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More Info Reroute the Preschool Juggernaut (Hoover Institution Press Publication)
by Chester E. Finn Jr.

Chester E. Finn, Jr. outlines the issues that define, animate, and complicate today's contentious pre-kindergarten debate in American education. He examines such topics as: which children really need it; how many aren't getting it; who should provide it and at what expense; what is the right balance between education and child care; and how to know whether it is succeeding.Chester E. Finn, Jr. outlines the issues that define, animate, and complicate today's contentious pre-kindergarten debate in American education. He examines such topics as: which children really need it; how many aren't...
More Info 7 Must Know Strategies To Learn : Time To Achieve
by Scott Young

Learning is the foundation for success in nearly every aspect of life.
First you start in school.
Clearly learning matters here – learning well allows you to get good grades, get accepted to the best schools and graduate without the grind. Then you start work. Learning becomes a path to improvement – it gives you valuable skills so you can be a leader instead of just another cog in the system.
Learning matters for your health.
You need to learn what to eat, how to work out and how to maintain good habits. Learning matters for your relationships. Learning how people are, the...
More Info Enriching the Brain: How to Maximize Every Learner's Potential
by Eric Jensen

Eric Jensen—a leading expert in the translation of brain research into education, argues in Enriching the Brain that we greatly underestimate students’ achievement capacity. Drawing from a wide range of neuroscience research as well as related studies, Jensen reveals that the human brain is far more dynamic and malleable than we earlier believed. He offers us a powerful new understanding of how the brain can be “enriched,” across the board to maximize learning, memory, behavior and overall function. The bottom line is we have far more to do with how our children’s brains turn out than we...
More Info Essential Laptops: The Illustrated Guide to using your Laptop (Computer Essentials Book 1)
by Kevin Wilson

We’ve all been there before, staring at a screen with no idea what to do — and now there's another update that’s just come out. Whatever the computer-related task — and whatever your technical ability — Essential Laptops is here to help. In this guide, Kevin walks you through your device, one step at a time. Packed full of tutorials, illustrations and photographs to help you, here’s what you’ll look at...
Choosing a laptop Understanding laptop specifications and decoding the jargon Understanding the hardware components: CPU, RAM, Hard Drives, USB and so on Setting up your laptop Turning...
More Info Nursing 411: The Ultimate Career Guide for Busy Adults: How to Earn Your Degree While Keeping Your Day Job and Raising Your Family
by Salimah Jones

Have you ever thought about a nursing career, but life's obstacles have stood in your way? Are you a current nurse with a desire to further your education, but just can't find a way to fit it into your hectic schedule? If so, then NURSING 411: THE ULTIMATE CAREER GUIDE FOR BUSY ADULTS is the book you need! Whether you are a parent, a spouse, or a fulltime employee; this step-by-step handbook will guide you through the entire process of how to launch and advance your nursing career. Not only will you learn all about the nursing profession and the expanded number of jobs available in this...
More Info Learning to Forget: Schooling and Family Life in New Haven's Working Class, 1870-1940
by Stephen Lassonde

This book offers an insightful view of the complex relations between home and school in the working-class immigrant Italian community of New Haven, Connecticut. Through the lenses of history, sociology, and education, Learning to Forget presents a highly readable account of cross-generational experiences during the period from 1870 to 1940, chronicling one generation’s suspicions toward public education and another’s need to assimilate. Through careful research Lassonde finds that not all working class parents were enthusiastic supporters of education. Not only did the time and energy...
More Info Attention, Balance and Coordination: The A.B.C. of Learning Success
by Sally Goddard Blythe

Attention, Balance and Coordination is the most up-to-date handbook for professionals involved in education and child development, providing a new understanding of the source of specific behavioural problems. Written by a respected author of acclaimed titles in this field Explains why early reflexes are important, their functions indevelopment and their effects on learning, behaviour andbeyond - also covers adult neurological dysfunctionsanxietyand agoraphobia Builds on anABC of Attention, Balance and Coordination to create a unique look across specific learning difficulties, linked by...
More Info Learn R in a Day
by Steven Murray

'Learn R in a Day' provides the reader with key programming skills through an examples-oriented approach and is ideally suited for academics, scientists, mathematicians and engineers. The book assumes no prior knowledge of computer programming and progressively covers all the essential steps needed to become confident and proficient in using R within a day. Topics include how to input, manipulate, format, iterate (loop), query, perform basic statistics on, and plot data, via a step-by-step technique and demonstrations using in-built datasets which the reader is encouraged to replicate on...
More Info The Table Tennis Psychology Workbook: How to Use Advanced Sports Psychology to Succeed on the Ping Pong Table
by Danny Uribe MASEP


Players hear it all the time…
"Ping Pong is 90% Mental, and 10% Physical”
"It's All in Your Head"
"The Only One that Can Stop You is You"
"You have to be Mentally Tough!"

But what exactly do those sayings mean??? Without something concrete, it's difficult for players to understand what it specifically takes to have a mental approach primed for success.

And rather than have a debate with someone who knows nothing about mental training or...
More Info Watches, The History of Time: An Extensive Look
by Samuel Johnson

This book tells the reader about the history of different timepieces, why they are given different names such as the chronograph or the Diver's watch and how they revolutionized human practices in their time. The book has classified 10 different types of watches; Swiss watch, Quartz watch, Radio controlled watch, Chronograph watch, Diver's watch, Pilot's watch, Space watch, Military watch, Sports watch and the Race watch.
Each of the watches discussed above have come from some idea about making a certain practice better than before. These watches have served to make life easier for man in...