Offers an exciting and eclectic mix of articles, features illuminating critical issues faced by both student affairs and academic affairs staff as they work on the shared goal that brought them to the campus in the first place: to help students learn.
Arts & Activities stands alone as a favorite among art educators worldwide. With lesson plans and projects ideal for all grade levels and abilities, you'll find it to be an invaluable source of creativity and inspiration throughout the school year.
Each monograph is a definitive analysis of a higher education problem, based on research and institutional experiences. Practitoners and scholars are commissioned to write reports, with experts providing critical reviews before publication.
Offers academic leaders information and advice on conducting assessments in a range of areas, including student learning and outcomes, faculty instruction, academic programs and curricula, student services and overall institutional functioning.
From complying with the ADA and keeping residence halls safe, to protecting the privacy of student information, this monthly newsletter delivers proven strategies to address the tough legal issues you face every day.
A monthly newsletter that helps you to effectively manage all the challenges you face keeping your campus, students and employees safe. From protecting students walking around campus after dark, to meeting the complex requirements of the Clery Act - Campus Security Report has answers you need.
Dance Teacher is the ONLY magazine written just for dance professionals. Each issue is packed with useful ideas that will help you (and your students!) become better dancers. Plus, you'll receive the annual Dance Directory - Dance Teacher's comprehensive sourcebook of dance-related products/services
From budgeting to faculty tenure, and from distance learning to labor relations, Dean & Provost gives you innovative ways to manage the challenges of leading your institution. Learn how to make the best use of your limited resources, safeguard your institution from frivolous lawsuits and more.
The only magazine that consistently provides timely and quality coverage of relevant educational issues. Diverse Issues in Higher Education is an independent resource for everyone who is concerned about the future of higher education.
Find out which enrollment strategies are working for your colleagues, which aren't and why. Each month, this newsletter gives you practical guidance on all aspects of enrollment management - including records, registration, recruitment, orientation, admissions, retention and more.
The magazine for early childhood leaders focusing on issues relevant to child care center administrators and other professionals working in child development and early education. Packed with practical strategies, innovative ideas and expertadvice.
The complete resource for football coaches at every level of competition, Gridiron Strategies is written by football coaches for football coaches. Each issue will be like a mini football clinic, offering the latest strategies, plays, ideas and much more!
Higher Education FERPA Bulletin is a comprehensive resource on student records privacy regulations. Find a convenient q&a format, the latest news in privacy issues and FERPA compliance guidelines in each issue of Higher Education FERPA Bulletin.
An indispensable quarterly exploring issues of common interest to instructors, administrators and counselors in a range of adult and continuing education settings, such as colleges and universities, extension programs, businesses, museums and more.
With a mission to provide scientific and scholarly presentations on issues and concepts in the field of child and adolescent development, each volume focuses on specific "new direction" or research topic, and is edited by experts in that topic.
Essential to the professional libraries of presidents, vice presidents and other leaders in today's open-door institutions, this quarterly provides expert guidance in meeting the challenges of their distinctive and expanding educational mission.
A quarterly thematic journal and an official publication of the American Evaluation Association publishing empirical, methodological and theoretical works on all aspects of evaluation. Each issue is devoted to a single topic in the field.
Addressed to presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other higher education decision makers on all kinds of campuses, this quarterly report provides timely information about major issues and administrative problems confronting every institution.
Always timely and comprehensive, this quarterly report provides planners and administrators in all types of academic institutions with guidelines on resource coordination, information analysis program evaluation, institutional management and more.
An indispensable report for vice presidents of student affairs, deans of students and other student services professionals, this quarterly offers quidelines for aiding students in total development: emotional, social, physical and intellec tual.
A quarterly report offering a comprehensive range of ideas and techniques for improving college teaching based on the experience of seasoned instructors and on the latest findings of educational and psychological researchers.
A quarterly report dedicated to bringing together everyone concerned with helping young people. A unique resource that presents thoughtful, multi-faceted approaches to helping our youth develop into responsible, stable, well-rounded citizens.
