Williamson Roadways to Success_5 Synopsis

A student-centered book with an integrated case study to meet the needs of new-to-campus students or those returning to school after an absence. Roadways to Success presents relevant material that aids students in learning concepts and skills they need, when they need them. All activities have a clear purpose that support each concept presented. Case studies and self-assessment begin each chapter. Incentives are built in to encourage students to move forward with a positive attitude. Now includes the interview process with advice and prescriptive direction from top level, experienced recruiters from different businesses and industries. Educates students on the world of social media (benefits, problems, and use of) for effective applications to the educational environment. Also illustrates how math affects every aspect of our lives recognizing that students are often intimidated by math despite its impact on every aspect of our success. Chapters are the right length to present specific concepts, provide affective exercises, activities, and threaded features that will enhance the college experience. There is no busywork - all charts, tables, and exercises are meaningful.

Williamson Roadways to Success_5 Press Reviews

The text gives many case studies that enable the student to work through worst case scenarios and then fit the possible solutions into their own life. They often comment that the reading makes them self aware and puts things into perspective for them. -- Deena Wickliffe, Ivy Tech Community College

Book Information

ISBN: 9780132317450
Publication date: 17th February 2012
Author: James C. Williamson, Debra A. McCandrew, Charles T., Sr., Ed.D. Muse
Publisher: Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 320 pages
Categories: Study & learning skills: general,

About James C. Williamson, Debra A. McCandrew, Charles T., Sr., Ed.D. Muse

Dr. Charles T. Muse, Sr. retired as the VP for Academic Affairs at Florence-Darlington Technical College in 2008 and is currently the Executive Director of the National Robotics Training Center. Dr. Muse retired from the U.S. Marine Corps at the rank of Colonel with 31 years of active and reserve duty. He has authored and co-authored over fifty articles and four text books to include The Prentice Hall Planner: A Time Management System for Student Success, Prentice Hall, 2003 and A Planner for Student Success, Pearson Publishing, 2011. Ms. Debi McCandrew is the Department Head for Mathematics and Computer Technology at Florence-Darlington Technical ...

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