Feng Shui for the Classroom: 101 Easy-to-Use Ideas

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Chicago Review Press, 2004 - Education - 127 pages
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Formerly published by Zephyr PressA carefully planned learning environment can improve the quality and meaningfulness of learning and instruction. This unique resource translates the ancient Chinese interior design concepts of feng shui into practical ideas for creating positive, harmonious classroom environments based on the thoughtful arrangement of color, furniture, and learning centers.
 

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Contents

1 My Story 1
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2 What is Feng Shui? 11
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3 Enerchi Efficiency 19
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4 A Teachers Bagua of Tricks 33
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5 Remedies for the NotSoPerfect Classroom 45
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6 Are You a Clutter Bug? 59
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7 Interior DecorationWhere East Meets West 75
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8 Feng Shui for the Home School 87
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9 The Teacher at Home 99
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10 Conclusion 115
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BIBLIOGRAPHY 119
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INDEX 123
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About the author (2004)

Renée Heiss is a child development teacher at Northern Burlington County Regional High School in New Jersey. She lives in Tabernacle, New Jersey.

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