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...SHOULD BE PUBLISHED WHEN THEY PLAGIARIZE I. Introduction Plagiarism is the act of using someone else’s ideas, language, and thoughts without crediting their work. The law is against plagiarism because when one’s work is plagiarized the loss the morale of creating new ideas. The law recognizes the works of different people as intellectual property. That is the intangible property. Thus, as the law protects the tangible property, it also protects the intangible works to promote creativity. There are three main types of intellectual property rights, which include trade secrets, copyrights, and patents (Bloch, 2012). In learning institutions, students...
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Should Students Can Bring Guns to Campus
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...students to carry guns when they enter school campuses. Politicians, sociologists and ordinary people have different opinions about the gun control in school campuses. Advocates of gun control believe that students should not be allowed to carry... ?Should bring guns to campus? The Sun (March 12, , reported that a GUNMAN has shot two people at a high school in California - less than a month after 26 were slaughtered in the Sandy Hook massacre. It follows last month's slaughter by Adam Lanza who killed 20 young children and six adults at the Sandy Hook elementary school - reigniting the gun laws debate in the US (Two shot in yet another school shooting in America). Sandy Hook massacre shook America...
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Argument /Persuasive essay -Should students have to wear uniforms
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...Should Wear Uniforms to School The issue wearing school uniforms has been a with many controversies over the past years among students and the public even though it is a tendency that dates back to the begging of education. In many states, most public schools tend to consider school uniforms mandatory for all students. Various education policies have been put in place regarding school uniforms. Different people have different opinion on school uniforms based on their reasoning either against or in support of school uniforms. Despite the controversies, it is important to have an in-depth understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of...
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Should Students be Expelled From School for Cheating or Plagiarizing
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...should be expelled from school if they are caught cheating or plagiarizing” should be expelled from school if they are caught cheating or plagiarizing. Such resolute position of mine against academic cheating or plagiarism may seem being cruel to some helpless students who cannot write a paper on their own; therefore resort to unfair means like plagiarizing and cheating. I have added the attribute “helpless” to the plagiarizing students guessing that those disagreeing with my stance would endeavor to depict a plagiarizer as a helpless boy or girl who is left with no other way but plagiarizing. I also think that those who oppose the view that cheating students should be expelled cannot... Argument for...
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Persuasive/argument essay about: Should students have to wear uniforms
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...Should have to wear uniforms? This paper aims to argue about should have to uniforms in schools. I believe that students should wear school uniforms. In order to support my perception, different arguments would be presented in this paper. Furthermore, counter arguments regarding the topic will also be discussed. The audience for this essay includes students, teachers, parents, and law enforcing authorities. I would use the argument of unity to support my point of view. I believe that schools uniforms promote a sense of unity and community among students. By wearing school uniforms, students develop the sense of group identity. School uniforms convey the message that school is a place... [Supervisor...
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Should students be required to take general education course
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...Should be required to take general education Challenges of Post-Education Life Daily moribund lives do not involve excessive use of your knowledge of algebra or geometry, the Schrodinger’s function has no value in cookery, and your knowledge of humanities does not help you in business life or in dissection of rats. This is the original notion that people have of the life that they will lead after college. While a great number of generations in America and Europe have lived and completed their lives using this approach, the disadvantages of using a monolithic approach has come up in recent times. With highly focused curriculum of specialization courses, understanding of...
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Why should students attend college to obtain a education
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...should attend college to obtain education? It is the aspiration of every parent that his or her children should at least attend some additional education after the high school level notably college education. It attributes to the perception that they are likely to gain more skills than what they may have leant in high school (Thompson 193). However, one of the questions that have been left unattended is that why is college education important? It is so obvious that a college education is not just a mere continuation of high school education because graduates earn a lot from college education as compared to the teachings in high school. By exploring specific subjects, college education opens...
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SHOULD STUDENTS AND TEACHERS BE TESTED FOR DRUG USE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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...Should Be Tested For Drug Use in Public Schools Insert Insert Insert 11 July Topicselection This research paper proposes a study to be made to determine whether students and teachers in public schools should be tested for drug use. The topic identified for the research is whether public schools students and teachers should be tested for drugs. Some people think that it should be done to promote education in all the public schools, while others think on the contrary, since it would violate the privacy of both students and teachers in public schools. This makes the issue of testing drugs in public schools controversial and, thus, it requires a research to be done to determine which side... and Teachers...
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Should students be assigned to classrooms according to their IQ level why or why not
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...students altogether, whereas there are institutes that only cater to gifted children. This paper discusses the technique that advocates providing separate classrooms for children based on their IQ. This issue has two sides – with one side advocating that children should not be limited by their age when they can achieve so much more based on their IQ potential, and the other side stating that children should not be subjected to such segregation as it leaves the door open for many other problems to creep in that the children are too young to deal with. Both sides cite various factors as basis of their respective stance. The supporters of IQ based segregation... ? Placement in rooms According to Their IQ...
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Should high schools offer vocational education, or should students go to trade schools for practical job training
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...students to engage in careers that require good technical skills. These careers include hotel management, plumbing, appliance installation, hairstyling, nursing, etc. Trade schools have been established that provide vocational education in different fields and can be pursued after high school. Despite of existence of such schools, I strongly believe that vocational education should be given to students during high school. It can be said beyond doubt that academic education plays an important role in sharpening and broadening the minds of the students, however practical... ? of the of the Vocational education and high schools Vocational education is based on imparting practical skills that allows the...
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An assignment which focuses on the rhetoric and realities of inclusion, in which research findings will be evaluated and compared with students individual or collective experience. (Should students not have had any collective experience then they shoul
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...students – even those with special educational needs – to be schooled in their choice of mainstream schools by pushing through with inclusive education. The issue has garnered international interest, with the United Nations at the forefront calling for the inclusion of all children in mainstream environment. In theory, we have come far in making over the discriminatory educational practices of several decades ago with the present school systems’ supposed adherence to inclusive education. But a careful review... . The Rhetoric of Inclusion The Road to Inclusive Education Historical account should be recalled as far back as the Education Act of 1944 which categorised...
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International Students
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...students and will help in finding out the main causes of their problems and how to solve them. It will also help in finding out what ethical issues are arising while implying the rules and regulations that are implied on any international student at Salisbury College. The specifics research outcomes of this assignment would include closer and in-depth analysis of: The problems faced by the international students who do not have English as their first language. How to handle these problems effectively and what information will help the students. Steps that should be taken... This report is all about how to tackle the problems faced by the international at Salisbury College and the ethical issues that...
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Gifted students
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...students are an example of diversity in academic institutions as it is in the general society. While some students have academic gifts, others have gifts that are not academic. ‘Non-academic’ gifts, like academic gifts, can be used as motivation factors to students, as either intrinsic or extrinsic motivators. Based on Marquis and Huston’s definition of motivation as a driving force that exists within a person towards influencing behavior, gifts possessed by students can be used to influence behavior of the individual student as well... as behavior of other students. A person’s gift can for example be used in intrinsic motivation to create an attitude that the person has...
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Students Attending
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...students were retained after one semester compared with 92% of White students. Conversely, after the end of the four semesters, this had turned out to be a dream as only 68% of African-American students had been retained compared with 72% of White students. This forms a need for research... to determine the nature of factors that are intent on making this a challenge and a rising concern. It has been noted that since its inception in the United States, the government continually funded the HBCUs in a bid to raise the number of students from the black minority that are getting higher education. However, the dwindling financial aid to the low-income students...
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Multilingual Students
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...should give the students an outline of the lesson’s key words and their definitions. As the teacher is speaking, he or she could also draw visual representations on the black or white board. While it may seem that using these aids is a burden to the teacher and adds to teaching time, the preparation actually prevents the occurrence of misunderstandings that the teacher could actually take more time explaining. The first matter that the teacher should deal with when confronted by a non-English student is his or her survival in school. The teacher should ensure that the student could give his or her name, home phone... ? Multilingual s: MULTILINGUAL As a first-grade room teacher, in a school where the...
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TRANSFER STUDENTS
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...students especially when it comes to exploring careers, encouraging them to participate in hands on activities that would help them understand the theories learned inside the classrooms. In addition, there is also the assistance of the faculty members who are well versed in their field of expertise which is essential for the teaching and training of students. In response to the opportunities to learning and exploration, I look forward to actively participate in every... Full Interactive Learning Florida Tech’s reputation is without question as it is recognized in the country among a number of good schools. Probably, one of the things that placed her in such a standard is the support offered to students ...
