• GIS Tutorial 1 Assignment 1-1 Part 1
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GIS Tutorial 1: Basic Workbook is a top-selling introductory text for learning ArcGIS 10.3.x for Desktop. The workbook presents GIS tools and functionality, including querying interactive maps, collecting data, and running geoprocessing tools. Incorporating proven teaching methods in detailed exercises, “Your Turn” sections, and homework assignments, this book is suited to learning GIS in a classroom.

The latest edition includes a new chapter about analyzing street network data to solve routing and facility location problems using ArcGIS Network Analyst. Data for completing the exercises is available for download at esripress.esri.com/bookresources. Instructor resources are also available.

Note: Esri Press e-books do not include 180-day trial software. Instead, you can download the ArcGIS Trial at http://www.esri.com/arcgis/trial.

  • How to create a high performance culture | Andrew Sillitoe | TEDxRoyalTunbridgeWells
  • Growing minds by growing school gardens: Laurie Brekke at TEDxNavesink
  • After watching this, your brain will not be the same | Lara Boyd | TEDxVancouver
  • How to practice effectively…for just about anything – Annie Bosler and Don Greene
  • How Einstein’s Brain Is Different Than Yours
  • Daphne Koller: What we’re learning from online education
  • The Science of Productivity
  • Grit: the power of passion and perseverance | Angela Lee Duckworth
  • How the food you eat affects your brain – Mia Nacamulli
  • Programming your mind for success | Carrie Green | TEDxManchester
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Great Minds and How to Grow Them is a handbook for parents that shows how they can grow the minds of their children and teenagers and guide them to success both at school and in life. The latest neurological and psychological research is proving that most children are capable of reaching high levels of performance that were previously associated only with the gifted and talented.

Brains are malleable and IQ is not fixed yet, without parental engagement in their learning, many children don’t reach the levels of performance that are associated with academic success. Combining new knowledge with extensive research into how we learn, this book proves that by using simple, everyday techniques that are both rooted in research and accessible for parents, children can learn to learn more successfully.

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  • Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D. – How To Get People To Do Stuff
  • How to Get People to Do Stuff: Master the Art and Science of Persuasion and Motivation Audiobook
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  • How To Not Give A Fuck
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We all want people to do stuff. Whether you want your customers to buy from you, vendors to give you a good deal, your employees to take more initiative, or your spouse to make dinner—a large amount of everyday is about getting the people around you to do stuff. Instead of using your usual tactics that sometimes work and sometimes don't, what if you could harness the power of psychology and brain science to motivate people to do the stuff you want them to do – even getting people to want to do the stuff you want them to do.

In this book you’ll learn the 7 drives that motivate people: The Desire For Mastery, The Need To Belong, The Power of Stories, Carrots and Sticks, Instincts, Habits, and Tricks Of The Mind. For each of the 7 drives behavioral psychologist Dr. Susan Weinschenk describes the research behind each drive, and then offers specific strategies to use. Here’s just a few things you will learn:
The more choices people have the more regret they feel about the choice they pick. If you want people to feel less regret then offer them fewer choices. If you are going to use a reward, give the reward continuously at first, and then switch to giving a reward only sometimes. If you want people to act independently, then make a reference to money, BUT if you want people to work with others or help others, then make sure you DON’T refer to money. If you want people to remember something, make sure it is at the beginning or end of your book, presentation, or meeting. Things in the middle are more easily forgotten. If you are using feedback to increase the desire for mastery keep the feedback objective, and don’t include praise.

  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
  • Education and Social Change Contours in the History of American Schooling
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This brief, interpretive history of American schooling focuses on the evolving relationship between education and social change. Like its predecessors, this new edition adopts a thematic approach, investigating the impact of social forces such as industrialization, urbanization, immigration, globalization, and cultural conflict on the development of schools and other educational institutions. It also examines the various ways that schools have contributed to social change, particularly in enhancing the status and accomplishments of certain social groups and not others. Detailed accounts of the experiences of women and minority groups in American history consider how their lives have been affected by education, while "Focal Point" sections within each chapter allow the reader to hone in on key moments in history and their relevance within the broader scope of American schooling from the colonial era to the present.

This new edition has been comprehensively updated and edited for greater readability and clarity. It offers a revised final chapter, updated to include recent change in education politics and policy, in particular the decline of No Child Left Behind and the impact of the Common Core and movements against it. Further additions include enhanced coverage of colonial and early post-colonial American schooling, added materials on persistent issues such as race in education, an updated discussion of the GED program, and a closer look at the role of technology in schools. With its nuanced treatment of both historical and contemporary factors influencing the modern school system, this book remains an excellent resource for investigating and critiquing the social, economic, and cultural development of American education.