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    Values of Education

    School was always more than just a place to do homework and go to classes for me; it has always been a bit of a social hub. The schools I have been in was always difficult if you don’t not find you very own group of friends. As it was a typical local english school, […] More

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    The Importance of Early Formal Education

    Early formal education refers to the education that children obtain during early stages of their childhood. Early childhood is a crucial time period for the development of the mental functions of children. This development, including the emergence of the abilities and skills in areas such as language, motor skills, psychosocial cognitive, and learning, is now […] More

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    Public education vs. home school

    Deciding which is better between public education and home schooling may often cause a debate. There are similarities between them, such as both being a good source of education for students. However, there are a few differences. For instance, home schooled students may graduate earlier than public schooled students while public school has more to […] More

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    Ethics in ICT Education: Utilizing Mobile Gadgets in Teaching and Learning Process

    In a technology-driven and digital society, getting information quickly is important to both instructors and students. The expansion and everyday use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) have made it possible to quickly and instantly find information, share ideas among peer groups, allow instructors to easily interact with their students, and provide them with enabling […] More

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    How can be a university education be free?

    A free college education for all? That’s been the dream of many an idealist. President Obama certainly shares this goal— a year ago he said “The single most important thing we can do is to make sure we’ve got a world-class education system for everybody. That is a prerequisite for prosperity.” State university systems, particularly […] More

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    Personal experience with banking concept of education

    Education, the process of taking in and applying information, is an important part of life that directly impacts an individual’s judgement and reasoning of both themselves and society. A person’s educational experience has the ability to influence their life despite their intelligence level or home life situation. In Paulo Freire’s book, The Pedagogy of the […] More

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    Statement of purpose to study masters in Education

    My name is Francis John. I was born in a poor family where my parents were only peasants in a small village in Musoma rural district, Mara Region in Tanzania. In 1985, I started standard one whereby I completed my primary education in 1992 after seven years. I joined secondary school in 1993 to start […] More

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    Education Field Observation Report

    I have learned a lot about the teaching profession this semester. My dream has always been to become an Elementary teacher. I had the opportunity to observe many classrooms, especially at the Elementary grade levels. Through field experience, I was able to imagine my own classroom and teaching methods. I observed both student-based classrooms and […] More

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    Definition essay : Education and personal development

    We have to learn during all of our lifetime. Since we were small, we have to learn how to stand, walk, talk,… Getting older, we learn about the world, why the leaves are green, why human can talk, why we need to communicate with others and how to make an effective conversation,… We can’t know […] More

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    The Impact of K-12 in Philippine Education

    The objective of this research paper is to know what is the impact of K-12 in Philippine Education. This study aims to answer these following questions; (1) what are the advantages and disadvantages of the K-12 program or the additional 2 years to Basic Education? (2) Will the parents agree or disagree to the K- […] More

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    Christian Life Education Reflection Paper

    Prayer is a way of communication between me and God. It allows me to talk to Him and listen to Him so that I can establish a closer relationship with Him. As I went about my CLE classes, I learned that there were proper ways and intentions that are needed in order to make the […] More

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    Comparing Different Education Systems

    The performance of the education system is an issue that causes much controversy in society. The educational system has many ways to teach in the schools but our society is always wondering if these methods are the best. We live in a country where the education is one of the first values and we are […] More

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    Philosophy of Education

    Thomas Jefferson once said “genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.” I believe it is this 1% inspiration that we must find, as teachers, in the youth of today. That way, we can give them the motivation to unlock the 99% perspiration inside themselves. After all, without that 1% inspiration, you have no reason to […] More

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    The importance of moral education

    The importance of moral education is particularly clear at the junior high level (grades 7-9, average age 12-14 years). Fortunately, it is also a stage when most educators and parents are willing to concede time for moral education activities: The “basics” have been taught in some measure, and the pre-college pressure has not yet begun. […] More

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    Tertiary level education is necessary for a successful life

    Tertiary level education is necessary for a successful life. As eschewed by, Dr. Eric Williams, the first Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago in the early 60’s, ‘The future of our nation lays inside the schools bags of our children.’ In those days it was very evident that the level of education in Trinidad and […] More

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    Roles, responsibilities and relationships in education

    In this assignment I will discuss key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to my own role as a Creative Learning Practitioner working with adults. I will reflect on the Teacher/Training cycle and make reference to where my role is relevant and any boundaries involved when working with students in a […] More

