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Author(s): Shoshanah Jacobs
Humans in the Natural World teaches science to non-science majors without reinforcing the stereotypes that follow many students around. It demonstrates the scientific method and that tendency towards biophilia (attraction to biological things) could be harnessed to develop an appreciation for biological systems and, maybe, even science.
Humans in the Natural World by Shoshanah Jacobs:
Author(s): Raywat Deonandan
Introduction to International Health Theory: An Interdisciplinary Perspective guides students to think about how we approach and deal with health and wealth disparities between populations in different parts of the world.
Specifically designed for undergraduate students, Introduction to International Health Theory not only features a focus on medicine or health, but includes development, history, and economics.
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): Jan Duquette, Theodore Sommer Mccartney, Duane O Cain
Assessing Your Fitness is for college undergraduates who, like the general public, are probably undergoing a barrage of media information related to fitness.
Author(s): Jan Duquette
South Orange County has an abundance of trails, unknown by many residents and visitors to this stunning California Coastal area. The remarkable areas vary from sandy beaches, inland canyons, and trails with panoramic views of the sometimes snow-capped Saddleback Mountains, all the way to the majestic Pacific Ocean.
Author(s): Robert Hess, Craig Newton, Phillip Mooney
Physical Development Workbook was written with the major objective of providing a clear and easy practical workbook on physical fitness. This workbook serves the reader with thorough coverage of tests and measurements with additional room for tracking both physical activities and nutrition.
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): 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.