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Roger Deem
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Roger Deem was one of the most prolific professional wrestling photographer who ever worked the Midwestern territories. Based out of Jacksonville, Illinois, Deem covered mat action for many national and international magazines and publications between 1973 and 1983. His primary success was generated at wrestling cards staged in St. Louis, Missouri, at the Kiel Auditorium and The Checkerdome under the promotional banner of Sam Muchnick's St. Louis Wrestling Club. He was also a fixture at the KPLR-TV studios where the famous "Wrestling at the Chase" program was taped. Deem was well known throughout the Kansas City territory and the American Wrestling Association promotion. He is the only photographer to have been twice awarded the Photo of the Year Award by the Wrestling Fans International Association at its 1977 convention in Dallas and the 1979 gathering in Memphis, Tennessee.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Rodney Thomas
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Rodney Thomas (born March 30, 1973 in Trinity, Texas) is a former professional American football player who played running back for seven seasons for the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans, and Atlanta Falcons. Thomas is the cousin of former NFL safety Terrence Kiel. Thomas attended Groveton High School in Groveton, TX. He enjoyed a record-breaking career at Groveton, leading the Indians to two Class 2A state titles, while gaining 8,441 yards (third best in national high school history at the time, currently third best in state history behind Ken Hall and Wes Danaher) and scoring 115 touchdowns. As a senior at Groveton, Thomas rushed for an incredible 3,701 yards (second best in state history).

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'Nu pin ich worden alde...'. Begegnungen und Ve...
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Der 1926 in Werl in Westfalen geborene Musikwissenschaftler, Kulturhistoriker und Tanzforscher, Autor von mehr als 40 Büchern, hat mit der in den Jahren 2009 bis 2011 niedergeschriebenen Autobiographie dem Wunsch entsprochen, seine Erinnerungen an die über 65 Jahre erlebte und mitgestaltete Geschichte seines Faches kritisch darzulegen. Salmen war an den Universitäten Saarbrücken, Kiel und Innsbruck tätig und hat einige Gast- und Visiting-Professuren in den USA, Israel und der Schweiz inne gehabt. Da er zu den Wissenschaftlern gehört, die ihre Laufbahn im konsequenten Widerstand zum Nazi-Regime begannen und als Zeugen des universitären Neubeginns weiterführten, ist der Lebensbericht ein breiter kritischer Blick auf dramatische persönliche und fachliche Weichenstellungen, auf glückhafte Begegnungen und mühevolle Prozesse bei dem Versuch, musikwissenschaftliche Reflexionen im Kontext der Kultur- und Sozialgeschichte zu definieren. Seine Ausführungen stellte er unter das Motto einer Zeile eines Liedes aus dem Lochamer-Liederbuch von 1460, mit dessen textkritischer Herausgabe seine Karriere 1949 begann. Der Untertitel deutet an, dass er zu den Zeiten, in denen er sich profilierte, häufig in Widerspruch stand und bis heute nicht müde wird, mit seinen Arbeiten etwa zur Musikikonographie, Tanz- und Sozialgeschichte, erweiterte Blickwinkel einzufordern. *** Born in Werl, Westphalia in 1926, the musicologist, cultural historian, dance researcher and author of over 40 books, has in his autobiography, written between 2009 and 2011, fulfilled a wish to describe the history of the discipline in which he worked and which he helped to shape for over 65 years. Salmen worked at the universities of Saarbrücken, Kiel and Innsbruck and held several visiting professorships in the USA, Israel and Switzerland. As he belonged to the generation of scholars who began their careers in forceful resistance to the Nazi regime and continued them as witnesses to a new beginning for academic life, the account of his life provides a broad, critical view of dramatic personal and professional choices of direction, of fortunate encounters and weary processes in the attempt to define musicological reflections in the context of cultural and social history. He has given his work a title from the Lochamer Liederbuch, a collection of German songs dating from 1460, which he edited at the beginning of his career in 1949. The subtitle indicates that he was often at odds with the times which he describes and that he still tirelessy uses his works on musical iconography, dance and social history to call for a broader perspective .

