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Foundations for Critical Thinking

Trudy Bers, Marc Chun, William T. Daly, Christine Harrington, Barbara F. Tobolowsky & Associates

"Foundations for Critical Thinking provides a strong introduction to the process of promoting critical thinking... it captures the reality that critical thinking is not just an academic skill, but a life skill that is best developed holistically by attending to social, emotional, and motivational factors that intersect with and influence the thinking process."—Joseph B. Cuseo, Professor Emeritus, Psychology; Educational Advisor, AVID for Higher Education

Welcoming Blue-Collar Scholars Into the Ivory Tower: Developing Class-Conscious Strategies for Student Success

Krista M. Soria

"Welcoming Blue-Collar Scholars Into the Ivory Tower should be required reading for everyone working with college students. Contextualizing issues of first-generation students within the complexities of social class helps us all do better work by identifying issues that are personal and those that are part of the campus system."—Will Barratt, Lotus Delta Coffman Distinguished Professor, Indiana State University

Paths to Learning: Teaching for Engagement in College

Barbara F. Tobolowsky, Editor

"Whether a novice college instructor or an experienced professor, teaching face-to-face or online, at a community college or university, Paths to Learning is a handy source for acquainting, or re-acquainting, readers with theoretical approaches and current understandings on the importance of engagement in the learning process." —Beverly L. Bower, Director, Bill J. Priest Center for Community College Education, University of North Texas








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Thriving in Transitions: A Research-Based Approach to College Student Success Introducing a Five-Volume Series on Course Design and Administration Fulfilling the Promise of the Community College: Increasing First-Year Student Engagement and Success