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Author(s): Andrea Beam, Russell L Claxton
It is important to identify what is and what is not acceptable in our 21st century schools.
Professionalism in Education enlightens pre-service and newer teachers to prepare for their first years of teaching and creates an atmosphere that engages and exudes that of favorable practice and behavior. This text enables all practitioners to consider suitable interaction with students, parents, supervisors, and colleagues.
Professionalism in Education:
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): Caren Jean Frost, Kathleen B Digre
In, 7 Domains of Women’s Health, editors Frost and Digre, have brought together a unique set of skillful, insightful, critically thinking clinicians, educators, and scientists to guide our exploration into the essential Domains of Health and the broad impact that they have for all people.
Author(s): Deborah I Craig
Welcome to the Introduction to Athletic Training and Emergency Care in Sports textbook! The focus of this text is to provide you, the reader, with two things: first, a broad understanding of the Athletic Training profession; and second, some basic skills that prepare you to enter an Athletic Training education program if you choose to pursue this wonderful profession. There are many facets to Athletic Training. Thus, this text combines the many facets in as concise of a text as possible.
Author(s): Monte L Thies
A Key to the Skulls of North American Mammals is a reference and tool for working in and teaching mammalogy. It provides an up-to-date comprehensive treatment of all mammal genera, both native and introduced, occurring in North America north of Mexico, inclusive of marine mammals found in coastal waters.
The updated 4th edition includes a general reorganization of orders to more accurately represent current associations among higher taxonomic groupings.
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.
Author(s): Janet Rouslin, Mary Anne Eaton, Barbara Robinson, Allison Acquisto
Food, Nutrition, and Culinary Arts is a unique blend of basic nutrition concepts with a focus on culinary arts. Starting with the first chapters on nutrition concepts, the use of food to meet nutrition standards is emphasized. Future chapters delve into the six essential nutrients, as well as health-related information that can help chefs learn to plan colorful and tasty meals around specific nutritional requirements. The Culinary Corner in each chapter reviews current trends and topics in the field of nutrition and culinary arts.
Author(s): Alison Donley
The focus of this text is primarily to help students learn more about themselves as they create a fitness and wellness routine through an introductory practice of one of the systems of Hatha yoga, the physical path to union of body, mind, and spirit.