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Unteachable

Author : Leah Raeder
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An edgy, sexy USA TODAY bestseller about falling for the one person you can’t have. Maise O’Malley just turned eighteen, but she’s felt like a grown-up her entire life. The summer before senior year, she has plans: get into a great film school, convince her mom to go into rehab, and absolutely do not, under any circumstances, screw up her own future. But life has a way of throwing her plans into free-fall. When Maise meets Evan at a carnival one night, their chemistry is immediate, intense, and short-lived. Which is exactly how she likes it: no strings. But afterward, she can’t get Evan out of her head. He’s taught her that a hookup can be something more. It can be an unexpected connection with someone who truly understands her. Someone who sees beyond her bravado to the scared but strong girl inside. That someone turns out to be her new film class teacher, Mr. Evan Wilke. Maise and Evan resolve to keep their hands off each other, but the attraction is too much to bear. Together, they’re real and genuine; apart, they’re just actors playing their parts for everyone else. And their masks are slipping. People start to notice. Rumors fly. When the truth comes to light in a shocking way, they may learn they were just playing parts for each other, too. Smart, sexy, and provocative, Unteachable is about what happens when a love story goes off-script.

Unteachable

Author : Leah Raeder
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An edgy, sexy USA TODAY bestseller about falling for the one person you can’t have. Maise O’Malley just turned eighteen, but she’s felt like a grown-up her entire life. The summer before senior year, she has plans: get into a great film school, convince her mom to go into rehab, and absolutely do not, under any circumstances, screw up her own future. But life has a way of throwing her plans into free-fall. When Maise meets Evan at a carnival one night, their chemistry is immediate, intense, and short-lived. Which is exactly how she likes it: no strings. But afterward, she can’t get Evan out of her head. He’s taught her that a hookup can be something more. It can be an unexpected connection with someone who truly understands her. Someone who sees beyond her bravado to the scared but strong girl inside. That someone turns out to be her new film class teacher, Mr. Evan Wilke. Maise and Evan resolve to keep their hands off each other, but the attraction is too much to bear. Together, they’re real and genuine; apart, they’re just actors playing their parts for everyone else. And their masks are slipping. People start to notice. Rumors fly. When the truth comes to light in a shocking way, they may learn they were just playing parts for each other, too. Smart, sexy, and provocative, Unteachable is about what happens when a love story goes off-script.

Unteachable Lessons

Author : Carl McColman
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Why Christian spirituality must be "caught" rather than "taught." We speak of spirituality as a “journey,” which implies not only a destination toward which we travel, but countless adventures encountered along the way. The journey is the destination—both at once. We may all be trying to get to the heart of God, but there are infinite ways to get there. Can wisdom collected along the pilgrim path even be captured in words, codified into a book? Probably not. And why do the wisest books refuse to offer glib formulas or step-by-step instructions for happiness or enlightenment? Why are the great spiritual classics mostly just an invitation to keep our eyes, ears—and especially hearts—open? Because we’re often stumbling on miracles while we’re looking for something else. Using engaging and disarming stories from his own life, Carl McColman, a leading author of books in spirituality, gently leads readers toward a recognition that although the wisdom of the past is worth reading, hearing or reading others’ experience of God is ultimately no substitute for opening our own eyes, ears, and hearts to God.

Teaching the Unteachable Student

Author : Nigel Francis
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Have you ever had to deal with challenging students? The kind of students who repeatedly skip class, rarely hand in work, and always have plenty of attitude when you attempt to correct their behaviour. Do you at times feel like pulling your hair out and simply giving up? Well dont throw in the towel just yet. Teaching the Unteachable Student will provide you with strategies to help you overcome challenging behaviours in the classroom. This book goes beyond traditional classroom management techniques; it is a book dedicated to reshaping your students character. Ultimately, for students to be successful, they must develop Six Key Elements of Character that include: Respect, Responsibility, Perseverance, Caring, Citizenship, and Trustworthiness. As you use the strategies in this book to inspire these core traits in your students, you will find: a renewed passion and confidence in your teaching; an ability to connect with your students and build genuine relationships; a significant improvement in your students academic progress and overall character. Get ready to do the unthinkable by Teaching the Unteachable.

Teaching the Unteachable

Author : Marie Delaney
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There are a wealth of teaching books with strategies and tips for dealing with challenging behaviour and disruptive students. Most teachers know a variety of strategies and have had some success in implementing them. But what happens when they don't work? In the fast-paced, pressurised, often chaotic life of a school, there are times when even the best tried and tested ideas do not seem to work with some classes and some students. There are days when some children seem completely unteachable and unreachable. Although a relatively small group of pupils, these children take up a lot of teacher's planning, thinking and emotional time. Even the most experienced teacher will have times when these pupils do not respond, leaving the teacher feeling de-skilled and incompetent. This book is aimed at helping teachers deal with these situations and feelings. It explores the factors behind those 'bad days' and looks at what can be done when nothing seems to work. There are several good books on effective behaviour management. There are also books about therapeutic work with children who are having emotional and behavioural problems at school. Based on the author's experience as a teacher, trainer and Educational Therapist, this book combines both types of thinking. The book looks at the issue from two perspectives: The teacher (primary and secondary) 1. what these children do to us 2. the way our emotions affect the management of relationships 3. conscious and unconscious processes which affect readiness for teaching and learning 4. developing skills and classroom strategies 5. finding and using support The child 1. Why some students are just more difficult to teach 2. The effects of loss, separation, neglect and trauma on learning 3. Ways for a teacher to reach and teach these children The book includes practical, accessible examples based on the writer's experience. Real-life examples include failures.

