The Cleveland Clinic Intensive Review of Pediatrics focuses specifically on preparation for the American Board of Pediatrics certification and recertification exams. It is written primarily by distinguished Cleveland Clinic faculty who conduct the Cleveland Clinic Foundation's successful and popular annual Pediatric Board Review Symposium. The book is organized into subspecialty sections, each of which ends with a board simulation chapter. Chapters include numerous bulleted lists, tables, and illustrations. Two mock board exams appear at the end of the book. This edition has five new chapters and a new two-color design. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text, an image bank, and 150 online-only questions with answers.
An examination of how the body--its organs, limbs, and viscera--were represented in the literature and culture of early modern Europe. This provocative volume demonstrates, the symbolism of body parts challenge our assumptions about "the body" as a fundamental Renaissance image of self, society, and nation.
The second edition, now in two volumes rather than one, contains some 30 new chapters addressing a greatly increased number of topics and range of issues, from a variety of disciplines. The first volume offers discussion of general issues in the theory, assessment, and treatment of developmental dis
Engage the minds and bodies of students in grades PK–2 in learning fun with Gross Motor Fun! This 160-page book helps students improve academic skills, fitness, motor skills, and confidence with more than 200 games and activities. It also explores the connection between learning and movement. Written by a Certified Adaptive Physical Educator, the book includes a skills matrix, checklists, strategies, a glossary, and educational definitions. It supports NCTE, NCTM, NAEYC, and NASPE standards.
Clearly written, well-organized, and comprehensive, Language Development: An Introduction is the most widely used text in its area. With its updated coverage of pre-school and school-age language development and increased coverage of multicultural issues, the new fourth edition continues its thorough coverage of the five major areas of language. Within a practical, chronological framework, Language Development: An Introduction examines every aspect of syntax, morphology, semantics, phonology, and pragmatics. It also explores early cognition and presymbolic communication -- topics not often found in introductory texts -- with a chapter on language variations, a strengthened chapter on learning and teaching language, and a renewed emphasis on pragmatics. The author presents even the most complex, technical concepts at an appropriate level for beginning students. In doing so, he has created a text that will be useful to future parents, educators, psychologists, and speech-language pathologists.