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Author(s): Bunnie Loree Claxton, Kurt Y. Michael, Michelle Barthlow
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A Step-By-Step Guide to Conducting Quantitative Applied Research in Education features a thorough explanation of frequently used quantitative designs and statistics in social science research. The guide assists in selecting the appropriate design and statistic and provides model write-ups of rationales for each design and statistic. Additional models are provided for writing up results of statistical analyses.
Author(s): Bunnie Loree Claxton, Megan Sherman
A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing an IEP was written to clearly explain the IEP process and to complete an IEP. Topics include lawful requirements, present level of academic achievement and functional performance, measurable annual goals, accommodations, modifications, assessments, services, least restrictive environment, transition plans, a functional behavior assessment, and a behavior intervention plan. The readers is guided, step-by-step, through writing an IEP.
Author(s): Bunnie Loree Claxton
Written from the perspective of an educator with over 25 years of experience working with students receiving various levels of special education services, Planning, Writing, and Implementing an IEP: A Christian Approach goes far beyond completing paperwork and conducting meetings, and addresses the comprehensive nature of the IEP process.
Author(s): Christine Goldthwaite, Ralph A. Gigliotti, Sara Spear
Leadership in Digital Contexts features research-informed ideas, strategies, and guiding reflection questions that will encourage readers to explore the dynamics of leadership in an increasingly globalized and mediated world.
Four central ideas provide a foundation for this text:
Author(s): Karen Goldman
Theories of Teaching, Learning, and the Brain serves as an overview into American education, our culture and the worldviews that influence it. Educational theories and the philosophers and psychologists who developed them are reviewed. Current theories and trends are discussed. Major concepts of learning are then applied to brain research. A recurring focus in this book is the question, how will this knowledge influence the way teachers should teach. Relevant motivational and development theories are included
Author(s): John Knox
Sociology Is Rude!: A Conversation on Sociological Theory and Thought helps readers learn more about the foundational theories that sociology rests upon (functionalism, conflict theory, symbolic interaction); to make sense of the tools of careful sociological research; to perceive the dramatic roles of groups and organizations in society; to comprehend the social forces connected to one’s family, race, ethnicity, gender, and religion; to fathom the depths and significance of life stages and the aging process; and to work out the role, power, and influence of social