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EASY WAY TO LEARN QUADRATIC EQUATION: Shortcut Tricks and Practice Question

by prashant singh

Easy Way to Learn Quadratic Equation with Shortcut tricks and lot of Good Practice Question , its Helpful for collage student as well as Competitive Exam . After Reading this Book you become master of Quadratic Equation.You can Solve Any Question within 10 Seconds .This Book Guide Student of zero Level to High Level.



Designing Instruction So That All Students CRAVE Learning: Exploring the Five Facets of Student Motivation

by Aaron Daffern

What makes students tick? What causes some lessons to ignite a passion for learning and others to be classified as weapons of mass boredom? The key lies in understanding what research says motivates students to learn: competence, relationships, autonomy, value, and emotions. Once understood, teachers can use these facets to leverage any lesson into an explosion of engagement.



satelite collected information: let us become Eutopia

by David Cody Robert Forkner

so have you ever heard of a medium? it is someone who can get thoughts from someone far away and articulate it into words. So I was a medium in the past, I have become a shaman, now I am an author, I believe it to be fact that the ideas in this book came to me from the satellites completely ideas from space crafters. I have met some aliens allowed into their ship it was before cellular phones, they showed me their phones and I asked if they would let us learn about how to make our own and it started to happen, now almost every person has one. The plan is to create what we have as a Eutopia and make our lives better constantly.



SIMBA vs YOUNG SPORT CLUBS. (FANS’ SAFARI:JANGWANI- MSIMBAZI TO MLIMANI.: Pedagogy and Andragogy (ADULT LITERACY Book 4)

by Adam Bago

When one speaks about sports in Tanzania most probably the minds go to SIMBA and YANGA Sport Clubs. Yanga is also known as Young. This is not coming by chance but it is from history which has been growing among the citizens of eastern Africa countries but especially Tanzania.
These two teams have been bringing joys, cries, conflicts, stress, happiness, unity, divisions, solidarity, peace and arguments and many others among the Tanzanian community. In short as mentioned above, the teams bring a mixed reactions in Tanzania. The influence that Simba and Young to Tanzania says a lot to the National Unity. There are more than 120 tribes in Tanzania, still people are living together. They experience a lot of differences and religions, political parties, races, cultures and many other differences. All these differences do not break the national unity of this beautiful (Tanzania) Country. Kiswahili language played a great role to unify the people but also sports especially football. These two teams are loved more than God by some Tanzanians. When these teams are playing the Churches and Mosques remain empty. The question is, can the country use the same way to promote education and make lives of the citizens better than today? Can Simba and Yanga be used to carry the National identities especially education?
Since all ages love Simba and Young, is it possible to call all citizens of all ages to come to school? Is it Possible to begin a national journey from Jangwani (Young African S.C headquarter through Msimbazi (Simba S.C headquarter) then go to the University of Dar -es salaam together? Simba and Yanga players are professionals, they are been paid, most of them have made their lives better than before through football. Football has made them look physically fit but also made them rich. The question is, what about the fans? Are they employed too? Do all have something to eat in the evening? Do all have good life? Do they make exercise or just looking at others enjoy the game and maintain fitness while themselves remain unfit? What can they do to make their life get improved? Hence this study. Andragogy and Pedagogy for not only Tanzania but also the entire global. Inside this book there is also a lived example where by sports were used to improve people’s lives in Iligan Philippines. The story was witnessed by many and still on. Nothing is impossible if the society decides to change peoples’ life through sports.



Vector Calculus: Theory & Solved Examples (Engineering Mathematics Book 8)

by M. D. PETALE

***Purpose of this Book***
The purpose of this book is to supply lots of examples with details solution that helps the students to understand each example step wise easily and get rid of the college assignments phobia.

It is sincerely hoped that this book will help and better equipped the engineering under graduate students to prepare and face the examinations with better confidence. I have endeavored to present the book in a lucid manner which will be easier to understand by all the engineering students.

***About the Book***
According to many streams in engineering degree course there are different chapters in Engineering Mathematics of the same semester according to the streams. Hence students faced problem about to buy Engineering Mathematics special book that covered all chapters in a single book.
That’s reason student need to buy many books to cover all chapters according to the prescribed syllabus. Hence need to spends more money for a single subject to cover complete syllabus.
So here good news for you, your problem solved.
I made here special books according to chapter wise, that helps to buy books according to chapters and no need to pay extra money for unneeded chapters that not mentioned in your syllabus.



