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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.

Intimate Communications

Author : Gilbert Herdt
ISBN : 0231069014
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Intimate Communications is the first systematic effort to explore and interpret erotic experience and gender identity in a cross-cultural perspective. This is a diologic work that emphasizes the need for exact descriptions of people's statements, feelings, and fantasies, presenting data from individual interviews with the Sambia of Papua New Guinea. Using the ethnographic methods of anthropology informed by the clinical techniques of psychoanalysis, Gildbert Herdt and Robert J. Stoller explore the culture and erotics of the Sambia and the role of subjectivity in ethnographic research.

The Wisdom Of The Shamans

Author : Don Jose Ruiz
ISBN : 9781938289729
Genre : Shamanism
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In 1997, don Miguel Ruiz wrote The Four Agreements, a book that launched a spiritual revolution. Rooted in the traditional wisdom of the ancient Toltecs, the book encouraged people to move beyond self-imposed limitations and create rich and textured interior lives. In Wisdom of the Shamans, don Miguel Ruiz's son don José Ruiz continues the journey and expands the teachings that have inspired millions. In ten concise chapters, he discusses the core principles that should govern our lives. Each chapter begins with an ancient North American shaman teaching story, followed by an exploration of a specific concept, such as awareness, intent, gratitude, creativity, and following your own heart. And each chapter includes a set of exercises that will help you to put those principles into practice. The book also provides an explanation of the how the ancient shamanic masters employed storytelling to vivify the core lessons of authentic love and a meaningful life. This inspirational book is further enhanced by Ruiz's generous use of personal anecdotes - how he heard the stories initially, how they impacted his own life, and the transformational moment when he and his brother don Miguel Ruiz, Jr. were initiated into the family's Toltec tradition. This is a wise and practical book that will further the spiritual revolution begun by the author's father and encourage people to live with awareness, gratitude, and grace.

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.

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.

Teaching History With Film

Author : Alan S. Marcus
ISBN : 9781351137690
Genre : Education
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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 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. The second edition is completely revised and updated including: two entirely new case studies; a new chapter focusing on using international film and incorporating a more global view in the classroom; and additional material on using film to tackle difficult and controversial issues; as well as updates to all of the cases. 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 interpretive skills, to explore controversial issues, and to develop historical empathy. 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

Shamanic Reiki Expanded Ways Of Working

Author : Llyn Roberts
ISBN : 9781846946509
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Shamanic Reiki introduces techniques that healers and Reiki practitioners can draw on to tap ancient healing wisdom. Shamanism and Reiki are, by themselves, powerful ways to heal. Together, their power multiplies, and healing methods become available that aren’t accessible if used separately. The purpose of Shamanic Reiki is to introduce you to concepts in both and provide you with detailed proven methods to enhance your own healing practices.

The Executive Educator

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ISBN : PSU:000056585018
Genre : Teachers
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Transforming School Culture

Author : Anthony Muhammad
ISBN : 9781934009994
Genre : Education
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Busy administrators will appreciate this quick read packed with immediate, accessible strategies. This book provides the framework for understanding dynamic relationships within a school culture and ensuring a positive environment that supports the changes necessary to improve learning for all students. The author explores many aspects of human behavior, social conditions, and history to reveal best practices for building healthy school cultures.

Anthropos

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ISBN : UOM:39015063390689
Genre : Ethnology
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