174 pages , Peter Lang , 2009 Computer games are increasingly prevalent, and cause both curiosity and concern in the general public, so understanding these games and play is important. Game researchers need to work quickly to document, report, and analyse the effect on our modern society as an increasing amount of people make new and drastically different choices in how ...[Read More]
437 pages , Universal-Publishers , 2006 The Science of Learning: A Systems Theory Approach provides authoritative, comprehensive, learner-centric reviews and discussions of theories and research on learning processes, instructional approaches, and the uses of instructional media. It includes over 600 references to the most influential theoretical and empirical literature...[Read More]
1032 pages , SAGE Publications , 2009-04-02 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 "This ground-breaking resource is strongly recommended for all libraries and health and welfare institutional depots; essential for university collections, especially those catering to social studies programs." —Library Journal, STARRED Review Children and adults spend a great deal o...[Read More]
646 pages , IGI Global , 2008-07-31 "This book discusses the complete range of contemporary research topics such as computer modeling, geometry, geoprocessing, and geographic information systems"--Provided by publisher.
236 pages , Peter Lang Incorporated, International Academic Publishers , 2017 Matthew Farber's Game-Based Learning in Action: How an Expert Affinity Group Teaches with Games showcases how one affinity group of K12 educators--known as "The Tribe"--teaches with games.
76 pages , Cengage Learning EMEA , 2002 Stuck for ideas? Then get creative...Enter the world of fashion, media or interior design... Create your own circus... Cool Creations offers a range of exciting ideas chosen to reflect the diverse and often contradictory needs of the 10-14 age group. Most form a framework on which to build according to the interest, imagination and...[Read More]
265 pages , Human Kinetics , 2007 -Develop new instructional strategies that lead to positive growth in young people. -Blend instruction options to take the physical activity experience to another level. -Move toward a coordinated school health approach. -Provide 136 teacher-tested, developmentally appropriate, fun, and creative activities to foster a love of physical ac...[Read More]
229 pages , Xlibris Corporation , 2012-01-30 In A Broken Therapists Guide to Completeness, Mark Vegh explains how so many of us live with a fragmented perspective due to hurts and traumas of the past. We try to hide from our pain or push it away, but it only makes us rigid, cautious, and defensive. Or rather we stew on the past bumps and bruises, becoming resentful and b...[Read More]
257 pages , Human Kinetics , 2000 Summerford describes her innovative school physical fitness and health program called PE-4-Me Radical Wellness Program, implemented at her middle school in Apple Valley, California. The program combines movement, music, authentic assessment, thematic instruction, and brain-based learning into a physical education program. Several times t...[Read More]
232 pages , Corwin Press , 2008-10-29 Offering a child-centered approach for teaching 8- to 12-year-olds, this detailed resource discusses child development, instruction and assessment, and professional growth and advocacy.