Are Preparing for the TMC Exam?
If so, and if you're like me, you're probably a nervous wreck. I know I sure was. You've just spent months taking all your classes and cramming loads of information into your brain. Now it's showtime. Time to put it all on the line.
Well, I have good news for you. If you practice and prepare like you should, you will be just fine! It's that simple. It's not about how many total hours you put in. It's how many of the right hours you put in. That means in order to make the exam much easier on yourself, you need to be studying the right things. The best part is, this book is here to help you do just that. So go ahead, grab your copy, and I'll see you on the inside.
About the Author
Johnny Lung, the founder of Respiratory Therapy Zone, is a Registered Respiratory Therapist who has helped thousands of students pass the licensure board exams through books, videos, study guides, and online courses.
You can learn more by going to RespiratoryTherapyZone.com
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This is a story for anyone who's been bullied to realize that their differences make them unique. And that there are others out willing to help them through the emotions that come along with the trauma of being bullied. Every child should know that they can rise above it to find confidence in their own unique strengths. This book also includes a few puzzles to help the child visually associate the words and images to the story. For children Ages 5-8.
"Your child and his self-esteem" is a guide for parents, written by the child welfare expert Ravenna Wilkinson. In this book, the author demystifies self-esteem and self-confidence.
As a parent, you will learn what it all means. It doesn't end there, because the aim of this book is not just to tell you what it is, but also to show you how you can build it in your children.
After reading this manual you will have learned how to:
?Observe your kids better
?Understand their behavior
?How to give him the right advices
?Help to increase their self-esteem
Storytelling has been employed to present the problem, and lessons are communicated in simple terms for better understanding. What you will learn from this book is: what self-esteem is, the root cause of the problem, the signs and how to watch for them, how low self-esteem affects the learning capability of a child, how children cope with it -- which becomes a problem in itself - and finally, learn how to set about the project of building this phenomenon in your children.
This book is appropriate for parents, school teachers, religious teachers who come in contact with children, and anyone who wants to groom self-confident children and teenagers. The results of reading this book would be evident in the children.
The Power of Habit is more than just a scientific work filled with scientific information. It is also a book that can help us to understand why there are habits in our lives, how they are created, whether they can be changed, and, if yes, how they can be changed. This book is practical literature with a practical approach to solving a problem.
A Journey through time to the edge of scientific discoveries that explain why we form habits and how we can change or substitute them for ones we'd like.
Duhigg engages the reader beautifully with intriguing anecdotes that delight, amuse and surprise you, whilst giving the gift of vast amounts of insight and information. A truly fresh perspective on the psychology of routine, from the good luck ritual performed religiously by an athlete, to the forefront of revolution, life, in all aspects is driven by this mechanism.
Understanding this fully will assist us in improving ourselves, physically, mentally and emotionally, and in turn our lives and our livelihoods in ways we may have always wanted to. Utilising its power can enrich and enhance our communities and quality of life for many more people, and as such this Bestseller is essentially a bible for anybody with a growth mindset.
Detailed overview of the book
Most valuable lessons and information
Key Takeaways and Analysis
In addition, the author draws heavily on stories of people and events to provide anecdotal support and cogent examples of his theories of habit and habit change.
Duhigg is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist for The New York Times where he writes on business topics. He has a background in History from Yale University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. In 2010 he won the Science in Society Journalism Award from the National Association for Science Writers.
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Summary: David & Goliath by Malcolm Gladwell
Whether a conflict is between two nations, two businesses, or even a person battling physical dysfunction, we tend to assume that the bigger and better armed of the opponents will take the day. That's why stories like the battle between Goliath and David capture our imagination - they are so remarkable.
But Malcolm Gladwell proposes that we are missing out on the bigger picture - we assume too much about outcomes and miss some realities which paint a different picture. Certainly, Goliath presents an imposing threat, but he is generally not as invulnerable as we initially expect, and David is not without resources and options.
In making this point in "David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants ", Gladwell reviews a number of underdog stories which illustrate his core message - that David is much more likely to succeed against Goliath than is generally expected - while providing insights into how each of us can find the resources needed to overcome our own Goliaths.
Benefits of Swiftread summaries:
Readability: clear, concise and well-written for easy reading.
Retention: structured into logical sections and enhanced with bullet points, lists and quotations to maximize retention of knowledge.
Review: provides a fast knowledge refresher when you need it.
Studies show that the effort that the parent puts in has more impact on her child's success than the effort of the child or the school. Find out the ten things that great teachers wish all parents would do. User-friendly, research-based, simple, and visually fun.
A must-have for any education professional, therapist, or parent looking to make learning fun!
"Forget the kids, try these activities for yourself! Who wouldn't want to discover dinosaurs in ice melts, squish gooey spaghetti, be on cloud nine with fluffy flour dough, slap your smackers around Slippery Jolly Jell-O Balls, then relax to the rhythm of rain! Sensory Activities for Autism is a book full of wonder. Do yourself a favor and dive right in."
-- Kathy Hoopman, author of All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome and The Spectrum Series
"A must-have for any education professional, therapist, or parent who is looking to make learning fun, and to provide sensory opportunities. This book will be a staple piece of my planning for all sensory learning, moving forward. You will not be disappointed." -- Nikki Robertson, Curriculum Developer and Autism Specialist at Teaching Autism
Use play as a fun and effective approach to help children develop the senses of sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste in Sensory Activities for Autism: Fun Learning Games for Autism and Sensory Disorders.
You'll find simple, step-by-step sensory activities in this perfect companion book for parents and educators of children with autism spectrum disorders or sensory processing disorders. Great complementary activities and games to go along with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and other autism therapies. This book is a must-have for your autism books collection.
