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Learning Jillian One Game At A Time
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Download or read book Learning Jillian written by Pierce and published by . This book was released on 2016-06-05 with total page 196 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Younger, buff baseball player Dallas Monroe moves in next door to shy and erotically- inexperienced Jillian Miles and designs a game of passion around a world championship baseball series to help guide her in exploring what excites her.
Book Synopsis Beyond Edutainment: Exploring the Educational Potential of Computer Games by : Simon Egenfeldt-Nielsen
Download or read book Beyond Edutainment: Exploring the Educational Potential of Computer Games written by Simon Egenfeldt-Nielsen and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2011-01-25 with total page 210 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Computer games have attracted much attention over the years, mostly attention of the less flattering kind. This has been true for computer games focused on entertainment, but also for what for years seemed a sure winner, edutainment. These years the area has gained new momentum and labels - game-based learning, serious games and educational games are just some of them. This dissertation aims to be a contribution to understanding educational use of computer games by building a framework that goes beyond edutainment. The framework laid out extends from an experiential learning approach, where concrete experiences are the starting point that can be transformed through reflection, instruction and active experimentation. It is concluded that computer games provide rich concrete experience that can be manipulated in the game universe providing more handles for the student compared to other media formats.
Book Synopsis Holly Berries and Hockey Pucks: A Clean Small Town Holiday Romance by : Lucinda Race
Download or read book Holly Berries and Hockey Pucks: A Clean Small Town Holiday Romance written by Lucinda Race and published by MC Two Press. This book was released on 2021-11-15 with total page 225 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Enjoy this clean, small town, holiday romance by award winning and bestselling author, Lucinda Race Hockey, holidays, and a slap shot to the heart Jillian Morgan, single mom and flower shop owner, once had a promising career as a women’s hockey player. Instead, she now has a precocious six-year-old daughter who loves hockey as much as she did. Jillian’s focus is her daughter and the busy upcoming holiday season in the small town of Dickens. Then a newcomer stops in for flowers. He might be good looking—no, great looking—but Jillian doesn’t need a complication of the male variety. Brett Parsons hasn’t held a hockey stick in ten years, not since an injury ended his dreams of being an NHL star. He’s moved to Dickens to help his newly widowed mother. With a recently broken engagement, and still unpacking while looking for a job as a physical therapist, he doesn’t have any interest in dating. But he might make an exception for the pretty blue-eyed florist. Brett’s delighted when he takes a job coaching the local youth hockey group and find’s Jillian’s daughter on his team. Jillian’s not the average hockey mom, and Brett’s looking forward to discovering her secrets. In spite of the attraction, Jill’s wary. It’s easier to stay single than to have her heart broken again. But both of them know life rarely turns out as planned. In a town that cherishes Christmas, hockey pucks and holly berries might just lead to kisses under the mistletoe. Holly Berries and Hockey Pucks is the second novel in A Dickens Holiday Romance Series, although each book can be read as standalone. A sweet and clean romantic story with a guaranteed happily ever after. Happy reading!
Book Synopsis Against Race- and Class-Based Pedagogy in Early Childhood Education by : Stephanie C. Smith
Download or read book Against Race- and Class-Based Pedagogy in Early Childhood Education written by Stephanie C. Smith and published by Springer. This book was released on 2016-04-29 with total page 239 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book examines differing classroom pedagogies in two early childhood programs serving vulnerable populations in Chicago, one program Reggio Emilia-inspired, while the other uses a more didactic pedagogy. The structure of classroom pedagogies is defined using Basil Bernstein's theories of visible and invisible pedagogy.
