Education Paper Samples

Physical Education in California Schools

Physical education was first introduced to Elementary schools in the United States in the early 1950s. At first, according to Lumpkin (1985), it was implemented to help students to develop skills in different areas, learn about the different sports, and develop social interactions through group activities. Back then, it was...

Studying Abroad: Benefits for Chinese Students

No doubt choosing a university belongs to several fateful decisions that almost all high school students are concerned about. Thus, some students prefer studying in other countries as long as their families can afford it. At the same time, others decide to attend universities in their countries. In the first...

England and Cuba Education Funding Issues

Introduction Education is a very important aspect of human development. An education system aims at providing people with knowledge and skills that would help them tackle day-to-day challenges. Therefore every responsible society tries to ensure high level of education to its people. The importance of education in human development is...

What Affects Progress and Performance in UAE Schools?

Since 1971, education in UAE has been a major priority aimed at preparing competent, reflective and highly committed students. Initially before the leadership of the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the UAE populace involved itself in pearl diving, fishing, and date palm cultivation. Dramatic changes began with the...

Teaching English Language Learners: Observation

Observation and Description Overall Teaching Situation In this classroom, the teacher stands in front of the students, and they face each other. The class seems to be composed of 10 or fewer students who are a good number of maximum efficiency (Hill, 2006). Some students are seated in pairs, whereas...

Early Childhood Profession in Australia

Executive Summary This report analyses the state of early childhood profession in Australia. Numerous features characterise early childhood profession. They include passion, creativity, and flexibility. Various complexities impact early childhood profession in Australia. They include lack of national harmonisation of employment and compensation of early childhood professionals. The country does...

Conceptual Tool Use in Instructional Design

Theories play a key role in the sphere of instructional design because they are used to provide frameworks and backgrounds for practice (Fyle, Moseley, & Hayes, 2012; Honebein & Honebein, 2014). In their article “Struggling with Theory? A Qualitative Investigation of Conceptual Tool Use in Instructional Design,” Yanchar, South, Williams,...

Mobile Learning Efficacy in Saudi Arabia

Introduction Background of study The introduction of technology in education has greatly improved the delivery of education to learners, as well as the outcome of learning nowadays. This can be attributed to the fact that technology has influenced the restructuring of education system and enhanced academic excellence. One of the...

Effective Teamwork: Characteristics and Stages

Describe Teamwork Teamwork refers to individual contributions brought together towards achievement of common purpose. In respect to this, group purpose is given priority over individual needs to strengthen the interactions and relationship amongst members. Teamwork often comprises of individuals that have got passion to attain a given objective of solving...

Educational Formative and Summative Assessment

Formative and summative assessment are different sides of collecting information about students’ learning and evaluating the current system of education. Since a well-balanced assessment system integrates both types, the task of paramount importance is to understand why they are significant, how they work, and how a teacher can apply this...

The Importance of Education in a Globalized Society

The importance of education in the globalized society has made a curriculum the heart of any educational institution providing formal education since it defines all aspects of the learning process and reflects students’ experiences. Furthermore, the notion has come to designate not only a set of standards but also a...

Studying Abroad and Graduate Employability

Executive Summary & Introduction The current graduate labour market is facing challenges of absorbing graduates who lack necessary skills into higher skill jobs. A decade ago, graduates were employed in higher skill jobs contrary to current situation where modern graduate occupations require new and specialized technical expertise. Recent technological developments...

Classroom, System-Level and Leadership Assessments

Classroom Assessment Large-scale assessment programs are the foundation for the modern education reform initiative. All types of assessments help to guide improvements in instruction and learning. The most common evaluations that have proven effective are quizzes, tests, and writing assignments. There are also other assessments that teachers use regularly in...

Teaching Philosophy in Early Childhood Development

Nature/Nurture Concept and Debate The five domains of early childhood development constitute the early development instrument perspective (Curtin, Browne, Staines, & Perry, 2016), from which an important aspect of teaching philosophy can be explored. It is recognized today that all five domains should be addressed in an integrated manner, so...

Educational Partnership: Teachers, Students, Parents

Summary in English In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), the field of education, its development, and the impact on other spheres of life are important topics for discussion. During the last decade, the UAE education has undergone considerable changes and improvements, and it is necessary to understand if students and...

Diversity in Elementary School Learners

Introduction It is upon the Christian teachers to combine personal narratives, useful materials to understand complex people or situations, and the use of scriptures to progress in their teaching in the classroom (Parker, 2012). Modern students have much diversity and their teachers must learn how to handle the diversities. There...

Learning Difficulties in Australia

Introduction Students with learning difficulties (SLDs) exhibit difficulties in several areas that affect their educational outcomes. The operational and conceptual meaning of the term learning difficulties varies widely among different countries or cultures. Nevertheless, most definitions draw from five basic key elements. Namely, learning difficulties emerge from a multiplicity of...

Cultural Awareness in Omani English Language Teachers

Introduction English language teaching is one of the most important fields in the teaching process around the world. Bassnett et al. (2000) says that second language learners usually experience difficulty when interacting with native speakers. This difficulty is as a result of missing gaps between teaching and classroom setting. The...

Special Education and Teacher Burnout

Complications special education teachers have in their professional life are immense. Questions like whether there are any factors that help special education teachers deal with the realities of their profession are high on the agenda of educational circles. Researchers have been able to identify some factors that make significant contributions...

Teachers’ Perceptions of Learning Disabilities

Abstract The study investigates the teachers’ perception of students with learning disabilities in the United Arab Emirates schools. Research made it clear that the teachers of different grade levels have different perceptions of their students with learning impairments: some instructors positively perceive them while others have negative perceptions. The future...

African-American Male Principals and Educators

Introduction While discussing the phenomenon relative to the number of African-American male educators and principals working in K-12 public schools in the United States, it is important to note that the total number of such personnel is extraordinarily low and trending downward to address the growing instructional and disciplinary needs...

Designing Adult Illiteracy Elimination Programs

Introduction The recognition of the importance and the necessity of education for the development of society has become a significant achievement of human civilization. Today, such a fundamental education level indicator as the literacy rate is acknowledged as a crucial element of the development of a country. Promoting literacy in...

Saudi English Learning Students’ Reading Difficulties

Introduction Citizens of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are ethnically diverse with the majority (90%) being Arab and the official language is Islam (Alrashidi and Phan 34). The country practices segregation of education based on gender and follows religious and cultural beliefs in effecting its curriculum for schools. Nevertheless, the...

Instruction Design Model: Teaching and Learning Process

Introduction Instruction design models, according to (Smith and Ragan, 1999; Anderson & Keller, 2000; Sjoukje & Cook, 2009) are models which ensure learning objective is achieved through the systematic application of instructions. Importance of Instructional Design Models These models ensure learning and training experiences are efficient, effective and appealing (Smith...

Children at Risk and Interventions in Saudi Arabia

Abstract This paper addresses the issue of children at risk, and possible interventions and changes to their curriculums that might be used to improve the outcomes. The study is based on scholarly literature, and, after addressing the importance of the issue, provides a review of a number of studies and...

Advanced Education in Computational Science

My main reason for choosing better and advanced education in a competitive field of study at LMU lies in the personal perspective of life. It also provides a special chance to engage character and intelligence to advance knowledge, especially in this era of computerization and technologically advancing platforms. Considering the...

The Efficiency of the American Education System

Introduction Americans began developing their education system as early as after the American Revolution. The founding fathers of America envisioned a nation that gave equal academic opportunities to its citizens. The education system they established in the 18th century has undergone many transformations before becoming what it is today. Currently,...

Organizational Change in Colleges and Universities

Leaders in educational institutions are challenged to address the needs of stakeholders within the constantly changing environment. Any changes in the stakeholders’ demands can provoke the need for a new initiative proposed by leaders. Such external factors as government and state funding can also lead to creating the necessity of...

Paperless Education: Positive and Negative Effects

Introduction Going paperless has it downsides, but the benefits seem to outweigh the disadvantages. Boards need to prepare for the transition by studying how much money would be saved by eliminating copying costs and how much it would cost to put documents and other information online. Of course, not everyone...

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)

Introduction “IDEA, (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) is a federal law in the United States that governs the way states and public agencies provide special education and also early interventions, related services to children with disabilities” (Danaher & Goode, 2004). It is made up of four parts, General provisions which...

Higher Education and Globalization in Today’s Realities

The American way of life stresses the need for college education among its citizens. Currently, people from all walks of life seek higher education for several reasons, including economical and social reasons. About five decades ago, college education provided a viable avenue for improving the economic status of the citizens...

Self-Efficacy and Self-Concept in Students

Educators are increasingly interested in the role of students’ judgments about their competencies and the self-play in the process of acquiring skills and knowledge. The introduction of two self-constructs has immensely enriched the field of educational psychology: self-concept and self-efficacy, which has allowed us to understand better human functioning in...

Special Education Contributions and Experience

Introduction Special education refers to explicit instructions that are drawn to equip children who have any form of disability whereas their parents incur little or no charges. The children are instructed in schools, churches, hospitals, homes, and other special setups that are interested in children’s education (Wilmshurst & Brue, 2010)....

Early Childhood Education: Studies Review

Introduction According to Heymann (2003), the results of several studies that have been conducted in several countries show that preschool education is critical in the development of the social, cognitive and emotional aspects of an individual (p. 1). To ensure that future generations are sustainable, it is thus important to...

Young Children, Their Families, and Communities

Unit 2 “Young Children, Their Families, and Communities” prepared by Paciorek (2012) addressed the issues connected to the families and communities in which these children live. The authors of articles in the unit invited the reader to reflect on his or her family as well as compare the issues children...

Multiple Intelligence Theory and Education

Introduction In 1983, Howard Gardener developed a Multiple Intelligence Theory that featured prominently in his book, ‘Frames of Minds’ (Chapman, 2003). The theory was widely accepted across various fields of education and it became a classical model which was used to understand and teach the various aspects of human intelligence...

Efficient Interaction in Distance Learning Classroom

Learning Styles and Distance Education Virtual learning has become a modern trend that connects teachers and learners through an online instructional learning process supported by sophisticated technologies, including computers and information technology (Kim, Kwon, & Cho, 2011). Recent trends indicate that learners and instructors have regarded distance-learning classrooms as efficient...

Children’s Early Learning and Development

Introduction This paper offers a framework for explaining how researchers, educators and the rest of the society’s perception regarding the child educational development contribute to learning and development. Moreover, this framework explores relations between various theoretical views on children’s cognitive and social growth, the role of the society and educators...

Students Discipline Plan and Behavior Management

Introduction Discipline is an important factor which determines a student’s reaction to learning, and how one relates with both teachers and fellow students. Discipline is formed through the behaviour a student exhibits in class, and that influences their performance outcome and learning skills. There are various ways a teacher can...

Special Education Teachers and Parents: Collaboration

A Qualitative Research Proposal This qualitative study will explore how the use of technologies can enhance collaboration between special education teachers and parents of children requiring special education services in early childhood. The ability for the special education teacher to communicate and collaborate with parents of students receiving special education...

Four Management Functions in Teaching

Being a student means learning to work in a team. No matter how good one’s personal academic score is, the skills of communicating the goals and the means of attaining them, as well as solving the emerging conflicts in a team efficiently, are the key qualities that are sought by...

The Educational Leadership Importance

Report The class materials explore the importance of educational leadership and teamwork. The materials highlight the importance of teams in every learning organisation. The readings also explain how organisational leaders can develop new teams in order to achieve their goals. The readings also highlight the benefits of middle and distributed...

Reading Disability and Learning Difficulty Program

Identification Learners with learning disabilities (LDs) display identifiable curricular strengths and weaknesses. Often, there is a disparity between their reading/spelling skills and practical abilities. According to Rivalland (2000), the acquisition of reading and writing skills requires a combination of cognitive functions, namely, “eye/hand coordination, auditory discrimination, memory, and practical awareness”...

