The Thinking Books

Author: Susan Swan,Richard Thomas White

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9780750702959

Category: Education

Page: 129

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The Thinking Book

Author: Sandol Stoddard Warburg

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781623260880


Page: 24

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More than fifty years after its original publication, AMMO Books is proud to present this reissue edition of an artistic and imaginative title clearly ahead of its time. BR> Not to be deterred by a hurried schedule or the start of school, a child takes his time to carefully consider whatever flights of fancy come to mind. Delicious, juicy watermelons, bubbling streams and playful puddles, and even particles of dust that dance in the sunlight distract the inventive child from his daily tasks. With artfully simple images as food for thought, young readers will find their own minds wandering as they dream up individual interpretations of THE THINKING BOOK. No analysis will be deemed incorrect, as every flip of the page provides new opportunities for inspiration. To accompany Sandol Stoddard Warburg s thoughtful prose, prolific graphic designer and AIGA medal winner Ivan Chermayeff quite literally paints a picture of childhood imagination. In the time since THE THINKING BOOK s initial release, Chermayeff has built a glowing, sixty-year reputation in the design industry, receiving recognition for the NBC, National Geographic, and Showtime logos, as well as banners and shopping bags for The Museum of Modern Art, where he was a trustee for two decades. With his design firm, Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv, he has earned countless honors, including the National Design Award for Lifetime Achievement."

The thinking book

Author: Adelaide Holl

Publisher: N.A


Category: Creative thinking in children

Page: 62

View: 4784

The Thinking Life

How to Thrive in the Age of Distraction

Author: P. M. Forni

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1429988096

Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

View: 5165

Professor Forni, founder of The Civility Initiative at Johns Hopkins, is America's civility expert. In his first two books, Choosing Civility and The Civility Solution, he taught readers the rules of civil behavior and ways of responding to rudeness. Now, in The Thinking Life, he looks at the importance of thinking in our lives: how we do it, why we don't do enough of it and why we need to do more of it. In twelve short chapters, he gives readers a remedy for the Age of Distraction, an age fuelled by the internet, Blackberries and cellphones, all of which make constant demands on our attention, diverting it from one thing to another. After suggesting ways we can find time to think more, Forni shows readers how we can improve our abilities of: -Attention -Reflection -Introspection -Self-control -Positive thinking -Proactive thinking -Effective decision-making strategies -Creative thinking -Problem-solving strategies Just as he did with civility, he puts the importance of good thinking front and center in a book as simple and as profound as his earlier works.

The Thinking Child Resource Book

Brain-based learning for the early years foundation stage

Author: Nicola Call

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1441108033

Category: Education

Page: 192

View: 764

In this new edition of a popular resource, the authors provide a wealth of practical suggestions on how to implement the most up-to-date research findings into how children learn best in early years settings. It is fully-updated with reference to all the latest initiatives including the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Every Child Matters. This practical resource includes ways to promote self-esteem and emotional intelligence; ideas for teaching through play, music and movement; activities for circle time; advice on managing behaviour positively and fostering relationships with parents and carers. This resource book can be used independently or as a companion to The Thinking Child, also in its second edition. Handy margin references direct you to the appropriate pages of the sister book should you wish to learn more about the theory and research behind the practical techniques. An indispensable resource for early years practitioners of all settings, this book will also appeal to trainee teachers and parents.

The Thinking Child

Brain-based Learning for the Early Years Foundation Stage

Author: Nicola Call

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1855394723

Category: Education

Page: 160

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The book is packed with information about brain-based learning, but is easily accessible with great illustrations - it's a book that is full of life and humour. Like ALPS, there are loads of practical ideas and suggestions, backed up by the theory of why brain-based learning works. I wholeheartedly recommend this book for any early years practitioner or parent of a preschool child who wants to know more about how children learn.' This new edition of The Thinking Child is fully updated with reference to the new Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and Every Child Matters. The book considers the most recent research into the brain and learning, and offers practical advice on how to reflect these findings across the whole range of early years provision in schools and other settings This new edition contains guidance on current challenges facing practitioners, such as dealing with stressed and over-scheduled children, the philosophy and benefits of including every child and how to address practical issues that might arise in different settings The authors offer practical advice on implementing statutory requirements, maintaining a balance between child-initiated and adult-led activities and making the most of existing resources

