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SAT For Dummies

by Geraldine Woods

Sharpen your SAT test-taking skills with this updated and expanded premier guide with CD

Are you struggling with math, reading, or writing essays while preparing for the SAT? SAT For Dummies, Premier Edition...

ACT For Dummies

by Lisa Zimmer Hatch & Scott Hatch

The quick and painless way to maximize your score on the ACT

Are you one of the millions of students taking the ACT? Have no fear! This friendly guide gives you the competitive edge by fully preparing you for...

The Essential Department Chair: A Comprehensive Desk Reference

by Jeffrey Buller

Thoroughly revised and updated, this second edition of the classic book The Essential Department Chair is comprehensive and up-to-date. The new edition incorporates many timely topics and is now truly more than...

First Time in the College Classroom: A Guide for Teaching Assistants, Instructors, and New Professors at All Colleges and Universities

by Mary C. Clement

This book presents the knowledge base of college teaching in a user-friendly, easy-to-read, yet well-researched format. From sample syllabi to the creation of an effective grading scale, this book covers critically...

Developing Preservice Problem-Solving Skills through Case Studies

by Debra Eckerman Pitton

This book provides a bridge from the theoretical to the practical, using case studies to engage pre-service teachers in the analysis of situations and the problem-solving they will need to do in the classroom....

The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities Are Reshaping the World

by Ben Wildavsky

In The Great Brain Race, former U.S. News & World Report education editor Ben Wildavsky presents the first popular account of how international competition for the brightest minds is transforming the world of...

Test Your IQ: 400 Questions to Boost Your Brainpower

by Philip Carter

Test Your IQ contains 400 IQ test questions written and compiled by IQ-test experts, complete with a guide to assessing individual performance which will help to improve vocabulary and develop powers of calculation...

Preparing Your Son for Every Man's Battle: Honest Conversations About Sexual Integrity

by Stephen Arterburn

Finally, a resource that guides you through the toughest--and most important--conversations you'll ever have with your son.

Ideal for all parents of boys: fathers, mothers, single moms.

It’s never been easy...

CEH Certified Ethical Hacker Study Guide

by Kimberly Graves & Eugene E. Comiskey

Full Coverage of All Exam Objectives for the CEH Exams 312-50 and EC0-350

Thoroughly prepare for the challenging CEH Certified Ethical Hackers exam with this comprehensive study guide. The book provides full...

Homeland Security: A Complete Guide 2/E: A Complete Guide 2/E

by Mark Sauter & James Carafano

The definitive guide to the homeland security enterprise-updated with critical changes in missions, tactics, and strategies

"[T]he best. . . .The book is extremely well organized for an undergraduate class in...

City Kids, City Teachers: Reports from the Front Row

by William Ayers & Patricia Ford

City Kids, City Teachers, now reissued with a new preface by William Ayers, has become a touchstone for urban educators, exploding the stereotypes about teaching in the city. In more than twenty-five provocative...

Teaching Intensive and Accelerated Courses: Instruction that Motivates Learning

by Raymond J. Wlodkowski & Margery B. Ginsberg

In this comprehensive resource, Raymond J. Wlodkowski and Margery B. Ginsberg describe how to meet the challenge of teaching intensive and accelerated courses to nontraditional learners and working adults. By...

Framing Youth Development for Public Support: New Directions for Youth Development, Number 124

by Lynn Davey

Since 1999, the nonprofit FrameWorks Institute has investigated how Americans think about social issues--from children and youth to education and race--and how scientists, policy experts, and advocates can do...

Fostering the Increased Integration of Students with Disabilities: New Directions for Student Services, Number 134

by Marianne S. Huger

All members of a community benefit from the diversity that students with disabilities bring to a campus, and all campus constituents have an obligation to serve their diverse students. This volume provides the...

Technology Management: New Directions for Community Colleges, Number 154

by Tod Treat

Gain a greater understanding of technology management and what it means to the community college campus today. Effective planning, directing, control, and coordination of technological capabilities can shape...

Validity and Limitations of College Student Self-Report Data: New Directions for Institutional Research, Number 150

by Serge Herzog & Nicholas A. Bowman

Critics of student self-reported data claim that the accumulated corpus of research documenting student learning on the basis of survey responses stands on shaky ground. This volume argues that scholarship on...

Advancing Validity in Outcome Evaluation: Theory and Practice: New Directions for Evaluation, Number 130

by Huey T. Chen, Stewart I. Donaldson & Melvin M. Mark

Exploring the influence and application of Campbellian validity typology in the theory and practice of outcome evaluation, this volume addresses the strengths and weaknesses of this often controversial evaluation...

Self-Regulated Learning: New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 126

by Héfer Bembenutty

Self-regulation involves students' beliefs about their own potential for actions, thoughts, feelings and behaviors that will then allow them to work toward their own academic goals. Clearly, the need for self-regulation...

Origins of Ownership of Property: New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, Number 132

by Hildy Ross & Ori Friedman

This volume investigates emerging theories in the psychological basis of ownership. Although it has been a neglected area of developmental psychology research, ownership is of broad significance in childrens'...

Disability and Campus Dynamics: New Directions for Higher Education, Number 154

by Wendy S. Harbour & Joseph W. Madaus

Prepare your institution for a new generation of disability services that embraces the growing student, as well as staff and faculty population with disabilities. Legal compliance, reasonable accommodations,...