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Immigrant Students
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...student population. For instance, the population of immigrant students in California rose by 150% in the 1980s. Currently, the state is home to about one-third of the entire country’s immigrant population. Immigration evidently raises administrative, curricular, social, and structural issues concerning the integration of the immigrants into the public school system... , and recommendation 21 Discussion 21 Conclusion 22 Recommendation 23 References 24 Chapter I: Introduction Immigration has been a hotly debated topic in the US for the major part of its history. In recent times however, the point of conflict has been the issue of bilingual education in the public school system. Most concerned...
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Mentoring students
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...should be virtually the same for both groups. Students in this particular control group might have been withdrawing for other reasons. We believe that freshmen in colleges might have had a higher second... Running Head: MENTORING Mentoring s Mentoring Historically, students of African-American origin have lower graduation rates, higher attrition rates, and more reports of academic difficulty when compared with their majority counterparts (Chavez & Maestas-Flores, 2000; Clewell & Ficklen, 2002; Grayson, 2004; Levin & Levin, 2000). After 4 years of study, for example, only 19.4% of African American and 22.9% of Native American students earned bachelor's degrees, and after 9 years of study, 33.9% of African ...
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International Students
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...student can be described as any student that travels across his/her nation’s boundaries in order to gain an education. Oftentimes, individuals themselves, family members, loans, or government aid/sponsorship is responsible for these individuals studying overseas/abroad. In recent years, the number of international students within the Canadian system has ballooned to over 175,000 individuals within 2008 alone. In hoping to understand this trend, as well as some of the benefits and drawbacks that this provides, the following essay will analyze these pros and cons that the individual faces as well is seeking to understand why universities, local governments, and the federal system...  An international stude...
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Nursing Students
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...students =x; smoking beliefs and habits =y. In general, the problem cannot be rated as trivial especially when questionnaires exceed the 10 item minimum limit. The title could do a little revision though to make it appear scholarly. In its abstract, it has identified a total sample population of n=197 whereby only 6% creates the sample size. The sample is too small to reflect the subject population thereby the confidence level is heighten too actively. The chances of error are so remote here. But it has been noted that in determining a sample size for a given level of accuracy, the worst case of 50% should be used. Type of sampling... Y. M. Leyson For: Josephine Freeman Research Critique 24 March, 2006...
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Problem Students
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...students who have discrepancies and faces problem in their everyday life, for example, they might find difficulties in oral expression, written expression, listening, reading, mathematics, and calculations, reasons, etc. Therefore, it is important for teachers to be very vigilant and careful while looking after special children. This reflective essay talks about my personal encounter of dealing with special individuals. Furthermore, the paper essay will also discuss how the encounter helped me... Individuals with special needs can sometimes become a serious challenge for the teacher or the caretaker. It is evident that special individuals require greater care and effort throughout their lives. They are...
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Pressure on students
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...students forget their ethical limits and get involved in the practice of cheating. Achieving higher grades has become a norm for every student and this should be somehow removed from the minds of the students. The students on one hand are able to achieve higher grades but on the other hand the ethical problems are on the rise and this can be accounted to the pressures that these students are facing (Palmer 2005). The problem of peer and parent pressure in students has increased so much that Stanford University organizes a conference every year for the stressed out students. The parents emphasize more on grades and less on knowledge. This result in a decreased circle of knowledge amongst... ...
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Low acheiving Students
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...students. This explains the different between students’ abilities. Teachers should identify the intelligent quotients of their students. The difference in the ability to understand demands the use of different approaches to teaching. Each student is unique. According to Friend, teachers should apply tailored programs through the use of IEP (individualized education program). Students’ abilities are influenced by the student giftedness, background and economic status. The theory of crystallized intelligence is important... Low achieving Quality teaching for entails mixing excellent teaching practices and understanding the capa ofstudents. There are many factors that hamper the learning ability of...
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Behavior of students
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...students how to behave. Classroom management is important because the behavior of students affects the learning of everyone in the class. Students are often restless. There are many things that a student has to worry about. Students have tests and essays to write almost every day. They spend long hours in the library reading and studying. Many students also have stresses that come from family and friends. Parents cause stress by demanding only the best grades. Students are often in relationships with people of the opposite... behavior is a very important part of learning. When a teacher goes to school to learn about teaching, they learn about room management. This is a term that means teaching...
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Technology Enhance students learning
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...students are better placed to handle the outside world if they are adequately equipped with information using the current technologies. As such, they can easily adapt to new technologies, or assist in the development of such technologies. The author points that education should be about equipping students for the future. It is thus in the best interest of the students and the society to integrate technology in school curriculum. This book will enhance my knowledge on the need for integrating technology in education and its benefits in enhancing learning. Citation: Maier, P., & Warren, A. (2000). Integr@ting technology in learning... Technology Enhance Learning Academic Journals (6) Citation: Brien, C....
