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Author(s): Andrew L. Shim
Exploring the Field of Kinesiology has the resources that students need to obtain and survive a promising career in the field of kinesiology. This textbook assists students in determining their goals, and in selecting the right specialization or field of study. Beginning with the identification of kinesiology, this text invites students to look at the different career opportunities that are within this field and aids in preparation for their early career.
Author(s): Joni Marr Boyd, Shelley D Hamill
Personal + Community Health by Dr. Joni Boyd and Dr. Shelley Hamill is a complete guide to health for college students. It concentrates on all areas of wellness and focuses equally on physical, mental, emotional, and relational health. Personal + Community Health also includes numerous opportunities for self-assessment and details of how to build healthy habits and maintain them with intentionality. With examples tailored specifically to the college experience, students will discover helpful, applicable information again and again.
Author(s): Steven Witt
Our educational world is in a constant battle. Teachers race through the day in an attempt to race to the top. They struggle for quality time with their students and are constantly being second guessed by politicians and parents. School days are organized around assessments and punctuated by frequent interruptions.
Opportunities: Transforming Educational Research and Teaching Practices is a learning journey for all teachers and educational leaders who want to transform their practice.
Author(s): Peggy Hopper, Mary Ann Parker, Rosemary Oliphant-Ingham, Ellen Shelton
Written by three practitioners with a combined total of approximately a century of teaching experience at K-12 and university levels in both public and private institutions across the Southeastern United States, A New Look at English Education in the 21st Century offers pre-service and practicing teachers a look at current best practices and concerns related to teaching in secondary English classrooms. This text will examine issues common to all English/Language Arts teachers in an attempt to move the profession toward successfully meeting the challenges of teaching today’s students.
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): David C Nieman
Fitness & Your Health has been written to satisfy the general education requirement for physical education. In many colleges and universities students are given the option to take a class that focuses on fitness and health issues. Fitness & Your Health uses a physical fitness approach to educate the student on the most important health issues of our time.
Fitness & Your Health features:
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): 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.