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Summer reading programs for first-year students should be focused on the needs of those students. This book moves away from the paradigm of using general audience novels for summer reading programs. It is a high-impact book written by experienced first-year educators for this specific student audience.
Many Human Development and Family Studies/Science students struggle to identify who they are and how best to use their knowledge and skills.
Navigating Career Roadmaps: Developing Your Professional GPS through Internships provides students with detailed step-by-step instructions and tips for using internship opportunities to reach their final desired destination – a fulfilling career.
Author(s): Gina Burkart
Written for traditional students as well as adult learners returning to college, 16 Weeks to College Success addresses the mix of emotions that students face in their first year of college and prepares them for a successful academic tenure. Broken down into easily digestible modules (weeks), the publication is chock full of activities to get the reader involved in the learning process while supplying valuable references throughout to promote further research.
Author(s): TC Stuwe
Become the Higher Learner: Your Guide to Success at Salt Lake Community College was written for college success, or first year experience (FYE), courses with college-level learning outcome objectives. This text was conceived and developed by a practicing educator credentialed in higher education and with decades of experience both teaching and writing for publication.
American Males: Matriculating Through Higher Education and Society helps
readers understand the historical evolution of the relationship between Black
Males, Black Females, and the Black Community. Most of all, it helps understand
how these relationships have affected raising academically successful African
American Males in our society. This text discusses the value and purpose of
education for African American males and managing life plans through a holistic
Author(s): Liberty University
Breaking Ground: Keys for Successful Online Learning uses the analogy that your academic career is like a construction project and also your spiritual development. If you want to be successful in anything in life, you must begin with a purpose, building upon a firm foundation.
Each chapter contains four essential elements: