Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education

Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education

The publisher does not give any warranty express or implied or make any representation that the contents will be complete or accurate or up to date. The accuracy of any instructions, formulae, and drug doses should be independently verified with … Continued
How You Choose Your Major

How You Choose Your Major

We live in a world where education occupies a very important role. An educated person is someone who is able to learn how analyzes, synthesize, evaluate, and understand. An education often gives to a person the means to sustain his … Continued
Pttls Legislation and Codes of Practise

Pttls Legislation and Codes of Practise

Summarise the key aspects of current Legislation requirements and Codes of Practice relevant to your subject and the type of organisation within which you work In education there are certain Legislation requirements and Codes of Practice that must be abided … Continued
The Value of Online Learning

The Value of Online Learning

The labor bureau estimated that there will be a need for 580,000 nurses by 2018 due to nurses retiring (AACN, 2010). Colleges are working hard to try to fill this void by offering several programs that fits the needs of … Continued
Wiley’s Approach to Formulaic Writing

Wiley’s Approach to Formulaic Writing

In their quest to find a simple way to assure students have the writing skills they need, teachers are tempted to use formulaic writing. Having a method to rely on seems to be a win -win situation for teachers and … Continued
Technology and Its Effects

Technology and Its Effects

Technology is being used by everybody these days, from cell phones to medical equipment. From my prospective, technology has had a positive impact on our world. Hospitals and clinics use technology to check on patients. Schools use technology to make … Continued
Elevation Speech

Elevation Speech

I was talking to my mother last week on Thursday about how my online schooling works. She was asking me questions like do you just turn in your homework and that’s you participating and do you get any type of … Continued
Youth Nonformal Vocational and Technical Education

Youth Nonformal Vocational and Technical Education

In 1974 the Ministry of Education developed nonformal vocational programs to serve out-of-school youths and adults. In respect of policy measures and institutional reforms, the purpose of adult/youth and nonformal education is to provide an opportunity to those who were … Continued
Experience as an Exchange Student

Experience as an Exchange Student

My experience in the United States as an Exchange Student To be a young adult living in Malaysia, the United States is appeared to be a way off place, both in a social context and geographically. I was sponsored by … Continued
Cert Ed Assessment

Cert Ed Assessment

Other aspects of the module include written assignments on various subjects, one of those subjects is the roles and responsibilities of the teacher, in this assignment the trainee teacher researches the vast amount of roles to be undertaken by the … Continued
Paraeducator Role in the Inclusive Classroom

Paraeducator Role in the Inclusive Classroom

Therefore, para may be considered to be an essential component of free appropriate education (FAPE) which every student with disabilities is entitled to receive (Etscheidt, 2005). Over the past decade, the use of paraeducators has increased as the number of … Continued
What Makes a Good Foreign Language Teacher?

What Makes a Good Foreign Language Teacher?

So what makes a good foreign language teacher? Like all good recipes, the ingredients for the teacher’s success in the classroom are simple, easy to follow, and allow for personal interpretation to enhance the result. First of all the teacher … Continued
Health Education Plan

Health Education Plan

The presentation will be directed towards prevention and awareness of the effects of drug and alcohol use amongst this vulnerable group. It will be held Sunday, April 22, 2012, from 3pm to 7pm at the Campo YMCA in Valrico Florida. … Continued
Preschool Observation

Preschool Observation

Each student has his or her own cubby where they hang their coats, and it has a place at the bottom of it for them to place their lunch, if they brought one, and any library books they might have. … Continued
Group Discussion

Group Discussion

The students just mug up the answers and pour it down on the answer sheets. They don’t have to think. In other words, the education system is just feeding with golden spoons and thus in their later lives, they cannot … Continued
A Report on Youth Unemployability in India

A Report on Youth Unemployability in India

Students have weak foundations because of which they are not picking up new skills. Picking up new skills can develop only when the people lose faith on conventional wisdom. This sentence may appear arbitrary in the beginning but there is … Continued
Benefits of Uniform

Benefits of Uniform

In some Western countries, there is no such thing as school uniform. Students just wear whatever they like as long as appropriate to the norm to their school. But, this kind of things does not happen in our country. Why? … Continued
Reflection Paper on Technology in the Classroom

Reflection Paper on Technology in the Classroom

As I reflect on the revamping and upgrading of the technology department within the classrooms of the Kelsey Unified School District, I can see that many improvements have to be made. The purpose of the technology upgrade is to incorporate … Continued
Personal Responsibility as It Relates to College Success

Personal Responsibility as It Relates to College Success

Traditional college students have many challenges when beginning college life. However, non-traditional students have their own unique challenges when trying to weigh the demands of work, family, social life, and school. For all students, utilizing personal responsibility to achieve college … Continued
Home School vs. Public Education

Home School vs. Public Education

Did you know that home schooling is the fastest growing educational trend in the United Sates, Canada and worldwide? Did you know that the pupil/teacher ratio in 2011 is lower than the pupil/teacher ratio in 2000? Parents today do not … Continued
What Education Means to Me

What Education Means to Me

Education is the procedure by which individual’s skills and abilities are industrialized. Education, in this comprehensive sense, is likewise all that is studied and acquired in a lifespan: customs, information, abilities, curiosities, approaches, and character. From this perspective, individuals turn … Continued
Ethnicity and Education

Ethnicity and Education

Ethnic differences in educational achievement are primarily the result of school factors” Most studies found that overall ethnic minorities tend to do less well than other members of the population when it comes to educational achievement. The government sponsored “Swann … Continued
Blooms Taxonomy

Blooms Taxonomy

The application of the taxonomy in nursing education will be identified. There are three domains within Bloom’s taxonomy. These domains will examined in detail. There will also be references to validate how the taxonomy is used in nursing education. Bloom’s … Continued
Attitude, Legislation, and Litigation

Attitude, Legislation, and Litigation

In this essay we are going to look at some resources that can help the teacher in making some decisions in his/her professional development. As, spending time with a professional technology computer lab instructor at a pre-k through fifth grade … Continued
Blank Slate Theory

Blank Slate Theory

The term blank slate theory refers to when a child is born the thoughts are formed first through exposure to different sensations followed by reflection on the experience. Such as gathering small information like colors and shapes and turning that … Continued
Aed 200/Students Rights and Teacher Responsiblities

Aed 200/Students Rights and Teacher Responsiblities

If a student is harmed because the teacher was unable to foresee the threat, then the teacher can be held accountable. Also if a student is harmed because the teacher failed to pay attention to entire class, the teacher can … Continued
The Teacher Man

The Teacher Man

These are the last lines of the book The Teacher Man by the ever outstanding writer, Frank McCourt. These lines mark the beginning of McCourt’s flight as a writer. McCourt began earning world readership after he published Angela’s Ashes, my … Continued
No Child Left Behind Research

No Child Left Behind Research

A government attempt to fix American Education| Erica Cowan| Abstract Despite the vast majority of Americans that are educated though public school systems very successfully, many student of minority or low-income backgrounds have been “left behind. ” The No Child … Continued
Describe What Montessori Meant

Describe What Montessori Meant

Describe what Montessori meant by’ New Education’ Dr. Maria Montessori is the creator for the Montessori Education Method for a new world who devoted her life to improve children’s education excellence. Her educational method is widely used in schools or … Continued