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Author(s): Rebecca A. LaRue
Introductory General, Organic, and Biochemistry Experiments for Allied Health:
Author(s): Scott Stempson
Sporting events have become such a huge part of our culture that we can all remember certain athletic events in our own personal history that we were either involved in as a participant or watching as a fan.
American Sports History explores the big three team sports (baseball, basketball, and football) that have most affected American culture and vice-versa over the years.
Scott Stempson’s American Sports History:
Author(s): Dr. Terry Brown
Lifetime Fitness – God Has Plans for You covers aspects of health related fitness as do many others. It, however, approaches the subject from a Christian worldview that gives credit to the creator, and suggests that one of the purposes of this amazing creation is service. We often do not know what the future opportunities for helping others will be, and that requires us to take optimal care of ourselves physically, mentally, and spiritually. This book focuses on physically, but does not ignore our mental and spiritual development.
Author(s): Allison Metz, Hsiao-Ping Chen, Beth Ellen Gibbs
Introduction to Integrating Music, Art, and Theatre in Elementary Education is designed to serve as an introduction to the ways music, art, and theatre can be integrated into the elementary school curriculum. Sections on each of the three disciplines will include information specific to the arts subject areas (for arts education purposes) as well as pedagogical techniques for use in the classroom (for arts integration).
Author(s): Jeanette Wachtman
The workbook, Art for the Elementary Educator, is an excellent resource for education and art majors at the college level, current art and classroom teachers, and home-schooled students. It encompasses art education concepts and ideas with strategies for writing integrated lessons for grades kindergarten through fifth grade.
Author(s): Thomas P Rogan
We live in a society with many challenges and problems inherent to the lack of personal fitness, physical activity, and attention to our physical well-being.
Today’s physical education college majors of today must be educated as professionals for all students K-12 in their physical education classes, and must also be educated for the prospective majors in fitness, recreation, athletic training, coaching, personal training, sports management and marketing, corporate fitness, adult education, and many other tangent fields.
Author(s): Jeff Bolles
Fitness Walking is more than just a textbook dedicated to the world’s most popular fitness activity. Fitness Walking is a comprehensive guide to both understanding and mastering walking for fitness. With chapters dedicated to the basics on proper warm-up and cool down, nutrition, the biomechanics of walking, strength training for walkers, and training for walking performance, Fitness Walking can help walkers of all fitness levels improve their walking performance as well as enjoy their walking time even more than they already do.
Author(s): Denise Denton
The goal of Drugs, a Healthy Understanding is to transmit to students a healthier understanding of drug use and abuse and to give them a definite knowledge of the consequences of drug abuse. To achieve this goal and encourage student education, I have compiled the data and information in an
easy-to-understand and user-friendly manner.
Author(s): Sally Ingles
Developing Dispositions is a straightforward, simplistic introduction to the field of education. The chapters align to the dimensions of human interaction, oral communication, critical thinking, professionalism, and leadership skills and dispositions. Ready-to-use activities, assessments, rubrics, and forms are provided that will serve to develop critical skills and dispositions in preservice teachers.
Developing Dispositions can benefit many: