Author : Michael W. Harkins
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : The Way to Communicate
ISBN : 9780979875731
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By explaining how to understand and use shared life-experiences; develop and use greater awareness; and with an unprecedented collection of communication and presenting insights, readers follow a path that leads to establishing effective, personal communication connections with anyone. A book that provides an enduring foundation for how to interact with, speak and present to people effectively.

Author : Kathleen S. Verderber
Genre : Drama
Publisher : Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781305854918
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Now in its 15th edition, this groundbreaking human communication text equips students with the communication skills they need to be successful communicators. COMMUNICATE! engages students in active learning through theory, application and tools for practicing and assessing specific communication skills in interpersonal, intercultural, group, and public speaking settings, and in face-to-face and virtual environments. Skill-building exercises, including speech-plan action step activities, guide students through the speech preparation process. COMMUNICATE! provides lively contemporary examples and sample student speeches that ground theory, increase comprehension, and help students become skillful communicators. The role of ethics in communication is integrated throughout the text, as is the role of technology and social media. The chapters on listening (Ch. 6) and presentational aids (Ch. 13) have been significantly revised. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Author : Elizabeth Owens
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
Publisher : Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN : 1567185304
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Spiritualist mediums share their fascinating experiences with the "other side" No where else will you find such a wealth of anecdotes from noted professional mediums residing within a Spiritualist community. These real-life psychics shed light on spirit entities, spirit guides, relatives who are in spirit, and communication with all of those on the spirit side of life. You will explore the different categories of spirit guidance, and you will hear from the mediums themselves about their first contacts with the spirit world, as well as the various phenomena they have encountered. Noted mediums residing within a Spiritualist community share their innermost experiences, opinions, and advice regarding spirit communicationIncludes instructions for table tipping, automatic writing, and meditating to make contact with spiritsFor anyone interested in developing and understanding spiritual gifts· Winner of the 2001 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for Best Biographical/Personal Book

Author : Martin Goodwin
Genre : Education
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9781351700016
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How can I communicate even more effectively with people who have learning disabilities? Communicate with Me is an invaluable toolkit for carers, professionals, schools and services striving to improve the quality of their communication with those they support. Key features include: a comprehensive range of techniques and guidance for carers and professionals around how to communicate with and involve children and adults with learning disabilities; a wealth of practical examples and case studies to illustrate and contextualise the suggested approaches; a detailed quality assurance framework to help schools and services develop CPD, establish excellence across their organisations in the way that they communicate with people with learning difficulties and improve outcomes for those they support. Communicate with Me is a resource for anyone involved in supporting children or adults with a learning disability including residential or community support workers, play workers, advocates and teachers who work directly with people, as well as line managers and service managers who can facilitate change within service structures and promote good practice in their teams. Martin Goodwin is an experienced practitioner who has more than 18 years experience in working with children and young people in a range of capacities including management and direct delivery. Martin is a qualified teacher/ trainer in post compulsory education and children's rights advocate with a BA Hons in Professional Studies: Learning Difficulties, PG Cert in Social Studies and MA in Youth and Community studies. Jennie Miller specialises in working with adults with a learning disability in the residential setting where she has over ten years' experience, holding a management role since 2004. Jennie has a BA (hons) in Professional Studies: Learning Difficulties. Cath Edwards has over thirty years' experience of working with children and young people with learning disabilities including autism and severe and profound multiple learning disability. Cath has a BEd in education, a degree-level qualification in special educational needs, and is a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Cath is also a qualified yoga teacher and a professional storyteller. Review: The publication of this resource is timely. Services are shrinking and specialist support is contracting. People with learning disabilities need informed, committed and skillful partners in their struggle to take their rightful place in society - and this accessible, interactive and comprehensive guide will prove an invaluable support to everyone who has the privilege and the challenge of sharing their lives and work with people who have difficulties in communication. Dr Nicola Grove, Consultant in Communication and Narrative, Honorary Senior Lecturer, Tizard Centre, Founder, Openstorytellers.

Author : Laurent Poret
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Laurent Poret
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Do you want to talk to a loved one who has died or learn more about an ancestor? You may hope to be able to reason with a mind that seems to haunt your home. People have been talking with the dead for thousands of years using varieties of different reasons.

Author : Heidi Shaver
Genre : Education
Publisher : Corwin Press
ISBN : 9780761931423
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Instructional leaders need a wide range of skills and talents to be effective in today's schools, and this text highlights techniques, skills, and strategies for effective performance.

Author : Alan Kelly
Genre : Reference
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780190936617
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The transmission of information transcends time. Since the beginning of humanity, people have shared stories, dreams, wishes, and findings. Within a scientific context, the delivery of information is especially important. Researchers have been sharing their ideas and building on the work of others for as long as we have studied our world. How can a researcher ensure their ideas will be shared most effectively with the next generation, though? In How Scientists Communicate, Alan Kelly accompanies readers through the many processes of scholarly communication within the field of science. The chapters include an analysis of modern scientific communication, an overview of the historical development of such communication, the nature and goals of a scientific research paper, as well as practical and applicable information for researchers. He explores scientific communication from various perspectives, including the writing process, stages of writing, evaluation through peer review, publication, and what happens afterwards. This exploration into scientific writing emphasizes the importance of readability and writing for the intended audience. Kelly engages with landmark historical papers, but he doesn't shy away from his own experiences and opinions. This treatise on the art of scientific communication is interesting for readers with various levels of experience, making this book a go-to resource for anyone trying to share their ideas within the scientific community, or interested in how the outputs of science impact our world.

Author : Rebecca Stefoff
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
ISBN : 9781608706129
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Animals communicate through a myriad of ways including body language and pheromones. This thoughtful book surrounding ethology and how animals communicate through smell, taste, sight, sound, and feel reveals the secrets and science behind animals. Elephants will show affection with each other by entwining their trunks. Kangaroos and rabbits thump their hind legs to warn others of impending danger. Explanative text by award-winning author Rebecca Stefoff and an extensive bibliography are included along with key scientific terms and phrases. Step-by-step guidance is provided for scientific observation of animal behavior which can create an energized and thought provoking classroom experience.

Author : Trudi Fitzhenry
Genre : Education
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781472919298
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With the revision of the EYFS in September 2012, Communication and Language became one of the three Prime Areas of learning. This books seeks to provide valuable guidance for practitioners across the entire Early Years provision. This is a practical tool that will enable practitioners to be innovative and exciting whilst meeting their targets. It includes suggestions for parents to try out at home, and a variety of ideas to inspire adult-led learning.

Author : LeRoy L. Lane
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN : 9781597521680
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The perfect guide to more effective communication, 'By All Means Communicate', Second Edition presents communication concepts and skills that can be used in a variety of situations. LeRoy L. Lane, Ph.D. University of Oregon, brings years of teaching experience to this hybrid approach to communication, covering fundamentals, interpersonal, small group, and public contexts. The new edition explores topics such as: Taking notes on the speaker's message (Chapter 2). Improving your perception (Chapter 3). Touching in nonverbal communication (Chapter 5). Characteristics of creativity (Chapter 6). Management of interpersonal conflicts (Chapter 8).