Book Synopsis Wii Fitness For Dummies by : Christina T. Loguidice
Download or read book Wii Fitness For Dummies written by Christina T. Loguidice and published by John Wiley & Sons. This book was released on 2010-02-15 with total page 231 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Have fun while getting fit! Here's how to get the most from your Wii Fitness system It's a perfect fit — Wii gaming fun designed to improve your overall health and fitness! The advice of these two personal trainers makes it even better. You'll learn to use Wii Fit Plus, EA Sports Active: Personal Trainer, and Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010. Find out how to create your own individualized workout and watch yourself improve! What's all this stuff? — set up Wii Fit Plus, EA Sports Active: Personal Trainer, and Jillian Michaels Fitness Ultimatum 2010 The right way — learn the safest and most effective way to perform dozens of exercises Spice it up — explore different types of exercises to keep your routine fresh Take a deep breath — improve health benefits by learning optimal breathing techniques Have a heart — strengthen your heart and lungs while enjoying the challenge of sports A delicate balance — identify routines that improve your balance while strengthening different muscle groups All season sports — experience volleyball, baseball, boxing, tennis, inline skating, and basketball right in your living room Keep it interesting — vary your workout by moving among the featured games Open the book and find: Ways to vary your routine How to set up your Fitness Profile Tips for staying motivated The power of yoga and strength training What to consider when setting fitness goals Warm-up and cool-down routines How to build your own workout Ten cool Wii Fitness accessories Ten other Wii Fitness games to expand your virtual gym
Book Synopsis Handbook of Research on Serious Games for Educational Applications by : Zheng, Robert
Download or read book Handbook of Research on Serious Games for Educational Applications written by Zheng, Robert and published by IGI Global. This book was released on 2016-08-01 with total page 496 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Games have been part of the entertainment industry for decades. Once only considered viable for personal entertainment, virtual gaming media is now being explored as a useful tool for learning and student engagement. The Handbook of Research on Serious Games for Educational Applications presents a comprehensive examination of the implementation of gaming in classroom settings and the cognitive benefits this integration presents. Highlighting theoretical, psychological, instructional design, and teaching perspectives, this book is a pivotal reference source for researchers, educators, professionals, and academics interested in the innovative opportunities of game-based learning.
Download or read book The Nowhere Kids written by Calvin Locke and published by Calvin Locke. This book was released on with total page 381 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A thrilling tale filled with action and adventure. Fun for the whole family. Read the continuing saga of children with the ability to do amazing things in the Dream World. They've succeeded in their first task. Now, they must face a new enemy... 'The Nowhere Kids' are Dream Fighters who the academy has lost contact with. No one knows for sure what happened to them, just that they vanished in the Dream World. It turns out they hadn't gone very far and they plan to destroy the academy and the Dream Fighters. Just as the Dream Fighters started to enjoy peace after the war with Sarlak and the Gorgons, things start to heat up again. Jillian has a vision of a bridge collapse and is told she must stop it from happening. Danny hears voices, taunting him, saying they are coming for him. He decides to investigate. Where the old academy once stood a new one has sprung up. This one looks more modern, with incredible technology. Danny has been named Headmaster, a title he is very uncomfortable with, after Sarlak's defeat and Uncle Johnny's retirement. At a young age he must decide if he will act as the Dream Fighters' leader or savior, and decides he must save them from the coming attack.Even with his immense powers, he is defenseless against this force. When the Dream Fighters discover Danny has been captured, they launch a rescue mission, unaware that a large, technologically advanced enemy awaits them. Braden assumes control of the rescue force, and must somehow figure out how to beat an enemy that clearly outnumbers him in both fighters and machines. This fourth installment in the Dream Fighter Chronicles shows the fighters growing up and facing serious decisions with dangerous consequences. Enemies old and new will appear, along with a class of new recruits with unique powers. In investigating the Nowhere Kids, the Dream Fighters discover many secrets, including who Allie (the Academy Library Learning Intelligence) really is. Packed with action and excitement, The Nowhere Kids will keep readers turning pages as several plots come together in an ending no one could see coming. Can the Dream Fighters figure out how to defeat an enemy clearly superior to them?
Download or read book One Flesh written by Delores Glass and published by Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.. This book was released on 2018-02-19 with total page 365 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: After giving up a lucrative New York City architectural career to avoid being stalked by his boss's daughter, Graham found himself in a utopian country lifestyle in "upstate." His high standards kept him from serious relationships with the opposite sex during his youth, but he found his perfect woman in a most unusual setting when he least expected it. But his past was not to be denied, and it was destined to catch up with him and plunge him into an international intrigue that cost him the love of his life and nearly his life itself. The gripping story of how drugs, human trafficking, betrayal, obsession, greed, and tremendous tragedy are overcome by enduring love based on biblical principles is told in this heart-wrenching story. One Flesh is the love story that all women long for in their personal lives, and its ending will leave them believing it is possible.
Book Synopsis Visionary Middle Schools by : Catherine Cobb Morocco
Download or read book Visionary Middle Schools written by Catherine Cobb Morocco and published by Teachers College Press. This book was released on 2006-01-01 with total page 208 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Take an up-close look at inclusive urban schools that work. This important new book addresses head-on the critical national concern of educating an ever-more diverse student population. Visionary Middle Schools describes how three schools developed unique local solutions that were responsive to their particular students, to their cultures, and to their district and state mandates. Each school is organized around a different school-wide instructional practice, a "signature practice" that reflects that school's particular beliefs about learning. Despite obstacles such as poverty, low English-language proficiency, and new immigrant status, each of these schools is the strongest performing in their respective districts and presents approaches and lessons of relevance to urban schools across the country.
