365 Gratefuls

Celebrating Treasures, Big and Small

Author: Hailey Bartholomew

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 368

View: 961

What are you grateful for? That is precisely the question that Hailey Bartholomew asked herself every day for a year. Struggling with depression, she reached out for help and received life-changing advice: Find something every day that you are grateful for. Embracing her assignment, Hailey used her talents as a photographer to put a twist on the exercise, taking pictures of her “gratefuls” and becoming more aware that her depression was lifting in the process. 365 Gratefuls is a collection of photographs recounting Hailey’s transformation from depression to an unhindered appreciation of the world around her, combined with stories and images from many others who have encountered the effects of gratitude. This uplifting book will inspire you to look at the world with new eyes, emphasizing gratitude over anxiety in everyday moments.

UC 365 Gratefuls

Author: Hailey Bartholomew

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 368

View: 436

What are you grateful for? That is precisely the question that Hailey Bartholomew asked herself every day for a year. Struggling with depression, she reached out for help and received life-changing advice: Find something every day that you are grateful for. Embracing her assignment, Hailey used her talents as a photographer to put a twist on the exercise, taking pictures of her “gratefuls” and becoming more aware that her depression was lifting in the process. 365 Gratefuls is a collection of photographs recounting Hailey’s transformation from depression to an unhindered appreciation of the world around her, combined with stories and images from many others who have encountered the effects of gratitude. This uplifting book will inspire you to look at the world with new eyes, emphasizing gratitude over anxiety in everyday moments.

101 Scaffolding Techniques for Languages Teaching and Learning

EMI, ELT, ESL, CLIL, EFL

Author: Donna Lee Fields

Publisher: Ediciones Octaedro

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 140

View: 979

Scaffolding is a powerful tool for learning. It enables learners to achieve deep and meaningful learning through the provision of timely and constructive support. It is used as required, just-in-time, to bridge learning gaps, advance learning objectives, and build self-confidence throughout the learning community. Closely aligned to the concept of Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD), scaffolding is a key element in learning languages and other subjects across the curriculum. This publication is about scaffolding which supports learning languages, learning about languages, and learning through languages (Halliday). By providing students with these tools for learning, the teacher can step back and truly become a 'guide on the side' whilst conducting and facilitating teaching through powerful learning environments. The 101 scaffolding techniques found in this book, alongside the templates in the digital annex, provide the reader with hands-on ideas and examples to develop innovative, exciting and empowered learning.

Midlife Manifesto

Author: Jane Mathews

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 304

View: 635

Have you ever looked at your life and wondered “is this it?” Midlife Manifesto will inspire you to achieve the transformation you deserve and create the plan to make it happen. From health, financial independence and spirituality, to relationships and making your home a sanctuary, this is a one-stop shop of ideas and resources to motivate you, the magnificent midlife woman. Sharing her own ups and downs with candour and humour, Jane Mathews guides you towards what really works and supplies a well-curated toolkit to help write a blueprint for your future.

Positive Education

The Geelong Grammar School Journey

Author: Jacolyn M. Norrish

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 352

View: 366

As part of the Oxford Series in Positive Psychology, Positive Education: The Geelong Grammar School Journey is the story of one school's development of a more holistic approach to education: one with student wellbeing at its heart. Balancing academic findings from the thriving field of Positive Psychology, whilst exploring the adaptation of this science into an innovative radical new approach to teaching called Positive Education, iPositive Education: The Geelong Grammar School Journey rprovides an explanation of the key tenets of Positive Psychology and examines the practical application of this research, leading to the Geelong Grammar School's cultivation of the ground-breaking Positive Education program. With a foreword by Martin Seligman and contributions from such well-recognised names in the field as Roy Baumeister, Tal Ben-Shahar, Barbara Fredrickson, Craig Hassed, Felicia Huppert, Sue Jackson, Nansook Park, Karen Reivich, Pninit Russo-Netzer, and George Vaillant, this book fills a crucial space between academic theory and practical application making it a landmark publication on Positive Education. Positive Education: The Geelong Grammar School Journey will provide academics and students of Positive Psychology with an invaluable resource. Moreover, the book offers educational practitioners the key facets of the approach so as to inspire them to embark on their own journey with Positive Education.

Wired for Life

Retrain Your Brain and Thrive

Author: Susan Pearse

Publisher: Hay House, Inc

ISBN:

Category: Self-Help

Page: 256

View: 960

A book which explains the latest research into how the brain works, providing practical tips for training your brain to promote success in all areas of your life.

Grateful Dead 365

Author: Holly George-Warren

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 730

View: 532

A vivid profile of the legendary jam band celebrates decades in the history of the Grateful Dead, from their 1965 birth in the heart of San Francisco's hippie counterculture to the twenty-first century, with a compilation of intimate portraits, candid backstage shots, and iconic performance images, in a volume that includes a tribute to the late founding member, Jerry Garcia.

Grateful 365

A Year of Gratitude and Personal Growth Prompts to Start You on Your Journey to Happiness

Author: Edwina Ray Journals and Planners

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 366

View: 780

It's easy to focus our attention on the stresses and anxieties in our lives and the instability of the world. But what we pay attention to and focus on we bring more of into our lives. Break the negativity spiral by making time to focus your attention on not only the bad parts of your day, but the good - no matter how big or smaill - and become a happier person in the process. Whether you write a little or you write a lot, taking the time each evening to reflect on the good things that happened and what you learned throughout the day is guaranteed to make big changes to your mood, mindset and overall happiness. Inside you'll find a full page a day for 365 days to unwind, process the day and appreciate the good and the gift of learning from the bad, however big or small they may be. Each page starts with a gratitude prompt to help get you started. This book will make a great gift for anyone struggling through difficult times or mental illness to show your support and that you're thinking of them.

Punk 365

Author: Holly George-Warren

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Music

Page: 744

View: 757

From an award-winning writer and producer comes the latest edition in the 365 series. The most provocative photography documents the performances, looks, and attitudes of the punk movement that exploded onto the music scene more than 30 years ago.