The Thinking Teacher

Author: Oliver Quinlan

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN: 178135152X

Category: Education

Page: 240

View: 2953

Good Teachers do, great teachers think'. Oliver Quinlan presents ideas from education, business and other areas of life that teachers and educational leaders can use to enhance and explore their thinking. In order to progress we must philosophise about learning, question traditional practice and be resourceful in providing solutions for better education. The only way the education system can improve standards and be at its best is by ensuring that those who govern it don't stop thinking about it! Innovation is the key to our progress as individuals and society as a whole

The thinking organization

Author: Henry P. Sims,Dennis A. Gioia

Publisher: Jossey-Bass Inc Pub


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 375

View: 9944

Heidegger and the Thinking of Place

Explorations in the Topology of Being

Author: Jeff Malpas

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262300753

Category: Philosophy

Page: 388

View: 3062

The idea of place--topos--runs through Martin Heidegger's thinking almost from the very start. It can be seen not only in his attachment to the famous hut in Todtnauberg but in his constant deployment of topological terms and images and in the situated, "placed" character of his thought and of its major themes and motifs. Heidegger's work, argues Jeff Malpas, exemplifies the practice of "philosophical topology." In Heidegger and the Thinking of Place, Malpas examines the topological aspects of Heidegger's thought and offers a broader elaboration of the philosophical significance of place. Doing so, he provides a distinct and productive approach to Heidegger as well as a new reading of other key figures--notably Kant, Aristotle, Gadamer, and Davidson, but also Benjamin, Arendt, and Camus. Malpas, expanding arguments he made in his earlier book Heidegger's Topology (MIT Press, 2007), discusses such topics as the role of place in philosophical thinking, the topological character of the transcendental, the convergence of Heideggerian topology with Davidsonian triangulation, the necessity of mortality in the possibility of human life, the role of materiality in the working of art, the significance of nostalgia, and the nature of philosophy as beginning in wonder. Philosophy, Malpas argues, begins in wonder and begins in place and the experience of place. The place of wonder, of philosophy, of questioning, he writes, is the very topos of thinking.

The Thinking Machine

Author: Jacques Futrelle

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1497659841

Category: Fiction

Page: 416

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For the world’s most brilliant criminologist, every mystery has a solution His name is Professor Augustus S. F. X. Van Dusen, but to the newspapers he is known as “The Thinking Machine.” Slender, stooped, his appearance dominated by his large forehead and perpetual squint, Van Dusen spends his days in the laboratory and his nights puzzling over the details of extraordinary crimes. What seems beyond comprehension to the police is mere amusement to the professor. All things that start must go somewhere, he firmly believes, and with the application of logic, all problems can be solved. Whether unraveling a perfect murder, investigating a case of corporate espionage, or reasoning his way out of an inescapable prison cell, Van Dusen lets no detail elude his brilliant mind. In this highly entertaining collection, featuring many of the stories that made The Thinking Machine a national sensation, ingenious criminals and ruthless villains are no match for an egghead scientist. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

Choosing Single Motherhood

The Thinking Woman's Guide

Author: Mikki Morrissette

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0547527098

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 448

View: 1749

The comprehensive guide for single women interested in proactively becoming and being a mother—includes the essential tools needed to decide whether to take this step, information on how best to follow through, and insight about answering the child’s questions and needs over time. Choosing Single Motherhood, written by a longtime journalist and Choice Mother (a woman who chooses to conceive or adopt without a life partner), will become the indispensable tool for women looking for both support and insight. Based on extensive up-to-date research, advice from child experts and family therapists, as well as interviews with more than one hundred single women, this book explores • common questions and concerns of women facing this decision, including: Can I afford to do this? Should I wait longer to see if life turns a new corner? How do Choice Mothers handle the stress of solo parenting? • what the research says about growing up in a single-parent household • how to answer a child’s “daddy” questions • the facts about adoption, anonymous donor insemination, and finding a known donor • how the children of pioneering Choice Mothers feel about their lives Written in a lively style that never sugarcoats or sweeps problems under the rug, Choosing Single Motherhood covers the topic clearly, concisely, and with a great deal of heart.

