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When Alison Bernhoft set out to homeschool her six children, her grand plans were constantly derailed by the second law of thermodynamics: Entropy. Entropy happens. It enters our houses, spreads toys and dishes around, creates chaos throughout the day, and most importantly steals our time. But Alison discovered that chaos and homeschooling are far from mutually exclusive; indeed, suitably restrained, entropy can be the best teacher of all.
Entropy Academy reveals how you can train your home (even a messy one) to do half of your teaching, while much of the other half can be taught entropy style in the natural process of everyday life.
The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy is an indispensable reference for beauty therapists, providing up to the minute guidance for Level 2 qualifications and including full coverage of Facial Electrical treatments.
Each treatment is explained using insights and practical advice from a team of industry experts, and the book clearly illustrates the personal qualities and professional skills that make a successful beauty specialist.
Inside The Art & Science of Beauty Therapy you will find step-by-step photo sequences and helpful diagrams. There are checklists, key points and topic summaries. You will also find anatomy and physiology for easy understanding. In addition to all of that, there is also included maps learning objectives for core units at Level 2 VRQ.
For any English teacher, prospective or current, who is looking to make the most of their time teaching in China, there is no better tool than Panda Guides’ The English Teacher’s Guide to China. The Middle Kingdom is one of the most fascinating and exotic places any Westerner can travel to. And that means things like culture shock, food and water safety, air pollution and a language barrier are only a few of the things that English teachers struggle with while living and working in China.