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Author(s): Bunnie Loree Claxton, Dawn Cobb-Fossnes
Your students are about to begin a fun adventure to learn critical-thinking skills, which will have a profound impact on their lives. Critical-thinking skills promote independent thinking, wise decision-making, problem-solving, and other life skills that will guide your students through real-life situations. The lessons in this book teach students critical thinking skills in an engaging, encouraging, and entertaining way. Enjoy the adventure with your students.
Each lesson is designed to teach critical-thinking skills using 5 Rs:
Author(s): Ronda Blevins
One phrase that possesses a unique ability to elicit multiple, strong, and varied emotions from all stakeholders in the world of education is Educational Technology. There are all sorts of theories, arguments both for and against, and mandates dealing with the use of technology in the classroom. Educational Technology: Big Pictures and Practical Applications for the Classroom is a first of its kind in that it is looking at the integration of technology into the classroom from the perspective of an educator. The goal of this book is to be more than just a textbo
Author(s): Stephen F Crouse, J. Richard Coast, Gary Oden
Clinical Exercise Physiology Laboratory Manual is designed to be a practical teaching guide for training students and professionals in the skills to be applied to exercise testing and prescription for health and physical fitness. This text emphasizes the value in learning the techniques in exercise physiology as opposed to just designing experiments in which techniques can be applied. This teaching methodology allows the student or professional to be better prepared to apply techniques to real-life situations.
Author(s): Emily Clapham, Eileen Sullivan
Learning About Games That Track Physical Activity is a user-friendly, practical book for Physical Educators, Professors in higher education teacher preparation, Elementary Education classroom teachers, and after-school leaders provides easy to use activities for children from grades kindergarten through grade six.
Author(s): Linda Story
The goal of this text is to assist prospective teachers in becoming effective language arts teachers. In order for teacher candidates to become effective teachers of language arts, this text will assist teacher candidates in meeting the following objectives:
Author(s): Christine J. Briggs
Educators face many challenges each day in their classrooms, and it is clear they want to address these challenges to improve the learning environment for themselves and their students. But what can be done to guide this improvement process and become Agents of Change? Teacher inquiry is the key. It is through the inquiry process in-service and pre-service teachers can become active participants in improving what happens in their classroom.