The Artist Within Me
Title The Artist Within Me PDF eBook
Author John Jacobson
Publisher Hal Leonard Corporation
Pages 263
Release 2012-10-01
Genre Music
ISBN 1480338702

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(Choral). John Jacobson, one of America's best-loved musical personalities, is known for sharing his passion, humor and insights with students and teachers, helping them to revitalize and re-energize. Now, he has created a collection of 366 short essays one for each day of the year, including Leap Year to help educators rediscover the fervor and creativity that brought them into teaching in the first place, and inspire the artist that stirs within! Through the readings in this beautifully designed daily companion, a teacher will reawaken the mind, spirit and body to the connection between one's personal art and the art of teaching, tapping the restorative power of creativity in nourishing the soul.

Resources in Education
Title Resources in Education PDF eBook
Pages 374
Release 1998
Genre Education

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Pre- and Post-Retirement Tips for Librarians
Title Pre- and Post-Retirement Tips for Librarians PDF eBook
Author Carol Smallwood
Publisher American Library Association
Pages 257
Release 2012
Genre Business & Economics
ISBN 083891120X

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Smallwood’s volume offers insight, inspiration, and tips for those already retired as well as those thinking about retiring.

Textile Artist: Expressive Stitches
Title Textile Artist: Expressive Stitches PDF eBook
Author Jan Dowson
Publisher Search Press Limited
ISBN 1781267065

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Creative Teaching: Science in the Early Years and Primary Classroom
Title Creative Teaching: Science in the Early Years and Primary Classroom PDF eBook
Author Ann Oliver
Publisher Routledge
Pages 222
Release 2013-06-20
Genre Education
ISBN 1136793046

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Practical, useful and informative, this book provides ideas and suggestions on how to interpret and develop the primary science curriculum in an interesting and challenging way. Bringing together creative thinking and principles that still meet National Curriculum requirements, the themes in the book encourage teachers to: teach science with creative curiosity value the unpredictable and unplanned thrive on a multiplicity of creative approaches, viewpoints and conditions be creative with cross-curricular and ICT opportunities reflect on their own practice. For teachers new and old, this book will make teaching and learning science fun by putting creativity and enjoyment firmly back onto the primary agenda.

The Gift of Pain
Title The Gift of Pain PDF eBook
Author Barbara Altemus
Publisher Penguin
Pages 250
Release 2003
Genre Health & Fitness
ISBN 9780399527784

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Thought-provoking and inspirational personal stories from noted artists, healers, thinkers, and peacemakers explain how moments of suffering and challenge became an opportunity for spiritual growth and renewal, with contributions from Deepak Chopra, Martin Sheen, Isabel Allende, Rigoberta Menchu Tum, Iyanla Vanzant, Joan Borysenko, Dick Gregory, and others. Original.

Speaking of Teaching . . .
Title Speaking of Teaching . . . PDF eBook
Author Avraham Cohen
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Pages 130
Release 2012-12-23
Genre Education
ISBN 9460917879

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Teaching is a richly multifaceted endeavor. It isn’t always easy to know just where we should focus our thinking and our dialogue. In Speaking of Teaching, six educators talk about their inner selves. They bring the inside out for their own self-exploration. And they bring the inside out for us to view and learn from. They also question the boundaries between the inner and the outer and whether existence can be dichotomized in this way. Gary Poole, Professor, Faculty of Medicine, The University of British Columbia, 3M Teaching Fellow. The authors of this collection explore the many ways to remain present in the midst of the trifling but perpetual swirl of events, thoughts, distractions, and how they, as they are at, what T. S. Eliot called, the still point of the turning world, find profound meaning in their work as educators. A deeply moving collection that allowed me too, while reading it, to rediscover that still point without which there would be no dance, and there is only the dance. Gerda Wever, PhD, editor and publisher, The Write Room Press