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Health and Fitness: A Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle provides a comprehensive look at health education for undergraduate students. This introductory text provides frank discussions of critical issues and helps you create a solid foundation for your students to make healthy behavioral choices.
Health and Fitness incorporates a variety of in-class and notebook activities into the text. Illustrations and photos add to the learning experience.
Introduction to Mexican American Studies: Story of Aztlan and La Raza provides the most basic and essential information that students need to acquire in an introductory course to the academic field. This text, written from a Chicano-Chicana perspective and analysis, is an introduction to the Mexican cultural roots from the pre-Columbian civilizations to the story of Mexican Americans in Aztlán.
Introduction to Mexican American Studies:
In writing It’s All About Choices, Marlene Blumin’s goals were simple:
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): Sara Centeno
Success: The Ultimate Guide to College, Career, and Personal Excellence sparks the reader's intrinsic motivation to unleash their full potential by implementing research based strategies in metacognition, effective communication, goal setting, time management, growth mindset, wellness, stress reduction, and emotional intelligence.
Success: The Ultimate Guide to College, Career, and Personal Excellence:
Author(s): Rose M. Borunda
Explore the efforts of humanists committed to improving the lives of those less privileged in the United States.
In contrast with the capitalistically driven historical figures who have been given the lion’s share of attention in the rendering of United States history, What is the Color of Your Heart? A Humanist Approach to Diversity provides a fresh cast of historical and modern day figures whose values were rooted in humanist ideals that flourished into social justice activism.
Write It introduces students to a form of academic writing that they will encounter in many of their college classes across several disciplines. Each section of the book presents and gives practice with a range of writing strategies that guide students through the writing process. These strategies will guide students to obtain the confidence and understanding they need to write effective academic essays.
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): James Klemaszewski
This book can be used outside of the classroom, or as an in-class textbook. As a textbook, it can stand alone (e.g., for a first-year experience course) or be used as a supplemental text for any course. The book is developed on the successes and experiences of the author and the people (students and professionals) who have contributed ideas and quotes.