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Author(s): Stephanie J. Fischer, Christopher Green
Zombies aren’t real. To our knowledge, there are no secret government laboratories working on creating or defeating the zombie menace, but if such laboratories are ever created then sign us up to be the earth’s last, best hope.
Author(s): Joyce Bowling
Research tells us that the teacher has the ability to make the difference in reading instruction, students’ reading ability, and also make a difference in the lives of their students. High-powered teachers are effective teachers who make a difference. They are also life-long learners who reflect, make decisions, and plan purposeful assessments, design authentic instruction, and engage their students in strategically planned collaborative activities that are designed to meet the needs of all of their students.
Author(s): Christopher Cronin
Written by a practicing forensic psychologist and university professor, Forensic Psychology: An Applied Approach introduces the reader to the practice of forensic psychology. Forensic Psychology offers the reader a broad overview of the many opportunities available to forensic psychologists.
Author(s): Robert Rex Welshon, Patrick Yarnell , Lorraine Marie Arangno
A Critical Thinking Workbook: Formal and Informal Reasoning communicates the necessity of organized and structured thinking and writing in students’ lives.
Author(s): Tracey Niemotko
The study of accounting is cumulative. If accounting students do not master basic journal entry preparation from the beginning of their coursework, they are often overwhelmed for the entire semester.
In Accounting Basics: A Survival Guide for Students, basic accounting concepts are explained step-by-step, with a focus on accounting for an entrepreneur in a sole proprietorship. In the final unit, a comprehensive problem is presented in order to illustrate the accounting process.
Author(s): Giuseppina Kysar Mattietti, Stacey Verardo
The Historical Geology Workbook is written with students and lab instructors in mind. This fifth iteration connects students directly into each activity, and encourages them to broaden their knowledge by utilizing additional resources (i.e., textbooks and websites). The workbook focuses on more direct observations and more opportunities to solve problems like “real” geologists.
Author(s): Sarah Satterfield
Introduction to Humanities: An Outline Guide is the outgrowth of many years of teaching Humanities at the collegiate level. Students are often overwhelmed by the amount of material in Humanities texts. Introduction to Humanities: An Outline Guide is a synthesis and reduction of this material. The text is a guide only that Instructors can lecture as usual while students fill in their booklets, thus offering a guided notetaking experience. Content is current and page layout easy to read.
Author(s): Kimberly Anderson, Jenny Carson
Art. What is Art? Where is it? Who makes it? Why is it created? By analyzing art forms throughout history created from both traditional and nontraditional media from around the world, the authors attempt to explore these complicated questions.
Understanding Visual Artforms in Our World is designed for the novice who seeks an introduction to the visual arts and current art-related issues. It provides an opportunity for all to develop a deeper understanding and appreciation for art.