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Professional Development and School Improvement
59,90 CHF *
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'Professional Development and School Improvement' is a book based on case studies from the European funded project EUDIST (European Development of Innovative Science Teaching). The project was co-ordinated by the German research institution IPN. The authors from Austria, Germany, Spain, Ireland and Sweden present their national experiences and results from qualitative studies about educational planning in Curriculum Workshops and related science teachers' professional development. In the introduction the question is raised, how to improve science teaching in Europe with teachers as central agents: A main concern of different countries, seeking to improve quality of schooling is the insight of an OECD study that 'teachers matter' in school development. In a cross case study a European/Canadian writing team elaborates different aspects of European reform and teachers' chances to raise their voice in this process. With contributions by Kurt-Evert Alvison, Anita Bergström, Wolfgang Bünder, Digna Couso, Doris Elster, Henning Hansen, Björn Jensen, Udo Klinger, Manfred Lang, Eva Lindfors, Anneli Nilsson, Eva Norén, John Olson, Eva Persson-Holst, Roser Pinto, Elisabeth Porath, Linda Rahm, Geraldine Mooney Simmie, Piotr Szybek and Susanne Uhl-Kling. Manfred Lang is a senior researcher in the Department of Educational Research at the Leibniz Institute for Science Education, Kiel, Germany. His major fields of interest include innovation in science education, curriculum integration, teacher professional development, and international and European comparative studies. He was co-ordinating the Comenius project EUDIST about innovation in European science teacher education and participted in several European and international projects. (Address: IPN, Olshausenstr. 62, D-24098 Kiel, Germany; e-mail: langm@ipn.uni-kiel.de)

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Return on Character
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In 2001, Jim Collins published research findings that identified the 'blend of personal humility and professional will' that enabled the Level 5 Leader to drive an otherwise unremarkable organization to greatness. Now, in 'Return on Character,' Fred Kiel offers us the findings of a new study that tell us how to grow and develop that kind of extraordinary leadership. This groundbreaking book is based on Kiel's seven years of rigorous research into the 'black box' that contains the little understood connection between character, leadership excellence, and organizational results. Grounded by nearly 9,000 employee observations on CEOs and their teams, Kiel offers solid evidence that character matters--leaders of strong character in his study achieved up to 'five times' the ROA for their organizations than did leaders of weak character. Most people want to believe that good character wins, but many hard-nosed executives and analysts are skeptical on that point. Kiel's evidence not only draws a hard and direct link between strong character and strong business results, his findings go on to identify the specific character habits of exceptional leadership and how they play a role in shaping every facet of the organization. Strong morals and good character aren't mere 'icing on the cake'; in 'Return on Character' we learn how they are the primary ingredients in the decision-making processes that result in smart strategies, an innovative business model, and an engaged workforce. 'Return on Character' definitively reports a consistent, observable relationship between high character leaders and better business results. Crucially, the book also proves that anyone can build character--whether you're a current leader or an aspiring one--it's a 'habit' that is developed and nurtured. The book offers a methodology you can use - with ideas and advice for assessing your own habits of character, along with solid techniques for improving them, as we simultaneously 'unlearn' the habits that weaken our character--and our leadership model. So whether you're leading a large organization, a small business, or any group trying to reach an important goal, this book is a guide to help you drive success.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.04.2020
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'Nu pin ich worden alde...'. Begegnungen und Ve...
26,99 € *
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Der 1926 in Werl in Westfalen geborene Musikwissenschaftler, Kulturhistoriker und Tanzforscher, Autor von mehr als 40 Büchern, hat mit der in den Jahren 2009 bis 2011 niedergeschriebenen Autobiographie dem Wunsch entsprochen, seine Erinnerungen an die über 65 Jahre erlebte und mitgestaltete Geschichte seines Faches kritisch darzulegen. Salmen war an den Universitäten Saarbrücken, Kiel und Innsbruck tätig und hat einige Gast- und Visiting-Professuren in den USA, Israel und der Schweiz inne gehabt. Da er zu den Wissenschaftlern gehört, die ihre Laufbahn im konsequenten Widerstand zum Nazi-Regime begannen und als Zeugen des universitären Neubeginns weiterführten, ist der Lebensbericht ein breiter kritischer Blick auf dramatische persönliche und fachliche Weichenstellungen, auf glückhafte Begegnungen und mühevolle Prozesse bei dem Versuch, musikwissenschaftliche Reflexionen im Kontext der Kultur- und Sozialgeschichte zu definieren. Seine Ausführungen stellte er unter das Motto einer Zeile eines Liedes aus dem Lochamer-Liederbuch von 1460, mit dessen textkritischer Herausgabe seine Karriere 1949 begann. Der Untertitel deutet an, daß er zu den Zeiten, in denen er sich profilierte, häufig in Widerspruch stand und bis heute nicht müde wird, mit seinen Arbeiten etwa zur Musikikonographie, Tanz- und Sozialgeschichte, erweiterte Blickwinkel einzufordern. *** Born in Werl, Westphalia in 1926, the musicologist, cultural historian, dance researcher and author of over 40 books, has in his autobiography, written between 2009 and 2011, fulfilled a wish to describe the history of the discipline in which he worked and which he helped to shape for over 65 years. Salmen worked at the universities of Saarbrücken, Kiel and Innsbruck and held several visiting professorships in the USA, Israel and Switzerland. As he belonged to the generation of scholars who began their careers in forceful resistance to the Nazi regime and continued them as witnesses to a new beginning for academic life, the account of his life provides a broad, critical view of dramatic personal and professional choices of direction, of fortunate encounters and weary processes in the attempt to define musicological reflections in the context of cultural and social history. He has given his work a title from the Lochamer Liederbuch, a collection of German songs dating from 1460, which he edited at the beginning of his career in 1949. The subtitle indicates that he was often at odds with the times which he describes and that he still tirelessy uses his works on musical iconography, dance and social history to call for a broader perspective .

