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|Statement||by Godson Shukuyem Igborgbor.|
|Series||Inaugural lecture series / Delta State University -- 12, Inaugural lecture series (Delta State University (Abraka, Nigeria)) -- 12.|
|Contributions||Delta State University (Delta State, Nigeria)|
|LC Classifications||LB1072 .I33 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2009382067|
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us The Heart of Learning and Teaching: Compassion, Resiliency, and Academic Success. Using the “ compassionate teaching approach,” this carefully nuanced and clearly written book represents an unprecedented collaboration among public school, university, and Washington. In an era of information technology we tend to neglect education in the emotions, the imagination, and civility.
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The Heart is a realistic and medical fiction novel by the French author Maylis de chronicles the events immediately following the death of year-old Simon Limbres in a car accident. In particular, The Heart focuses on the transplantation of Simon's heart and how it affects those involved in the process, including Simon's parents, the physicians, the nurses, the organ.
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An Education for the Heart. A paper by Peter Young, given at a Teacher’s Forum for Faith and Philosophy in Edinburgh. Synopsis The human heart is the physical and subtle centre by virtue of which man is distinguishable from all other creatures.
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