Learning Theories And Comparison

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

This work will concentrate on the theories of learning and development: firstly will look at the main principles of Behaviourism in general and Constructivism as described by Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky, then it will focus on the impact of these theories in classroom practice, curriculum and child. Although the theories overlap in different ways; ...

Click here to read more arrow

Parental Involvement Is Considered Crucial For Children

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

This assignment will discuss the involvement of parents in children educational achievement. It will open with an examination of what parental involvement means and what is involves. It will then moves to what educational success is and how it is defined. The third section will critically look into the literature to discuss how both of ...

Click here to read more arrow

Need For Action Research

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

Research Title How can I use focus group to improve parental involvement in school base activities in a selected inner-city basic school in Jamaica Chapter 1: Introduction Need for Action Research Over the years educators are faced with many challenges in carrying out their job functions. As a result, action research has been designed to ...

Click here to read more arrow

Understanding Of Child Development

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

This work will concentrate on the theories of learning and development: firstly will look at the main principles of Behaviourism in general and Constructivism as described by Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky, then it will focus on the impact of these theories in classroom practice, curriculum and child. Although the theories overlap in different ways; ...

Click here to read more arrow

Part Time Employment And Their Work

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Chapter 1 1.1 Company’s Profile/ overview (Part time employment and work related attitude in students.) Some students think that part time employment is crucial for their present life and their future careers. The main reasons for getting a part time job include; some students need the finances to pay the expensive school fees while others need ...

Click here to read more arrow

Compare Formative And Summative Forms Of Assessment

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

"We have not fundamentally restructured the way our schools function. We need to stop, take a step back, and ask ourselves some hard questions about the tenets that define our work today. We need to rethink some basic assumptions about the use of time, the structure of the school day, and how we organize our ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Planning Of A Focus Group

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

1. Introduction When designing a new product or service the intention is to satisfy the needs of the user and to create an aspirational product that users want to own. McDonagh-Philip and Bruseberg (2000) discuss the paradigm shift in the design world, where previously designers would create an artefact and expect the user to ...

Click here to read more arrow

International Views On Teachers Cpd

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Introduction This chapter explores definitions of CPD, drawing out its characteristics in order to arrive at an understanding about CPD which can be operationalised in this study. Placing this in context, this chapter links CPD to self-direction and teacher education in Pakistan. What Is Teachers’ CPD Descriptions of CPD which can be found in the ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Critical Thinking Test

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

Chapter 1 Introduction In this ever changing modern technology world, people should be empowered by great potentials and skills to meet its demand. Multi-tasking individuals are the great demands of more companies in different countries around the world. Moreover, everyone is expected to become more functional, more skillful and more productive whether at home, ...

Click here to read more arrow

Dimitrios Zisopoulos Academic Personal And Professional Development

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

[Document subtitle] Dimitrios ZisopoulosAcademic Personal & Professional Development. None Inc. | [Company address] Contents Introduction My name is Dimitrios Zisopoulos. I was born in Athens, Greece but I have been living in the United Kingdom for the last 3 years. I am currently studying BSc Business Information Technology in Swansea Metropolitan University, Wales. From a young age ...

Click here to read more arrow

Educations Quality In Vietnamese School

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

Introduction Nowadays, education is a popular problem which is cared all over the world. Especially in Vietnam, this issue becomes greatly serious because the quality of student is decreasing in alarming level. In fact, there are already enough reasons to worry about it. According to the education development index (EDI) was published by UNESCO in ...

Click here to read more arrow

Views Of Educational Authorities On Effective Teaching

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

A Reflection on Professional Practice in a Secondary School Effective teaching is a multi-faceted phenomenon. Authorities focus on different elements, but some of the common themes include the teacher's understanding of the learner, the ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Social Interaction Language Acquisition Theory

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

This essay will be explaining how language is used by children in early childhood settings and how language is acquired, developed and fostered it will also explain three language developmental theories which are the behaviorist, nativist and the social interaction language acquisition theory and how language is acquired, developed and fostered according to each perspective ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Introduction To The Positive Behavioural Support

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

The last twenty has seen the emergence from Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABS) of Positive Behavioural Support (PBS).ABS was Established in the 1960’s as a science which produces behavioural changes from its learning principles. They are then systematically applied in order to bring about behavioural changes which are socially important (Cooper. Heron & Heward,1987).In the late ...

Click here to read more arrow

Parents To Motivate Their Children

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Introduction High student engagement and motivation result in reduced dropouts and higher students’ success (Blank, 1997; Dev, 1997; Kushman, 2000; Woods, 1995; all in Brewster & Fager, 2000). However, keeping students interested and motivated is challenging. Parents and teachers, who both play a crucial role in cultivating students’ motivation to learn, should collaborate with each ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Major Pitfalls Associated With Using Psychological Measures

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

As assessment practitioners we must accept responsibility for ensuring that the development and use of measures, and the interpretation and reporting of information are non-discriminatory, unbiased, and fair towards all South Africans. What are the major pitfalls (historical and current) associated with using psychological measures in the multicultural South African context Psychological assessment is in ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Effectiveness Of Ict In Higher Education

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Algeria, as a North African country, is a multilingual nation with one official language, namely Modern Standard Arabic (henceforth MSA) and more than two foreign languages French, English, Spanish, etc. It is a country whose teaching-learning contributions and interests are now in how to improve foreign languages for specific purposes particularly English so as to ...

Click here to read more arrow

Education System In Different Countries Of The World

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

2.1 Introduction There is a very strong paradigm in the mind of people that to be educated means a good job with a high salary and a high standard of living. In the following sections the researcher is going to present the meaning, purposes and benefits of education. Then, the education system in different countries ...

Click here to read more arrow

Learning Theory And The Instructional Plan Template

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Stacy Jole Walden University Dr. Susan Webber Design, curriculum, instruction and assessment EDUC-6640-K January 12, 2013 There are many theories and models of learning that address how people learn. These theories and/or models go hand in hand with curriculum and instructional design. Having a theory or model should be a valued prerequisite in designing lessons. ...

Click here to read more arrow

Neuroscience Teaching And Learning

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Name Course Instructor January 12th 2013 Introduction Effective teachers are always examining ways to improve student accomplishment. Since there is no perfect, single solution, teachers rely on research in a bid to guide their practice. Recent scientific innovations have allowed teachers to examine the way the brain works. The stirring learning about the way the ...

Click here to read more arrow

Teachers Have Continuously Used Grades

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Hector Morales Professor Boeck English 109 Argument Essay Teachers have continuously used grades to measure the amount a student has learned at the end of the school year; however the method of using the grading system has become ineffective. Several students have a large range of impressive grades, which shows that grades might not show ...

Click here to read more arrow

What Is The Core Of The Capstone

02 Nov 2017

9 (9 )

Executive Summary What is the core of the capstone? Educational systems across the country, our state, and in our rural region of Kentucky continue a concentrated effort to improve student achievement and the accountability of that effort continues to increase. The belief that all children can learn at high levels has now been put ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Theoretical Foundations For The Study

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION "...some years back when we went to collect the examinations (this was the standard seven examinations), one standard six girl run to us crying for rescue because she was informed that in that very night she was going to marry an old man. She was not in favour of that because she ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Holistic Learning Theory

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

1.0Introduction In our time, and in a world almost without barriers or frontiers, teaching and learning are completely different from they used to be some decades ago because we are facing the challenges of changes at various levels, and higher education is no exception, where the change is being favored for the future prosperity with ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Concept Of Disability

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Introduction People who blind are faced with challenges due to their physical impairment on a daily basis, however, the blind are also faced with social inequalities, prejudice and stereotypes from society and government. This type of discrimination towards people who are different can be seen from a historical, demographical, political, ideological and social perspective. Furthermore, ...

Click here to read more arrow

Enabling And Assessing Learning

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Enabling and Assessing Learning Learning is very complex and there are many theories relate to how students learn. The different theories demonstrate the different ways students learn. The teachers use a variety of theories in practice as this allows enhancing the learners’ experiences of learning. I will look at these learning theories in more detail ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Characteristics Of Effective Instructor

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Instruction is an art and plays a pivotal role in the translation of knowledge. In other words it is a complex and unique activity that depends upon the mastery of instructor in content, classroom control, techniques of organization, and command of teaching skills. It may be classified into effective and ineffective instruction. Effective instruction bases ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Development Of Effective Professional Development

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Numerous times in our lives we have come across words like lecturer, teacher, trainer, coach, mentor, facilitator etc, but seldom do we value the subtle difference between the occupations and responsibilities of each of these roles. However, it does seem that these words being synonyms of each other are in reality a form of professional ...

