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How Much Weekly Exercise Is Needed To Achieve Lasting Health Benefits
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...How much weekly exercise is needed to achieve lasting health benefits? Introduction Exercise is a form of physical conditioning of the body and is claimed to have substantial benefits to humans. In line with this general information, the proponent of this article tries to identify in particular how much weekly exercise is needed in order to achieve lasting health benefits. This topic has significant implications for nursing practice due to the fact that the proponent tries to point out exercise in this article as a way to provide care for patients. Furthermore, any nursing...
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Critically analyse the benefits of a cross-curricular approach to learning and teaching within KS2
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...learning program. Specifically the National Curriculum for students between the age of nine to eleven, or the Key Stage 2, is designed to allow the primary school teachers to be guided on the learning topics they need to teach the students. (ACCAC, 2002). At the end of Key Stage 2, these students are required to participate in the national test and teacher assessment in English, Math and Science. The tests must focus on the range of KS2 levels. (ACCAC, 2004, p. 34) The emphasis now being cross-curricular approach, the teacher must critically analyze well in advance its benefits in the learning and teaching of Key Stage 2 (KS2) students. It is very important for the teacher to assess... Critically...
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How Formative Assessment Supports Pupils' Learning
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...guide how a teacher makes decisions about the course to take in future instructions. These elements highlight the student’s role in learning which is to understand and be able to use that knowledge in appropriate situations (Heritage 2010). How Do Teachers Use Formative Assessments? In formative assessments, teachers normally provide descriptive and not evaluative feedback to students. This feedback is provided by the teacher... ?How Formative Assessment Supports Pupils’ Learning Assessment in the child’s learning process is important as it measures the extent to which the pupil has gained knowledge and understood a particular subject (Tuttle 2009). The nature and manner of assessment has advanced...
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Individual Assessment of the Inquiry-Guided Learning Team Project
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...Guided Learning Team Project The League of Nations founded after the First World War became active from 1920s to the start of the Second World War focusing on world peace through disarmament. The League comprised the Secretariat, Council, and Assembly that required unanimity with no delineation of powers. Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, and U.K. became members of the League during its existence. In addition, conflicts of the League included Ethiopia, Sino-Japanese, and Soviet-Finnish. The fall of the League resulted due to a need for change after which the United Nations became established in 1945. The United Nations comprises of the International Court... The Individual Assessment of the Inquiry-Guided...
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Challenges ahead in running department store business in China A case study on GrandBuy how to achieve sustainable growth
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...learning organization. Technology, in the form of ERP, SCM and even CRM are tools that will enable the organization to store data. The data generated by these software then becomes an information that can be related to other information in order for it to become tangible knowledge. Knowledge is then use to become the basis or intelligence for a working action plan to achieve a particular goal. Each employee in a learning organization is tasked if not has the responsibility to share their tacit knowledge to contribute to the organization’s explicit knowledge to sustain growth. Creating a learning... ? A learning organization capitalizes on its experiences good and bad to create new opportunities to...
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The benefits / problems with having a diverse workforce of different cultures Justify (using the research literature) how to achieve mutual benefits for the organisation and the employees
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...benefits/ problems with having a diverse workforce of different cultures. Justify (using the research literature) how to achieve mutual benefits for the organisation and the employees 1. Introduction Diversity in workplace has been a common issue for enterprises around the world. In most cases, diversity is claimed to exist, however it has been proved that diversity in the workplace is not easily achievable. It needs a series of appropriate methodologies applied throughout the HR functions of an organization. In such a framework, diversity is expected to be developed gradually with the active participation of employers and employees. In this context, it is noticed by Rowden (1999, 22... ) that...
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Benefits of Distance Learning
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...learning. One is a position to study at his own schedule time using distance learning as learning material can be sent via the internet, CD-ROM or even video conferencing. (Distance Learning College Guide, 2005) Distance learning is associated with a number of benefits such as: Students have access to wide range of learning materials within seconds; one is exposed as he interact with other students in different background; reduced campus living expenses; one is not separated from his family and social lifestyle. (Florida Center for Instructional...
