• Importance of B.Ed Course
    SCHEME OF EXAMINATION AND SYLLABUS FOR B. Ed. ONE YEAR REGULAR COURSE TO BE IMPLEMENTED FROM THE SESSION 2010-11 PART I: THEORY (PAPERS I- VII) |PAPER |NOMENCLATURE |Max. Marks |Periods per Week |
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  • The Importance of Sleep in Academia: Why Schools Must Adjust to the Needs of Their Students
    Tony is a seventeen-year-old high school senior who feels tired every morning, regardless of how long he slept the night before. He has tried going to bed earlier, but can not seem to fall asleep until late at night. Tony wakes up at six o’ clock to get ready for school, but regularly arrives la
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  • Children & Schools
    Fieldwork Paper Observation: For my observation program, I was placed in the Progressive School of Long Island, located in Merrick. I was assigned to work with Kindergartners under the supervision of teachers Jennifer Frank and Sangeeta Patel. It was explained to me that the students at t
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  • Art Education in Public Schools
    Art Education in Public Schools One morning, a fifth grader took in her hand a violin, and it changed her life forever. Her fingers grasped the bow, and drew it across the strings creating a beautiful sound. She developed the patience to learn to play and continued to play the violin for the rest
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  • How Might Primary Schools and Teachers Contribute to the Promotion of a Culture in Which Diversity Is Valued and Equality of Opportunity Is a Reality?
    Martin Luther King's speech at the civil rights march in August 1963 holds a place in history for its call ‘for the rights of black people to be recognised by a discriminatory white America' (Thomas and Vaughan 2005, p12). The resonance that this speech has offers powerful insights into issues surr
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  • How Might Primary Schools and Teachers Contribute to the Promotion of a Culture in Which Diversity Is Valued and Equality of Opportunity Is a Reality? (Accac, 2001)
    It would seem that today's society has almost reached its climax with respect to its diversity. This diversity includes such issues as social background, culture, race, gender, and differences in ability and disability. Large cities are the main centres of this multicultural explosion: ‘the 56
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  • Importance of Education
    The Importance of Experience and Education After twelve years of school, it took me until now to figure out exactly why I had been there all those years. It was not to torture me by making me learn how to spell but to make sure that my classmates and I got the opportunity to make the most of our
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  • The Importance of Speaking and Listening in the Primary Classroom - Reflecting on Experience
    "We need to be much more aware of the learning potential of talk; of the ways in which teaching might assist children's spoken language development; of the best ways of gathering information and eventually making informed assessments of children's talk; and through all this, how our behaviour as tea
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  • Analysing the Correlation Between Educator-Turnover and the Promotion of Efficient Management in Public Schools in Soweto, South Africa
    The correlation between educator-turnover and the promotion of efficient management in public schools in Soweto, South Africa Dr Louise van Scheers School of Business Management, University of South Africa, Po Box 329, Unisa 0003 E-mail: dr.louisevsc@gmail.com Key words Promotion of effic
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  • Why Do We Have Schools
    Why Do We Have Schools Schools are designed to serve the future generations. As educators, we are trying to project what the world will be like when our current students graduate. The current rate of change makes that difficult. The US Department of Labor predicts that our students will have 1
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  • The Roles of Nigerian Association of Model Islamic Schools (Namis) in the Development of Education in Oyo State: a Case Study of Namis, Egbeda Local Government Area Chapter
    THE ROLES OF NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF MODEL ISLAMIC SCHOOLS (NAMIS) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN OYO STATE: A CASE STUDY OF NAMIS, EGBEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA CHAPTER. BY SHITTU, AFUSAT OMOBONIKE (MRS) (MATRICULATION NUMBER 04/060854) BEING A PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTM
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  • Comparing and Contrasting the Gender Composition of the 2003 and 2007 National Assembly. Its Implication on the Growth and Development of the Nigerian Economy.
    COMPARING AND CONTRASTING THE GENDER COMPOSITION OF THE 2003 AND 2007 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY IN NIGERIA. ITS IMPLICATION ON THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ECONOMY. ABSTRACT Gender has become a major problem in Nigerian politics. Women have been politically considered as endangered species and
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  • How Secondary Schools Can Avoid the Seven Deadly School Sins of Inclusion
    "HOW SECONDARY SCHOOLS CAN AVOID THE SEVEN DEADLY SCHOOL "SINS" OF INCLUSION" ABSTRACT As more students with disabilities are included in general education classrooms, many obstacles must be overcome before parents, teachers, students, and administrators deem inclusion effective. This article iden
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  • Importance of Social Networking and Interpersonal Excellence
    Importance of Social Networking and Interpersonal Excellence for future generation of MBA's |   | There are various ways of Social Networking and Interpersonal Excellence. This article is for the MBA students who are interested in good placement/ job and who are interested to live nic
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  • The Importance of Maintaining Accountability for Equipment
    The Importance of Maintaining Accountability for Equipment Accountability, what is accountability and what does it mean? The definition found on the website dictionary.com states: 1. The state of being accountable, liable, or answerable. / 2. Education. A policy of holding schools and teachers acc
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  • Uniforms and Violence in Schools
    Uniforms and Violence in Schools Dress codes decrease school violence and improve learning. It is necessary for schools to provide a secure and obedient surrounding for students to learn. American values are the importance of unblemished rights and privileges as a citizen. With violence beco
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  • Guidance in Schools
    STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM Arkansas Department of Education J.B. Robertson, Specialist Guidance/School Counseling, Career Education RESPONSE TO ARKANSAS SCHOOL LAWS ANNOTATED CODES 6-18-1001 THRU 6-18-1009 “WORKING DOCUMENT IN PROGRESS” January 2006 ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION BUI
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  • The Effective Utilization of the Capitation Grant; Its Effects on Enrolment and Infrastructure Development of Basic Schools in Savelugu in the Northern Region of Ghana
    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study It is a well-known fact that education is the most important key for any nation to achieve the needed development. Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another. (Chesterton, 1874). However it is establis
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  • Importance F Our Government
    In order to appreciate the importance and formulations of our law, one of the key things we must truly understand is how we govern ourselves. In this paper I am going to elucidate the history and origins of our government, the constitution and the importance of it, as well as the importance and summ
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  • Managing and Handling Indiscipline in Schools.
    MANAGING AND HANDLING INDISCIPLINE IN SCHOOLS A RESEARCH PROJECT ISABEL FREIRE, UNIVERSIDADE DE LISBOA JOÃO AMADO, UNIVERSIDADE DE COIMBRA ABSTRACT The research project we present here in (entitled GERLINDES, in Portuguese) is set out with the assumption that there is a link among the represe
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