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The purpose of attending school is to provide equal education to all students—one that will not only give them a good understanding about the society, but also give them skills to survive and make the world a better place. However, not all students have the same learning capabilities with some...

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The case study provides an observational checklist of characteristics of the development of higher-order thinking and symbol usage for primary grade students. Higher order thinking skills involve logical, critical, metacognitive, reflective, and creative thinking activated whenever we tackle with non-standard situations, uncertainties, unfamiliar problems, or dilemmas. Successful deployment of higher...

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If you want to make your curriculum design stand out and then successfully carry it out, you should prepare very cautiously. You should also be very concentrated when designing and carrying out your curriculum. Theory supports this observation. For example, Elliot Eisner said that a very good education curriculum was...

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Following a literature analysis on research carried out by multiple authors concerning the correlation between poverty and learning, several findings were yielded. First, it was discovered that poverty causes societal issues such as security and health, which in turn affects student’s abilities to go to school, thus interfering with their...

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It must be noted that there is no such thing as the ideal degree program. No one will be happy with all required courses. Furthermore, it is likely that individuals may graduate from a program and discover that there is a fundamental aspect of their education that is lacking. A...

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While I had never really considered my education a journey, after reading Matthew Sanders’ “Becoming a Learner,” I can now see that there are specific steps to accomplishing what I need to while in college. Sanders gives information about the generalities of becoming a particular type of person while in...

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Definition Intellectual capital can be defined as the total amount of resources that make a company competitive in the market and therefore, defines its worth (Adelman, 2010). However, these resources do not necessarily imply the financial worth of an organization. It may include the expertise and skills that workers of...

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Introduction In today’s society of busy people and a high tech environment, classes which were traditional taught in the classroom are often taught online. There is a debate as to whether online learning or face to face learning is best for certain subjects. In addition, some propose that a combination...

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In order to be successful on a standardized test, one must must have highly developed analytical skills; therefore, when it comes to standardized test, I am a person who reads slowly and deliberately in order to accurately analyze the material. On the converse side of test taking is the anxiety...

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In “The Rhythmic Claims of Freedom and Discipline” the author argued that modern, western students are at risk of becoming bored with their studies because they are seeking bland information rather than pursuing knowledge and wisdom. The chapter suggests that today’s educational system should cater more to the grander ideas...

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Proposition 13 is a tax reform bill that was adopted in 1978. It capped tax rates on residential property, businesses, and farms (California Tax Data, par 5). Under Proposition 13, real estate is only assessed when it changes ownership (California Tax Data, par 8). While almost any measure that promises...

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As the world economy becomes more and more driven by knowledge, obtaining a higher education has become a necessary prerequisite to reaching professional success and establishing financial security for oneself and one’s family. At the same time, however, along with demand for higher education in the professional sphere, its price...

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U.S. is one of the most diverse countries in the world and this diversity is even represented on its academic campuses. It is not uncommon for American universities to boast that over hundred nationalities are represented on their campus. This diverse composition of American universities doesn’t only reflect America’s embrace...

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The education of gifted children requires the educator to recognize and understand the differences between gifted children and their non-gifted peers. Gifted children often require a different type of stimulation and learning to best accommodate their needs and improve their potential. However, the current trend in education revolves around proficiency...

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O`Conner (2003) claims that the writer is the only person who is responsible for cohesiveness and comprehensiveness of the content. If a text sounds unclear to a reader, it is not the reader`s fault but a writer`s. The vast majority of readers put up with this confusion whereas for some...

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If I could choose one single quality that I find most important for a teacher, it would be empathy. In my opinion, empathy is the cornerstone of any teaching process, the essential element, the sine qua non. An empathetic teacher is imaginative, reflective, kind, and shows understanding (Simpson & Sacken,...

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John Dewey’s “My Pedagogic Creed” is his declaration of beliefs concerning education and what he believes education should be. Dewey sets out to impress his audience by breaking his creed into sections befitting an official declaration. Dewey obviously wishes for readers to understand the importance of what he is stating....

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Education as we once knew it has changed greatly and will continue to do so in the next 50 years. From the earliest form of learning in a one-room school with copying and memorizing as the primary forms of teaching to many students who chose to learn online today, there...

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The role of the early years setting in preparing young learners to lead a healthy lifestyle essential to their learning The beginning years of every child is very crucial, this is when his/her mind is very delicate and adopts easily to what he/she is exposed to be it at home...

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Globalization has increased connectedness and communication, and in so doing there is the development of converging social values-at least to some extent. Another aspect of globalization is that it provides for comparisons, as the broader social world becomes available to researchers, however there is always a danger of the imposition...

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Inequality in education remains a pressing problem in America. Although citizens of the U.S. are expected to enjoy the same liberties and rights, they are very far from being equal. Unfortunately, socioeconomic factors, such race, income, and place of living, continue determining people’s perspectives in life. Chapter 13 provides some...

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Part of my responsibilities as a nurse is reporting to my manager. Therefore, for this discourse, I chose to interview him since he also mentors on the best practices within the profession. The topics which were covered during the interview relate to budgeting and management. From the interview, budget management...

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According to the National Parent-Teacher Association’s website (n.d.), the first two standards are to 1) welcome all families into the school community and 2) to communicate effectively (Successful Family-School Partnerships section, para. 2-3). The first standard is important because all families should feel welcome in the public education system, especially...

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The curricular design of nursing programs must embody a set of key principles and resources that are designed to have a lasting impact on nursing education and knowledge generation. Educators must be able to demonstrate their ability to meet the required standards and regulations that govern nursing education and curricular...

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David L. Evans wrote in Paying Kids to Study? Not a Crazy Idea that black students often have a difficult time when they decide to go against the norm and attempt to be good students. The author uses the examples of Tiger Woods and the Williams sisters to demonstrate that...

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