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📒The Online Teaching Survival Guide ✍ Judith V. Boettcher

✏Book Title : The Online Teaching Survival Guide
✏Author : Judith V. Boettcher
✏Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
✏Release Date : 2010-05-13
✏Pages : 320
✏ISBN : 0470617624
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Online Teaching Survival Guide Book Summary : The Online Teaching Survival Guide offers faculty a wide array of theory-based techniques designed for online teaching and technology-enhanced courses. Written by two pioneers in distance education, this guidebook presents practical instructional strategies spread out over a four-phase timeline that covers the lifespan of a course. The book includes information on a range of topics such as course management, social presence, community building, and assessment. Based on traditional pedagogical theory, The Online Teaching Survival Guide integrates the latest research in cognitive processing and learning outcomes. Faculty with little knowledge of educational theory and those well versed in pedagogy will find this resource essential for developing their online teaching skills. Praise for The Online Teaching Survival Guide "At a time when resources for training faculty to teach online are scarce, Judith Boettcher and Rita-Marie Conrad have presented a must-read for all instructors new to online teaching. By tying best practices to the natural rhythms of a course as it unfolds, instructors will know what to do when and what to expect. The book is a life raft in what can be perceived as turbulent and uncharted waters." —Rena M. Palloff and Keith Pratt, program directors and faculty, Teaching in the Virtual Classroom Program, Fielding Graduate University "Developed from years of experience supporting online faculty, Judith Boettcher and Rita-Marie Conrad's book provides practical tips and checklists that should especially help those new to online teaching hit the ground running." —Karen Swan, Stukel Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership, University of Illinois Springfield "This book blends a fine synthesis of research findings with plenty of practical advice. This book should be especially valuable for faculty teaching their first or second course online. But any instructor, no matter how experienced, is likely to find valuable insights and techniques." —Stephen C. Ehrmann, director, Flashlight Program for the Study and Improvement of Educational Uses of Technology; vice president, The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Group

📒Afghanistan ✍ Thomas Barfield

✏Book Title : Afghanistan
✏Author : Thomas Barfield
✏Publisher : Princeton University Press
✏Release Date : 2010-03-29
✏Pages : 408
✏ISBN : 1400834538
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Afghanistan Book Summary : Afghanistan traces the historic struggles and the changing nature of political authority in this volatile region of the world, from the Mughal Empire in the sixteenth century to the Taliban resurgence today. Thomas Barfield introduces readers to the bewildering diversity of tribal and ethnic groups in Afghanistan, explaining what unites them as Afghans despite the regional, cultural, and political differences that divide them. He shows how governing these peoples was relatively easy when power was concentrated in a small dynastic elite, but how this delicate political order broke down in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries when Afghanistan's rulers mobilized rural militias to expel first the British and later the Soviets. Armed insurgency proved remarkably successful against the foreign occupiers, but it also undermined the Afghan government's authority and rendered the country ever more difficult to govern as time passed. Barfield vividly describes how Afghanistan's armed factions plunged the country into a civil war, giving rise to clerical rule by the Taliban and Afghanistan's isolation from the world. He examines why the American invasion in the wake of September 11 toppled the Taliban so quickly, and how this easy victory lulled the United States into falsely believing that a viable state could be built just as easily. Afghanistan is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand how a land conquered and ruled by foreign dynasties for more than a thousand years became the "graveyard of empires" for the British and Soviets, and what the United States must do to avoid a similar fate.

📒Malvern As I Found It ✍ Timothy Pounce (pseud.)