Teaching the Unteachable

Author : Herbert R. Kohl
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Teaching the Unteachable Student

Author : Nigel Francis
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Have you ever had to deal with challenging students? The kind of students who repeatedly skip class, rarely hand in work, and always have plenty of attitude when you attempt to correct their behaviour. Do you at times feel like pulling your hair out and simply giving up? Well don't throw in the towel just yet. Teaching the Unteachable Student will provide you with strategies to help you overcome challenging behaviours in the classroom. This book goes beyond traditional classroom management techniques; it is a book dedicated to reshaping your students' character. Ultimately, for students to be successful, they must develop Six Key Elements of Character' that include: Respect, Responsibility, Perseverance, Caring, Citizenship, and Trustworthiness. As you use the strategies in this book to inspire these core traits in your students, you will find: a renewed passion and confidence in your teaching; an ability to connect with your students and build genuine relationships; a significant improvement in your students' academic progress and overall character. Get ready to do the unthinkable by Teaching the Unteachable.

Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York

Author : New York (State). Legislature. Assembly
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Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York

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Annual Report

Author : New York (State). State Hospital Commission
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Vols. for 1895/96-1919/20 include annual reports of the various stae hospitals (1908/09-1919/20 summaries only).

Annual Report of the State Commission in Lunacy for the Year

Author : New York (State). State Commission in Lunacy
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The Pedagogical Contract

Author : Yun Lee Too
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Rethinks the teacher-student relationship from its ancient roots to the present

The Great Awakening on Temperance and The Great Controversy Romanism Protestantism and Judaism

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Annual Report July 1 to June 30

Author : New York (State). State Hospital Commission
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Annual Report of the Department of Mental Hygiene

Author : New York (State). Dept. of Mental Hygiene
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Unteachable Lessons

Author : McColman Carl (author)
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You Re Always Being Interviewed

Author : Ron Brumbarger
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Youre Always Being Interviewed. Is not just the title of this book its a mantra to be incorporated into your everyday life. Whether you like it or not, your reputation and personal brand are constantly in development and demonstrated by your character, relationships, habits and etiquette. Drawing on his many years as a Talent Spotter, Ron Brumbarger reveals why its vital you demonstrate strong character, even during interactions you believe are inconsequential. He shares numerous stories of intentionally extraordinary individuals who made a positive and long-lasting impression and how they did it as well as stories of those who missed the boat. Learn more about the book at http://yourealwaysbeinginterviewed.com Ron explains the concept of relational capital and why its of utmost importance in all relationships. Discover the benefits of exhibiting poise, grace, and discipline with this guide to being intentionally extraordinary at all times and in all things.

Annual Report of the Trustees of the Syracuse State Institution for Feeble Minded Children for the Year

Author : Syracuse State Institution for Feeble-Minded Children (N.Y.)
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Interpartner Dynamics in Strategic Alliances

Author : T. K. Das
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Interpartner Dynamics in Strategic Alliances is a volume in the book series Research in Strategic Alliances that will focus on providing a robust and comprehensive forum for new scholarship in the field of strategic alliances. In particular, the books in the series will cover new views of interdisciplinary theoretical frameworks and models, significant practical problems of alliance organization and management, and emerging areas of inquiry. The series will also include comprehensive empirical studies of selected segments of business, economic, industrial, government, and non-profit activities with wide prevalence of strategic alliances. Through the ongoing release of focused topical titles, this book series will seek to disseminate theoretical insights and practical management information that will enable interested professionals to gain a rigorous and comprehensive understanding of the field of strategic alliances. Interpartner Dynamics in Strategic Alliances contains contributions by leading scholars in the field of strategic alliance research. The 13 chapters in this volume cover a number of significant topics that speak to the critical issues in the interactions between partner firms in strategic alliances. The chapter topics cover both the broader issues, such as relational mechanisms in alliances, role of interpersonal networks, parental control of joint ventures, conflict management, interpartner diversity, and multilevel embeddedness in multilateral alliances, and the more focused problems of alliance competence, roles of third parties, accounting for partner trust, relationship quality in construction alliances, and how natural resources may impact alliance formation. The chapters include empirical as well as conceptual treatments of the selected topics, and collectively present a wide-ranging review of the noteworthy research perspectives on interpartner dynamics in strategic alliances.

Virtue in the Cave

Author : Roslyn Weiss
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In this radical new interpretation of Plato's Meno, Roslyn Weiss exposes the farcical nature of the slave-boy-demonstration and challenges the widely held assumption that the Meno introduces "Platonic" metaphysical and epistemological innovations into an otherwise "Socratic" dialogue. She shows that the Meno is intended as a defense not of all inquiry but of moral inquiry alone, and that it locates the validity of Socratic method in its ability to arrive not at moral knowledge but at the far more modest moral true belief. Through a careful, and provocative, reading of Plato's Meno, Weiss identifies serious problems in its orthodox interpretations, offering an alternative that is responsive to the dialogue's drama. Virtue in the Cave will appeal not only to students of ancient philosophy and the classics, but also to anyone who is interested in how to live right in a world of moral uncertainty.