The START Leadership Workbook is a companion to the book START: Lead Well, Be Well, Do Well. It contains the processes, worksheets, and methods of START's universal leadership approach, adapted specifically for parents of Pre K to College age kids. The processes and methods work together to create an affirmative family culture that actively develops essential leadership skills in your kids--the skills they need to thrive in a highly competitive world.
Kindergarten Stickers and More Giant Workbook is packed with exercises that make learning fun!
Environmental and Workplace Safety A Guide for University, Hospital, and School Managers James T. O'Reilly Philip Hagan Peter de la Cruz Environmental and Workplace Safety is the first book to provide health, safety, and environmental managers at health care and educational organizations with the comprehensive and up-to-date regulatory and compliance information needed to avoid costly penalties and litigation. It also offers sound guidance on how managers, with the aid of consultants and legal counsel, can develop cost-effective safety and environmental programs to comply with OSHA, DOT, and EPA standards. Environmental and Workplace Safety defines the regulatory problems facing nonprofit organizations and the types of liability their managers and employees are exposed to--since contrary to popular belief, nonprofits are not exempt from compliance and enforcement. Bringing together widely scattered information, this essential resource addresses a wide range of workplace-risk issues, and explains the institution's liability if regulations are violated Coverage includes:<br> * General building safety concerns such as indoor air, lead, asbestos, and electrical safety<br> * Groundwater issues such as underground storage tanks and industrial effluents<br> * Biologically hazardous waste and other laboratory hazards<br> * Air pollution permits required under Title V<br> * OSHA-mandated safety training for a facility's workers and students<br> In addition, this convenient handbook alerts managers to newer potential sources of liability, such as the accidental release of viruses and bacteria in biotechnology experiments, injuries caused by an institution's waste, rapes and assaults in unsafe dormitories and parking lots, and community opposition to hospital and college zoning requests. In each case, the book gives managers cost-effective compliance solutions to these problems to prevent the expensive litigation and negative publicity they can engender. Finally, Environmental and Workplace Safety fosters a new understanding of the importance of safety and environmental professionals within their organizations, enhancing their status and increasing their ability to obtain the resources they need to do their jobs more effectively.
The School in the United States collects the essential primary documents of the history of education in the United States, from Colonial America to present-day reform efforts. Expertly chosen by historian and education scholar James Fraser, these documents incorporate a wide range of sources, from first-person accounts to textbook excerpts and presidential speeches. As Fraser demonstrates, the history of American education is also a history of national debates and decisions about schooling, and he places the prominent voices of these debates in conversation through carefully curated selections, including the work of famous thinkers like Thomas Jefferson and W.E.B. Dubois, as well as that of ordinary classroom teachers.
Organized by era, each chapter begins with a brief introduction intended to spark student interest, while a detailed bibliography suggests opportunities for further research. The School in the United States is comprehensive enough to be used as a main text, but selective enough to be used alongside another while making key readings in the history of American education accessible in a format that encourages students to make their own evaluations as they engage with major historical debates.
Updates to this third edition include:
Additional materials on current educational issues including the Common Core State Standards, educational philanthropy, and increased school privatization and vouchers.
Online resources that include a full Instructor's Manual and sample syllabi, available at www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415832472.
This senior undergraduate level textbook is written for Advanced Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, as well as CAD/CAM courses. Its goal is to assist students in colleges and universities, designers, engineers, and professionals interested in using SolidWorks as the design and 3D printing tool for emerging manufacturing technology for practical applications. This textbook will bring a new dimension to SolidWorks by introducing readers to the role of SolidWorks in the relatively new manufacturing paradigm shift, known as 3D-Printing which is based on Additive Manufacturing (AM) technology. This new textbook: * Features modeling of complex parts and surfaces * Provides a step-by-step tutorial type approach with pictures showing how to model using SolidWorks * Offers a user-Friendly approach for the design of parts, assemblies, and drawings, motion-analysis, and FEA topics * Includes clarification of connections between SolidWorks and 3D-Printing based on Additive Manufacturing * Discusses a clear presentation of Additive Manufacturing for Designers using SolidWorks CAD software "Introduction to SolidWorks: A Comprehensive Guide with Applications in 3D Printing" is written using a hands-on approach which includes a significant number of pictorial descriptions of the steps that a student should follow to model parts, assemble parts, and produce drawings.
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