• Why not to be late
    I should not have been late to class. Why? There are a million reasons why! Class and school are both very important things in a young child's life. Well, if I think so, why was I late? I was late because I neglected to make sure and plan ahead so I wouldn't be late. I was being very irresponsibl
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  • Student retention: a review of policy and literature
    Student Retention: A review of policy and literature Introduction This review was commissioned in April 2008 by the University of the Arts, London (UAL). Its purpose is to critically appraise research and policy literature on student retention in the UK; and to summarise the position of
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  • Does student exchange program involve a nation’s identity?
    GAC027 AE 1: Primary Research Project Report Does Student Exchange Program Involve a Nation’s Identity? Student Name: Akbar Muslim Yahya Student ID: 0510125 Teacher: Wahyudi Irwan Due Date: 2nd December 2011 Word Count: 1418 GAC027 AE#1 Akbar Muslim Yahya 0510125 Table of Conten
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  • College and senior citizen student
    Kevin T. Ellis English 155/Ms. Quinn 26 March 2013 Essay Should Colleges Accept Senior Citizen Student Imagine sitting next to someone’s father or grandmother in a classroom, at first it may feel awkward having a senior age classmate. Later you find they are just well on their subjects both
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  • Class management
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 INTRODUCTION. Classroom management is a term use by teaching section to describe the smooth the class without student behavior interruption. Its also have connection with student behaviors and discipline in classroom. Its has be a one big problem for many
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  • Act of being late
    The survey is conducted among 89 active students from various universities . As shown in the graph, 99% out of those 89 students has been late for their class at least 1 time so far. Out of those 89 students, 14% is late almost every time, 17% comes late a few time a week, 36% is sometime late, and
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  • Rules of maximum absence in a class
    Rules of Maximum Absence in a Class In Indonesia, every private and national campus has their own rules to give final grade. The rules come from many factors, such as: behavior in class, assignments, mid exam, final exam, and total of maximum absence in a class. In my opinion, I agree with all of
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  • Title: sabah multiple class project phase ii: project evaluation report
    MULTIGRADE TEACHING ANNOTATED BIBLIOHRAPHY H-M Author: Hamzah Mohamad Daud, Raman Santhiram Year: 1988 Title: Sabah multiple class project Phase II: project evaluation report Reference Type: Report Institution: Education Department, Sabah Date: Oct 1989 - Mar 1988 Abstract by CB: This report
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  • The sleeping habits among university student
    I. Introduction The amount of sleep is important for one’s mental and physical health, for cognitive restitution, processing and memory consolidation. In order to stay healthy, a person requires 7-8 hours of sleeping in adult age. One study reported the college students are among the most sleep
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  • Student
    Communication, Affect, & Learning in the Classroom Jason S. Wrench Virginia Peck Richmond Joan Gorham Copyright © 2009 by Virginia Peck Richmond, Jason S. Wrench, and Joan Gorham All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. This work is licensed under the Creative Common
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  • Encouraging student attendance
    Encouraging Student Attendance - By Merry J. Sleigh and Darren R. Ritzer, George Mason University IS ATTENDANCE IMPORTANT TO STUDENTS?  Students seem to agree that class attendance is important. Only 8 percent (of students surveyed at GMU) reported that getting class notes from a missed class i
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  • Should teachers have the authority to remove disruptive students from their class permanently?
    January 20, 2013 Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Disruptive Students from Their Class Permanently?   Should Teachers Have the Authority to Remove Disruptive Students from Their Class Permanently? Tiffany Sahadeo University of Phoenix Teacher should have the authority t
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  • The effects of teachers behavior on student performance
    The effect of teacher interpersonal behaviour on students’ subject-specific motivation Perry den Brok, IVLOS Institute of Education, Utrecht University Jack Levy, Graduate School of Education, George Mason University Mieke Brekelmans, IVLOS Institute of Education, Utrecht University Theo Wubbels,
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  • The reasons and effects of the tardiness of the high school students
    The Reasons and Effects of the Tardiness of the High School Students in Sto Niño Catholic School - AY 2013-2014 Major Problem: 1. How does the tardiness of a student affect his/her studies?
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  • reading ability of Damascus class
    Introduction: a. Background of the Study Reading is the most important skill a person should develop. The ultimate goal of reading is to help a person be able to understand the written material, to evaluate it and to apply it in a certain subject. In order to...
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  • The Rise of student leadership in Zimbabwe
    The Rise of Student Leadership in Zimbabwe Mufaro Gunduza When an eagle flies at lower levels children may mistake it for a vulture and stone it! Shona proverb The rise of student leadership in Zimbabwe is characterized by a mixed bag of fortunes and misfortunes. Whilst the students of...
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  • How to write a good student council election speech
    Instructions on how to write a good student council election speech: 1 In order to really write student election speeches that are effective you need to inspire people on a personal level and move them. This can be done by addressing specific issues that are problematic or that...
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  • compare and contrast the factors that Impact on student achievement in Asia and the West. Consider likely to explain the similarities and differences.
    Academic performance is one of the most important factors to determine the success or failure of students during their study. However, there are a lot of influences on the academic achievement to students in all parts of the world no matter whether they are in Asian or Western countries....
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  • financial problem among student
    Students in Financial Crisis: How Academic Advisers Can Help Reed T. Curtis, University of South Carolina Editor's note: This is the eighth in a series of articles written by students enrolled in Jennifer Bloom's graduate seminar on academic advising at the University of South Carolina...
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  • The effect of class size on learning quality
    The Effect of Class Size on the Learning Quality of University Students from Different Disciplines Abstract This paper investigates the effect of class size on the learning quality of university students from different disciplines. Previous studies have looked at the general effect of...
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