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February
The Power of Learning: Fostering Employee Growth - Klas MellanderThe Power of Learning offers a five-step process that makes learning easier and shows how to get trainees more involved. It shows trainers, managers, and employees how individual learning can contribute to a stronger, more successful organization through different approaches to learning. The Power of Learning includes: illustrations and examples that are entertaining and informative; information on learning vs. training; shortcuts to help the reader train and learn.
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February
Russia and the Russians: A History - Geoffrey HoskingFrom the Carpathians in the west to the Greater Khingan range in the east, a huge, flat expanse dominates the Eurasian continent. Here, over more than a thousand years, the history and destiny of Russia have unfolded. In a sweeping narrative, one of the English-speaking world's leading historians of Russia follows this story from the first emergence of the Slavs in the historical record in the sixth century C.E. to the Russians' persistent appearances in today's headlines. Hosking's is a monumental story of competing legacies, of an enormous power uneasily balanced between the ideas and realities
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February
Madhavanidanam (Mādhava's Book on Diagnosis) - Śrī Mādhavakara, P. Himasagar Chandra MurthyMādhavanidānaṃ (Mādhava's Book on Diagnosis) Sanskrit Text and Madhukosa Commentary with English Translation and Glossary: Purvarddha: Part-I (1-32 Chapters) About the book: The subject is presented in all clarity and simplicity to make this work understandable and adoptable to the English-knowing zealots of Ayurveda in particular. The text, as such, is loaded for bringing together, vast subject of Ayurvedic Diagnostics and presenting in a lucid manner. This translation will take it to the universal level making the work more worthy and useful to the medical field. In fact the expensive
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February
What Every Teacher Should Know About Multicultural and Global Education - Susan C. Brown, Marcella L. KysilkaAn introduction to the essential concepts of multicultural and global education. Describes practical application of multicultural and global concepts and how they can be combined into a cohesive and effective philosophy of education using six major principles: diversity, human rights, multiple perspectives, interconnectedness and interdependence, co-responsibility, and global society. For pre-service and practicing teachers in graddes K-12.