For teachers, administrator, and parents   Regardless of the tenure of your teaching experience, you will find both guidance and pearls that will help and motivate you to transform your teaching. Written in a conversational style,  Dr. Jurchan and Dr. Downing, using concrete examples in all core areas of how to transform common activities into hotbeds of thinking.  To clarify critical points, the authors include “He Said. She Said” dialogs between one another, providing insight into their thought process.   This is a map of the change process “with GPS coordinates included.”

For teachers, administrator, and parents

Regardless of the tenure of your teaching experience, you will find both guidance and pearls that will help and motivate you to transform your teaching. Written in a conversational style,

Dr. Jurchan and Dr. Downing, using concrete examples in all core areas of how to transform common activities into hotbeds of thinking.

To clarify critical points, the authors include “He Said. She Said” dialogs between one another, providing insight into their thought process.

This is a map of the change process “with GPS coordinates included.”

Something for a teacher of any age   This is a how-to book for teachers of any age and any content area. Short and direct in its presentation with examples galore, this resource will help professors, school teachers, homesSunday school teachers, and parents.  Explore eight key strategies the Master Teacher used in his ministry on Earth.   Ideas and examples fill this book to overflowing!    There is no link to this book yet.

Something for a teacher of any age

This is a how-to book for teachers of any age and any content area. Short and direct in its presentation with examples galore, this resource will help professors, school teachers, homesSunday school teachers, and parents.

Explore eight key strategies the Master Teacher used in his ministry on Earth.

Ideas and examples fill this book to overflowing!

There is no link to this book yet.

Grow you idea into a plot and harvest a book   Where do you get your ideas?  What good is an outline?  What can I do with short stories I’ve written?   Idea Farming  is a booklet on the processes involved in writing a story of any length. Inside you’ll find the answers to those questions and many more.   “Some sage advice here! "The science of writing"... I love it! Especially the part about the bees lol...   I have been into writing since [my high school] days, and seeing [this] is yet another nudge from the Universe that it's time for me to get back to writing! Thanks! :)”  CelticQueen

Grow you idea into a plot and harvest a book

Where do you get your ideas?

What good is an outline?

What can I do with short stories I’ve written?

Idea Farming is a booklet on the processes involved in writing a story of any length. Inside you’ll find the answers to those questions and many more.

“Some sage advice here! "The science of writing"... I love it! Especially the part about the bees lol...

I have been into writing since [my high school] days, and seeing [this] is yet another nudge from the Universe that it's time for me to get back to writing! Thanks! :)”

CelticQueen

A compelling journey into a difficult time and place   Why can’t I see my baby? What are all those tubes? It sounds like their talking a foreign language!  Those questions are commonly asked in NICU. Where do you get answers?  Here’s what a NICU nurse has to say about the value of this book.  “This is a fabulous snapshot of what it is like to have an infant in the NICU.  The author has an amazing knack of capturing the very real struggle of a parents experience. There is a delicate balance of emotion & science.  NICU is a whole different world with a whole different language. The author does a great job of taking what is scary & foreign for families & puts it into words that make sense & reassure them that what they are experiencing & feeling is normal.   As a NICU nurse, I feel this is a great resource for families with infants in the NICU.”    Melissa Adamo, NICU Nurse

A compelling journey into a difficult time and place

Why can’t I see my baby? What are all those tubes? It sounds like their talking a foreign language!

Those questions are commonly asked in NICU. Where do you get answers?

Here’s what a NICU nurse has to say about the value of this book.

“This is a fabulous snapshot of what it is like to have an infant in the NICU.

The author has an amazing knack of capturing the very real struggle of a parents experience. There is a delicate balance of emotion & science.

NICU is a whole different world with a whole different language. The author does a great job of taking what is scary & foreign for families & puts it into words that make sense & reassure them that what they are experiencing & feeling is normal.

As a NICU nurse, I feel this is a great resource for families with infants in the NICU.”

Melissa Adamo, NICU Nurse