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Responsibilities of being a good student
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...Good Education has a special role in our lives and as we also share some responsibilities with our elders. Being a student is not enough but we have to perform certain duties to become a good student. Students make a major part of any community because of association of a major population of youth with educational institutions. Students not only form a major part of a community but a whole society (Ranarana 2009). As students form larger parts of any society, so, they have to play their role as effectively as possible. There are many responsibilities of a being a good student, which are given in this paper. The first and foremost responsibility of a good student... Teacher: Responsibilities of Being a...
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Three characteristics of a good student
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...students whose parents do odd jobs. Besides the external factors, there are also internal factors amongst students, which make them to be either good or bad. This present essay seeks to discuss three characteristics (internal factors) of a student who is good whilst providing a discussion about the characteristic. However, it is important to note that a good student is not necessarily a bright... ? Characteristics of a Successful s 25th November, Introduction In a set-up, are drawn from different backgrounds, which means that they have different perspective towards education and this subsequently shapes their attitudes towards education and even how undertake their private studies as well as behave in...
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Having good study skills can improve student
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...Good Study Skills Can Improve a The quality of education imparted to the has greatly improved over the years. Policymakers have come to assess the fact that stress on education and learning is important for the development of a country. With this stress upon education, methods have been put forward to improve the standards of learning of the students. Students are guided by their teachers and counselors for their improvement in class performance. An important guidance that can be provided by the teachers to their students for improvement includes direction for good study skills. There are various good studying skills and these skills are of utmost importance as they can lead to provide... Having Good...
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DEBATE on Are Uniforms a Good Way to Improve Student Discipline and Motivation
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...student motivation. School Uniforms Wearing of School uniforms is a good way of promoting discipline among students as well as motivating them to concentrate on their studies. It is true to say that the contemporary world is full of diversity ranging from different types of cultures to social and economic disparities. This is no different in institutions of learning, where it is found that different students come from families which are different in terms of wealth. In this context, failure to impose uniforms on students would be a way of extending the disparities to schools, as each and every student would be motivated to outdo each other in terms... ?Introduction A uniform may be defined as a standard...
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Are School Uniforms a Good Way to Improve Student Discipline and Motivation
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...Good Way to Improve Motivation and Discipline? The usage of school uniforms in public education has been debated a lotover the past decade or so. There are strong opinions on both sides of the argument. I think, however the answer to this question is simple. School uniforms do not directly improve a student’s performance in school. In this paper I hope to show that although proponents of school uniforms have the right idea, there is not enough credible evidence to suggest clothing has any affect on motivation or discipline. The proponents of school uniforms have clearly stated why these uniforms should be worn. Endersby (2009) discusses several of the key points. School... ?Are School Uniforms a Good Way ...
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Student teachers, educational judgement In the 21st century classroom, using the knowledge of good ends to decide appropriate means; Discuss
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...good ends 2 Identifying the appropriate means to realise the goals 5 The ability to make good decisions or think wisely 7 Translating knowledge into practice 9 Taking up learning as a personal responsibility 10 Conclusion 12 Student teachers’ educational judgement in the 21st century classroom: Using the knowledge of good ends to decide appropriate means Introduction The future of education depends largely on the decisions that present-day practitioners employ in mentoring future teachers. On one hand, the recent challenges seem to direct us to explore non-traditional means to resolve the issues. On the other hand, a careful review of the literature... Table of Contents Introduction 2 Identifying the...
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Student teachers, educational judgement In the 21st century classroom, 'using the knowledge of good ends to decide appropriate
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...good ends 2 Identifying the appropriate means to realise the goals 5 The ability to make good decisions or think wisely 7 Translating knowledge into practice 9 Taking up learning as a personal responsibility 10 Conclusion 12 Student teachers’ educational judgement in the 21st century classroom: Using the knowledge of good ends to decide appropriate means Introduction The future of education depends largely on the decisions that present-day practitioners employ in mentoring future teachers. On one hand, the recent challenges seem to direct us to explore non-traditional means to resolve the issues. On the other hand, a careful review of the literature... ?Table of Contents Introduction 2 Identifying the...
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Case Study : Chelsea Chaplin (17) achieved good GCSE results and up until shortly before her exams was considered to be a good but rather lively student. She was often seen as the class clown, but in general was well liked by her teachers and most
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...good student she was often seen as the class clown. Although this was seen as a positive trait by the school population in general... For the purpose of this assignment, the case study the will be using to analyze behavior is that of Chelsea, a 17-year old who has been exhibiting a remarkably drastic change from her previously well-liked personality. Influences on Chelsea’s Behavior Upon analyzing Chelsea’s case one finds that there appears to have been a rather extreme change in her behavior over a supposedly short period of time. While in the beginning, alterations in her manners may not have appeared overtly visible or threatening but lately she has been increasingly putting herself in harm’s way by i...
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I argue that street smart are as good as school smart because intellectualism is more important than academic intelligence. and schools need to take topics that interest student and turning them into academic works
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...good grades in academic activities. Thus schools should provide students with subjects that would consider interesting everyday-life topics and don’t refuse students’ striving to learn what they like, even though such topics might look not academic at all. Differentiation between intellectualism and academic intelligence is very... Intellectualism vs. Academic Intelligence School Even though most people underrate the importance of so-called street smart and don’t consider such kind of knowledge as legitimate, still it turns out that in most cases being street smart is more important than having academic intelligence. The point is that often street smart people appear to be smarter than those who get...
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Successful Student
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...good notes and reading them repeatedly. A good student should never procrastinate the homework and assignments. It is paramount that a student lays a good foundation from the first semester in college so that they kick off with a good grade than try to recover later on (Hansen, 2015). Keeping time and attempting all school work is essential. Utilizing the college resources to conduct research on other activities is also important in order to have a broad knowledge... Success in College of Success in College Introduction A. Hook College is one of the highest institutions in the education process. The acquisition of a position in such an organization is a privilege and a chance to prepare for the future. ...
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Effective Strategies for a Student Success
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...student is to manage his time properly, so that he can balance his work and extra-curricular activities in the most effectual manner. Students must set priorities in their lives, and must be determined enough to give their schoolwork the top priority. Time management will help them meet deadlines that their instructors have set for them regarding their assignments. Students must finish their assignments well in time, because this will make their image better in the eyes of their professors, which is a good thing toward their success. Students must also set regular routines for their sleeping and waking...
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Characteristics that a student displays that make him deserving of a scholarship from the University
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...good student should possess because this is one of the inner beauties needed by many people and makes the holder of such value loved and respected in return. This and all of the aforementioned attitudes are all equally important for a student to own and in addition must display good grooming as outer appearance follows inner values.... ?Full In a globally competitive environment, are now getting more self-motivated in doing their best to be able to survive in a fast-paced and demanding world. The characteristics that students display while they are still in school will most definitely define their future because studying is a basic step one takes to build his life. It is then...
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Student Achievements - Global Revisions
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...student’s goal. There are those students who work hard in their schoolwork with an aim of having a good career in future. Such students will, therefore, put more efforts towards achievement of this goal. Extrinsic motivation comes from the external environment of the learners. Individuals who promote this type of motivation can be teachers, parents and other students. A teacher can promote extrinsic motivation in a learner by constantly reinforcing good character. Reinforcement can be done through offering incentives like sweets, books or pens (Gross, 2009). A teacher can also motivate students who perform well by offering them gifts to ensure... Running head: Factors affecting Performance Factors...
