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- Natural Sciences
- Social Sciences and History
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- Must-know vocabulary: Learn key terms – highlighted and defined throughout the text.
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About the AuthorLaurie Callihan Coniglione, Ph.D.
, is one of America’s leading experts on the College Board’s CLEP credit-by-exam program. A seasoned
science author, public speaker, researcher, and educator who has worked with students of all ages, Dr. Coniglione is currently a science instructor at Four Corners Upper School in Davenport, Florida. David Callihan, M.S.
, is a veteran science and math teacher currently serving as an instructor for Zero-G, a space entertainment and tourism company. He has taught physical science and mathematics at Bishop Hall Charter School in Thomasville, Georgia. Mr. Callihan came to teaching after a successful career in manufacturing, oil exploration, and high technology sales. Frenzella Elaine DeLancey, Ph.D.
, was an associate professor of English at Drexel University. She taught courses in American and African-American literature and had served as the director of Drexel’s African-American studies and women’s studies programs. Dr. DeLancey was the founding editor of “BMa: The Sonia Sanchez Literary Review” and was an authority on African-American poet Sonia Sanchez.Scott Dittloff, Ph.D.
, is a professor in the Department of Government and International Affairs at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Dittloff ’s expertise is in Comparative Democratization, International Relations, and Comparative Politics. Dr. Dittloff serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Social Sciences and the British Journal of Applied Science and Technology. He is a former member of the College Board’s CLEP Social Sciences and History test development committee.Mel Friedman, M.S.
, has a diverse background in mathematics, having taught both high school and college-level mathematics courses. A former adjunct professor at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, Mr. Friedman also has developed test items for Educational Testing Service and ACT, Inc.Stu Schwartz, PAEMST
, has been teaching mathematics since 1973. A longtime AP teacher in the Wissahickon (Pa.) School District, Mr. Schwartz is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the highest recognition for K-12 math and science teachers in the United States.