• Students Should Not Be Allowed to Bring Mobile Phones to School
    In recent times, the number of people owning mobile phones has increased dramatically. Now mobile phones are not just for calling, but you can now text, take and send pictures, record videos, access the internet, play games and much more. The variety of functions has increased dramatically. They hav...
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  • Should Students Be Allowed to Bring Mobile Phones to School?
    As a teacher, I feel safer when I have my cell phone with me. I keep it in my pocket on vibrate and do not answer it during class. Those who think that students are entitled to the same privileges as teachers are wrong. Teachers are adults. Adults have privileges that children do not have. I imagine...
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  • Should the Use of Mobile Phones Be Allowed by Students in the S.H.S.
    MOTION : SHOULD THE USE OF MOBILE PHONES BE ALLOWED BY STUDENTS IN THE S.H.S. Mr. chairman, Honorable Headmaster, Panel of Judges, Impartial time keepers, Teaching and Non-teaching staff, Co-debaters, Ladies and Gentlemen, I deem it a great honour to be called upon this important issues...
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  • Students Should Be Allowed to Take Their Choice of Courses
    There has been much debate on whether or not high schools should choose courses for their students. While others are of the opinion that courses should be chosen for students, others believe that students should be given the opportunity to choose the courses they wish to study. In my point of view,...
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  • English Week Programme Report - Primary School
    ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- PUBLIC SPEAKING MONTH PROGRAMME REPORT ------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------...
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  • A Study to Determine the Level of Awareness About Hiv/Aids Among Pupils of Kakutu Primary School in Budaka District
    A STUDY TO DETERMINE THE LEVEL OF AWARENESS ABOUT HIV/AIDS AMONG PUPILS OF KAKUTU PRIMARY SCHOOL IN BUDAKA DISTRICT BY KIZITO MUDAMBO REG NO: DOT/129/07/08 A RESEARCH PROPOSAL SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE AWARD OF A DIPLOMA IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY OF MULAGO PARAMEDICAL SCHOOLS MI...
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  • Educational Aspiration of Primary School Child
    FIELDWORK SEGMENT (PRM 2010-12) THEME PAPER EDUCATIONAL ASPIRATIONS IN RURAL INDIA A COMPARATIVE STUDY ACROSS STATES Guide: Prof. S.N.Biswas Submitted by: Abhijeet Jha Kamal Deep Antil Laxmidhar Sundara Remya TP Vaibhav Gupta INSTITUTE OF RURAL MANAGEMENT ANAND 2010 ACKNOWL...
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  • Educational Wastage: a Case Study of Upper Primary School Girl Dropouts in Otonglo Zone, Kisumu Municipality
    EDUCATIONAL WASTAGE: A CASE STUDY OF UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOL GIRL DROPOUTS IN OTONGLO ZONE, KISUMU MUNICIPALITY BY SUSAN M. OMBATI. Reg No.: No: L50/70596/09 A Research Proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in Project Planning and Managemen...
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  • Topic 7: Letter to the Head of the School of Education on the Quality of Feedback and Its Importance in Primary School Today
    Topic 7: Letter to the Head of the School of Education on the quality of feedback and its importance in primary school today To the Head of the School of Education, Dear Sir, This letter is to encourage the quality of feedback and to highlight how important effective feedback is to students...
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  • Teachers Should Be Allowed to Carry Weapons
    Of all the places in the world, you would think that a school is the safest place for a child to be. Sometimes this isn’t the case. In this speech, I will talk to you about how allowing teachers to carry concealed weapons will be a good idea. I will talk about the advantages of allowing teachers...
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  • Primary School Teachers
    Primary School Teachers: A teacher refers to a person who provides education for pupils and students. The role of teacher is often formal and ongoing, carried out at a school or other place of formal education. In many countries, a person who wishes to become a teacher must first obtain specifie...
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  • Primary School Pe
    ool Results In this study 10 children were observed for a total of 284 minutes. During this time the children engaged in at least moderately intense physical activity for 33 percent of the total time observed. Table 1 details the time of each observation together with the time spent in moderate o...
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  • The Duty of Care Policy in Western Australia for Primary School’s
    The Duty of Care Policy in Western Australia for Primary School’s INTRODUCTION: A Brief Outline The policy that will be examined is the Duty of Care policy . The purpose of this report is to analyse the Duty of Care policy of the Western Australian Depar...
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  • Role of Mobile Phones in School Education
    Project Report For Participating at India Innovation 2010 Competition Field of the Invention/Innovation Education Title of the Invention/Innovation Role of Mobile Phones in School Education Submitted by Atul Daulat Pawar Bldg A/5, Flat No. 23, 6th floor, Bramha Aangan Soci...
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  • Schools Should Ban the Use of Mobile Phones Among Students
    Greetings and salutations I bid to the Master/Mistress of Ceremony, honourable adjudicators, esteemed timekeepers, my worthy opponents, and members of the house. Today’s motion is ‘'School Should Ban the Use of Mobile Phone among Students”. We, the government, totally support the motion. Me...
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  • Mobile Phones Allowed or Not
    Initially, the use of cell phones in school sounds highly unacceptable. It can be considered as an extremely serious distraction for students. Aside from the fact that students can use cell phones to call their friends while in class, they can also access the Internet. With smartphones starting to b...
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  • A Study of Teachers and Students Readiness of the Use of Mobile Technology in Teaching and Learning
    T HES IS P RO P OSAL A STUDY OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS READINESS OF THE USE OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING HASLINAH SUSANTI HAJI MD HASSAN DEC 2009 THESIS PROPOSAL Title: A STUDY OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS READINESS OF THE USE OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGY IN TEACHING AND LEARNING A...
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  • The Primary Blame for Violence in Schools Should Be Placed on the School Conditions (Such as Bullying) That Push the Students to Commit Violent Acts.
    There has to be a lot of consideration when it comes to a family moving into a certain area of town. One of those considerations has to be private school, catholic school, or public school. Some families only have one option, and that would be the public school system, but the current state of the p...
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  • Career Choice Factors of High School Students
    Career Choice Factors 1 CAREER CHOICE FACTORS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS By Michael Borchert A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Science Degree With a Major in Career and Technical Education Approved: 2 Semester Credits ___________________...
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  • Is It a Good Idea for High School Students to Have a Part-Time Job?
    Is it a good idea for high school students to have a part-time job? To begin, many teenagers these days are becoming more and more independent, but very lazy at the same time. Their parents are letting them disobey more rules, than parents’ ever have in the past. With these particular ar...
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