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Sam Parker & Mac Anderson. ˚ the extra degree At degrees, it boils. At degrees, water is That's the purpose of this book – to help you internally. And it's that ONE extra degree that makes all the difference! • What is the importance of that extra degree—from ° to °? • Discuss the outcomes of the 10) ° Reflections. • Discuss the following reflections at the end of the book. What kind of difference will one more degree make?.

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Editorial Reviews. Review. I've always been a firm believer in the expression - Attitude is a little From the Publisher. the extra degree, sam parker, book, softcover book. At NASCAR's Daytona from (10 years), the winner took the checkered flag by an average margin of seconds less than two-tenths of a. [PDF] Download the Extra Degree: Extraordinary Results Begin with One Small Change By - Sam Parker *Full Pages*.

By Brent Vasicek Grades 3—5, 6—8, 9—12 There is nothing like a good metaphor to inspire people to learn and live to a higher standard. What is , and do you have what it takes to be ? Several years ago I had a very sweet student named Heather. We had a great connection, and one day she invited me over for a dinner at her house. After dinner her mom, Karen, presented me with a very thoughtful gift. Little did I know the impact this gift would have on me, my friends, my students, or my district. Karen said that when she saw the book she immediately thought of my teaching style, and she knew I would enjoy reading it. She could not have been more correct. So what is ? This three minute video does a wonderful summary of the philosophy. In words, it is this: At degrees, or even degrees, water is hot. But at , water turns to steam, and steam can power a locomotive. If you go that one extra degree, you can create change. That one degree can make a difference! How do I use this in a classroom?

She could not have been more correct.

So what is ? This three minute video does a wonderful summary of the philosophy.

212 the Extra Degree

In words, it is this: At degrees, or even degrees, water is hot. But at , water turns to steam, and steam can power a locomotive.

If you go that one extra degree, you can create change. That one degree can make a difference! How do I use this in a classroom? Writing Reflection: At the end of the week or on big projects, I have students reflect on whether they truly gave the task their best effort.

Behavior: When the class is going a little crazy, I ask them what degree they think they are living at. This can reset their focus as they all begin to respect the philosophy.

12.2: Temperature and Temperature Scales

Role Models: Throughout the year we nominate people to put on the poster. These may be celebrities, book characters, or historical figures.

When someone has a nomination, we must come up with several examples of what qualifies that person as degrees. We vote and decide whether the person is a worthy role model.

212 the Extra Degree

This keeps students on the lookout for behavior all year long. By the end of the year the poster is littered with names of role models on sticky notes. Last year we actually voted to take Tiger Woods off of the wall.

Great class discussions are often sparked by this key poster. Sep 24, Angie rated it really liked it Easy read. Great tips at the end of the book to help you do just a little more each day with your life. Very motivational about taking those extra steps.

Dec 10, Bess Georges rated it it was amazing Wonderful!!! Short, great examples.

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Dec 07, Danielle Stoll rated it it was amazing This book was given to me by my former supervisor at the university I attended and worked during my undergrad years, and though it is short, it makes great points and offers simple advice to better oneself in all aspects of life including professional, academic, and personal relations. I often reference this for my professional development: "Service is the lifeblood of any organization.

Everything flows from it and is nourished by it.

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Customer service is not a department Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.