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Published December, 2020
By Daniel Fulham O'Neill
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Young people are facing a health crisis of epidemic proportions - yet no one is taking action. Children are born as active, curious, imaginative beings with a built-in physical identity. Survival of the Fit offers a new and revelatory plan to nurture this identity and save the health of youngsters.

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Published December, 2020
By Daniel Fulham O'Neill
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
Rating:

in-stock
Young people are facing a health crisis of epidemic proportions - yet no one is taking action. Children are born as active, curious, imaginative beings with a built-in physical identity. Survival of the Fit offers a new and revelatory plan to nurture this identity and save the health of youngsters.

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Published May, 2019
By Beth A. Myers
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Challenges prevailing notions about autism by offering the viewpoint of adolescents on the spectrum through their writing, photography, poetry, art, and more. This book is a critical resource for teacher preparation and professional learning in any field that interacts with individuals with autism or other disabilities.

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Published May, 2019
By Beth A. Myers
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Challenges prevailing notions about autism by offering the viewpoint of adolescents on the spectrum through their writing, photography, poetry, art, and more. This book is a critical resource for teacher preparation and professional learning in any field that interacts with individuals with autism or other disabilities.

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Published December, 2015
By Donna Wilson and Marcus Conyers
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Shares a fresh vision for school leadership that connects current knowledge from mind, brain, and adult learning research to the process of teacher development and leadership. Providing clear steps and real-life examples, the authors demonstrate a broad array of leadership pathways to help teachers collaborate with colleagues and advocate with administrators and parents.

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Published January, 2015
By Colette Chabbott
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Published April, 2011
By David Campos
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Published April, 2011
By David Campos
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Published December, 2006
By Madonna G. Constantine
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Published September, 2006
By Eduardo Duran
Publisher: Teachers' College Press
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Drawing on the author's clinical experience to provide guidance to counselors working with the native people, this title presents case materials that illustrate intervention strategies for problems, including substance abuse, intergenerational trauma, and internalized oppression.

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