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Author(s): Alan Neville, Janeen Outka
How do educators know when students have mastered important content? Effective educators know they must find the perfect balance of selecting priority standards and carefully identifying high-quality assessments that accurately gauge student progress, while also meeting the needs of diverse learners. Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) provide a formalized, but flexible process for educators to document student growth and mastery.
Author(s): Paul Luyster
This is the lab manual for Biology I, the first semester of a two-semester General Biology course for science majors.
There is so much more to biology than memorizing facts in a textbook. The fun part of biology is actually doing it! This laboratory course is designed to help you develop the hands-on skills of a biologist using the tools found in a typical, modern biology lab.
Author(s): Rhonda M Lane
Human Nutrition: Navigating Through the Maze was developed to help adult students learn about nutrition and to stimulate the student’s own critical thinking skills so that they can incorporate the basic nutritional concepts they learn into their daily lives to maintain a healthy body.
Author(s): Ted Kluck
Writing this textbook has given me the opportunity to highlight what I deem important, to teach you from my mistakes, and perhaps most importantly, to write joyfully about something that I care about. This has been fun for me, and I hope it’s fun for you.
Author(s): Thomas E Larson
History and Tradition of Jazz is not just a story of jazz music and musicians, but the struggle to achieve, create, and invent for the sake of this musical art form. The publication features stories and legends of important events and people who shaped jazz history, while addressing how the music has been an important lightning rod for race issues.
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Author(s): Andrew L. Shim
Exploring the Field of Kinesiology has the resources that students need to obtain and survive a promising career in the field of kinesiology. This textbook assists students in determining their goals, and in selecting the right specialization or field of study. Beginning with the identification of kinesiology, this text invites students to look at the different career opportunities that are within this field and aids in preparation for their early career.
Author(s): DAVID STRUTTON, KENNETH THOMPSON
In some way, we are all trying to sell ourselves for the better.
Marketing from Scratch: The Inside Skinny explains that everyone is a marketer and provides insight on how marketing is truly everywhere and shares how marketing is everything. It states how nothing happens until someone sells something.
Author(s): Crystallee Crain
This is not a traditional textbook. Dr. Crain takes readers through the historical and complex realities of the formation of the United States. With particular attention to the stories and contemporary experiences of indigenous people, people of color, women, and other groups fighting for the full spectrum of civil and human rights.
Author(s): Ganesh Vaidyanathan
Intended and designed to be used in senior undergraduate and graduate level classes as an introductory course in project management, Project Management: Process, Technology & Practice, includes process, knowledge areas, and A Guide to the Scrum Body of Knowledge (SBOKTM Guide) to provide a detailed view of Agile methods.
Project Management: Process, Technology & Practice by Ganesh Vaidyanathan: