Endangered Minds
Title Endangered Minds PDF eBook
Author Jane M. Healy
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Pages 396
Release 2011-07-19
Genre Education
ISBN 1439126704

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Is today's fast-paced media culture creating a toxic environment for our children's brains? In this landmark, bestselling assessment tracing the roots of America's escalating crisis in education, Jane M. Healy, Ph.D., examines how television, video games, and other components of popular culture compromise our children's ability to concentrate and to absorb and analyze information. Drawing on neuropsychological research and an analysis of current educational practices, Healy presents in clear, understandable language: -- How growing brains are physically shaped by experience -- Why television programs -- even supposedly educational shows like Sesame Street -- develop "habits of mind" that place children at a disadvantage in school -- Why increasing numbers of children are diagnosed with attention deficit disorder -- How parents and teachers can make a critical difference by making children good learners from the day they are born

The Thinking Child
Title The Thinking Child PDF eBook
Author Nicola Call
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages 160
Release 2010-04-08
Genre Education
ISBN 1441158723

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This new edition of The Thinking Child is fully-updated with reference to the new Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Every Child Matters. The book considers the most recent research into the brain and learning, and offers practical advice on how to reflect these findings in the classroom. There is new guidance on current challenges facing practitioners, such as dealing with stressed and over-scheduled children, the philosophy and benefits of including every child and how to address practical issues that might arise in different settings. Other new material includes: - Collaborative working, - Foreign language learning and English as an additional language (EAL), - Outdoor learning and healthy settings, - Extended provision and the key person approach, and - Managing ICT and the dangers of information overload. The authors offer practical advice on implementing statutory requirements, maintaining a balance between child-initiated and adult-led activities and making the most of existing resources.

Television and the Mind
Title Television and the Mind PDF eBook
Author Lichtenstein Creative Media, Incorporated
Publisher Lichtenstein Creative Media
Pages 21
Release 2002-10
Genre Psychology
ISBN 1888064609

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The Thinking Child Resource Book
Title The Thinking Child Resource Book PDF eBook
Author Nicola Call
Publisher A&C Black
Pages 192
Release 2010-08-19
Genre Education
ISBN 1855397412

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`An extremely practical, accessible guide to putting brain-based research into action in foundation stage settings. Children taught like this will be at a huge advantage in the acquisition of literacy skills...indeed, in all their learning.'SUE PALMER, author of Foundations of Literacy In this new edition of a popular resource, the authors provide a wealth of practical suggestions on how to implement the most up-to-date research findings into how children learn best in early years settings. It is fully updated with reference to all the latest initiatives including the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Every Child Matters. This practical resource includes ways to promote self-esteem and emotional intelligence; ideas for teaching through play, music and movement; activities for circle time; guidance on inclusion, extended provision and healthy settings; and advice on managing behaviour positively and fostering relationships with parents and carers. This resource book can be used independently or as a companion to The Thinking Child. Handy margin references direct you to the appropriate pages of the sister book should you wish to learn more about the theory and reseach behind the practical techniques. An indispensable resource for early years practitioners of all settings, this book will also appeal to trainee teachers, practitioners working towards further qualifications and parents.

Title Saved PDF eBook
Author Suzy Blake
Publisher iUniverse
Pages 193
Release 2022-06-22
Genre Fiction
ISBN 1663230536

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Planet Earth was a Garden of Eden just a few thousand years ago. Today it is plagued with pollution and starvation happening everywhere. There is more disease yet a failing medical system. The U.S. is divided politically and crumbling from a government more focused on personal enrichment than the needs of the people. What is worth saving? Can the planet and humanity go through a re-boot? Will Earth ever be as advanced as the other inhabited planets? What if there were no hungry people on the planet? What if there was world peace? Reading SAVED is a riveting fiction tale and an adventure of possibilities. Could you handle living on the New Earth? "Researchers have proven, scientifically, that humans are all one people. We are one species each of us much, much more alike than different. We are all of the same stardust. We are all going to live and die on the same planet, a Pale Blue Dot in the vastness of space. We have to work together." Bill Nye

The Future of Leadership
Title The Future of Leadership PDF eBook
Author Michael A Genovese
Publisher Routledge
Pages 148
Release 2015-07-24
Genre Psychology
ISBN 1317569997

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The Future of Leadership considers how the rapid changes of today will affect the leaders of tomorrow. Renowned Leadership scholar Michael A. Genovese argues that one of the key challenges for future leaders will be to effectively and constructively manage the ‘hyper-change’ taking place both within organizations and in the broader social and political spheres. Taking a Futures Studies approach to envision the state of leadership in the coming decades, Genovese also provides case studies of leaders who have already demonstrated the mind- and skill-sets necessary to successfully manage rapid change.

Kid’s Eye View of Science
Title Kid’s Eye View of Science PDF eBook
Author Susan J. Kovalik
Publisher Corwin Press
Pages 312
Release 2010-09-08
Genre Education
ISBN 1452237425

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Rediscover science from a child's perspective and enhance your inquiry-based science toolbox with brain-based strategies that integrate science across content areas and improve student outcomes.