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Professional Development and School Improvement
39,90 € *
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'Professional Development and School Improvement' is a book based on case studies from the European funded project EUDIST (European Development of Innovative Science Teaching). The project was co-ordinated by the German research institution IPN. The authors from Austria, Germany, Spain, Ireland and Sweden present their national experiences and results from qualitative studies about educational planning in Curriculum Workshops and related science teachers' professional development. In the introduction the question is raised, how to improve science teaching in Europe with teachers as central agents: A main concern of different countries, seeking to improve quality of schooling is the insight of an OECD study that 'teachers matter' in school development. In a cross case study a European/Canadian writing team elaborates different aspects of European reform and teachers' chances to raise their voice in this process. With contributions by Kurt-Evert Alvison, Anita Bergström, Wolfgang Bünder, Digna Couso, Doris Elster, Henning Hansen, Björn Jensen, Udo Klinger, Manfred Lang, Eva Lindfors, Anneli Nilsson, Eva Norén, John Olson, Eva Persson-Holst, Roser Pinto, Elisabeth Porath, Linda Rahm, Geraldine Mooney Simmie, Piotr Szybek and Susanne Uhl-Kling. Manfred Lang is a senior researcher in the Department of Educational Research at the Leibniz Institute for Science Education, Kiel, Germany. His major fields of interest include innovation in science education, curriculum integration, teacher professional development, and international and European comparative studies. He was co-ordinating the Comenius project EUDIST about innovation in European science teacher education and participted in several European and international projects. (Address: IPN, Olshausenstr. 62, D-24098 Kiel, Germany; e-mail: langm@ipn.uni-kiel.de)

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Return on Character
32,99 € *
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In 2001, Jim Collins published research findings that identified the 'blend of personal humility and professional will' that enabled the Level 5 Leader to drive an otherwise unremarkable organization to greatness. Now, in 'Return on Character,' Fred Kiel offers us the findings of a new study that tell us how to grow and develop that kind of extraordinary leadership. This groundbreaking book is based on Kiel's seven years of rigorous research into the 'black box' that contains the little understood connection between character, leadership excellence, and organizational results. Grounded by nearly 9,000 employee observations on CEOs and their teams, Kiel offers solid evidence that character matters--leaders of strong character in his study achieved up to 'five times' the ROA for their organizations than did leaders of weak character. Most people want to believe that good character wins, but many hard-nosed executives and analysts are skeptical on that point. Kiel's evidence not only draws a hard and direct link between strong character and strong business results, his findings go on to identify the specific character habits of exceptional leadership and how they play a role in shaping every facet of the organization. Strong morals and good character aren't mere 'icing on the cake'; in 'Return on Character' we learn how they are the primary ingredients in the decision-making processes that result in smart strategies, an innovative business model, and an engaged workforce. 'Return on Character' definitively reports a consistent, observable relationship between high character leaders and better business results. Crucially, the book also proves that anyone can build character--whether you're a current leader or an aspiring one--it's a 'habit' that is developed and nurtured. The book offers a methodology you can use - with ideas and advice for assessing your own habits of character, along with solid techniques for improving them, as we simultaneously 'unlearn' the habits that weaken our character--and our leadership model. So whether you're leading a large organization, a small business, or any group trying to reach an important goal, this book is a guide to help you drive success.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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