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Author(s): Kathy Ginter
Welcome to Fitness for Life, the workbook for your class. This book is not designed as a textbook as it is not written in textbook language and does not go in-depth in areas of health. It is used as an informational workbook to compliment your lectures, and it is written in everyday language. The decisions you make about your life, about your behaviors, and about your health are your choices that you have to live with for the rest of your life. What you do today affects your future. Life is precious, treat it with kindness. Take care of you. Take care of your health.
Introduction to Sport Management: Theory and Practice bridges the theoretical-practical divide by providing students with practical perspectives on today’s sport management issues, based upon sound theoretical frameworks. Introduction to Sport Management introduces readers to the complex nature of today’s sport industry and offers advice from sport-industry insiders.
Introduction to Sport Management: Theory and Practice:
This book targets the primary goals of any student teaching program -- professionalism, interviewing, and getting hired. Getting Hired is designed to accompany a student teaching experience and provides step-by-step guidance through student teaching, interviewing, and into a job.
This book is set up in three phases:
This motivational text not only offers an unparalleled combination of theory and application, but it also shows your students that exceptional teachers are proactive teachers. In every chapter, students learn how to plan ahead and prepare for classroom decisions they will have to make.
Educational Psychology emphasizes proactive preparation for teaching, recommending teachers and other school professionals plan for academic presentation, student diversity and potentially difficult academic and social situations.
Health and Fitness: A Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle provides a comprehensive look at health education for undergraduate students. This introductory text provides frank discussions of critical issues and helps you create a solid foundation for your students to make healthy behavioral choices.
Health and Fitness incorporates a variety of in-class and notebook activities into the text. Illustrations and photos add to the learning experience.
Teaching Elementary Music creates cross-curricular transfers between music concepts and language arts, mathematics, social studies, physical education, and science. This text provides the elementary classroom teacher with a vast toolbox of contemporary approaches using clear, relevant, and practical strategies. Teaching Elementary Music may also serve as a supplemental resource for general music teachers, providing examples of how to best implement integration with integrity.
This fourth edition is based on the Professional Standards developed by the International Reading Assoc. (IRA). Educators will get over 100 content-relevant instructional strategies.
Author(s): Donald Bangs
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Provide your students with powerful tools to communicate effectively through a visual language.
Author(s): Educational Film Center
Exploring the World of Music by Dorothea E. Hast, James R. Cowdery, and Stan Scott gives back to music the instrumental, ethnic, historical, geographical, and social contexts that are too often lost in sound recordings alone. The world is full of many kinds of music, each embodying different cultural needs. Starting from the proposition that all musics are created equal, this twelve-part television series and college telecourse explores how people define, create, value, and use music in cultures around the world.