There are many important factors to consider when teaching students aged in their middle childhood (6-10 years) and planning curriculum. During this time the student’s physical development is changing dramatically and as teachers we need to understand the changes they are going through so we can a...
Dr. Stephen Clifford
10 March 2011
Educating a Child Inside and Out
“Just say NO!” This is an exclamation that we begin teaching our children in an attempt to keep them safe from harm. “Say no to drugs!” “Say no to strangers!” Our attempts in protecti...
“Obesity has been defined as the excessive accumulation of body fat occurring in children and people being more than 10 pounds over the weight for their height and body type” (The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2011). Obesity in young children has become a major issue becau...
Experience of teaching children reading and writing of their first language Spoken language requires a large extent of rote – this is in terms of the vocabulary and sentence construct: what is a different object or action or qualification etc. called is something without a necessary logic (it is o...
PASSING THE TORCH OF KNOWLEDGE
A PLAN B PAPER SUBMITTED TO THE
DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM STUDIES,
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION,
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII AT MANOA
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS
FOR THE DEGREE OF
MASTER OF EDUCATION IN CURRICULUM STUDIES
Sarah Fegutua’i Chan...
Topic 1: Increasing travels between countries enable people to learn different cultures or to increase tension between people from different countries?
Globalisation is a catch-all term that refers to any activity that involves more than one country, for example, travel from one country to anothe...
IN PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY
A SCHOOL BASED EDUCATIONAL
PROGRAMME FOR REDUCING CONSUMPTION
OF CARBONATED DRINKS
Determining effective strategies for the prevention of childhood obesity is paramount, given the rising prevalence worldwi...
1. Describe my childcare setting and outline how I developed the programme along with others:
“Unless you plan, I don’t think you really focus on the children and what they need next in their learning and development. And that means you are unlikely to have appropriate expectations...
Writing a Cover Letter/Personal Essay for a Scholarship* **
1. Use your resume as the database for the cover letter or essay. If you cannot include your resume with the cover letter or essay, as in most scholarship applications, you will need to include all information from your resume in th...
Completion checklist and time lines 3
Assessment guidelines 4
Submission Information 4
About Problem Based Learning 4
What is reflection? 7
Why reflect - what are the benefits to the student? 8
How do I ‘reflect’? 9
Introducing Reflection 9
A STUDENT'S GUIDE TO COLLEGE WRITING
Writing to Communicate and Solve Problems
Rhetoric is the art, practice and study of human communication.
THE RELEVANCE OF WRITING
Contents of this Chapter
Writing as a Professional Skill
ENG122:English Composition II
Instructor: Jane McAdams
September 20, 2012
Child obesity is a worldwide epidemic that has been going on for years. Child obesity is an important issue b...
In the Early Hours: Reflections on Spiritual and Self Development (Khurram Murad)
THE title of this book, In the Early Hours, has been carefully and specifically chosen to highlight that precious but
often neglected time during the night that Allah is closest and most receptive to His...
Differing Views on the Causes
Understanding the causes of childhood obesity is essential to providing solutions to the problem. In recent years, the average American has seen dramatic lifestyle changes, including consumption of easily accessible high-calorie foods a...
Changes in Early Years: Influences on Provision and My Practice
I work from my own home as a childminder, working from 7.30 to 6.30 five days a week. As I work in partnership with other local networks, such as nurseries and schools, there is a lot of coming and going, making my day and setting a...
Intense personal memories and reflections have always been an inspiration to poets. Explore this concept with regards to the poems that you have studied referring to three poems in detail and at least three poems from your wider reading.
The theme of reflections is something frequently explored i...