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How to manage change and achieve sustainable growth in Hong Kong Travel Industry A case study on China Travel Service
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...achieve a long term growth, so that a framework for change management can be presented for other organizations in the travel industry to emulate. As such, the research is guided by the following research questions 1.2 Research Questions The research questions are: 1. What are the challenges faced by CTS in the changing International tourism environment? 2. Are the strategies used by CTS appropriate to meet these challenges? 3. What are the changes that CTS needs to make in order to remain viable and profitable in face of these challenges? 4. How... ? “How to manage change and achieve sustainable growth in Hong Kong Travel Industry?” A case study on China Travel Service The current research aimed to...
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How to Achieve Top Search Engine Positioning
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...how to build a site optimized for placement. To achieve success, the web builder must understand what search engines like and what they don’t like as mistakes in page design are the most common deterrent to placement and are extensive on many web pages. Search engine placement is a vast and free form of advertising that organizations often wish to benefit from. Although search engine administrators frequently provide means to purchase more frequent “spidering” of a site, web site HTML construction and appearance of the pages will determine whether or not that site is ever seen by visitors who are searching for whatever product or idea that site is promoting. This paper will be researched...
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How retailers can achieve good PR coverage
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...How Retailers can achieve a good PR Retailing is a huge global business that keeps on growing with eachcoming day. New stores are opened in new locations everyday to meet the soaring demands of the locals. Even within existing markets, new needs emerge every time, and as a result, new retailers step in to meet the demands (Wood 2012). To effectively achieve this objective, the goodwill of the public is required. It is not just enough to provide the best goods at the best prices, but also quality services that would attract more customers. Issues such as ethical business practices, employee working conditions and customer service can often...
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Explain the advantages and disadvantages of Henry Mintzberg's prescriptive schools of strategy Explain how organisations may achieve competitive advantage and make competition irrelevant by using reconstructionist strategy
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...achieved production prowess. How Organisations May Achieve Competitive Advantage and Make Competition Irrelevant By Using Reconstructionist Strategy Reconstructionist approach is based on winning competition in the market when the organisation has few or low supply of resources and the nature of organisational structure... Advantages and Disadvantages of Henry Mintzbergs prescriptive Schools of Strategy Henry Mintzberg, a theorist from Canada and a developed ten strategic approaches in business management strategy which have significantly helped managers in effective planning and running of organisations. These are approaches under which a plan of action can be construed and formulated from in order to...
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GUIDED READING ACTIVITIES
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...Guided Reading Activities: Ethical Theory and Business By Business Ethics in a Global Environment Beauchamp, L. T., Bowie, E. N., and Arnold, D. G. (1998). Ethical Theory and Business. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Commonwealth of Australia. The main issue or problem raised in this text in the ethical management of business in the global environment. As more companies try to diversify and capture more market, they face a number of factors ranging from stakeholder interests to the protection of all interests in an ethical manner. Managerial capitalism indeed affects most corporates with the shareholder being the objects of business ethics. The authors articulately...
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Outline on the benefits of distance learning
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...Learning is for Everyone Presentation Type: Informative Presentation Topic: Distance Learning I. Introduction A. Attention Grabber: Mark Twain once quipped "I never let my schooling interfere with my education" (as cited in Mark Twain quotes) 1. Don't let old school attitudes prevent you from getting an education. B. Thesis: Distance learning is easier, more personal, and more affordable than a traditional campus education. C. Preview: I'm going to show you how you can get an accredited degree with a schedule that is tailored to your job, your lifestyle, and your financial situation. II. Body A. Distance learning is easy and convenient for everyone. 1. Online educational... Presentation Distance...
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Benefits of learning Macroeconomics in my life
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...Benefits of learning Macroeconomics in my life Over the recent past, the global economy has been faced with a lot of uncertainties associated with fluctuations of prices. The stability of an economy is as well determined by many factors including preceding and current economic conditions. Therefore, the study of economics is considered a significant aspect as it helps individuals to have a clear understanding and comprehend market conditions in regard to policies. This paper describes how learning economics has helped me understand economic policies effectively and how this knowledge will be helpful in my...
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How has the use of ICT enhanced the quality of learning and teaching across the curriculum at Key Stage 3
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...learning using ICT is consistently good, with a positive impact on pupils’ progress and achievement. In a few schools, teachers were using either data projectors or interactive whiteboards to present the lesson. A broad range of applications was observed in this sample of schools. The most common use was in research and enquiry, either open or guided. (Ofsted, 2004, p4) REFERENCES: Louisa,C. S.Yong,(2003) Composers’ Experimental Online Suite (ComeXos) Information and Communication Technology http://www.young-enterprise.org.uk/public... of activities in education.’(Louisa, 2003, p1) Information and communication technology ...
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How globalization benefits America's economy
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...How Globalization Benefits America's Economy Summary Argument The believes that economic challenges such as poverty experienced in many countries around the world are something that can be turned around by instituting good policies. The author applauses the role globalization has played in economic development and strongly disagreed with the fact that globalization has enhanced inequality. He asserts that it is through globalization that most poor countries have experienced rapid economic growth rate and per capita income (Wolf, 2004). The recent advancement in Asian economy is really transforming the world and the notion that globalization only makes the rich richer and the poor poorer... ...
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Identify three of the course learning outcomes that you will apply to achieve your personal and professional goals and provide an explanation of why these outcomes are important to you. Using personal experience and realistic examples, describe how you w
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...learning outcomes This paper enlightens that to explain, analyze and to synthesize the important terminologies, theories and basic concept used in leadership, are the three basic course learning outcomes that are applicable to achieve the personal anf professional goal. It also gives a short review of the primary theories of leadership used for profit and non-profit organizations and their applications in business settings. Also enlighten the strength and weakness of contemporary leadership models. There is also a brief explanation of affect of power and influence, gender issue, corporate culture, personal values, globalization and outcome...
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The benefits of using a web portal in high schools
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...guided with the following research questions 1. How will the portal develop a flexible design of data management that is cost effective and time efficient? 2. How will the portal handle diverse, huge, and fast data outputs necessitated by advancement in technology? 3. How will the student conduct research on multiple sources presented on the web? 4. How will the students use the search engine to obtain information like references? 5. How does the school maintain its web portal after developing it? 6. What are some of the major benefits of a web portal? 5) A brief research methodology including ethical issues... ? The benefits of using a web portal in high schools The benefits of using a web portal in...
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Learning disabilities
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...achieving improved performance. For instance, students with language deficit often benefit from clarifications of test directions. Certain disabilities such as learning disabilities are caused by neurological or even heritable disparities in brain structure. Consequently, these disabilities can affect the duration, as well as manner in which students... ?Chapter II: Study of the Problem Problem with learning disabilities encompass the highest number with special needsin the US (Tzuriel & Samuels, 2000). The basic criteria used to pinpoint students with learning disabilities include: difficulties in specific cognitive processes, particularly those thought to be inherited brain dysfunctions; cognitive...
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Explain how the corporate guided market mitigates the threat of under-consumption in the system of abundance
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...benefits of various commodities in the market. Through this, they would be lured to buy them thus increasing their consumption levels to match the level of production (Keynes 75). Apart from intensive marketing of the available commodities, the corporate guided market should consider reviewing the labor market. Since under consumption is attributed to low or stagnated wages, the employees should be offered higher and reasonable wages that correspond with the kind of work... Micro and Macro Economics Mitigation of the Threat of Under-Consumption in a System of Abundance Abundance is economic system in which the rate of consumption is lower than that of production. Meaning, there exists a high production...
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How to achieve HR Operational Excellence in Global Corporations
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...how to start from. There might be a wide range of alternatives or possibilities of improvement which the company would have to choose from. Companies face difficulty in identifying the starting point. Also, it is a challenge to identify which is the best opportunity in front of them in terms of costs and risks. At times, the individual manufacturing units often try to maximise their performance and do not consider the benefit of the organisation on the whole. This individual success is often achieved at the cost of other units. According to estimates, majority of the activities performed in pharmaceutical companies do not add value to the product. However, the programs have been... ?How to achieve HR...
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Learning disabilities
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...achieving improved performance. For instance, students with language deficit often benefit from clarifications of test directions. Certain disabilities such as learning disabilities are caused by neurological or even heritable disparities in brain structure. Consequently, these disabilities can affect the duration, as well... Chapter II: Study of the Problem Problem with learning disabilities encompass the highest number with special needs in the US (Tzuriel & Samuels, 2000). The basic criteria used to pinpoint students with learning disabilities include: difficulties in specific cognitive processes, particularly those thought to be inherited brain dysfunctions; cognitive problems that interfere...
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How does Amazon.com use their digital channels to achieve success
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...How Amazon.com uses their digital channels to achieve success Its prominence in online commerce has made amazon.com to be highly synonymous with online commerce compared to other companies. This branding came mainly during the early periods of the dot.com boom because amazon.com was engaging in a lot of online commerce and since that time, it has been spending a lot of money to increase its online interactions with customers. Unlike other online retailers, amazon.com is been becoming more and more successful in using digital channels to help customers find products and services online, and also converting online transactions into final product deliveries....
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How did the United States justify and achieve Manifest Destiny
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...achieve Manifest Destiny How United s justified and achieved the Manifest Destiny Manifestation notion was a belief to promote the expansion and destiny of Americans in the 19th century. A settler was to move across the continent to spread their institutions and tradition and at the same moment enlighten the primitive nations. The American settlers felt superior to other nations and considered the Hispanics and Indians inferior only deserving cultivation. United States settlers valued their country and wanted the whole world to be in the image of their nation. Majority of the Americans believed that God greatly blessed them to have given them a nation with perfect... The Justification of United s to...
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How to achieve HR Operational Excellence in Global Corporations
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...how to start from. There might be a wide range of alternatives or possibilities of improvement which the company would have to choose from. Companies face difficulty in identifying the starting point. Also, it is a challenge to identify which is the best opportunity in front of them in terms of costs and risks. At times, the individual manufacturing units often try to maximise their performance and do not consider the benefit of the organisation on the whole. This individual success is often achieved at the cost of other units. According to estimates, majority of the activities performed in pharmaceutical companies do not add value to the product. However... How to achieve HR Operational Excellence in...
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Learning and Development Provision
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...learning can be achieved objectively. References: 1. Ronald L Jacobs, (2003), Structured On-the-Job Training: Unleashing Employee Expertise into the Workplace, Berrett-Koehler Publishers; 2nd edition. 2. Phillips J., Stone, R. (February 27, 2002), How to Measure Training Results: A Practical Guide to Tracking the Six Key Indicators, McGraw-Hill; 1 edition. 3. Employee Training Decisions, Business Strategies And Human Resource Management Practices: A Study By Size Of Business, 2006, http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/epic/site/sbrp-rppe.nsf/en/rd02059e.html [Accessed 1 November 2008]. 4. Guide to the Analysis of the Workplace and Employee Survey, (2001), Statistics Canada, http... of...
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PERSONAL PAPER IBEW LOCAL # 3 Electrical Apprentice...How Electrical Theory Class should be more of a hands on learning class then listening to a lecture...Talk about the benefits of having a hands on learning class
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...learn about the differences between direct currents and alternating currents, winding ratios, waveforms, volts, amps, ohms, the various laws of electricity and the mathematics required, it is equally important to learn how to apply this knowledge. That is why I think my electrical theory class should be more hands-on, and there have been many studies that will support my feelings. In general, hands-on is self-explanatory, but it goes much... Electrical Theory Should Be More Hands-on I am an electrical apprentice for IBEW Local #3 in New York I am currently enrolled in an electricaltheory program and think that there is too much lecture time, and not enough hands-on time. Although it is imperative to...
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Learning how to learn
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...learning, it is my belief that concepts should not just be read but that the learner should talk through the whole process. According to Jensen (65), such an approach to learning increases the chances that students will internalize their coursework. There are several strategies used to enhance the effectiveness of this form of study. When tasked with an assignment, the best way to tackle... it is to identify a second party and share with them ideas regarding a particular task (Tucker and Singleton, 72). This approach to earning develops a strong mind and based on the creativity; I will be in a capacity to write a brief outline of how I will answer any forthcoming questions....
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Guided Analysis: Suffering Worksheet
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...learn to mind or obey. "It was excellent for me to be upset so that I may learn your verdict." (Psalm 119:71). Also, in the position of Job, truthfulness in trial indicate that we serve God not just for the payback He offers, but for the fruitful love of God Himself (Job 1-2). (RSV, 1952) How the problem of evil and suffering lead one to the conclusion that absolutes exist When people are pleased by God in the mist of suffering, we are enhanced able to soothe others. Pain as well as suffering plays a function in developing religious character, and in keeping us away from sin. It is evident... Guided Analysis: Suffering Worksheet Experienced of a period of suffering  My great-grandfather passed away five...
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Stress management - guided imagery
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...achieved by gaining enough sleep. Proper time management is another stress management skill that helps one... Stress Management Behavior Stress can be defined as an internal reaction to certain proceedings or even circumstances thatposes challenges to us to make changes in our livelihood. Stress appears whenever individuals comprehend that they cannot thoroughly cope with the demands that are being made on them or perhaps along with threats concerning their well-being. It can be caused by both the internal and external factors. Our bodies responds to stress in myriads of ways such as fast and shallow breathing, increased pulse rate among others. According to the current research, there are some very effe...
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Compensation and Benefits Critical Reflection of Learning Reflection
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...BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION (A Reflection Paper on Kolbs LSI) of (affiliation) COMPENSATION ANDBENEFITS ADMINISTRATION People are different from one another, and each individual person is unique in many and varied ways. No two persons can be alike, and in this sense, each individual exhibits his unique personality and character traits. This variety in people is also manifested in their learning styles, in how each person assimilates knowledge and learns new things and ways of doing things. This is the main topic of this brief paper, in which there are basically four styles by which people can learn by processing information: concrete experience (CE), reflective observation (RO... an objective...
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Understanding the learning process
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...how the learner receives the information and their willingness to participate. The involvement level is reliant on the learner’s compliance. Valuing of the learned material occurs when the learner can relate to the information given. Valuing is the aspect that enables the student to solve problems that may arise in a real life situation. Organization refers to a student’s ability to balance values and emotions. For example: enjoying liberties in a responsible manner. If the student is able to internalise the learnt values, then he/she can work independently at a professional level. 2 Psychomotor This domain is based on physical... Understanding the Learning Process Health Sciences and Medicine...
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E-learning: Benefits and Barriers for Primary School Education
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...guiding students to the right ones, for instance. E-learning, hence, is composed of multilayered and learning activities that entail the use of computers, networks and multimedia technologies. 1.1.4. Benefits of e-Learning E-learning seeks to provide diverse benefits to teachers and learners alike. The Internet combines text, audio, and video and offers opportunities for both synchronous and asynchronous interaction (Panda and Mishra, 2007: 325). Synchronous learning follows traditional classroom learning, where classes happen in real time (Etherington, 2008: 31). Teachers and students interact through live video or audio streaming, for instance. Asynchronous learning enables students... ? E-Learning:...
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Specific Learning difficulties and disabilities that restrict language acquisition
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...achieve at a higher degree in literacy and language acquisition. The underlying rationale is to avoid inappropriate referrals to special education services or inappropriate non-referrals. Since my work involves identification of learning disabilities, assessments and referrals, this research is very important for how I can improve my success rate and help teachers formulate appropriate teaching strategies. This is important for all learners, particularly learners with learning disabilities. An inappropriate program can be a significant barrier to learning and will only exacerbate the learning disabilities manifested... The Effects of Dyslexia and Dyspraxia on Language Acquisition in Literacy...
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TechSL: Technology as a Second Language: An analysis of the pros and cons of academic integration of Multimedia and Web 2.0 technologies and whether technology integration in the classroom proves to enhance learning or impede academic development
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...achieve internal validity. The third stage led to the development of generic solutions by analysis the tested theories. Situated technology, in the final phase, adapted the generic solutions for overall client acceptance. Clark, Yates, Early & Moulton (2010) studied discovery based learning and guided training methods elaborately and analysed the pros and cons of using electronic media for classroom interaction. The findings highlighted the major reasons for the failure of electronic media and the shortcomings of discovery based learning. Clark & Feldon (2005) threw light on five common but questionable... Techsl: Technology As A Second Language: An Analysis Of The Pros And Cons Of Academic Integration ...
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How to do service learning
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...Learning Thank you [previous speaker]. Good Afternoon fellow students my name is XXXXX and I will be dealing with how service learning can be implemented. Let me begin by quoting a very famous saying by a great Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi, “I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer to neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again” (Howard University). As we have already learnt, service learning is a form of experimental learning. Here students use all their skills and experience to apply to real life... XXXXXXXX Number: XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXX XXXXXXX of XXXXXXXX Service...
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Learning and Development Bachelor Essay
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...benefits of having an informal learning atmosphere suitable for sharing their knowledge with peers and colleague. For this to happen, the senior management at the People's Bank of China needs to sponsor the initiative of implementing an informal learning culture in the organisation. This would be achieved through developing a high level understanding of the benefits of informal learning across the organisation. The organisation needs to support information sharing and knowledge management concepts. This can be further strengthened by providing rewards... LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Executive Summary In the contemporary world, continuous learning and development has been critical for the attainment of...
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How effective is e-learning
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...learning Outline Introduction Technological revolutions led to e-learning. E-learning improves access to education, efficiency and reliability for both teachers and students. E-learning enables students to learn at their free time. E-learning has gained popularity due to reliability and effectiveness. The content is delivered through internet. Presently, it has been verified that electronic learning is favored to traditional learning methods in efficiency, reliability and students and teachers use e-learning than traditional...
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Investigating the theory and Practice of Strategies that support learning in Science for Children with English as an Additional
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...guided inquiry to direct instruction. Incorporate teaching strategies and assessment plans that are in harmony with the goals of the learning process. Incorporate teaching strategies that help children become aware of variations in their way of thinking. Incorporate teaching strategies that raise children’s’ awareness of how they come up with knowledge together and individually. Undertake the learning process in science for children with strategies and techniques that help them become active thinkers. Incorporate... ? Investigating the theory and Practice of Strategies that support learning in Science for Children with English as an Additional Language Instructor: Course: Date: Investigating the theory...
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Childrens Learning in the Early Years
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...Learning in the Early Years A. The Importance of Play Play is a child’s world. It is an avenue where one can be free to be oneself without anyone imposing rules or restrictions to conform to society’s standards. Play offers many benefits that foster children’s learning. It engages the mind to actively imagine various scenarios for fun or for problem-solving. Babies and toddlers play in order to get to know their world – how things work, how people react, etc. They get to explore and discover things that otherwise they will not learn about if they do not actively engage in play. This free exploration is considered Heuristic play by Holland (2003... ?Review of Literature I. Introduction: Children’s...
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How a Country Benefits From International Trade
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...How a Country Benefits From International Trade Introduction The theory of international trade has its backing from the law of comparative advantage coined in the early 19th century (AC Mulligan). Formulated by David, Ricardo, the law of comparative advantage was a pivotal development of the theory of absolute advantage previously developed by Adam Smith. As opposed to the theory of the absolute advantage, Ricardo believes that comparative advantage is enough to make trade possible and desirable (Dennis Appleyard) Main Body The Theory One way that trade helps realizes gain for the trading countries is through specialization. “Complete specialization means that all resources are devoted... ...
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Benefits
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...benefit from providing adequate care and coverage for the employee workforce in order for the organization objectives to be achieved. Similarly, efforts to cut on costs would go a long way in ensuring lower overhead and general... ?RUNNING HEAD: Benefits Government-man d Benefits Lecturer: Government-Man d Benefits Summary National government policy requires employers to provide some benefits to all employees. These benefits (also known as social insurance programs) include unemployment compensations, Social Security, workers’ compensation, and family and medical leave. According to Dominguez’s report on Social Security and Medicare future funding, it has been postulated that both programs are expected...
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How reasoning applies to learning
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...guided by general reasoning principles. But general reasoning principles would not be enough. The kind of reasoning we have in mind is probably a reflection of attitudes toward texts and evidence that is acquired with education. Neither specifically historical nor fully general, this kind of reasoning depends on learning to approach texts and evidence in certain ways, critically and with an attempt to sort out evidence and construct arguments. We assume that historical literacy, in some form along... Linking learning to characteristics is interesting but difficult. Some of our learning differences, but not all, stem from relevant knowledge, and that would hardly be news. But we do not know the extent...
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Benefits
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...benefit that can help employees achieve that goal is flexible time. Flexible time is a work arrangement that gives the employees the ability to set their own hours during... The total compensation package an employee receives from a company is composed of two primary elements: salary and benefits. The average salary in the United States is approximately $43,000 per year. Due to the intense competition in the labor market companies are able to differentiate themselves by offering superior benefit packages. Offering great benefits can help a company recruit talented employees. Good benefit packages help companies increase their employee retention rate. Some of the benefits that companies can provide to its ...
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Perks and Benefits in The Organisations
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...benefits are under the Health maintenance organization which provides and arranges health care benefits like insurance for employees and seeks to it that employers with more than 25 employees offer theses certified HMO benefits if the employer provides its employees any medical facilities and health insurance. It is just a standard of health care which an employer needs to achieve when offering health care benefits to its employees (Beam & MacFadden, 2001). The nature The nature of these benefits is as such that the health maintenance organization works as a mediator between the employer,...
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Teaching Students with Disabilities with the use of technology to support the learning process
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...achievement in a manner that might not be possible with traditional methods, including facilitating individual skills and abilities. Technologies aid in addressing physical and time constraints and possess the capability to deliver a significant impact on students’ engagement with learning. Students who struggle to understand visual, print, and auditory inputs encounter challenges in experiencing deep engagement while learning fresh content since decoding processes consume a disproportionate share of working memory. Benefits Assistive Technology The potential for assistive technology in education for students with disabilities is immense. Assistive technologies, in this case... ? Teaching with...
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Benefits
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...how to be the applicant plus the acquirer of those reimbursements. Those forms include: Normal retirement’s benefits Early retirement’s benefits Escalation (partial, full escalation) benefits Article 14 also addresses the benefits for the disable employees either accidently or permanently. Advantages can be given to the employees who were former to companies died within the time of one year of their resignation and accidental deaths without the negligence are paid even after more than one year resignation from the companies by the employers. This article effects the people who are in job and who are...
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Positive and negative effects of Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation used by organizations and if the benefits outweigh the negat
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...learning. The reason is that when a company uses rewards and bonuses to motivate employees to show improved performances, employees’ focus shift from job learning to achievement of rewards which affects the knowledge learning ability of employees. Employees just work for getting the rewards instead of building their intellectual and professional skills and knowledge which occur only if employees are intrinsically motivated. These were some of the negative effects of using external sources for building employee motivation in organizations. Does Benefits of Motivation Outweigh the Negatives? Having discussed the positive and negative effects of both... ? INTRINSIC AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION goes here] [Your...
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Lifelong Learning Coursework
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...achieved if managers are aware of what resources are available for educational purposes and how to access them. The results of the multiple regression analysis are also noteworthy. All studies have implicated both motivational (internal and external) and sociodemographic variables as inherent in the pursuit of professional learning activities. Whether termed "educability," "future orientation" (both in Livneh's original study), "intellectual... Running Head: FACTORS INFLUENCING MOTIVATION TOWARDS CONTINUING Factors influencing motivation towards continuing professional development along the framework of lifelong learning in two groups of qualified mental health nurses [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name]...
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Employee Training & Development and Organizational Benefits
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...Benefits Table of Contents Introduction 4 Research Aims and Objectives 5 Literature Review 6 Employee Training and Development in Organisations 6 Future Focus for Learning, Training and Development in Organisations in UK 7 Globalization and Need for Training 7 Benefits Accruing from Training Activities 8 Training Culture and Business Performance 9 The Right Training Approach 10 Primary Research 11 Research Strategies- Qualitative and Quantitative Research 11 Choice of Research 12 Data Collection Methods and Techniques 12 Hypothesis Testing 13 Research Findings and Analysis 13 Quantitative Analysis 13 Qualitative Analysis 19 Recommendations 19... ? Employee Training & Development and Organizational...
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