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Interpersonal Communication: Building Rewarding Relationships

Author(s): Melissa B Wanzer, Kristen C Eichhorn, Candice Thomas-Maddox

Interpersonal Communication: Building Rewarding Relationships reflects the countless societal, cultural, and technological changes that have influenced the ways in which we experience, discuss, and research relationships in a variety of contexts. Interpersonal Communication: Building Rewarding Re...

African-American Art Supplement

Author(s): Clarence Talley, Tracey Moore, Ann Johnson

In this Supplement to accompany African-American Art, each chapter contains an overview, objectives, chapter outline, vocabulary terms, list of artists, slides, study questions, matching questions, true/false questions, projects, discussion questions, and artist spotlights, all of which are intended...

Managing the Classroom: Creating a Culture for Middle and Secondary Teaching and Learning

Author(s): Billie J Enz, Connie J Honaker, Sharon A Kortman

View the Reading Resources Catalog 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 s...

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Author(s): John Humphrey

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Author(s): Amanda A Knight

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Engaging the Sociological Imagination: An Invitation for the Twenty-First Century

Author(s): John Curra, Paul Paolucci

When Albert Einstein said that "imagination is more important than knowledge," he proposed that humans are capable of knowing more and more while understanding less and less. This is certainly true for our times, where information comes quicker than ever before. Today, sociologists task themselves w...

Developing Problem-Based Curriculum: Unlocking Student Success Utilizing Critical Thinking and Inquiry

Author(s): William H. Robertson

The purpose of this book is to demonstrate the integration of a strategy for integrating the use of open-ended scenario based curriculum that focuses on problems with a multidisciplinary curriculum model. Developing a problem-based curriculum in this way requires the developer to identify a current ...