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Teacher's Guides


CONSIDERING A CAREER IN EDUCATION
A Companion Guide for Teacher Preparation
by Gail C. Toma, JoAnn Dellaposta-Bedoya, 
Karen Richards, and Gregory B. Barbera
(ISBN 0-938609-57-2)

Informative and practical inside information for anyone considering a career in education or currently pursuing teacher certification. This comprehensive guide introduces the reader to all of the players involved in a school environment, demystifies the student teaching experience, reviews tenure and licensing requirements, offers inside tips and advice for a successful student teaching period, and discusses career options.


COUNSELING KNOW-HOW
by Terry Whitman, Ph.D. and Donald Akutagawa, Ph.D.
(ISBN 0-938609-66-1)

This notebook presents clinical findings based on the authors' observations of  and practical experiences with clients. It contains basic and applied concepts and procedures that are usually learned from experience or through trial and error. This kind of practical information is not usually found in formal professional  journals. As such, it should prove to be extremely valuable to graduate students in training and anyone else who is just beginning in the field.


FOR ALL YOU’RE WORTH
Getting that Academic Job in Today’s Market
by Beth Maclay Doriani, Ph.D. 
(ISBN 0-938609-34-3)

Details the major steps involved in obtaining a job in academia. This book contains information to help you assess a prospective employer’s needs, determine whether or not you can meet those needs, market yourself accordingly, and convince the employer that you are the right person for the job.


HANDBOOK FOR THE FIRST YEAR TEACHER
A Comprehensive Guide to Survival
by Maria J. Vlahos & Heidi K. Hughes 
(ISBN 0-938609-45-9)

The authors relate their first-year teaching experiences in an effort to help those just entering the profession to have a successful first year. They present ideas and suggestions that will hopefully address the questions in the minds of new teachers in all environments.


MULTI-SENSORY PHONICS
Reading Improvement, K-College
by Dennis Brooks 
(ISBN 0-938609-67-X)

This is a reading program especially for people who have dyslexia, ADHD and other learning disorders. It presents a new method that combines the use of multi-sensory learning and phonics. It can be used as to supplement reading programs in kindergarten through college. Includes a full course for teachers and a student workbook.


WHY CHOOSE A CAREER IN TEACHING?
by James E. Abbott, Ph.D.
(ISBN 0-938609-76-9)

This book explores traditional and non-traditional routes to becoming an elementary or secondary teacher in the United States. Chapters review necessary communication skills as well as a typical day on the job. Additional topics include specialized post-teaching careers the job search process. Valuable internet references include links to essential information, including university credentialing programs, state licensing and accreditation requirements, where shortages of teachers exist by geography, salary charts and the like.


Business

GUIDE TO ORGANIZING AND SUCCESSFULLY OPERATING A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION
by Robert L. Nordmeyer
(ISBN 0-938609-82-3)

This book provides an in-depth working knowledge and understanding of the inner workings of the nonprofit sector. It reviews the multitude of systems, procedures, formats, requirements and functions within the nonprofit structure. This is essential reading for anyone committed to creating and managing a successful nonprofit entity.


OWNING AND OPERATING A PATH-TYPE THERAPEUTIC HOME FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND ADDICTION RECOVERY
by Terri O'Connell and Bob Whitman
(ISBN 0-938609-91-2)

The purpose of this manual is twofold: 1) to document the value to the community of encouraging the creation and operation of privately owned therapeutic homes for mental health and addiction recovery and 2) to highlight the exceptional value of self supporting, independently owned therapeutic homes, referred to as PATH-Type homes. Click here to see the Table of Contents and Introduction for this book.

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