- Filename: i-am-a-tool.
- ISBN: 0062444964
- Release Date: 2015-09-29
- Number of pages: 208
- Author: KSI
- Publisher: Dey Street Books
A hilarious, in-your-face guide to the online universe from the BEAST of the internet, YouTube superstar KSI. It's your boy KSI! And I've got a confession to make. I. AM. A. Tool. Yes, I've committed crimes against the internet: excessively posting selfies, oversharing about my dead nana, spending all day scouring Tinder and suffering FIFA rage. But my therapist tells me that with acceptance comes salvation, so now I'm going to blow the doors off the internet to find the cure. Hold on to your balls while I take down fellow YouTubers, trolls, pervs, catfishers, and Nigerian scammers in an all-out assault on the online universe. Also, do you want to know how I became a YouTube kingpin? Back away, mo-fo, that title is mine! Jokes . . . I'll show you how to be a baller on YouTube, the best ways to get paid online, and how you can make the internet yours. Prepare to laugh, be horrified, and cry to your mom. This is going to get messy. What did you expect? A book full of blank pages, lame challenges, and really deep lifestyle tips? Do me a favor. This sh*t is legit!
- Filename: discourse-analysis-as-a-tool-for-understanding-gender-identity-representation-and-equality.
- ISBN: 9781522502265
- Release Date: 2016-06-01
- Number of pages: 323
- Author: Mahtab, Nazmunnessa
- Publisher: IGI Global
Today, gender and gender identity is at the forefront of discussion as the plight of women around the world and issues of gender equality and human rights have become an international concern for politicians, government agencies, social activists, and the general public. Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Understanding Gender Identity, Representation, and Equality provides a thorough analysis of what language use and linguistic expression can teach us about gender identity in addition to current discussions on topics related to women’s rights and gender inequality. Focusing on issues related to women in developing countries, workplace inequalities, and social freedom, this publication is an essential reference source for researchers, graduate-level students, and theorists in the fields of sociology, women’s studies, economics, and government.
- Filename: research-as-a-tool-for-empowerment.
- ISBN: 9781607526919
- Release Date: 2006-03-01
- Number of pages: 405
- Author: David Schwarzer
- Publisher: IAP
Research as a Tool for Empowerment: Theory Informing Practice is an edited volume that includes an array of researchbased chapters that not only further the field of second/foreign language research, but also provide practical implications to language classrooms in international and national settings. Chapters in this volume present a bridge between methodologically sound second/foreign language research and strong pedagogical implications. This volume includes the voices of researchers, graduate students, teachers, parents, and learners exploring the second/foreign language phenomena. The multiple voices of the contributing authors reflect the diverse readership of the Research in Second Language Learning series. Unlike previous anthologies in second/foreign language research, this volume presents studies from various research paradigms. Chapters include examples of various research methods from both quantitative and qualitative paradigms. Few previous anthologies have presented research based in multiple paradigms and from multiple perspectives. Research as a Tool for Empowerment: Theory Informing Practice not only presents these various perspectives, but it also makes the link from research to classroom implications and applications. The volume is unique as it makes a connection between different types of research and research methods and empowerment and issues of empowerment.
- Filename: a-tool-in-his-hand.
- ISBN: 0966683285
- Release Date: 2004-03-01
- Number of pages:
- Author: Ann M. Harrison
"Biography of Dr. Paul W. Harrison, who spent a lifetime of adventure and service as a medical missionary in pre-oil Saudi Arabia."
- Filename: logic-as-a-tool.
- ISBN: 9781118880043
- Release Date: 2016-09-02
- Number of pages: 384
- Author: Valentin Goranko
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Written in a clear, precise and user-friendly style, Logic as a Tool: A Guide to Formal Logical Reasoning is intended for undergraduates in both mathematics and computer science, and will guide them to learn, understand and master the use of classical logic as a tool for doing correct reasoning. It offers a systematic and precise exposition of classical logic with many examples and exercises, and only the necessary minimum of theory. The book explains the grammar, semantics and use of classical logical languages and teaches the reader how grasp the meaning and translate them to and from natural language. It illustrates with extensive examples the use of the most popular deductive systems -- axiomatic systems, semantic tableaux, natural deduction, and resolution -- for formalising and automating logical reasoning both on propositional and on first-order level, and provides the reader with technical skills needed for practical derivations in them. Systematic guidelines are offered on how to perform logically correct and well-structured reasoning using these deductive systems and the reasoning techniques that they employ. •Concise and systematic exposition, with semi-formal but rigorous treatment of the minimum necessary theory, amply illustrated with examples •Emphasis both on conceptual understanding and on developing practical skills •Solid and balanced coverage of syntactic, semantic, and deductive aspects of logic •Includes extensive sets of exercises, many of them provided with solutions or answers •Supplemented by a website including detailed slides, additional exercises and solutions For more information browse the book's website at: https://logicasatool.wordpress.com
- Filename: breathing-meditation-as-a-tool-for-peace-work.
- ISBN: 9783658199043
- Release Date: 2017-10-25
- Number of pages: 122
- Author: Jennie Helene Sandstad
- Publisher: Springer
Jennie Helene Sandstad brings together theoretical concepts and personal stories in an exploration of trauma, and studies how breathing meditation can be a tool for peace work. Through the lenses of Humanistic and Transpersonal Psychology as well as Elicitive Conflict Transformation, this work provides useful insights into transrational methods and explores why practicing self-awareness is fundamental to Elicitive Conflict Transformation. As the author engages with her own traumas and emotional wounds, the reader will undoubtedly be part of, and co-explore a journey towards healing.
- Filename: use-history-like-a-tool.
- ISBN: 9781563437748
- Release Date: 2003-12-01
- Number of pages: 360
- Author: Steven Levi
- Publisher: Silver Lake Publishing
If you really want to use history like a tool in your day-to-day survival, you must understand the underlying principles of history and how to use those principles. Doing this requires that you see history differently-as something other than names and dates. You need to see history as motion. In other words, people and countries armies and economies move through time toward goals. These goals can be political, philosophical, religious, economic or anything else. In this book, we'll consider the various laws of historical motion. In USE HISTORY LIKE A TOOL, Levi goes on to examine the history of Western Civilization in a non-chronological way. His organizing theme is a series of rules that he believes control the movement of history, including · Motion Looks for Niches · Choices Define Circumstances (Not Vice-versa) · Prohibition Never Works · All Systems Ossify · Economies Are Built from the Bottom Up · Most People Think "What's In It for Me?" · Entertainment Is Important Showing how these rules apply to people and history, Levi combines his versions of well-known historical events (Rome's Fall, the Italian Renaissance, the American Revolution, the Great Migration, the Cold War, etc.) with mundane events from everyday life (dealing with office politics, hiring the right people, making good financial decisions). It's an interesting-and unusual-read.
- Filename: a-fool-with-a-tool.
- ISBN: 9781483453095
- Release Date: 2016-08-04
- Number of pages:
- Author: Blair Goulet
- Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
A Fool With A Tool is a guide for Executives and Sales Leaders who are considering or going through transformation of how they sell their goods and services. Transformation is a very common objective and challenge for businesses large and small as they seek to drive organic growth and to achieve a different set of results. With rising Cost of Sale, declining Win Rates and increased competitive threats, transformation requires a clear strategy and a plan for execution.
- Filename: technology-is-a-tool-to-be-used-not-an-outcome.
- Release Date: 2014-11-12
- Number of pages: 42
- Author: Christopher Waterworth
- Publisher: Christopher Waterworth
Do we buy technology in schools without questioning why? How many times have you been amazed by a piece of technology? If you're like me, then quite often! I love technology, I love the way it has changed the way I work, how it has inspired me and how it has enabled me to publish things I never thought possible 10 years ago. Now, let's look at the children in my class, the digital natives. The technology has always been there, they've never been in a classroom without an interactive whiteboard, laptops, iPads or a projector whirring away in the background. But how much of this technology has been used to improve their learning outcomes? Using technology in the classroom needs a complete change in mindset and rethink of your approach to children's learning. This book is a journey through my times in Primary Schools and how I have used technology to improve the outcomes of the children.
- Filename: breathing-as-a-tool-for-self-regulation-and-self-reflection.
- ISBN: 9781781816219
- Release Date: 2016-03-16
- Number of pages: 278
- Author: Paivi Lehtinen
- Publisher: Karnac Books
The book describes how to use breathing as a medium for self-regulation and self-reflection and how balanced breathing thus helps to promote mental and physical health and alleviate symptoms resulting from imbalanced breathing. The authors describe applications of psychophysical breathing therapy in many areas of life, developed by both themselves and other professionals trained by them.The approach of the book is based on the interactional aspects between mind and body. A person's breathing style influences their relation both to themselves and to others - and vice versa, and thus mental and also physical health. A comprehensive theoretical description of the psychophysical regulation of breathing and the consequences of imbalanced breathing is complemented by material derived from the authors' extensive clinical experience. Psychological orientations used by the writers include object relations theories, and psychodynamic, cognitive, brief and group therapy theories. As a new aspect the writers introduce how breathing patterns are learnt in early interaction. The writers also acknowledge how physical factors affect and interact with psychological factors in producing imbalanced breathing.Psychophysical breathing exercises seek to restore natural breathing appropriate to the physical needs of the body. People are helped to observe and assess sensations, emotions, and thoughts in connection with changes in breathing, thus learning in a very concrete way how mind and body interact. A key aim of the exercises is to increase the awareness of how breathing reacts in interpersonal interaction. That is why the writers prefer group therapy. A prerequisite to learning new ways of breathing is that the person feels she and her breathing are accepted as they are. Learning to calm down is another key aspect in the therapy. Instead of anatomical concepts mental images are used.
