Author: Nancy Armstrong MelserPublish On: 2018-12-14
This book will introduce fourteen of the most important soft skills in the field of education.
Author: Nancy Armstrong Melser
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
This book will introduce fourteen of the most important soft skills in the field of education. It will explain how each skill is used in teaching as well as ideas for how to model and explain them in college classrooms, field experiences, and student teaching.
Author: Nancy Armstrong MelserPublish On: 2019-12-15
Employers are looking for well-rounded applicants who know the hard skills or
background information and technical skills ... presentations and wrote my first
book, entitled Teaching Soft Skills in a Hard World: Skills for Beginning Teachers.
Author: Nancy Armstrong Melser
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Children today are growing up in a culture of confusion and uncertainty. Their lives are often hurried and overcommitted. Structures like bedtime and manners are often not practiced in homes and schools. Parents and teachers are looking for how to teach important skills such as manners and organization to the children in their lives. This book will focus on 14 important skills in the development of children and will offer advice for both parents and teachers on how to successfully teach and model these skills to them. Skills such as teamwork, motivation, resilience, balance, and empathy are presented in each chapter and provide examples for how to use these skills with children. Each chapter begins with an overview, has suggestions for parents and teachers, and wraps up with key points for each of the 14 soft skills presented. The book is practical, and while based in research, is easy to read and comprehend. The guide will help parents and teachers see many ways to teach soft skills, as they will impact children in their future classroom performance, professional demeanor, and various areas that will help them become successful in all areas of life!
Effective Communication and Soft Skills provides a clear understanding of the attributes of good communication vis-a-vis soft skills and hard skills.
Author: Nitin Bhatnagar
Publisher: Pearson Education India
Effective Communication and Soft Skills provides a clear understanding of the attributes of good communication vis-a-vis soft skills and hard skills. It offers practice and assessment modules to sharpen learning, while covering all the four tenets of language learning (listening, speaking, reading and writing). It covers all essential topics for teachers and students of BCom, BBA and MBA and mass communications, as well as professionals in all industries and is a comprehensive resource for inter-personal communication in the professional world.
This book is chock-full of meaningful and effective strategies for getting the most out of this critical talent component." —Sue Unvarsky, Senior Vice President, Operations, Prudential Retirement "Managers and leaders will find Bruce's ...
Author: Bruce Tulgan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Based on more than twenty years of research, Bruce Tulgan, renowned expert on the millennial workforce, offers concrete solutions to help managers teach the missing basics of professionalism, critical thinking, and followership?complete with ninety-two step-by-step lesson plans designed to be highly flexible and easy to use.
The book is beneficial to all those who would like to enhance their employability skills and also to educators, employees, educational institutions, recruiters and above all students.
Author: M.S. Rao
Publisher: I. K. International Pvt Ltd
Category: Business and education
This is a very timely book. With the world still reeling from the aftershocks of the global credit crunch . Professor M.S Rao offers a number of extremely useful maps to young people who need to navigate the territory of creating their own success in organizational life. He also offers practical help to the reader to develop the soft skills that are so vital in developing effective working relationships. - Anne Gimson, Managing Director, strategic Developments International Limited U.K. and Editor, Development & Learning in Organization – An international journal. Here is a book which fills a certain vacuum, Professor M.S. Rao unravels the significance of soft skills and provides guidelines to acquire them. A must-read book for all aspiring managers. Vinod K. Dikshit Managing Editor – Indian Edition, Leadership Excellence. "The Direction in which education starts a man will determine his future". – Plato Currently there is a wide chasm between the campus and the industry. There is vast gap between the art and the craft. The book helps in connecting the campus with the corporate by bridging the gap between the campus and the industry and by blending both the art and the craft. It helps you understand and appreciate both soft and hard skills. It differentiates between unemployability and unemployment. It enlightens you about the expectations of employers. It equips you with tools and techniques to enhance your employability. Finally it builds your confidence and competence to bag your coveted job. The book is divided into three sections. Section I deals with various aspects of soft skills and what constitutes soft skills. Section II outlines the current challenges in the Indian educational system. Section III emphasizes on overcoming the challenges. It unveils the secrets and strategies in enhancing employability. The book concludes that an integrated and coordinated approach by all the stakeholders such as educational institutions, educators, students, recruiters and parents is essential in enhancing employability among youth. The book is beneficial to all those who would like to enhance their employability skills and also to educators, employees, educational institutions, recruiters and above all students.
