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Writing Challenges

The tasks of reading and writing can bring about challenges for many people. For some, they find difficulties in reading, due as a result of the fact that English is their second language, or because they did not learn effective reading skills and techniques as children, or perhaps even as...

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Pyramid of Intervention

The "Pyramid of Intervention" is a concept that was established in order to provide a system of supports offered by schools that address students who are struggling academically. Teachers develop their curriculum based on standards that are established by the states, and they use textbooks that are approved and adapted...

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Pyramid Model

At its core, the pyramid model represents a systematic approach to ensuring that all children receive the targeted intervention(s) they need to be happy, productive and healthy members of society. As providing this sort of support can be a complex negotiation between many factors, the pyramid model was proposed as...

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Flipped Classroom

In the existing literature on flipped classroom, various authors have different opinions regarding the impact of flipped classrooms on students’ achievement in mathematics. The research studies performed by AlKhunaizi (2014), Love et al., (2014), Bhagat et al., (2016), Ashby et al., (2011), Briggs (2014) and Diab and Abdel all have...

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Ethics in the Classroom

While the public perception regarding what it means to be a teacher may be simplistic, the reality of the classroom is much more complicated. Classroom management in particular is one aspect which on the surface seems straightforward: establish order, keep control, and maintain a safe environment. However, the classroom is...

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Cause and Effect of Education

Education can be a defining aspect in how successful one will be in life. How much education a person decides to get can make a dramatic impact on their life forever. Many kids who drop out of high school probably don’t realize the implications that come with not getting a...

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Baccalaureate Degree vs Associate Degree

Introduction Recent studies have shown the importance of quality of nursing education in dealing with modern requirements in healthcare systems. Studies have shown a correlation between nursing outcomes in healthcare systems and the level of education in the nursing workforce. According to the Institute of Medicine, the future of nursing...

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Reggio Emilia Approach

The main philosophy of the Reggio Emilia approach is that children should take charge of their own learning. This is achieved in several ways; first, there is an emphasis on a variety of materials within the classroom environment, and also by letting children choose a specific area of study, within...

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Myth in Gifted Education

There is much debate in the literature and among professionals working in the school setting as to what constitutes a “gifted” student. Clearly, these students are successful in an academic setting however there is much more to being gifted than receiving high grades. In many instances, these students also often...

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Active Learning Strategy

Strategies that support a consistent, effective, and reliable learning environment Moving from one geographical setting to another has several effects, especially to the children. For instance, those families relocating to a different cultural setting where the language used, and social practices differs poses big challenges to the children. Ability to...

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Primary Causes of Cheating

One cannot overstate the importance of education because not only it helps us build a better future for us but also teaches us how to be a more productive member of the society. We do not attend an academic institution just to learn facts and theories in a wide range...

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Reading Habits

I did not really enjoy reading until I entered high school. It might have to do with the fact that we become more aware of ourselves as well as the issues that affect the society. The desire to know more about issues I cared about was the key to mine...

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The Tragic Effect of Standardized Tests

There are two things that a standardized test is meant to achieve: comparing the academic levels of school children, and comparing the teaching levels of teachers and schools. The idea is for standardized tests to encourage parents, teachers, and students to recognize and work on academic weaknesses, but the truth...

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Student Success in the Online Learning Environment

A student’s success in the online classroom is directly related to the instructor’s teaching methods, in addition to how well they do their jobs. Without proper online classroom instruction, a student’s success in an online learning environment will likely be hindered. According to Student Participation Patterns in Online Discussion,“…not all...

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Minorities Annotated Outline

Introduction The educational attainment differences amongst minority students have been well documented (Conchas G.O. (2007) Structuring failure and success: Understanding the variability in Latino School Engagement. Harvard Educational Review 71 (3) 475- 505). Minority students tend to perform worse in school and are more likely to drop out of school...

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Classroom Effects of a Commercially Available Video Music-and-Movement

Abstract This paper will provide a literature review on the benefits of utilizing music within a classroom for the purposes of promoting a change in student behavior from negative to positive, and why music serves as a necessary modifier for the teacher in the student classroom. Keywords: literature review, music...

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Implications: Student Isolation and Knowledge Creation

Through lectures, discussions, simulations and demonstrations, among other forms of instruction, teachers help and guide students to acquire relevant knowledge and skills as well as gain in-depth understanding of educational content, augmented by personal study. Personal study especially in locales such as libraries, which promote student isolation, provide students with...

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Knowledge Sharing

In Chapter 5, Fullan asserts that knowledge sharing is the “wave of the future” and certainly convinces his audience of its importance and social benefit. However, just teaching people information or having them ingest new knowledge will not lead to change or growth, because new information needs to be implemented...

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Present Levels of Educational Performance

Laney is strong in social relationships as well as in sports. She represented her class in the annual school sports where she was awarded for her exemplary performance in football and athletics. Overall, Laney can be evaluated as a jovial student who is liked at many and strong in social...

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The Effectiveness Of Output-Focused Video-Based Instruction

In this article, the researcher examined the value of a video-based instructional intervention for the pragmatic language development of a group of adult second language learners. The main concept underpinning the research was the idea that pragmatic competence requires the student not only to develop linguistic competence, but also an...

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