Benefits of the ergonomic chair

Talking about an ergonomic chair is talking about health, because sitting correctly has become a vital issue today. Who has not spent hours in front of the computer and suffered those terrible backaches? What are these cervical problems that we have suffered more than once? And it is that adopting a bad posture when sitting … Read more

How Music Motivates Me

Dear Society Every time someone turns 17, there should be a disclaimer that you’re going to have to have to start answering THE question. Starting in January of 2015, I’ve heard “What do you want to do with your life?” more than almost anything else. At Christmas, Easter, Fourth of July, anniversaries, and birthdays I’m … Read more

Framework components of The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO)

COSO was formed in 1985 to sponsor the National Commission on Fraudulent Financial Reporting. The Treadway Commission was originally jointly sponsored and funded by five main professional accounting associations and institutes: the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), American Accounting Association (AAA), Financial Executives International (FEI), Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and the Institute … Read more

School Uniforms Should Be Removed in Schools

The annual school uniforms sales in the U.S. averages one billion, three hundred million (Statistic Brain). That’s a great deal of money towards something that the majority of student’s dread. School uniforms are typically worn in private schools but are becoming required at some public schools. The average student doesn’t want to wake up in … Read more

Organisational analysis

This chapter examines organizational structure with emphasis on Mintzberg’s work and how it applies to the researcher’s organization. In doing this emphasis will be on Minztberg view of the structure, types and power component of organizations. While the second aspect of this chapter will focus on the analysis of organizational culture, how they shape organizations … Read more

The Internet Research "Public Thinking" By Clive Thompson

How many times a day do you use the internet? Almost everyone uses the internet, whether it be posting on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter; emailing one of your friends or colleagues; or even just doing some research. Thompson’s research says twenty-five percent of Americans report being almost constantly online. Billions of people use the internet … Read more

Medication Error Situational Analysis

As a nursing student one thing that always seemed to come up in every lecture was medication errors and how to avoid them. The instructors would always go over the “five rights” of medication administration. These medication administration rights included the right patient, right drug, right dose, right route, and right time (Grissinger, 2010). As … Read more

Cover letter example

I’ve never enjoyed any type of writing, whether it is narrative, expository, descriptive or persuasive. Being a student who easily manipulates numbers, I was eager to have this english course of Foundation 1013 over and done with. This course consisted of many different interesting topics that were engaging, however due to my eagerness to complete … Read more

Classical Conditioning Theory Of Learning By Ivan Pavlov

Understanding human’s behavior have been always an attractive field that driven scientists to make uncounted researches throughout the history. John B. Watson the Father of American Behaviorist (1878-1958) was one of those scientists who studied this field. So he worked on “Learning theory” which interprets the individuals’ behavior through several sub-theories’ perspectives; was founded by, … Read more

Cultivation Practices Of Carrots

Cultivation practices of carrots Carrot is a semi-hardy crop which is cultivated all over the world. It is the common name used in Zambia for Daucus carota. Since it is a semi-hardy crop, carrot require cool weather for it to perform well. Carrot need long days and vernalization of roots. Despite carrot being able to … Read more

Benefits of Origami Instructions to the Learner

Benefits of Origami Instructions to the Learner You should not get worried when the term origami is mentioned since it is simply the Japanese art of folding paper to come up with different shapes. Origami is one of the arts that has been introduced in schools in the western countries due to the educational benefits … Read more

A Research on the Relationship Between Teacher Expectation and Academic Performance of Students in Schools

The relationship between teacher expectations and academic performance has been a topic of interest for the last 50 years. Teachers’ judgements often play a role in facilitating or inhibiting students’ academic performance (Sudkamp, Kaiser & Moller, 2012). For example, females are generally perceived to be competent in reading, language and arts and boys are perceived … Read more

Cross Culture Research Between Kuwait And United States Of America

Introduction In this wide world the values, culture, norms, consumption pattern, and shopping behavior are different. It is true, in the era of internet the sides world is very close to each other. However; still many differences are alive. The differences between the United States of America and Kuwait from the marketing field are to … Read more

