Helping At risk Students

character may suggest some of the 'cool-head coping thoughts and actions' we talked about last time.” b. “The hot-head character may represent the good ...

Author: Jill Waterman

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 1606230026

Category: Education

Page: 272

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Engaging, activity based, and effective, this widely used group counseling curriculum (the SPARK program) is designed for flexible implementation in school or clinical settings. The program helps youth build skills for school success and social-emotional growth while exploring such crucial topics as personal goals, ethnic identity and prejudice, peer pressure, violence prevention, and family relationships. Featured are 36 reproducible handouts and forms—plus Spanish-language versions of the 32 handouts—in a large-size format with lay-flat binding for ease of use. New to This Edition *Revised and expanded to incorporate new findings and field-tested strategies. *New module on male–female relationships. *New sessions on emotion regulation, communication, and relational aggression. *Strategies for whole-class implementation have been added. *Nearly half of the 68 reproducibles are new or revised.

Keep a Cool Head and a Warm Heart

This notebook features the quote " Keep a cool head and a warm heart " on the cover, it's perfect for anyone to record ideas, or to use for writing and note-taking.

Author: Lambda Publishing

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 108

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This notebook features the quote " Keep a cool head and a warm heart " on the cover, it's perfect for anyone to record ideas, or to use for writing and note-taking. It can be used as a notebook, journal or composition book. Simple and elegant. 108 pages, high quality cover and 6 x 9" inches in size.

The Linguistics of Temperature

Here is another example of the head as a body part linked with cold temperature. being rational is having a cold head (37) Mari dengan kepala dingin kita ...

Author: Maria Koptjevskaja-Tamm

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

ISBN: 9027269173

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 934

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The volume is the first comprehensive typological study of the conceptualisation of temperature in languages as reflected in their systems of central temperature terms (hot, cold, to freeze, etc.). The key issues addressed here include questions such as how languages categorize the temperature domain and what other uses the temperature expressions may have, e.g., when metaphorically referring to emotions (‘warm words’). The volume contains studies of more than 50 genetically, areally and typologically diverse languages and is unique in considering cross-linguistic patterns defined both by lexical and grammatical information. The detailed descriptions of the linguistic and extra-linguistic facts will serve as an important step in teasing apart the role of the different factors in how we speak about temperature – neurophysiology, cognition, environment, social-cultural practices, genetic relations among languages, and linguistic contact. The book is a significant contribution to semantic typology, and will be of interest for linguists, psychologists, anthropologists and philosophers.

Proverbs

the state , where keeping a cool and clear head at all times regardless of the provocation was absolutely essential . Perhaps some of these proverbs by ...

Author: Kenneth T. Aitken

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 9780664245863

Category: Religion

Page: 264

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"Where there is no vision, the people perish." In this perceptive commentary familiar sayings from the book of Proverbs, such as this one, are seen in a new light. Kenneth T. Aitken deepens our understanding of the collection of popular sayings and folk wisdom of ancient Israel. Carrying forward brilliantly the pattern established by Barclay's New Testament series, the Daily Study Bible has been extended to cover the entire Old Testament as well. Invaluable for individual devotional study, for group discussion, and for classroom use, the Daily Study Bible provides a useful, reliable, and eminently readable way to discover what the Scriptures were saying then and what God is saying today.


10 Practical Guidelines to Motivate Yourself

Keep Yourself Cool and Relaxed You can do anything if you are cool and relaxed. A cool head is essentially 'an old head on young shoulders'.

Author: Dr Irfan Amir

Publisher: Andrews UK Limited

ISBN: 1783332425

Category: Self-Help

Page: 154

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Practical tips and unique insights on self motivation. The ten-factor listing is based entirely on author’s own thoughts. The guidelines will help increase level of motivation enabling one to be more productive. The content also has the potential for making readers reassess their worldview. Another key benefit could be achieving higher levels of motivation while at the same time gaining peace of mind and solace which, in turn, could increase one’s ability to achieve yet greater levels of motivation, serving as a valuable self-reinforcing mechanism. Each of the ten factors is dealt with in a three-step process. First, the factor is defined. Second, its link with motivation is explained. Third, detailed practical tips are given to help reader adopt the required skill.

The Origins of Cool in Postwar America

“Jazz turned the Cold War into a cool war,” according to German cultural ... it cool” is a combination of valorizing the rational mind—“keep a cool head,” ...

