A Light Touch of Feng Shui, A Teacher's Guide for Creating Balance and Harmony in the Classroom
Perfect Harmony Press, 2004 - Classroom environment - 129 pages
While the use of Feng Shui, the Chinese art of placement, has become popular in the home and office, classroom application has been virtually overlooked. The book is an easy to use, spiral-bound guide which educates teachers about Feng Shui principles such as furniture placement and use of color, while providing specific instructions for classroom application. Interspersed throughout are personal experiences from the authors, photos of their classrooms, diagrams and original illustrations along with case studies and testimonials from teachers who have applied these techniques to their own classrooms.
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