Book Synopsis Let Them Choose by : Jillian Douglas
Download or read book Let Them Choose written by Jillian Douglas and published by Association for Talent Development. This book was released on 2016-10-18 with total page 175 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A model for social experiential learning focused on choice. Lecturing on its own is ineffective. But what’s the alternative? Combine the best of brain science and learning theory with the power of choice. Deliver meaningful training programs that stimulate your learners, rather than bore them to sleep. Let Them Choose shows you how to get participants out of their seats and into station-based activities catered to distinct learning preferences, interaction types, and technology options. Part experiential, part social, and part emotional, the Cafeteria Learning Style model encourages learners to explore and absorb content at their own speed and direction. It puts learners in the best position to succeed. Supercharge the relevance of your content by encouraging learners to act, problem-solve, and construct their own knowledge. Apply content (the ingredients) to a variety of interchangeable activities (the recipes) that result in learning experiences (the meal) that acknowledge their diversity. Allow them to choose whether to engage with your content through collaboration, competition, movement, or reflection, on their own or with a partner or group. Adult learning experts Shannon McKenzie and Jillian Douglas walk you through designing, facilitating, and measuring a learning experience that’s proven to delight your learners. Watch retention and engagement soar as you use this easily replicable model to give your training program participants the freedom to choose.
Download or read book The New Me written by Adro Sarnelli and published by Hachette UK. This book was released on 2011-02-01 with total page 174 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: At 9 Adro Sarnelli was 75 kg, struggling with schoolyard taunts, and getting angry with himself and the world. At 18 and almost 120 kg, he wasn't dealing with the real reasons for his escaling weight. At 26, weighting in excess of 155 kg, having failed with numerous diets, he made a decision. In 2006, Adro auditioned for the first Australian series of 'The Biggest Loser' in a last-ditch attempt to lose the weight and become the person and father he always wanted to be thin and fit, happy and involved. Not only did he go on to win, he also inspired millions of Australians by losing more than 50 kg in four months - discovering that he'd had the power within himself all along to create his 'new me'. Part memoir, part weight loss book, THE NEW ME is Adro's very personal story of a lifetime of struggling with weight. Let Adro's philosophy and his own program inspire you to get off the emotional roller-coaster ride, lose the weight and turn your life around.
Download or read book The Booster written by Jennifer Solow and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2007-07-24 with total page 323 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This smart and gripping tale follows a chic Upper East Side kleptomaniac who gets seduced into the dark, erotic underworld of a South American high fashion shoplifting ring.
Book Synopsis The Queen's Bargain by : Anne Bishop
Download or read book The Queen's Bargain written by Anne Bishop and published by Penguin. This book was released on 2020-03-10 with total page 434 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: POWER HAS A PRICE. SO DOES LOVE. Return to the dark, sensual, and powerful world of the Black Jewels in this long-awaited new story in the New York Times bestselling fantasy saga. After a youthful mistake, Lord Dillon's reputation is in tatters, leaving him vulnerable to aristo girls looking for a bit of fun. To restore his reputation and honor, he needs a handfast--a one-year contract of marriage. He sets his sights on Jillian, a young Eyrien witch from Ebon Rih, who he believes has only a flimsy connection to the noble society that spurned him. Unfortunately for Dillon, he is unaware of Jillian's true connections until he finds himself facing Lucivar Yaslana, the volatile Warlord Prince of Ebon Rih. Meanwhile, Surreal SaDiablo's marriage is crumbling. Daemon Sadi, the Warlord Prince of Dhemlan, recognizes there is something wrong between him and Surreal, but he doesn't realize that his attempt to suppress his own nature in order to spare his wife is causing his mind to splinter. To save Daemon, and the Realm of Kaeleer if he breaks, help must be sought from someone who no longer exists in any of the Realms--the only Queen powerful enough to control Daemon Sadi. The Queen known as Witch. As Jillian rides the winds of first love with Dillon, Daemon and Surreal struggle to survive the wounds of a marriage turned stormy--and Lucivar has to find a way to keep everyone in his family safe...even from each other.
Book Synopsis Single Season Sitcoms of the 1980s by : Bob Leszczak
Download or read book Single Season Sitcoms of the 1980s written by Bob Leszczak and published by McFarland. This book was released on 2016-05-17 with total page 272 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: As the cable TV industry exploded in the 1980s, offering viewers dozens of channels, an unprecedented number of series were produced. For every successful sitcom--The Golden Girls, Family Ties, Newhart--there were flops such as Take Five with George Segal, Annie McGuire with Mary Tyler Moore, One Big Family with Danny Thomas and Life with Lucy starring Lucille Ball, proving that a big name does not a hit show make. Other short-lived series were springboards for future stars, like Day by Day (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), The Duck Factory (Jim Carrey), Raising Miranda (Bryan Cranston) and Square Pegs (Sarah Jessica Parker). This book unearths many single-season sitcoms of the '80s, providing behind-the-scenes stories from cast members, guest stars, writers, producers and directors.
