Mountainview, CA : Harry K. Wong Publications, c2005
xiv, 338 p. : ill. ; 21 x 26 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.) ISBN/ISSN:
0962936065 (pbk.), 0962936073 (disc), Language:
Title of CD-ROM: Never cease to learn : an inspiring message to all educators from Harry K. Wong ; with a special introduction by Rosemary T. Wong
In the previous two editions, the CD-Rom was included as a share page
Enhanced CD: may be played on any CD player, on a personal computer, or on a projector connected to a computer
Direction requirements for CD: For a Windows computer: Insert CD in CD drive; wait 10-15 seconds for CD to autorun; when menu appears, select from listed options
Direction requirements for CD: For a Mac computer: Insert CD in CD drive; on the Desktop, two CD icons named "Audio CD" and "Never cease to learn" will appear; if audio content starts to play on its own, stop it; open icon "Never cease to learn"; open file "Intro OS 8-9" or "Intro OS X," depending on your system version; when menu appears, select from listed options
To present the video content using a computer-projector setup, you first need to access the video file directly. It is located under the CD's root directory. The file name is simply "Video". (Windows users: to access the root directory, go under My Computer, right-click the CD icon named "Never cease to learn", select "Open"). You may then use this file to produce a full-screen video presentation using a video projector
Basic understandings: the teacher -- First characteristic: positive expectations -- Second characteristic: classroom management -- Third characteristic: lesson mastery -- Future understandings: the professional
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