Click here to read more arrow

Parental Involvement In Student Achievement

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

A Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Postgraduate Diploma in Education for Teaching of Science Of The University of the West Indies St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies Faculty of Humanities and Education School of Education Stacey Arveon Nedd 03715052 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION Tomorrow’s communities will be built ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Means Of The Five Independent Variables

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

independent variables studied with regards to school growth. The findings of the variable School Growth revealed that the resources to conduct the educational program accordingly was the lowest perceived thus rated strongly disagree by the respondents and it were evident that school growth is evident in the number of students. The means of the questions ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Relationship Between The Leaders And Followers

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

Abstract This study examines leadership within a Familial Organisation. The main area of focus is on the transformational leadership qualities that are taken on before, during and after a crisis happens within the organisation and if there are definite leaders or followers within the organisation. The influences on the leadership qualities that were explored within ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Upsr Additional Class

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

INTERNATIONAL DEGREE PROGRAMME A. STUDENT/S TO COMPLETE Module Name: PHILOSOPHIES THAT SHAPE MALAYSIAN EDUCTION Module Code: 4HFE 1050 Student Name: NGO PEI WEN Student ID Number: PLPPIP2011/038/KIC Lecturer Name: MR DANAPALAN A/L GOVINDAN Tutor Group: A1 (AMITAV GHOSH) Assignment No./Name: ASSIGNMENT 1 Due Date: 14 MARCH 2013 Date Submitted: 14 MARCH 2013 Word Count: 3496 ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Power Of Face To Face Education

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

Abdulmajeed Alruqi Mike Cooney ENGL111-02K-K2-201230 Face to face learning better than online learning The great aim of education is not knowledge, but action- Herbert Spencer Education is a very important part of our life and no one can deny importance of education in this era. No matter what happens people should continue to learn. Now ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Causes Of Teacher Attrition

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

2.0 Introduction This chapter focuses on review of literatures related to the study, starting with studies on causes of teacher attrition, this is because without attrition there will be no retention. In other words, all researches on teacher retention emanated as a result of teacher attrition. Other important aspects covered by this chapter are; factors ...

Click here to read more arrow

The English Language And Impact On Employability

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

In 2010, The New Economic Model (NEM) initiative was introduced by our Prime Minister to propel the country to a high-income nation by 2020 through a knowledge-economy. But among the critical success factors outlined in the report titled ‘New Economic Model for Malaysia Part 1’ (National Economic Advisory Council. 2010, pp. 105), is English proficiency ...

Click here to read more arrow

Studying A Child S Holistic Development

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

P6: Describe the longitudinal study you carried out When I went for the first time at the nursery, I asked my supervisor to give me a list of children which attend the nursery every Friday as this is the day that I was going to carry out the observations. At the end, I decided ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Question Of Inclusive Education

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Allen Moredock PSYC2200 – Educational Psychology u04a1 Inclusion in Education Position Paper Capella University December 2012 My Position The question of inclusive education is both complex and contentious. There are many informed opinions and solutions from researchers, politicians, and teachers surrounding debates on inclusion. When considering whether a special needs student has been successfully included, ...

Click here to read more arrow

Types Of Ict Tools

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Information and Communication Technology consists of various tools and systems that can be exploited by capable and creative teachers to improve teaching and learning situations. Lim and Tay (2003) classification of ICT tools as : 1) Informative tools - Internet, Network Virtual Drive, Intranet systems, Homepage, etc. 2) resignation devices - CD-ROM, etc. 3) Constructive ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Zone Of Proximal Development

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

Firstly the cognitive stage, this is when the learner is given verbal instruction on the task in hand which includes them to using personal perception and decision making how to perform the skill correctly. The second stage, associative being when the skill is repetitively performed to correctly performs the task. And the final stage when ...

Click here to read more arrow

The History About Distance Education

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

E-learning (or Distance Education) is a recognized educational practice that supports a flexible model of access to knowledge, enabling education and training numerically larger audience than what is traditional education models can effectively support (Som Naidu, 2006). As the years go by, ways of learning is changing modified and adapted to suit the trends and ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Centrality Of Language In Life

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

Chapter 2 Literature Review 2.1 Introduction Perhaps the extra knot that strangles my voice is rage. I am enraged at the false persona I’m being stuffed into, as into some clumsy and overblown astronaut suit. I’m enraged at my adolescent friends because they can’t see through the guise, can’t recognize the light-footed dancer I really ...

Click here to read more arrow

The System Of Education

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Besides, there are many definition of curriculum from all over the world. Each nation or country has their own perspectives about education curriculum. In Latin, ‘curriculum’ refers to racing chariot; where the term ‘currere’ means ‘running’. In other words, curriculum encompasses all the experiences of an individual including the tasks undertaken from childhood until adulthood. ...

Click here to read more arrow

Characteristics Of Effective Leadership In Education

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Introduction Success of an organization, society, or group depends on the effectiveness of leadership employed. Revolutionary changes experienced today in most workplaces have led to the need for competent and effective leaders of character. While many factors lead to the success of an organization, the major feature that distinguishes a successful organization from one that ...

Click here to read more arrow

The National Education Policy

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

First principle is integrated approach, which means an approach where knowledge, skills, and values are combined to integrate the physical, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual aspects. The integrated concept occurs through four ways, which are skills cohesion, infusion, integration of two elements and element across the curriculum. Skills cohesion divided into two aspects, which are in ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Impacts Of Educational Change And Teaching

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

Bartlett, (1990) states that reflective practice is the only process that serves teachers need for them to constantly improve their teaching style by asking themselves the "what and why" questions. When reflecting on the what and why questions, the teachers begin to control their everyday teaching. This is to see what degree of ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Universalization Of Elementary Education

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

The programme is looking to open new schools in those habitations without schooling facilities and to strengthen existing school infrastructure through provision of additional class rooms, toilets, drinking water, maintenance grant and school improvement grants. SSA is now the primary vehicle for implementing the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE). [1]  Existing schools with ...

Click here to read more arrow

Implemented In Educational Practice

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

As a matter of fact, the nature/nurture debate has dominated the thoughts of researchers for a long time as people have been trying to find out the origin of intelligence. Bee (2004) believed that this question could possibly be among the oldest theories debated in psychology. The nurture view holds that human mind was born ...

Click here to read more arrow

Values And Culture Impact On The Leadership

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

http://www.strategies-for-managing-change.com/images/leadership-characteristics.jpg Submitted to: ABC Submitted By: XYZ Roll No. Table of Contents Summary This study seeks to contribute the knowledge of Personnel leadership in an attempt to identify the characteristics of effective leaders. Assignment focused on physical traits, intelligence, and personality. Although some personal features were frequently related to leadership, the results were usually weak ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Component Display Theory

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

Assignment Two This essay consists of two closely related topics which we would examine in details. The former portion of the essay explains the Component Display Theory (CDT) developed by David Merrill, which is part of the processes in instructional design. An example of how Component Display Theory could be incorporated in the design of ...

Click here to read more arrow

Social And Economic Development Of Secondary Education

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

Only society’s bourgeoisie had the means of accessing education prior World War II. Following WW2, education transformed from elite to mass education mainly because businesses needed skilful workers and because Britain wanted to keep society in control due to the mass revolutions that were taking place in the world. Some were opposed to the mass ...

Click here to read more arrow

Grade Retention Versus Social Promotion

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

A Policy for Elementary Schools Touro University Melissa Peters Student retention and social promotion is a widely debated topic among educators, parents and many others. Research on this issue has been ongoing for several decades, and it is a frequently studied topic. Those that advocate retention feel that it provides an opportunity for ...