For over a decade people have been discovering a love of poetry through RATTLE. Published twice annually, each perfect-bound issue is 200 pages of poetry, essays and interviews with heart. Poetry should make you laugh or cry; it should enlighten and entertain.
Get practical strategies and up-to-date news on topics including residence halls, student conduct policies, budget cuts, alcohol and drug abuse, crisis prevention, students with disabilities, campus violence, sexual harassment and more.
A unique resource for chairs, deans, academic vice presidents and administrators, this newsletter is invaluable to anyone responsible for a department in any institution of higher education. Written by practitioners from their own experiences.
Every month, get practical guidance on all aspects of your job - from implementing the newest technology and successful registration programs to complying with FERPA, and from training your staff and student workers to security issues and transcript management.
You'll find ways to incorporate religion into various subject areas, improving the use of technology in your school, and lots of curriculum and activity ideas to use with your students. Today's Catholic Teacher can help your educators meet their goals of providing the best possible education.
Dedicated to high school and college coaches and A.D.'s. Each issue is jam-packed with coaching tips for all men's and women's sports, up-close interviews with prominent sports figures, coverage of all phases of a successful program, and exclusive coach buyer's guides.
Community College Week newspaper is an independent publication aimed at professionals at two-year colleges. Each issue covers what's happening at community colleges around the country -- controversies, protests, tuition changes, grants, legislation, people moves, and much more. Community College Week gives college presidents, chief academic officers, faculty, student service professionals, librarians and other educators an in-depth look into the critical issues facing two-year colleges today. Expert reporters and columnists dissect the latest happenings, and tell you exactly what they mean.
Current Science provides coverage of national and local news related in the fields of science--these concepts are used to make teaching to middle and high school students easy. Each issue of Current Science features in-depth stories and interviews with science teachers and professional scientist. Published 16 times a year, Current Science is a must (and a perfect gift) for all people who are interested in the world of science.
Each month, this newsletter gives you innovative ideas for improving annual giving, endowment and capital campaigns, planned giving and alumni relation. Plus, you discover new ways to spur participation and increase total contribution from alumni, corporate donors and foundations.
Quarterly journal on theory, practice and policy development for continuing education in health sciences. Original research on subjects involving lifelong learning focuses on continuous quality improvement, assessments, and knowledge translation.
Language Magazine has blazed a trail since 1997 as the only periodical dedicated to promoting the teaching of all languages in America. LM addresses key issues in bilingual teaching, language travel, teaching methodology, teacher education, heritage languages, and more. Every issue of Language features reviews of the latest education technology and electronic teaching products. Language Magazine is packed with facts, figures, opinions, and research--no matter what language you teach, you will find resources you need in every issue.
Nontraditional Students Report addresses problems you face in recruiting, retaining and educating your adult students. Find strategies to target your orientation to adult learners, encourage adult-friendly support systems, take advantage of new technologies and more.
It's where Bear in the Big Blue House, Spot, Maisy, Mr. Potato Head, Paddington Bear and Peter Rabbit make learning fun. Perfect for preschoolers, each issue contains drawing, matching, counting, coloring and reading activities. A character poster, plus a 6 page pull-out workbook, are also included.
Roeper Review Magazine is a significant resource for professionals who work with teachers and psychologists, and for professionals who work directly with gifted and talented children and their families. Roeper Review covers a broad range of issues including policies, developments, innovations in practice and applied research. Roeper Review emphasizes both the cognitive and the emotional aspects of working with gifted and talented children. Roeper Review serves as a forum for discussion, striving to present all views and perspectives on topics that focus on the gifted such as gender issues, developmental phases, at-risk students, learning disabled, creativity, problem solving, and school reform and its impact.
This 64-page publication is a favorite among writers wanting to be published. The blend of poetry, prose, photography, screenwriting, marketing, editing advice and the opportunity to be published do indeed make WRITER'S Journal the completewriter's magazine.
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