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The Impact of Women Teachers on Girls Education
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...Women Teachers on Girls’ Education” by Jackie Kirk published as an advocacy brief by UNESCO Bangkok, the writers argue the importance of female teachers in order to increase the enrolments of girls in the education sector. The research intends to showcase the increasing opportunity for women in the educational sector and also reduce the gender disparity by involving more girls into education. The intention of the article is to make the women independent in the countries... Table of Contents Key Arguments 2 The Methods Used 3 Article Addresses Questions Raised In the Session Synopsis 4 Gender-Sensitive Strategies 4 Critical Reflection 5 Reference 6 6 Key Arguments In this article “The Impact of Women...
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The History of Women as Teachers
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...Women as Teachers Introduction The concept of women and men possessing distinct characteristics had it origin in eighteenth century. The idea of gender roles had originated from the classical thought, Christian ideology and contemporary science and medicine. Men and women were thought to have different physical makeup and qualities and virtues. Hence the expectation of women and men were derived from these perceived virtues and traits. Men were supposed to engage in money earning while women were thought to indulge in house hold work and child rearing. It is in the late nineteenth century,...
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Critique of a research article teachers' use of praise and reprimands to boys and girls
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...women teachers and 10 men teachers which totals to of 32 teachers. In an attempt to counterbalance this ratio and improve the validity of the entire study, the second sample selected is seen to have... ? Critique of a Research Article “Teachers’ use of Praise and Reprimands to Boys and Girls” Several studies have been madeaiming to try and establish the rate of response to students by their teachers in all levels of education. This paper seeks to review the findings made by one such research conducted by Frank Merrett and Kevin Wheldall as published in the Educational Review, Vol. 44, of January 1992. Introduction The Strength of the Author’s Argument in Making a Case Demonstrating Why the Study Needs to ...
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The Treatment of Women in Afghanistan
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...women in the country were seen to quickly emerge as key participants in the country’s economy and held key positions as farmers, teachers, doctors, equal partners in the country’s civil service and engineers. In a 2001, US congress report, it was pointed out that before the Taliban; women were treated in a affair manner that saw them emerge as active leaders in both politics and public life. This is exemplified by the fact that women teachers in the country essentially represented an impressive 70% of the teachers in the country, in addition to their also accounting for an estimated 40... Executive Summary When the Taliban managed to first seize control over Afghanistan, they set off a violent...
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The role of women in Francoist society represented in Carmen Laforet's Nada(Nothing)
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...women was to be separate, subordinate, and domestic.. The ending of co-education was formalised stipulated that all women teachers must teach in girls" Lannon goes on to highlight the subjugation of women's rights in the name of religion and reform when he writes 2 "Inspectors were urged to establish local courses for women teachers, to help them prepare their pupils for their 'important maternal... The role of women in Franois society represented in Carmen Laforet's "Nada" Nada (which literally means nothing in Spanish), has been translated from Spanish into English by Edith Grossman. The novel revolves around the life of a young woman seeking a trace of peace and sanity from the sheer ugliness of her...
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Literature by U.S. Women of Color
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...women of color rather than being hostile towards. This means that it is important that we understand and appreciate the perception of the classroom environment in retaining a diverse faculty (Bonilla-Silva 200). This research applies an intersectional oppression framework in exploring faculty perceptions towards colored women teachers. Oppression can... Literature by U.S. Women of Color Cultural differences have had a number of implications on how people relate with each in certain settings (Morrison 12). Most of the existing relationships between individuals are based on their culture gender and place of origin. This dates back to the days of slavery where the minority group had to endure a lot of...
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Teachers Education in Pakistan
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...women make forty-eight percent of the population, yet basic right of education is not met. In brief, it also explains that since the education system lacks of implementation of government policy, qualified teachers, and infrastructure, Oxfam has begun concentrating efforts to understand the underlying cause of girls’ deprivation.It monitors government’s progress, in addition to motivating individuals in rural areas to make their own choices. However, it refers to another aspect in the case of Education in Pakistan; does the question of qualified teachers even matter when they are not even schools in the first place. Can... ?Articles reviewed: Enhancing and sustaining teacherProfessionalism in...
