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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:
Summer reading programs for first-year students should be focused on the needs of those students. This book moves away from the paradigm of using general audience novels for summer reading programs. It is a high-impact book written by experienced first-year educators for this specific student audience.
Author(s): Nora Ambrosio
Learning about Dance: Dance as an Art Form and Entertainment introduces students to the exciting, daring, ever-changing, and dynamic world of dance.
Author(s): Denise Denton
The goal of Drugs, a Healthy Understanding is to transmit to students a healthier understanding of drug use and abuse and to give them a definite knowledge of the consequences of drug abuse. To achieve this goal and encourage student education, I have compiled the data and information in an
easy-to-understand and user-friendly manner.
Author(s): Jacqueline P Lathrop
Ancient Mexico: Cultural Traditions in the Land of the Feathered Serpent is written for those who are interested in major cultural developments in Mexico and parts of Central America, from earliest times to the Conquest of Mexico in the 16th century.
Ancient Mexico: Cultural Traditions in the Land of the Feathered Serpent:
Author(s): Leonard Kravitz
Anybody’s Guide to Total Fitness, eleventh edition, by Len Kravitz combines the most up-to-date scientific and practical information for establishing an optimal health, fitness and wellness lifestyle. The text offers instruction on how to customize exercise programs for high intensity interval training, indoor cycling, aerobic kickboxing, circuit training, biomotor functional exercise conditioning, boot camp training, barefoot running and aquatic workouts.
College reading and writing is challenging. Students must take in a tremendous amount of information, make sense of it, and see how it fits into their understanding of the world.
Moreover, modern students get their information from a wide variety of sources (Internet, print, media), so now perhaps more than ever they need the ability to read and think critically so that they can evaluate quality and reliability.
Developing IEPs: The Complete Guide to Educationally Meaningful Individualized Educational Programs for Students with Disabilities focuses on the IEP process from both procedural and substantive perspectives as it relates to students from 3 through 21 years of age (information is congruent with the 2017 U. S. Supreme Court decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District). The text stresses the interrelated aspects of IEPs, continuing to mention and discuss its various components as the text progresses.