Education

Researching the Flexible Grouping

Statement of the problem Flexible grouping is defined as a “grouping that is not static, where members of the reading group change frequently” (Ford, 2005). The overriding problem in the research is students’ inability to adapt to changes that occur in the flexible grouping rather frequently. Moreover, it is possible...

Perspectives of Teachers and Parents on ESL in Early Childhood Education

Abstract Education as a Second Language (ESL) is a program designed to help students with limited proficiency in English. The program has an international implication as most if not all its students are derived internationally. This gives it its importance in enhancing cross-border transition. However, the program still has extrinsic...

A Teachers’ Self-identity and Professionalism

Introduction The present assignment is dedicated to the issues of teachers’ self-identity, the shift of their roles in the educational process with the progress coming to all spheres of human lives and interactions. The focus on educational professionalism will be taken from a professional point of view because of the...

Ways of Improving Student Achievement

Introduction The achievement of students in any learning environment is determined by several factors. It may depend on the students themselves and their level of motivation, the type of curriculum, and the teacher’s influence e.t.c. The learning environment should be made conducive for the learners or students. The teacher has...

Awakening Early Learners’ Mathematical Competencies

Introduction The early childhood stage is an exciting time for young learners. At this age, they are avidly curious about the world around them prompting them to ask a million and one questions to their parents, teachers, and other significant adults in their lives. Apart from learning about letters, the...

Learning English and the Activity in the Class Relationship

Abstract This paper explores the relationship between taking notes and interactive learning processes in the classroom. It will examine Fiore’s (1985) research about classroom activities. This paper will also draw inferences from eight other sources. These assumptions will be based on my thesis, which states that interactive learning is more...

Research Article Critique: Articles on Educational Topics

Discovery as a method of learning The article of Marvin L.Bittinger “A Review of Discovery” discusses theoretical and practical aspects of discovery learning as well as discovery in mathematics. Undoubtedly, Bittinger has carried out deep research of literature and scientific sources to make such a review of discovery learning process....

Literacy Development and Online Language Learning

Introduction The greatest strength of humans is their ability to learn, though not every person uses this ability. Long ago, learning was the privilege of particular levels of the population only, as well as only several decades ago women did not have a right to get an education. With time,...

Effective Pedagogy for Undergraduate Teaching in Health and Aging Courses

Introduction According to (Chavez, 2006), higher learning education needs to emphasize very good learning outcomes especially for undergraduate students of aging as well as health courses. A high level of understanding is required for this group of students which calls for the application of effective principles of epidemiology as well...

Hispanic Women in Education

Introduction As part of the application, I have decided to create a pamphlet that would inform the educators how Hispanic women can be helped to achieve great levels of education and at the same time maintain their culture. They should get involved in education and at the same time learn...

Affirmative Action & MBA Career Success

Introduction The nature and essence of affirmative action programs in the United States of America seems as elongated as the debates, anxieties, and backstabbing that these particular programs have elicited over the years. These programs originated as strategies purposely designed to advance equality for the black population in the country,...

Block Play: Method of Teaching

Introduction Block play: was invented by Friedrich Froebel more than two hundred years ago. is designed for children’s educational development is perfect for children’s educational development due to their characteristic playfulness and curiosity. Early age brain development and block play Children exhibit mathematical awareness long before they go to school:...

Educational Organizations as Machines

Introduction During the last centuries, many scientists and professional researchers devote much time to the analysis of the essence, work, and functions of bureaucratic systems. The development of bureaucratic systems promotes certain improvement of work that needs to be performed by college/universities administrators to present proper effective institutions. The peculiar...

The Reggio Emilia Pedagogy Model in a Kindergarten

Introduction The school is an avan-guard kindergarten located in Iceland in a residential area in the city of Kopavogur. The kindergarten has adopted the Reggio Emilia model that is hailed as a successful approach to early child hood education. The communities around the kindergarten are multicultural and so are the...

Effective Leadership Style for Inner City School Principals in Atlanta

Introduction The complexity of school and learning environments require good and efficient leadership, not only to achieve set targets established for them, but to ensure that they are run according to stipulated legal guidelines. School leadership has been ranked second from classroom teaching in influencing pupil for learning (Day, Pam,...

Private Education Advantages over Public Schools

Introduction The study report entitled Are Private High Schools Better Academically Than Public High Schools? States that Think Tank is often regarded as an organization or group of persons that paved the way for innovative findings in various sectors such as political strategy, social policy, science and technology, education, and...

Career Choices of Hispanic Female Teachers

Introduction This research paper aimed at investigating factors leading to low career advancement among Hispanic female teachers. The research though largely descriptive, was both qualitative and quantitative in approach. Ten Hispanic female teachers from Center Hill County in Florida were chosen for interview. The interview sought to obtain their experience...

Why Students Join Dubai International Universities

Introduction In the effort of developing the talent pool and making Dubai a knowledge-driven economy, the city has taken several positive initiatives. Among them is the setting up of Dubai Knowledge Village (DKV), in 2003. Because Dubai’s populations mostly consist of foreigners and about 90% of the workforce in the...

Effect of Feedback Tool on Students’ Academic Performance in Science

Introduction Science is the driver in modern global economic atmosphere. This is an era of information and high technological advancement which calls for more dedication on science education. In 2009, Hong Kong adopted “Hong Kong Accord on Global Science Education”. In this accord it recommitted itself to promoting science education...

Multicultural vs. Citizenship Education

Introduction Since ancient times the issues of education have been a central topic for all governments and nations – the unity and identity of a nation are formed with the help of successive generations that have to be properly raised to fulfill the tasks stipulated by the family, the state,...

Innovative High School Chemistry Teaching Methods

One’s method of teaching reflects one’s understanding of how learning occurs. Consequently, educators must critically analyze their goals for teaching to ensure that these align with student learning patterns and that content demanding subjects such as chemistry can be fully comprehended by students. The latter paper will mostly focus on...

Evaluation of the Effects of the Successmaker Lab on Academic Achievement

Methodology The research will critically evaluate the Effects of the SuccessMaker Lab on Academic Achievement of second grade students. Consequently, the merits of the SuccessMaker program will also be evaluated. Three main research question guided the study; to what extent has the program been implemented as measured by minutes per...

Accounting Education in Community Colleges in Kuwait

Introduction For many developing nations the years that followed the two major world meetings namely the Dakar World Forum on Education and the meeting that elaborated the Millennium Development Goals, much has been done to reform education (King 2009). Following these meetings world leaders established that education was important for...

Positive Behavior Support in Schools

Findings The findings of the study on a program evaluation of positive behavior support in school that was designed to test the various hypothesis of the study are presented in the table and graphs below. Table 1 Survey Question Disagree Not Sure Agree A This classroom is a positive and...

Computers Application in Education and Accounting

Outline In the early ’80s, technological advances in information technology and computer hardware began to take place at a very high rate. Owing to this computers and computer-related technologies began to encroach on most aspects of our lives. It was as a result of this that innovations such as the...

School District Analysis: Harris Country School District

Introduction I am employed in Harris County School District and I ought to conduct a study that is rather higher than relaxed scrutiny. The entire activities and performances of the schools and students affiliated with the district were investigated to get the required outcomes and results. From the conclusions, I...

The Effects of Parental Involvement on Student Achievement

Student achievement can be improved with parental involvement. There are numerous studies that support this assertion. It is of vital importance to student success. Fiore (2001) expounds by saying that parental involvement is a major component in the creation of positive school culture. He added that the creation of positive...

Descriptive Qualitative Research in Music Education

Introduction An assessment of the qualitative research in music education shall help to shed light on the perception and views of individuals as regards the issue of music education. In addition, the evaluation of a relationship between school music education and community education in a qualitative manner shall also enable...

Music Education: The Descriptive Research Methods

Introduction Research methods in music education are increasingly becoming commonplace. The challenge now facing designers of curricula is to balance the conventional components of the music education curricula recent research methods additions. Such a balancing act need not be done on the basis of speculation, but rather requires the input...

BSS Systems & Chinese Wemers

Introduction The selection of the right approach for a research is an element of the research that holds the utmost significance and is a factor that should be decided upon in the early stages of the research. There are numerous research methods available and there are numerous schools of thought...

Impact of Study Abroad by Cohen and Shively

Summary of the article The study conducted by Cohen and Shively “Acquisition of requests and apologies in Spanish ad French: Impact of study abroad and strategy building intervention” is focused on curricular intervention influence on the strategies of culture- and language-learning considering requests and apologies. The author highlighted experimental methods...

Education Marketing Management in Canada

Introduction Two-thirds of the population growth from 2001 to 2006 has been due to immigration (Immigration, 2006 Census). Immigrants are from Asia, Caribbean Islands and Africa. 57.3% of them were in the age group of 25-54 while only 42.3 % of the Canadian born were in this group. 4.1% were...