Book Synopsis Totlandia: The Twosies (Book 8 - Summer) by : Josie Brown
Download or read book Totlandia: The Twosies (Book 8 - Summer) written by Josie Brown and published by Signal Press. This book was released on 2017-12-07 with total page 314 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: IN BOOK 8 OF THE TOTLANDIA SERIES: The final book of the series is filled with surprising conclusions for the Pacific Heights parents you’ve come to love—and the one you love to hate: Stress from the club and motherhood puts Lorna into a tailspin that threatens life. Will Matthew make the right choice for her and their children? Jade’s past puts her career and her marriage to Reggie in jeopardy; In the hope of salvaging her friendship with Jillian, Ally makes a decision that will affect their lives forever. But can it also save her relationship with Brady? And finally: when Art’s funeral fails to end Bettina’s personal purgatory in San Francisco’s social circles, her new puts her back on top—but her successes come at a high price: the love and acceptance of those she loves most. Welcome to Totlandia's summer of love, lust, temptation, and redemption.
Book Synopsis The Teacher-Writer by : Christine M. Dawson
Download or read book The Teacher-Writer written by Christine M. Dawson and published by Teachers College Press. This book was released on 2016-12-12 with total page 141 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Teacher-Writer shows how teachers can pursue and sustain personally and professionally worthwhile writing practices, even amidst the many demands associated with teaching. It meets teachers wherever they are—as novice teachers just beginning to pursue writing, as teachers emerging from a professional development experience, or as accomplished writers seeking to further their craft. Chapter by chapter, the book provides strategies to help teachers get started on projects, build energy for writing, overcome obstacles of limited time, create support systems using online technologies, and develop coherence across their writing lives. The text includes useful writing group routines, questions for framing collaborative inquiry, methods for adapting writing communities to online settings, and rich examples of conversations and texts shared in actual teacher writing group meetings. Book Features: Focuses on teacher-writers and their actual experiences working together in a writing group, including benefits and challenges. Includes vignettes taken from writing group meetings that demonstrate the variety of ways teachers may participate and engage in writing. Offers practical suggestions for teachers seeking to form writing groups, including plans for online groups. Shares strategies to help teacher-writers expand their concepts of writing to include everything from exploratory texts to professional and academic writing. “An extremely important read for every teacher of writing, this book focuses on the development of ideas and the exploration of language and structure instead of formulaic routines. Here we see how teachers can locate (or reawaken) themselves as writers bringing fresh language, literacy excitement, and expertise into their classrooms.” —Judith A. Langer, distinguished research professor, University at Albany “Readers of Christine Dawson’s new book might be surprised to find themselves in a novelistic world where the literary characters are women who, through talk and writing, act in and on their complex lives. They are teachers, yes, but they are also thoughtful mothers and daughters, wives and friends, and ready companions. This is a newly liberated notion of a writing group—of women who teach—and a practical guide to those readers inspired to start their own group.” —Anne Haas Dyson, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
Download or read book Pokemon Go 2017 written by Jillian Markus and published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. This book was released on 2017-05-19 with total page 32 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Pokemon Go 2017: They Are Back And Even Crazier! Learn All New Features And Bugs! Pokemon Go is one of the more popular games to ever exist. People of all ages all over the world have taken part in this game, running across towns and across countries to catch them all. But, as with all games, Pokemon Go has grown and changed since it first came out, and with the changes you, too, need to change with the times. But, the internet is not the most reliable source, and unless you are able to find someone who really knows what they are talking about, it's easy to get confused. If only there was a place for you to go to see all the new features. If only there was a way you could have a guide that would show you what you need to do to catch the pokemon. If only there was a resource that you could use to truly become a pokemon master. And that's where this book comes in. In it, you are going to discover all new ways to play the Pokemon Go game, and what you can do to catch them all. With this updated 2017 version, you are going to be unstoppable in the Pokemon Universe. This book is going to change the way you play the Pokemon Go game, and give you the edge you need to catch all the pokemon in your area, and across the map. I am going to give you the secret you need to be a pokemon master, and you are going to rise to the top of your pokemon stadium every time. Are you ready to evolve? Learn the features and play of the 2017 edition of Pokemon Go Catch all the pokemon in your city Learn tips and tricks that will ensure you are successful in all your hunting, no matter where you are or where you go And much, much more! Download your E book "Pokemon Go 2017: They Are Back And Even Crazier! Learn All New Features And Bugs!" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!