Making Good Decisions

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Making Good Decisions
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Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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ISBN : 1555632580
Pages : 207 pages
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Making Good Decisions

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Making Good

What Color Is Your Parachute for the Facebook generation As we emerge from the recession, a generation is searching for practical ways to succeed financially while also making positive changes in the world. From energy to food to education, Making Good outlines how to do this. These opportunities are not

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Making Good

Annotation Can hardened criminals really reform? Making Good provides resounding proof that the answer is yes. This book provides a fascinating narrative analysis of the lives of repeat offenders who, by all statistical measures, should have continued on the criminal path but instead have created lives of productivity and purpose.

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Making Good

Examines the official institutions which regulated moral conduct in Canada, and analyses the ways in which different social groups had distinct relationships to legal modes of regulation.

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A Good Book  In Theory

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Making Good Choices

Students between the ages of 9-15 often seem to exist in a Twilight Zone between childhood and functioning adulthood. These critical years are an essential time to teach those adolescents to accept responsibility for the consequences of their own behaviour, to recognize that mistakes can be an opportunity for learning,

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Making Good Choices About Renewable Resources

Helps teens become proactive about renewable resources by presenting facts and tips.

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A handbook for navigating the emerging economy shares practical advice for identifying opportunities and building a fulfilling career, sharing real-life success stories and step-by-step exercises that explain how to achieve financial autonomy and capitalize on global changes. Original. 25,000 first printing.

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Making Good

Making Good — one of the classic and original works on restorative justice — argues that the real need in restorative justice is for fundamental rethinking, rather than short-term tinkering, with a prison system in an intolerable state of crisis. In this second edition — which also includes a new foreword by one

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Making Good

Making Good explores the choices confronting young workers who join the ranks of three dynamic professions--journalism, science, and acting--and looks at how the novices navigate moral dilemmas posed by a demanding, frequently lonely, professional life.

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Making Good Decisions

What does the law require of social workers when deciding how to intervene to protect children and adults at risk? What social work standards should guide decisions about whether, when and how to invoke statutory powers and duties in practice? Making Good Decisions provides an accessible and practical guide to

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Making Good Communicators

Making Good Communicators completes a quartet of resource books for teachers, teaching assistant and speech and language therapists. This resource offers activities which promote the specific areas of communication that underpin all areas of learning, including emotional literacy. By the upper end of Key Stage 2 it is assumed that children

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Annotation In this book leading thinkers from a variety of disciplines probe the relation between a healthy democracy and education. Contributors such as Jean Bethke Elshtain, Nathan Glazer, Robert Putnam, Jack Rakove, and Alan Wolfe discuss topics that range from the place of religion in public life to political conflict

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Every good teacher strives to be a great teacher - and this must-have book shows you how! It's filled with practical tips and strategies for connecting with your students in a meaningful and powerful way. Learn how to improve student learning with easy-to-implement daily activities designed to integrate seamlessly into

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There is a lot of good food. There is not a lot of great. There are reasons why some food is only just good, and some food is just plain great. Umami and the Maillard Reaction are two reasons why a dish will make the leap from good to great.

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