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How to Become a Straight A Student by Cal Newport
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...students choose study methods such as making short notes to remember key information, repeating or verbalizing the information studied and using memory tools to help retain the information. Jim was always an average student. Although he was always poring over his books, trying to memorize facts, he was never a good student, only managing to scrape through exams and never getting the grades he wanted. Jim’s parents were disappointed. Jim himself thought that he was a loser with a learning disability. Jim always wondered why some of his friends who spent much of their time partying seemed to breeze through their exams while... ? Sebastian Studying for exams In his book, “How To Become A Straight A The...
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Student Homework
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...Students Name Course Name Instructor Date Student Homework Homework is a valuable tool on many levels for both the teacher and the student. It can provide feedback to the teacher that is crucial to understanding the current level of comprehension of the student. It is also an excellent resource for independent practice away from the classroom and, if executed correctly by the teacher, it can act as a motivational tool to improve the students understanding of the daily lesson plans and help to lay down good work habits for the future. However, it should not be overused or incorrectly...
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Correct Common Student Errors
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...good understanding of the meaning of division, knowledge of the multiplication table and the ability to estimate.’ It appears that these three students have understood the different steps involved in the long division process. However, there are some basic misconceptions which they have demonstrated in their completion of this worksheet. Firstly, Student A appears to have a sound grasp of the concept of long division. The student has meticulously conducted every step... Long division is a complex procedure which requires adequate knowledge of the basic principles in mathematics, ly, dividing, multiplying and subtracting. Aharoni (2000) notes that mastering the concept of long division ‘requires a good...
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Student Participation
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...student makes a very quick response, then teacher must be able to keep up with providing response for those having a hard time tackling the problems. However, if there are many students around, the teacher will get tired from monitoring the students. Nevertheless, there is a joyful reward in doing these things since the interest of the student has already been awakened. As for the assessment part, the teacher must be very keen in knowing who needs help. The process of mentoring the learners is stimulating since it gives you an idea if they would are having a difficult time in understanding the concepts. The only...
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The Effects of Teacher Morale on Student Learning and Performance
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...Student Learning and Performance Introduction Background of the Study The study discusses the effects of teacher’s morale on student learning and performance. To date, it is believed that in order to raise and keep the teachers morale high, teachers expect that they will be appreciated for the achievements of their students. Furthermore, when teachers are appreciated, they get inspired to teach more efficiently and effectively. It directly impacts on the student a good morale of a teacher can lead their students on the high level of achievements. However, form decades, the teacher morale has been affected due... The Effects of Teacher Morale on Learning and Performance The Effects of Teacher Morale on...
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Student Assessment
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...student work makes the expectations for success clear, and thereby solves a major problem of traditional assessment, namely, the mystery of marking/evaluating student performance" (Course Resource). If a student does not get a good grade despite knowing the rubrics, the teacher is to a point faultless because... Productive Assessment Traditional practices on assessment have today come under increasing scrutiny and are criticized for their narrow approach which restricts students with choices. An example of these are multiple choice questions and their emphasis on grades as outcomes which eventually do not serve students beyond their class rooms (Tanner 1948). The need for authentic assessment has thus...
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Reflection Paper
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...student engages in over time. In line with this, the outcome is either success or failure depending on the input of the student. Hence, hard work produces success while failing to work hard will result to failure. However, it is possible to have students, who worked hard throughout the semester and their school life, fail to obtain good grades. One thing to point out is that the definition of success through grades is not appropriate in a school setup. Hence, a student can be able to achieve success in some aspects of their life while at school. For example, there are students who... Reflection Paper In the of a life in school, a lot of work is involved in deciding the outcome of the activities that a...
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Shy student
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...student. Why she is very shy in participating in my class? She might ask further. Is it about her family background? A good question that would help her investigates more. Is she bullied by her classmates? Another question that would help her gathers more facts about Mira, and why she can’t voice out in class. There are several reasons unknown to her, making a judgment now would not be as effective as when she further awaits for the revelation of facts about Mira’s response and attitude in her class. Finally, Incubation and Suspended Judgment will be a perfect combination to help Ms. Aretti solves Mira’s problem – her shyness in her class... Creative Problem Solving: Helping a Shy How to help Mira...
