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Our interactive demo outlines how the learning science behind Revel can work in your sociology course, with embedded tools for deeper understanding and features to make instruction easier.
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With the Revel mobile app, your students can access course materials on their tablet or mobile phone, so they can learn on the go — without breaking their stride.
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Revel® improves results by empowering students to actively participate in learning. More than a digital textbook, it delivers an engaging blend of author content, media, and assessment.
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Hudson & Whisenhunt
An evidence-based approach to tackling the most difficult concepts in psychology that provides a personalized learning pathway for each student
John J. Macionis
This text focuses on how people construct problems, and how they develop potential solutions, based on their political attitudes
Viewing law as a vital policymaking tool, this text explores the challenges of continually adapting the law to a complex, rapidly changing society
Our 2020 Presidential Election Editions combine coverage of the fundamentals of American government with the most up-to-date topics, examples, and data
Dr. Terri Moore shares the latest updates to Revel, including an instructor mobile app and engaging study resources that will help students actively participate in their learning.
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Dr. Terri Moore examines best practices for using visual media to engage your students, increase persistence and retention, enliven the curriculum, and evaluate student mastery.
Drs. Lisa Shin and Sam Sommers discuss specific assignments to help students apply lessons from psychology to coping with COVID-19, and their own strategies for creating an inclusive classroom.
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