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Teachers
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...Teacher-Learner Interaction The shift of the role of the teacher from being the “sage on the stage” to being the “guide on the side” means that both the teacher and the learner have realized that engagement in the process of learning make learners process information as well as reconstruct it in their own meaningful ways, and as a result increase the chances of remembering and applying the information in new situations. In connection with this, one can claim that learners use their existing knowledge and prior experience in discussing ideas while deriving meaning from learning materials whereas the teacher on the other...
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Women in the Workplace: An Evolution
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...women who truly took over, as it was felt that they were the more proper fit to such a requirement. By 1900, teaching was virtually all female. As teaching become more formalized, women teachers became more preferred, as they worked for less pay, and were not bothered by the knowing that it was only seasonal work. It was in fact attested... Women in the Workplace - An Evolution From as far back as the Colonial era, when even the thought of a woman working was completely out of the question, to the present, where women make up nearly half of the nation's workforce - it is not hard to see what an incredulous transformation of feminization has taken place. Due to this, occupations primly involved, such as...
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Women Colleges
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...Women Colleges Exclusively opened to women, women’s colleges are s of higher learning that provide educational opportunities to women only (Harwarth, 1999). These colleges started in the mid- and late 19 century (Harwarth, Maline, & DeBra, I999). The need for higher education for women was driven by the various factors such as shortage of schools teachers, increase in labor-saving appliances in the home that made women redundant at home and also liberated them from their traditional role, and increased demand for higher education for women following the...
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Education
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...women have gained the right to priestly ordination in some Churches. Sex and gender biases have started to fade away. On teacher interaction with boys and girls, researches show that boys may need more attention from educators as two-thirds of them are labeled as learning disabled, alcoholic, drug violators and juveniles. On the other hand, women rights advocates claim girls need more attention from teachers, while eliminating... DISCRIMINATION IN EDUCATION AND SOCIETY Although it means good taste and refinement, discrimination also adversely de s bias, prejudice, racism, sexism and sheer unfairness. In education, educators see a great problem in labeling children for entrance in Special Education....
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Science Teachers' Turnover in Schools in the USA
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...teachers in general and the science teachers in particular to continue with the profession of teaching. Teachers do not get attractive salaries while the job is extremely demanding both in terms of time and physical and emotional stress. The most unfortunate feature of the job of teaching is the fact that a teacher is held responsible and accountable for the behavior and results of students. The profession of teaching is too demanding to allow a teacher to maintain a balance between his/her personal and work life. Traditionally, the profession of teaching has been the domain of women. With the passage of time, as bright and capable women have found newer... ?Science teachers’ turnover in schools in the...
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American Women
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...teachers due to the increase in the number of colleges, growing interest of girls to learn further, increase in the spare time with women with developing technology and improved infrastructure and growth of employment opportunities due to emergence of new areas of work after the civil war (Newcomer, 1959). However the 1960’s saw a change in the scenario of education. There was sudden boom in the number of students seeking higher education due to returning veterans and later the "baby boom." The all-male colleges started admitting women into their campuses due to the social and legislative changes. At the same time many...
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American Women
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...teachers due to the increase in the number of colleges, growing interest of girls to learn further, increase in the spare time with women with developing technology and improved infrastructure and growth of employment opportunities due to emergence of new areas of work after the civil war (Newcomer, 1959). However the 1960’s saw a change in the scenario of education. There was sudden boom in the number of students seeking higher education due to returning veterans and later the "baby boom." The all-male colleges started admitting women into their campuses due to the social and legislative changes. At the same time many...
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Women Suffrage
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...women in the community. It was at this juncture that women established themselves as teachers in colonial America. The primary focus of the dame schools was to prepare boys for admission to the town schools which, until the 19thcentury, girls were not allowed to attend. When girls were finally admitted to the town schools, they usually attended at different times of the day than the boys or on days when boys did not attend, such as summertime or holidays. espite the emergence of single-gender colleges for women, by the beginning of the 20th century, most public secondary schools and colleges had become... ? Introduction: Women once had few life options beyond isolation in the domestic sphere, however,...
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Iranian Women
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...women to attain higher education to the very highest academic levels. Women are encouraged through the constitution to seek the highest quantitative and qualitative levels of specialist skills. During the last 20 years, the Islamic revolution has managed to attain significant levels of equality in eradicating illiteracy among the Iranian population. The percentage of literate women in Iran has risen over the last 20 years (Ali, 2010). Education has also provided jobs to Iranian women with a rise in the number of female teachers around the country. Girls have also continued to post impressive results in education... ? Iranian Women The view of women in Iran has...
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Critical Reflection Journal. Teachers and activism
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...Teachers and Activism Critical Reflection Journal: Teachers and Activism This chapter, Conflicting Visions of Schooling and Teaching presents a candid discussion about the progressive developments in activism in education. After beginning by explaining much about teaching and learning process, it traces the changes that took place in the education sector concerning activism. These include neoliberalism and vocationalism, “very important initiatives that greatly transformed the pursuit of justice, social equality, democracy and justice” (p62). Two critical questions are generated from the issue of activism. The first question illustrates the positive effects that activism... Critical Reflection Journal:...
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Women and American Revolution
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...Women Education. The Convention provided opportunity for women to get educated at home and also criticized the issues of suffrage. For a better educated nation, as the children were first taught by their mothers, better educated women can only educate their children, so it arouse the need for women education. After all the country was in need of a lot number of teachers and male teachers couldn't be found to fill vacancies. The introduction of religious institutions was another main leap in women education. Religious endowments began to establish many institutions and facilities, to which a lot of educationally... WOMEN AND AMERICAN REVOLUTION in APA Style Manoj George - Thomas Pulikkan 05 May 2009 A...
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Women and Gender
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...women in math-intensive fields of science” (Tierney D1). However, as Jacob Blickenstaff explains, there is a “danger in continuing to emphasize biological differences between men and women, because the tendency is to then argue that if unalterable biological differences exist, then no action need be taken to improve the situation for women” (Blickenstaff 383). Women’s health issues include the psychological effects of discrimination. Gender bias in the sciences begins early, according to Blickenstaff, and involves a plethora of factors, including sex bias in textbooks, lack of attention paid to contributions by female...
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Workplace Rights: Canadian Women Versus Afghani Women
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...teachers in Afghanistan have traditionally been women. Thus Afghani women are not uneducated. This last refers even to the residents of rural areas, who have been forced to flee Afghanistan as refugees. Being in foreign countries, these women refugees have had access to education. One of the issues I wish to look at is maternity leave in both countries. Here is a definition of maternity leave, as given by Canadian Parental Leave (2006): '"Pregnancy" leave (also sometimes called "maternity leave") is designed to provide a period of leave for women who have been pregnant, in order to allow them to recover from the physical consequences... March 31st, 2006 Workplace Rights: Canadian Women Versus...
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Women in Photojournalism Middle Eastern Women
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...women from nearly all public offices and life (Ganji 2002). Those laws are harsh, and prevent women from being educated or pursuing careers as teachers, doctors, or lawyers. The penalties, including death, are imposed upon women for even a hint of violation of these laws, which even assign monetary “values” to women as being half that of a man. The “main family law of the Islamic Republic, the total supremacy of men over women was legalized once more... Women in Photojournalism Middle Eastern Women When researching women of Middle Eastern origin who work as photojournalists, one quickly discovers that there are few such women. However, two names are found; Rula Halawani and Zahra Kazemi, both...
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Indian Women
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...women. Thus it can be said that the low status of women in the society is reflected in the unemployment which gets toughened by the lack of rights to land of the women in India. Coming back to counseling of the Indian women in joint family systems, all the above mentioned things have to be bourn in mind. Since (8) time immemorial, counseling has been prevalent in one or the other form. In all types of cultures the elders provide for certain norms which the youngsters are required to follow. Even in the Indian culture, the elders like the parents, grandparents and teachers impart counseling in the form of advices and guidance. Counseling was imparted even... RUNNING HEAD: INDIAN WOMEN OF THE This is a...
