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Author(s): University of Colorado - Boulder
This reader was designed and compiled for EDUC 3013, School and Society, in the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The readings included in this volume have been chosen from a variety of sources to present multiple perspectives. Some of them are classics in the literature, and others are more recent publications.
Author(s): Tracey Hunter-Doniger
Designed for non-art pre-service educators and in-service teachers, Experiencing the Arts: Creative Arts in Education not only provides a base knowledge of the arts in education, but includes examples of best practices, research, experiences, and pedagogical theories of art infusion and how it has been successful in many schools across the United States. Beyond the foundational knowledge and understanding this book provides for the readers, it gives examples of pragmatic application through lesson plans and why art infusion works.
Author(s): PAULETTE HARRIS, BEVERLY MCGEE, LINDA SMITH, SARAH WONG
Follow Sister Science and her friends and family through Puppetry Path 2 Science and Math as they discover science and math concepts all around them. Unlock the mystery of science and math concepts using skits, songs, games, and other activities, and join Sister Science on an adventure to discover how science and math are used in daily life.
The Puppetry Path 2 Science and Math is a hands-on program designed to have a multi-sensory focus and to address all the learning styles of the students.
Author(s): Janice L. Nath, Irene Chen
Technology in the Classroom: For Now and the Future is written to strength instructional technology, content areas, and other areas of teaching and learning coupled with technology. This text is divided into three parts: The first section is, Educational Technology Supporting Content Areas, section two, Using Educational Technology for Best Practices in Schools and for Teacher Education, and last is, Technology Supporting Educational Phycology and Culturally Responsive Teaching.
Author(s): Craig Rand
Stress Management: A Guide to a Healthier Life looks at stress which has been linked to between 60-75% of illness and disease in this country. The focus is two fold—to examine stress using the components of wellness and trying to have the reader try new techniques through an experiential and interactive journey.This text touches on the physiological aspect of stress, but the main goal is to increase one’s wellness.
Author(s): Robert Wildman, SHAWN ARENT, BILLCAMPBELLPHD LLC , Barry S Miller, Colin Wilborn
Building upon the successful first edition, the NEW second edition of Sports and Fitness Nutrition provides students and practitioners the theoretical and practical understanding of how nutrients affect health and athletic performance.
Author(s): Gayle Wells
You only have one body, and how well you take care of it will determine how you feel later in life. Health and wellness are important for everyone—not just as a way to prevent disease, but also as a way to live better by making healthier choices.
This manual will work in tandem to your health and wellness course. This guide contains presentations, readings, activities, and discussions related to key elements of health and wellness such as:
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.