You'll find:• More than 50 activities for parents and educators to play with kids
• Ideas to adapt activities to your child's development level
• Helpful activity modifications for older children
Mary McPhee has been a special educator for more than 40 years, helping young children and teens with autism and sensory processing disorder learn and thrive.
Seth Priske is an artist on the autism spectrum from Oshawa, Ontario. He was diagnosed with HFASD and ADHD as a child and discovered his love for art at an early age.
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New to homeschooling? Wondering where to start? Maybe even feeling overwhelmed?
Take a deep breath, we've got you covered. This quick-start guide breaks it down into ten simple steps, and walks you through a solid foundation for homeschooling. Kathy Oaks, bestselling author of Homeschoolers Are Not Hermits: A Practical Guide to Raising Smart, Confident, and Socially Connected Kids, distills her knowledge into this short volume just for new homeschoolers.
Learn how to file your papers, deschool your kids (and yourself), and understand what to do and what not to do as you begin this new journey. Happy homeschooling!
Are you preparing to take the TMC Exam?
Are you in Respiratory Therapy school? Are you preparing to take the TMC Exam? Or do you just need some extra practice when it comes to learning about Arterial Blood Gases? If so, then this is the right book for you.
In the coming pages, you will find 35 practice questions in the exact format of the ones you'll see on the actual TMC Exam, all covering the topic of Arterial Blood Gases. Each question contains the correct answer, along with a detailed rationale explaining why that answer is correct.
Arterial Blood Gases is definitely a topic that each and every Respiratory Therapist MUST know! With that being said, so many students seem to struggle with this information. Well, the good thing is this, the practice questions in this book can help you learn everything you need to know about Arterial Blood Gases. And you can take this information with you to use throughout your career as a Respiratory Therapist.
This book is broken into two sections. Section 1 is for practicing. It includes the question, answer, and rationale all on the same page, for an easy-to-read and learn review. Section 2 is for testing. It contains the same questions, however, the answer is no longer given. This way, you can quiz yourself to see what you've learned. This is great for practicing while on the go because you can highlight using the Kindle app. Then, you'll be able to go back and see which questions you answered incorrectly.
Are you ready to take your knowledge of ABGs to the next level? Then let's get started with some practice questions.
A Complete Summary of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less is a self-help book written by Greg McKeown. The core message of this book is the outline of a minimalist approach to every kind of task or obligation. Rather than focusing on multitasking and on doing "more things at once," the author suggests that we should instead be focusing on doing what is important.
Since we live in a world where speed is everything and where the most important thing is to know how to successfully combine speed and efficiency, people are often told that multitasking is what it is all about. If we read this book, we will see that there are easier ways to get things done. Essentialism is a book to educate readers about how all things - tasks, obligations, and assignments - have a certain priority; some may be more urgent or important, while others are less so. If we know how to differentiate between the more and less important tasks, and we also know how to focus on the more important ones, we will know what to finish first. This is where Essentialism comes to action. The book is interesting to read and full of eye-opening advice that will surely do a lot of good for many readers.
After the introduction we will try to summarize the book by presenting the most important facts from the original book. So, let's get started.
Here Is A Preview Of What You Will Get:
• In Essentialism , you will get a full understanding of the book.
• In Essentialism , you will get some fun multiple choice quizzes, along with answers to help you learn about the book.
Get a copy, and learn everything about Essentialism .
As with the first edition of Athens in the Classical Period, this, the new edition, describes elements of life in Ancient Athens and covers such topics as Education, Religion, Politics and Entertainment.
This book was written by students for students and includes, but is not limited to, aspects of the new (2016) OCR Classical Greek GCSE examination specification. It is therefore useful both as a reference book on the subject of Ancient Athens broadly, and as a textbook for students or prospective students of the OCR qualification.
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English grammar is incredibly important if you want to achieve a high test result in the Cambridege English Advanced CAE Use of English exam. Improving your grammar and vocabulary for the CAE Use of English exam, will not only help you achieve the results you need in this part of the test, but it will also improve your listening comprehension, speaking and writing skills for the exam.
Basic English Grammar Rules for CAE Use of English: English Phrasal Verbs & Collocations. (English Grammar Rules for CAE Mini-Booster Volume 1), is a short, basic introductory book packed full of grammar and vocabulary exercises and explanations to help you maximize your Use of English score.
This mini-grammar book focuses on phrasal verbs and collocations for the exam, and is ideal for anyone who has problems understanding, remembering and using English vocabulary and grammar.
Of the various callings to which the division of labor has caused man specially to devote himself, there is none to be compared for nobility or usefulness with that of the true teacher. Yet neither teachers nor people at present realize this truth.
Among the very few lessons of value which might be derived from so-called "classical" studies, is that of the proper estimate in which the true teacher should be held; for among the Greeks no calling or occupation was more honored. Yet with a strange perversity, albeit for centuries the precious time of youth has been wasted, and the minds and morals of the young perverted by "classical" studies, this one lesson has been disregarded.
What duty can be more responsible, what vocation more holy, than that of training the young in habits of industry, truthfulness, economy, and sobriety; of giving to them that knowledge and skill without which their lives would become a burden to themselves and to society? Yet, while the merchant seeks to exercise the greatest caution in selecting the persons to whom he intrusts his merchandise, and yields respect to him who faithfully performs his commercial engagements; he makes but scant inquiry as to the character or qualifications of the MIND-BUILDER upon whose skill, judgment, and trustworthiness the future of his children will greatly depend.