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From: Robinson (76.0.151.246)
Subject:         TEENAGER'S SET $15ppd/3 books
Date: March 28, 2013 at 1:01 pm PST

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TEENAGER'S SET $15ppd/3 books

The Teenagers' Guide to School Outside the Box ISBN#1-57542-087-2. For some teens, the traditional four-year high school curriculum is just what they need. Others would benefit more from nontraditional learning experiences—if they knew how to find them and what to do next. This practical, inspiring book explores the world of alternative learning, giving teens the knowledge and tools they need to make good choices. It’s not a directory of programs; there are many of those available already. Instead, Rebecca Greene introduces and describes a world of possibilities, from study abroad to internships, apprenticeships, networking, job shadowing, service learning, university coursework, and independent study. Then she tells teens where to look for opportunities, how to decide which ones are right for them, how to overcome potential barriers (cost, distance, time), how to prepare, and what kinds of benefits they can expect to take away from their experiences. Comprehensive and realistic, complete with first-person stories from high school students who have gone “outside the box,” this guide is for any teen who wonders “What’s out there for me?” Also recommended for school guidance and career centers.

Teens' Guide To College & Career Planning ISBN#978-0-7689-2610-1. GET A JUMP!is intended for use by students at any stage of middle and high school, but it has the most relevance for high school sophomores and juniors who are starting to get serious about the decisions they will need to make after graduation. Whether they’re planning to head to a two- or four-year college, to a technical school, to an apprenticeship, to the military, or directly into the workforce--or are still undecided--here’s where they’ll find information on the various options available and which ones best suits their skills, needs, and wants.

Organizing My Learning: Daily Student Planner Using Graphic Organizers
ISBN#0-89455-678-9. Study skills, thinking skills, goal setting, daily student planner, assignments and achievements, thinking habits, graphic organizers.


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