Click here to read more arrow

What Is A Curriculum

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Curriculum C:\Users\Bhavna\Desktop\sidivinayak.jpg Introduction Through this submission, I will address my understanding of curriculum design, implementation and evaluation. How different curriculum models affect the teaching and learning process and how to design and implement curriculum that incorporates individual learners needs promoting inclusiveness and hence making teaching learning process more enjoyable and meaningful. Curriculum design, implementation and ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Cognitive Developmentalists Jean Piaget

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

Jean Piaget (1896-1980) is well known for his stage theory of cognitive development which consists of four major developmental stages that occur between birth and adulthood; sensori-motor stage, developing operations, concrete operations and formal operations. (Blake & Pope, 2008) There are many criticisms of Piaget’s theory, one of which is that Piaget had set high ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Adult Literacy Professional Development Discussion Online

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

[Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] [Type the document subtitle] Table of Contents How would you describe your cultural background? Explain ...

Click here to read more arrow

The History Of The The Victorian Government

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

INTRODUCTION This essay will identify a specific topic within one of the foundation subjects, include a lesson plan around that topic and identify a range of resources which could be used within the lesson, analysing one particular resource and describing how it would be used to enhance teaching and learning. The teaching of the chosen ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Malaysian Education Systems

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

(NPE) consist of several elements to produce individuals who are intellectually, spiritually, emotionally, and physically balanced and harmonic. The first element of (NPE) is education as an on-going effort which involves process of acquiring and transferring of knowledge, skills and noble values which start from an early age till death. It is vital to shape ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Transatlantic Outreach Program

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

It is commonly known that there were, and still are, many challenges in multicultural education. Effectively implementing multicultural education takes time, energy, and an immense deal of work. However, I have been around long enough to have witnessed the potential in these children: students who "see" themselves and "hear" their voices in the curriculum, and ...

Click here to read more arrow

Project Recommendations To Date

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

Introduction This essay will discuss how we can effectively include these students into the education system. It will review literature regarding schools collaborating with students and parent, enabling them to fully participation in the school ethos. It will also discuss how professionals interact within the structured framework of education. How staff share information and ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Special Education Programs

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

According to Seattle University Editors Curtis, Galbreath and Curtis (2005), students with emotional and behavioral disorders are struggle to change over a long period of time because they are labeled as having emotional instability and challenging behavior. It also affects the child’s educational performance. According to the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education ...

Click here to read more arrow

Teaching Students With Autism

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

[Author] [Institution] Teaching Students with ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability affecting a child’s social interaction, communication, imagination and performance at school (Symes and Humphrey‎, 2011). The number of children with ASD is increasing in recent years, with prevalence rate estimated at 1 in 110 children in the US (Ryan et al, ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Education System Organized And Systematic

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Integrated approach is an approach where knowledge, skills and values are combined to integrate the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual aspects. Actually, the integrated concept occurs through four ways which are skills cohesion, infusion, integration of two elements and element-across-the-curriculum. Skills cohesion is carried out either in one subject or between subjects. In one subject, ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Student Guidance And Support Policy

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Feedback/Feed forward I found the capacity to reflect difficult in the word count limit with still having to include a minimum of 10 references to literature and policy even though it was a credit top up assignment and only having to complete 2 out of the 5 formative assignments. I feel that if this ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Vocational Education Sector

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

Since technology advances in today’s workplace, there is an increasing demand for well trained entry level workers. Increasing numbers of companies are establishing partnership training agreements in order to ensure their continued success in the business world, to be competitive, and to improve productivity. The reasons many educational and training institutions such as polytechnics are ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Relation Between Teachers And Students Beliefs

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

After years working as a teacher of English and an academic officer at an English as a foreign language (EFL) private school in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) of Vietnam, I have noticed that Vietnamese EFL learners evaluate school quality firstly and mostly through their perceptions of the teachers’ teaching methods. Remarkably, most of them ...

Click here to read more arrow

Globalization Impact On Higher Education In The Uae

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

GLOBALIZATION impact on HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UAE The term Globalization was created by Reiser and Davies in 1944 to refer to the process of integrating societies by removing geographical, legal, and political constraints. It is one of the important issues that have attracted global attention of academicians, researchers, businessmen, policy makers, politicians, social workers, ...