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Community Service for Students
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...students who want to contribute to the betterment of the society. Community services can take a number of dimensions from school-directed service learning to individual assistive interactions with one’s society or large scale learning volunteering initiatives (Ferrari & Chapman, 1999). This paper, therefore, provides an argument that all students should participate in community services as it provides a platform upon which they develop new skills, experiences and ideologies. Community service can take numerous forms that include aiding in a nursing home, serving food at orphanages, teaching special-need children, cleaning parks, streams, and fields, volunteering... ? Community Service for Community...
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TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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...students with learning disabilities (Vize, 2010). The teacher should use simple methods to make the student aware of the topic. The extent of learning occurs is associated with the effective communication occurs between the teacher and student. Effective communication occurs only when the students understand the topics explained by the teacher. Bright students may grasp the topics quickly whereas students with learning difficulties may grasp the lessons slowly. Because of the differences in grasping abilities, the teaching methods used to teach the brighter students may not be useful while teaching students... for longer periods. The teacher should therefore use strategies to...
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Save students money
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...students due to the ever-increasing costs of course books due to inflation. The author believes that such a change, if brought about... To save money, colleges may force a switch to E-books In the modern era of technology, modernization and globalization, with shrinking distances and integrated economies, the world of print is in an imminent perilous state. The article, ‘ (Young, 2010), by the author Jeffrey R. Young, published on 24th October 2010 in ‘The Chronicle,’ discusses the impending change that the literary world is about to face. This article throws light on the proposed introduction of e-books in colleges as a replacement for textbook with the aim of reducing the financial burden posed on the...
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Teachers expectations influence students
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...students is of immense importance. Teachers are often the role models for children. Children interact with their teachers approximately more than five hours each day in a manner that is both respectable and frank. Students look up to their teachers for guidance may it be in relation to their studies or their personal matters. It is because of the friendly and understanding nature of teachers that students often tend to adopt their traits and try to come up to their wishes and expectations. As presented by Jamie Swiger in his “Best Practices” presentation researchers... Teacher’s Expectations Influence Submitted to, Submitted By, of the Submitted on, [November 15th, The relationship between teachers and...
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Council of Graduate Students
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...Students, a student group dedicated to helping and guiding the new students at the college. Council for Graduate Students was constituted in 1995. This group tends to differ from other groups dedicated to the same cause, in the sense that since its conception, it has retained a thoroughly secular approach towards serving the new students at the college, and is not affiliated to any religious, ethnic or political cause. The purpose of this group is to offer informed and authentic help and guidance to the new students joining the college. Since the time I became... of the of the Concerned English 9 June Council of Graduate Since I joined the college, I have been a member of the Council of Graduate...
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Students Should be Paid for Good Grades
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...Should Be Paid for Good Grades It is really funny how parents, educators, and psychologists find themselves at war over the issue of financially rewarding a student who does well in school. Personally, I do not understand what the problem is. Why should students not be rewarded for doing well in school? Don't we all instill the fact that going to school is the job of every child? The mere mention of the word “job” already means that there should be a financial or otherwise incentive for the child to do what is expected of them. Stacey Priestley (Flannery, 2011) explains why she uses the money for grades...
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Untraditional students and careers
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...Students who are joining college after a gap of several years from their high school education will no doubt be unsure about the course of this education. They should first of all remember that this lack of surety is common amongst students, especially those who are adult women... ?Running Head: Untraditional & Careers Untraditional & Careers [Institute’s Untraditional & Careers People in the world find their true callings in life through several different ways. They have thousands of different careers to choose from and plenty of life decisions to make. In addition, while no one can make these choices for them, they can acquire quite a few tools to help them. These tools include advice, research,...
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University Students Employment
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...student. A growing number of university students are involved in employment opportunities which ultimately affect their overall performance at the university. This is because the work commitments are usually time consuming making the student disengaged from the usual daily activities that should apply to the normal classroom student. This mostly affects students from low or poor backgrounds who are likely to be involved in paid employment as a form of supplementary assistance to the student... ? Employment April 27, Table of contents …………………………………………………………………………………………3 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………..3 Scope and purpose of study……………………………………………………………………….4...
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Plagiarism Among the Students
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...students try to submit their papers more profoundly, they often mix their ideas with that of other various sources; thereby, unintentionally get involved in plagiarism. Students should acknowledge the originators’ reference and should keep in mind the ethical concerns. Students should not fake and exaggerate the use of cited materials. One other way to reduce the chances of the submission of the plagiarized work is by asking students to keep a continuous journal or portfolio for their researches. Plagiarism It is the common practice amongst students to cut and paste information from the websites and/or already used materials, in their own reports and essays (Thompson, 2008... Running Head: Plagiarism...
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Inclusion of EBD students
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...students. They argue that separate classrooms lack the opportunity for students to learn those behaviors. There is also evidence that segregation of special needs students in separate classrooms is detrimental to their academic performance and social adjustment, and special needs students generally perform better on average in regular classrooms (Baker, Wang and Walberg, 1995). Advocates of full inclusion believe that all children should be included in the general classroom, regardless of their disability. However, the inclusion of children who have... Emotionally Disturbed Special Needs with all forms of disabilities have the right to be educated in the least restrictive, most appropriate...
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Save students money
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...students due to the ever-increasing costs of course books due to inflation. The author believes that such a change, if brought... ?To save money, colleges may force a switch to E-books In the modern era of technology, modernization and globalization, with shrinking distances and integrated economies, the world of print is in an imminent perilous state. The article, ‘ (Young, 2010), by the author Jeffrey R. Young, published on 24th October 2010 in ‘The Chronicle,’ discusses the impending change that the literary world is about to face. This article throws light on the proposed introduction of e-books in colleges as a replacement for textbook with the aim of reducing the financial burden posed on the...
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Motivating High School Students
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...students in order to enhance learning in them. Motivating High School Students Motivating high school students is difficult since the students are mature and they think analytically for themselves, taking nothing for granted. Creating changes in the planning of courses whereby the teacher is forced to have many choices of materials use in motivating these students. The teacher can spend time on discussions in class activities imposes emotion, social and moral parts of education. This is normally an effective method of motivating students to act on difficult topics in their studies....
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Guns in Students' Hands
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...student used is gun to kill thirty-two students generated debate in various states whether students should have access to weapons in campuses (Bardes 35). In 2008, a gunman interrupted lectures at Northern Illinois University where he killed and wounded several students. These are but a few of shootings in institutions in which students or former students engage in fire exchange. The debate on this matter is thorny because no matter what side a person would take, it touches on the Second Amendment of Constitution. The debate has attracted left wing and right thinkers who have their reasons to abort or support... Guns in Hands The incident that took place in Virginia Tech in 2007 in which a former...
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Immigrant: Undocumented Students
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...should pass legislation and laws that will allow undocumented students to pursue their dream to be college students, and improve the work field, and the economy. Discussion Scientific studies have shown that undocumented students face enormous problems and research confirms that a large number of these undocumented students were not able to continue their higher education at universities or colleges because of immigration status. The statistics show a large number of undocumented youths. In the age bracket of 18 to 24, there are nearly three hundred and sixty thousand students... First Last Dr. TeacherFirst TeacherLast 7 June Immigrant:Undocumented Introduction The American culture has been built on...
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Students Learning Abilities
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...student: An experimental study Abstract Although students are advised to study for tests over a period of time and discouraged from ‘cramming’ in the final period before a test, the practice remains popular. Research done on this subject involved recall of memorized facts, not academic reading material. The purpose of this experimental study is to determine the effect of spacing on test results when the topic is academic and of interest to the student. 102 participants will be selected from Class IX students of _____ School and divided into six groups. Group 1 will undergo five short reading sessions, and Group 2... Preparing for a test over one week compared to one day, in a subject of interest to the...
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Effects on College Students
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...students to be healthy, happy, and productive, they should have social interaction, physical activities and the love and guidance of caring teachers and other adults. It has been found that there are several factors which alarmingly affect the curricular and co curricular performance of students. Food habits, Sleeping pattern, social life... ? It has been observed that performance of the college largely depend on the curricular and co curricular environment in which the are attached with. The physical, psychological, academic and social development of children requires their active involvement in different physical and social activities. This fact has been confirmed by Benson (1997). He stated that for...
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Why Do Students Cheat
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...students aware of cases where students who were performance oriented and who cheated to get ahead suffered adverse consequences. This shall discourage those students who think that by cheating they can become successful. However, it is important to recognize that these cases should not be overly publicized or they’ll lose their importance (Simkin and McLeod). Personal responsibility should be encouraged... ?Cheating has often been a topic of research since a long time and has been a well researched topic since it is a well-known fact that cheating is a common crime reported at academic level. Thus, research in recent years has turned towards exploring the causes of cheating rather than the phenomenon...