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Women in the West
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...teachers” etc. Although this is the case even in the early 18th to 19th centuries women in small numbers are involved in different ‘male-dominated occupations’ such as being a ‘blacksmith, doctor, truck driver, rodeo champion and even prospector for mining activities’ (Adjani 7). In the light of the said information, it can be considered that the capability of the women of the west to succeed in jobs stereotyped for men is hindered due to the perceived limitations in terms of different reasons, one of which is the physical strength. This view can be related to the manner of dressing (e.g. corsets and dresses) and in carrying themselves with grace and finesse which is as also referred... Women in the...
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Analysis of Women's Education
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...Women’s Education Common goals of Mary Lyon, Miss Catherine Beecher, and Emma Willard In the early 19th century, women in America did not have full citizenship and thus education system did not apply to them. Although it took time to achieve women’s rights to education, it was finally acquired after rigid and firm struggle by suffrages (Slosson, 1921). This was achieved when women were given equal rights with men. During this period, some women teachers such as Susan B Anthony agitated against gender discriminatory practices in professional fields. They did this by improving trainings for women in order to make them superior. After women’s right to education were enacted in America... ? Analysis of...
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Education marginalization
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...Women Seriously”, Adrienne Rich talked on how women and teachers remain treated differently from male counterparts. She strongly spoke about women in sciences or in history and how they stay not identified or talked about like men. Rich also talked concerning her experiences like a teacher and her opinions on college and high school differences. Rape and verbal abuse remains another aspect she spoke about intensely (Langdell 4). Marginalization at the personal level results in an individual exclusion from meaningful partaking in society. Women marginalization in education is a type of marginalization that sees women undermined or not noticed... in participation on education platform as...
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African American Women
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...WOMEN Irrespective of their race, religion & women were not seen as women in the society in the beginning of this century. The woman, often conceived and the childbirth have become dangerous. There was no birth control system in yester-years. The abortion was treated as an unlawful thing. They did not follow any contraceptive methods, as the same were not available or discovered. The system of divorce was so complexes and was not within the reach of the poor in yesteryears. The women were not encouraged to learn education. The involvement of women workforce were a little below half of the British work force and that of women in USA, they were above half of workforce in recent days... AFRICAN AMERICAN...
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Women Liberation Movement
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...teachers available for students reduced. Other than this, since majority of the married women became working women, it was observed that children in homes were left alone with no one to look after them. As a result, debates were raised if women were fulfilling their responsibilities towards their children or not. People argued that it would have been more preferable if while protesting, Women Liberation Movement should have kept the rights of the rest of the society into their consideration. Rise and Decline of Women Liberation Movement If one explores the life of women before 1960’s, nobody can deny... ?WOMEN LIBERATION MOVEMENT Introduction Women Liberation Movement can be defined as a combined effort...
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Women Power and Politics
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...women use practical gender difference as the major concepts. I agree, because the American society is used to assumption that women are supposed to be subordinated by men and for this reason there is no place for them in politics. Amy Sowder used the words of Marie Young, Escambia Country commissioner, who said that men really believe that politics is their place, but because they cannot prevent women from political involvement they act as if men are just letting women to do it. Even though the article is written purely from feminine side, the point that women are able to push for change through teachers and parents is interesting... Traditionally politics and power were the prerogative of men, while...
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Violent Crime against Women
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...teachers, coaches as well as people in authority. The violent crime experienced by young girls include prostitution and exposure to pornography contents. Also, sexual abuse involves all cases and forms of rape against women. Rape occurs when men, spouse, legal or dating partner, forces a woman into sexual... First Last Number 17 September Violent Crime against Women Violent crime against women is prevalent in today’s society. There are different forms of violent crimes as well as the situations and circumstances leading to them. However all of the acts are both horrific and criminal in nature, thus they should be condemned at all costs. In most cases, the acts seek to degrade, harm or humiliate women...