Click here to read more arrow

How Can You Implement Student Centred Learning

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Learning is often presented in this dualism of either student-centred learning or teacher-centred learning. In the reality of practice the situation is less black and white. A more useful presentation of student-centred learning is to see these terms as either end of a continuum, using the three concepts regularly used to describe student-centred learning (See ...

Click here to read more arrow

Emotional And Behavior Disorders

02 Nov 2017

7 (7 )

Abstract The purpose for my research paper was to measure whether or not behavior modification and multisystem interventions would help promote a better outcome with students that suffer from Emotional and Behavior Disorders. The participants in the study included 10 students from Williamsburg County Magnet School of the Arts that had been clinically diagnosed with ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Use Of An Authoritative Parenting Method

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

There has been much research and debate on what makes the best parent with the pioneering paper written by Diana Baumrind in 1966, with many others following suite. These studies have suggested that the various parenting practices are related to a child’s ability to perform in school and the behavioural problems which affect his or ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Most Important Personal Skills

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

Introduction Life at a university provides a wealth of opportunity for students. One of them is the chance for personal development. During this period, students can develop important skills that they will use throughout their lives. The skill development is becoming an increasingly important concept in today’s highly competitive business environment (Fallows and Steven, 2000). ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Final Crucial Principal Of Kbsr

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION PROGRAMME A. STUDENT/S TO COMPLETE Module Name: Module Code: Student Name: Student ID Number: Lecturer Name: Tutor Group: Assignment No./Name: Due Date: Date Submitted: Word Count: Declaration By submitting this work you (the student) confirm that it is your own work and that you have read and understood the University’s regulations relating to ...

Click here to read more arrow

What Languages Are Chosen In Malaysian Family Domain

02 Nov 2017

9 (9 )

INTRODUCTION Language choice is a sociolinguistic phenomenon which refers to selecting languages for different purposes in different contexts in bi-/multilingual societies. Several questions may arise regarding choice of language, such as: Is the choice natural or forced? What makes this language choice an obvious issue and concern? What are the intentions of an individual when ...

Click here to read more arrow

History Of The Holistic Development Of Individual

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Integrated approach is the one of the element in the principles. It means an approach where knowledge, skills, and values are combined to integrate the physical, emotional, spiritual, social and intellectual aspects. There are four ways that bound to it which are skills cohesion, element-across-the-curriculum, infusion and integration. English is the medium of language ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Origins Of Problem Based Learning

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

In the other hand, PBL could be learned in a distance mode. Its characteristics go very well with those of an elearning mode. This paper focuses on the anatomy of tutorial groups and participants’ roles. It presents the key steps in the PBL discussion process and the seven jump method. In addition it gives the ...

Click here to read more arrow

He Number Of Courses And Teaching Material Available

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

Professor Lipman’s contribution and influence to PFC continued through his publications. With Ann Margaret Sharp, Lipman produced a series of novels, each with their accompanying manual (Martin, 2011). These philosophical novels are about a group of children who encounter philosophical problems and discuss them with intellectual curiosity and philosophical reflection. In 1974 Lipman published his ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Necessary Shift From Behaviourism To Transactional Constructivism

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

IMPLICATIONS FOR DESIGNING SUSTAINABLE SCHOOLS TO ACT PEDAGOGICALLY After spending a few days in each school, talking to the pupils, teachers, and architects, after reflecting on that experience and analysing the data gathered, a myriad of relationships emerged linking the sustainable school design and its impact on the learning. Besides, I believe there a few ...

Click here to read more arrow

History Of Education In Malaysia

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Personal Particular NAME : Fat’hul Jannah binti Abd Hamid GROUP : A3 – Kazuo Ishiguro MATRIC NO : PLPPIP2011/015/KIC I/C NO : 930301-08-6022 COURSE CODE : 4 FHE 1050 LECTURER’S NAME : Mr. Danapalan A/L Govindan Contents Acknowledgement First and foremost, I would like to thank to my lecturer of this project, Mr Dhanapalan for the valuable guidance and advice. ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Technology Of Multimedia

02 Nov 2017

9 (9 )

CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Introduction This chapter reviews on past research on related issues is appropriate before developing the interactive multimedia encyclopedia for primary school children. The researchers on related are important to ensure the development of the application is benefiting the children and provides effective learning. Among the topics covered in this chapter are ...

