Education Studies & Teaching Adult & Continuing Education Books

First Steps to Business Success for Teens: That won't cost you a fortune

You're strapped for cash, looking at your bedroom ceiling and wondering how am I going to buy...? 'I hate having to ask my parents for money, especially for things I don't need' or I need the cash soon but what can I do to make sure I Don't find myself in this situation again?

Ever felt like that before... I have. That's why I became an online entrepreneur and have now written the book 'First Steps to Business Success for Teens' as I want to show you how you too can get out of this predicament once and for all.

The step-by-step guide will show you how to:

oBe WILLING to step out of your comfort zone and take action steps that will allow you to work at your most effective whilst not compromising quality to reach success

oMake sure you make the all-in decision to start a business and work hard to get fantastic results

oShow you the three main areas that are feasible and lucrative options for young people starting in business

oShow you BIG shortcuts to success that help you go from start up to success story

oGive you exclusive interviews on young people and adults who have ridden the journey to become successful in business, the arts industry and youth empowerment

So now it's your turn, get the book- follow the steps and I look forward to hearing your success story!

'Work Smart, Be Teachable, Strive for Excellence and You WILL Achieve Greatness!'

Global Perspectives on Recognising Non-formal and Informal Learning: Why Recognition Matters (Technical and Vocational Education and Training: Issues, Concerns and Prospects)

This book deals with the relevance of recognition and validation of non-formal and informal learning education and training, the workplace and society. In an increasing number of countries, it is at the top of the policy and research agenda ranking among the possible ways to redress the glaring lack of relevant academic and vocational qualifications and to promote the development of competences and certification procedures which recognise different types of learning, including formal, non-formal and informal learning. The aim of the book is therefore to present and share experience, expertise and lessons in such a way that enables its effective and immediate use across the full spectrum of country contexts, whether in the developing or developed world. It examines the importance of meeting institutional and political requirements that give genuine value to the recognition of non-formal and informal learning; it shows why recognition is important and clarifies its usefulness and the role it serves in education, working life and voluntary work; it emphasises the importance of the coordination, interests, motivations, trust and acceptance by all stakeholders. The volume is also premised on an understanding of a learning society, in which all social and cultural groups, irrespective of gender, race, social class, ethnicity, mental health difficulties are entitled to quality learning throughout their lives. Overall the thrust is to see the importance of recognising non-formal and informal learning as part of the larger movement for re-directing education and training for change. This change is one that builds on an equitable society and economy and on sustainable development principles and values such as respect for others, respect for difference and diversity, exploration and dialogue.

Career Rocket: 101 Tips to Launch Yourself to Success

You've worked tirelessly with your eyes on the prize: a degree. But scoring that prize required so much brain space, you had none left to spare for what happens after the prize is won. So now that you've graduated... what next?

Career RocketTM - 101 tips to lunch your self to success is the onestop-shop resource for fresh graduates and aspiring entrepreneurs in early development. School was a pipeline--a single, simple road--but post-school life is an ocean with the potential to move in any direction, follow any whim, make any mistake, or become stuck in the overwhelming amount of advice floating around. You don't have time to waste, so this book won't waste it for you.

Career RocketTM - 101 tips to lunch your self to success is the most complete and varied, yet also readable and concise collection of career wisdom; an amalgamation of well-lived advice from seasoned entrepreneurs. This book can make navigating your career in that ocean so easy, you'll feel like you're living that pipeline life again. With these tips, you build your own road... effortlessly. And you do it all at a smaller cost than a single cappuccino--because hey, you're still on a student's budget. You want an exceptional life and an exceptional career. So the advice you take should match.

Career RocketTM - 101 tips to lunch your self to success is undoubtedly the preferable exception to the mass of other career books out there. Make your every move and every choice--including the choice to read this--exceptional.

An Introduction to Golf for the Adult Beginner

The fundamentals of the game never change and what was taught taught in the past is just as relevant to beginner golfers today.

Working life and learning

This 25-hour free course explored ways to reflect on and improve learning at work, and encouraged critical thinking about work-based learning.

How To Map Who You are? (Ratgeber Karriere)

Guide to Personal Leadership. Life is a process of understanding yourself through a permanent quest of opening up, of mapping yourself, which enables you to become more aware of who you are. You can then be the personal leader of yourself. However, as we live in a new world where we process more data than ever in history and where our digital track leaves a permanent digital footprint, to record and map ourselves becomes increasingly challenging. How to do it?

Club College: Why So Many Universities Look Like Resorts

Club College is a chapter excerpt from Change.edu coming out October 18, 2011.

On college campuses nationwide, luxury and learning go hand-in-hand, keeping the price tag for higher education out of reach for many Americans. Education innovator, and chairman and CEO of Kaplan, Inc., Andrew S. Rosen examines today's resort-style campus, providing inspiring solutions for stopping the spending spirals and making college affordable for all.



Despite the financial crunch, many American universities have become surprisingly lavish over the past decade, providing state-of-the-art recreation facilities, bistro-style dining, spectacular residence halls that rival fine hotels, and "free" amenities such as Kindles, not to mention multi-million-dollar stadiums and coaches' salaries starting in the high six figures. Showcasing these extraordinary campuses, "Club College" captures the new economic models of higher education, which often divert funds from academics to gain a competitive edge in attracting an elite group of students. On this fascinating tour, Andrew S. Rosen proposes bold new alternatives that focus our nation's dollars on learning.

Poised to spark a dialogue about our nation's higher education system, "Club College" makes the classroom the centerpiece of college once again, opening doors to careers for a broad range of talented individuals--arguably our greatest economic asset.



Teach Online: How to Create a Udemy Course

Do you want to generate extra income by teaching online on Udemy?

This book will teach you how to make money by teaching online on Udemy. Teaching online on Udemy is one of the ways to get extra income. This book will give you a step-by-step directions on creating your online course. If you are ready to teach online, this book will put you on the right path.

This book provides you with tips on how you can teach online. If you follow along the directions in this book, you can start teaching online on Udemy! Download this book now!

Harvard Envy: Why Too Many Colleges Overshoot

Harvard Envy is a chapter excerpt from Change.edu coming out October 18, 2011.



Exploring the limitations of the exclusive, tradition-bound world of higher education, innovator Andrew S. Rosen, chairman and CEO of Kaplan, Inc., delivers a vision for making a world-class college experience available to students of all backgrounds.



Little is known about John Harvard, who bequeathed his books and ?779 to a fledgling college on the Charles River in the 1630s, but the institution that bears his name has become the gold standard for universities worldwide. Tracing this fascinating history, and the history of American higher education overall, "Harvard Envy" raises important questions about the effect of super-elite campuses on America's educational landscape. Just as Congress hotly debated whether to approve land-grant colleges in the nineteenth century, opening the doors of higher education to farmers, we face a competitive new demand for a highly educated workforce. Yet many colleges continue to insist on limiting access, and many college applicants continue to believe that exclusive institutions deliver the highest quality.



With an eye-opening examination of the U.S. News and World Report college rankings and other barometers, "Harvard Envy" takes an enlightened look at how universities allocate resources and talent. Offering an inspiring alternative to the Ivory Tower playbook, Andrew S. Rosen presents a bold, cost-effective new vision for a truly competitive higher education system that serves both individual and national interests.

Politics In Mexico: Since Colonial Times

Persian Cat: My Beloved Cat

Persian Photo Book