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Role of Women in Religion
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...women. Religious leaders should campaign and speak openly on issues that marginalize women which are promoting unjust inheritance. These traditions include women being raped and girls suffering sexual violations from their teachers. The faiths of Abraham allowed slavery as well as prophet Mohamed owned slaves. Other high people in religion such as St. Paul allowed the practice of slavery. There are some church leaders who fought without fear to remove the injustices that were directed towards women. It is quite unfortunate that religions consider women as inferior beings in the eyes of the lords. For instance, in the New Testament St Paul states those women should... Role of women in religion...
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The Status of Women
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...women who lived in colonial America who "worked in professions and jobs available mostly to men. There were women doctors, lawyers, preachers, teachers, writers and singers" (Comptons 1995). This was because "prior to the 1800s, there were almost no medical schools, and virtually any enterprising person could practice medicine. Indeed, obstetrics was the domain of women" (Comptons 1995). Even this changed, though, by the beginning of the nineteenth century when women were again relegated to the acceptable positions of writing and teaching only as the educational requirements for these professions were...
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The empowerment of women rights
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...teachers. In an attempt to keep their daughters safe from the issues of coeducation that include but are not limited to the boyfriend-girlfriend culture, premarital sex and court marriages, parents tend to compromise upon the daughters’ education. In turn, they remain illiterate and unable to equip themselves with the necessary skills to be able to join the workforce. Illiteracy of the women happens to be one of the most fundamental causes of the epidemic of poverty in such societies. Likewise, women are required in the healthcare sector in order to cater for the needs of the women in the society. Women prefer female... 30 November Women Empowerment Women’s rights have been subdued in all times in the...
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Can teachers support creativity and imagination in children
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...teachers support creativity and imagination in children? “We humans have not yet achieved our full creative potential primarily because every child’s creativity is not properly nurtured. The critical role of imagination, discovery and creativity in a child’s education is only beginning to come to light and, even within the educational community, many still do not appreciate or realize its vital importance.”(Ashfaq Ishaq cited in Morris, 2006) Childhood is a critical period in one’s life because the knowledge that is applied on the various issues faced by the individual during his or her adulthood is usually procured during... Running Head: Creativity and Imagination Creativity and Imagination s Can...
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The empowerment of women rights
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...teachers. In an attempt to keep their daughters safe from the issues of coeducation that include but are not limited to the boyfriend-girlfriend culture, premarital sex and court marriages, parents tend to compromise upon the daughters’ education. In turn, they remain illiterate and unable to equip themselves with the necessary skills to be able to join the workforce. Illiteracy of the women happens to be one of the most fundamental causes of the epidemic of poverty in such societies. Likewise, women are required in the healthcare sector in order to cater for the needs of the women in the society. Women prefer female... ? 30 November Women Empowerment Women’s rights have been subdued in all times in...
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The Impact of New Induction/Mentoring on Beginning Teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
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...women have spent countless hours reading, advising and encouraging me through this process. I have valued their opinions, knowledge and suggestions throughout this exciting journey. Chapter I: Introduction The 2001 No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) legislation recommends methods on how to implement recruiting, preparing, and training improvements for teachers. The research is based on the simple principle that teacher quality is essential to cultivating student achievement (Bush, 2001). Using funds from the NCLB legislation, school districts have the support... ? The Impact of Induction/Mentoring on Beginning Teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools By Angela Belfield Doctoral Study Submitted in Partial...
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Women and poverty
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...women – and the female population in general – does not have access to education or may have been denied of such opportunity. Fifty-five per cent (55%) of the 93 million out-of-school children are girls (Soroptimist 3; Chant 201). Correspondingly, out of the 16% of the world’s population representing adults who have no access to education, approximately 66.67% are women (UNESCO 2; 3). It has also been observed that despite girls having access to education, their development is often obstructed by the teachers’ approaches and gender-biased textbooks that emphasize adverse gender stereotypes (2). In addition, poverty carries out... ? 8 July Women and Poverty: The Feminization of Global Poverty Introduction ...
