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Author(s): ANGELA FARMER
School Days 101 provides an engaging insight into the world of education from preschool preparedness through high school adolescence. It provides “boots on the ground” feedback to help teachers, administrators, and parents navigate the complex dynamic of education in the 21st century.
Time Management Survival Planning Guide for Schools and Colleges is a road map (or GPS) for students’ academic journey; therefore, it is designed to assist students to utilize their time wisely by helping them stay focused on classes, events, appointments, meetings, and career objectives. This planner will be used as a retention and an intervention tool for high school and college freshman students, especially in the freshman seminar classes.
Author(s): Thomas C Carroll
The humanist, in essence, is not just a literary critic nor a pure historian of ideas but a combination of, at least, both.
Author(s): Joni Marr Boyd
A Practical Approach to Strength Training is designed to educate students on the basics of strength and resistance training. The chapters are divided into short, easy-to-read content areas that cover everything from rules, guidelines, exercise techniques, and workout plans. In addition, the text provides a simple workout log for record keeping and progress comparisons. This text is simple, yet thorough and engaging!
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Author(s): Susie Rood
Here you are, getting ready to go to college. It has been an exciting time. You finished high school or military training and now, you have selected a school, you think you know where your life is going, and you cannot wait to get to campus.
Author(s): Victoria Rey
ACTOR: Key to Efficient Reading is designed to enable college students to become focused, engaged and productive readers before, during and after reading. This book is divided into twelve chapters that include the skills and strategies that can help students cope with the demands of reading college materials, completing reading assignments and taking reading tests.
Author(s): Sara Simmons
What would you say if you could write a letter to your younger, less experienced self? What hard-won wisdom would you like to impart to the person that you once were? Or, if you are looking to the future, what advice would you give to yourself, to remind you of the priorities to keep in mind?