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Student Plan
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...Student Thinking and Learning. New York: ASCD. Riley, P. (2010). Attachment Theory and the Teacher-Student Relationship: A Practical Guide for Teachers, Teacher Educators and School Leaders. London: Routledge. Vahid, F. (2007). How to Be a Good Graduate Student. New Jersey: Lulu.com.... ? Purpose Plan By Introduction People engage in different activities or take on various actions with a purpose. Before engaging in an important activity, it is essential that a person plans how he or she will execute the activity or action. However, before this, another important aspect is the development of goals. This includes the desired outcomes of the activity or action undertaken (Vahid, 2007)....
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Improving Student Academic Behavior
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...good teacher relationship as well as peer adjustment, among other critical factors of success in the development of education. The significance of parent-teacher relationships in promoting student behavior cannot be underrated and so is the significance of student behavior in improving academic performance of the students (Hayes, 2012); this underscores the need for parents to collaborate with teachers in the educational development of their children since such partnerships directly influence student behaviour and academic performance respectively. References Cullingford, C., & Morrison, M. (1999). Relationships between parents and schools: A case study... Improving Student Academic Behavior This paper...
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Autism student
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...good chance that these theories lead to more studies and researched which may bring about the developments in treating the children with autism (Bauman, 1993; Biklen, 1990 and 1997; Gernsbacher et al., 2007). The Theory of Mind (TOM) has been one of the special applications towards autism which has also provided an extension to the cognitive abilities. These theories have further given rise to the instructional efforts which take into account the communication and cognitive deficiencies of the students with autism and teach them to recognize body language and expressions... ?RUNNING HEAD: AUTISM Autism of the of the Autism There have been controversies regarding the nature, intervention and the treatment ...
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The good citizen
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...Good Citizen The Good Citizen The five interview questions Who is a good citizen? 2. What are the basic characteristics of a good citizen? 3. How do we know if a person is a good citizen or not? 4. Why is it important to be a good citizen? 5. What are the challenges that a good citizen might experience? Who is a good citizen? Student 1: According to student 1, a good citizen is a national or civilian who respects other people as well as their property. The citizen is also considerate and helpful, at...
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Student employment
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...students by developing curricula that is relevant to the present job market. According to the conference board of Canada. Knowledge house 2003:3 "8 out of 10 organizations said that graduates should have better interpersonal skill, writing, presentation... Peter Knight and Yorke, M .(pp9) There is a general belief in the UK labor market that fresh graduates lack the skills that enhance their employability (pp 15) in terms of employability, a degree is only a label on the graduate for some ambiguous skill set, the need of the hour is that graduates orient themselves to become employable in the labour market . The UK Government, Universities are being charged with improving the employability of stude...
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What am I
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...good student then an individual will exhibit characteristics that are the characteristics of a good student. These characteristics include studying hard, acting in a disciplined manner in school and class and involving oneself in class activities. These behaviors will result in better grades for the student and will place a positive picture of the student in the minds of the classmates as well as teachers and in turn this will become his/her identity. Individuals need to ensure that there is congruence between what they think they are and what others think they are. In order to attain this...
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Please give a conclusion of this presentation
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...students at school use debt given by the agencies in order for them to study at the colleges. Some students go to college and forget their main agenda and instead waste time while the smart ones graduate and get good jobs that support them. It is the duty of the student to pay back the debt after graduation and save money for their good being. For a good student, after graduation... College Debt Men always have in terms of money saving and using unlike women who fear of the terror if they do not have money because they believe that money is their security. It is the duty of a man to make sure that he has got enough to care for the family. This will depend with how much one has in the bank. Most of the...
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Good teaching
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...Good Teaching Practices Briggs described a theory on the general structure of teaching process. The brigs theory for good teaching practices describes some essential factors for selecting the particular teaching methods. According to Biggs there are generally two categories of students broadly differentiated by their interest and enthusiasm in learning. The first group of students is those who have very keen interest in the study material and want to know more beyond the actual course. They can be characterized by their frequent questions as they tend to do huge homework about the relevant topic before coming to the...
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Student loan vs bank loan
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...students in the world are still young, with no reliable income or bank account balances, which can serve as collateral for the bank loans. This therefore makes student loans a good option for students, as they do not require any collateral as a qualification condition (Forest 263). “Kiplinger’s Personal Finance” records that the flexibility of federal student loans applies even during the loan repayment period, and this boosts their likeability by students. After studies, and upon getting employment, a student may choose the most convenient way for them to repay the loan (71... ?Outline Introduction The role of bank loans and loans in different world nations A highlight of the federal loans in the USA...
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Student Loan Crisis
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...Student Loan Crisis Today, higher education and attaining bachelor’s degree is a major concern for many American citizens, particularly the youths. Having an access to quality education is very important as it enables students to get a good job that satisfies them and live a comfortable life. This can only be achieved by studying in college, passing the courses, and attaining the degree. However, this is not easy and so many Americans have to get loans to enable them study in college. In the end, they will face risk of paying a very high debt because of the interests they have to pay. Student loans have become the main source of indebtedness in America (). Notably, the U.S government... the...
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Student press freedom
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...students for full citizenship rights later on as adults. A good number of precedent-setting legal cases have been filed to clarify student press freedom. Student press freedom is to be balanced with other general public interest concerns, and students... PRESS FREEDOM (A reflection paper) of Introduction The freedom of the press, similar to the freedom of religion, is a sacrosanct freedom and is enshrined in the Constitution as the First Amendment. This precedence among amendments is to show how important these freedoms are to a fully-functioning democracy. Without them, it is virtually impossible to have an orderly society based on democratic principles. In this regard, the freedom of the press is...
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Student loan vs bank loan
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...student should be clean. The students should also have a repayment ability convincing enough to the bank before accessing a bank loan. This means the students should have a source of income, which is highly unlikely in most cases. The bank will require financial information on tax returns, assets, liabilities and a good credit score. Most banks also require a co-signer. This person should have credit worthiness. The credit score of the co-signer determines the chance of the loan being approved and the interest rate on the student loan... Loan vs. Bank Loan Outline Introduction 1 Options of loans: The federal government and the private banks offer Loans 2 Types of loans offered: The federal loans can be...
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Measuring student attitudes ....ect
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...students introductory courses in Statistics. However, it is more efficient for instructors to have a clear idea about students’ backgrounds, conceptions, misconceptions and attitudes toward Statistics. Another issue is that some students come from different colleges and they do not have enough knowledge about statistics. Measuring student attitudes towards introductory statistics course for non- specialist gives us a good idea about how we can develop their statistical conception and achievement. Previous relevant research A lot of studies exploring and investigating the relationship between attitudes toward statistics and achievements have been carried out and some of them... Measuring Attitudes,...
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Student Learning
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...good way to form information on life to reach the hearts of students. Experiences... Personal experiences on learning to teach through journalism. This essay has two aspects discussed in two different styles. The first will be an analysis on what money,relations at work,self-psychology act and enact on a teacher's way of teaching,the second part shows how literature and journaling(which is a way of teaching teachers to become better educators)could affect one's mind based on theories self-deduced from the references used mentioned below which are shown in a literary form which pin point how people's ethics(both self and other) are affected and affect money begotten and spent and human behavior through...
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Student Teaching
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...good in their reading. However, some of the latter did express some benefits besides enjoying the opportunity to tutor a fellow student and interest in the reading material. 4. Post-Intervention Assessment & Implications Though not a thorough or long-term experiment, the effectiveness of the reading intervention program was amply demonstrated. Progress in reading ability was commensurate with the enhanced social interaction and mutual emotional support. The pairs were not left entirely to themselves as their readings were closely monitored, and on a few occasions teacher corrections were also made... Teaching Literature Review Usually, children with language challenges require greater phonemic awareness ...
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Student Entrepreneurship
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...students preferred to attend trade fairs also posted their resumes on the graduate recruitment websites. Such kind of behaviour confirms their strong will to be employed by reputed organizations. Here the African students are found to be part of the league who is trying their level best for exploring all possible options or channels that can open good employment opportunities for them and strong dislike from the thought of being an entrepreneur. Further the most heavy traffic sites that students prefer for employment opportunities are Jobsites... ? ENTREPRENUERSHIP The rising population and war for talent has gradually led to a significant decrease in employment opportunities which in turn has become a...
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Meetings with the student counselors
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...students cannot be ruled out. The College reputation may be affected by the ill-performing or under-performing students; and, subsequently, it would not be supportive for the College ranking. For generating a good number of students, the Colleges are required to obtain good ranking at the state level. Additionally, the potential students may avoid getting admission in the College under such conditions. As a result, this would affect the inflows of the College which are normally generated from the student fees. Solutions The removal of causes brings... Introduction The long lines for meeting with the counselors, advisors aggravate the academic and personal problems for many students of the College. Most...
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Student survival guide
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...student does. He does not get the time to study in an age of Internet and changing technological regimes. He is surrounded with so much information that studies seem to take a back step, which by all accounts is an unfortunate thing to know. A student must understand that finding the much needed information and data which could assist with his studies is indeed a task that he has to take on his own and this he could do in an effective manner if he knows which libraries he can access the information from and in what manner this search could be made possible in an effective and efficient way. For this to happen, he must ensure that he is well read with the Internet and knows how... Survival Guide...
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Student in University
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...students earn good grades. However, this has not been the case to many students. The freedom guaranteed in campus leaves many students with unrealized dreams. Campus social life adversely affects not only individual long term goals, but also the institutions’ set goals and objectives (Stuber 13). As such, a strategy must be decided to ensure that one strikes a balance between the two, given the fact that neither can work independently. As scholars say, time is a valuable resource, a distinguishing... Education and Social Life in Campus When an individual is characterized as a this does not warrant such aperson to drop every other activity. Having a healthy social life is possible while at the same the...
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Omparison between Chinese student protest and British student protest
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...students have held public demonstrations to address their issues and show their condemnation about a number of issues, ranging from matters regarding campuses to national politics. Despite the fact that in the past, this faced a lot of restrictions from the authorities, British students continued holding demonstrations any time they felt that an issue needed to be addressed. The public demonstrations held by British students in 2010 are a good example. Due to the threat of facing an increase in their fees, students held large-scale demonstrations to protest the move by the government. In late 2012, British students took to the streets protesting against the high level... ? COMPARISON BETWEEN CHINESE...
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Assessment of Student Learning
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...student distinguish the difference between “farther” from “further” (Choy 108)? However the question remains, which test is a liable benchmark for evaluating the students’ English proficiency level (Choy 108)? The issue of testing is sensitive towards students. Many students feel that some methods of testing are unjust as they fail to measure the competence levels of their language proficiency that extends beyond a traditional “pen and paper based test.” A good test should take both cognitive and verbal proficiency into account in order to assess... ? assessment is crucial in any that seeks out to evaluate the learning process of its body. In this particular study, a new type of assessment is proposed,...
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Student Learning Methods
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...student learning. The transition from learning, practicing, and demonstrating mastery is smooth, therefore the student does not feel pressured to perform in a manner disconnected from the learning activities. Learner-Centered Example Day One: Grade Level: Early Childhood, 1st to 2nd Grade Subject Area: Math, although may be adapted to other curricular areas. Having students physically engaged in their learning is a good first step for them to be mentally... A teacher of mine in this program once described traditional teaching methods in which the sat in well-ordered rows and the teacher stood and handed out papers as the "spray and pray" method. The teacher sprayed the material and prayed it stuck. If...
