Health Education, Part I I
         Part I, Volume 10 - ISBN 0-9709895-1-10 published in 2016
    

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  1. 5694-v10 4432-9j - - - - 10 -- VAabe 2B-------j HEALTH-3 ELEARNING-1 Equipping Students to Own Poverty Via Simulation
  2. 5692-v10 4461-9z - - - - 11 -- CAabe 2B-158---z SPECIAL-3 SELF Public Schools and Students with Disabilities
  3. 5691-v10 5558-5v - - - - 11 - - - CAabe 2 - - - 999 - - v TEACHER* SPECIAL Building new teachers’ dispositions and aptitudes
  4. 5690-v10 4389-9z - - - - 10 -- TXabe 2B--127--z MEDIA SPECIAL-3 Parasocial Relationships and Children with Disabilities
  5. 5675-v10 5173-2j - - - - 11 -1 FCabe 3B-699---j HEALTH-15 PEDAGOGY Engaging Students: Strategies for Digital Natives
  6. 5674-v10 4900-1j - - - - 10 -- FCabe 2B-518---j HEALTH-4 DISTANCE Peer E-Mentoring Podcasts in a Self-Paced Course
  7. 5671-v10 5384-4v - - - - 10 - ILabe 2B - - 849 - - vl PSYCHOLOGY-3 HEALTH Yoga: Therapy for Children on the Autism Spectrum
  8. 5415-4v revised 10 - 5 - ILabp 3B - 871 - - - vl HEALTH* ACTIVE Active Learning Strategies: Student Perceptions
  9. 5414-4v revised 10 - - - OKabe 3B - - - 860 - - vl HEALTH HOW-TO Ways To Protect Students From Online Predators
  10. 4981-2l revised 10 -- CAabe 1B-583---l ZEITGEIST-2 HOW-TO Elevating Emotions in the Classroom
  
