Is This Book for You? You will learn to know and trust your own inner wisdom-your 'guide inside'--as you read the stories and have fun with the engaging activities in this book. You can gain an understanding from reading this book independently or expand your thinking by reading this book in a group or class. The knowledge presented in this book has been successfully shared with teens in various communities for many years. Filled with practical insight, it will help you discover who and what you really are, and empower you to reach new heights and new levels of success. Use for school. Use for home. Use for hope. Enjoy! Wise words from a learner, "We create our own joys and successes, and we have the power to live the kind of life we want." This Learner Book has an accompanying My Guide Inside Book III Teacher's Manual under separate title. Series includes: Whooo ... Has a Guide Inside? Pre-K picture book; My Guide Inside: Book I Introduction, Primary; Book II Continuation, Intermediate; Book III Advanced, Secondary. See myguideinside.com for information on e-books, teacher's manuals, online resources, video on demand for each chapter, translations and more. www.myguideinside.com
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About the Author
Christa Campsall is a pioneer in bringing Three Principles to K-12 education. Since 1975, this has been the foundation of her work as classroom teacher, special education teacher and teacher-leader. Christa received certification from Sydney Banks to teach the Three Principles. Christa has a BEd and a DiplSpEd from University of British Columbia and a MA from Royal Roads University. She and her husband live on Salt Spring Island.
Kathy Marshall Emerson, National Resilience Resource Center director, facilitates principles training and systems change in schools. Her "Educators Living in the Joy of Gratitude" webinars document the impact of educators sharing the principles for as much as 40 years in classrooms, school systems and student services. She has a MA from the University of Southern California and is adjunct faculty at the University of Minnesota.