My educational philosophy essentially rests on one fundamental factor: the power of choice. In tandem with KIPP's Five Pillars of operating principles, I believe that teachers, staff, parents and students have the power to make the choice to work towards success, including high expectations, commitment from every vested party, and the choice to lead. While KIPP's fundamental role is to provide the basic infrastructure, it is the teachers, staff, parents, and students as a collective entity that must adhere to the fact that receiving an education is paramount in today's world. There are no short cuts. While it takes work and desire, the desire must come from within and magnified with the support from a person's surroundings and environment.
Under its Annual Report Card, KIPP reports that the annual KIPP student starts fifth grade at the 40th percentile in mathematics and after four years, these same students are performing at the 82nd percentile in mathematics (KIPP Online). Florida state's record of achievement for that same period show that the black, hispanic, and low income group of students in the fourth grade tested at 52%, 66%, and 58% respectively (compared with 69% achievement for all students) in mathematics proficiency and 42%, 57%, and 49% respectively (with 63% for all students) for eighth graders (Mapping Florida's Educational Process)…
This is a key driving force in persons’ lives, including mine. I am requesting for a chance to participate in a doctorate program in Special Education, not because I have a yearning for a master program graduate title, but because I have a passion of delving into this field thus accomplishing my career objectives
A good leadership plays a substantial role in identifying a dysfunctional motivation. It brings the employees back to the track. It has often observed that money is the most powerful tool to enhance motivation among employees. Incentives, compensations, reward based work should be made the part of organizational work structure.
I have been involved in clinical research for the past two years. In the first year of my research I had opportunities to rotate in various labs and worked with several great physicians and scientists. By the end of the rotation I chose to work in a pharmacological laboratory focusing on drug treatment on schizophrenia in animal models.
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I have been working in the emergency department since 1990 and this extensive experience has taught me valuable lessons of life, personally and professionally. It is due to my focused vision that I have been able to acquire the
Other than that, I have also participated in physician shadowing experience in Nini hospital in Tripoli as well as Al Jabal hospital in Lebanon where I observed several surgical procedures for several months. I have also successfully completed a
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