Author: Joel Dinerstein

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226152650

Category: History

Page: 541

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Cool. It was a new word and a new way to be, and in a single generation, it became the supreme compliment of American culture. The Origins of Cool in Postwar America uncovers the hidden history of this concept and its new set of codes that came to define a global attitude and style. As Joel Dinerstein reveals in this dynamic book, cool began as a stylish defiance of racism, a challenge to suppressed sexuality, a philosophy of individual rebellion, and a youthful search for social change. Through eye-opening portraits of iconic figures, Dinerstein illuminates the cultural connections and artistic innovations among Lester Young, Humphrey Bogart, Robert Mitchum, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, Jack Kerouac, Albert Camus, Marlon Brando, and James Dean, among others. We eavesdrop on conversations among Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, and Miles Davis, and on a forgotten debate between Lorraine Hansberry and Norman Mailer over the "white Negro" and black cool. We come to understand how the cool worlds of Beat writers and Method actors emerged from the intersections of film noir, jazz, and existentialism. Out of this mix, Dinerstein sketches nuanced definitions of cool that unite concepts from African-American and Euro-American culture: the stylish stoicism of the ethical rebel loner; the relaxed intensity of the improvising jazz musician; the effortless, physical grace of the Method actor. To be cool is not to be hip and to be hot is definitely not to be cool. This is the first work to trace the history of cool during the Cold War by exploring the intersections of film noir, jazz, existential literature, Method acting, blues, and rock and roll. Dinerstein reveals that they came together to create something completely new—and that something is cool.

Intelligent Design

In fact, I was the only one to get an A in dissection, because I was the only one who managed to peer inside a rat's belly and keep a cool head.

Author: Denise Little

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101136219

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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These ten original stories explore one of the most heatedly debated topics today. From a tale that examines whether life on Earth is an out-of-control science project, to one which reveals which species will inherit the planet, to a portrait of a scientist determined to discover the truth about God, the stories in this anthology tackle the big questions in ways that range from startling to satirical?and are always entertaining.

Calm Cool and Confident

He is made calm and serene by the realization that in these crises of his voyage he needs a clear mind and a cool head; that he has naught to do but to do ...

Author: Rittik Chandra

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 3736825854

Category: Self-Help

Page: 35

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"Calm, Cool and Confident" will teach you how to increase your confidence, tackle daily challenges, live with passion and purpose, and realize all your ambitions. It contains proven steps and strategies on how to become a successful person in your own and consequently, achieve your targeted goals. It will serve as your ultimate guide to be the person you desire to be. It encompasses so many concepts and ideas to attain success that have been really helpful to your everyday life.


Zen Computer

In the end, the coolest head prevails. Once, a student who claimed to have an ... The lack of a cool head, in Bankei's eyes, showed a lack of selfmastery.

Author: Philip Toshio Sudo

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743218931

Category: Philosophy

Page: 224

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Anyone who has ever cursed a computer will benefit from Zen Computer, with its soothing approach to living calmly amid the constant upheavals of new technology. In a simple, easy-to-read style, Philip Toshio Sudo shows how the ancient principles of Zen philosophy apply to the modern science of bits and bytes, helping computer novices and the techno-savvy alike deal with everything from computer crashes to major life changes. Divided into short, concise chapters, the book includes a user's guide to mindful computing, and features "The Seven Rules of Zen Computer." Quotes from thinkers such as Blaise Pascal, Albert Einstein, and Bill Gates illustrate the links between Western science and Eastern philosophy, making Zen Computer accessible to all readers, regardless of their familiarity with Zen. Filled with Zen stories, samurai maxims, and beautiful artwork that combines Japanese brush painting with digital imagery, Zen Computer shows us how the interface between the traditional and technological can be found right here, right now.

Neuroliberalism

Sometimes when you have a cool head and you have a reason to abandon your ... It is interesting to think of the role of deliberation and cool-headed thought ...

Author: Mark Whitehead

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317410165

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

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Many governments in the developed world can now best be described as ‘neuroliberal’: having a combination of neoliberal principles with policy initiatives derived from insights in the behavioural sciences. Neuroliberalism presents the results of the first critical global study of the impacts of the behavioural sciences on public policy and government actions, including behavioural economics, behavioural psychology and neuroeconomics. Drawing on interviews with leading behaviour change experts, organizations and policy-makers, and discussed in alignment with a series of international case studies, this volume provides a critical analysis of the ethical, economic, political and constitutional implications of behaviourally oriented government. It explores the impacts of the behavioural sciences on everyday life through a series of themes, including: understandings of the human subject; interpretations of freedom; the changing form and function of the state; the changing role of the corporation in society; and the design of everyday environments and technologies. The research presented in this volume reveals a diverse set of neuroliberal approaches to government that offer policy-makers and behaviour change professionals a real choice in relation to the systems of behavioural government they can implement. This book also argues that the behavioural sciences have the potential to support much more effective systems of government, but also generate new ethical concerns that policy-makers should be aware of.

Talks to My Patients

If the head is hot and the feet cold , lie down and take a head bath at seventy degrees for five minutes , having the back of the head in the water and the ...

Author: Rachel Brooks Gleason

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Child care

Page: 216

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The Human Mind Expressed in Written Form

I am someone who has a cool head, not a hot temper. As someone with a cool head, my advice to you is to also have a cool head! Take control of the situation ...

