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    Guiding principle for assessment of student learning

    Evaluation should bebased on clearly stated objectives. An objective is defined as the statement of the expected behaviors that the student should display after instruction or teaching. These objectives serve as basis for constructing and using assessment instruments to assess students’ learning. The expected behaviors are somehow related to either of the following, but not […] More

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    The principle underlying the Practical Life exercises

    Discuss the principle underlying the Practical Life exercises and how it fosters independence in children. What is Practical Life exercise? Practical life exercise means the basic everyday life, all the things we need to for daily living. Dr Maria Montessori felt that children need to be shown and given opportunities so that they learn how […] More

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    Principle of Management

    From Scientific to Administrative Back around 1860, Henri Fayol, a then-young engineer, began working at a coal mine in France. While working at the mines, he noticed that managing the miners was not an easy job. Managing was not as effective as it could be. Managers had few resources and tools to better manage people. […] More

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    Ethical Principle

    Ethical principles have a huge portion in the impact of intentional or assisted euthanasia. Beneficence according to Beauchamp states, “compassion; taking positive action to help others; desire to do good; are core principle of our patient advocacy” (Beauchamp,2009,p38). The value of beneficence simply states to do good to achieve the best possible outcome. For example, […] More

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    Explain the principle psychological perspective

    Behaviourist A perspective means a way of seeing things. Behaviourist is the first approach in this criterion. Behaviourist is the study of human minds, they study behaviour. The behaviourist sees the brain as a black box, this is because as they study animals it is easy to experiment, and they think that humans and animals […] More

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    The Principle of potentiality and the Ethical Dangers

    The Principle of potentiality and the Ethical Dangers Introduction             When students complete their education and graduate from universities, they hope to get better jobs that pertain to their training and henceforth lead a happy life. This is the basic mentality of every person who goes to school. It is an understanding that has been […] More