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STEPHEN D. BROOKFIELD is Distinguished Professor at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. He has written widely on the topics of adult education, critical thinking, and teaching and has received numerous awards for his books.
Reading Without Limits is a practical, highly customizable guide to help teachers significantly raise student achievement in the core areas of reading, writing, and research.
Outsmarting Anger offers surefire strategies for transforming anger in yourself and others.
Prodigal Christianity offers a compelling and creative vision for North American Christians, especially those sympathetic with a critique of traditional evangelicalism, that puts forth a missional theology and ten critical signposts for the journey into a very different kind of future for the church.
Surviving Your Child's Adolescence: How to Understand, and Even Enjoy the Rocky Road to Independence
Why is your teenager trying to drive you crazy? Find out what your child is going through and what you can do to help your teen and yourself navigate this difficult period in this practical guide from the author of the popular Psychology Today blog "Surviving Your Child's Adolescence."
From two bestselling authors and popular trainers, The Ten-Minute Inservice offers school leaders quick, simple, specific steps to take to make an immediate difference in teaching and learning.
Written by recognized authorities in emotional intelligence, this book will help today's high school and college students understand and develop their emotional intelligence in order to enjoy a richer learning experience and superior academic achievement.
The Transparent Teacher outlines and illustrates a step-by-step process for breaking down professional isolation and cultivating opportunities for meaningful learning through the Teacher-Driven Observation process.
Effective school leadership is not the product of innate charisma, charm, or personality. It’s how a leader uses their time.
A short, practical guide to the most helpful approaches and exercises that teachers use when working with adult learners.
Mentor: Guiding the Journey of Adult Learners (with New Foreword, Introduction, and Afterword), 2nd Edition
With a reflective new introduction and afterword and a new foreword by noted expert Lois J. Zachary, this reissue of Mentor will once again be a valuable and classic resource for all those who care about mentoring learners for success and fulfillment.
To Improve the Academy: Resources for Faculty, Instructional, and Organizational Development, Volume 31
This annual volume offers examples and resources for the enrichment of all educational developers.
The Wiley Learning Institute in collaboration with Jossey-Bass, is offering faculty, campus leaders, and business professionals the opportunity to participate in interactive professional development workshops in January
Speed Learning For Kids: The Must-Have Brain-Training Tools to Succeed at School
Dr. Chip Fletcher discusses Global Warming trends.
Two highly experienced consultants and academic leaders show the benefits and value of using Appreciative Inquiry, which focuses on getting more of what is positive, to respond effectively to the tumultous changes in higher education.
Designed for faculty at higher educational institutions, this detailed guide advises on proposal development and awareness building of issues related to grant work within an academic setting.
Helps academic leaders deal with their biggest problem--difficult faculty and staff--by providing a practical six-step model to handle everything from bullying to uncivil behavior to poor performance.
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