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A Survival Guide for Parents of Students Making a Career Choice

Author: Andrée Harpur,Mary Quirke

Publisher: Orpen Press

ISBN: 1842182471

Category: Social Science

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Written by two experienced career guidance counsellors in an honest and clear style, Sorted! helps parents and secondary school students to negotiate the tricky process of choosing a career. With the intention of removing the stress and complications of making career decisions, Sorted: Outlines all the different options upon leaving school – higher education, further education, studying abroad, apprenticeships and professional trainingExplains how to make informed decisions around key areas such as the CAO process and choosing school subjectsExplores how natural interests and abilities can lead to an enjoyable and successful career Sorted! is an essential guide to the world beyond school primarily for parents, but will also prove useful for students, teachers and career guidance counsellors. About the authors Andrée Harpur of Andrée Harpur and Associates is an established guidance counsellor. She writes columns on career development in the Irish Times and the Sunday Business Post and is on the staff of the Master's in Career Guidance in Dublin City University. Mary Quirke is a private guidance counsellor with Career Confidence and assistant director of the Association of Higher Education Access and Disability (AHEAD). "All in all it is a fine product with a clearly defined audience. For any parent of a Leaving Cert student this would make ideal reading. While a lot of information is shared on the parental network and grapevine it is often not always reliable information, and this very readable book along with an approachable Guidance Counsellor should help fill the information vacuum." Guideline - The Institute of Guidance Counsellors Newsletter, Vol 38, No. 1

The Young Professional's Survival Guide

From Cab Fares to Moral Snares

Author: C. K. Gunsalus

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674067290

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 190

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A nationally recognized expert on professional ethics uses pungent real-world examples to help people new to the work world recognize ethical situations that can lead to career-damaging mistakes—and prevent them. Gunsalus offers questions to ask yourself, sample scripts to use on others, and guidance in handling disputes fairly and diplomatically.

Dyslexia Unravelled

An Irish Guide to a Global Problem

Author: Rita Treacy

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781786050250

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Page: 172

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Provides insight into the complexity surrounding the early identification and treatment of dyslexia. It is written from the author's unique perspective as a professional speech and language therapist who suffers from classic dyslexia herself. Aimed primarily at parents, Dyslexia Unravelled will also be of interest to anyone with a concern about or interest in understanding dyslexia.

Resources in Education

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Essential Guide to Becoming a Doctor

Author: Adrian Blundell,Richard Harrison,Benjamin W. Turney

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781444329766

Category: Medical

Page: 276

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All you need to know about becoming a doctor in the UK This book contains all the help you need to become a doctor. From applying to medical school through to choosing your specialty, you can find out: How to choose a medical school How to get into medical school How to survive as a medical student All about electives What life is like as a doctor As well as easy to follow information on choosing, getting into - and surviving - medical school, junior doctors in different specialties provide unique insight with firsthand accounts of what the job is like in real life, to help you plan and decide your future career path. Included in this fully updated third edition is the latest information on admission tests, an admission table with practical details about each medical school (as well as greater coverage of graduate medical schools), making this now even more comprehensive for everyone planning a career in medicine.

Survival Guide for New Teachers

Author: N.A

Publisher: InfoStrategist.com

ISBN: 1592431631

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Orca Sports Resource Guide

Author: Sarah N. Harvey,Susan Greye

Publisher: Orca Book Publishers

ISBN: 9781554693764

Category: Education

Page: 108

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Perfect for reluctant teen readers, the Orca Sports titles combine mystery and adventure with team sports such as hockey, baseball, football and soccer, and solo sports like scuba diving, running, sailing, horse racing and even race-car driving. Written by popular, award-winning writers such as Sigmund Brouwer and Nikki Tate, Orca Sports books engage young readers with exciting plots and easy-to-read language. The Orca Sports Resource Guide provides teachers with ideas for connecting each title in the series to the curriculum, the text and, most importantly, the students. Certain to encourage lively discussion in the classroom, the Orca Sports Resource Guide is a valuable tool for teachers who want to give their students the very best.