Child Advocacy in Education

Children constitute some of the most vulnerable groups in society. As they are unable to fight for their rights, children need people to sensitize the society on their needs, rights, and interests. Children advocates seek the establishment of requisite systems and structures to support all areas affecting kids. However, most...

Early Childhood Education Standards and Practices

Early childhood education standards of quality have become a nation-wide trend in the last few decades and brought forth many discussions and debates on the role of standards in the development of young children and their relationship to developmentally appropriate practices. The modern field of the standards movement is large...

Early Childhood Studies: Current Issues and Trends

Changing Demographics The changing racial, cultural, and linguistic demographics in Hansvale County have an impact on Building Blocks Learning Center (BBLC). Teachers at the center have been forced to change the curriculums to accommodate the demographic changes seen in the county. The center now accommodates children, regardless of whether they...

Parental Involvement in School: Children’s Literature Issue

Introduction The involvement of parents in the education of their children is a very vital role in improving the learning outcomes and performances of their kids. Parents are involved in many aspects of a child’s education, including the choice of school, the choice of books to be used, and even...

Motivating Students to Learn and Succeed

Introduction To be an effective teacher, one should be able to engage the students and help them maintain an interest in the subject being taught. While some students are naturally driven and demonstrate interest on their own, most are reluctant and need to be stimulated to learn. The teacher must...

New Brookhaven School and Disabled Students

This paper looks into how New Brookhaven School’s English language learners and students with disabilities can be adequately handled and how well they can cope with the institution’s education environment. The paper also looks into how the federal laws and advances in technology can be utilized when helping English learners...

Bachelor’s Degree and Employment Rates Correlation

In order to establish the reasons for the relationship between bachelor’s degree and unemployment/underemployment among young graduates, the study will be based on the following hypotheses. Null hypothesis: Wage inequality is not responsible for graduates’ roles incompatibility with the requirements of the labour market. Alternative hypothesis: Wage inequality is responsible...

Curricular Issues in Early Childhood Education

In the unit, “Curricular Issues,” Paciorek (2016) asserts that teachers have a role to inspire, encourage and influence children in the learning process. God’s love enables teachers to assist the children. The Bible states that we should love one another. The teacher should use questions so that children can learn...

Young Children at Risk: Curriculum and Intervention

Children are widely recognized as the future of any society of a nation. Practically, the new generations of any state and the level of their wellbeing determine the tendencies a country will be going through within the next few decades. That way, taking good care of the children and developing...

The Educational System in Saudi Arabia

Introduction The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the leading economic powerhouses in the Middle East. The government of this country has been struggling to develop other sectors of the economy in order to reduce overreliance on oil industry. The education sector is one of the areas that the...

Inclusive Education: Disadvantages and Challenges

Introduction Inclusion is the process through which students who were previously pursuing their education in segregated special institutions, due to the various barriers to accessing education, are later integrated into regular schools that have a modified curriculum to accommodate for their special needs (Walton, Nel, Hugo, & Muller, 2009). Inclusion...

Decision-Making Strategies in Education Management

The value of strategic management, especially in the context of education, has increased dramatically in recent decades. Principals have to rapidly react to changing environment focusing not only on the internal issues but also on a long-term strategy. This paper aims at examining the two decision-making strategies that might be...

Small Group Instructions and Learning Centers

Introduction The educational system of a society is fundamental for the development and ultimate advancement of the entire community. Governments all over the world have acknowledged that educational strategies can have a significant impact on economic and social outcomes of their citizens. It is for this reason that so much...

Nursing Students’ Teaching and Learning Methods

Learning Characteristics One of the learning characteristics of the nursing students is the capacity to care for the patients. Professional caring is core to the nursing profession. Nursing students deserve a teaching method that grants them an opportunity to evaluate and challenge personal beliefs and assumptions. Schofield et al. (2013)...

