Pathways

A Guided Workbook for Youth Beginning Treatment

Author: Timothy J. Kahn

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781884444630

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 152

View: 4087

Pathways

Listening, Speaking, and Critical Thinking 1

Author: Kristin L. Johannsen,Cynthia Fettig,Rebecca Chase,Paul MacIntyre,Kathy Najafi

Publisher: Heinle ELT

ISBN: 9781337407717

Category: English language

Page: N.A

View: 9680

Pathways, Second Edition, is a global, five-level academic English program. Carefully-guided lessons develop the language skills, critical thinking, and learning strategies required for academic success. Using authentic and relevant content from National Geographic, including video, charts, and other infographics, Pathways prepares students to work effectively and confidently in an academic environment.

Reading Pathways

Simple Exercises to Improve Reading Fluency

Author: Dolores G. Hiskes

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0787992895

Category: Education

Page: 135

View: 9857

Now in its fifth edition, Reading Pathways (with help fromDewey the Bookwormâ?¢) offers an easy-to-use, highlyeffective approach to teaching reading accuracy and fluency tostudents of all ages, using a unique pyramid format. Reading pyramids begins with one word, and slowly build intophrases and sentences of gradually increasing complexity. As thestudent moves from the pinnacle to the base of each pyramid, thephrase or sentence becomes a more interesting and expansive, andthe student's confidence grows with each line completed.Progressively building up the amount of text per line increases eyespan, strengthens eye tracking, and develops reading fluency. Thebook also features more challenging multi-syllable word pyramidexercises and games to further develop fluency and vocabulary.Learning to read long words by syllables removes the fear andmystique of multi-syllable words and helps students build thestrong vocabulary so critical for success in reading andwriting. Dewey® and Dewey Decimal Classification® areproprietary trademarks of OCLC Online Computer Library Center, andare used with permission. Dewey the Bookworm™, Dewey D. System, BookwormusGiganticus™, and the design mark of the character Dewey aretrademarks of Dolores G. Hiskes and are also used withpermission.

Pathways

Author: Jeri Taylor

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743453851

Category: Fiction

Page: 528

View: 6767

In her acclaimed novel Mosaic, Jeri Taylor, co-creator and former executive producer of the Star Trek: Voyager® television series, explored the previously unrevealed past of Captain Kathryn Janeway, filling in the missing chapters of Janeway's life with a compelling story of bravery, sacrifice, and personal triumph. Now, Pathways traces the winding roads that have led Janeway's fellow officers and closest friends to what may be the greatest crisis of their long journey home. A deadly encounter with hostile aliens has left Captain Janeway's crew separated from the Voyager and slowly starving to death in a disease-ridden alien prison camp. To keep up their determination as they plot their escape, the crew shares with each other the unlikely paths that brought them all to the U.S.S. Voyager™ and the Delta Quadrant. These are the stories of the command crew of U.S.S. Voyager: of a fair-haired youth who seemed destined for greatness -- or disgrace; of a troubled, half-human woman who didn't seem at home anywhere in the galaxy; of a traveler and treasure-hunter who found the greatest prize of all; of a naive young man who lost his love in pursuit of his dreams; of a Vulcan who formed a surprising bond with a human woman of unusual courage and passion; of a child-woman whose boundless curiosity led to a strange new world of marvels and dangers; and of the man who is perhaps closest of all to Kathryn Janeway, the man whose unspoken love and dedication may hold the key to her survival... They began as individuals, following very different pathways, but together, under the leadership of one remarkable woman, they have become one of the finest teams in the known universe, the crew of the U.S.S. Voyager.

