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Classroom Virtuoso

Classroom Virtuoso Author Victor Cahn
ISBN-10 9781607090069
Release 2009-02-16
Pages 168
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Did you ever have a teacher you couldn't forget? Someone who helped shape your knowledge and values, and so remains an indelible part of you? For more than thirty-five years, Victor L. Cahn has been such an influential figure. As secondary school 'master' at Mercersburg, Pomfret, and Phillips Exeter, and as professor of English at Bowdoin and Skidmore, he has instructed, entertained, counseled, and inspired thousands of students, who have reciprocated by granting him their respect and affection.



Walking Distance

Walking Distance Author Victor L. Cahn
ISBN-10 9781630873523
Release 2014-07-18
Pages 162
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In this entertaining and informative book, Victor L. Cahn revisits memorable episodes from eleven classic television shows, including The Twilight Zone, Maverick, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Fugitive, The Avengers, and All in the Family. He provides background for each program, details about the creative individuals involved, close readings of the scripts, and reflections on why these series were influential when originally broadcast and why they continue to be enjoyed decades later by "baby boomers," their children, and their grandchildren. With a scholar's insight and a fan's enthusiasm, he offers a unique perspective on an integral part of mid-twentieth-century American culture.



Polishing Your Prose

Polishing Your Prose Author Steven M. Cahn
ISBN-10 9780231160889
Release 2013-04-02
Pages 104
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A step-by-step guide to successful writing.



Roses in December

Roses in December Author Victor L. Cahn
ISBN-10 9781606082515
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 490
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Relationships in their comic and dramatic variety are at the core of this collection of what playwright Victor L. Cahn calls chamber plays. All dramatize relationships between two people: sometimes to find love, sometimes to find self-assurance or power. All are also distinguished by an elegant wit and stylistic sophistication that makes these works literary as well as theatrical delights.



Romantic Trapezoid

Romantic Trapezoid Author Victor L. Cahn
ISBN-10 9781498272179
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 142
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In this witty and ironic novel, Melissa and Dave claim to love each other, but clash as to how the relationship should proceed. Their predicament is complicated by Beth, who brazenly asserts her own amorous intentions. Add a provocative element of mystery, and the result is a subtly subversive comedy about contemporary romance.



Dally with the Devil

Dally with the Devil Author Victor Cahn
ISBN-10 0615939538
Release 2014-02-21
Pages 92
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Charlotte runs an influential political blog from her home on Cape Cod. Irene, working for a long-time Senator in the midst of a tough campaign, supplies Charlotte with damaging material about the Senator's opponent. Megan, an aide to that opponent, arrives with new reports, and the three power-brokers lock horns in a battle of manipulation and political intrigue. As charges escalate and the battle swerves in unexpected directions, these highly intelligent and articulate women serve up blackmail, power plays, and plenty of media spin. In other words, politics as usual! "A tight drama, cleverly constructed!" -New York Theatre Wire



Action Research for Teacher Candidates

Action Research for Teacher Candidates Author Robert P. Pelton
ISBN-10 9781607096948
Release 2010-10-16
Pages 228
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This book has been written in the hopes of equipping teachers-in-training—that is, teacher candidates—with the skills needed for action research: a process that leads to focused, effective, and responsive strategies that help students succeed.



Reculturing Schools as Professional Learning Communities

Reculturing Schools as Professional Learning Communities Author Jane Bumpers Huffman
ISBN-10 9781461653820
Release 2003-10-22
Pages 192
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This clear and thoughtful discussion of the concept of professional learning communities covers the research, provides a self-assessment, real-life case studies, and a summary. It is a one-stop resource for educators working to build strong work teams to improve student achievement.