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Women throughout American History
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...women who had the capacity to support themselves often owned boarding houses or became seamstresses. In a number of occasions there were women who occupied jobs and worked in professions available largely to members of the male population (Bataille and Lisa 26). There were women singers, doctors, writers, lawyers, teachers, and preachers. However, by the initial periods of the 19th century, standard occupations for working females were restricted to domestic work and factory labor. Women were barred from the professions, save for teaching and writing. The necessary educational requirements, specifically for the practice of medicine, enhanced. This stopped a large... Women throughout American History All ...
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Women in Catholicism
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...teacher. This same Gospel relates how her brother Peter opposed her activity and suggested that the newly established Orthodox Church, based in Rome, did not approve of it. Another orthodox leader in Africa, Tertullian, denounced similar activities by another woman who was baptizing, preaching and performing other acts, which were not allowed women. As early as in the first centuries, there was a great deal of objection and prejudice towards the role of women in the church (Kilgo). Sexist Attitude in the Catholic Church A study found that the higher one’s educational level goes, the less... CATHOLIC CHURCH’S TRADITIONAL VIEW OF WOMEN AND THEIR ORDINATION Introduction Evidence abounds in the New...
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Can teachers support creativity and imagination in children
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...teachers support creativity and imagination in children? “We humans have not yet achieved our full creative potential primarily because every child’s creativity is not properly nurtured. The critical role of imagination, discovery and creativity in a child’s education is only beginning to come to light and, even within the educational community, many still do not appreciate or realize its vital importance.”(Ashfaq Ishaq cited in Morris, 2006) Childhood is a critical period in one’s life because the knowledge that is applied on the various issues faced by the individual during his or her adulthood is usually procured during... ?Running Head: Creativity and Imagination Creativity and Imagination s Can...
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Changing role of women in society
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...women has gained a stronger basis in the society (Bennett 12). Women are now career oriented as a result of furthering their education and have embraced careers such as nursing, teaching among others. In Little Women, Alcott illustrated the roles whereby women were teachers and they had gradually begun to establish their position in the society. The concept of working class is not attributed to men like it was in the past, women now also hold the rank of being labelled as working class. Despite being stereotyped as the weaker gender in the society, the remuneration that women receive is the same as that of the fellow men colleagues working in the same... Changing Role of Women in Society Women are...
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Elementary Teachers
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...Teachers Teacher Expectation and Academic Success "Highly effective first grade teachers have distinguished abilities to teach literacy all day. They are expert re-teachers, re-framers, and reminders. They motivate students by varying the speed, breadth, and depth of literacy lessons. They demonstrate their exceptionality by breaking literacy into doable steps, teaching as many as 20 different skills in a single hour". (Black, Okar & Hunt) "When students do not learn a concept on an initial attempt, they have exceptional talents in reviewing concepts using varied modalities, contents, and texts. Their hypothesis is that with repeated instruction and new methods... 1 Elementary...
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Role of Women in Ministry
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...women in the ministry. In the traditional Roman Catholic, women are only allowed to become nuns, mothers and teachers.5 They are restricted from becoming priests because Jesus chose twelve men to become His disciples. 3.2 Women as Ministers 3.2.1 Women and the Collar There is evidence from both the Old and New Testament that portrays women as leaders in the church. In the Old testament Deborah, Miriam and Huldah were women in the society that were involved in the ministry.6 In the New Testament, there are various women who were acknowledged as followers of Christ. During His teachings, Jesus spoke highly about his mother... ? The Role of Women in Ministry Table of Contents Thesis ment 2. Introduction 3...
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Working Women in the Gulf
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...women thinkers. Many famous scholars and writers such as Ibn Battuta whose works are still read today, were inspired and were learned from great women such as Bint Al-Kamal who has the “Gotha Codex no.59017 and who Ibn Battuta went to Damascus to seek knowledge of Hadith from. Women were also “musnidas” and teachers and who would give out ijazas to students that attended their lectures, and in which some students’ ijaza... Working Women in the Gulf Working woman in the Gulf is a topic that has been debated over many years. In this debate tenets of Islam are used to define the work that a woman should do. Islamic teachings have been used to define the role of the man and woman, husband and the wife. Many ...