- Filename: applied-social-research-a-tool-for-the-human-services.
- ISBN: 9781285605722
- Release Date: 2013-03-08
- Number of pages: 592
- Author: Duane R. Monette
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
Presenting social science research methods within the context of human service practice, APPLIED SOCIAL RESEARCH is the ideal text for courses focused on applied research in human services, counseling, social work, sociology, criminal justice, and community planning. With in-depth coverage of all the topics taught in traditional social science research methods courses, APPLIED SOCIAL RESEARCH brings the subject to life by showing how research is increasingly used in practice today. In addition, this fully updated edition includes a thought-provoking Eye on Ethics feature and new and revised Research in Practice vignettes. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
- Filename: not-a-toy-but-a-tool.
- ISBN: 9781475809411
- Release Date: 2014-01-31
- Number of pages: 170
- Author: Carrie Thornthwaite
- Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
iPads are powerful tools for engaging students, encouraging creativity, stimulating critical thinking, and making significant strides in learning. This book is part of a two book set that will allow educators to realize the full potential of the iPad. Over 200 highly rated apps are covered with specific ideas for classroom activities and teaching strategies. Descriptions include ideas for using iPads in classrooms where each student owns an iPad, as well as where there is just a small number of iPads or even just a single device. The first chapter of this book supports the effectiveness of iPads, focusing on what the iPad is, why is should be used and how it can be used. Then two chapters are dedicated to apps that are valuable for all subject areas. The last three chapters focus on apps appropriate for use in the humanities classrooms. In consideration of education budgets, all the apps are free or low cost. The information in this book is appropriate for K12 teachers, university professors, media specialists, K12 administrators, parents and students.
- Filename: dad-s-tool.
- ISBN: 9780595516179
- Release Date: 2009-03
- Number of pages: 52
- Author: Vern Bignell
- Publisher: iUniverse
This small paperback book contains seven short stories about me and my experiences with several yard and household tools. It is meant to be light hearted and easy to read. It will become part of a series of short books intended for the middle-aged adult who does not read much. Hopefully wives or partners will buy this for Fathers Day, birthdays and Seasonal gift giving. This book will make a great Stocking-Stuffer. The stories are about a snow blower, a chainsaw, a leaf blower, a lawnmower, a set of bicycle tools, a motorcycle and a dog hair trimmer. I'm not the most effective tool user, but I know I cannot be judged by the size of my tool, only how well I use it. Well now it just takes me a little longer to get the job done. I hope you can relate to these tool experiences. Answer that age old question of why men buy tools. "You are not a tool if you read this book," Vern Bignell.
- Filename: hand-tool-essentials.
- ISBN: 1440302650
- Release Date: 2007-05-23
- Number of pages: 224
- Author: Popular Woodworking Editors
- Publisher: Popular Woodworking Books
Hand and Power Tools Work Best Together In today's world of more-power-is-better, it's easy to overlook the value of hand tools. What most woodworker's don't realize is that combining both hand and power tool worlds is the best way to produce the highest quality woodworking. In Hand Tool Essentials you'll learn how to choose and use hand tools for chopping, cutting, paring, sawing, marking, drilling and more. Many of the tools are familiar, but others will surprise you with their usefulness. Though they've been around for hundreds (or thousands) of years, these tools have gotten lost in the rush of the industrial revolution. Rediscovering the value of these tools in your woodworking will also give you a better understanding of how your power tools work. But this book is more than about how to use hand tools. It's about using hand tools in balance with power tools to save you time, provide a more pleasant woodworking experience and ultimately give you a better woodworking project.
- Filename: intuition-working-tool.
- ISBN: 9781496935182
- Release Date: 2014-10-14
- Number of pages: 90
- Author: Sergio Antonio Meneghetti
- Publisher: Author House
Intuition is a hidden treasure ingrained in mankind. The key to open this priceless gift lies in the awareness of " its consciousness," looking inward and becoming sensitive to the subtle clues, that come as flashes or disguised as thoughts. Third Millennium! The time has come to reap the benefits from personal efforts, and its source is endless! Sergio Antonio Meneghetti.