General Education in Technical Programs

Abstract General education courses have been entrenched into many Associates of Applied Science (AAS) Degree Programs in the community college. These degrees were developed in order to create a job readiness through practical application within the discipline-specific courses that are associated with the major. In most cases, the general education...

The Special Education Teachers in Judaic Studies at Manhattan Day School

Introduction Background information Following the 1975 enactment of “The Education for All Handicapped Children “(as per the Public Law 94-142), there came into being a law that ensured that students with disabilities accessed education from the public school system just like their non-handicapped peers. From a historical perspective, not every...

Teachers Pursuing a Master’s Degree in Music Education

Abstract This study seeks to explore the experiences of in-service teachers pursuing master’s degrees in music education through distance learning. With the development of information communication technology, distance learning through the Internet has gained ground globally. Presently, an increasing number of universities and colleges are offering online master’s programs. Music...

Gender School Culture: Why Boys Outperform Girls

Key Stage 2 examinations are done by pupils who are about to complete their primary education. These exams are used to evaluate the progress of the students, to categorize the primary schools according to their performance, and to provide secondary schools with a picture of pupils’ academic capabilities as they...

The Hispanic Male Perception of Higher Education

Introduction to the Problem The Statistical Portrait of Hispanics in the United States (2007) reports that 30% of Whites attain a college degree, while only 12.6% of Hispanics in the United States (U.S.) graduate from college. Jana L. Schwartz, Jody Donovan, and Guido-DiBrito, Florence (2009) point out in the quote...

Effective Adult ESL Model Economic Impact on the Economy of Canada

Introduction English has acquired an international reputation as a world language due in large part to the globalized power relations of companies and governments (Graddol, 1997). English as a second language, also known as an ELS program, has evolved over the years and influenced economical and social sectors. Much advancement...

Systems Theory in the Light of Three Scientists

Analyzing the Education system of Hispanic women in the light of Peter Senge Peter Senge presents the idea of learning as organizational success and analyzes learning on the basis of what he refers to as ‘shift of mind’. It is this ‘shift’ that is responsible for bringing change to any...

Adult Education. Retraining Programme for Older People

What is the topic of my research? Adult Education: How’s NGO retraining programme assist “re-trainees” who are over 40 years old with unemployed and lower education in returning to the workplace successfully?? Why have I chosen this topic? Today we are living in an era of globalisation and liberalisation. The...

Highly Qualified Teachers, Is That Enough?

Introduction This is literature review of the teacher qualification, leadership skills, standards consolidate of information from various literature written by different groups. We are going to differentiate between the teacher’s qualification, which is a level requirement and the teacher’s quality, experience in disseminating information. In addition, we shall summarize the...

Educational Structures and Administration Relationship

The educational value to the Canadians has formed a core factor in the country’s economic growth and development of the nation. The education for Canadians has been shaped through the integration of parents, teachers, and other stakeholders such as the federal government. Despite the coordination of the various organizations, education...

Masters Degrees: Necessary for Success?

Introduction I will explore the topic of whether a graduate degree guarantees financial and career success. In these times of economic duress, more and more people are turning to graduate school in the hopes, this will guarantee a stable job and more money when the “good times” return. However, in...

Small Community Schools’ Academic Success

Outline The education sector has seen many changes in the past years. Many of these changes if not all, are attempts by the stakeholders to better the education standard in the United States. These have seen even the central government and congress passing a bill that brought about the No...

Academic Motivation: Ethnic Teaching in Dutch Schools

Introduction In Dutch schools as in most other European schools, the ethnic divergence of the pupils has made teaching a greater exercise over some time. The migration of non-European minority people into Europe from the 1960s onwards has posed a different challenge to the teachers. Authors, Andrissen, Phalet & Lens...

Educational Leadership – Past and Present

The history of educational leadership as a system of views begins in the United States since year 1837, when public education was introduced and made available to all social circles (Bogotch, 2004, p.10). One of the prominent politicians and educators, Horace Mann, was amongst the first to assert the necessity...

Educational Technology Leaders: Competencies for a Conceptual Age

 Introduction Introduction and Statement of the Problem Technology enabled K12 education has been the most debated reforms in the education sector in recent years. Introduction of Internet connected computer right from junior classes is becoming ubiquitous while allowing educators and students to interact and learn with anyone around the world...

Media in Education. The Study of Application.