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Recent figures from the General Teaching Council for England (2010)* suggest that one quarter of primary schools have no male te
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...teacher. Does this matter? Examine the evidence and the implications. Name: xxxxx School: xxxxx Course: xxxxx Instructor’s name:xxxxx Due Date: xxxxxx Introduction In the field of teaching, work force feminisation is occurring, which leads to distinct changes in the gender structure of primary to secondary teachers (Lewis, Butcher & Donnan, 1999). Traditionally, the profession of teaching has been regarded as less suitable career for men and more suitable for women, thus the male teachers in the primary schools have been regarded morally suspect (Tubbs, 1946), out of place (Kaplan... ? Recent figures from the General Teaching Council for England * suggest that one quarter of primary schools have no male...
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Women In the Antebellum Reform
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...women became educated and established functions that they would take to progress, according to the ways of true womanhood. At the same time, women became aware of the functions that male counterparts claimed would only be done by males and could not be managed by females. At this point, women had all the information about sources of their judgement as well as their strength. The fact that they were allowed to become teachers, they became so weak and committed in spreading theory of change to people through teaching. In 1840s, women started organizing reform movements... Introduction about the antebellum incident The antebellum incident took place in 1837. Antebellum reform incident was a consensus of...
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Why men exercise more than women
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...women Men exercise more vigorously and regularly than women and they are more active than women as this is evident during growth and development from fetus to old age. Mothers around the world argue that during their pregnancy the male fetus has been more active than female fetus while still in the womb mothers have experienced male fetus doing more movements than female fetus that are mostly calm and less active. This is even evident during childhood where by boys engage themselves in more vigorous activity and exercise than girls. Most boys make their own toys; play with big and rough toys than girls. Further, boys tend to experiment a lot. They like emulating... their parents,...
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Impact of Shame on Childhood Obesity: Perceptions of Teachers towards Obese Students: A Quantitative Study
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...teachers and counsellors and measure the effect of shame on well-being and performance, also from the perspective of teachers and counsellors. This study focuses on the perception of teachers and counsellors towards obese students. The current research study overview, conclusions and recommendations are presented here. Summary of Results Research Question 1: What are the perceptions of teachers and counselors on ѕhаmе оvеr obesity of obese children? For the first research question, it was found that overall... ?Chapter 5. Results, Conclusions, and Recommendations Introduction The research study data analyses reported in Chapter 4 were performed to measure the effect of shame from the perceptions of...
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Minority in women -Annotated Bibliography
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...teachers, social workers and secretaries. Escobedo, Elizabeth. 2013. From coveralls to zoot suits: The lives of Mexican American women on the world war II home front. North Carolina: UNC Press Books. According to Escobedo, Mexican-American women did not have as many opportunities in the wartime era at work settings as they do today. Today, different and successful women from this group have shown that cultural odds can be defied. These are women such as Ellen Ochoa, a retired astronaut in U.S and Anna Maria Chavez, a CEO for the Girl Scout organization in U.S. Landivar, Liana. 2013. Disparities in stem employment by sex, race... Sociology Annotated Bibliography Topic: Impact of Educational level,...
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Women study: Womens History, Feminism
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...teachers and other students, usually develop certain habits that can be either positive or negative. The last step is the society usually connects both men and women. Any individual living in the society will have his or her behavior modified by the practices, myths and traditions of community (Sharma, 2007). Gender dynamics of relationships Relationship refers to the connection between two people, which could be by marriage or blood. The relationship that exists between men and women usually reflects the societal attitudes. Gender dynamics has... ? Feminism Feminism Feminism refers to the process aimed at protecting women’s rights. Feminism advocates that both men and women should have equal economic,...
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The equal pay for men and women
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...women doctors earn an average of about 20.7% lower than men in the same position. A similar situation exists in universities. According to research done in 2004 by the Association of University Teachers (AUT), the wage gap is lower in academia than in other sections of the employment world. However, it is possible to argue that at 15% the average is still embarrassingly high in that section of the employment world that is populated with the so-called progressive intellectuals who should be doing much... The equal pay for men and women That women make less money than men do for similar jobs is a fact in many situations in the United Kingdom. Several studies have shown it to be true and have offered exp...
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