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A Song Of Healing book. Many in our country are asking questions regarding education.

Many in our country are asking questions regarding education. Every thoughtful and mindful parent, teacher, and school district is trying to find answers to complex and difficult questions regarding our children

Many in our country are asking questions regarding education. Every thoughtful and mindful parent, teacher, and school district is trying to find answers to complex and difficult questions regarding our children.

A Song of Healing Book Summary and Study Guide. Chris Duschik Booklist Chris Duschik Message Board. Many in our country are asking questions regarding education

A Song of Healing Book Summary and Study Guide. Every thoughtful and mindful parent, teacher, and school district is trying to find answers to complex questions regarding our children. Caught up in the public school system, Robert is sensitive, artistic, and on the verge of becoming lost in the shuffle. Insightful teachers can make a difference, and the power of a family's love is not to be underestimated, A SONG OF HEALING.

The "Song of Healing" (いやしの歌 Iyashi no Uta?) is a song from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.

The Book of Healing is a scientific and philosophical encyclopedia written by Abu Ali ibn Sīna (Avicenna) from medieval Persia, near Bukhara in Maverounnahr. Also called The Cure it is intended to "cure" or "heal" ignorance of the soul. Despite its title, it is not concerned with medicine; Avicenna's earlier The Canon of Medicine in 5 volumes had been medical.

A Song of Healing by Duschik, Chris.

Artist: Jonathan Settel. Album: Arise and Have Mercy, 2001. The CD includes a complete music book of the songs. Mr. Probz Waves (feat. Chris Brown & . Simple Minds Alive and Kicking.

Chris deals with these questions and provides the answers that will help those seeking healing to maintain their confidence in God's will, and strengthen the faith of all believers concerning God's ability to do what He promises. Entirely biblical in its scope, this book will show you what is potentially hindering those who are in need of healing, while also helping you to understand how to continue pressing into God for what He promises.

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Many in our country are asking questions regarding education. Every thoughtful and mindful parent, teacher, and school district is trying to find answers to complex and difficult questions regarding our children. Caught up in the public school system, Robert is sensitive, artistic, and on the verge of becoming lost in the shuffle. Insightful teachers can make a difference, and the power of a family's love is not to be underestimated: weaving art and emotion with education, A Song of Healing paints a story of hope, for all of us.
Billy Granson
My rating of this book is based on its value as a model for an improved learning style that a teacher can bring to the classroom. Although the book is a novel, the parts about David Spencer, the teacher, are apparently non-fictional. I was very impressed with the methods described here.
As a novel about a child overcoming his and his family's problems, this is a three-star book. It is heart-warming for anyone considering that context, but is flawed as a work of fiction by putting mature adult concepts and words into the mouths of the young characters like Robert and Kristen. The book also describes a state of perfection that is overly idealized, and makes the action seem unreal. The healing process needed a few more flaws in it.
The book tells the story of Robert whose father has been abusing his mother and him. Robert is a kinesthetically oriented person, and expresses his feelings best through art. This may mean drawing a picture of something that frightens him, and then throwing the picture away. In a standard factory-school environment, he does not do well. After his father is taken off to jail, Robert gets a new start with help from his grandmother, mother, and his new teacher. Through this experience, he develops his self-esteem, establishes good relationships, and becomes an able learner.
The essence of the classroom environment is to make each child feel special, and connected and supported by every other student. The exercises that were described for the first day of school were most impressive. Any teacher will feel inspired and encouraged to read about them. A bigger challenge will be doing things like having lunch with the students every day. I suspect that the activities described here would also be good for adding to the kinesthetic abilities of the students who are normally visual or auditory in their primary learning style.
After you finish this book, I suggest that you think about ways that you could follow these examples as a parent. How can you be closer to and more supportive of your children?
Seek to support first, then listen, and then respond!
Zacki
At the end of his seventh grade, Robert's abusive father left. His mother, Jamie, went to a hospital for the summer. Robert and his baby sister, Sandy, went to be with Grandma Dahlen. Jamie was determined to get well and raise her children as best as she could. Grandma Dahlen would help.
Robert spent much of the summer learning about his mother's childhood. He visited all her favorite places and listened to stories about how well his mother could make music. She never played her instrument any more, out of guilt. Robert's gift was for art. He spent the summer drawing everything around him and his interpretation of his mother when she was young and happy.
As eighth grade began, Jaime was with Robert, Sandy, and Grandma Dahlen again. Jaime saw Robert's amazing drawing talent and made sure he was assigned a teacher who would appreciate his art. Therefore, Mr. Spencer came into Robert's life.
Mr. Spencer was a different type of teacher. He nurtured caring, sensitivity, and helped develop the talent of each individual child. Between Robert's unusual teacher, his mother, and his new school friends, Robert would do much growing, and much healing.
**** This book shows a multitude of things to the reader. It shows that people CAN get out of abusive situations, however, it is not easily done and much healing is needed afterward. It shows a different way for teachers to teach inside the classroom, helping the children in more ways than just book learning. If the reader is pre-teen and just out of an abusive life, it shows hope and gives strength.
The book is written simply so the reader may be an adult or as young as age ten. Well done! ****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
Ynonno
A SONG OF HEALING functions like a parable, telling the story of one boy's growth and change. The simple lessons, however, have universal application for individuals in a much broader scope.
Robert's untidy appearance conceals a gifted artist. Rather than encouraging his creativity, however, the traditional school system criticizes his waste of time and discourages his artistic expression. His broken home has left his face hardened, hiding the gentle child within. Classmates find him an easy target, and teachers find him a distraction to the other students.
Robert's life suddenly changes, however, providing him an opportunity to explore his artist gifts of expression. Nurture replaces criticism in a classroom where learning doesn't just occur within a pencil and the head down. The learning experience expands to bring all elements together, including art, movement, and community. Through an unusual teacher, Robert learns to value of himself and those around him. Individuality is celebrated within the community of a classroom, and those experiences reach far beyond the school.
As a child frequently frustrated because I don't learn well in traditional classrooms, A SONG OF HEALING touched my heart, striking an intensely personal response. During my two years of teaching experience, I successfully employed some of the techniques described, including gathering in circles for class discussion, finding the simple rearrangement of desks redefines the energy of the entire classroom expereince. I have also participated in tossing "energy balls" and other energy work that allows groups of completely disparate people work together as a community. Consequently, my first hand experience not only validates Duschik's work, but makes me want to share this book with educators, parents, and anyone else I can gather as an audience. Very highly recommended.
A Song of Healing ebook
Author:
Chris Duschik
Category:
Contemporary
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1489 kb
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1989 kb
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Publisher:
PublishAmerica (November 7, 2000)
Pages:
189 pages
Rating:
4.3
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