Pathways

A Guidebook for Dementia & Alzheimer's Family Caregivers

Author: Kae Hammond

Publisher: Kae Hammond

ISBN: 1432781286

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 226

View: 7963

Possibly the best rescue plan you've ever read.If you are caring for someone with Alzheimers Disease or Related Dementias,PathwaysPathwaysPathways"You have straightened out the curves and turns and false roads of the family caregiver maze. Accurate, useful, dependable, relevant, and reliable. You have done a yeoman's job and all of us who care for a person with dementia will be better for your efforts. PathwaysContact Us:For more information or immediate assistance, contact us at (877) 699-3456 or visit www.dementiahelpcenter.com

Pathways

A Guide for Energizing & Enriching Band, Orchestra & Choral Programs

Author: Joseph Alsobrook

Publisher: GIA Publications

ISBN: 9781579991340

Category: Education

Page: 228

View: 9730

Year after year, music teachers face the same challenges running an effective school music program: to motivate students to grow as musicians, and simply keep them in the program. Pathways is a book that addresses such challenges. Musician and teacher Joseph Alsobrook explains how to meet the needs of music students while simultaneously enjoying a rewarding career as a music educator. This book is divided into five major sections, each full of hands-on suggestions, and each targeting an "essential gift" that all students need to receive. These gifts are the pathways that lead to musical and personal enrichment for students and teachers alike.

Pathways to Reform

Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York

Author: Alexandra W. Logue

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400888336

Category: Education

Page: 416

View: 9165

A personal account of the implementation of a controversial credit transfer program at the nation's third-largest university Change is notoriously difficult in any large organization. Institutions of higher education are no exception. From 2010 to 2013, Alexandra Logue, then chief academic officer of The City University of New York, led a controversial reform initiative known as Pathways. The program aimed to facilitate the transfer of credits among the university’s nineteen constituent colleges in order to improve graduation rates—a long-recognized problem for public universities such as CUNY. Hotly debated, Pathways met with vociferous resistance from many faculty members, drew the attention of local and national media, and resulted in lengthy legal action. In Pathways to Reform, Logue, the figure at the center of the maelstrom, blends vivid personal narrative with an objective perspective to tell how this hard-fought plan was successfully implemented at the third-largest university in the United States. Logue vividly illustrates why change does or does not take place in higher education, and the professional and personal tolls exacted. Looking through the lens of the Pathways program and factoring in key players, she analyzes how governance structures and conflicting interests, along with other institutional factors, impede change—which, Logue shows, is all too rare, slow, and costly. In this environment, she argues, it is shared governance, combined with a strong, central decision-making authority, that best facilitates necessary reform. Logue presents a compelling investigation of not only transfer policy but also power dynamics and university leadership. Shedding light on the inner workings of one of the most important public institutions in the nation, Pathways to Reform provides the first full account of how, despite opposition, a complex higher education initiative was realized. All net royalties received by the author from sales of this book will be donated to The City University of New York to support undergraduate student financial aid.

World Religions

Our Quest for Meaning

Author: David A. Rausch,Carl H. Voss

Publisher: Burns & Oates

ISBN: 9781563380693

Category: Religion

Page: 212

View: 1816

Providing sensitive, knowledgeable, and accessible introductions to all major religions in today's world, the fundamental principle of this Pathways Book is that commitment to one's own religious tradition or philosophical belief does not preclude appreciation of other faiths, but encourages the learner to define more clearly his or her own religious identity.

Cohen's Pathways of the Pulp Expert Consult - E-Book

Author: Louis H. Berman,Kenneth M. Hargreaves,Steven R. Cohen

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 0323079075

Category: Medical

Page: 992

View: 4447

The definitive endodontics reference, Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp is known for its comprehensive coverage of leading-edge information, materials, and techniques. It examines all aspects of endodontic care, from preparing the clinician and patient for endodontic treatment to the role the endodontist can play in the treatment of traumatic injuries and to the procedures used in the treatment of pediatric and older patients. Not only does Hargreaves and Cohen’s 10th edition add five chapters on hot new topics, it also includes online access! As an Expert Consult title, Cohen’s Pathways of the Pulp lets you search the entire contents of the book on your computer, and includes five online chapters not available in the printed text, plus videos, a searchable image collection, and more. For evidence-based endodontics research and treatment, this is your one-stop resource!

