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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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The goal of our project is to initiate the “White Ribbon Campaign” which promotes awareness and education about the violence that women experience on a daily basis. One of the most common forms of violence against women is domestic abuse, in which a woman is abused by either her husband...

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“Education is a power but co-education is a super power.” Therefore, gender-specific schools have no place in modern society because society has realized there are no intellectual differences between men and women. Historically, the general idea had been that women’s place is at home while only men have the right...

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Even the most passionate opponents of Apple products and Steve Jobs admitted that he had an enormous impact on the technological industry. Technological innovations offered by Jobs have changed people’s approach to consumer electronics and, eventually, their everyday experience. His death in 2011 showed that the global community believed him...

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While researching texts on sexual education, one of the crucial points one comes across to reveals the many misconceptions about sexual education among the young population. Scholar literature have cited how today’s teens have a wide information source about sex from movies, magazines, the internet, sexual images and messages everywhere....

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Studying abroad is a popular way for students to have an enjoyable experience during their education. There are many students who are able to take the opportunity to study abroad. According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 4.1 million students were studying abroad in 2010, a rise of...

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Question One Some of the ideas presented by Steve Jobs during his commencement speech at Stanford University in 2005 that I find exciting include his decision to drop out of school because he had not established what he wanted to do with his life so as to save his parent’s...

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The Preamble to the Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers emphasizes that its mission is to “enhance human well-being and meet the basic human needs of all people” (NASW, 2008) as social workers are poised to do. Similarly, Walden University’s mission that “provides a diverse community...

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Corporal punishment is a punishment of a child by a parent or other relative, usually done by spanking, slapping, or whipping with a belt, paddle, walking stick, or home shoes. In many cultures, it was believed that parents had a duty to punish children, and corporal punishment was considered acceptable....

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Arts come in three major categories which are visual arts, literature and performing arts. Under visual arts are items such as paintings and drawings. Literature, on the other hand, constitutes things such as novels and poetry while performing arts involve things such as music and dance. This paper analyzes a...

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There are many different ways that a teacher will be able to create an environment that fosters the development of Standard Australian English while valuing linguistic diversity at the same time, as written and oral forms of language are only different on the surface (An Alternate View of Learning, p.28)....

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Title: Wearing Uniform Specific Purpose: to persuade my audience that wearing uniform is a necessity. Central Idea: wearing uniform helps to reduce bullying and achieve academic success. Introduction Attention Step: The schools were uniform is not obligatory suffer from low academic performance and bullying by their students. Credibility Statement: Children...

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Although spanking a child has historically been a common method of administering discipline, both in homes and sometimes in schools, nearly all experts today believe that spanking can cause significant more harm than good. A modern understanding of corporal punishment, which involves inflicting physical punishments including spanking, reveals that there...

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Plagiarism is nowadays one of the major concerns in the field of education, while it is also has a significant relevance for science, art, and mass media. Plagiarism is essentially an act of stealing someone's ideas or words and presenting them as one's original work. Though plagiarism is not regarded...

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Rise or decrease in revenue upon increase in tuition is dependent on demand. In the recent past, a number of public and private colleges have experimented the effect of reducing tuition fee on financial performance of the institutions. Such efforts are informed by the rising price of college education that...

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The United States has long offered free public education for K-12 through state and federal funding. Due to the increase in the cost of attending a two-year or four-year college, new ways must be created to help today’s college students get a higher education degree without incurring debt. Many college...

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