Rather than teaching English within the ACHIEVE program or having to depend
on outside programs with possible time conflicts or ... North American culture of a
typical California office , they must also know how to handle being different in a world in which some will expect them ... At ACHIEVE , English is thus both a hard
and a soft skill : Learning to read the language and speak it correctly is a matter
Author: Ted Houghton
Category: Occupational training
Understanding and adapting to the norms of the workplace are important to long-term success in the labor market. Preparing participants to meet these challenges on the job requires more than a weekly session about how to dress or the importance of showing up on time. Workforce development practitioners must create a culture of work within their own programs if they want participants to be prepared to meet employers' expectations. Hard Work on Soft Skills describes the efforts of four very different organizations with sophisticated strategies that suffuse soft skills development throughout their programs by integrating them with their hard skills training.
For those who think classes in leadership and communication sound like fluff,
administrators warn that soft skills are actually hard work. "They involve our own
emotions and other people in a way that technical skills do not," says Bruce Clark
Session 6 : The New F.A.C.E. of Business Education : Teaching Financial
Analysis and Communication Endeavors via the ... and social trends that are
creating a new world of work and examines the challenges students face in their
quest to be ... covering a to communicate with educational you can incorporate
into your variety of soft skills including administrators in ... Is your equipment so
old that it 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon and find new " niche ” student / is hard to find
software that you ...
Author: Prof. (Dr.) Shalini VermaPublish On: 2013-12-01
Salient features of the book : Learning objectives appearing at the beginning of each chapter enlist the topics/concepts that the student are expected to understand after reading the chapter.
Author: Prof. (Dr.) Shalini Verma
Publisher: Goyal Brothers Prakashan
Salient features of the book : Learning objectives appearing at the beginning of each chapter enlist the topics/concepts that the student are expected to understand after reading the chapter. Opening Case Study sets the stage for the areas to be discussed in the concerned chapter. Case studies are powerful catalysts for thought and discussion as they are based on ‘situation analysis’ teaching technique which allows student to explore problems and dilemmas and provides them opportunities to work in teams, share ideas, and learn that people sometimes see things differently. Encourage your students to consider the forces that converge to make an individual or group act in one way or another, and then evaluate the consequences. Rapid Recapitulation given after the completion of each broad topic helps student understand the concept and its application thoroughly. Assess your Understanding given in the form of MCQs (Multiple choice questions), True & False, Fill in the blanks etc., after the completion of each broad topic helps student test their understanding of the concepts discussed. Story Time strategically placed in the middle of the chapter, these are short interesting stories that allow student to think about the problems discussed in them, develop critical thinking skills and draw some ‘moral lessons’ from them. They also allow students to generate ideas quickly and spontaneously and help them use their imagination and break loose from fixed patterns of response. Closing Case Study is teaching technique that is developed for the purpose of encouraging the student to apply the concepts discussed in the concerned chapter. By engaging in the thinking process that these closing case studies call for, student can improve their own problem solving and decision making skills. Chapter End Summary helps student summarize all the areas discussed in the concerned chapter. Review and Discussion Questions help student assess their understanding of the different topics discussed in the chapter and give them first-hand experience of explaining the concepts and their application in their own words while answering to the long-answer type questions. Brain Ticklers are given with an objective of harnessing thinking out-of-the-box in student. Encourage your students to do it as an individual exercise rather than a team work. Simulation Based Exercise is a role play/management game, which is an informal dramatization in which students act out a suggested situation. It helps young learners simulate real life situations and provides an excellent strategy for practicing skill; experiencing how one might handle a potential situation in real life; increasing empathy for others and their point of view; and increasing insight into their own feelings. Experiential Learning helps student ‘feel’ or ‘experience’ the concepts and theories they learn in the concerned chapter. It provides them opportunities to learn from real life experience and enables them to deepen their understanding of the topic and personalise their connection to it. Answer Key at the end of the book, is a chapter-wise answers to the different types of questions asked.
... ( the hard skills required for jobs ) . But they need in addition , soft skills or life
skills to continue to do well on the job or in a profession or in their family life .
These soft skills or life skills complement and complete one's education . As the world ...
Author: Michael Amaladoss
Pedro Arrupe, 1907-1991, Spanish Jesuit; contributed articles.
Most teachers are digital immigrants who should learn to adopt to this new world
and new way of working .. There are both technical ( hard skills ) and non -
technical ( soft skills ) that teachers must acquire in order to effectively integrate
ICT in ...
The 147 acre English , but also find it green sprawling campus of the difficult to
compete with their even after you factor in an enlightened corporate Institute
boasts of an excellent ... How are we trying soft skills training for the to address
world. of. tomorrow. ,. considerable. emphasis. has. been placed on a world of
hardware ; less on a world of software . ... There was no parallel movement that
encouraged the development of the soft skills in students : how to conceptualize ,
how to create ideas , the ... back to the centre and that the complementary nature
of soft and hard skills became recognized in teaching and practising research .
More students are going into international positions where they have to deal with global marketplaces , global suppliers and ... Recruiters are looking for so -
called “ soft ” skills , and any manager worth his salt knows that soft skills are as hard as anything in the world to master ! ... We will continue to see development
in researching and teaching leadership and organizational change management
Hard skills were not the only thing - soft skills and how to deal with groups was
very useful . ... Her essay then comments : Learning these soft skills is probably
one of the most important things I could have got from the experience . ... a view
of enhancing my existing knowledge , skills and values which would hopefully
equip me with the professional competence to progress into the world of social
Detailing and analyzing the politics and motivations driving economization, the book concludes with an assessment of the impacts of the confluence of business interests, economic theories, governments, and educators.
Author: Joel Spring
In this timely, cogent analysis of trends and powerful forces shaping global educational policy today, Joel Spring focuses on how economization is making economic growth and increased productivity the main goals of schools, and the ways these goals are achieved—including measuring educational policies by their costs and economic benefits, shaping family life to ensure productive workers and high-achieving students, introducing entrepreneurship education into curricula from preschool through higher education, and increasing the involvement of economists in educational policy analysis. Close attention is given to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the World Bank, the World Economic Forum, and multinational corporations, which, as advocates of economization, want schools to focus on teaching hard and soft skills needed by the global labor market. Economization raises questions about the effects of economically driven agendas for schools: Will education policies advocated by global organizations and multinational businesses corporatize and standardize human personalities and families? What type of global worker is being sought by global organizations and multinational corporations? What education programs are supported to educate the ideal global worker? What is the ideal family life for economic growth and development? Detailing and analyzing the politics and motivations driving economization, the book concludes with an assessment of the impacts of the confluence of business interests, economic theories, governments, and educators.
Author: Asian Development Bank InstitutePublish On: 2007
Even though technical ( hard ) skills remain important , non - technical ( soft ) skills are crucial for good teaching . ... Developing both social and technical
abilities — with the same degree of emphasis and real - world concreteness , is
the best ...
... Usiskin , Zalman ( ed . ) : " Development of Mathematics around the world " ,
UCSMP 4th Conference , Chicago University , Chicago , USA ( 1999 ) * The full
text of this article is available at. EDUCATION FOR ALL 200+ Paradigm Shift in
Mathematics Education " know how " or what is called ' soft skills ' . • Hard skills
deal with : number and operation , patterns , functions and algebra , geometry
How can we achieve a useful balance between teacher - centered learning and
student - centered learning ? ... to suggest that in the complex problemsolving
environment of the real world , the ability to link classroom knowledge with soft skills is a requirement for success . ... the main soft skills that are highly valued by
tors to impart knowledge or hard skills together with soft skills in teaching and learning ...
Author: Sanjaya Mishra
Publisher: IGI Global
This text emerges out of the need to share information and knowledge on the research and practices of using multimedia in various educational settings. It discusses issues relating to planning, designing and development of interactive multimedia, offering research data.