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    Why a College Education is Important for Me

    Have you ever wanted to do something that you thought was important and someone told you no? Or they said you would never or could never do that something? Someone once told me that I would never have a college education because it was too hard. I told myself I don’t care how hard it is, […] More

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    Improving Society: The Goal of Education

    From the devastating earthquakes in Haiti, the educational institutions were destroyed. It will take time to rebuild and reestablish the country. This horrible disaster has not only shaken the Haitian nation, but the world. “Education is at the core of Haiti’s recovery and is the key to Haiti’s development,” said Director-General Irina Bokova of the […] More

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    Multicultural Education

    Multicultural Education What is it? Multicultural Education What caused it (Causative factors) Reaction to monocultural approach to education “one size fits all attitude” It is a reaction to Assimilation A+B+C=D The World changed became more heterogeneous as result of various SOCIAL, ECONOMIC & POLITICAL developments USA Segregation patterns (1900-1953) “separate but equal” It was never […] More

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    History of education

    Jim Henson once said, “Kids don’t remember what you try to teach them. They remember what you are.” Teaching doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to be smart, you have to be a teacher or professor. Being a good and intellectual person does make you belong. A program named Literacy Training Program (LTS) will help […] More

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    The Advantages of Multicultural Education

    With the end of discrimination and the demands for equality, multicultural education was born. It all began with the civil rights movement in the 1950’s-1960’s. The main goal of multicultural education is “to get individuals to better interact, communicate and engage with one another in private and public settings.” (Campbell) Multicultural education is just what […] More

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    History of education

    John Gatto is a New York City seventh grade teacher with remarkable accolades. Because of his impressive accolades as a teacher and citizen, his words are not taken lightly. As a result of his spotlight, he has come up with a list of seven lessons that no syllabus will ever include, but Gatto insists that […] More

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    Stress management in education institutions

    Abstract Organizations are constantly undergoing change through new demands, changing technology, demographic changes and increased competition. Due to the increase in workload, psychological problems related to occupational stress have increased rapidly in Western countries (van der Klink, Roland, & Blonk, 2001). More than ever before, job stress has become a hazard to the health of […] More

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    Health Promotion and Education

    Outline: 1. Health Education a. Definition 2. Five Key Areas in Health Promotion and Education 3. Five Health Promotion Approach a. Medical Approach b. Behavior Change Approaches c. Educational approach d. In Client-Centered Approach e. Societal Change Approach 4. Healthy Lifestyle a. Definition b. How to promote a healthy lifestyle? 5. Advocacy for Health R.A. […] More

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    The Value of Education

    Education is more than reading, writing, and arithmetic. It is one of the most important investments a country can make in its people and its future and is critical to reducing poverty and inequality: Education gives people critical skills and tools to help them better provide for themselves and their children Education helps people work […] More

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    Role of media in education

    The education of our children has always been emotive and when the mass media is added to the mix, volatility is inevitable. Hardly a country in the world is spared controversy in education, but when one looks behind the sometimes anarchic scenes, there is a lot about which to be optimistic and hopeful. Traditionally, the […] More

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    Inclusive Education

    The article I have chosen for review is “What Matters Most in Inclusive Education: A Practical Guide for Moving Forward”, published in the Intervention in School and Clinic Journal. As the title of the article suggests, what is more important where inclusive education is concerned? This topic is illustrated in the article through the authors […] More

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    Observation Techniques In Early Childhood and Education

    “By observation, we mean closely watch, listen to and generally attend to what a child is doing, and record your findings as accurately and objective as possible”. Reasons why observations are so important: To ensure normative development To know where children are in terms of Holistic development To plan developmental appropriate activities. To have a […] More

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    Philosophical Movement that Shaped Philippine Education

    Pre-colonial period During the pre-colonial period, education was still decentralized. Children were provided with more vocational training but fewer academics. Philippine schools were headed by parents or by their tribal tutors. They employed a unique writing system known as baybayin. Spanish Period When the Spanish first arrived in Manila, they were surprised to find a […] More

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    Important of Education

    Education means considerably more than just teaching a student to read, write, and manipulate numbers. Computers, the Internet, and advanced electronic devices are becoming essential in everyday life and have changed the way information is gathered. How this new technology is utilized in the curriculum and managed by teachers will have an important role to […] More

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