UAE Public Schools’ Financing and Marketing

Introduction The public schools in United Arab Emirates are facing numerous problems, which are affecting the economy of the country. For a country to be able to provide its citizens with quality education, there have to be effective strategies in place. Research conducted in different environments has indicated that being...

Lesson-Planning Matrix

Introduction A teacher develops a detailed description of what he/she intends to offer students. This is referred to as a lesson planning. A lesson plan is meant to guide activities of a class on a daily basis. Content of the lesson plan varies depending on the preferences of the instructor,...

Positive Learning Environment in the Classroom

Abstract Teacher conceptualisation of behaviour problems is paramount in choosing what measures to use to avert exigent classroom behaviour. If instructors perceive learners’ conducts as suggestive of the poorly organised classroom, they may look for means to restructure the class setting to exploit conditions for the occurrence of apt behaviour...

Theory of the Inclusive Education

Topic Children with disabilities have been recognized as one of the ‘at risk’ groups for a long time; in particular, ‘at risk’ is the term commonly used to identify special categories of children, and also, it carries quite a strong emotional and intuitive connotation (Moore, 2006). However, education for children...

Media Utilization and Student Learning

Which should come first: the media or the method? There is no need to choose between two versions, as both – the media and the method should appear at the same time. Taking into account the fact that educational technologies for teaching and learning are of wide range, one can...

Early Education Learning Theory

Introduction The significance of early childhood learning seems to be largely underrated nowadays (Rivera, 2008). A range of parents prefer to leave the task of helping their child develop the required cognitive and analytical skills to teachers, which results in a child being completely unprepared for not only academic activities,...

Sex Education in the Middle East

Introduction Sex education involves giving instructions about human sexuality and human sexual behavior including reproduction, reproductive health and rights, sexual anatomy, and sexual intercourse, among others. This education enables the youth to be aware of matters regarding their sexuality and to engage in informed and responsible sexual practices. It also...

Critical Thinking in Education

Introduction Critical thinking is one of the most crucial attributes embodied by students, teachers and parents. As such, it is an important aspect which helps people to innovate, solve problems and relate to each other thoughtfully (Schraw, Crippen & Hartley, 2006). In that light, therefore, it becomes a fundamentally vital...

Assessments for Students With Learning Disabilities

Introduction Alternate assessment methods are actively proposed for evaluating the progress of different student populations, including students with disabilities. The reason is that traditional methods of assessment are not effective enough to illustrate actual results and performance (Lazarus & Rieke, 2013). The purpose of this paper is to discuss the...

Human Resources and Structural Frames in Education

Introduction Different views on organizational management have been developed and employed. People focused on structures, roles, relationships, technology, politics, and so on when trying to develop the most effective strategies and tools to make their organizations competitive. The structural and human resources frames are widely used in such spheres as...

Challenges of Teaching in Secondary School

Introduction Education is a fundamental component for the development and ultimate advancement of the society. Educational institutes rely on teachers to impart knowledge to the students. These actions by the teachers contribute to the future success of the students and by extension the society. For this reason, teaching was traditionally...

Sex Education in School: Reasons for Inclusion

Introduction One of the controversial issues facing the country’s education system is whether sex education should be included in the school syllabus. Over the past few decades, policy makers have stressed on the importance of providing sex education within the classroom setting. This education is aimed at preparing young people...

School Uniform Policy

Children are the future of human society, and this is why we have to develop effective solutions to problems that they face. When it comes to school, there is a variety of problems concerning the social status of the students, crime, and a lack of willingness to study. There is...

Affirmative Action Policy in American Education

Introduction The affirmative action policy advocates for the rights of the minority groups in the United States. The minority groups include women, American Indians, Native Americans, and African Americans. The affirmative policy emanated from the civil rights movement of the 1960s, which aimed at empowering the social, political, and economic...

Reading Skills Problem: Differentiated Instruction

Introduction Students with basic reading skills need differentiated instruction in order to make them understand better. It is important for a teacher to have an understanding of the capacity of his or her students. Teaching should be based on the capacity of the students. An instruction for a student with...

