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Sports stadiums are becoming bigger, louder, and more exciting. With so many people in one area, it takes quite a bit of planning and work to pull off an event successfully. This is where facility and event management comes in.
Perfect for both undergraduate and graduate level courses, Facility and Event Management covers everything from the history of sport facilities, to the construction of new stadiums, to customer service, and booking events.
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.
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.
Author(s): Nora Ambrosio
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Learning about Dance: Dance as an Art Form and Entertainment introduces students to the exciting, daring, ever-changing, and dynamic world of dance.
Give your students a real look at the teaching profession!
Learning to Teach covers the many facets of teaching by offering a descriptive glimse of this career, both in and out of the classroom. This text is intended for one-semester courses that are exploring teaching as a career, or as part of introductory coursework in a teacher preparation program.
Six easy-to-read sections introduce concepts including:
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Planning a classroom is an overwhelming task for a teacher. Managing the Classroom guides teachers through the full school year's tasks and responsibilities. This book provides research-based best practices with useful information, resources and great tips for successful teaching.The topics included in this book parallel the responsibilities of teachers as they progress through the year.
Author(s): Kenneth T Henson
Only when several strategies are carefully and systematically integrated will substantial learning become possible. Methods for Teaching in Diverse Middle and Secondary Classrooms is designed to prepare teachers to become proactive and teach their students how to learn by connecting new information with their prior knowledge.