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Author(s): Christopher Pieper
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What is sociology? Will I like it? Does it matter in the world? Can it help me?
Author(s): University of North Carolina Greensboro
Laboratory Manual for Human Physiology provides students with an opportunity to explore physiological processes in a completely hands on series of experiments that make extensive use of ADInstruments PowerLab data collection system. Students work with real biological preparations, including themselves, in both guided and inquiry-based experiments. All lab activities support and include questions that link back to concepts taught in lecture.
Author(s): Royce Kay Murcherson
The Guide to Persuasive Business Writing: A New Model that Gets Results will transform students into competent persuasive writers. It includes many examples of documents students will be likely to create at some time in their career. Remember, on the first day of the job, every day on the job, one will be creating their own narrative, writing their story, creating an image. And the quality of the story will depend on how you communicate it. Good persuasive writing will have much to do with this.
Author(s): Amy Maddox
Introduction to Statistical Methods, third edition, is a calculus based statistics hybrid book that provides an overview of descriptive and inferential methods including probability distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, ANOVA, nonparametric procedures, and regression. The book addresses how to analyze both continuous and categorical data with examples containing simulated data.
Author(s): Karen Holmes
Win, Lose, or Draw is a non-algebra based math course that fulfills a general education mathematics requirement. The class structure is discovery-based with students working in groups rather than lecture-dependent, appealing to students for whom math is not a strength.
Author(s): Scott Arnett, Michael Fitzpatrick, Nena Raschelle Theoharis, PENNY CRAIG
This textbook introduces preservice and inservice educators to the theories, philosophies, concepts, and ongoing needs of children and adults with exceptionalities. The first two Chapters address the foundation, litigation, and federal policies that helped shape what is now known as special education. Subsequent Chapters provide readers with a thorough analysis of the disability categories covered under IDEIA (2004) including definitions, characteristics, prevalence, and accommodations.