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Student Affair- Topic: Incivility in college student
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...good grades simply for showing up to class. There are also problems which are brought on when students are juggling multiple roles – holding down full-time or part-time jobs while taking a full courseload would cause stress and pressure, and might contribute to factors which cause incivility – fatigue, illness, stress, and emotional challenges (p. 36). Professor or instructor factors also increase incivility, although this is not always the fault of the instructor. Knepp (2012) states that professors who do not fit the “professor stereotype” of an older white male with a deep voice, may encounter more incivility. Therefore, young, minority, female and low... Table of Contents...
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Developing good study skills
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...good habits, the higher the chances that the individual under consideration will continue with them to adult hood. It is a common knowledge that excellent study habits play a great role in promoting success in education. Carter, Bishop and Kravits (2011) explain that good studying habits play an important role in ensuring the success of a student. It is possible to reduce academic dishonesties, through promoting good studying habits on students, and making them to know that it is important to study these habits when it comes to schooling or academic work. Furthermore, it is possible to overcome procrastination... With a variety of habits, the sooner an individual starts developing and practicing good...
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Feedback and Student Motivation
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...students’ motivation as medals have. In criticism, the teacher gives feedback by criticizing the wrong work. For example, “I was very disappointed with the way the paragraph was ended” etc. This feedback motivates students to do good so that they are not criticized. Criticism also has an intrinsic effect on students’ motivation since no student wants to be criticized particularly in front of the whole class. So students tend to prepare well for the tests so that they are not criticized by the teacher. This method of providing students with feedback is, however, not as healthy... Feedback and Student Motivation Teachers frequently provide students with feedback. “Midterm exams that count towards the fina...
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Module 4 Student-Centered Assessment
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...students’ learning, and assist teachers and students. To the students, the peer tutor becomes an extra-teacher offering more one-on-one attention; assists them to learn by identifying learning difficulties and explaining things differently; encourages good rapport since they are age mates; and inspires them to become teachers. The study will also seek to identify the effect of structured peer tutoring on teachers and teaching. The focus will be on teacher identification of student needs, ability to design and offer intense learning... Module 4 Centered Assessment: Plan-Do-Study-Act format al affiliation Module 4 Centered Assessment: Plan-Do-Study-Act Plan The results of student performance assessment ...
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Stress among Student Nurses
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...student who experience this stress learn how to deal with it in a good manner. Through finding out the causes of this stress, adjustment like better pay will be made and also policies will be revised to help in coming up with better policies in nursing. Conclusion Nursing students face a lot of pressure in their course and when they enter the job market. However, these stresses they face are not new things; they are factors that can be dealt with through making comprehensible adjustments. From the information gotten from the previous study, academic pressures and effect... ? Stress among nurses Introduction Over the past years, a lot of studies, about levels and sources of stress among nursing students,...
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The Impact of Social Media on Student
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...Students love checking social media sites. C. Social media affects a student’s academic performance. i. Social media makes a student to become good in multitasking; a student can read and text at the same time. ii. Students spend much of time face-booking or chatting instead of studying. iii. Social media updates distract a student while in class. iv. Social media encourages online relationships that contribute to poor performance. D. Social media can affect a student’s health. i. Social media makes a student not take part in sports. ii....
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Student Loan Summary
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...good solution to work while studying. The money earned will help to pay for the education. In addition, all the unnecessary spending should be cut in order for larger amounts of money to be available for educational expenses. o If you plan to have student loans, what is one positive thing you can do to keep them under control? First of all, it is important to choose a suitable for me loan with low interest rates. In order to keep a student loan under control it is important to, first of all, plan efficiently. Both income and spending should be calculated and analyzed in order to understand how much and what type of a debt I can afford. In...
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