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Author(s): Laura Bates
This is a book for future elementary school teachers or anyone working with juveniles. It covers all the main genres of literature (picture books, fairy tales, theater, fiction) and all grade levels (k-9). It is based on the author’s 20 years’ experience as professor, having taught over 2,000 future school teachers. It is also combined with author’s 20+ years’ experience working with incarcerated juveniles, teaching teachers how to recognize children “at risk” and re-direct their criminal track.
Author(s): Caren Jean Frost, Kathleen B Digre
In, 7 Domains of Women’s Health, editors Frost and Digre, have brought together a unique set of skillful, insightful, critically thinking clinicians, educators, and scientists to guide our exploration into the essential Domains of Health and the broad impact that they have for all people.
Author(s): Arthur Townley, June Schmieder
School Law: A California Perspective emphasizes those critical law issues confronting California educators. It is an excellent reference not only for students who are completing an administrative credential or graduate degree in educational administration, but also those teachers and administrators who are currently serving in a school leadership role.
Drawing on our collective experience of more than 70 years as teachers and administrators in California public education, School Law: A California Perspective:
Author(s): Hillary Hyman
Looking for an academically oriented oral presentation textbook for Intermediate or Advanced ESL/EFL students?
Academically Speaking: An Activity Book for ESL/EFL Students has been created for you. Based on longstanding pedagogical and psycholinguistic principles, it has been authored by a seasoned ESL professional with extensive domestic and international teaching experience.
Author(s): Kim Beckwith
Author(s): Rebecca A. LaRue
Introductory General, Organic, and Biochemistry Experiments for Allied Health:
Author(s): Constance Farley, Robert F Ciapetta
Foundations of College Reading, third edition, a workbook for the high-beginner/low-intermediate English as a Second Language learner, employs a holistic approach to teaching the following skills: vocabulary acquisition, topics and main ideas, supporting details, signal words and patterns of organization, and inferences. Accordingly, it incorporates high interest essays on American history, culture, innovation, influence and resilience to enhance student mastery of these skills and to increase student understanding of American society.