Introduction The study of application of media in education is a complex activity. It entails that each medium shows some specific and unique attributes that are important or of great concern to each day to day classroom learning activity. The purpose of the study of media’s implementation in education is...

Emmett Scott High School’s Social & Academic Culture

The purpose of this case study is to examine the roles that educators and students played in the social and academic culture of Emmet Scott High. Emmett Scott High opened in 1920 as a segregated school for African Americans in the city of Rock Hill. Although it closed in 1970,...

Developing Accomplished Instructional Support Specialists

Introduction Teachers play an important role in instilling knowledge and education among students. The increasingly diverse student populations not only in the United States but also in other parts of the world require that teachers should be competent both personally and professionally. Shulman’s model of teacher understanding shows that teachers...

Leisure Satisfaction in School Teachers of Taiwan

Introduction Context of the study This research study is concerned with the relationships between leisure participation, leisure satisfaction and emotional intelligence amongst elementary school teachers in northern Taiwan. It is during early school years that children develop personalities and habits that shall impact on their lives later in life. It...

High School Dropouts: Quantitative Study

Introduction High school education constitutes the foundation for the higher learning process. It plays a vital role in influencing the success or failure of a student’s career. Generally, the performance or outcome of students is influenced by many factors like intelligence, hard-working, parents’ or teachers’ encouragement, motivation self or induction....

Generating Scholarly Knowledge

Introduction The present paper will focus on the major ways of generating scholarly knowledge. They are publications in scholarly journals and peer review process that helps in creating the most precise and accurate articles for publishing in reputable scientific sources. This paper will examine the basic ideas of the peer...

Philosophy Scenario in Music Education

Introduction Art education requires from teachers even more innovative approaches that any other education does. Professionals speak of the whole philosophy of art education that covers existing methods and approaches. Inexperienced teachers might claim that there is no need in such philosophy as knowing how to make art is enough...

Changes in Higher Education in Saudi Arabia

The saying that “the only constant thing in this world is change” is an irony most people struggle with. Coming out of one’s comfort zone may be a gruelling process that spans from the introduction of the idea of change to the implementation of the change itself. If change within...

Social Theory in the Function of Education

The search for a social theory which is compatible for 21st century educational philosophy is so difficult because there are so many social theories that influenced education. But, one can see that history of educational thought is developed in the context of social theory. Because of diversity, contemporary American society...

How to Stop African American Males Dropping Out of High School

Abstract Teenagers dropping out of high school especially the African American students before completion of have been a challenge for parents, educators and employers for many years. Although the numbers have decreased over the years, new policies need to be implemented in school curriculum that would help student stay in...

Comparison of Student Motivation: Methodology

Introduction The methodology would describe the process taken into consideration to evaluate student motivation. Student motivation in Health Career programs is highly critical to ensure that there is a strong performance in these programs. This will also decide on the attrition rates, persistence in learning, and student retention, in the...

Education Outcomes for Saudi Women

Methodology Introduction The methodology is the process of instructing the ways to do the research. It is, therefore, convenient for conducting the research and for analyzing the research questions. The process of methodology insists that much care should be given to the kinds and nature of procedures to be adhered...

Adult Learning Theory: Experiential Learning

Introduction Experiential learning is regarded as a fundamental “principle” necessary in understanding the learning style of adults. Accordingly, it has become a leading concept in both the continuing as well as adult education. Furthermore, experiential learning symbolizes one amongst a small number of ideas which offers a hopeful foundation for...

Students Obstacles in Logical Thinking and Mathematics

Abstract The first thing that comes to 13-year old student’s mind when we talk about mathematics would probably be the never-ending signs and symbols and x and y and z! If you give him a simple problem to solve, he would be the first person to get out of the...

Sociology and Psychology in an Education Program

Introduction This paper discusses and outlines an education program that addresses the issues of diversity, discipline, and functions of schooling. This paper will cover among other concepts of education, social, philosophical, functionalist, symbolic-interactionist, and conflict theories of education in the school curriculum. Diversity Diversity shall be dealt with through social...

Planning for Individual Student Needs

Introduction to the Study Introduction Educators across the nation are embarking on a new era of education for students with disabilities. The concept is called inclusion and the focus is on the outcomes achieved by the whole child as he or she attends a home school with age and grade...

