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Author(s): Paula Hunter Schenck, Daryl Worley
An essential guide that explores the building blocks for creating a productive and creative learning environment. Incorporating the arts into everyday classroom lessons increases the ability of a student to not only connect but master the content of the lesson. Student expression through the arts is as vibrant as the panes of glass in a stained-glass window. A teacher who embraces the arts in the everyday classroom encourages the students to reach their full potential and to develop their distinct purpose in life.
Author(s): Christopher Pieper
New Edition Now Available!
What is sociology? Will I like it? Does it matter in the world? Can it help me?
Author(s): Timothy R Graeff
Marketing Research for Managerial Decision Making: Data Analytics Using Microsoft Excel examines the role of marketing research in helping marketing managers make marketing decisions.
Author(s): William Magrino
The NEW 5th edition of Scientific and Technical Writing: From Problem to Proposal is built around a single concept - that students learn professional writing through ownership of their ideas. This text equips students with the real-world skills that today’s employers seek.
Scientific and Technical Writing: From Problem to Proposal:
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): Jeffrey Len Schwartz, Stanley Yeldell
A comprehensive Criminal Justice Internship Manual. The manual is adaptable to any internship program, but focuses upon the criminal justice fields. The manual provides a step by step process for starting and maintaining a field experience with academic rigor. Included in the manual are essential forms; applications, releases, agreements and quantitative assessments for the interns, as well as, for the agencies involved.
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.
Author(s): Diane F. Witmer, Douglas J Swanson
Emerging communication technologies continue to affect the practice of public relations…..
Public Relations Management: A Team Based Approach by Diane F. Witmer features discussions of these new developments, including social media and the Internet. Unique to the market, Public Relations Management: A Team Based Approach addresses the team structure in which public relations is typically practiced.
Public Relations Management: A Team Based Approach:
Author(s): Maria Victoria Gomez-Stallons , Danielle M. Winget , Jennifer Mansfield, Karen Mathis
Biology I Laboratory is an introduction to applying the scientific method and using common laboratory procedures and equipment. This course is designed to develop a student's ability to think, work, and write like a scientist. Lab topics will include experimental design, enzyme kinetics, scientific writing, cell structure, and genetics.