✏Book Title : Malvern as I found it
✏Author : Timothy Pounce (pseud.)
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1858
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : OXFORD:555053151
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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✏Release Date : 1995-10
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✏ISBN : PSU:000049855081
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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✏Book Title : Pakistan and Gulf Economist
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✏Release Date : 2000
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✏ISBN : UCLA:L0081316275
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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✏Book Title : HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING A Northern Legend
✏Author : Anon E. Mouse
✏Publisher : Abela Publishing Ltd
✏Release Date : 2017-03-07
✏Pages : 38
✏ISBN :
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING A Northern Legend Book Summary : ISSN: 2397-9607 Issue 352 In this 334th issue of the Baba Indaba’s Children's Stories series, Baba Indaba narrates the Northern Fairy Tale " HOW SAMPO LAPPELILL SAW THE MOUNTAIN KING”. ONCE upon a time, long, long ago and far, far away, in Lapland, at a place called Aïmïo, near the River Jana, there lived, in a little hut, a Laplander and his wife, with their small son, Sampo. Sampo Lappelill was now between seven and eight years of age. He had black hair, brown eyes, a snub nose, and a wide mouth, which last is considered a mark of beauty in curious Lapland. Sampo was a strong child for his age; he delighted to dance down the hills in his little snow-shoes, and to drive his own reindeer in his own little sledge. The snow whirled about him as he passed through the deep drifts, until nothing of him could be seen except the tuft of his black forelock. "I shall never feel comfortable while he is away from home!" said the mother. "He may meet Hisü's reindeer with the golden antlers." Sampo overheard these words, and wondered what reindeer it could be that had golden antlers. "It must be a splendid animal!" said he; "how much I should like to drive to Rastekaïs with it!" Rastekaïs is a high, dreary mountain, and can be seen from Aïmïo, from which it is five or six miles distant. Three or four weeks after Christmas, one day, at noon Sampo's father said: "Come here! I have something to show you." Sampo came out of the hut. His father pointed towards the south. "Do you know what that is?" asked he. "A southern light," replied the boy. "No," said his father, "it is the herald of the sun. To-morrow, maybe, or the day after that, we shall see the sun himself. Look, Sampo, how weirdly the red light glows on the top of Rastekaïs!" Sampo saw that the snow upon the gloomy summit, which had been so long shrouded in darkness, was coloured red. Again the idea flashed into his mind what a grand sight the terrible Mountain King would be—from a distance of course. The boy brooded on this for the remainder of the day, and throughout half the night, when he should have been asleep. He thought, and thought, until at length he crept silently out of the reindeer skins which formed his bed, and then through the door-hole. The cold was intense. Far above him the stars were shining, the snow scrunched beneath his feet. Sampo Lappelill was a brave boy, who did not fear the cold. He was, moreover, well wrapped up in fur. He stood gazing at the stars, considering what to do next and then thought, there’s no harm in going for a drive, so he hitched up the reindeer and off he went. Did Sampo see the Sun himself and what about the Mountain King? Would the Mountain King openly welcome him into his court or would he be offended at Sampo’s presence? So, what happened next you ask…? Well many things happened, some silly and some serious. To find the answers to these questions, and others you may have, you will have to download and read this story to find out! BUY ANY 4 BABA INDABA CHILDREN’S STORIES FOR ONLY $1 33% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities. INCLUDES LINKS TO DOWNLOAD 8 FREE STORIES Each issue also has a "WHERE IN THE WORLD - LOOK IT UP" section, where young readers are challenged to look up a place on a map somewhere in the world. The place, town or city is relevant to the story. HINT - use Google maps. Baba Indaba is a fictitious Zulu storyteller who narrates children's stories from around the world. Baba Indaba translates as "Father of Stories".

📒Analytical Fifth Reader ✍ Richard Edwards

✏Book Title : Analytical Fifth Reader
✏Author : Richard Edwards
✏Publisher : Theclassics.Us
✏Release Date : 2013-09
✏Pages : 114
✏ISBN : 1230197605
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏Analytical Fifth Reader Book Summary : This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1867 edition. Excerpt: ... when we had got fairly entangled in the mazes of the CEtian range, down came a shower, the like of which we seldom see in our unpoetical latitudes. But the scenery all around us--the bare and desolate peaks, -die wild ravines, the foaming streams that started like racers on their course, the many-tinted oak and plane-tree, the evergreens on the mountain-side, and the fiercely careering clouds, so unlike our dreams of the classic beauty of Greece--was splendid. 4. On we went, regardless of the rain, --all except Walnut, the dog, who seemed greatly chagrined. Walnut is a dog of taste; has made the tour several times; takes a special pleasure in showing off his country to foreign travelers, and, when he found we were going, insisted upon going with us. He is a very quiet dog, almost never barks, and has taken a special friendship for me. 5. He sleeps under my bed when I have one, and when I have not, sleeps as near me as he can get. He has kept by my side all day long, and, as we rode through the magnificent scenery under the heavy rain, hung his tail between his legs in the most desponding manner, evidently feeling a heavy responsibility for the present state of affairs, and concerned for the character of the Grecian climate. 6. Suddenly the rain ceased; the sun, the Grecian sun, came out; the hill-tops, trees, and silver rain-drops were lighted in a moment; the region round about broke into a blaze, and thousands of birds added the full chorus of their song. Ah! then you should have seen Walnut, the dog, --how he capered about; how he ran up the hill and down the hill; how he jumped on me, and even barked, in the gladness of his heart; how he snatched up a stick, and shook it till it broke in pieces. 7. The dog had never done any thing of

✏Book Title : Ten Thousand Chinese Things
✏Author : Nathan Dunn
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1842
✏Pages : 163
✏ISBN : NYPL:33433082434063
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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✏Book Title : History of the Moors of Spain
✏Author : Florian
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1841
✏Pages : 296
✏ISBN : UOM:39015063870318
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📒The Eclectic Magazine ✍ John Holmes Agnew

✏Book Title : The Eclectic Magazine
✏Author : John Holmes Agnew
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1846
✏Pages :
✏ISBN : UOM:39015030068236
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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