Morris Brown College’s Political and Social Challenges

Introduction Morris Brown College is suffered from organizational and leadership crisis. Corruption and leadership crisis has thrown the organization in serious threat. Its financial crisis emerge to be mounting additional $23 million debt, effects are so awful that the cafeteria has been shutting down its usual runs out of food...

Self-Directed Learning Theory

Introduction Learning helps us to become experts by enabling us to acquire new skills and knowledge. Learning helps to strengthen the brain through the construction of new pathways. These new pathways help to increases connections that we rely on when learning (Conner, 2007, para. 1, 2). This type of learning...

Educational Research Theories

The way of educating people should be presupposed with the current and appropriate methods constituted in the system of rules and principles. For this purpose the significance of scientific method is very high for the teaching process and for the outline of successful and efficient work in education. First of...

Teachers and Students: Communication Misunderstandings

Communication misunderstandings between middle-class teachers and lower-middle class students are of increasing significance in the success or failure of the educational learning environment. Students and teachers are two different groups which should collaborate each time and the problems in communication is impossible to avoid, as people’s characters and understanding of...

Case Study: Emmett Scott High School from 1965 to 1970

Introduction The purpose of this case study is to examine the roles that educators and students played in the social and academic culture of Emmett Scott High in Rock Hill, South Carolina from 1965 to its closing in 1970. Emmett Scott began in 1920 as a two-story, white frame house...

The Increasing Violence in Suburban Middle Schools

Introduction According to Schwartz (2003) violence is thought to be a suburban public school problem and a consequence of poverty and family dysfunction; however, he argues that stable schools across the country are experiencing violence even though the nature and extent is different in suburban and city schools. Teenage violence...

Risk Management for Secure International Schools in Hong Kong

Abstract This research project was designed to uncover the real perception of safety in Hong Kong International Schools among parents, teachers, administrators and students. To this end a literature review was done, which showed that there is certainly a rising trend world-wide towards violence in schools. It is with this...

9th-Grade Math Grades as Cahsee Predictor

Introduction High school exit examinations High school exit exams have become common in the United States and are a major source of controversy in the American education system. The Center on Education Policy (2008) states that “high school exit examinations have a significant impact on American education. Today, 68% of...

Second Language Acquisition for the Adult

Introduction to the Problem This study examined the factors affecting second language acquisition in the adult classroom. This has explored how the Multiple Intelligence (MI) Theory of Howard Gardner might help adult learners in learning a second language. Even with the existence of traditional methods for teaching foreign languages, this...

Impact on the No Child Left Behind Act

Abstract This essay discusses issues relating to the NCLB Act of 2001 of the United States public educational system. The researcher seeks to analyze the point under consideration in discussing advantages and disadvantages of the NCLB Act of 2001. The researcher first discusses the general Act and the period of...

Research Process: Quantitative and Qualitative Research

Introduction The main purpose of this paper is to analyze the research process that takes place in both a quantitative and a qualitative research study. Two articles, one a quantitative and the other a qualitative, will be examined and reviewed. The quantitative study was conducted by Donlon (2009) to examine...

Change Higher Education in Saudi Arabia

Introduction Higher education in Saudi Arabia The kingdom of Saudi Arabia has devoted very special attention to fostering a higher education in the country. This is since its entry into the new era of the rapid development in the country’s economy and also infrastructure in the 1970s. The ministry of...

How Political Process Has Changed American Schools

Politics is the means through which disagreeing people can get good outcome without having to beat each other over the head with sticks. Many political systems are concerned with vital public goods. Pronouncement of an agreeable political course is often a complicated task especially when the number of people involved...

Integration of Technology Into Middle School Language Arts Class

Introduction The present paper aims to investigate middle school teacher’s use of technology in the classroom. In particular, the concern of the paper is to look for the use of technology in the English language arts classes and that how teachers use technology for different pedagogic purposes like lesson planning,...

High Effectiveness of the Incorporation of Online Tools Into Self-Regulated EFL Learning

The effects of strategy instruction on the vocabulary and attitudes of EFL students and teachers have been a topic of considerable discussion in recent years. The language is almost universally used in business communication, international scientific inquiry, and a variety of other contexts. As such, students in many professions would...

New and Unknown Words in Understanding Expository Text

Introduction Expository text is used in a lot of ways with the end aim to provide a clear picture, idea or piece of information called knowledge to the end-user who is the reader. Whether short as a sentence or long as a series of encyclopedias, expository text informs. Definitions of...

