Through 18 short chapters, this book offers insights to help improve your wellbeing. Based on the latest psychology research, each chapter teaches you a new hack to see your world in a new way and offers surprising and simple ways to influence and improve your wellbeing.
This practical book will inspire and encourage students to shape new habits and make stress-management a natural part of their everyday routine. It shows students how to recognise helpful and unhelpful stress, identify their stress triggers and develop coping mechanisms to ease and manage stress.
Spanning the whole international student journey, it will help students to recognise potential challenges, connect with other students and take action that will prepare them for life after their study abroad adventure.This is an ideal resource for any student who wants to make the most of their time studying overseas.
Whether you are on your first, second or tenth CV, this book helps you learn: how to grab the employer's attention in just 30 seconds; how to present your skills and experience for maximum impact; common CV crimes and mistakes and how you can avoid them; and, how to create a cover letter that gives your CV the edge.
A companion for writing for higher education in all disciplines, making it easy for students to keep all of the guidelines and best practices to hand. This latest edition emphasises step-by-step how-to instruction that helps students apply writing, research, and citation advice in practical, transferable ways.
Coverage includes understanding the intended audience, and academic genres; the use of task-based methodology, analytic group discussion, and genre consciousness-raising; how to write summaries and critiques; and helping students position themselves as junior scholars in their academic communities.
This comprehensive text is designed to meet the needs of professional doctorate students from diverse subject disciplines. It contains analysis of the issues that may be encountered when developing research in a professional practice setting as well as outlining the process of doctoral study for professionals.
Clear, friendly and down-to-earth, this guide helps you translate your offline assessment skills in an online environment. From presentations to portfolios, it shows you how to improve your grades and excel in your work.
Action Research: Principles and Practice discusses the importance for educators of understanding their own work and shows how their educative influence can lead to the development of good orders in formal and informal learning settings and in the wider community.
Advancing Digital Humanities moves beyond definition of this dynamic and fast growing field to show how its arguments, analyses, findings and theories are pioneering new directions in the humanities globally.
Explains how to read, interpret and write about the world around us in a critical and informed way. This book answers the needs of students of composition, rhetoric, creative writing, stylistics or literature. It teaches the reader how to perform semiotic analysis, and formulates a logical set of instructions on how to write it up.
Drawing on the work of David Cooperrider and other pioneers in the area of appreciative inquiry (AI) to bridge the gap between consulting activity and academic research in AI, the author also reflects upon her experience of using AI as a research approach, shaping the asking of questions, gathering of information, and the communication of ideas.
Many organizations and educational institutions use psychometric testing to uncover candidates' abilities and asses their potential. This title helps candidates prepare for these tests and give them an awareness of their strengths and where they could take you.
This title examines the development of creative ideas, working out how to organize them, writing up from your plans, upgrading your text, and finishing your PhD thesis speedily and to a good standard. It also includes being examined and getting your work published.
Launching Palgrave's new interdisciplinary Professional Keywords series, this reader-friendly reference guide distils the vast field of groupwork study and practice into digestible, yet authoritative, chunks. With over 60 alphabetized entries, it is the perfect introduction to groupwork for health and social care practice.