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Author(s): Yinong Chen
Introduction to Programming Languages: Programming in C, C++, Scheme, Prolog, C#, and Python takes a balanced approach to teaching programming paradigms, principles, and the language mechanisms while focusing on language constructs and programming skills. It is intended for a course where students have already completed a basic computer science course and have learned a high-level programming language like C, C++, or Java.
Introduction to Programming Languages:
Author(s): Amelia Cuomo, Pauline Gagnon, JOSEPH P. MONAGHAN
Theatre Arts: An Interdisciplinary Approach offers modules in four major categories: Ideas, Stories, Enactment and Realization. Within these categories, you will discover subtopics like creativity, actors and blocking. At first glance, there seems to be a wide variety of concepts listed under these categories. Some, like auditions and casting, are obviously part of creating theatre while others, such as gaming, might seem like distant relatives.
Author(s): Cindy Greenberg
Stories are used throughout the book as a focus, rather than a support, for principles of communication. For example, students will enjoy reading about the story of Super storm Sandy in NYC as they learn about the tenets and importance of critical listening for today’s world.
Author(s): Crystal Etzel
How does one become a competent public speaker?
Public Speaking teachers have been asking this question for a very long time. There are many answers to this question. The answer this book chooses is The Progymnasmata.
Author(s): Patricia Ferguson, Victoria Nanos
New Edition Now Available!
The world has become a global village connected by the speed of information processing via the Internet. Students need to look inward to identify themselves and their “bliss” while also being in tune with the interpersonal skills needed to succeed in an increasingly diverse world.
Author(s): Martin Remland, Kay Neal, Tim J Brown, ROGER DAVIS GATCHET
Argumentation and Debate: A Public Speaking Approach addresses the needs of students with no prior experience in formal debate, limited experience in public speaking, and little or no plans to compete in speech and debate tournaments. The publication takes content beyond the classroom by featuring a chapter dedicated to discussing argumentation and debate in different professional contexts.
NEW 3rd Edition of Argumentation and Debate: A Public Speaking Approach by Martin Remland, Timothy Brown, and Kay Neal:
Author(s): Han Liu
As the open education movement has been blooming for more than a decade in PK-12 education, digital media for teaching and learning manifested in OERs (Open Educational Resources) have increased exponentially in quantity, variety, and more pedagogically sound designs along with emerging cutting-edge technology. Teachers in early childhood education integrate digital media on a daily basis for their classroom instruction and assigned student learning activities at home or in other digital environments.