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Author(s): Mellinee Lesley, Sally Ann McMillan, Shirley Anne Webb
New Edition Now Available!
During a time when the number of digital devices on the globe can double in one year, connecting school learning with students’ identities, interests, and home literacies is more important than ever.
It is no secret to classroom teachers that today’s students need effective instruction that is also engaging.
Author(s): Kim Metcalf, Deborah Bainer Jenkins, Donald Cruickshank
106,000 Students Earn Their Education Bachelor’s Degree Each Year (National Center for Education Statistics)
Give Your Students an Advantage on the Competition!
Designed for the general methods course, The Act of Teaching provides comprehensive content coverage related to understanding oneself as a teacher. It provides an understanding of one's students and how they learn and understanding of what is known about the act of teaching.
The NEW sixth edition of The Act of Teaching:
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): 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): Kahlil Al-Tahrawi, Fadel Abdallah, Assad Busool
Due to economic, strategic, and historical factors, Arabic will always be a critical and important language for communication with, dealing with, and understanding the Arab World.
Windows on Arabic and Its Culture: For College Students and Adults is a complete learning package intended to immerse the reader into the enchanting world of Arabic. Designed to be used in a structured learning classroom with a trained native instructor, the material may also be used for self teaching.
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.