Applying for a teaching job: The definitive guide to writing a great application for a job as a teacher or headteacher

by Theo Griff

Applying for a teaching job is the definitive guide to writing a great application for a job as a teacher or leader in a school or college.

This is the first book in the series ‘Teaching Job’. Number 2 in the series, “Interview for a Teaching Job”, is also available on Kindle.

Theo Griff has several decades of experience as a middle and senior leader in a range of education establishments: state schools, independent schools, tertiary college, sixth-form college and university, and has worked as a consultant on staff appointments to both schools and teacher and leadership recruitment agencies, both in the UK and abroad.

For nearly twelve years, she was also the forum host on a popular online advice forum for teachers, answering thousands of queries for jobseekers and helping them get jobs – and promotions – teaching in schools in the UK and in British schools abroad. The weekend seminars that she ran in the TES building in Red Lion Square in London were very popular and had extremely positive reviews from participants, as did the one-to-one career consultations that she did. For several years she contributed articles and a regular column on employment in schools to the weekly TES magazine.

During her time in school leadership, she has read thousands of applications for both classroom teaching and leadership posts, and rejected 80% of them based on the application weaknesses that she will reveal here.

Above all, in this book she is now sharing with you the secrets to success when applying for a teaching job.

Whether you are a NQT about to apply for the very first time for the job to start your career, an experienced teacher looking to move into middle leadership, or aiming for the top as a member of a senior leadership team, this book will support you throughout the application process.

Full of brand-new up-to-date tips and suggestions, this essential guide is comprehensive and thorough; it gives specific advice that makes you take a fresh look at how to write an application.

Applying for a teaching job is the practical guide that will show you step-by-step how to draft an application that effectively presents who you are, what you stand for, what you have to offer a school, and why they should appoint you. You will see the exact techniques used by successful candidates to persuade the shortlisting committee to invite them for interview. You will get the key to making sure your application stands out from the crowd for all the right reasons.

In Applying for a teaching job, you will learn, among others:

-Where not to look for applications advice
-The professional approach to an application
-How to tell your headteacher that you are looking elsewhere
-The level of post that you should aim for
-How to apply to a faith school or an independent school
-When to apply for a job
-How to research a school before applying and whether to visit
-The 4 main errors to avoid in an application
-What to do as an internal candidate, or if returning from teaching abroad
-The 3 main parts of an effective application
-What reason to give for leaving
-The structure and content of the statement or letter
-The executive summary, how to draft it and why you should include one
-How to apply for a senior leadership post and write an effective SLT application
-How to return to a permanent post from supply, or after time out of the classroom
-How to apply for a teaching job with an ill-health record, settlement agreement, agreed reference or criminal record

There are also examples of what to write – and what not to write – if you wish your application to lead on to an interview.



The Ultimate Analytical Guide to Songs of Ourselves Volume 1 Part 5: OWEN, BRONTE, SASSOON, KIM CHENG, SPENDER (CIE 0486/0477)

by Steven Pink

The Ultimate Analytical Guide to Songs of Ourselves Volume 1 Part 5 (Owen, Bronte, Sassoon, Kim Cheng, Spender) is a probing and extremely detailed analysis of the anthology poems, written by a long-time Head of English and former Headmaster, with over twenty years of experience in the classroom.

The guide is tailored to provide an in-depth focus on the poetry component of the Cambridge International Examinations English Literature courses (0486/0477). It covers the following five poems: Anthem for Doomed Youth, Cold in the Earth, Attack, Reservist and My Parents.

The Ultimate Analytical Guide approaches the poems on a line-by-line basis, focussing on imagery, themes, inter-textual links, symbolism, structure and several other key issues. Contextual information is provided to further enrich your reading of the poems.

Yet what makes this guide truly unique is the focus on exactly what CIE require of their poetry students. This is not generic, puzzlingly vague and general analysis, rather it is a guide presenting sharp, focussed commentary that goes to the heart of what is required to achieve an A* grade.

The CIE examination marking criteria are referred to throughout, including the four key assessment objectives (AO1/2/3/4). A PQA (point/quote/analyse) format is utilised to demystify troublesome imagery and structural issues, allowing students to get to the heart of the various texts, while simultaneously concentrating on what the examination requires of them.

Steven Pink provides a probing, reflective and often humourous look at these five famous poems, replete with insights from a twenty-year teaching career that has taken him across Europe, working in both the state and independent sectors.

If you are aiming for an A* or simply wish to ensure that you gain a C grade or above, then your prayers have finally been answered.



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