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Author(s): Susan Huggins, Peter Smith
Do you need help navigating the higher education maze? Do you want to return to school but feel overwhelmed and have no idea where to begin?
Whether this is your first time or are returning to college to complete an unfinished degree, the process can be confusing. How do you select a degree program? How do you select a school? What about the cost? And most of all, how can you get college credit from your many years of experience and work?
Author(s): Sheila Parker
The Practice and Process of Health Education in Health Promotion is written for the students of health promotion who are planning to assist individuals, families and communities in improving their health outcomes through health behavior change. The student is introduced to the challenging field of health education and its contributions to health care and health promotion. The health education profession is introduced and highlighted as a key profession in public health and health promotion.
Author(s): James M. Lipuma
Fundamentals of Undergraduate Education & Learning presents a wide range of skills that have been identified as fundamental to learning and which are intended to prepare students to succeed in college as well as be prepared for jobs and a career after graduation.
Author(s): Tyler N. Tapps, Pedro Velasco
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Author(s): Anna Hyun-Joo Do
Building Bridges: A Thematic Approach to College Reading & Writing provides a complete process of research-based instruction that fully integrates reading and writing. This volume follows the prereading, during-reading, and postreading strategies that many scholars and practitioners have advocated and proven to be an effective reading/teaching tool. This book also offers comprehensive exercises for vocabulary words, which is essential for improving reading comprehension.
Author(s): Ellen Glickman
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Author(s): Debra Coffey, Elaine Roberts
Keys to Literacy Instruction for the NET Generation: Grades 4 to 12 opens links to assessment and engaging cognitive strategy instruction with cutting-edge Net Resources. Educational administrators, upper grades, and secondary teachers learn how to critically integrate and differentiate reading and writing instruction across the content areas through student choice and motivating opportunities on the Internet.
Keys to Literacy Instruction for the NET Generation: Grades 4 to 12 provides teachers with: