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SOS! Save Our Students: Solutions for Schools, Staff, Students, Stakeholders, & Society By Lori Bitar
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Overwhelmed by educational demands? Stuck in a classroom where you feel unappreciated? Frustrated with students? There are SOLUTIONS! Learn to unleash your own inner super-HERO and save yourself and... More > our students in this book where focus groups agree, "Everybody should read this book!" In SOS! Save Our Students, award winning education expert Lori Bitar offers stories and solutions that illustrate how you can learn how to re-frame, shape, and unleash specific behaviors to help students, staff, and schools experience success by tapping into social emotional learning competencies. H: Do your actions/behaviors help, not hinder? E: Do your actions/behaviors engage, not exclude? R: Do your actions/behaviors resuscitate, not ruin? O: Do your actions/behaviors overjoy, not obliterate? Use the book club discussion guide in the back to deepen your work and support your Professional Learning Community. There is no need to wait for anybody—you are already a super-HERO, and it’s time to unleash it!< Less
S O S! Save Our Students: Solutions for Schools, Staff, Students, Stakeholders, & Society By Lori Bitar
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Overwhelmed by educational demands? Stuck in a classroom where you feel unappreciated? Frustrated with students? There are SOLUTIONS! Learn to unleash your own inner super-HERO and save yourself and... More > our students in this book where focus groups agree, "Everybody should read this book!" In SOS! Save Our Students, award winning education expert Lori Bitar offers stories and solutions that illustrate how you can learn how to re-frame, shape, and unleash specific behaviors to help students, staff, and schools experience success by tapping into social emotional learning competencies. H: Do your actions/behaviors help, not hinder? E: Do your actions/behaviors engage, not exclude? R: Do your actions/behaviors resuscitate, not ruin? O: Do your actions/behaviors overjoy, not obliterate? Use the book club discussion guide in the back to deepen your work and support your Professional Learning Community. There is no need to wait for anybody—you are already a super-HERO, and it’s time to unleash it!< Less
Forty-Five Years of Research at the NBRL, Boston, Massachusetts By C. Robert Valeri, MD, Gina Ragno Giorgio, Esq
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In 1789, Horace Walpole defined serendipity as “making discoveries by accident”; it was through acceptance of this inherent chaos that some of history’s most influential advances... More > were made, such as Alfred Nobel and dynamite, Marie Curie and radium, and Alexander Fleming and penicillin. Usually chaotic-serendipitous observations are either not recognized by hypothesis-driven researchers or, if observed, rejected by them. Fortunately, the Naval Blood Research Laboratory (NBRL) has been able to embrace important chaotic and serendipitous observations that were critical to the productivity of the laboratory. As former director of the NBRL, C. Robert Valeri, MD, spent forty-five years exploring hematocrit, bleeding time, and nonsurgical blood loss, as well as other blood-related advances used to treat military and civilian personnel. In this volume, he reviews those advances and recalls his time at the NBRL.< Less
Forty-Five Years of Research at the NBRL, Boston, Massachusetts By C. Robert Valeri, MD, Gina . Ragno Giorgio, Esq
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In 1789, Horace Walpole defined serendipity as “making discoveries by accident”; it was through acceptance of this inherent chaos that some of history’s most influential advances... More > were made, such as Alfred Nobel and dynamite, Marie Curie and radium, and Alexander Fleming and penicillin. Usually chaotic-serendipitous observations are either not recognized by hypothesis-driven researchers or, if observed, rejected by them. Fortunately, the Naval Blood Research Laboratory (NBRL) has been able to embrace important chaotic and serendipitous observations that were critical to the productivity of the laboratory. As former director of the NBRL, C. Robert Valeri, MD, spent forty-five years exploring hematocrit, bleeding time, and nonsurgical blood loss, as well as other blood-related advances used to treat military and civilian personnel. In this volume, he reviews those advances and recalls his time at the NBRL.< Less
Forty-Five Years of Research at the NBRL, Boston, Massachusetts: Chaotic Observations, Serendipity, and Patience By C. Robert Valeri, Gina Ragno Giorgio, Esq.
eBook (ePub): $8.99
In 1789, Horace Walpole defined serendipity as “making discoveries by accident”; it was through acceptance of this inherent chaos that some of history’s most influential advances... More > were made, such as Alfred Nobel and dynamite, Marie Curie and radium, and Alexander Fleming and penicillin. Usually chaotic-serendipitous observations are either not recognized by hypothesis-driven researchers or, if observed, rejected by them. Fortunately, the Naval Blood Research Laboratory (NBRL) has been able to embrace important chaotic and serendipitous observations that were critical to the productivity of the laboratory. As former director of the NBRL, C. Robert Valeri, MD, spent forty-five years exploring hematocrit, bleeding time, and nonsurgical blood loss, as well as other blood-related advances used to treat military and civilian personnel. In this volume, he reviews those advances and recalls his time at the NBRL.< Less