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Author(s): Lena Shaqareq, Tia Kimball
Rooted in TESOL: Language, Culture, and Theories is a roadmap for general K-12 educators who have “nonmainstream” students. Teachers will learn the very least they need to know to teach students from other cultures and will learn to understand what they can expect from non-native English learners. By increasing critical knowledge of their own American cultural values, the reader will better understand the different cultural values of their students, especially as they relate to schooling and the classroom.
Author(s): Rose M. Borunda, Melissa Moreno
At the heart of Speaking from the Heart: Herstories of Chicana, Latina, and Amerindian Women are cultural narratives, trajectories toward decolonization offered by Chicana, Latina, and Amerindian women.
Author(s): Maria Napoli, DAVID ROBERT SHETZEN
Beyond Stress: Strategies for Optimal Living is a comprehensive journey guiding the reader toward moving from stress to establishing homeostasis and balance. Each reader creates an individual footprint as one develops strategic changes and ways to design a lifestyle based on the reader's individual life experiences, reflecting on the past, embracing the present and using the tools learned from Beyond Stress to shape the future.
Chapters to look forward to on your journey:
Author(s): William R Lamb
At a very young age many of us developed a love affair with our bikes. After all, it wasn't just a bike-it was our best friend, our means of escape, our opportunity to fly like a bird, only closer to the ground.
Being reintroduced to bicycling can be a blessing in so many ways. Reaching a destination may take a bit longer than a car but one thing is for sure, the journey will be much more enjoyable!
Cycling 101 provides those interested in taking up cycling with all the general information needed to make cycling a part of their life.
Author(s): UNC WILMINGTON
Why are you here, at this institution, in this class? As educators and students we are quick to think about the ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of the college experience. What is general education? How can I get these requirements completed? What do I do with myself in this new environment? While all important, the answers to these questions come with time and relative ease given the abundance of student resources and services.
Author(s): Victor O Okafor
New Sixth Edition Now Available!
Since 1968 when the first Black Studies department was established at San Francisco State University, more than three hundred other departments, programs and centers have surfaced on various campuses of the nation, including Ph.D. programs.
Author(s): James Brent
Arkansas was once known as the Wonder State. It remains beguiling, in its beautiful and mystical scenery and in the diversity of its people; it is inspiring, in how those people have come back so often from the most heart-wrenching circumstances, and how so many of them have drawn strength from the place where they live; it is disturbing, in how so often prejudice and fear have steered it away from paths of progress when those paths were so clearly marked. But it still is a place to wonder at.
Author(s): Paula Hunter Schenck, Daryl Worley
An essential guide that explores the building blocks for creating a productive and creative learning environment. Incorporating the arts into everyday classroom lessons increases the ability of a student to not only connect but master the content of the lesson. Student expression through the arts is as vibrant as the panes of glass in a stained-glass window. A teacher who embraces the arts in the everyday classroom encourages the students to reach their full potential and to develop their distinct purpose in life.