5 edition of Connecting cultures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 1-344) and indexes.
|Statement||Rebecca L. Thomas.|
|LC Classifications||Z1037 .T465 1996, PS509.M5 .T465 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 676 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||676|
|LC Control Number||95025944|
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Cover title: Connecting cultures & literature Reproducible pages of activities related to 40 literature selections, developed to assist teachers in introducing primary students to the richness of the diverse cultures around usPages: In a culture of indifference, everyone is so busy they don’t take time for relationships. In a connection culture, people develop supportive, cooperative and collaborative relationships. In essence, connection cultures excel at relationships while cultures of control and indifference do not. 5.
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Chock-full of fun exercises, surprising tips, and real-world case examples, Pamela A. Hays' Connecting Across Cultures: The Helper's Toolkit provides both students and professionals in health care and social service with the skills to develop respectful, smooth relationships with their clients and with the community at large.
The book provides practical, hands-on strategies for connecting with people across Cited by: 4. Authors Michael Lee Stallard, Jason Pankau, and Katharine P. Stallard deliver well-researched and reasoned insights in their highly readable new book, "Connection Culture"--just 93 pages, not counting 25 more pages of robust resources, such as the descriptions of 24 character strengths developed by the VIA Institute on Character (my two favorite: hope and humor)/5(59).
Connecting Cultures book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This book describes experiences of New York State librarians since 4/5. Connection Connecting cultures book provides a new way of thinking about leadership based on the universal human need to feel connected to a group (which is in contrast to feeling unsupported, left out, or lonely).
The book describes a Connection Culture that helps people and organizations thrive verses “cultures of control” and “cultures of indifference” that drain the life out of people and sabotage organizational. Book Description. This lively and incisive collection of essays from an international group of scholars explores the interactions between cultures originating in Africa, India, the Caribbean, and Europe.
Those interactions have been both destructive and richly productive, and the consequences continue to 'trouble the living stream' today. Each place becomes a carrier of narration, able to adjust to our life shaping our common bonds: Connecting Cultures. A truly Eurasian Story will be the title of our collection of stories.
The red thread is self-consistent with no beginning or end. Chock-full of fun exercises, surprising tips, and real-world case examples, Connecting Across Cultures: The Helper's Toolkit provides both students and professionals in health care, education, and social services with the skills to develop respectful, smooth relationships with clients and the community at large.
The book offers communication tools to defuse defensive interactions, resolve conflicts. The book provides practical, hands-on strategies for connecting with people across differences related to ethnicity, religion, nationality, sexual orientation, disability, age, gender, and class.
Because cross-cultural relationships involve extra challenges, this book. Interact is an EU programme, funded by ERDF, focused on service delivery to support cooperation programmes (Interreg, Interreg IPA-CBC and ENI CBC). The Connecting Cultures clinical-science specialty service utilizes a multidisciplinary, evidence-based model of mental health intervention.
Practicum students and interns have the opportunity to work within the Connecting Cultures service and receive comprehensive training in the cultural competencies necessary to successfully work with refugees including at risk children, adults, families, and communities.
Cultures Connecting trains groups and organizations on the values of diversity, equity and inclusion. We envision a world based on principles of equity and justice where all.
Program Book. The Silk Road: Connecting People and Cultures. by Richard Kurin. The Silk Road spanned the Asian continent and represented a form of global economy when the known world was smaller but more difficult to traverse than nowadays.
A network of mostly land but also sea trading routes, the Silk Road stretched from China to Korea and. Pamela A. Haysâ€™ Connecting Across Cultures: The Helperâ€™s Toolkit provides both students and professionals in health care and social service with the skills to develop respectful, smooth relationships with their clients and with the community at large.
The book provides practical, hands-on strategies for connecting with people acrossFile Size: 31KB. The Connecting Cultures Association was created in in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the National Commission of the Sultanate of Oman for education, culture and science.
The aim of this project is to encourage intercultural dialogue between young people from the Middle East with those from the West through visits and short trips, in order to fight prejudice about.
Cultures Connecting. Ilsa Govan, Co-founder of Cultures Connecting (), has more than 15 years experience as a facilitator, consultant, writer and social justice activist.
She has led conversations about racial equity at workshops and conferences across the United States. Ilsa Marie Govan, is co-founder of Cultures Connecting. Equity and justice have always been a priority in how she lives on the planet. One of the earliest phrases she learned to say was, "That's not fair!" and she believes we do children and our society a disservice when.
15 International Fiction Books That Will Help You Still Feel Connected with the World Madeline Wahl Updated: Apr. 08, The books we read can help us connect to the world—even when we're.
Connecting Cultures will be taking a break this winter, and we are hopeful to be running new courses in the winter of / Since we started in we have worked with outstanding young people, from 52 nations, encouraging and sowing the seeds for dialogue, peace and mutual respect between ers: K.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: A collection of essays from an international group of scholars which explores the interactions between cultures originating in Africa, India, the Caribbean, and Europe.
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[Caroline Nakajima] -- Reproducible pages of activities related to 40 literature selections, developed to assist teachers in introducint primary students to the richness of the diverse cultures around us.The Culture series is a science fiction series written by Scottish author Iain M.
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The main theme of the novels is the dilemmas that an idealistic hyperpower faces in dealing with Author: Iain M. Banks.Constructing cultures: essays on literary translation Her books include Translation Studies, Comparative Literature: A Critical Introduction and, together with André Lefevere, Translation, History and Culture.
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