• Improvement of the School Environment (Official Report)
    To: Principal SMK Bagan Serai Dear Sir, Improvement of the School Environment On behalf of the students of SMK Bagan Serai, I, Lee Shun Zhuan, the head prefect would like to draw your attention to certain problems of the students. Our school is the quintessence of schools in Kerian distr...
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  • Use of Online Educational Social Networking in a School Environment
    USE OF ONLINE EDUCATIONAL SOCIAL NETWORKING IN A SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT 1. Does a student-centered online tool such as Ning, foster knowledge construction through discussion boards more than a class-focused online tool, such as a traditional CMS? (Class Management System) • SIGNIFICANCE • LIM...
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  • Kids Feel Safe in East Coast Public School Environment
    Kids feel safe in East Coast public school environment A East Coast high school student stood alone, waiting for a public bus to take him home after school had let out. When he was approached by a group of kids who attempted to assault him, his first instinct was to run. He did not run to a...
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  • Learning Environment and the Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Akwa-Ibom State
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Education is the bedrock of the development of any nation. This is the reason that a government invests heavily in the education of her citizens. Secondary education, a sub-set of the education level, is very necessary in human capital formation. It...
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  • Cleanliness of Schools
    A STUDY ON THE MOST UNSANITIZED AREAS FOUND IN ELIZABETH SETON SCHOOL-SOUTH, YEAR 2011 AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE STUDENTS A Research Proposal Presented to Ms. Elvie Santos of the Languages Department Elizabeth Seton School-South In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in English IV P...
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  • Cleanliness
    What is cleanliness? Cleanliness is the absence of dirt, including dust, stains, bad smells and garbage. Purposes of cleanliness include health, beauty, absence of offensive odor, avoidance of shame, and to avoid the spreading of dirt and contaminants to oneself and others. In the case of glass obj...
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  • Preference for a Learning Environment and Academic Performance of Students in a Selected College of Nursing
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Introduction Learning environment refers to the physical characteristics of the surroundings of the students when learning. These may vary depending on environmental elements such as sound, light, temperature, and design (Tenedero, 2009). Sound is the first element of the...
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  • Cleanliness
    CLEANLINESS means different things to different people. For instance, when a little boy is told by his mother to wash his hands and face, he may think that holding his fingers under a running faucet and wetting his lips is enough. But Mother knows better. She takes him back into the bathroom and scr...
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  • School Staff Handbook
    SULE college Secondary Staff Handbook 2011 ( Sule College 2011 163 Kurrajong Road • Prestons NSW 2170 Phone +61 2 9608 3311 • Fax +61 2 9607 2592 Table of Contents Section 1 4 The Mission 4 The School History 4 The Commitments 5 Section 2 6 Secondary Hie...
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  • Critical Aspects of School
    CRITICAL ASPECTS OF THE SCHOOL Being a girls school St Ursula’s Chamakanga Girls High School experiences difficulties in the course of its development. Some are as discussed below: a) Discipline The schools discipline is average. It has not realized the discipline, a learning institution s...
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  • A Qualitative Investigation of Black Middle School Students’ Experiences of the Role of Teachers in Learning and Achievement
    A QUALITATIVE INVESTIGATION OF BLACK MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS’ EXPERIENCES OF THE ROLE OF TEACHERS IN LEARNING AND ACHIEVEMENT Zebedee Talley Jr. Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University In partial fulfillment of the requirement for the d...
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  • School Ethos
    Outcome 3- Understand school ethos, mission, aims and values 3.1 Explain how the ethos, mission, aims and values of a school may be reflected in working practices. 3.2 Evaluate methods of communicating a school’s ethos, mission, aims and values. The ethos and mission of a school are often refer...
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  • Childhood Obesity Reduction by School Based Programs
    Abstract. Childhood obesity has become one of the most common health problems facing children in America. Results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey reveal that ethnic minority children in the United States are at particular risk for development of cardiovascular disease...
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  • The Study of the Factors Influencing Students Attitudes Towards Learning Mathematics in the Junior Secondary School (a Case Study of Bwari Area Council, Fct Abuja)
    Do not use this project without my permission! Contact Akogu Abbai David Niger State College of Education, Minna Economics/Mathematics +234-08058455069,08068993106 THE STUDY OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING STUDENTS ATTITUDES TOWARDS LEARNING MATHEMATICS IN THE JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL...
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  • Describe with Examples the Kinds of Influences That Affect Children and Young Peoples Development Including, Background, Health, Environment
    Assessment Task TDA – 2.1 Child and young person development. Task 2 links to learning outcome 2, assessment criteria 2.1 and 2.2. Describe with examples the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development, including: - background - heath - environment While c...
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  • The Issue of Handphone in School
    Handphone has become indispensable gadget, an absolute necessity for both adults and children. Like every other invention of man, whether or not to allo the use of handphones in Malaysian schools is not an easy yes-or- no issue. This is the dilemma of the authorities. If properly used,...
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  • High School Life
    My first day as a sophomore was kind of scary. That morning it was pretty hard to wake up since I haven't woken up that early in a while. I wasn't used to the high school environment. Although there are some obvious similarities between junior high and high school, the two are very different in rega...
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  • School Uniforms
    Since former President, Bill Clinton’s State of the Union Address in 1996 there has been a push to propel schools towards the idea of school uniforms (Viadero). While supporters of school uniforms believe such ideas that it creates a safer environment for the students, and they are more focused on...
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  • The Effects of Background Characteristis and School Factors on College Students' Performance and Satisfaction: the Case of the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro
    The Effects of Background Characteristics and School Factors on College Students’ Performance and Satisfaction Akinleke W. Olaitan Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro Abstract Although, the effects of socioeconomic status on college students’ academic performance are often cited, few research stu...
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  • American High School Education System by Leon Botstein
    In the article “Let Teenagers Try Adulthood”, Leon Botstein argues that the American high school is outdated and should be totally rebuilt. The main problem high school system faced with, according to Botstein article, is an overall disintegration of the student culture, which has happened becau...
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