Draw What Success Looks Like

The Corporate Coloring and Activity Book for Serious Businesspeople

Author: Sarah Cooper



Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 128

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Adult coloring for cubicle dwellers. The creator of the viral sensation "10 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings" (5+ million views and hundreds of thousands of shares) helps you color away the stress with a coloring and activity book that will have you in stitches. Color in mind-numbing illustrated corporate idioms, such as the "deep dive," the "low-hanging fruit," and other buzzword coloring activities. Draw what success looks like; make it a Venn diagram. Find your way through the comfort zone maze and the unlock your potential maze. Write headstones for the good idea graveyard. Includes meeting survival guide coloring checklist. Plus mad libs for resignation letters, post mortems, peer reviews, and scathing manifestos.

Mark Kistler'S Draw Squad

Author: Mark Kistler

Publisher: Simon and Schuster


Category: Art

Page: 224

View: 190

Provides a series of lesson on foreshortening, surface, shading, shadow, density, contour, overlapping, and size, and suggests that daily practice is important for developing one's artistic skills

The Leading Edge of Early Childhood Education

Linking Science to Policy for a New Generation

Author: Nonie K. Lesaux

Publisher: Harvard Education Press


Category: Education

Page: 264

View: 162

The Leading Edge of Early Childhood Education aims to support the effort to simultaneously scale up and improve the quality of early childhood education by bringing together relevant insights from emerging research to provide guidance for this critical, fledgling field. It reflects the growing recognition that early childhood experiences have a powerful effect on children’s later academic achievement and long-term life outcomes. Editors Nonie K. Lesaux and Stephanie M. Jones bring together an impressive array of scholarly contributors. Topics include: · creating learning environments that support children’s cognitive and emotional development; · identifying and addressing early risk factors; · using data to guide educators’ practice; and · capitalizing on the use of technology. Recent years have seen a surge of local, state, and national initiatives aimed at expanding and improving early childhood initiatives, particularly regarding access to preK programs. The Leading Edge of Early Childhood Education promises to be a valuable resource for those charged with enacting the next level of work in this critical area.

Drawing and Sketching in Pencil

Author: Arthur L. Guptill

Publisher: Courier Corporation


Category: Art

Page: 208

View: 641

Introductory guide offers clear, concise instruction on composition, outline, proportion, perspective, light and shade, more. Its 66 illustrations encompass numerous subjects — mainly architectural, but also people, animals, and landscapes — and a variety of techniques.

Drawing from Memory

The Cavé Method for Learning to Draw from Memory

Author: Marie Elisabeth Blavot Boulanger Cavé



Category: Composition (Art)

Page: 134

View: 559