Academic Pressures
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...Academic pressures Academic pressures create adverse psychological affects on abilities as well as behavior. Although academic pressures are meant to create good competitive spirit and learning atmosphere for students, they cause substantial stress also. Stress is known to be a silent killer of mental, physical and psychological wellbeing of humans at all ages. Stress could begin at very early childhood years and continues into later years depending upon the life’s situations. Psychologists as well as academic professionals have identified that many students undergo immense stress even during schooling, which intensifies as the challenges increase with academic advancement. More... First 25 February...
Academic Integrity
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...Academic Integrity Academic integrity, to me, means following a few simple precepts. Always do your ownwork, and when using someone else’s work, give them credit through a citation. Following these two simple rules will allow you to ensure that you are not accidentally or intentionally being academically dishonest. Academic integrity is important for a university for a number of reasons. The first is the culture of Academia. In academia, a person’s only source of wealth or prestige is their ideas. Academic integrity ensures that when someone has a good idea, they get proper credit for what they have thought of or done. If this was not the case, there would be very little incentive... Prof’s...
Academic Honesty
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...Academic Honesty........................................................................2 4. Academic Dishonesty……………………………………..……………………...3 4.1 Cheating .......................................................................................................................3 4.2 Plagiarism.....................................................................................................................4 4.3 Dishonest... Table Of Contents ...................................................................................................................2 2. Introduction............................................................................................................2 3. Importance of Academic...
Academic Remediation
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...Academic Remediation The acquisition of college or degree is of immense importance to every high school leaver. This is vital for enabling them to fit into the competitive job market. This, therefore, requires that all students should attain marks that will qualify them to get an admission to the available colleges. However, some students fail to attain the required level of academic preparedness and consequently the required marks for various reasons such as chronic sickness, poor attitude towards education, frequently disrupted studies, psychological problems among others. Such a scenario presents a threat to academic transition and...
Academic restriction
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...Academic Standards Committee C/o Eileen Lieberman Advising and Counseling Services Secretary, Enrolment Center Raritan Valley Community College Re: Academic Restriction Letter RVCC ID Number G00133824 (Gwendolyn Plaza) Dear Members of the Academic Standards Committee: I am writing this letter to exercise my right to appeal my recent placement as a student on academic restriction. It is not my intent to suggest that the underlying facts are inaccurate, for they are quite accurate, but to suggest instead that I am deserving of a second chance for very special reasons. Even prior to being placed on academic restriction, as I will describe more fully below, I... was in the...
Academic Resilience
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...Academic Resilience Academic Resilience Introduction A majority of works on disadvantaged and minority who are at a higher risk of sub-optimal educational results than their peers, center on the determinants of underachievement (Driscoll, 2006). However, this paper is complementary and instructive. For a host of factors, students in low-earnings families are at greater risks of not graduating from high school or secondary education than their more privileged peers (Driscoll, 2006). Poverty is damaging to the socio-emotional, physical as well as the cognitive welfare of adolescents and children. This paper will concentrate on the processes and factors that...
Academic analytics
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...ACADEMIC ANALYTICS By Module Supervisor ACADEMIC ANALYTICS Academic analytics is basically defined as the process of evaluating and analysing organisational data received from university systems for reporting and decision making reasons (Campbell, & Oblinger, 2007). According to Campbell & Oblinger (2007), accrediting agencies, governments, parents and students are all calling for the adoption of new modern and efficient ways of improving and monitoring student success. This has ushered the higher education system into an era characterised by increased scrutiny from the various stakeholders. For instance, the Bradley review acknowledges...
Academic Integrity
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...Academic Integrity In the article, “Exclusive: Doctors Cheated on Exams”, Zamost, Griffin and Ansari (para explain the integrity issues related to massive examination cheating by physicians in the country. The authors express dismay on the level of academic dishonesty involved in this highly critical and sensitive profession. Doctors cheating using ‘recalls’ questions the authenticity of the results and also brings confusion regarding the actual capabilities of individual physicians. The case is an example of deteriorating academic standards caused by lack of integrity in education. Academic integrity must be upheld, or else education will not offer its perceived benefits to individuals... ...
Academic Appeal
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...academic probation. At the beginning of this school year, the administration placed me on probation due to my poor academic performance. However, I’ve passed all of my classes for the spring term. Therefore, I’m asking that you would kindly remove my academic probation so that I can complete my degree. This probation hinders me from finishing my degree and then hopefully finding a decent job. The situation is so dire that I can’t even register for any classes. I hope to complete my B.A. in public administration at FIU. Without an associate... MDC North Campus  11380 NW 27 AV  Miami, FL 33167-3418  April 30, 2004   Dear Dr. Matilde Roig-Watnik,  I’m writing this letter to enquire about the status of my...
Academic Honesty
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...Academic Honesty All colleges have the understanding that academic honesty is important. They request that all do their own work and that they make sure that they do not cheat. They want to be sure that when they award a degree to a student that they have actually earned that degree. Many students find this an easy task while others are not certain that it is something they can do. Academic honesty should be important to the student if they are entering into a university. College work is not something to take lightly and it can be hard work to finish a degree. Once finished it becomes a treasure because it allows a individual to hopefully...
Academic Honesty
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...Academic Honesty Meaning of Academic Honesty Academic honesty can be termed as the capa of the to make use of their own thoughts as well as materials while writing papers and other classroom related activities. Those students who are actively involved in assisting other students in the infringement of the university honesty policy are also considered to be culpable (Howard Community College, 2012). The paper emphasizes upon the advantages, importance as well as impacts of upholding academic honesty. Importance of Maintaining Academic Honesty It is the duty of the students to offer credit to the authors for...
Academic Remediation
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...Academic Remediation The acquisition of college or degree is of immense importance to every high school leaver. This is vital for enabling them to fit into the competitive job market. This, therefore, requires that all students should attain marks that will qualify them to get an admission to the available colleges. However, some students fail to attain the required level of academic preparedness and consequently the required marks for various reasons such as chronic sickness, poor attitude towards education, frequently disrupted studies, psychological problems among others. Such a scenario presents a threat to academic transition and...
Academic Voice
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...academic papers, and what that person chooses to write about, as well as how they choose to write, will change them as well as others. Academia has recently recognized that in order for its institutions to change it is necessary to encourage students to draw more on their own "voice" within their writing so as to facilitate more inclusive and broader perspectives (Belenky, 1997). Hence, it is critical that each student's "academic voice" come across in their writings. Voice can be defined as the way... in which an argument is presented, supported, evaluated and conclusions drawn from it for practical applications (Demetriou, Goalen & Rudduck, 2000). This begins with the way in which a...
Academic Honesty
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...Academic dishonesty Academic dishonesty is the act of deliberate falsifying or tampering with recorded data or information concerning a student’s participation in any educational field. These attempts fall into different categories. Dishonesty includes plagiarism, cheating, or other academic misconducts (Anderman and Murdock 34). Plagiarism is the cautious presentation of work or ideas as a whole or part of an already existing publication. On the other hand, cheating is the act of receiving information by any other means contrary to the instructed by the examiner during the exam process. Other academic misconduct includes...
Academic software
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...ACADEMIC SOFTWARE Academic Software [School] Academic software Inspiration software is learning software used for Grades 6 – 12 that is advertised by its makers as a great way to learn whilst having fun (“Inspiration Supports Student Success across the Curriculum,” 2011). According to “BENEFITS | Educational Software” (2011) learning software learning and fun go hand in hand and this motivates students to progress better in school. In this paper we specifically highlight the benefits of Inspiration software to both teachers and students. Inspiration provides teacher with lesson plan books and visual learning tools. The lesson plan books give teachers practical ideas and step... ?Running Head:...
Academic differences
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...Academic differences What would it be like to change the way you used to learn and study since you were a kid? There is asignificant academic difference in Emirates National School, that is the school I graduated from, and my current school Umass Lowell in terms of the academic and teaching style. I have noted several differences in learning process ranging from teaching style to individual initiative to learn by students. Critical assessment of various learning aspects in my current school and Emirates National School shows a great competency gap and this forms my basis of discussing this subject. In regard to various factors that promote...
Academic Report
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...Academic Report Table of content Page Self Evaluation of Personal and Academic skills 2 Action Plan for Improvement of Academic Skills 3 Reflection Skills 6 Presentation 6 Academic Writing 6 Time Management 7 Barriers to Learning 7 References 8 Section 1 Self Evaluation 1. Self Evaluation of Personal and Academic skills There are number of areas that I am strong at and this strengths have always enabled me excel in my academics. One of the skills is great team work; I easily collaborate and work with my colleagues during group works. Through this I have been able to benefit from their contributions and I have also strengthened my weak academic areas. I am excellent... College...