Public Schools and Uniform Policy

Abstract The paper is aimed at addressing the problem of school uniform implementation and reviewing positive and negative opinions on it expressed in six credible sources. The arguments for implementing uniform policy in public schools include opinions on its effectiveness for decreasing bullying at schools, increasing the level of discipline...

Differentiated Teaching: Contents, Products and Processes

Introduction Learners possess different learning strengths and competencies. The main goal of a teacher is “to maximize the potential of every child” (Tomlinson and Strickland 12). That being the case, educators should properly plan their lessons and instructions. Such instructions should fulfill the learning expectations of different students. Teachers should...

The Mixed Methods in Teaching: Role of Beliefs

The Main Goal The purpose of this paper is to analyze the Mixed Methods methodology in the article titled “Teachers’ Beliefs and Technology Practices: A Mixed Methods Approach” written by Deniz Palak and Richard T. Walls in 2009. Research Questions The researchers present two well-defined questions to be answered during...

Mixed Methods Research Study

Research Questions and Mixed Method Study The research question is as follows: “What technology do teachers use and how do they use that technology to facilitate student learning?” (Ruggiero & Mong, 2015, p. 164). It seems that the mixed method approach is justified in this case, as the quantitative approach...

Alternate Assessments for Students with Learning Disabilities

Introduction Alternate assessment methods are actively proposed for evaluating the progress of different student populations, including students with disabilities. The reason is that traditional methods of assessment are not effective enough to illustrate actual results and performance (Lazarus & Rieke, 2013). The purpose of this paper is to discuss the...

The Education System Changes: Qualities and Development

Introduction To begin with, it is important to review what education means as well as some of the qualities of a good education system. While reviewing this information, there will be an attempt to look at the purpose of education and whether the current system fulfils some, if not all,...

Environment in Early Childhood Education

Early childhood education is a widely and frequently discussed subject in the contemporary world. A range of new researches is conducted to provide the scholars with a better understanding of the minds of young learners, their needs, development, and social factors that impact them throughout the early stages of lives....

Higher Education and Student Affairs

Introduction In higher education, there are many departments that aim at distributing different services and support for students. Academic growth, personal development, and recognition of needs and expectations are the main tasks to be performed. In this constantly changing world of technologies and new standards, student affairs play a significant...

Alternate Assessments for Learning Disabled Students

Introduction Alternate assessment methods are actively proposed for evaluating the progress of different student populations, including students with disabilities. The reason is that traditional methods of assessment are not effective enough to illustrate actual results and performance (Lazarus & Rieke, 2013). The purpose of this paper is to discuss the...

Education in China and the US: History and Differences

Introduction Historically, education is believed to have started in Greece, but there have been evidences of it having started in China. There is a large difference in the quality of higher education between China and the United States, which is believed to have been influenced by the differences in the...

Online and Face-to-Face Graduate Program

Today online learning becomes extremely popular, as it provides educational opportunities that were previously unattainable. Still, the literature shows that purely online conditions do not allow to achieve expected results and mixture of online and face-to-face education delivery is the best variant, as it consists of both methods. Online courses...

Dhahran Ahliyya School’s Success Factors

Introduction Development of the educational sphere is one of the priorities in many countries including Saudi Arabia. The challenges of the modern globalized world unveiled some weaknesses in the educational system of the Kingdom. Thus, according to a survey, many Saudi teachers are not interested in their subjects and are...

Learning Management System Project

Introduction Learning Management System (LMS) is a sophisticated solution for planning, carrying out, and managing all training activities in the organization, including online learning, virtual classrooms, and courses conducted by the instructor. Its main task is to replace isolated and fragmented training programs using a systematic methodology in order to...

Child Development and Education: Physical Exercise

Introduction Human development refers to the process of growing to maturity. A child needs to have good physical activities, in order to develop to a healthy adult. Young adolescents, especially at the ages of ten to fourteen years, need to indulge in physical activities to ensure a healthy ushering to...

