Search Results: 271 - 280 of 6520

Safety, Nutrition and Health in Early Education


Safety, Nutrition and Health in Early Education explores early childhood safety and nutrition in a variety of facets, including indoor and outdoor safety, emergency procedures, nutrition and food safety, as well as a chapter on holistic wellness in early childhood education. Topics such as diversity...

New Venture Launchpad

Author(s): Kevin Cox, Roland Kidwell

New Venture Launchpad provides the next generation of entrepreneurs a complete and contemporary guide to launching a new business venture. Built on a foundation of widely validated and empirically derived techniques and strategies, the workbook and associated program provide entrepreneurs with a pro...

The New Normal Marketing Principles: Building Your Marketing Foundation

Author(s): Donald B. Fisher

This publication is a foundational and comprehensive coverage of marketing perfect for intro classes. This turnkey online course incorporates familiar examples, video, case studies, and more to provide students with an engaging and interactive learning experience. , full_html

Foundations of Special Education: Understanding Students with Exceptionalities

Author(s): Scott Arnett, Michael Fitzpatrick, Nena Raschelle Theoharis, PENNY CRAIG

This textbook introduces preservice and inservice educators to the theories, philosophies, concepts, and ongoing needs of children and adults with exceptionalities. The first two Chapters address the foundation, litigation, and federal policies that helped shape what is now known as special educatio...

Rooted in TESOL: Language, Culture, and Theories

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. B...

Readings In US History: African-American Emphasis

Author(s): Keith Heningburg

Readings In US History: African-American Emphasis provides a deep dive into monumental points of U.S. history. The text specifically focuses on the African-American perspective, and readings are centered around the African-American experience. The readings cover important points in U.S. history, inc...

Think Better, Write Better

Author(s): Robin Jenkins

Thinking rationally and writing clearly are two sides of the same coin, Both have tremendous value as career and life skills, in that those who do them well are more likely to be successful. Unfortunately, surveys of employers show that most people, even college graduates, are not particularly profi...

The Art and Science of Teaching: An Introduction to American Education

Author(s): Timothy J Reagan, Terry A Osborn

The Art and Science of Teaching provides students with a broad introduction to teaching and education in contemporary U.S. society. The book includes chapters that address such issues as:The Purposes of Public SchoolingThe Legal and Organizational Foundations of Public SchoolingThe Epistemology of E...

Event Planning and Management at Colleges and University: An Emerging Hospitality Profession

Author(s): Suzanne Shaw

Event Planning & Management At Colleges & Universities: An Emerging Hospitality Profession, the first book of its kind, focuses on the event planning at a college or university and provides broad insights on what this line of work can offer both personally and professionally. This digital text also ...

Zagging: Building Advocacy Through Digital and Social Media

Author(s): Guy Danhoff, Lauren Krebs

Zagging: Building Advocacy Through Digital and Social Media serves as a resource manual guidebook for students, professionals, and organizational advocacy leaders looking to develop their ability to effectively manage various digital and social media communication tools during and beyond the COVID-1...