Academic Inflation
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...Academic Inflation AFFILIATION: Academic Inflation Education is the primary requirement of everyone and people who are planning to acquire the education of higher level have to be prepared for various challenges so that they can get the desired job in the market to make a successful career in their respective fields. Academic Inflation is the most popular term that is used by the business graduates globally as they have realized that the degrees that they are holding such as Undergraduate degree or Bachelor’s degree has depreciated in value and they will have to obtain higher level degrees to be compatible with the job specifications and requirements and to gain acceptance by the employers... ...
Academic Dishonesty
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...Academic Dishonesty The issues encompassing academic dishonesty have pervaded schools and universities for as long as 70 years back or as early as the 1940s (Etter, Cramer and Finn 134). With the onset of the technological developments accorded by the internet, the incidents of student cheating exhibited marked increases and different educators have delved into monitoring the prevalence of dishonesty by considering diverse factors such as gender, attitudes towards cheating, other demographic variables (GPAs, academic degrees, age and class standings), among others. In this regard, the aim of the current essay is to proffer pertinent issues...
Academic Success
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...Academic Success Different studies on effective study habits, time management, and tapping appropriate support systems have been divulged to contribute to academic success. One affirms that success is first and foremost a matter of personal conviction and commitment to well-defined personal and educational goals. To be successful in college and in different facets of life, one must muster the ability to assume personal responsibility. Personal responsibility is aptly defined as “the ability of a person to maturely respond to the various challenges and circumstances of life” (Wilson par. 1). To be successful, extreme effort needs to be applied to reach one’s goals. Purpose... responsibility...
Academic Honesty
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...Academic Honesty Academic Honesty The term academic honesty refers to the utilization of an individual’s own ideas and content whilethey write their papers or indulge in any form f activity that is related to their classrooms. This writing will focus on one of the aspects of academic honesty which is plagiarism and will focus on the definition of plagiarisms while taking into account the repercussions of it and how one can avoid plagiarism. Anderson states that plagiarism can be defined as “an act of using the words of another without giving the originator credit” (Anderson, 1998, p.1). This means that plagiarism is the...
Academic event
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...Academic Event The of the Academic event in which I recently attended is the Global Academic Network event, which took place in Los Angeles on Thursday, April 1st through April 25, 2014 at the California State University. Each year, the Global Academic Network event gives the students an opportunity where they can meet and learn various aspects from their Global Academic Network event in order to help them in the development of professional events and management skills. During the just concluded academic event, the main topic of discussion was the history of sexual outlaws, the political...
Academic feedback
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...academic success and a perceived self-worth. There is also a large amount of research detailing how the dynamics of student-teacher interactions play a key role in the formation of self-worth by these same students. However, Fay and Funk (1995) point out that educators only have access to the formation of such perceptions when providing feedback to behavior. Schroeder (n.d.) points out that feedback also involves the methods by which the educator communicates correctness of student responses to academic questions. Jim Fay's (1995) discussion of three major teaching styles reminders readers that feedback sends not only the overt message... There is a vast body of research on the intricate link between...
Academic Sucess
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...Academic Success Learning process begins early life as from the time of birth when people begin learning the basic skills necessary for survival like breathing and feeding. Some of these skills are acquired through education, which is a process that involves the transfer of information and knowledge from one person to another. Education enables a person to develop the abilities of reasoning, judgment and attain a level of intellectual maturity. Education is offered in institutions like high schools, colleges and universities where one embarks on an intellectual journey marked by milestones characterized by tests and graduations. Success in education is determined by the...
Academic Capitalism
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...Academic Capitalism Introduction In the present times, most of the universities are observed to be focused towards involving themselves in ‘market-like’ activities which are often referred as academic capitalism. The colleges as well as universities have been involving themselves in activities through which they can earn revenues through their core educational, research as well as service functions. It might range from production of knowledge that has been prepared by the teachers to the teachers’ curriculum as well as instruction (Rhoades & Sluaghter, n.d.). Hereby, the main objective of the paper is to understand the meaning of the term ‘academic capitalism’, theories related to academic... ...