Marketing Strategy

The Thinking Involved

Author: Mark E. Hill

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 141298730X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 335

View: 7515

Marketing Strategy: The Thinking Involved is an innovative text that holds that marketing thinking leads to effective marketing strategy. It goes beyond simply introducing students to concepts and theories in the field by providing them with tools and methods to develop marketing thinking and questioning skills that will help them apply the concepts to real-life marketing strategy issues. As the chapters progress, the questions develop towards higher levels and more specialized inquiry, helping students acquire the skills needed in the practice of marketing. The book contains a wealth of pedagogy to support this active learning approach.

The Thinking Reed

Author: Rebecca West

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453206825

Category: Fiction

Page: 431

View: 5797

A thoughtful romantic novel of love found, lost, rekindled, and redefined Isabelle, a wealthy American widow, arrives in France to restart her life and discovers she has her choice of eligible suitors. Torn between a placid liaison with a southerner and a tortuous affair with a Frenchman, Isabelle’s plans suddenly take an unexpected turn that will ultimately lead her to a love that will force her to reconsider the implications of her affluent existence. With her signature wit and wisdom, West presents a captivating ode to marriage’s depth and the romance of the bond between husband and wife.

Concept-Based Curriculum and Instruction for the Thinking Classroom

Author: H. Lynn Erickson

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 9781412917001

Category: Education

Page: 189

View: 8958

This indispensable guide combines proven curriculum design with teaching methods that encourage students to learn concepts as well as content and skills for deep understanding across all subject areas.

The Thinking Self

Author: Laurence L. Cassidy

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780761807933

Category: Philosophy

Page: 157

View: 3405

One of the principle characteristics of contemporary inquiry is the rediscovery of human consciousness. This book attempts to develop that experience and continue the insight of the legendary Hermes Trismegistos that "thought is God the Father". The author invites the reader to attend to his own act of thinking. This exercise in thinking passes beyond itself into a form of mysticism, but the effort remains to present this as strictly philosophical and thus to anticipate, treat fairly, and respond adequately to some of the more obvious difficulties which such a position entails. The intention is to dialogue, to reason together, to bring some light to bear, and to help restore our human confidence in the most precious power that we possess -- our own minds.

The Thinking Text

Author: David Lane


ISBN: 1329745078


Page: 288

View: 2731

This book focuses on critical thinking and how to think wisely when reading philosophical texts.

The Thinking Trap

Reprogram Your Mind For Success

Author: Warren Lake

Publisher: Warren Lake


Category: Self-Help

Page: 72

View: 6421

Many of the greatest personal achievement advocates of the past and present have influenced the content leveraged in this book. It can take many hours of reading to get benefit from the writings of these authors, however, this book makes this a quick task. The Thinking Trap provides a wealth of knowledge regarding how to obtain personal success and the traps that we can sometimes lay down for ourselves. The question is, can you avoid the thinking trap?

The Thinking Woman's Guide to a Better Birth

Author: Henci Goer

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780399525179

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 368

View: 6321

Provides up-to-date information on the newest childbirth procedures and options, discussing such topics as cesareans, obstetricians and midwives, alternative birthing methods, medications, fetal monitoring, Lamaze classes, and other tests, procedures, and treatments. Original.

The Thinking Person's Guide to Sobriety

Author: Bert Pluymen

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 1250095719

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

View: 8450

This book is Bert Pluymen's story of struggle and triumph over alcohol addiction. It also contains insightful, witty, uplifting, and wryly humorous stories of the many people Pluymen met who were also searching for sobriety. This is an informative book that will shed new light on how alcohol abuse can ruin people's lives--even if they thought it could never happen to them.