Ayiti The Cost Of Life
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Author: Karen Schrier
Release Date: 2019-11-18
Have you ever wanted to know which games to use in your classroom, library, or afterschool program, or even at home? Which games can help teach preschoolers, K-12, college students, or adults? What can you use for science, literature, or critical thinking skills? This book explores 100 different games and how educators have used the games to teach - what worked and didn't work and their tips and techniques. The list of 100 goes from A to Z Safari to Zoombinis, and includes popular games like Fortnite, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and Minecraft, as well as PC, mobile, VR, AR, card and board games.
Author: Polat, Soner
Publisher: IGI Global
Release Date: 2020-03-06
With modern globalization and technological improvements, people from different cultural backgrounds have more opportunity to interact. These differences can be seen across various communities, from familial to organizational, so peacekeeping strategies become essential when navigating global communities. Since these various cultures collect in schools, teaching students to become peacemakers by encouraging skills that include intercultural communication, intercultural sensitivity, and intercultural competence are essential for structuring a peaceful and harmonious society. Empowering Multiculturalism and Peacebuilding in Schools is an essential research publication that provides comprehensive research on peacebuilding and multiculturalism in terms of educational organizations as well as the skills that need to be taught to students in order to promote peaceful interaction and inclusivity. Featuring a wide range of topics such as cyberbullying, restorative instruction, and intercultural education, this book is ideal for teachers, academicians, administrators, principals, professional development experts, curriculum designers, researchers, managers, and students.
Author: Ekaterina Ivanova
Release Date: 2021-12-30
There is growing awareness among leading responsible management scholars and practitioners that understanding global wicked problems is insufficient in effecting lasting engagement and changed behaviors. Research indicates that to impact behavior, the mindset has to shift, which leaves the question: How do you shift a mindset? This book guides educators and practitioners, their students and colleagues to take action on finding urgent solutions to the grand challenges stated in the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals. A Sustainability Mindset is a way of thinking and being that results from a broad understanding of the ecosystem, from social sensitivity and an introspective focus on our personal values and higher self, which finds its expression in actions for the greater good. By promoting a mindset shift, educators in very diverse contexts are laying the foundation for a resilient future. The book presents a collection of over 150 student voices depicting a transformative experience and a shift in their mindset. Seventeen educator/student teams of contributing authors from across five continents describe the activity that prompted those students’ reflections, and the conceptual frameworks that played a role in the selection of the learning goals and activities. The book is written with academic and corporate educators, reflective practitioners, consultants, coaches, trainers and students in mind, and is invaluable in guiding the process of developing a sustainability mindset among participants in the training process.