Hit Me Fred

Hit Me  Fred Author Fred Wesley
ISBN-10 0822329093
Release 2002-09-25
Pages 326
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The legendary funk, soul, and jazz musician who played with James Brown moves from sideman to center stage in this loving tribute to a seminal but often overlooked force in American music. (Performing Arts)



Robert B Heilman

Robert B  Heilman Author Edward Alexander
ISBN-10 9780295801391
Release 2011-12-01
Pages 808
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Robert Bechtold Heilman was a great literary figure of the twentieth century. This collection of his correspondence includes over 600 exchanges with more than 100 correspondents, among them Saul Bellow, Kenneth Burke, Malcolm Cowley, Richard Eberhart, Charles Johnson, Bernard Malamud, and William Carlos Williams. The letters follow Heilman's career from the time he was a thirty-six-year-old member of Louisiana State University's English Department, through his tenure at the University of Washington from 1948 to 1975, until a few years before his death in 2004. Two of his appointees who spent their entire careers at the University of Washington, Edward Alexander and Richard Dunn, have edited the letters with Paul Jaussen. The rich representation of letters to as well as from Heilman gives the reader access to decades-long conversations between him and Robert Penn Warren, Cleanth Brooks, Joseph Epstein, Theodore Roethke, and many others. They provide a sense of Heilman's character, personality, and achievements in the context of American letters. They also afford an inside history of the changes that took place over sixty years, for better and worse, in American universities, literary criticism, and the politics of literature. In the 1940s, Heilman not only defended the New Criticism against its many enemies, but in his own writing extended its imperial reach to the tragedies of Shakespeare. By the fifties, the focus of his letters shifted to the University of Washington's Department of English, and his flair for efficient, energetic, and imaginative administration resonates through them. The first time University of Washington President Raymond Allen read a letter by Heilman, he scribbled a note to his provost: "I like this man's philosophy very much . . . would he not make an excellent Dean of Arts and Sciences?" Heilman had been at the university less than four months. He soon transformed the department, making Washington a national center for poetry. He exhibited courage and ingenuity in defending academic freedom from yahooism and McCarthyism, nurtured and protected an ailing and unpredictable Roethke (a letter about Roethke is one of the wisest and most eloquent letters ever written by a university administrator), and struggled with demands for the appointment of black faculty as well as with the volatile campus politics of the sixties. Heilman's major correspondents - especially his Washington colleagues Solomon Katz and Andrew Hilen - were learned and articulate masters of the epistolary art. To read his letters and theirs is to understand that Samuel Johnson's famous observation "we shall receive no letters in the grave" was not a sigh of expected relief from nuisance and obligation but an anticipatory lament over the loss of a supreme pleasure.



Male Femaling

Male Femaling Author Richard Ekins
ISBN-10 9781134844739
Release 2002-11-01
Pages 208
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The glamour of transvestite fashion is the epitome of 90s style, but the significance of cross-dressing and sex-changing goes much deeper than the annals of fashion. Ekins vividly details the innermost desires and the varied practices of males who wear the clothes of women for the pleasure it gives them (cross-dressers), or who wish to change sex and are actively going about it (sex-changers). This unique and fascinating book transforms an area of study previously dominated by clinical models to look instead at cross-dressing and sex-changing as a highly variable social process. Giving precedence to the processual and ermergent nature of much cross-dressing and sex-changing phenomena, the book traces the phased femaling career path of the 'male femaler' from 'beginning femaling' through to 'consolidating femaling'. Based upon seventeen years of fieldwork, life history work, qualitative analysis, archival work and contact with several thousand cross-dressers and sex-changers, the book meticulously and systematically develops a theory of 'male femaling' which has major ramifications for both the field of 'transvestism' and 'transsexualism', and for the analysis of sex and gender more generally. Male-Femaling provides social and cultural theorists with a lively case study for the generation of new theory. Social psychologists and sociologists interested in seeing grounded theory applied to a particular case study will be well rewarded. It will be essential reading for students of gender studies who seek to explore the interrelations between sex, sexuality and gender from the informants' point of view.