Surviving Middle School

A Practical Guide for Parents

Author: Ellen Fellenz

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781469986470

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 122

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A fellow educator once told me that her goal was to help students thrive, not just survive. The goal of this book is to help parents do the same while their children are in middle school. Middle school offers many challenges for families. Here you will find practical, easy to implement solutions to these challenges, as well as tools to keep the connection with your child during these years. Preserving your relationship with your child is not only important to make it through the middle school years, but essential to being an effective parent during the next stage of adolescence, Teenagers. This book was written to help you retain your sanity and sense of humor while persevering through these often challenging times as a parent.Parenting is not an easy job. So many parents have said to me, "If they (my kids) only came with a book!” Well, here is the book that should have come with your kids and will help your whole family get through the tough middle school years.

Beat Stress with Strength

A Survival Guide for Work and Life

Author: Stephanie Spera,Sandra Lanto

Publisher: Jist Works

ISBN: 9781571120786

Category: Self-Help

Page: 181

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Here is expert advice on how to fight stress and win compiled from more than 15 years of intensive study, formal research, and hundreds of interactive workshops with thousands of participants. Includes a Personal Stress Test that pinpoints sources of stress and its effects, as well as 15 ways to reduce work-related stress.

Paying for College

Author: Marc Robinson

Publisher: Time Life Education

ISBN: 9780783547930

Category: Education

Page: 40

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Includes information on obtaining money for college, repaying loans, military assistance, and different types of schools

Where to Find Out More about Education

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The Software Encyclopedia

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Category: Computer industry

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Opening All Options

Proceedings of the 1987 Ohio Middle School and Junior High School Career Guidance Conference

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Publisher: N.A

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Category: Career education

Page: 166

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Professors' Guide(TM) to Getting Good Grades in College

Author: Dr. Lynn F. Jacobs,Jeremy S. Hyman

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0061750484

Category: Study Aids

Page: 368

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The Professors' Guide to Getting Good Grades in College is the first book to reveal the insider secrets about how professors really grade. The book offers high-value, practical tips about how to succeed at each of the five "grade-bearing" moments of the semester: (1) The Start (2) The Class (3) The Exam (4) The Paper and (5) The Last Month of the Semester. Fast-paced, entertaining, and easy-to-follow, the Professors' Guide will help you get truly excellent grades in college.

British Book News

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Includes no. 53a: British wartime books for young people.

Success in Graduate School

How Exemplary Advisors Guide Their Doctoral Advisees

Author: Benita J. Barnes

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Faculty advisors

Page: 376

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College and Career Ready

Helping All Students Succeed Beyond High School

Author: David T. Conley

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470592877

Category: Education

Page: 336

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Taming Japan's Deflation

The Debate over Unconventional Monetary Policy

Author: Gene Park,Saori N. Katada,Giacomo Chiozza,Yoshiko Kojo

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 1501728180

Category: Political Science

Page: 264

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Bolder economic policy could have addressed the persistent bouts of deflation in post-bubble Japan, write Gene Park, Saori N. Katada, Giacomo Chiozza, and Yoshiko Kojo in Taming Japan's Deflation. Despite warnings from economists, intense political pressure, and well-articulated unconventional policy options to address this problem, Japan's central bank, the Bank of Japan (BOJ), resisted taking the bold actions that the authors believe would have significantly helped. With Prime Minister Abe Shinzo's return to power, Japan finally shifted course at the start of 2013 with the launch of Abenomics—an economic agenda to reflate the economy—and Abe's appointment of new leadership at the BOJ. As Taming Japan's Deflation shows, the BOJ's resistance to experimenting with bolder policy stemmed from entrenched policy ideas that were hostile to activist monetary policy. The authors explain how these policy ideas evolved over the course of the BOJ's long history and gained dominance because of the closed nature of the broader policy network. The explanatory power of policy ideas and networks suggests a basic inadequacy in the dominant framework for analysis of the politics of monetary policy derived from the literature on central bank independence. This approach privileges the interaction between political principals and their supposed agents, central bankers; but Taming Japan's Deflation shows clearly that central bankers' views, shaped by ideas and institutions, can be decisive in determining monetary policy. Through a combination of institutional analysis, quantitative empirical tests, in-depth case studies, and structured comparison of Japan with other countries, the authors show that, ultimately, the decision to adopt aggressive monetary policy depends largely on the bankers' established policy ideas and policy network.

Current Index to Journals in Education

Semi-Annual Cumulations 1984, Volume 1, January to June

Author: ABC-CLIO, LLC,ANONIMO

Publisher: Oryx Press

ISBN: 9780897741842

Category: Reference

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Current Index to Journals in Education

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