The History and Practice of College Health

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ISBN: 9780813149981
Release Date: 2015-01-13
Number of pages: 480
Author: H. Spencer Turner
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky

Download and read online The History and Practice of College Health in PDF and EPUB This volume is the first definitive reference and textbook in the one-hundred-fifty year history of college health. Written for professionals and for those working in student services and higher education administration, it covers the history of college health, administrative matters including financing and accreditation, and clinical issues such as women's health, HIV/AIDS, and mental health. The book also focuses on prevention, including immunization and tuberculin testing. The contributors are well respected in the field and are actively working in the specific areas on which they write.


Talking Diversity with Teachers and Teacher Educators

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ISBN: 9780807755372
Release Date: 2014-05-01
Number of pages: 240
Author: Barbara C. Cruz
Publisher: Teachers College Press

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Leadership Learning for the Future

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ISBN: 9781623964627
Release Date: 2013-12-01
Number of pages: 385
Author: Klaus Scala
Publisher: IAP

Download and read online Leadership Learning for the Future in PDF and EPUB Management makes the world go round. This is a strong belief of the authors of this volume. The current tumultuous economic and financial crisis and the intensifying threats caused by climate change are symptoms of a global system that is out of balance. It is increasingly assumed that managers share the responsibility for these developments. After all, management as a major force in the shaping of global economic conditions and social relations make the world go round. At present an alliance of business schools, publishers and certification agencies is rapidly organizing the learning of executives and leaders into a global industry developed by professional managers. But under these circumstances do MBA courses and executive education programs in business schools offer the appropriate learning for current challenges? And can managers learn the lessons of the crisis in these learning environments? Or does the transformation of learning into a global business rather tend to discourage critical thinking and reflective patterns of learning? “Management makes the world go round”. This was also the title of an international conference on management learning , where the authors of this volume presented their ideas, shared their experiences, increased their knowledge and contributed to a fascinating debate in a context with a great professional and cultural diversity. This inspired the group to hold on to this debate and develop the ideas further on. So this book was created and brought into the IAP division of Management Education.


Understanding and Teaching the At Risk Adult Student

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ISBN: 9781475801651
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 113
Author: Diane Mierzwik
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Understanding and Teaching the At Risk Adult Student in PDF and EPUB This is a guide for teachers entering or continuing in the specific realm of adult education of students who are at-risk due to their criminal backgrounds, substance abuse issues or undiagnosed learning disabilities. The book provides readers with an overview of the teaching challenges for this population of students, presents research on their unique challenges as learners, and provides teachers with evidence-based practices to enhance the success of this adult learner population.


College Mental Health Practice

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ISBN: 9781135929206
Release Date: 2006-11-06
Number of pages: 360
Author: Paul A. Grayson
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online College Mental Health Practice in PDF and EPUB Paul Grayson, a co-editor of the successful 1989 book College Psychotherapy, has teamed up with Phil Meilman, a seasoned veteran of college counseling and psychological services, to compile this needed comprehensive up-to-date treatment guide. After an opening discussion of the campus environment and student mentality, the book provides an overview of the state of college mental health at the start of the 21st century, touching on the issues faced by students of every generation, as well as those concerns unique to this day and age. With an emphasis on practice, and not theory, this easily referenced treatment guide will be of use to anyone working in the mental health fields in and around a college environment.


Fostering Civility on Campus

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ISBN: 9780871173799
Release Date: 2007-01-01
Number of pages: 69
Author: Judy Rookstool
Publisher: Amer. Assn. of Community Col

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The Virginia Tech Massacre

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ISBN: 9780199875085
Release Date: 2014-09-02
Number of pages: 288
Author: Aradhana Bela Sood
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online The Virginia Tech Massacre in PDF and EPUB In the wake of the April 2006 Virginia Tech shootings, governor Timothy Kaine appointed an independent panel to investigate the incident and to recommend potential policy changes that might prevent such a tragedy from occurring again. The incident itself and the work of the panel mobilized the entire nation to examine many aspects of the tragedy, most centrally university mental health systems. Certain aspects of the case raised issues that were not addressed by the resulting report, such as the role of the college mental health system in the lives of young adults, the complexity of identifying the mental health needs of students, and the shortcomings of mental health delivery systems within colleges as well the larger community. The Virginia Tech Massacre is based on the experience and unique perspective of Dr. Aradhana Bela Sood, a panel member appointed to the special independent review committee which was asked to consult specifically on the mental health system implications of the VA Tech shooting. This book discloses Sood's personal experience as a child psychiatrist and panel member, and her role in shaping the final report. Sood, along with co-editor Dr. Robert Cohen, who has been involved in studying and reforming mental health policy for more than 40 years, and carefully selected expert contributors take readers on a journey examining the mental health vulnerabilities of youth transitioning to adulthood, the limitations of existing warning tools for violence, and local, regional, and national gaps in mental health service delivery across the United States. This book offers examples of effective mental health services, policies, and strategies, and it provides concrete and pragmatic recommendations for how to begin overhauling the delivery of mental health services. The Virginia Tech Massacre is topical and timely, given the widespread interface between violence in the public arena and mental health issues. It will be a critical resource to mental health professionals, policymakers and legislators, state and local government officials, higher education personnel, and social workers and others in the human service fields. It will also be of interest to those concerned about gun violence and mental health and students in psychiatry, psychology, social work, and public health.