Click here to read more arrow

Current Pedagogical Approaches To Education For Children

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

There is a rich body of research on dyslexia as a product of over one hundred years of research. The focus of the investigation covers a very wide scope including the nature, causes, diagnosis, and various forms of treatment based on different underpinning theories and philosophies. The most recent research acknowledges that both genetic ...

Click here to read more arrow

A Home Based Bilingual Education

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Broadly define, "bilingual education" is the usage of two language in teaching academic content to students. The terms "Bilingual teaching" and "Bilingual education" are often used interchangeably, but in actual they are of different practices. Bilingual education refers to the usage of two language where one is the mother tongue and the other the secondary ...

Click here to read more arrow

Should Special Education Students Be Retained

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

Karen Mauldin Touro University Intro to Special Education SPED 603 Introduction Special education students are students with special needs and challenges and therefore require individual attention. Special education students require interventions, equipment and materials to help them learn and thrive in the educational setting. It is important for special education students to learn in the ...

Click here to read more arrow

Emotional Intelligence And Academic Achievement Motivation Among Adolescents

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

ABSTRACT The present paper is an attempt to examine relationship between emotional intelligence and academic achievement motivation. It also studies the emotional intelligence of students with high, average and low academic achievement motivation. Sample for the study includes 105 students (48 boys and 57 girls) of class XII of Patna. The data were analyzed with ...

Click here to read more arrow

What Is Cooperative Learning

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

In this assignment I will review literature and research on the impact of group work in developing learning in the mathematics classroom. Theoretical approaches to group work When discussing the theoretical approaches that underpin the use of group work in the classroom, I will attribute the majority of my focus to the history and development ...

Click here to read more arrow

Video And Screen Capture Technology

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

The use of technology within education is increasing, with teachers take advantage of the benefits to students. The use of e-Assessment is being used in many areas to evaluate skills and knowledge. This can range from students completing a simple quiz to an on-screen test that automatically mark students’ tests. My own experience completing ...

Click here to read more arrow

To Improve My Teaching Skills

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

I would like to teach in a way that will inspire my students. Teachers can inspire students while still teaching to the assessment. Creativity came to great interest, as I wanted to know how teachers come up with creative ideas, how did they implement this into their planning and what activities and techniques do their ...

Click here to read more arrow

Context Of Parental Involvement

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

2.1 Introduction This chapter presents the review of literature on job satisfaction and employee expectation in general and also focuses on Pakistani scenario. Parent involvement is a valuable component of any student’s education. It is a well-established fact that parental involvement is linked to children’s success at school. When parents are involved in their children’s education ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Procedure Of Focus Group

02 Nov 2017

9 (9 )

In this chapter, the method adopted to respond to the research question is discussed. In the first section, a motivation for this study is provided, followed by methodological overview of this study. Next, the sampling method, rationale for the method selected and the criteria for selecting the research respondents are explained. Subsequently, a description ...

Click here to read more arrow

A Followership Leadership Approach To Managing Student Leaders

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Introduction Managing men [people] is very different from managing machines, materials and money. Men in the work scene bring with them positive and negative emotions and attitudes which determine their personal efficiency and often spell their organization’s survival. (Lorenzana, 1998:7) The core business of managing people in an educational organization is to promote students’ learning. ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Education Reform Movement

02 Nov 2017

6 (6 )

Professor Name Course Number Day Month Year Charter Schools and Education Reform In the film, Waiting for Superman, Davis Guggenheim accuses teachers unions of preventing education reform that would reward good teachers and remove poorly performing teachers. Guggenheim believes the majority of public schools teachers are incompetent, and retain their position with the public ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Three Most Common Types Of Classroom Organization

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

There are three different categories of school learning environments which are competitive, individualistic, or cooperative (Johnson, Johnson, & Holubec 1994). Competitive classrooms are based on the concept of ranking. Summative assessment is used to differentiate among individual students. Only one student can be #1, the ‘every man for themselves’ approach. In ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Process Of Preparation Before Teaching

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

Introduction Planning is the process of preparation before teaching begins. Then it considers the activities that occur in the classroom, where the excitement, the interaction with students, and the reward of watching children make progress take place. Outstanding teacher have well-developed planning and organizational skills. Effective teachers first define what is to be taught and ...

