Speaking Up

Author: Anne Proffitt Dupre

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674046307

Category: Education

Page: 289

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Just how much freedom of speech should high school students have? Does giving children and adolescents a far-reaching right of expression, without joining it to responsibility, ultimately result in an asylum that is run by its inmates? Since the late 1960s, the United States Supreme Court has struggled to clarify the contours of constitutionally guaranteed freedom of speech rights for students. But as this thought-provoking book contends, these court opinions have pitted studentsÑand their litigious parentsÑagainst schools while undermining the schoolsÕ necessary disciplinary authority. In a clear and lively style, sprinkled with wry humor, Anne Proffitt Dupre examines the way courts have wrestled with student expression in school. These fascinating cases deal with political protest, speech codes, student newspapers, book banning in school libraries, and the long-standing struggle over school prayer. Dupre also devotes an entire chapter to teacher speech rights. In the final chapter on the 2007 ÒBong Hits 4 JesusÓ case, she asks what many people probably wondered: when the Supreme Court gave teenagers the right to wear black armbands in school to protest the Vietnam War, just how far does this right go? Did the Court also give students who just wanted to provoke their principal the right to post signs advocating drug use? Each chapter is full of insight into famous decisions and the inner workings of the courts. Speaking Up offers eye-opening history for students, teachers, lawyers, and parents seeking to understand how the law attempts to balance order and freedom in schools.

Speaking Up and Spelling it Out

Author: Melanie Fried-Oken,Hank A. Bersani

Publisher: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company


Category: Medical

Page: 268

View: 2067

Beyond the typical AAC issues explored in most textbooks, this essential collection gives you the opportunity to hear AAC users talk about their lives. Twenty-eight diverse individuals who use AAC, from teens to senior citizens, give first-person accounts of how living with AAC has affected them. Through their personal essays, poems, and interviews, you'll hear their perspectives on the issues that matter most to them, including education, employment, technology, and family. The contributors reveal what using AAC is all about and what works (and doesn't work) for them as they face the daily challenges of communication. These touching and humorous stories will give everyone insight into how to improve communication supports for the people they care for, from AAC users themselves--order today!

Speaking Up

Author: Frederick Gilbert

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 1626560528

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 216

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If you are in middle management, to get anything done you must present your ideas to decision makers, and those presentations can be brutal. The stakes are high—one presentation can make or break a career—but the rules are utterly unclear. Tactics and techniques that work well with peers, subordinates, and immediate supervisors can actually work against you when presenting up the chain. Speaking Up is an indispensable resource for anyone who needs to know how to present to those at the highest levels. Psychologist and coach Frederick Gilbert offers revelatory insights into the minds of the men and women at the top—information that is crucial to understanding what they’re looking for from presenters. Based on ten years of research and hundreds of interviews, Speaking Up features extensive comments from executives explaining exactly what they want and don’t want in a presentation. This Enhanced Edition has 48 minutes of video footage excerpted from the Speaking Up Virtual Workshop, an elite online training course that typically costs $395. The videos in this book show real-life CEOs (not actors) heckling or otherwise impeding hapless presenters. The simulated experience of presenting to the C-Suite and encountering common problems is invaluable. It will help any presenter who needs to know what to expect—and how to prepare—for their next C-level presentation. "There are two times when you are alone in this life: one is when you die, and the other is when you present to senior management."—Rick Wallace, CEO, KLA-Tencor " You can cut years off your leadership learning curve by applying these skills."--from the foreword by Scott McNealy, Founder band former CEO of Sun Microsystems and Chairman of Wayin

Speaking Up

Author: Jesse Rutherford

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 0595381227

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 180

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"Mandated reporting duties are extremely important to the life, safety, and welfare of victims who cannot independently access the system. It's sometimes the only method by which a victim gets help." -Judge Pamela L. Iles, from a recent speech "This manual is the gold standard in understanding child abuse dynamics and reporting responsibilities. The authors have an incredible breadth of knowledge of this subject I wholeheartedly recommend this manual to anyone in the 'helping professions.'" -Dr. Jill Murray, author of But I Love Him-Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling, Abusive Relationships and Destructive Relationships-Changing the Unhealthy Relationships in Your Life "As a professional in the world of abuse recovery, I highly recommend this book. Each of us needs an easy-to-access, easy-to-find, and easy-to-use resource guide at our fingertips. This is a great tool for training and managing those who work with children to young adults." -Dr. Tracy Kemble, The WIN Restoration Center www.WomenInNeed.org

Speaking Up

Author: Anita Abraham,Amy Matthusen

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1475853726

Category: Education

Page: 134

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This practical, teacher-friendly text considers strategies for managing the logistics of conferencing with 100+ students, and moving the preparation, and direction of conferences from teacher to student.

Women Speaking Up

Author: C. Ford

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 0230582184

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 202

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Countering popular myths of women's deficiencies in communicating in traditionally male professions, the author uses women's talk to illustrate the interactional skills required to contribute effectively to workplace meetings, and presents new insights on the organization of talk in meetings while celebrating women's clear competence.

Speaking Up

Author: Allyson Jule

Publisher: Multilingual Matters

ISBN: 1783099623

Category: Social Science

Page: 144

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From slut-shaming to the allegedly shrill voices of female politicians, from vocal fry to online misogyny, the language women use (and the language used about them) is as controversial as it has ever been. Our language use and our gender have an enormous impact on the way we understand ourselves and the world around us, and the way we are treated by society. Using the latest academic research, Allyson Jule tackles some of the most pressing issues facing feminism today, including how language use and related ideas about gender play out in the home, workplace and online. It turns out that many popular ideas about gender and language are more complicated than they first appear. This book will change the way you think about language, and give you the tools to challenge the world around you.

Speaking Up in Class

Author: Sloane Gould

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 1538363364

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 8

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This next generation of U.S. citizens has the opportunity to shape the nation and the world. With knowledge of the foundations of citizenship and society, readers can make informed decisions and actively participate in their community and wider government. This book teaches readers about the civics concept of civic virtues through engaging text and colorful photographs. In this book, readers will learn about the importance of contributing in class. This nonfiction book is paired with the fiction book I Raise My Hand (ISBN: 9781538363324). The instructional guide on the inside front and back covers provides: Vocabulary, Background knowledge, Text-dependent questions, Whole class activities, and Independent activities.

Speaking Up in a Culture of Silence

Author: David Naylor

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1000632407

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 202

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We know we should speak up and question what is being taken as normal in our work cultures — to notice and call out bad behaviour and resist being silenced. This book is a guide to what it takes to do this in a way that doesn’t expose you to the countermeasures of people who do not like being questioned. What is explored through case studies and personal experience are ideas about how to resist being silenced at work where there are competing demands on your time and energy and where people have learnt to tolerate bad and uncivil behaviours just to get the work done. There are no magic solutions or calls for decisive action. Just some modest ideas about what can help you hold onto your voice and your thinking so that when the time is right, you can say something that just may help keep us all a bit safer.