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Author(s): Christopher O'Brien, John Beattie, Donna Sacco
Teaching Students with Special Needs: A Guide for Future Educators is written for a specific audience and may appear a bit different than some other popular and excellent textbooks on special education. It has tailored design, content, and writing style for an audience of aspiring educators who need a text to give them a solid foundation rather than an exhaustive summary.
Author(s): Jerry Johns, Paula Di Domenico, Rachel Lesinski-Roscoe
Content Area Literacy: Toolkit of Disciplinary Strategies for Middle and High School considers various professionals who may find its content useful:
Author(s): Penny Waddell
New Third Edition Now Available!
There’s a lot of fish in the sea, but it is the shark that sets his eye on a target and goes for the goal!
Author(s): Michael Slattery, KRISTI ARGENBRIGHT
Exercises in Environmental Science contains 11 laboratory and field exercises that include both hands-on and data analysis labs to help students develop a range of skills in the environmental sciences. The manual is designed for use in an introductory course in environmental science and covers material that is digestible by both the non-science and beginning science student.
Author(s): PAMELA JEAN BALLARD SAWYER, ROSEMARY KARR, ELAINE ANN ZWEIG
The more proficient students are in critical thinking in college, the better they may be at decision-making and throughout life.
Author(s): Anita Pankake, Jesus Abrego Jr., Michelle Abrego
The Fifth Edition of The Administration & Supervision of Special Programs in Education (2022) is designed to provide both practicing and aspiring school leaders an overview of many of the programs and services operating in most schools today. The book is organized so that readers can immediately apply the content to real-life scenarios encountered in schools as well as examine the topic in-depth through current research and challenges such as the COVID-19 Pandemic. The book is a must read to support the complex work of school leaders.
Author(s): Jack A Chambless
Some people would rather perform root canal surgery on a rabid wolverine than sit through a discussion of Federal Reserve policies.
Author(s): Jennifer Chambers, Anna Lori Hollen
Becoming a Culturally Competent Educator provides educators with a step-by-step guide to cultural competency in education. What does that look like? Being able to understand, communicate, and interact with people from various cultures. It covers Cultural Identities, Avoiding/Overcoming Bias, Inclusive Language, Intercultural Communication, Culturally Inclusive and Responsive Instructional Strategies, and much more!
Author(s): Dr. Tuesday S. Hambric
Unlock Your Mind to Academic and Life Success is a college success guide developed to address the unique needs of the 21st Century “Instant Students,” who are consistently stimulated by technology and social media and have access to information at their fingertips via Apps, Cellphones, Tablets, and Laptops. As a result, subconsciously, students have developed a desire to learn through pictures, catchy phrases, and relevant, themed learning broken up by meaningful engagement.
Author(s): Joyce Burstein, Gregory D Knotts
Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary Classroom is a new text that defines the core philosophy of viewing social studies from the cultural anthropological perspective. This perspective allows children to bring their own prior knowledge and experiences from their home culture to the social studies curriculum. This curriculum is a logical place to allow students the freedom to demonstrate learning through the arts. It is also a place where people show their cultural identities in celebration of traditions, ideals, rituals, and creative products.