Study Skills Connected

Author: Stella Cottrell
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137019441
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Engaging, accessible and practical, this book helps students to get the most out of new technologies to enhance their learning practices, engage with their studies and improve their study skills. Covering a broad range of topics, it encourages a reflective perspective on e-learning resources.

The Study Skills Handbook

Author: Stella Cottrell
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137289260
Size: 15,25 MB
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THE ORIGINAL AND BEST – BY THE MILLION COPY BESTSELLING AUTHOR If you are serious about succeeding with your studies, The Study Skills Handbook is for you! Stella Cottrell has helped hundreds of thousands of students to make learning easier, faster and more enjoyable. Recognising that we all have our own unique formula for success, her tried and trusted approach allows you to find the key to unlock your potential and develop the skills you need to improve your grades, build your confidence and plan for the future you want. This fully revised fourth edition features: • Chapters on all the core study skills – including research, critical thinking, MA26 writing, revision, team work and more • E-learning coverage throughout • Illustrations and a strong visual design – acting as memory joggers, reinforcing learning and making the book more accessible, fun and engaging • Lots of new material including brand new chapters on student success and time management No matter whether you have just left school or MA26, whether you are a mature, part-time or international student, The Study Skills Handbook is your passport to success.

The No Nonsense Guide To Training In Libraries

Author: Barbara Allan
Editor: Facet Publishing
ISBN: 1856048284
Size: 12,43 MB
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This book is aimed at helping experienced trainers, as well as those who are still developing their skills, and provides guidance on the design and delivery of effective training courses with topics including: the people side of training; use of technologies to support training practices; different approaches to learning and teaching; planning and designing training; delivering training: face-to-face and blended learning; evaluation of training events and continuous improvement; and learning and development in the workplace. This guide uses case studies and examples of best practice from public, school, academic, special, and government libraries.

Teaching Sociology Successfully

Author: Andrew B. Jones
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317279638
Size: 15,51 MB
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Teaching Sociology Successfully is a comprehensive guide to teaching, learning and delivering sociology, not only with success but with confidence. Carefully combing insightful anecdotes and practical ideas with key theoretical concepts on planning, learning styles and assessment, this book is an essential tool for both new and experienced teachers of sociology. Each chapter focuses on a particular aspect of the teaching and learning process – from preparing to teach the subject for the first time to measuring student progress over time – in an approachable yet rigorous way. This practical guide will help you to: improve your knowledge of specifications and syllabuses at GCSE and AS/A Level; provide the best pedagogic approaches for teaching sociology; think about learning styles, skills and capacities in relation to teaching sociology; gain practical ideas and activities for improving student’s argumentation, evaluation and essay writing skills; apply strategies for teaching abstract sociological theories and concepts; make the teaching of research methods engaging and interesting; deal with practical issues such as planning and assessing learning; encourage students’ independent learning and revision; connect ICT, social networking websites and the mass media to further students’ sociological knowledge; tackle the thorny issues of politics and controversial topics. Drawing on the author’s own experiences, Teaching Sociology Successfully helps readers to identify, unpack and negotiate challenges common to those teaching sociology. Complete with a variety of pedagogical resources, it provides tasks and further reading to support CPD and reflective practice. This book will be an invaluable tool for students on PGCE social science training courses, as well as School Direct candidates and undergraduates studying BEds in similar fields.

The Capacity To Share

Author: A. Hickling-Hudson
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137014636
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This discussion of Cuba's international policies in education shows how Cuba shares its educational resources with other countries. The postcolonial critique underlying the book explores Cuba's role in relation to how the disengagement from colonial legacies in education is taking place in many countries.

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Dangerous Multilingualism

Author: J. Blommaert
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137283564
Size: 10,98 MB
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Focuses on the endangering effects of language-ideological processes. This book looks at the challenges imposed by globalization and super-diversity on the nation state and its language situations and ideologies, and demonstrates how many of its problems rise from the tension between late-modern diversity and the (pre-)modernist responses to it.

Nursing Research

Author: Kader Parahoo
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137281278
Size: 14,35 MB
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Learning about research can be a daunting task. Kader Parahoo's bestselling Nursing Research guides beginners gently but thoroughly, as well as presenting new debates and perspectives to those with some research experience. This latest edition includes three timely new chapters on qualitative methods, introducing grounded theory, phenomenology and ethnography. It integrates the discussion of evidence-based practice throughout, advises on systemic literature reviewing and clearly explains a wealth of methods and skills to support your understanding of research. An explanatory glossary at the end of the book complements Parahoo's accessible writing style, ensuring all readers can get to grips with the knowledge needed to read, comprehend and critique research. This popular book offers a comprehensive introduction to important research concepts, processes and issues. It equips students with the information and skills they need to utilise research throughout study and in everyday practice.

Diy Wifi Re Imagining Connectivity

Author: K. Jungnickel
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 113731253X
Size: 10,67 MB
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Based on extensive fieldwork, Jungnickel's research into community WiFi networking explores the innovative digital cultures of ordinary people making extra-ordinary things. Committed to making 'ournet, not the internet', these digital tinkerers re-inscribe wireless broadband technology with new meanings and re-imagined possibilities of use.

A Classroom Of One

Author: Gene I. Maeroff
Editor: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 1403960852
Size: 11,89 MB
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A study of online learning throughout the world examines virtual campuses, evaluating the methods by which electronic learning is conducted while reviewing the business of online education.