to increase student–school bonding and prevent problem behavior.
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The dramatic increase in the prevalence of problem behaviors during adolescence is a national concern (Dryfoos, 1990; Feldman and Elliot, 1990...
(pre / post) Summary
Fig. 1. Template for module package
Assessment refers to the activities undertaken by both students and teachers to diagnose learning problems hence improvinglearning and teaching. Assessment enables students to fully understand how far they have achieved...
for the reason being that many students were having interest in offering it.
Due to the well-known of Financial Accounting a lot of students were offering it and others offering Science, Art and Home Economics. The authorities of the school introduced the subject (Financial Accounting) so that the...
OF USING THIS INTRODUCTION LESSON ARE: 1) To draw the students‟ attention interest. 2) To inform the students what they will be learning about. 3) To provide or framework for the students to start from. and DURING THE
1) Teacher points at different Pre-listening tasks aim to deal on how to Step 1...
When the World Wide Web was launched in 1991, there was a rush of interest in the possibilities of electronic learning (E-learning). The use of the Web as an educational medium was hailed as a indication of overwhelming modifications for communities, businesses and markets...
The Department of Education (DepEd) of the Republic of the Philippines is committed “to provide quality basic education that is equitably accessible to all and lays the foundation for life-long learning and service for the common good”. Furthermore, envisions a functional literate and...
to teach each other?
( ) YES ( ) NO ( ) POSSIBLY
6. Do you encourage your students to give suggestion for improving the course?
( ) YES ( ) NO ( ) POSSIBLY
7. Do you teach your studentslearning strategies?
( ) YES ( ) NO ( ) POSSIBLY
8. Do you careful to avoid embarrassing your...
within which learning happens (Bahr, Hawks, & Wang 1993).
A. PERSONAL FACTORS
The socio-economic status of students is directly proportional to their scholastic performance.
1. Parents Occupation
According to Ruben as cited by Ramiro, (1996) that the effect of low income reflects lack of...
Metacognition or being aware of one’s own knowledge, way of thinking and learning can be a topic of interest to students and instructors alike. Learning about metacognition can enhance the learning process for students (O'Brien Moran & Soiferman, 2014) and aid in instruction for educators...
assisting improving completion rates.
Introduction to Traineeships in Australia
Over 20 years ago the Kirby Inquiry instigated the Australian Government adoption of a system of traineeships that combines formal education/training and employment and for disadvantaged 16- and 17-year...
Type of reader
Degree of interest in reading
Do students read during their free time?
Two types of reading materials usually read
Background information on students
Improving outcomes for disadvantaged young people
IntroductionLearning from good practice
This publication sets out sixteen case studies of providers, who are working successfully to close the gap for young people aged...
Besides serving as a social networking site, can Facebook facilitate the learning of AAB 101: Biodiversity in Natural Ecosystems for Year 1 Biology students?
In this technology-based era, it is difficult to imagine how one would survive without it. We have become so...
pronunciation to comprehension, improvingstudents’ English thought patterns and oral expression, Whereas, the introduction of multimedia technology featuring audio, visual, textual effect fully meets audio and visual requirements of the students and enhance their interest, but it also results in lack of...
. The introduction of the internet is obviously a worldwide phenomenon. Although this phenomenon provides unlimited access to any genre of information, it may not be true. Educating students on how to productively search for information and how to evaluate credible material makes all of the difference...
, the magnitude of these factors pale into insignificance compared with students’ interest and teachers’ attitude towards the teaching of Economics. That is, the quality of students’ interest and teacher’s attitude to teaching are by far the most salient factors determining the students’ academic...
▪ an environment that not only encourages learning but is welcoming, gender-sensitive, healthy and safe;
▪ a clear definition and accurate assessment of learning outcomes, including knowledge, skills, attitudes and values;
▪ healthy, well-nourished and motivated students...
, enjoy and participate in other country in life for business opportunities and career advancement. So this will make the student easy when communicate with others from different cultures. So now very clear that, learning English isn’t just about improving for students future job prospects. It also will...
A Study on Improving the Writing Ability of Middle
School Students Based on Error Analysis
English writing plays a significant role in learning. However, for most middle school students, English writing, among the four basic skills, is the most difficult skill for...
where the student attempts to memorise as much as they can. Woolfolk & Margetts refers to this as massed practice and as indicated in the reading this method left me feeling fatigued and lacking motivation. This translated into a lack of interest in learning and apathy to the subject that I was...