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Have you ever wondered what's on the ARRT Registry Exam? Two Months to Mastery takes you behind the scenes at the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) to demonstrate the best possible way to study for these standardized tests.
There is a secret code to the ARRT exams, and this book shows you how to crack it.Two Months to Mastery draws on over 20 years in education and medicine to offer the essential life hacks for beating the Registry. It is best used alongside Rock the Registry: Volume 1. Additionally, this text is supported by weekly YouTube videos at Rock the Registry: https://youtu.be/32aKK59Z0jk
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Don’t study harder—study smarter! A guide to academic success without unnecessary stress. High school students are experiencing more pressure and stress than ever—and that can actually undermine their accomplishments. How can parents and teachers help them succeed not just in school, but in life? As someone with experience as both a university professor and a mom, Carolyn Zhao knows that the answer isn’t just to stay up later and study harder. It is possible—and important—to have fun and get A’s. Sharing her method that transformed her own son from a struggling high school student into an Ivy League freshman, Zhao explains that a quality education is not just about achieving high marks, but becoming a well-rounded individual—and top universities and employers are actively seeking such students right now. She reveals: Why developing your “Emotional Quotient” (EQ) is just as important as IQ How to combine intellectual learning with hands-on practice for best retention How to study less and achieve more Why playing sports is crucial for mind, body, and character How having fun develops our creative mind and highest potential How to develop a lifelong service mindset, and more
Your writing, and your life, will be good and get better if you just take it word by word, says Anne Lamott in this live seminar recording that won a 1997 Audie Award for Best Educational/How-to Audiobook. Based on Lamott's acclaimed book Bird by Bird, this workshop was recorded at a presentation given for the Writers' League of Texas.
“She finds paths from competition to cooperation . . . from global abuse to grassroots solutions—and thus from isolated despair to communal action.” —Gloria Steinem
World-renowned futurist Hazel Henderson extends her twenty-five years of work in economics to examine the havoc the current economic system is creating at the global level. Markets are now spreading worldwide—a spread which is often equated with the hope of democracy spreading along with it. But markets still run on old textbook models that ignore social and environmental costs—leading to a new kind of warfare: global economic warfare.
Building a Win-Win World examines how jobs, education, health care, human rights, democratic participation, socially responsible business, and environmental protection are all sacrificed to “global competitiveness.” Henderson shows many ways out of the dilemmas faced by all countries. She also describes a trend toward “grassroots globalism” —citizens movements that are addressing poverty, social inequities, pollution, resource-depletion, violence, and wars. Grassroots globalism, she says, is about thinking and acting—globally and locally. It is pragmatic problem-solving, implementing local solutions that keep the planet in mind. Such social innovations can raise the ethical floor under the global playing field so that the most ethical companies and countries can win.
“At a time when conventional economics is tottering into senility, a handful of thinkers are forging imaginative alternatives. Hazel Henderson is among the most eloquent, original—and readable—of the econo-clasts.” —Scientific American
“Hazel Henderson again challenges our fundamental economic systems, our musty ways, and our minds; she is a visionary who describes what should be our future.” —Joan Bavaria, President, Coalition for Environmentally Responsible Economies
“An entertaining, if cautionary, tale of Western business woes in China, stretching back seven hundred years” (The Wall Street Journal). In The China Dream, acclaimed business journalist Joe Studwell challenges the predictions that China will become an economic juggernaut on the world stage in the twenty-first century—and instead foresees an economic crisis. Tracing the most recent developments in China from Deng Xiaoping’s “liberalization” of its market in the 1980s through the opening of its economy to foreign investment in the 1990s, Studwell examines the roadblocks to the continuation of the country’s unprecedented expansion and why its economy will fail once more—but this time, harder than ever before, and with potentially catastrophic results. Provocative and flawlessly researched, The China Dream analyzes what’s really going on in China—and what we can do to prepare for the coming crisis. “The much-needed antidote to the delusions . . . about the riches to be made from investing and selling in China. Brimming with . . . statistics.” —The Washington Post “[A] detailed account . . . An excellent examination of the political and economic history of China, fascinating and mostly unknown to Westerners.” —Booklist (starred review) “Lays bare much of the stuff and nonsense that surrounds the China dream, and traces how myth and misunderstandings—compounded by hype and lashings of snake oil—have bewitched some of the world’s most respected corporations and led them to ruin the proverbial $1.3 billion consumer market . . . As such, it deserves to help redefine the debate on the nature of the China market.” —James Kynge, China bureau chief of the Financial Times
Key words are recorded through abundant English and picture English dictionary that are necessary for children, and it is possible to connect subjects such as social studies, literature, and science through story as well as English learning.
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