The Lowering of Higher Education in America

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ISBN: 9781351479882
Release Date: 2017-07-05
Number of pages: 228
Author: Jackson Toby
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Lowering of Higher Education in America in PDF and EPUB Few in the United States will dispute the assumption that every high school graduate should be entitled to go to college regardless of financial need. But should everyone be able to go regardless of academic preparedness? Jackson Toby explores the idea that federal financial aid programs, all of which peg student aid to need alone and not to academic performance, are dragging down college admissions and academic standards to the point where America's schools, students, and economy will no longer be globally competitive. After a half-century of teaching, distinguished educator Jackson Toby concludes that our current system all too often gives both high school and college students the impression that college is an entitlement and not a challenge. The Lowering of Higher Education: Why Student Loans Should Be Based on Credit Worthiness is Toby's unflinching look at this broken system and the ways it can be fixed. This volume documents just how far college admission standards have fallen and measures the cost of remedial programs designed to get underprepared high school students to the level they should have been at in the first place. Toby is both pointed and frank in his discussion on the issue of grade inflation, which rewards laziness while demoralizing hard-working students. To reverse the national decline of academic standards in American colleges, Toby proposes a radical solution: Let federal student aid be tied to academic performance as well as financial need, incentivizing students to develop serious attitudes and study habits in high school and keep them up in college.


Successful Beginnings for College Teaching

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ISBN: 1891859382
Release Date: 2001-01-01
Number of pages: 157
Author: Angela Provitera-McGlynn
Publisher: Atwood Pub

Download and read online Successful Beginnings for College Teaching in PDF and EPUB Laying the groundwork for a successful semester starts with the first day of class. Author Angela Provitera McGlynn tells that the first day is not the day to pass out a syllabus and let everyone go. Rather, it's the day to set the context for the rest of the semester. The author stresses the need for developing an atmosphere of respect for diversity while simultaneously providing a safe and exciting place to explore differences. Included are a whole variety of ice breakers and other exercises to keep students engaged and interacting. In addition, such vital issues as classroom dynamics, motivating students, and dealing with incivility are addressed with suggestions for promoting positive interactions.


College Teaching

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ISBN: 157524294X
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 138
Author: Michael W. Galbraith
Publisher:

Download and read online College Teaching in PDF and EPUB College Teaching: Developing Perspective Through Dialogue casts a wide net over the topic of teaching in college. It begins with the notion that to understand what it means to be a good college teacher, self-awareness is essential. From there it provides helpful guidelines for beginning teachers, as well as to more experienced ones, about the instructional process and the academic activities outside the classroom that are imperative for survival as a college teacher.College Teaching uses a question-answer format to explore its nine parts: Gaining Some Insight on Self Preparing to Teach the Course The First Class Session Issues in the Classroom Teaching Methods and Techniques Teaching With Technology Evaluating and Grading Academic Advising Academic Activities Outside the Classroom Readers of the book will find its conversational and personal tone to be a welcoming approach to exploring the complexities, dynamics, and joys of college teaching.


Americanah

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ISBN: 359618598X
Release Date: 2015-06-25
Number of pages: 608
Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Publisher:

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Quick Hits for Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers

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ISBN: 9780253018403
Release Date: 2015-10-15
Number of pages: 130
Author: Robin K. Morgan
Publisher: Indiana University Press

Download and read online Quick Hits for Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers in PDF and EPUB Non-tenure-track lecturers and adjunct instructors face particular challenges at US colleges, including heavy teaching loads, lack of office space, little control over the selection of course topics or textbooks, and long commutes between jobs at two or more schools. Quick Hits for Adjunct Faculty and Lecturers contains short, practice-oriented articles by experienced instructors that offer valuable teaching and career tips for balancing competing demands, addressing student issues, managing classrooms, and enhancing professional development.


Section Newsletters

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105062016469
Release Date: 2000
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Author: Association of American Law Schools
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Newsletter

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ISBN: IND:30000080932993
Release Date: 1997
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Author: Association of American Law Schools. Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research
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