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Author(s): Shree R. Nair
Electricity and Magnetism: College Algebra Physics delves into the three subcategories of electricity and magnetism: electrostatics, electrodynamics, and magnetism. This publication goes into a deeper study of these fields, connecting focuses and topic matter relating to the reading.
Author(s): Susan D Marshall, Paul J Mcvety, Bradley J Ware
Success in today's food and beverage organizations requires a solid knowledge of industry trends, the ability to prepare cost-effective menus that appeal to guests' needs and wants, and the skills to develop and implement a concrete strategic fiscal plan to control costs and to manage sales. The Menu & The Cycle of Cost Control provides the reader with the knowledge necessary to accomplish these tasks and to become effective, contributing members of a management team.
Author(s): Elizabeth Catanese, Kate Sanchez
At no time in the last 75 years have college students faced greater challenges as they struggle to prepare themselves for the future — pandemic-induced social isolation, drastically limited economic prospects with the likelihood of long-term scarring effects, and a dangerously divided nation rife with systemic racism.
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): Suzanne Shaw
Event Planning & Management At Colleges & Universities: An Emerging Hospitality Profession, the first book of its kind, focuses on the event planning at a college or university and provides broad insights on what this line of work can offer both personally and professionally. This digital text also introduces students to the professional opportunities in the meeting, incentive, conference, and exposition industry (M.I.C.E.).
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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.
Author(s): Taneka Douglas
Chapter 1. Welcome to the Science of Health
Author(s): Mark Springer
Responsible Citizenship: Restoring Civic Community Action addresses the issues surrounding civic education and political involvement in the United States. The text provides a guide for looking at how we can learn political knowledge, increase political tolerance, and work on political participation.
Responsible Citizenship: Restoring Civic Community Action:
Author(s): The POGIL Project , Tricia D. Shepherd, Sean Garrett-Roe, Alexander Grushow, Rick Moog
Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics & Kinetics: A Guided Inquiry was developed to facilitate more student-centered classroom instruction of physical chemistry using Process Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL). These activities guide students through a wide variety of topics found in a typical undergraduate treatment of Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, and Kinetics.
Author(s): Bunnie Loree Claxton, Kurt Y. Michael
A Step-By-Step Guide to Conducting Applied Research in Education was written to guide candidates through the doctoral process as they strive to solve a specific problem or improve a practice in a real educational setting. Applied research incorporates a multimethod design that includes both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis strategies. This step-by-step approach to doctoral research is what makes this book unique.