Angelic Pathways

An Angel Medium's Guide to Navigating Our Human Experience

Author: Chantel Lysette

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 0738734969

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 235

View: 8587

"Angelic pathways takes an in-depth look at the relationship between humans and the benevolent hosts of heaven—the archangels. From pre-life planning to birth to the moment a soul returns to heaven, archangels walk with humanity every step of the way. They are our older siblings in spirit—heavenly guardians entrusted to teach and to guide. But first and foremost, they are ambassadors of the cosmos who are charged with the task of helping each human fulfill his or her divine purpose. Through personal anecdotes and client accounts, angel intuitive Chantel Lysette shows you how to embrace the archangels for guidance and friendship, find peace in day-to-day living, and understand your purpose for this lifetime." --Publisher description.

Pathways from the Periphery

The Politics of Growth in the Newly Industrializing Countries

Author: Stephan Haggard

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9780801497506

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 276

View: 7780

Writing Pathways

Performance Assessments and Learning Progressions, Grades K-8

Author: Lucy Calkins,Kelly Boland Hohne,Audra Kirshbaum Robb

Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books

ISBN: 9780325057309

Category: Education

Page: 464

View: 4877

"These assessment tools make progress in writing as transparent, concrete, and obtainable as possible and put ownership for this progress into the hands of learners, allowing students and teachers to work toward a very clear image of what good writing entails." -Lucy Calkins, Writing Pathways Lucy Calkins' groundbreaking performance assessments offer instructional tools to support continuous assessment, timely feedback, and clear goals tied to learning progressions that have been aligned with world-class standards. Originally published as part of the bestselling Units of Study in Opinion/Argument, Information, and Narrative Writing, grades K-8, Writing Pathways is ideal for writing workshop, but suitable for any writing instruction context or curriculum. This practical guide includes: Learning progressions for opinion/argument, information, and narrative writing, which map the specific benchmarks students will master for every grade level On-demand writing prompts that support schoolwide performance assessment Student checklists to help students set goals and integrate crucial self-assessment into their work Rubrics to support individual teachers and professional learning communities as they evaluate mastery and plan instruction within and across grade levels Student writing samples that illustrate different ways students have exemplified standards and highlight essential features of each writing genre Annotated exemplar pieces of writing on the same topic for every grade level that highlight the traits you can expect to see at each level of the learning progressions. Who needs Writing Pathways? Educators who are not yet ready to implement the full Units of Study curriculum can use Writing Pathways to get started with Lucy Calkins' proven approach to writing assessment and instruction. Coaches and administrators who are supporting implementation of Lucy Calkins' Units of Study will find Writing Pathways to be an ideal resource to guide their work. Who doesn't need Writing Pathways? The content in this stand-alone edition is the same as in the previous editions found in Lucy Calkins' Units of Study (K-5 and 6-8 are combined in this new edition). Teachers who have the Units of Study do not need this new edition.

Building New Pathways to Peace

Author: Noriko Kawamura,Yōichirō Murakami,Shin Chiba

Publisher: University of Washington Press

ISBN: 0295991038

Category: Political Science

Page: 262

View: 3609

Japanese and American scholars explore new, multidisciplinary ways of thinking about peace and how to achieve it. Noriko Kawamura is associate professor of history at Washington State University. Yoichiro Murakami and Shin Chiba teach at the International Christian University in Tokyo.