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Why do Students cheat
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...students aware of cases where students who were performance oriented and who cheated to get ahead suffered adverse consequences. This shall discourage those students who think that by cheating they can become successful. However, it is important to recognize that these cases should not be overly publicized or they’ll lose their importance (Simkin and McLeod). Personal responsibility should... Cheating has often been a topic of research since a long time and has been a well researched topic since it is a well-known fact that cheating is a common crime reported at academic level. Thus, research in recent years has turned towards exploring the causes of cheating rather than the phenomenon itself. The major...
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Why some students cheats
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...students who cheat on academic work do so because they feel the pressures of such an environment, and, lacking the means... Academic cheating can consist of any activity which brings about a change in the rules of education in favor of oneself. Cheating is by its nature wrong and antithetical to the underlying goals of education. The educational system exists such that individuals will gain the necessary tools to be productive and happy adults. The existence of cheating arises primarily from the existence of a competitive environment. In nature, under the pressures of natural selection, animals will often try to cheat just to pass on their genes, even if they may not be the most fit to do so. Similarly,...
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Students with Intellectual Disabilities
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...Students with Intellectual Disabilities Areas upon Which the IEP Team Should Focus The IEP team should focus on academic preparation, cognitive performance, and social skills performance when the transition begins. The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA 04) recommends age sixteen, but it often varies across states. Firstly, they should consider academic preparation and performance. Students with intellectual disabilities often lag behind in class activities and development of academic skills. Delays are evident in language skills, math, and reading comprehension (Friend, 2014, Pg. 240). Such challenges in math and reading often transfer to other courses... Transition Services for...
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Disciplining students with disabilities
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...student. This then necessitates IEP meetings to determine the education services to be rendered, conducting of a FBA and then development of a BIP. Thirdly, when the suspensions are multiple and the removals befit the ‘pattern on removals’ under the IDEA Regulations, then the suspensions are considered to be change in placement, hence need for right measures to be taken. Educational services rendered when suspension exceeds 10 cumulative days There are two inherent principles regarding the receiving of services. First, the student through the education received should be able to progress and move on with the curriculum designed... Disciplining with Disabilities – Provisions of the Law Purposes for...
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Teaching elementary students
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...should take into account the mental models which students use to perceive the world. Constructivists regard learning as a search for meaning, not memorizing of the ready answers. Constructivism suggests to customize curricula according to students needs, thus eliminating... a standardized curriculum as well as grades and standardized testing. The students are encouraged to analyze and interpret information. They also play a vital role in the assessment of their progress. In Piaget developmental theory learning is also based on cognitive structures or mental "maps," used to respond to physical experiences within certain environment which develop and sophisticate with the...
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High school students
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...should be compulsory for high school students to study a foreign language at school for at least two years because it will give them an additional skill, help improve their thought processes, and give them self-confidence. High schools students can pick up an extra skill if they are made to learn a foreign language while they are in school. It may be that they want nothing to do with the language that they have... High School High school is a critical time in the life of any person because they will have to make decisions that will affect them for therest of their lives. In an ever increasing globalized world, the one thing that will put teenagers ahead of their peers is learning a foreign language. It...
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Improvement for Students
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...students Schools and universities besides the regular course have initiated a notion of holding workshops and seminars to impart variety of knowledge... Running Head: JOURNAL Improvement for Introduction Quality man power is also created through good education and a wise upbringing. After immediate home, school and university where a child spends most of his time is considered to be his second home; from where he learns and builds his personality. System of imparting education has become very much advance and is contemporary. Education is not only imparted through any signal medium but today's contemporary notion of educating is through different sources and resources. Improvement in system for stu...
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Marijuana and students
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...students. This limits the research topic to a particular group. However, the draft “Marijuana Should Not Be Legalized” lacks a thesis at the end of the introduction paragraph. It also needs topic sentences for each paragraph. Ahmed The legalization of marijuana can have significant effects on students. Some might use it for recreation and some for medical purposes. I agree with the paper “Marijuana Should Not Be Legalized,” because I also think that marijuana should be legalized, except for medical reasons. My comments are on the use of punctuation... 6 July Peer comments Antonio I think the paper is on the right track, because it wants to focus on the specific effects ofmarijuana legalization on...
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