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Teaching Outside the Box: Technology-Infused Math Instruction helps readers develop pedagogical practices that integrate technology as a tool for teaching and as a way for students to express what they know. The focus is on leveraging technology in fi ve research based math practices: Daily Routines, Open Ended Tasks, Project-based Learning, Problem Based Learning and Math Centers.
Written by teacher educators Patricia Dickenson and Lorelei Coddington, Teaching Outside the Box: Technology-Infused Math Instruction is:
Author(s): Laural L. Adams
Essentials of Business Communication for Emerging Professionals introduces students to today’s professional communication practices and helps them develop key tools and habits to refine their communication skills and cultivate their executive presence — bridging the transition from student to professional.
Human and Animal Interrelationships is a turn-key course package that takes a science-based, multi-disciplinary approach to understanding the nature, diversity and functions of human-animal relationships that have developed over time, geographic region, and cultural contexts.
Intercultural Communication: Building Relationships and Skills provides clear explanations of relevant communication theories and practical advice for improving communication skills. This text is designed to introduce students to the most important concepts, theories, and strategies related to intercultural communication. It enables students to establish and maintain satisfying relationships with people from other countries and cultures.
Intercultural Communication presents topics among 10 chapters:
Author(s): Gayle Goudy
Introduction to Architectural History: Understanding the History of the Building Next Door is an undergraduate survey of Western architecture from the ancient world to the twenty-first century. The turn-key course package uses canonical buildings and engineering marvels to understand the structures in American cities today.
Twenty-first century workplace skill requirements include the critical thinking involved in learning relevant software for a particular field, and knowing the best technology to use for given situations.
Leveraging Technology for Learning helps students develop a deeper understanding of computer literacy, mobile technology, and problem-solving using digital technology.
Author(s): RYAN PACE
Understanding the legal environment in which businesses operate is a critical component of success for all business leaders and decision-makers.
The Legal Environment of Business by Ryan H. Pace introduces fundamental legal topics relating to the U.S. Constitution, ethics, dispute resolution, crimes, torts, property, contracts, business entities, securities, agency, employment discrimination, debtor-creditor relationships, negotiable instruments, administrative process, environment, wills and trusts, insurance, and more.
Author(s): Rose M. Borunda
Explore the efforts of humanists committed to improving the lives of those less privileged in the United States.
In contrast with the capitalistically driven historical figures who have been given the lion’s share of attention in the rendering of United States history, What is the Color of Your Heart? A Humanist Approach to Diversity provides a fresh cast of historical and modern day figures whose values were rooted in humanist ideals that flourished into social justice activism.
Author(s): Glenn Dolphin
Stories in Geology fills two gaps in postsecondary science teaching: