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Author(s): Scott Arnett, Susie Lubbers, Susan Burns
The most important challenge facing teachers exists in the human exchange and relationship-building with those he/she works under and works with. Human Relations for the Educator uses an applied approach to give pre-service teachers the essentials skills to promote productive interactions and build on existing relations.
Human Relations for the Educator allows educators to:
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): Larry Latterman
No matter where you are, drug use and abuse is in the headlines....
Today's tech savvy, media-oriented college students are well aware of the many issues relating to drug use and abuse.
Drugs, A Healthy Understanding presents to the reader a healthier understanding of drug use and abuse and to give him/her a definite knowledge of the consequences of drug abuse.
Author(s): Kristen Redding
The purpose of this text is to offer expert knowledge based on the latest research in exercise science and sports medicine with regards to physical fitness and wellness. We wish to provide the students with the tools for self-assessment and to give them guidelines for developing and maintaining fitness. In the wellness area, we are presenting current information on today’s important health issues and a means of achieving a healthy lifestyle. We have drawn on our combined expertise and experience in exercise physiology, athletic training, scientific research and teaching.