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Reimagine social studies through culture, diversity, and inclusivity for all primary students Primary educators know that little kids can do big things. So why teach the same old lessons when we can expose students to impactful, interesting, and beautiful ideas about the real world? In an era of heightened political tensions and narrowed curricular focus, superstar educators Naomi O'Brien and LaNesha Tabb have found a surprising way to expose our youngest learners to more perspectives, center culture in the primary classroom, and take the need-and potential-for teaching about citizenship seriously: social studies! By laying out their revolutionary approach to teaching social studies, O'Brien and Tabb explain how to provide students with a deep but achievable understanding of global social systems as they're transformed by history, sociology, economics, geography, and civics. And, because the Unpack Your Impact curriculum can be folded into existing lessons for almost any topic, students garner an inclusive and interdisciplinary appreciation for how all learning shapes, and is shaped by, a diverse array of human cultures. Inspiring, optimistic, and empowering, Unpack Your Impact shows that primary teachers can make a positive impact-individually and globally. Unpack Your Impact delivers a profound and fresh perspective on cultural integration in social studies classrooms. It equips readers with meaningful and tangible methods to have honest discussions while exploring topics that have been desperately missing from traditional textbooks. Personally, my favorite aspect of the book is that LaNesha and Naomi present eye-opening ways to provide historical meaning across various subjects.-Dr. Valerie Camille Jones, mathematics specialist and Presidential Award winner LaNesha and Naomi have done it again! As educators, they understand what steps are needed to help teachers rethink their practices. The duo continues to push educators to do better for ALL kids!-Vera Ahiyya, educator and book curator This is what I wish I had in my early years of teaching. It is practical, inspiring, relevant, and needed! I encourage all educators to read this book and learn from two of the best!-Shaun Woodly, PhD, author, educator, speaker, and found of the movement Teach Hustle Inspire

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Author by Naomi O'Brien
Genre Education
Publisher by Dave Burgess Consulting
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ISBN-10 1951600673
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An essential relocation guide refreshed and updated for todayâe(tm)s movers. More than 34 million Americans move each year, and studies show it can be one of the heaviest strains on a marriage. For women especially, relocating can be a traumatic event. With true stories, ingenious insights, and helpful hints, this great book makes transitioning smoother so women can get on with their lives. Those who are moving will find this valuable book as important as packing tape. Divided into three sections, After the Boxes are Unpacked helps recent movers focus on letting go of their past, starting over, and moving ahead. Topics include the following: How to manage the emotional stress of leaving family and friends How to support your spouse through a relocation How to build new relationships in a new city How to help children adjust to new surroundings and make friends How to find a new church home How to navigate financial challenges related to moving How to discover Godâe(tm)s will for you and your family in a new city This evergreen book has been a staple for movers for 20 years and has been extensively refreshed with additional content for todayâe(tm)s movers. âeoeSusan is doing a tremendous job of helping women deal with the trauma of transition. This resource will help anyone who wants to move ahead in a healthy way after theyâe(tm)ve experienced a move. I highly recommend this book.âe âe"John Trent, PhD, President of StrongFamilies.com

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Author by Susan Miller
Genre Family & Relationships
Publisher by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
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ISBN-10 9781589978492
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This accessible resource assists teachers, instructional coaches, principals, and curricular leaders to adopt a simple, straightforward framework that allows educators to seamlessly align high quality learning targets with specific standards. Full of examples across grade levels and subjects, this useful book helps educators deepen their understanding of content and design more efficient lessons that will aid student learning and readiness. Unpacking Your Learning Targets is a guide into a deeper understanding of creating and designing learning targets that foster student learning and success for all.

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Author by Sean McWherter
Genre Education
Publisher by Routledge
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ISBN-10 9781000197921
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Book 3 of the trilogy, A Relative Invasion. 1945. Who could predict the explosive climax within the quiet Wilson family? With evacuation over, Bill must face the austerity of home in post-war London, heart-rending miles from his loving foster billet. Worse, invasive cousin Kenneth will live with him. Adolescent tensions simmer as the two develop different talents. Everything Bill has, Kenneth grasps... until one reach too far into Bill's psychological territory. There's a fearful climax with dreadful consequences for everyone around them. Reaching adulthood, can Bill find an honourable resolution, or will Kenneth always be a threat?

