“Edu-Chameleon” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

Author Lili-Ann Kriegler does not do things halfway, whether it be her love of golf or passion for education. Using the foundations of other scholarly work, she has created a model for play using seven learning zones. Targeting early educators and administrators alike she provides readers an in-depth immersion into structuring play for learning. … More “Edu-Chameleon” by Lili-Ann Kriegler

“Healthcare Heroes” by Mary Choy, Michele B. Kaufman

“Healthcare Heroes: The Medical Careers Guide,” covers information about 28 different careers in the medical profession. These positions require education ranging from certifications to doctoral degrees. Each career is featured in its own chapter with contributions made by an expert in that field. … More “Healthcare Heroes” by Mary Choy, Michele B. Kaufman

“What is Consciousness?” by Vipin Gupta

Vipin Gupta’s “What Is Consciousness? The Factor Creating the Law of Limitation” is a unique, introspective analysis of the nature of the human mind and our ability to perceive the world around us, make decisions and engage in critical thinking, and, overall, an investigation into what truly makes us ‘aware.’  In essence, how do humans use their conscious minds and thoughts to fill the “void” that is our futures, while all the while unknowingly limiting ourselves and prospects in the process. … More “What is Consciousness?” by Vipin Gupta

Against All Odds by Carol Basile

AGAINST ALL ODDSCarol Basile, Ph.D.Dragon Gate Media (2019)ISBN 978173243594Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (02/2020) “Against All Odds,” was written by Carol Basile, Ph.D., a woman who raised a child with autism, becoming an educator and school psychologist along the way. In this incredible book, Basile applies both her professional and personal experience to … More Against All Odds by Carol Basile

“Goodbye Homeboy” by Steve Mariotti and Debra Devi

GOODBYE HOMEBOYSteve Mariotti and Debra DeviBenBella Books (2019)ISBN 9781948836005Reviewed by Araceli Noriega for Reader Views (11/19) “Goodbye Homeboy: How My Students Drove Me Crazy and Inspired a Movement,” author Steve Mariotti’s memoir, tells the story of a teacher’s early experiences working with some of the most mistreated students living in the inner city in the … More “Goodbye Homeboy” by Steve Mariotti and Debra Devi