Education Journal

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ISBN : UVA:X002169496
Genre : Community schools
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