--  4619-0l revised 10 -- TXabe 1B--------l SPECIAL-4 EB Evidence-Based Strategies: Definition to Practice 
--  4592-0l revised 10 -- TXabe 2B------jjl SPECIAL-4 SPECIAL-1 Evidence Based Behavioral Objectives 
--  4376-9z revised 10 -- INabe 3B-139-wjjz SPECIAL-3 SECONDARY Adapting School Environments to Special Needs 
--  4400-9j revised 10 2- RIabe 5B-134-jzzw SERVICE HEALTH-5 Lessons from an Introductory Public Health Course 
--  4453-9z revised 10 -- TXabe 4B--------z ASSESSMENT-2 SPECIAL-1 Behavioral Interventions within a RTI Framework 
--  4389-9z revised 10 -- TXabe 2B--127---z MEDIA SPECIAL-3 Parasocialization and Children with Disabilities 
--  4357-9l revised 10 -- IDabe 4-047---llj LEADERSHIP SPECIAL Mentors Increasing Special Education Retention 
--  4273-9w revised 10 -- TXabe 1B967-----w SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY Technology and Students with Special Needs 
--  4074-8z revised 10 -- abe 2B-------z  CONSULT SPECIAL Preparing Beginning Special Educators to Consult 
--  3836-7j revised 10 -- abe 2-486----j  SERVICE SPECIAL Students with Disabilities and Service Learning
--  3729-7l revised 10 -- abe 4-393---lj  CURRICULUM SPECIAL CBM and Students with Mild Disabilities 
--  3214-6w revised 10 -- abe 2B816----w  SPECIAL Nature and use of curriculum in special education 
--  2943-5w revised 10 -- abe 1--------l  SPECIAL Accountability and the Education of the Disable 
--  2893-5w revised 10 -- abe 1-398---wl  SPECIAL Information Skills and the Special Needs Student 
--  2856-5w revised 09 -- abe 3--------w  SPECIAL Self-Advocacy for Students with Disabilities 
--  2749-5w revised 09 -- abe 3B-------w  SPECIAL Dyslexia: the ethics of assessment 
--  2745-5w revised 09 -- abe 6B-------w  SERVICE Environmental Health and Service Learning 
--  2790-4j revised 10 -- abp 2B261r---w  HEALTH CRITICAL Infusing Critical Thinking into Health Education 
--  2781-4j revised 10 -- abe 1B-------j  HEALTH Health, Knowledge, and Networked Communication 
--  2736-4j revised 10 -- abp 1-204r---j  HEALTH Medical Providers' and Internet-Based Education 
--  2731-4j revised 10 -- abe 2B-199r--j  HEALTH Ethics Education in the Clinical Setting 
--  2728-4j revised 10 -- abe 2B-------j  HEALTH A Tool for the Assessment of Communication Skills 
--  2569-4w revised 10 -- abe 2-062rj--l  HEALTH Multi-Discipline, Web-based Healthcare Orientation
--  2576-3z revised 10 -- abp 1-036jr-zw  SPECIAL Providing Scientific Information to Children with Dyslexia 
--  2434-3j revised 11 -- abe 3-006j---j  CONSULT Collaboration Across Early Childhood Special Education 
--  2363-3j revised 10 -- abe 1-911---jz  SPECIAL Computers and Students with Special Needs 
--  2336-3l revised 13 4- abe 1-675----l  SPECIAL Increasing Awareness and Understanding of Students with Disabilities 
--  2116-2j revised 10 2/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Academic Outcomes of Students with Learning Disabilities 
--  2115-2j revised 10 3/ok ok ok 22--- SSPECIAL-ED A Word Identification Strategy for Middle and High School Students 
--  2113-2j revised 10 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Gifted with Learning Disabilities as Example 
--  2111-2j revised 09 2/ok ok ok 44--- SSPECIAL-ED Teacher Attitudes and Attributes Concerning Disabilities 
--  2110-2j revised 11 1/-- ok ok 33--- SSPECIAL-ED Social Skills Training for the 21st Century ( make table black&white&smaller) 
--  2109-2j revised 10 o/ok ok ok 22--- SSPECIAL-ED Writing Sample Evaluations by Students With and Without LD 
--  2104-2w revised 08 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Is the Next Step, Flex Step? 
--  2103-2w revised 09 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Including Co-Teaching in a Teacher Preparation Program: A Vital Addition 
--  2102-1w revised 09 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom 
--  2095-1w revised 11 6/ok ok ok 22--- SSPECIAL-ED Assessing Standards-Based Curricula for Students with Learning Disabilities 
--  2090-1w revised 10 1/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Promoting Beginning Special Education Teachers' Understanding of Emergent Literacy 
--  2087-2l revised 10 o/ok ok ok 44--l SSPECIAL-ED Fables in the Classroom: Motivating Middle School Writers with Learning Disabilities. 
--  2065-2l revised 10 o/ok ok ok 22--- SSPECIAL-ED Addressing Antisocial Behavior in the Schools: A Call for Action 
--  2058-2l revised 10 o/ok ok ok 33--- SSPECIAL-ED Creating Multimedia to Teach About Students With Developmental Disabilities 
--  2056-2l revised 10 4/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Increasing Reading Comprehension Using Story-Grammar Instruction 
--  2052-2l revised 06 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Everyone Plays! Increasing Participation of Special Needs Children 
--  2051-1l revised 11 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Higher Education and Cognitive Disability: Adaptive Strategies 
--  2044-2l revised 10 o/ok ok ok 22--- SSPECIAL-ED High Standards Dilemma: Undergraduates with Disabilities 
--  2038-2l revised 11 o/ok ok ok 33--- SSPECIAL-ED How Can We Prepare And Retain Effective Special Education Teachers? 
--  2032-2l revised 06 o/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Exercise is Medicine: Working with Physical Challenges 
--  2027-2l revised 10 2/ok ok ok 11--- SSPECIAL-ED Using laptime to facilitate learning in preschoolers with delays 
--  1074-11 revised 1w 08 o/ok ok ok SPECCIAL-ED Raising Self-Expectations: The Key to Motivating Students with Disabilities 

4424-9j revised 10 -- NJabe 1B-------j HEALTH-3 METHODOLOGY Validating a Health Capstone: A Five Year Review 
4033-9w revised 11 -- abe 4B794---jw HEALTH SECONDARY Legislated Wellness and Elementary Education 
3985-8w revised 10 -- abp 3B662----w HEALTH-2 ENVIRONMENT Promoting Environmental Awareness 
3979-8w revised 11 -- abe 8B667----w HEALTH-2 SERVICE Creating Interprofessional Student Teams 
3962-8w revised 10 -- abe 6B652----w HEALTH-2 SERVICE Blackboard unites service-learning partnerships 
3956-8w revised 11 8- abe 3B553B---w HEALTH-2 LEADERSHIP Collaborative Learning-Centered Partnership 
3949-8w revised 10 -- abp 1B609----w HEALTH-2 LEADERSHIP Arts-Based Learning and Healthcare Leadership 
3886-8w revised 10 -- abe 2B-------w HEALTH-2 METHODOLOGY Interdisciplinary Health Care Attitudes 
3799-7j revised 10 -- abe 1B541----w HEALTH-1 STUDENT Does Time of Instruction Affect Student Learning? 

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