Affirmative Action in Student Admissions

Introduction To most Americans, Affirmative Action (AA) is a very familiar though scarcely understood term that denotes various strategies that have been designed to improve educational, employment, and business opportunities for ethnic or racial minority groups and women. However, the mode of implementation of these strategies, the actions required for...

The Problem and Reasons of Widowhood

Context of Widowhood in Kenya In terms of the contemporary instability in the world it is hard to realize the scopes of mortality within people living in different places of it. In this respect people are trying to make their lives comfortable and protected from the negative factors of life....

Classroom Mastery of Performance Standards

Introduction The move to standard-based education was caused by a number of factors affecting the quality of education and teaching. Standards are important mechanisms for mastery in any subject or skill. State legislators have wisely chosen to raise standards universally. The standards-writing movement began in most states in 1989, soon...

Learning Theory Comparison

Adult Education Defined It is remarkable to think about the extent to which andragogy can be claimed as the distinctive characteristic of adult education as a field. Though Knowles moved from a belief in andragogy as the exact opposite of education for children toward the idea of a continuum, he...

Eurythmy Curriculum in Waldorf Education.

Research question For a long time the researcher has been asking himself why eurythmy has been a very difficult subject. Majority of the pupils and students nowadays appear not to like being taught eurythmy and even when they are being taught they show a lot disinterest of which sometimes discourages...

Student-Teacher Positive Relationships

Introduction Introduction to the Study For years, theorists have attempted to determine the most effective ways to educate our nation’s children. Millions of dollars have been spent in research to determine the best practices and processes to use for this purpose. Programs have been created, theories have been developed, and...

Music Education Pre-Service and Beginning Teachers’ Learning

Teaching music is a phenomenon that should be studied by people who decided to connect their lives with pedagogy as it presents information about the techniques and methodology of work with students to achieve as high results as possible. Therefore, the scope of the study is the pre-service and beginning...

Sociology of Education: Corruption and Funding

Education is one of the most important fields of social life and development. In spite of great cultural and social achievements, education is still one of the main problems for the American population and political figures. What would make traditional education sufficient is its integration, with wisdom, with a moral...

American Psychological Association. Peer Review

Introduction The major focus of the present research paper will be peer review process in all its aspects. This paper will also consider the essence of the peer review process, stages of its development and major spheres of its professional use for production of scholarly publications. One more focus of...

Arts for Academic Achievements Program in Houston County Schools

The continuous developments to educational programs and curriculums imply the existence of areas that might benefit students and enhance their basic skills. One of the most important basic skills that are crucial for further students’ development is reading. One of the areas of implementation enhancing the overall academic achievement of...

Increase Student Retention and Decrease Attrition

Introduction The purpose of this chapter is to provide a summary as well as an interpretation from research findings of the secondary data, by books, journal articles, reports, electronic databases and websites in order to drown the literature. In addition, an in-depth analysis of the roles and purpose of the...

African American Teachers in Segregated Schools in U.S.

Introduction Topic and purpose The topic delves into the educational system of schools where most of the students enrolled are African Americans. The purpose of this study is to examine life in segregated schools in the segregated schools from the perspectives of African American teachers and administrators of Emmett Scott...

Gifted and Talented Education Programs in NYC

Introduction Concerns over recruiting and retaining minority students in gifted education programs have persisted for several decades, and, although many educators, policymakers, and researchers have deliberated about the under representation of minority students in gifted education in NYC, few papers, reports, or studies exist on this topic. This paper seeks...

The Impact of Moodle on Learning

Abstract: This paper investigates the available literature on the use of Moodle as a virtual learning environment in educational settings. It highlights the various characteristics of Moodle that make it uniquely suited for educational purposes and explores the software from the viewpoint of the teacher. It also analyzes the impact...

Elementary Education in Northern Taiwan

Introduction Under the chapter of this research, the profile of the study shall be explored, with the intention of shedding light on what the chapter entails. This will then pave way for an exploration of the research findings, followed by a discussion of the same, and ultimately, allow for a...

School Mentoring Program for Afro-American Males

Introduction The problem that is being addressed in this paper is that a program of mentoring has been conducted in the Xyz school for the African American male students of Grades 1 to 5 for one and a half years and yet no attempt has been made to evaluate the...

Curriculum Perspectives Analysis

Introduction Posner (2004) describes the official curriculum as an intended and conscious presentation that is written down to act as a guide or lesson plan where class objectives, materials, and sequences are specified. This definition is the basis for the traditional curriculum perspective. On the other hand, the curriculum can...