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Een fotoatlas van de anatomie in vivo 1

by Serge Tixa

Een fotoatlas van de anatomie in vivo 2

by Serge Tixa

From Snorkelers to Scuba Divers in the Elementary Science Classroom: Strategies and Lessons That Move Students Toward Deeper Learning

by John T. Almarode Ann M. Miller

From Snorkelers to Scuba Divers in the Elementary Science Classroom: Strategies and Lessons That Move Students Toward Deeper Learning By John Almarode and Ann M. Miller. Inspire a deep and lasting love of science in young students With so much attention paid to student performance in science, it is imperative for teacher to foster prolonged interest and deep conceptual understanding from an early age. From Snorkelers to Scuba Divers combines the latest findings in the science of learning with student and teacher-tested techniques to provide the framework for encouraging young learners to shed their snorkels and plunge into the world of science. Readers will find: Evidence-based, research-driven strategies that encourage both deep thinking and conceptual understanding Classroom examples that demonstrate each aspect of the standards-based instructional framework in action Professional development tasks that provide teachers with support in implementing strategies for students at all levels, from surface to deep

Journeys to Professional Excellence: Stories of Courage, Innovation, and Risk-Taking in the Lives of Noted Psychologists and Counselors

by Frederic P. Bemak Dr Robert K. Conyne

Journeys to Professional Excellence highlights the “professional journeys” of notable psychologists, counselors, and academics and describes the lessons we might learn from their stories. With guidance from the editors, Frederic P. Bemak and Robert Conyne, this book presents the developmental experience of successful faculty and practitioners, many of whom are experts in their fields, to help students articulate and define relationships between their personal and professional identities. The biographical content presented will help current students and counseling and psychology educators at all career stages learn about the pathways to success from well-known professionals. Through powerful and revealing narratives, these leading counselors disclose how they chose their career paths, what challenges they have faced, what factors contributed to their successes and failures, how they balance work and their personal lives, and what advice they have for those entering the profession.

Journeys to Professional Excellence: Stories of Courage, Innovation, and Risk-Taking in the Lives of Noted Psychologists and Counselors

by Frederic P. Bemak Dr Robert K. Conyne

Journeys to Professional Excellence highlights the “professional journeys” of notable psychologists, counselors, and academics and describes the lessons we might learn from their stories. With guidance from the editors, Frederic P. Bemak and Robert Conyne, this book presents the developmental experience of successful faculty and practitioners, many of whom are experts in their fields, to help students articulate and define relationships between their personal and professional identities. The biographical content presented will help current students and counseling and psychology educators at all career stages learn about the pathways to success from well-known professionals. Through powerful and revealing narratives, these leading counselors disclose how they chose their career paths, what challenges they have faced, what factors contributed to their successes and failures, how they balance work and their personal lives, and what advice they have for those entering the profession.

DNA-Protein Interactions

by Benoît P. Leblanc Sébastien Rodrigue

Doen en blijven doen

by Marieke Burgt Frank Verhulst

Stories of Culture and Place: A Narrative Introduction To Anthropology

by Michael G. Kenny Kirsten Smillie

This original introduction to cultural anthropology is a textbook like no other. Structured as a narrative rather than a compendium of facts about cultures and concepts, it invites students to think of anthropology as a series of stories that emerge from cultural encounters in particular times and places. These moments of encounter are illustrated with reference to both classic and contemporary ethnographic examples—from Coming of Age in Samoa to Coming of Age in Second Life—allowing readers to grasp anthropology's sometimes problematic past, while still capturing the excitement and potential of the discipline.

Learning Activism: The Intellectual Life Of Contemporary Social Movements

by Aziz Choudry

What do activists know? Learning Activism is designed to encourage a deeper engagement with the intellectual life of activists who organize for social, political, and ecological justice. Combining experiential knowledge from his own activism and a variety of social movements, Choudry suggests that such organizations are best understood if we engage with the learning, knowledge, debates, and theorizing that goes on within them. Drawing on Marxist, feminist, anti-racist, and anti-colonial perspectives on knowledge and power, the book highlights how activists and organizers learn through doing, and fills the gap between social movement practice as it occurs on the ground, critical adult education scholarship, and social movement theorizing. Examples include anti-colonial currents within global justice organizing in the Asia-Pacific, activist research and education in social movements and people's organizations in the Philippines, Migrant and immigrant worker struggles in Canada, and the Quebec student strike. The result is a book that carves out a new space for intellectual life in activist practice.

Introducing Archaeology, Second Edition

by Robert J. Muckle

Introducing Archaeology offers a lively alternative to many other texts. While covering traditional elements of archaeology, including methods and prehistory, the book also integrates the key principles of curriculum reform for the twenty-first century, as outlined by the Society for American Archaeology. The second edition highlights recent developments in the field and includes a new chapter on archaeology beyond mainstream academia. It also integrates more examples from popular culture, including mummies, tattoos, pirates, and global warming. What results is a surprisingly fresh and contemporary take on archaeology, one that situates the discipline within, but also beyond, the academy. Introducing Archaeology is accompanied by a free website with chapter-by-chapter resources for students, including study questions. Visit www.introducingarchaeology.com. Instructor ancillaries for Introducing Archaeology include an instructor's manual, PowerPoint slides, and a testbank.

The Shaping of Western Civilization, Volume II: From The Reformation To The Present

by Michael Burger

Michael Burger's goal in this inexpensive overview is to provide a brief, historical narrative of Western civilization. Not only does its length and price separate this text from the competition, but its no-frills, uncluttered format and well-written, one-authored approach make it a valuable asset for every history student. The Shaping of Western Civilization: From the Reformation to the Present begins with the Reformation and ends with globalization. Unlike other textbooks that pile on dates and facts, Shaping is a more coherent and interpretive presentation. Burger's skills as writer and synthesizer will enable students to obtain the background required to ask meaningful questions of primary sources. In addition to suggestions for further reading, this overview includes over 20 images and 11 maps.

Die frühe Phase des Innovationsprozesses

by Thomas Abele

Denken over je vak

by Frans Brinkman

Dental and Oral Pathology

by Pieter J. Slootweg

De Wissel

by H. Huizen E. Oosterhoff

De Waayenborg

by M. Linden A. Ormel A. Smit

De toepassing van klinisch redeneren

by Margreet Cingel

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