Stereotypes About Asian-American Students

Time and time again, we see Asian-American students quietly but surely rise above their peers with their quiet, studious, and high tests scores. What is it about these students that separates them from their peers? Keith Osajima, a professor of race ethnic studies at the University of Redlands, dives deeper into this topic in “Internalized … Read more

Why Not to Arm Teachers

Persuasive Speech Outline General Purpose: To persuade Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience to sign a petition urging our government not to arm teachers with weapons. Thesis: Arming teachers would undermine the sense of a safe learning environment, take valuable funds away from necessary school resources, and increase the risks of accidental gunfire. I. The … Read more

Jean Jacques Rousseau

Civilization leads humans to an unhealthy form of self-love which centred on vanity, jealousy and pride. Jean-Jacques Rousseau believed that this unhealthy self-love emerged when humans went to live in cities, as they lived in ‘bad habits’, vices and in comparison. As a result, he believed that a natural education helps in a child’s development … Read more

Researches in social facts’ by Durkheim

Durkheim was a sociologist of French origin born in the year 1958 and died on the November of 1917. He instituted various academic disciplines and is considered as the current social science principal architect. He actually maintained dominance in the field of social sciences until the time of his death. Durkheim also presented several sociological … Read more

The Heritage Public Library

The Heritage Public Library is part of the Maryville County Public Library System, a 12-branch system with headquarters in Maryville, Alabama. The Heritage Public Library serves the city of Clarke and the surrounding area of about 30,000 residents. The new, 25,000-square-foot library was built in the fall and winter of 2017 and opened on January … Read more

An analysis of a student paper with unf writes rubrics

Analyzing papers with UNF Writes Rubrics set a very clear guideline for writing a paper. The rubrics include logic, mechanics(grammar,syntax, punctuation,and spelling), rhetorical awareness, and plain English style. After assessing a student paper based on these Rubrics it is apparent how well a paper or even how poorly a paper is written. The rubrics rate … Read more

Millennials: The Me, Myself, And I Generation

Millennials always think they’ve got it all figured out….until the day they realize they don’t. Time Magazine’s publication of Joel Stein’s The Me, Me, Me Generation and Andrea McAlister’s article Teaching the Millennial Generation depicted their thoughts about that dreaded day for millennials when they realized that they don’t have it all figured out. Both … Read more

New Literacy Practices

Over the last decade, the information age has been rapidly changed by the introduction of the new literacy. But even this definition, now a decade old, fails to articulate how might change in an “information age. New literacies have risen due to the introduction of new technologies such as text messages, blogging, social media, video … Read more

History of ICT in education

In education, ICT has a long history. Technology first used in education a long time ago. But since it’s came to people’s acknowledgement, technology first use in education in 1600s. The Slide Rule: The first educational technology known as Slide Rule was first introduced in 1654 by Robert Bissaker. The instrument was designed for use … Read more

Importance of Girls’ Education

In the past individuals believed that it was not important to teach young ladies. Presently we have started to understand that young ladies’ instruction is fundamental. The advanced age is the period of enlivening of young ladies. They are endeavoring to rival men in all circles of life. There are numerous individuals who restrict young … Read more

Analysis Of The Three Different Studies

Study One: Basic Information: The first study I will be analyzing is “More Experience = Bigger Brain”. The author of the article based on this study is M.R. Rosenzweig, E.L. Bennett and M.C. Diamond. Curiosity on this topic sparked a study conducted by Vincenzo Malacarne dating all the way back to 1785. However, the study … Read more

Scripture engagement – Lrctio Divina

Christians have been developing and practicing various Scripture engagement techniques for hundreds of years. This article is trying to help us understand the true methods of experiencing God in the Bible. The scripture engagement technique the article focuses on is Lectio Divina, this means “sacred reading” in Latin. This practice has been used for over … Read more