Biochemical Pathways

An Atlas of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Author: Gerhard Michal,Dietmar Schomburg

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118656903

Category: Science

Page: 416

View: 1876

Pathways

Literature for Readers and Writers

Author: Perfection Learning (Firm),Perfection Learning Corporation

Publisher: Perfection Learning

ISBN: 9780756981006

Category: Literature

Page: 782

View: 1299

International Scholarships in Higher Education

Pathways to Social Change

Author: Joan R. Dassin,Robin R. Marsh,Matt Mawer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3319627341

Category: Education

Page: 407

View: 1924

This book explores the multiple pathways from scholarships for international study to positive social change. Bringing together studies from academic researchers, evaluators and program designers and policymakers from Africa, Asia, Latin and North America, Europe, and Australia, the book compiles the latest research and analysis on the policy, practice, and outcomes of international scholarship programs. Contributions examine the broad trends in sponsored overseas study, program design considerations, the dynamics of the immediate post-scholarship period and the impact of scholarships on international education and development. Particular attention is focused on assessment and evaluation, the complexities of selecting awardees, the dynamics of returning home and concerns about brain drain and the state of knowledge and research on long-term outcomes of international scholarships with social change aims.nt>

Clinical Pathways: An Occupational Therapy Assessment for Range of Motion & Manual Muscle Strength

Author: Gail Dadio,Jerilyn Nolan

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 1975112806

Category: Medical

Page: 464

View: 4991

Clinical Pathways, an exciting first edition, helps students learn how to proficiently conduct range of motion (ROM) and manual muscle (MMT) assessment for the main joint structures of the body. Focusing heavily on clinical application, the text also provides a novel, OT-focused “Clinical Pathways of Assessment” model that connects physical assessment with a clinical decision-making process. This model helps students develop the skills to effectively evaluate a client through an occupational profile and performance. Client-centered outcome measures are used to assess the client’s functional ability in the performance of their daily occupations. Ultimately, using this framework will help to prepare for the process of designing and modifying the treatment plan to achieve optimum results.

Pathways to Bliss

Mythology and Personal Transformation: Easyread Large Edition

Author: Joseph Campbell

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1458749118

Category: Religion

Page: 402

View: 3552

Joseph Campbell famously defined myth as ''other people's religion.'' But he also said that one of the basic functions of myth is to help each individual through the journey of life, providing a sort of travel guide or map to reach fulfillment - or, as he called it, bliss. For Campbell, many of the world's most powerful myths support the individual's heroic path toward bliss. In Pathways to Bliss, Campbell examines this personal, psychological side of myth. Like his classic bestselling books Myths to Live By and The Power of Myth, Pathways to Bliss draws from Campbell's popular lectures and dialogues, which highlight his remarkable storytelling and ability to apply the larger themes of world mythology to personal growth and the quest for transformation. Here he anchors mythology's symbolic wisdom to the individual, applying the most poetic mythical metaphors to the challenges of our daily lives. Campbell dwells on life's important questions. Combining cross-cultural stories with the teachings of modern psychology, he examines the ways in which our myths shape and enrich our lives. He explores the many insights of Carl Jung; the notion of self as the hero; and how East and West differ in their approaches to the ego. The book also includes an extensive question-and-answer session that ranges from mythological readings of the Bible to how the Hero's Journey unfolds for women. With his usual wit and insight, Campbell draws connections between ancient symbols and modern art, schizophrenia and the Hero's Journey. Along the way, he shows how myth can help each of us truly identify and follow our bliss.

Pathways of Power

The Dynamics of National Policymaking

Author: Timothy J. Conlan,Paul L. Posner,David R. Beam

Publisher: Georgetown University Press

ISBN: 1626160392

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

View: 4181

While textbooks often describe an idealized model of "how a bill becomes law" and journalists emphasize special interest lobbying and generous campaign contributions to Congress, these approaches fail to convey -- much less explain -- the tremendous diversity in political processes that shape specific policies in contemporary Washington. Pathways of Power provides a framework that integrates the roles of political interests and policy ideals in the contemporary policy process. This book argues that the policy process can be understood as a set of four distinctive pathways of policymaking -- pluralist, partisan, expert, and symbolic -- that draw upon different political resources, appeal to different political actors, and elicit unique strategies and styles of coalition building. The book's use of a wide universe of major policy decisions provides a useful foundation for students of the policy process as well as for policy practitioners eager to learn more about their craft.