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Being a mindful teacher

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How can you successfully implement mindfulness into your teaching? Watch mindfulness expert Kevin Hawkins explain how mindfulness can truly benefit you as a teacher in this interesting series of videos:


Discover how the mind and the body are linked in SAGE Reference's Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology

Los Angeles - Why do some athletes reach the very top of their sport and others don’t? Is it possible to train an athlete’s mental processes, alongside the physical training, to achieve peak performance, maintain concentration, motivation and competitive drive—even when dealing with competitors, teammates, audiences, parents, coaches, or injuries? The new two-volume Encyclopedia of Sport and Exercise Psychology from SAGE Reference explores the theory, research, and application of psychology as it relates to sport and fitness.

How has Congress shaped America? Find out in: Landmark Legislation, 1774–2012: Major U.S. Acts and Treaties

Washington, DC - More than 12,000 people have served in America’s Congress since the First Continental Congress in 1774, and, since then, almost 46,000 public acts have been signed into law. Many of those laws have played a key role in shaping America’s political and historical character. Now, CQ Press has published Landmark Legislation, 1774–2012: Major U.S. Acts and Treaties, jammed-packed with information about the most important laws and treaties enacted by the U.S. Congress—including an additional decade of new legislation since the first edition was published.

Understand how action works in the practice of research with SAGE Reference's The SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research

Los Angeles - What’s the best way to get people or organizations to act? Can the action be measured? How do you start? The term action research is used to describe the approaches that integrate the research theories with the action itself. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Action Research, new from SAGE Reference,explores the entire field, starting with the roots of the methodologies from the 1940s, then all the way to the current, cutting-edge research.

How much (and what kind of) technology should be used at school? The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Technology

Los Angeles - From calculators to smart phones, overhead projectors to video surveillance cameras, and microfiche to the Internet, technology continues to evolve in schools. When did technology first appear in education, and where is it going? How do educators decide how much technology to use? Will technology ultimately replace teachers? Answering questions like these–and many more–is The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Technology, examining information on how to leverage the power of technology to support teaching and learning.

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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology presents new and foundational concepts about the field

Providing students, scholars, and practitioners an introduction to the full scope of the field, SAGE Publishing announces the publication of The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. The new 7-volume resource contains more than 1,400 signed articles that discuss essential approaches and theories, numerous mental health disorders, assessment tools and psychotherapeutic interventions, and the social, legal, and cultural foundations that have caused controversy in abnormal and clinical psychology.