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📒O M Gee Good Instant Pot Meals Plant Based Oil Free ✍ Jill McKeever
📝O M Gee Good Instant Pot Meals Plant Based Oil Free Book Synopsis : O M Gee Good! Instant Pot(r) Meals, Plant-Based & Oil-Free is the VERY FIRST plant-based, oil-free Instant Pot(r) cookbook. Jill McKeever, author, wrote this family-pleasing cookbook solely for Instant Pot(r) owners. Inside you'll find 34 plant-based, oil-free meals and sidesyour family will ask for again and again. Looking at the Instant Pot(r) with all its function buttons can give some folks the feeling that cooking is made easier with a push of a button. As for others, multiple buttons can be overwhelming and confusing. Take a breath. There are four cooking functions most commonly used in this book; Keep Warm/Cancel, Saute, Manual, and Slow Cook. The cooking directions are written soeven the newest Instant Pot(r) owner can whip up a delicious meal with ease. Jill compiled all her fan's favorite Instant Pot(r) recipes from her YouTube channel, Simple Daily Recipes, and brought them together in this book. Every recipe comes with a mouthwatering photo and easy to read list of ingredients and directions. Also included is a quick reference pressure cooking chart for beans/legumes, grains, and vegetables. You won't have to worry about your family eating their veggies when you make, Awesome Tex-Mex Lasagna Stack, Barbecue Cabbage Sandwiches, Barbecue Shredded Soy Curls, Barbecue Lentils, Bring Along Black Bean Hash, Chili Bean Goulash, Creamy Soy Curls Alfredo, Extra Creamy Tomato Spinach Pasta, Ethiopian Inspired Stew, Memaw's Beefless Stew, Memaw's Soy Curls Pot Pie, Go-To Lentil Soup, Slow Cooked Pasta-free Lasagna, Spinach Tacos, Thick & Creamy Nacho Sauce, Vegan Sausage Scramble, Veggies in Creamy Curry Sauce or Veggies in Creamy Curry Sauce. Order O M Gee Good! Instant Pot(r) Meals, Plant-Based & Oil-Free and get started making meals your family will want to eat week after week and will even be able to cook for themselves. WOOT WOOT!"
📒Omgee Good Soy Curls Recipes ✍ Jill McKeever
📝Omgee Good Soy Curls Recipes Book Synopsis : Jill McKeever launched the first Soy Curls cookbook series, OMGee Good! Soy Curls(TM) Recipes, Volumes 1, 2, and 3. Are you plant-based and want to lure your family and friends to the plant-side? Are you familiar with Soy Curls and looking for new recipes using this excellent, heart-healthy meat alternative? Jill wrote these cookbooks for you. GET the KINDLE BOOK for FREE when you purchase the paperback. Use the "LOOK INSIDE" feature to see the Table of Contents. Use the "Suprise Me" to view food photos and recipes. Each volume contains 30 family-friendly recipes that will absolutely satisfy the plant-based, the omnivores, and the carnivores among your family and friends.
📒Why Video Games Are Good For Your Soul ✍ James Paul Gee
📝Why Video Games are Good for Your Soul Book Synopsis : Imprint. In this text, built entirely around computer games and game play, the author shows how good video games marry pleasure and learning and, at the same time, have the potential to empower people.
📒Good Video Games Plus Good Learning ✍ James Paul Gee
📝Good Video Games Plus Good Learning Book Synopsis : Textbook
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📒Every Good Thing ✍ Mike Tucker
📝Every Good Thing Book Synopsis : Chances are you've never experienced severe physical hunger. You might have missed a meal or two, but most of us can't imagine what it is like to go months, or even years, without enough food. But You may know the familiar ache of another kind of hunger: spiritual hunger. The longing for something more, to know God better. Whether it is an occasional craving, a case of spiritual malnutrition, or near starvation-something is definitely missing.
📒Situated Language And Learning ✍ James Paul Gee
📝Situated Language and Learning Book Synopsis : Why do poor and minority students under-perform in school? Do computer games help or hinder learning? What can new research in psychology teach our educational policy-makers? In this major new book, Gee tackles the 'big ideas' about language, literacy and learning, putting forward an integrated theory that crosses disciplinary boundaries, and applying it to some of the very real problems that face educationalists today. Situated Language and Learning looks at the specialist academic varieties of language that are used in disciplines such as mathematics and the sciences. It argues that the language acquisition process needed to learn these forms of language is not given enough attention by schools, and that this places unfair demands on poor and minority students. The book compares this with learning as a process outside the classroom, applying this idea to computer and video games, and exploring the particular processes of learning which take place as a child interacts with others and technology to learn and play. In doing so, Gee examines what video games can teach us about how to improve learning in schools and engages with current debates on subjects such as 'communities of practice' and 'digital literacies'. Bringing together the latest research from a number of disciplines, Situated Language and Learning is a bold and controversial book by a leading figure in the field, and is essential reading for anyone interested in education and language.
📒Imagining The Good Life ✍ Francis Khek Gee Lim
📝Imagining the Good Life Book Synopsis : Effectively combining ethnographic research and theoretical reflections on the pursuit of the good life in a Tibetan community in the Nepal Himalaya, this fascinating book offers a fresh perspective in seeking to understand contemporary experience of development and globalization.
📒Teenage Horror A Go Go ✍ Giles Clark
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📒Computer Supported Collaborative Learning At The Workplace ✍ Sean P. Goggins
📝Computer Supported Collaborative Learning at the Workplace Book Synopsis : This book is an edited volume of case studies exploring the uptake and use of computer supported collaborative learning in work settings. This book fills a significant gap in the literature. A number of existing works provide empirical research on collaborative work practices (Lave & Wenger, 1987; Davenport, 2005), the sharing of information at work (Brown & Duguid, 2000), and the development of communities of practice in workplace settings (Wenger, 1998). Others examine the munificent variation of information and communication technology use in the work place, including studies of informal social networks, formal information distribution and other socio-technical combinations found in work settings (Gibson & Cohen, 2003). Another significant thread of prior work is focused on computer supported collaborative learning, much of it investigating the application of computer support for learning in the context of traditional educational institutions, like public schools, private schools, colleges and tutoring organizations. Exciting new theories of how knowledge is constructed by groups (Stahl, 2006), how teachers contribute to collaborative learning (reference to another book in the series) and the application of socio-technical scripts for learning is explicated in book length works on CSCL. Book length empirical work on CSCW is widespread, and CSCL book length works are beginning to emerge with greater frequency. We distinguish CSCL at Work from prior books written under the aegis of training and development, or human resources more broadly. The book aims to fill a void between existing works in CSCW and CSCL, and will open with a chapter characterizing the emerging application of collaborative learning theories and practices to workplace learning. CSCL and CSCW research each make distinct and important contributions to the construction of collaborative workplace learning.