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Author(s): Peter Mathesius
Author(s): Mark Littleton
Legal Issues for Texas Teachers provides a general understanding of legal issues that face Texas teachers. This text focuses on areas of school law that are most relevant to the classroom teacher and will reveal that teachers have more legal freedom than is often portrayed by the media.
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Author(s): Michelle Cummings, Mike Anderson
A compass can be used in many ways, from telling which way is North to finding hidden treasure or following an unmarked path over wilderness terrain. In any conflict, you have to get your bearings on what happened in order to best determine how to resolve the issue. Conflict is inevitable, and despite how many of us feel about it, conflict is not always a bad thing.
Author(s): Tom Deering
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Author(s): Jonathan H. X. Lee
"Organized into 12 sections with a total of 34 chapters, an epilogue, and an annotated videography, the textbook focuses on various aspects of Cambodian American histories, cultures, experiences, and communities. Also, the textbook’s pedagogical features are further highlighted in the Study Guide that accompanies it. The Study Guide is a space for students to review key terms, to paraphrase and summarize each chapter’s main idea(s), and to grapple with ten critical thinking questions that assist with reading comprehension, enhance analytical skills, and stimulate evaluative readings of ea
Author(s): James Cain, Mike Anderson, Chris Cavert, Tom Heck
For centuries, puzzles have fascinated audiences all over the world. Here are a century's worth of puzzles, over one hundred in all, from four teambuilding experts with collectively more than one hundred years' worth of experience. Learn how to use puzzles and challenging activities for building creative problem solving skills, creating consensus within a group, exploring diversity, creating an inclusive atmosphere, dealing with change, working with group decision making, setting goals, communicating clearly, working with limited resources, and exploring leadership and teamwork.
Author(s): Isela Almaguer, Zulmaris Diaz, Leticia De Leon, Jennifer Joy Esquierdo, Jaime B. Curts
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The growing population and diversity of students in our schools is of great interest and concern to educators. The increase in the number of students who speak a language other than English has been dramatic and is expected to continue growing.
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.