Never Too Old to Teach

Never Too Old to Teach Author Neil M. Goldman
ISBN-10 9781578869763
Release 2009-01-16
Pages 336
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Never Too Old to Teach is a heart-warming story of a middle-aged man's first year of teaching high school after spending twenty years in a corporate cubicle. Written in a humorous, straightforward style with minimal technical jargon, this book provides richly detailed accounts of events, lessons, and conversations that actually took place in the author's special education English classroom. Goldman's accounts are accompanied by narratives and reflections that give the reader insight into the true nature of teaching high school English to a diverse student body with learning disabilities, covering issues such as maintaining classroom control, effective curriculum development, collaboration with families for positive student outcomes, successfully working with administration, the benefits of teaching in middle age, and establishing student rapport.



Great Pianists on Piano Playing

Great Pianists on Piano Playing Author James Francis Cooke
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105042500913
Release 1917
Pages 418
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Great Pianists on Piano Playing has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Great Pianists on Piano Playing also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Great Pianists on Piano Playing book for free.



Awakening Genius in the Classroom

Awakening Genius in the Classroom Author Thomas Armstrong
ISBN-10 9780871203021
Release 1998
Pages 81
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"Every student is a genius," declares author Thomas Armstrong, and an educator's most important job is to discover and nurture the "genius qualities" that all students were born with but that may no longer be obvious. Urging readers to look beyond traditional understandings of what constitutes genius, Armstrong describes 12 such qualities: curiosity, playfulness, imagination, creativity, wonder, wisdom, inventiveness, vitality, sensitivity, flexibility, humor, and joy. He cites research in various fields that supports this broader understanding of genius and explains how influences in the home, the popular media, and the school itself "shut down" the genius in students. Combining thoughtful insights and practical information, Armstrong offers guiding principles to help educators awaken genius in the classroom--beginning with awakening the genius in themselves. Readers will find dozens of suggested activities and helpful resources to provide "genius experiences" and create a "genial climate" in the classroom. In addition, suggestions for further study at the end of each section provide starting points for personal and professional reflection and growth. As it celebrates the potential brainpower waiting to be unlocked in classrooms everywhere, Awakening Genius in the Classroom inspires educators to look at their students from a different perspective and to reinvigorate their teaching with a new sense of excitement and possibility. The result, Armstrong concludes, could extend far beyond the classroom and transform not only our schools, but the entire world.



The Underground History of American Education

The Underground History of American Education Author John Taylor Gatto
ISBN-10 0945700040
Release 2001-01
Pages 412
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The underground history of the American education will take you on a journey into the background, philosophy, psychology, politics, and purposes of compulsion schooling.



25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and How to Avoid Them

25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and How to Avoid Them Author Carolyn Orange
ISBN-10 9781629148441
Release 2014-11-18
Pages 288
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Avoid common teaching mistakes and acquire positive strategies and approaches! All teachers make mistakes, but when those missteps involve students, they can have negative effects for years to come. This second edition of the bestseller by Carolyn Orange offers reflective scenarios and insights to help teachers learn from examples of undesirable teaching techniques and find better ways to address challenging or stressful classroom situations. 25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and How to Avoid Them, Second Edition, includes newly updated scenarios containing real student voices and teacher vignettes, as well as the author's prescriptions for better solutions. Drawn from many years of teaching experience, each prescription is aligned with sound educational theory and provides a dash of humor to help the solution stick. The book is organized into six sections, covering: • Discipline • Teacher-student relations • Classroom policy and practices • Classroom management and instruction • Personality and professionalism • Teaching style and behavior Excellent for staff development workshops and seminars, preservice and inservice teachers, and teacher leaders and mentors, this book’s real-life examples offer valuable professional lessons while helping teachers better understand the responses and feelings of their students.



Guided Math A Framework for Mathematics Instruction

Guided Math  A Framework for Mathematics Instruction Author Sammons, Laney
ISBN-10 9781618137951
Release 2017-03-01
Pages 266
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Use a practical approach to teaching mathematics that integrates proven literacy strategies for effective instruction. This professional resource will help to maximize the impact of instruction through the use of whole-class instruction, small-group instruction, and Math Workshop. Incorporate ideas for using ongoing assessment to guide your instruction and increase student learning, and use hands-on, problem-solving experiences with small groups to encourage mathematical communication and discussion. Guided Math supports the College and Career Readiness and other state standards.