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An Argument against the Implementation of Longer School Years
Why we Shouldn’t Have Longer School Years There is no need for longer school year, and a higher quantity of education would not be worth the stress it causes the student if it is not equal to the quality of the education, for, following common core standards, it would just push the US further towards the almost robotic min...
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A Comparison of the Differences of Traditional Schooling and Online Schooling
Lively Art of Writing – Touch of Irony: Traditionally Better For the student, the dreaded alarm clock sounds, blaring its obnoxious, unrelenting tone much unappreciated in the early morning. After rushing through his daily hygienic routine and getting dressed, the student frantically searches the kitchen for some sort rese...
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An Examination of the Factors Contributing to a Student's Gap in Achievements
In and Out of School Academics can certainly make a case for different reasons that result in inequality in achievement across different socioeconomic groups and races. There are a multitude of aspects of life in low-income areas that contribute to a gap in achievement. The fact that the gap exists, however, is not up f...
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The Steps in Creating an Effective Lesson Plan
My educational mottos are “never quit” when faced with adversity and “practice follow perfection.” The latter holds ground in my assignment as my colleagues and I for the second time attempt to engender a comprehensive lesson plan to fully expand on previously learned lesson planning techniques to maximize each fundamental...
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A Report on an Interview with a Teacher: The Art of Creating Possibly the Best Learning Environment for Students
During my comprehensive interview with an experienced influential educator, vital criterion such as passion, cultural sensitivity, classroom management, and subject mastery engender an exemplary learning environment for all types of students. The interviewee, White-European middle-class female, has over fifteen years of tea...
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An Analysis of the Education System in against School by John Gatto
Public schooling is nonetheless a place to receive a rock-solid education, or as so they say. Education and school are something that supposedly correlates together, yet many U.S. students that attend public school pass through with only a percentage of what they were taught and even less than students in other parts of the...
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Special Education: An Analysis of an Interview with a Parent
The issues of special education are vague if generalized through out-of-context perspectives. It is vital to analyze specific culture groups (i.e. parents) to research solutions on special education matters. The results influence alterations through actual experiences in today’s issues. Through an in-context perspective, o...
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Orthopedic Impairment Among Students and the Ways of Adjusting Environment to Their Needs
An approximated 30 million persons globally have an orthopaedic status
that weakens their mobility. This is the most widespread impairment, with a
large percentage of patients dwelling in evolving countries. Orthopaedic
impairments can spectacularly sway value of life, and even reduce the life
span if left untreated. With w...
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An Observation and Testing of the Special Needs of Students as a Classroom Teacher
In any profession, it is vital to diagnose all conditions properly with the usage of unbiased certified testing and observations. For example, a doctor would diagnose meningitis by a lumbar puncture or an MRI scan to correctly identify the virus. Another less dangerous, but equally serious issue is properly assessing specia...
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A Look at the Advantages of Comprehensive Sexual Education
The Benefits of Comprehensive Sexual Education "Don't have sex, because you will get pregnant and die!" This is a
quote from the movie Mean Girls, and it's a bit silly and hyperbolic,
however, according to the Guttmacher Institute, it is completely legal to
teach to children as sex education in all but 13 of our Un...
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