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Author by Rosalind Minett
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One day, third-grade teacher Kyle Schwartz asked her students to fill-in-the-blank in this sentence: "I wish my teacher knew _____." The results astounded her. Some answers were humorous, others were heartbreaking-all were profoundly moving and enlightening. The results opened her eyes to the need for educators to understand the unique realities their students face in order to create an open, safe and supportive place in the classroom. When Schwartz shared her experience online, #IWishMyTeacherKnew became an immediate worldwide viral phenomenon. Schwartz's book tells the story of #IWishMyTeacherKnew, including many students' emotional and insightful responses, and ultimately provides an invaluable guide for teachers, parents, and communities.

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Author by Kyle Schwartz
Genre Education
Publisher by Da Capo Lifelong Books
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ISBN-10 9780738219158
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Twenty years ago, they were the best of friends. When Connie invites her university gang on the holiday of a lifetime - a safari in the Kalahari - they have little in common anymore. Is getting them back together a terrible mistake? Despite the undercurrent of tension, they are drawn into the adventure and begin to enjoy each other again, a million miles away from their daily concerns. They finally have space to explore what really matters. But a series of events and revelations bring new challenges to the group. As their lives start to unravel, they see how they are all linked together. New relationships are formed, old ones run their course, and news from home brings further tragedy. The Art of Unpacking Your Life is a beautiful book about friendship, growing up, and that, despite growing apart, your oldest friends can be the ones to sustain you through life's greatest sadness and deepest joy.

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Author by Shireen Jilla
Genre Fiction
Publisher by Bloomsbury Publishing
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ISBN-10 9781448215195
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ADDICTIONS OF THE SOUL is the second book of a three set collection. The first being THE INTIMATE HORRORS OF RELATIONSHIPS which explored the pain of Love. ADDICTIONS is about how Love is the worst addiction and what the author has seen through his own eyes and eyes of friends who try to replace Love with other things including suicide. It's a very dark collection with a few happy poems in it that will amaze and make you think. This collection is and will be worth anyone's time if they are open to see the darkness that resides inside due to that demon called Love...

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Author by Miguel Bizarre
Genre Poetry
Publisher by Trafford Publishing
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ISBN-10 9781426967016
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The 10-Step Program for Creating a Healthy Lifestyle Plan That Really Works The Dorm Room Diet Revised and Updated Edition Figuring out how to eat right and stay healthy on your own can be hard! Here is help from someone who's been there. Like many girls, Daphne Oz struggled with her weight as a teenager and hated the extreme restrictions of fad diets. She wanted to find a healthy lifestyle solution that would let her enjoy a full college experience without packing on the proverbial Freshman 15. But could it be done? With the help of her father and grandfather, both cardiac surgeons, and her mother and grandmother, both holistic nutrition advisors, Daphne developed a whole new approach to managing her weight. How well did it work? You be the judge: In her first semester of college, she not only skipped the typical beer-and-pizza-fueled weight gain—she lost 10 pounds and became healthier than she had ever been. The transition to college life presents a golden opportunity to seize control of your health for good, and now the secrets of Daphne's success are available to you in The Dorm Room Diet. Get inspired. Get informed. Get started! In this revised and updated edition of her national bestseller, Daphne shows you how to: stop eating out of emotional need navigate the most common danger zones for unhealthy eating, such as eating on the run, late-night studying, sporting events, and parties get the exercise you need, even in your dorm room choose vitamins and supplements wisely Daphne also includes recipes that you can prepare in your dorm room or kitchen (including vegan and gluten-free dishes), and an informative, new section on "conscious eating," explaining how your food choices affect your health and the planet. The Dorm Room Diet will empower you to use your newfound independence to create a healthy lifestyle while in college—and for the rest of your life.

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Author by Daphne Oz
Genre Health & Fitness
Publisher by Harper Collins
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ISBN-10 9781557049315
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Since the 2016 presidential election, the term fake news has become part of the national discourse. In this book, leading civic education scholars unpack why fake news is effective and show K-12 educators how they can teach their students to be critical consumers of the political media they encounter.

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Author by H. James Garrett
Genre Education
Publisher by Teachers College Press
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ISBN-10 9780807761144
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