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Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Teaching Games for Understanding By Joy Butler
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By using Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) as a catalyst for thinking about ontological and epistemological issues in Physical Education, the teachers, researchers, and authors of this book... More > have become ambassadors for new ideas that challenge some of our entrenched educational values. We are proud to be able to share some of their pioneering research, which we believe will be of great interest to others in the field who are interested in constructivist, student-centred, and holistic approaches to teaching and learning in games education.< Less
Reconceptualizing Physical Education through Teaching Games for Understanding By Joy Butler
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By using Teaching Games for Understanding (TGfU) as a catalyst for thinking about ontological and epistemological issues in Physical Education, the teachers, researchers, and authors of this book... More > have become ambassadors for new ideas that challenge some of our entrenched educational values. We are proud to be able to share some of their pioneering research, which we believe will be of great interest to others in the field who are interested in constructivist, student-centred, and holistic approaches to teaching and learning in games education.< Less
EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT By T. Manichander
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Educational Management: Meaning: While Education is the provision of a series of learning experiences to students in order to impart knowledge, values, attitudes and skills with the ultimate aim of... More > making them productive members of society, Educational Management is the process of planning, organizing, directing and controlling the activities of an institution by utilizing human and material resources so as to effectively and efficiently accomplish functions of teaching, extension work and research. Nature and Scope Educational Management: The National Policies on Education seek to bring about a social, economic and cultural development in society by focusing on human resource development through education. Education, therefore, must have more relevant curricula, be dynamic, and empower students to bring about desirable social changes while preserving the desirable aspects of our existing culture.< Less
Consumerism and Value Creation By Gary Fradin
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What makes our healthcare system better? What makes it worse? Gary Fradin explores these issues in Consumerism and Value Creation in American Healthcare. He shows that employer based financing and... More > various tax and subsidy programs decrease system value by adding costs without improving health. Supply side reforms aimed at changing physician behavior, he argues, never seem to achieve their desired results. But programs that teach consumers how to choose a hospital, a treatment or a test – and perhaps even more importantly, how to talk to their doctors wisely - can add tremendous value. Learn how appropriate consumer education can revolutionize our system, improve patient outcomes, decrease patient risks and lower overall system costs.< Less
The Value of Coconut Macaroons and Other Stories By Jay Poroda
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The Value of Coconut Macaroons & Other Stories is a quick read with a deep message. It is the story of an educator's journey in the academic field, but it is much more. It is the story of... More > learners of all ages, from youngsters in middle school, to a grandmother who fulfills her dream of earning a high school diploma. It reaches into the hearts of the individuals presented in the stories and shows the real people, not just how one might perceive them to be. The people featured in The Value of Coconut Macaroons are from diverse backgrounds, who teach the life lessons of resilience, compassion, generosity and caring through their relationships with one another. It is a multiculutural book based on learning, loving and growing together as a human family. This book isn't just for educators; it appeals to all, because it is a story of people. It is unforgettable and will provide new meaning every time you read, and reread, the stories.< Less
The Value of Coconut Macaroons and Other Stories By Jay Poroda
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The Value of Coconut Macaroons & Other Stories is a quick read with a deep message. It is the story of an educator's journey in the academic field, but it is much more. It is the story of... More > learners of all ages, from youngsters in middle school, to a grandmother who fulfills her dream of earning a high school diploma. It reaches into the hearts of the individuals presented in the stories and shows the real people, not just how one might perceive them to be. The people featured in The Value of Coconut Macaroons are from diverse backgrounds, who teach the life lessons of resilience, compassion, generosity and caring through their relationships with one another. It is a multiculutural book based on learning, loving and growing together as a human family. This book isn't just for educators; it appeals to all, because it is a story of people. It is unforgettable and will provide new meaning every time you read, and reread, the stories.< Less
A Curriculum of Unquestionable Value and Lasting Relevance By lee smith
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What I am presenting is a record based accountability system that enhances and accelerates individual student learning. This program is based on two forms. The first is a combined format for the... More > teachers grade and lesson plan book. The second form is correlated with the first and is a similar combination of each individual student's cumulative record and the school's curriculum guide. Sample subject curricula included.< Less
EMERGING ISSUES IN EDUCATION By T. Manichander
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Education is the process of facilitating learning. Knowledge, skills, values, beliefs, and habits of a group of people are transferred to other people, through storytelling, discussion, teaching,... More > training, or research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of educators, but learners may also educate themselves in a process called autodidactic learning. Any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. The nature of education, of research, and of knowledge itself is being questioned and reshaped to respond to the challenges of our technologically-enhanced and information-based society. Knowledge is the key to the universe, Knowledges is the key that opens doors to possibilities, Knowledge is the key that unlocks the mysteries of our world, and knowledge is the key that reveals as endless sea of discoveries. Knowledge serves as an essential component.< Less
Teaching Purpose Consciousness By Danver A. Chandler
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This teacher guide will give you specific methods to EASILY implement purpose consciousness curriculum into your classroom. Your students will become more engaged and learn how value their own... More > interests and pursue them. This guide can be used with parents who have the Seeds of Purpose workbook or it can used with those students who parents do not have the workbook. We know teachers are the most influential in the classroom, here's your time to shine for students.< Less
Consumerism and Value Creation in American Healthcare By Gary Fradin
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What makes our healthcare system better? What makes it worse? Gary Fradin explores these issues in Consumerism and Value Creation in American Healthcare. He shows that employer based financing and... More > various tax and subsidy programs decrease system value by adding costs without improving health. Supply side reforms aimed at changing physician behavior, he argues, never seem to achieve their desired results. But programs that teach consumers how to choose a hospital, a treatment or a test – and perhaps even more importantly, how to talk to their doctors wisely - can add tremendous value. Learn how appropriate consumer education can revolutionize our system, improve patient outcomes, decrease patient risks and lower overall system costs.< Less