Author: Jeffrey Hammer

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN: 1635685656

Category: Self-Help

Page: 88

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Mindwriting II continues where Mind Reading in Written Form! and Mindwriting concludes which is it: shows you numerous ways to improve your personality, traits, qualities, characteristics, and your writing by applying Handwriting Analysis and affirmations and by showing you better ways to write in script as well as in print! This book teaches how to analyze a person’s handwriting and to do Handwriting Analysis. Mindwriting II is a self-improvement book! Mindwriting II is more like a det

A Cold Red Sunrise

Are you trying to keep a cool head while you get me to talk, Inspector?” “Perhaps a little,” Rostnikov agreed. “But just a little.

Author: Stuart M. Kaminsky

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 1453266364

Category: Fiction

Page: 213

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A Moscow cop is left out in the cold in this “impressive” Edgar Award winner for Best Mystery Novel (The Washington Post Book World). When forced to choose between the law and the party line, Police Inspector Porfiry Rostnikov has a disturbing tendency to fight for justice, and that has won him no friends at the Kremlin. Now his enemies in the KGB have arranged a transfer to the lowest rungs of Moscow law enforcement, a backwater department assigned to only the most hopeless cases, one of which is about to take Rostnikov deep into Siberia. A corrupt commissar has been stabbed through the eye with an icicle. A murder at this level should be a top priority, but Rostnikov gets the distinct impression that the powers-that-be would prefer this case go unsolved—and that Rostnikov not survive this Siberian winter. “As always, Kaminsky provides a colorful, tightly written mystery . . . filled with twists, countertwists, and a surprise ending that is plausible and clever.” —Chicago Tribune

Simply Mary

Maryam of Nazareth had a cool head. As a retired teacher I've known two types in the teachers I've worked with. Some panic at the first sight of trouble, ...

Author: James Prothero

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1725251256

Category: Religion

Page: 130

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The Virgin Mary has appeared to thousands and performed miracles from the early fifth century until now. Millions around the world are devoted to her. But have we wrapped so much elevating imagery around her that we've lost the real woman who gave birth to Our Lord? Was Mary of Nazareth a pain-free, perpetual virgin, a spiritual superwoman, even something of a goddess, floating calmly above the storms of her life? Or was she a woman who experienced the agony of childbirth, the dirt and grit of everyday existence, and ultimately witnessed her Son being tortured to death? What do we really know about her from Scripture, and how have we made this first-century peasant woman into a sort of glowing, semi-goddess? And while we're at it, how has the divinity of her Son obscured our clear sight of her? Simply Mary: Meditations on the Real Life of the Mother of Christ answers these questions in a combination of reflection and biography, exploring things we can know and can surmise from the record that have not been brought up before now. With both the eyes of faith and of a realistic, historical appraisal, this book addresses the most important question that has never been answered: who was the woman, Mary of Nazareth? Before she can be the Mother of God, she has to be a woman.

Meaning and Normativity

Consider two: 'j ought to X' means: j would plan to X if j considered the matter with a cool head, and brought all possible arguments to bear on the ...

Author: Allan Gibbard

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191664448

Category: Philosophy

Page: 336

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What does talk of meaning mean? All thinking consists in natural happenings in the brain. Talk of meaning though, has resisted interpretation in terms of anything that is clearly natural, such as linguistic dispositions. This, Kripke's Wittgenstein suggests, is because the concept of meaning is normative, on the 'ought' side of Hume's divide between is and ought. Allan Gibbard's previous books Wise Choices, Apt Feelings and Thinking How to Live treated normative discourse as a natural phenomenon, but not as describing the world naturalistically. His theory is a form of expressivism for normative concepts, holding, roughly, that normative statements express states of planning. This new book integrates his expressivism for normative language with a theory of how the meaning of meaning could be normative. The result applies to itself: metaethics expands to address key topics in the philosophy of language, topics which in turn include core parts of metaethics. An upshot is to lessen the contrast between expressivism and nonnaturalism: in their strongest forms, the two converge in all their theses. Still, they differ in the explanations they give. Nonnaturalists' explanations mystify, whereas expressivists render normative thinking intelligible as something to expect from beings like us, complexly social products of natural selection who talk with each other.

The Sun on My Head

spend most of the day doing stuff for other people, you also got to keep a cool head. I couldn't hold anything down, and stuff at home got real weird ...

Author: Geovani Martins

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571348262

Category: Fiction

Page: 272

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LONGLISTED FOR THE EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FIRST BOOK AWARD The Sun on My Head is a collection of thirteen stories set in Rio's largest favela, gravitating around the lives of young boys and men who, in spite of having to deal with the anguish and difficulties inherent to their age, also struggle with the violence involved in growing up on the less favoured side of the 'Broken City'. They smoke weed, sell weed, and notice the smell of weed lingering on the clothes of passersby in the streets. A boy steals his security-guard father's gun to show it to his friends, another runs into trouble disposing of a body, and another relapses into an old graffiti habit, with tragic consequences . Drugs and poverty colour them, but these stories also depict the pain of growing up with attendant hopes and desires. Geovani Martins has produced a spellbinding debut about masculinity, corruption, guilt, poverty and resilience. Completely of our time and yet profoundly timeless, it's a book that animates and humanises the people of a city whose humanity is often obscured by its own reputation.