Click here to read more arrow

Teaching Children With English

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Name: Instructor: Institution: The use of English as an additional language (EAL) and Special Education Need (SEN) in early year’s classroom in Britain has posed numerous advantages and disadvantages. This has forced the Government to come up with different learning strategies to counter the limitations that both learning skills present. It is better to not ...

Click here to read more arrow

Critical Analysis Of Tylers Rationale And Schwabs Practical

02 Nov 2017

9 (9 )

INTRODUCTION As mentioned by Schwab (1969), theory is used to illumine and enhance practice. A single theory is incomplete and partial. Thus, using only one particular theory in developing a curriculum may not be desirable. In this essay, I will first present Tyler’s Rationale and Schwab’s ‘Practical’ approach. By ...

Click here to read more arrow

Young Childrens Ability To Identify Ambient

02 Nov 2017

1 (1 )

The current generation of young children in Britain has more access to media than any preceding generation (von Feilitzen, Carlsson, & Bucht, 2010). It has been estimated that children aged 5 to 15 spend as long as 2.5 hours per day watching television; two-thirds access the Internet on most days, and 30% of those ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Effects On Academic Performance

02 Nov 2017

5 (5 )

Grace Rocha WRI 10-29D Argumentative Paper Final Draft May 7, 2013 College: Effects on Academic performance College life can be nerve-racking, although it is without doubt one of the most unforgettable experiences in one's life. It corresponds an important develop moral stage for both late teenagers and young adults. College Students deal with so much ...

Click here to read more arrow

The History Of The Professional Development Plan

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

Linda Fairchild LIST 5317 Cohort 14 Iberia Parish / Delcambre High School English III Professional Development Plan – Part 2 Goal: The goal of this professional development project is for teachers to implement technology in their lessons while using high-yield strategies such as summarizing and comparing/contrasting. Objectives: Teachers will utilize the Promethean ActivBoard to implement ...

Click here to read more arrow

In The Enhancement Of Self Representation

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

INTRODUCTION Education in the prime sagacity is any proceed or familiarity that has a significant consequence on the mentality, temperament or physical capability of an individual. In its logical sagacity, education is the progression by which culture deliberately transmits its accumulated acquaintance, skills and morals from one generation to another. As defined by Dewey ...

Click here to read more arrow

Process Of Gathering And Interpreting Information

02 Nov 2017

3 (3 )

Assessment is a process of gathering and interpreting information about learners to determine the learning goals of an academic program. Assessment allows learners to demonstrate what they have learned or what they already know and how they can use the knowledge. It is an integral part of teaching and learning. There are many ...

Click here to read more arrow

Metaphor For And Curriculum As Metaphor

02 Nov 2017

2 (2 )

A metaphor (from the Greek metapherein, meaning "transference") is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is used to describe something it does not literally denote, example the journal is a gem (McGlone, 2007). In my opinion, metaphor is used by someone to make something easier to understand by analogizing it. Metaphor ...

Click here to read more arrow

A Case Of Elgeiyo Marakwet County

02 Nov 2017

4 (4 )

Introduction Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become an important part of most organizations and businesses these days. Computers began to be placed in schools in the early 1980s, and several research has revealed that ICT will be an important part of education for the next generation too (Bransford, Brown, & Cocking, 2000). Further Dawes ...

Click here to read more arrow

The Cabinet Committee On Implementation Of Education Policy

02 Nov 2017

8 (8 )

Integrated approach is an approach where knowledge, skills and values are combined to integrate the physical, emotional, spiritual and intellectual aspects. Actually, the integrated concept occurs through four ways which are skills cohesion, infusion, integration of two elements and element-across-the-curriculum. Skills cohesion is carried out either in one subject or between subjects. In one subject, ...

Click here to read more arrow
Get in Touch With us

Get in touch with our dedicated team to discuss about your requirements in detail. We are here to help you our best in any way. If you are unsure about what you exactly need, please complete the short enquiry form below and we will get back to you with quote as soon as possible.