This heuristic inquiry explores how to assist at-risk students to grow beyond the suffering inherent to life. This process led to the creation of the Suffering to Self-Actualization Cycle depicting the cyclical nature of life, emotional pain, and human responses; all motivators that can lead to seeking and spirituality. The final purpose of heuristic inquiry is transformation of the researcher, illustrated in personal breakthroughs and insights; accomplished through immersion into the topic, acquisition of knowledge, and explication of the experience. Implications for education are presented in a model school proposal designed to develop skills and experiences for children to transition from suffering to self-actualization. This unique work designed for researchers, substance abuse or school counselors, and education administrators involved in school improvement who want students to develop resilience, will find the Suffering to Self-Actualization Cycle and recommendations for a humanistic, research-based model school make for captivating professional reading. It is an example of a deep, rich autobiography and consciousness-raising phenomenological research.
Stronger at the Broken Places: Growing Up in Chaos and the Journey from Suffering to Self-Actualization Heuristic Inquiry.
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Environmental impacts of renewable energy...
I places where wa er is i shor supply, his eed could raise co flic s wi h o her users for wa er resources. he developme of hydro hermal e ergy faces a special problem. Ma y hydro hermal reservoirs are loca ed i or ear wilder ess areas of grea a ural beau y such as Yellows o e a io al Park a d he Cascade Mou ai s. Proposed developme s i such areas have aroused i e se opposi io . If hydro hermal-elec ric developme is o expa d much fur her i he U i ed S a es, reaso able compromises will have o be reached be wee e viro me al groups a d i dus ry.BiomassBiomass power, derived from he bur i g of pla ma er, raises more serious e viro me al issues ha a y o her re ewable resource excep hydropower. Combus io of biomass a d biomass-derived fuels produces air pollu io ; beyo d his, here are co cer s abou he impac s of usi g la d o grow e ergy crops. How serious hese impac s are will depe d o how carefully he resource is ma aged. he pic ure is fur her complica ed because here is o si gle biomass ech ology, bu ra her a wide varie y of produc io a d co versio me hods, each wi h differe e viro me al impac s.Air Pollu io I evi ably, he combus io of biomass produces air pollu a s, i cludi g carbo mo oxide, i roge oxides, a d par icula es such as soo a d ash. he amou of pollu io emi ed per u i of e ergy ge era ed varies widely by ech ology, wi h wood-bur i g s oves a d fireplaces ge erally he wors offe ders.
|The Broken Gate Орион Anita B. |
Before long, both families are set on a collision course so powerful it will completely alter their world.
|The Broken Heart Книга по Требованию Ford J. |
|The Crossing Places: A Case for Ruth Galloway Quercus/MacLehose Press Elly G. |
They turn out to be bronze-age bones and DCI Harry Nelson, who called on Ruth for help, is disappointed.
|At the Crossing-places Orion Books Crossley-Holland K. |
Packed with incident, wonderful characters, and fascinating historical detail, and interwoven with brilliant retellings of Arthurian legends, this is a glorious follow-up to THE SEEING STONE.
|The Broken Random House, Inc. Cohen T. |
|The Dwelling-Place of Light Книга по Требованию Winston C. |
Thus, at five and fifty, he found himself gatekeeper of the leviathan Chippering Mill in the City of Hampton.
|The starting place of truth Книга по Требованию Finn A.H. |
|The meeting-place of geology and history Книга по Требованию Dawson J.W. |
|The Burying Place Headline Publishing Brian F. |
That same night, a young policewoman stumbles into the middle of a horrific crime in an encounter which will bring a sadistic killer right into the heart of her already complicated life.
|The Secret Place Hodder&Stoughton French T. |
The photo shows a boy who was murdered a year ago.
|The Memoirs of Catherine the Great Random House, Inc. Catherine t.G. |
Fluent in French, Russian, and German, Catherine published political theory, journalism, comedies, operas, and history, while writing thousands of letters as she corresponded with Voltaire and other public figures.
|The Tainted Relic Simon & Schuster The M.M. |
In 1323, in Exeter, Michael Jecks' Sir Baldwin has reason to suspect its involvement in at least five violent deaths. Thirty years later, several suspicious deaths occur in Cambridge - and, once again, the tainted relic has a crucial part to play. Finally, it' s despatched to London, where Philip Gooden' s Nick Revill will determine its ultimate fate. Several decades later, the Cross turns up in the possession of a dealer, robbed and murdered en route to Glastonbury. It was July, 1100. Jerusalem lies ransacked. The relic is said to be cursed: anyone who touches it will meet an untimely and gruesome end. Amidst the chaos, an English knight is entrusted with a valuable religious relic: a fragment of the True Cross, allegedly stained with the blood of Christ. Investigating the death, Bernard Knight' s protagonist, Crowner John learns of its dark history.
|Estracts from address of department commander Samuel S. Burdett, at the 15th annual encampment of the Department of the Potomac, Grand Army of the Republic, ... at Washingington, D.C., January 30, 1883 Книга по Требованию the r.D. |
|The Sacred Stone Simon & Schuster The M.M. |
But the villagers are soon cursed with violence and murder as they fight to gain control of the precious object.
|The Book of Where? A Gazetteer of Places Real & Imaginary CRW Publishing Dale R. |
Part 2 provides a list of countries of the world with their capitals and other important centres, political divisions, and more esoteric information such as their internet domain suffixes.
|Liverpool - Wondrous Place: From the Cavern to the Capital of Culture Virgin Publishing Paul D.N. |
In "2002, Guinness World Records: British Hit Singles" voted Liverpool ' World Capital of Pop' recognising that Liverpool' s homegrown talent has produced more number one hit singles per capita than anywhere else in the world. In 2008, Liverpool will celebrate its crown as European Capital of Culture. Paul Du Noyer' s acclaimed book takes us on a tour of the rich musical history of his hometown, from the world-famous Cavern Club in Mathew Street, host to the Beatles' debut performance in 1961, to the city' s musical future with contemporary bands like The Zutons.
|The Place-Names Of Argyll Книга по Требованию Cameron G.H. |
|The World in Vogue: People, Parties, Places Random House, Inc. Hamish B. |
|Are Third World Nations truly Sovereign?. With the existence of International Laws and the globalization phenomenon in place, can third world nations in Africa truly claim to be sovereign? Книга по Требованию Iyadunni A. |
For African Nations to come into their own and compete on the same level like their sort after Counterparties - the developed Nations, they would need to look back on what they did wrong to help make the right decisions for the present and future Africa.
|The Place of Poetry in the Teaching of English for Years 9, 10 and 11 Students Poetry and Pedagogy. Once Preferred, Now Peripheral: Книга по Требованию |
Such students as educators of the next generation will avoid teaching poetry. O' Neill (also known as Sister Leonie of the Sisters of Mercy, Nga Whaea Atawhai o Aotearoa) based her methodology on surveys and interviews with students past and present, teachers and teacher-educators in New Zealand schools. Investigation included research of educational journals of the UK, USA, Ireland and Australia. This book also identifies ways in which the teaching of poetry can be made central to the teaching of written, spoken and visual language. A favourite quote: "Read me with your ears". Gerard Manley Hopkins. A cycle of disadvantage is thus set up whereby many students leave school without having encountered literature at its most intense and concentrated. Today it is marginalised. Fifty years ago poetry was a key element in the English programme in most schools.