Self-Efficacy and Motivation for Students Learning

Perceived self-efficacy refers to the context-specific beliefs of people about their ability to successfully produce required levels of performance (Klassen, 2007). Individuals with strong confidence in their efficacy do not avoid difficult tasks and challenges but rather develop an intrinsic interest in challenging situations and attribute failure to an insufficient...

Learning Disabilities: Causes, Signs and Types

Introduction In life, there are numerous challenges that limit the human ability to do or achieving certain things. These challenges can be genetic, economic, social, or political (Randall 60). One of the common topics studies in psychology is learning disabilities. It influences the human ability to live a comfortable and...

Individual Career Management’ Concept

Introduction Human resource management seeks to facilitate the growth of both the workforce and the organization through the integration of various frameworks and models. Employees could also embark on strategies that enhance their success in their professional endeavors thereby, resulting in desirable outcomes. In this case, the concept of individual...

Parental Involvement in Education & School Events

Parents’ Involvement in the Individualized Education Program (IEP) Individualized Education Program is a system that is accorded to children with special cases to access quality education and learn effectively without prejudice. IEP ensures that teachers and other associated service providers are conversant with and understand a child’s disability. IEP is...

School Bus Fees as Economic Discrimination

The introduction of the bus system has forced many parents to give an extra dollar to the fees they have been paying for their children. Children have been enjoying the free ride to and from their respective schools but due to the economic constraints, the Fontana Unified School Districted has...

Learning Fractions Through Gameplay

Introduction Mathematics often appears to be one of the most challenging subjects to students. Mastering abstract concepts through formal studies frequently presents difficulties for children as they cannot connect this material to real-world situations. Fractions represent one of the most crucial topics as they are based on a deeper understanding...

Token Economy Impacts on Students’ Behaviour

Literature Review Special Education Needs Special needs education entails dealing with students who have unique requirements. The special needs are as a result of various disabilities hindering the capacity to participate in education. The unique nature of individual requirements of special students should be addressed. In most cases, the normal...

Special Education Disability Categories

Abstract The present study aimed to analyze how special education impacts development in children born with different categories of disability. Generally, the different categories of disabilities have been described in details within the Individuals with Disabilities Education Acts. These categories include developmental disabilities, blindness, deafness, emotional disturbances, and inability to...

Online and Blended Learning Benefits

Introduction Blended learning is an appropriate approach for language learning, as it supports the activities that promote student engagement (Larillard 19), a change in the way, in which students perceive content and the learning process in general (Topal 90), and the adoption of the social constructivism principles in the classroom...

Epstein’s Six Types of Parental Involvement

Introduction A review of past studies reveals that involving parents in educational matters contributes to the success of their children (Izzo, Weissberg, Kasprow & Fendrich, 1999). Parental involvement is also emphasized by modern studies such as those carried out by Joyce Epstein (Epstein et al. 2009). What emerges from evaluating...

School Needs in Terms of Philosophy and Ideology

Curriculum Theory Design English Language Arts The importance of education in the globalized society has made a curriculum the heart of any educational institution providing formal education since it defines all aspects of the learning process and reflects students’ experiences. Furthermore, the notion has come to designate not only a...

Information Management Systems Course

Introduction Today’s increasingly competitive and ever shifting business environment demands professionals to develop the capability to use emerging technologies, tools, and applications with the view to enhancing the performance and competitiveness of their respective organizations. The role of information management systems (IMS) in ensuring the success of organizations operating in...

Bullying in School and How to Minimize It

Introduction Giving a child best education is not only every parent’s main aim but also a basic need for any child. The United Nations has, through its Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), prioritized education. In this regard, most parents endeavor to take their children to school at the earliest age possible....

Multiple Intelligence and Learning Styles

Students reveal diverse learning styles and multiple intelligences. Only by understanding these different abilities that instructors can best plan the best method of teaching in order to assess students’ grasp. The article demonstrates how the two education styles relate. The theory of multiple intelligence states that persons have natural capability...