Academic Strategies
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...Academic Strategies Academic Strategies The two long term goals that are currently essential for the hospital are to improve the quality health care of patients and to prevent and control the spread of infection from the hospital and also within the hospital premises. In order to provide quality health care to the patients there must be three steps that must be ensured; first and foremost, the leadership of every department of the hospital should be trained to do his job well, regular meetings should be held with the manager or supervisor for the check and balance of quality, secondly a program must be established to train the health care providers to...
Academic Writing
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...Academic Writing Academic Writing Academic writing requires professional diligence because it consists of heavy research work and properly referenced paragraphs aiming to persuade as well as educate an individual regarding a particular issue. There are various conventions that need to be followed while writing academic based papers. The writer must make use of the written language in the third person in order to convince the reader of what he is trying to say. Furthermore, too many quotes and statements by other authors should not be used in order to maintain a flow within the writing and portray one’s thoughts and ideas...
Academic paper
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...academic... Images of Nursing When gauging the image of nursing, we must realize that every image depends on whose perspective we’re considering. A nursing student’s perception of nursing will differ from a patient’s perspective of nursing. Likewise, a bed-confined patient needing home care will offer a different perspective than a child being given his Kindergarten vaccinations. Nurses have their own perspectives on the profession, including insight into how the masses mistakenly stereotype it. However, without exception to whose perception is considered, there are general guidelines concerning the public image of nurses and nursing. These common images of nursing contribute to the willingness of stu...
Academic montioring
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...Academic Monitoring The K-5 or the elementary schooling programs are very important in children’s lives. This is the stage where children are developing their levels of confidence. They should get teachers’ help to the maximum and if they are ignored or slighted in the class frequently, the results will be negative .Children show negligence in the works and their indifference may cause great difficulty to teachers, parents, their classmates and finally to themselves. Therefore, it is imperative that the teachers make use of effective teaching strategies and monitoring methods among K-5 graders. It is worthwhile to consider some of the possible monitoring systems and...
Academic Argument
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...academic year (Perkins-Gough, 2003). Parents always expect schools to provide the best education to their children to help them in marking their educational achievements (Seginer, 1983). Supporting Claim 5: Another claim is that state control helps in improving teachers professional performances through performance appraisal. Reason 5: Performance appraisal helps in determining whether an employee is meeting the standards set by the company or not. In case of teachers, this appraisal will help in knowing whether teachers are doing their jobs in accordance... Central Claim The central claim for the paper is that, s need to control what teachers teach to children’. Supporting Claim1: s have the...
Academic elemtn
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...Academic elemtn Success in life through academic and career achievements is the motive of every young person of the modern world, and I greatly understand the significance of academic choices, including the right choice of the course and institution, for the achievement of career goals. I am an international student from Indonesia who has an unceasing desire for career development and ultimate success in life and career. Realizing the scope and importance of Business in the modern world and its capacity to provide the most potential achievement in the career, I have chosen it as my Major and I am currently studying at Community College....
Academic Cheating
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...Academic Dishonest in Colleges Mitigation of Academic Dishonest in Colleges Research on academic dishonest by McCabe, Trevino and Kenneth has indicated that cheating in exam has drastically increased in the last 30 years (McCabe, Trevino and Kenneth, 2011). Contextual and individual factors influence exam cheating. McCabe Donald and his research partners found out that, contextual factors like student’s view on peers’ behavior is the greatest influence (McCabe, Trevino and Kenneth, 2011). According to Angell, (Angel, 1914), inadequate preparation of exam, the value of exam paper in question and the feeling that it’s quite difficult to pass exams are common motives behind exam cheating... Mitigation of...
Academic Honesty
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...Academic honesty Introduction Academic honesty can bear the definition of tolerable conduct or behavior that occurs in relation to formal academic exercise. It thus hinders disgusting behaviors such as cheating, forgery, and plagiarism all of which emanate from dishonesty. It is a principle which when adhered to can lead to the betterment of one’s character as well as the institution’s impression. Dishonesty among students can be suppressed to ease implementation of academic policy program me. It is the mandate of one who receives a scholarship to out-source information and seek for guidance in all his undertakings. It is...
ACADEMIC WRITING
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...academic freedom and intellectualism. Despite a the number of similarities between the two countries, it takes a longer period of time to complete an undergraduate degree in the united states than in the united kingdom except in Scotland where a degree certificate is offered after 4 years of learning. A person with an undergraduate degree can move directly to a PHD... Compare and contrast the United Kingdom education system to the education system in the United Kingdom By Date Most countries in the world have a system in place that supports and control education. Education system however changes from one country to the other. The education system in the United Kingdom for example is divided into primary...
Academic writting
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...academic achievement due to ones inability to cope with fear. Word count = 1035 Bibliography Butler, G, and Mathews, A 1983, Cognitive processes in anxiety Advances... Types of Anxieties Faced by Learners during Examinations Lecturer Types of Anxieties Faced by Learners during Examinations The essayseeks to outline and discuss the types of anxiety learners may face during examination. But, what exactly is Anxiety? It would be useful to first understand exactly what anxiety is and also why learners may develop anxiety during an examination. This essay gives the definition of anxiety and the different types of anxieties learners face during examination. The term anxiety is a derivative word from Latin whic...
Academic writing
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...ACADEMIC WRITING HAS IMPROVED Affiliation Academic writing is an important component in one’s learning, especially in higher education. The benefits of essay writing are numerous, and these benefits go beyond the school setting. During the writing course, I have been exposed to various essay writing strategies and approaches that have significantly improved my writing skills. As a student, I have learnt that essay writing is part of the learning process and applies to all disciplines. By taking the writing course, I have improved in all subjects. The course has helped me understand readings better and develop the skills needed to put ideas in writing in a coherent and organized manner... HOW MY ACADEMIC ...
Academic Criticism
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...academic writings. The main emphasis is made on the target audience, which consists of academicians and students. Every annotated source should be correlated with its goal of further implementation. In other words, the authors claim that the writers should summarize some important points of the source, which highlight its main goal. To summarize a source is not the only one important function of annotated bibliography, because it is very important to take into account different arguments, points and topic covered in the source and to mention... Annotated Bibliography Annotated bibliography is a perfect opportunity for every to summarize the main ideas of the required sources and implement these ideas in...
Academic Misconduct
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...Academic Integrity and the Perennial Problem of Cheating As with any issue related to morality and ethics, a wide range of opinions exists with regards to whether it is admissible and allowable for an individual to cheat within their scholastic endeavors. Ultimately, the question that this particular analysis will seek to answer is not whether or not cheating is in and of itself wrong, it is patently obvious that the evidence for its unethical nature abounds in a wide variety of extent literature; instead, the author will focus upon the externalities of cheating, how it is impacted, the thoughts of stakeholders concerning it, and what can be done to help curb this phenomena, are the more... Section/#...
Academic Skills
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...Academic skills 7 December, 2009 “Discuss the three main problems faced by Nigeria today. Suggest and evaluate possible solutions” At the beginning of this millennium, Okonkwo (p.58) had anticipated the threats that impended the Nigerian people and its government, along with the challenges that may come in way to handling these threats. From a globalization perspective, the challenge was to obtain a sustainable development of Nigeria and its people through effective educational system. Through education alone Nigeria, or any other country, can build a strong economy, educated and skilled workforce, bring peace and stability to the lives of its citizens. The last few...
Academic Monitoring
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...academic success. For the concept of monitoring goals Hofmeister and Lubke suggests that teachers focus on setting reasonable... For effective monitoring teachers employ a number of strategies. These include questioning during the presentation of the lesson to ascertain their level of understanding of the material presented. A second strategy entails the teacher moving around the classroom while students are engaged in seatwork. A third strategy involves assigning and correcting homework. A key strategy for determining students’ understanding of the content covered is to ask students for brief responses to the content of the lesson. These questions or learning probes reveal whether or not the instructio...
Academic elemtn
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...Academic elemtn Success in life through academic and career achievements is the motive of every young person of the modern world, and I greatly understand the significance of academic choices, including the right choice of the course and institution, for the achievement of career goals. I am an international student from Indonesia who has an unceasing desire for career development and ultimate success in life and career. Realizing the scope and importance of Business in the modern world and its capacity to provide the most potential achievement in the career, I have chosen it as my Major and I am currently studying at Community College....
Academic Interests
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...Academic Interests Academic and professional growth is a lifelong process that entails continuous learning. Joining the of Southern California will give me an opportunity to gain knowledge through interaction with experienced lecturers and success-oriented students. All my life I have always been mesmerized by the world of Arts and Journalism. Joining the USC will be the beginning of achieving my dream career. My first choice is a major Bachelors of Arts in communication and I intend to minor in communication, entertainment and society options. This course can be pursued at the USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism which offers a wide...
Academic expectations
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...academic and future professional growth. It has enabled me to experience communicating first hand with the deaf as well as exposed me to the difficulties and challenges faced in non-verbal communications. I believe that all the courses I have taken contribute to providing me with ample amount of knowledge towards my career goal. All the courses have been significant in furnishing me with the ability to develop healthy relationship with people especially those who cannot hear and communicate through words. I believe that aside from academic gains, I have been benefited through my growth emotionally and socially.... The general learning s which I have gained both in CUNY/College of n Island and Seymour...
Academic Skills
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...Academic Skills Academic skills are crucial for every person because they help to acquire new knowledge and continue self-education. such skills as structuring, planning, assessing, analyzing, synthesizing, etc help to master new information and select the most appropriate facts and data The aim of education, then, is the full intellectual, moral and spiritual development of the student. Students should acquire discipline and self-mastery, possess mental skills and have a firm character and goodwill. These dispositions are to serve the proper ends of humankind. Clearly students need practical skills to navigate in the everyday world, but the main orientation is toward the ideal... 08 July 2007 Academic ...
Academic Honesty Paper
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...Academic Honesty Paper Writing an academic paper is not simply an opportunity to express in writing one’s thought or opinion, but a serious responsibility to contribute in bringing out the truth. It is an arbitrary medium through which the author presents truthful study findings, hypotheses, or arguments found meritorious of further academic study, discussion or debate. As such, academic honesty is required, because truth begets honesty. Without honesty, an academic paper, even how superbly it is written, would be a trash unworthy of space in any academic journal. There are various ways in...
Academic Honesty Paper
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...Academic Honesty Paper Writing an academic paper is not simply an opportunity to express in writing one’s thought or opinion, but a serious responsibility to contribute in bringing out the truth. It is an arbitrary medium through which the author presents truthful study findings, hypotheses, or arguments found meritorious of further academic study, discussion or debate. As such, academic honesty is required, because truth begets honesty. Without honesty, an academic paper, even how superbly it is written, would be a trash unworthy of space in any academic journal. There are various ways...
Plagiarism is academic dishonesty
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...Academic Dishonesty Introduction Plagiarism is one of the academic dishonesties found in many institutions of learning. It is an offence that is committed both intentionally and unintentionally by the students and other academicians. The reasons for committing plagiarism vary among students and they include reasons such as an easy way to finish work given by the academic instructor. Plagiarism is indeed, the biggest concern in the writing world in the contemporary age. With the immense and speedy growth of literature since the past few years, academic scholars and educationalists have become too possessive about the credibility of information as well as the ownership... of literature. Writing...
FORMAL ACADEMIC PAPER
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...Academic Paper Writing an academic paper is always filled with difficulties and it is important to follow the basics in order to have a good written piece ready. My writing style derives its basis from doing the very basic things first and then delving deep into the intricacies related with developing the essay. I believe this makes my task easier as compared to the bottom-up approach, where difficult aspects are understood first and then the basics are dealt with. I always keep in mind to develop the structure of the academic paper that I am about to write. This keeps reminding me that I do not have to go off track and stick to what I have planned earlier for my writing needs. Having said... Formal...
Plagiarism and Academic Integrity
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...Academic Integrity College of San Francisco defines plagiarism as a form academic misconduct where an individual represents other people’s idea as their own work, which leads to erroneous appraisal of a person’s work and can be equated to cheating. I have learnt a number of things about plagiarism. The first thing I have learnt is on how to avoid plagiarism. Avoiding plagiarism entails understanding the idea of the author, generating your own words to express the idea and acknowledging other peoples idea through citation (Prentice Hall Companion, 2011). The second thing I have learnt is how paraphrasing can lead to plagiarizing. Proper paraphrasing should involve using your own word... Plagiarism and...
Academic and Career Goals
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...Academic and Career Goals Academic Goal My proximate academic goal is to become a Registered Nurse (RN). In order to successfully achieve this goal, I will first attain a degree as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). This is important to provide the basics and the experience I will require later on in order to achieve my career goal. The motivation to achieve my ultimate academic goal is strongly intrinsic. I am an academically average student and have always achieved the goals I set out for myself and this gives me the confidence that I will achieve this goal too. I also hate failing and hence aim at...
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