High School Graduates Should Take A Year Off Before Entering College – Student Gap Years

Students need breaks! For some students, a two-to-three-month summer break just isn’t long enough. Some students need time to live, to explore, to understand, to transition, and to find themselves. A gap year is a break in education after completing high school before furthering education at a college or university. A gap year gives students … Read more

Ecological Systems Theory: How The Surroundings Can Affect The Development Of The Child

For this research, the researcher relates to the ecological systems theory to explain the experiences of child headed households and how they survive in their everyday life where they are exposed to abuse, hunger, poverty, harm and lack parental-guardian relationship or guidance which is vital for child development. Ecological systems theory Bronfenbrenner developed his ecological … Read more

My First Day In The New School

It was Saturday, a busy day for me, I got up earlier that ay so as to pack up luggage. It was a little confuse because I was going to travel somewhere I have never heard of before_Tamanart, a small village which is 80 km to Bouizakarne but it belongs to Tata province. Sunday, September … Read more

Oxford ever ringing bell?

Located in a corridor close to the foyer of the Clarendon Laboratory at the University of Oxford, England, the Oxford Electric Bell or Clarendon Dry Pile is an experimental electric bell which has run continuously ever since when it was set up in 1840. It was “one of the first pieces” from a collection of … Read more

First Real Studies of Flight

There were several trials to fly in old history, the idea was brought to mind after the invention of kites by Chinese, then Leonardo da Vinci made the first real studies of flight in the 1480’s. He had over 100 drawings that illustrated his theories on flight. The Orthopteran flying machine was never actually created. … Read more

Evaluation of the 1984 Child Protection Act and Keith Jacobson’s Case of Procurement of Prohibited Uncensored Material

Late in the evening on the night of February 22nd 1984, Keith Jacobson ordered two explicit magazines for his personal leisure. These two publications ordered were titled “Bare Boys 1” and “Bare Boys 2” from a California based adult novelty shop. Keith Jacobson claims is that he did not know that these two publications included … Read more

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

Studying in the US

Each year, number of students is increasing who look forward to study in the US, as they want to expand their educational experience in the world class system. But have any of us ever given it a random thought so as to why many students are increasingly choosing colleges and universities of the United States? … Read more

Should Sex Education Be Taught In Schools?

It’s something we all question in our teenage years: sex. Teenagers often feel uncomfortable talking to their parents about sex. For this reason, Sex Education is effective while being taught in school. Many believe this will increase curiosity in teens and may cause them to experiment. If thoroughly taught, Sex Education will be informative and … Read more

Should religion be taught in schools

Should religion be taught in public schools?Should region be taught in public schools? How will parents take this? In my opinion its best that religion doesn’t enter public schools because of the contreversy and media outrage that can stir up. Starting with one point of view, there are many reasons why religion needs to be … Read more

The theories on human development

In the history of psychology, there have been many different fields of interest. Human development, especially, has been one of the interesting fields of study for many psychologists. Freud, Erikson, and Piaget are all great theorists with similar, but different, ideas of human development. Their theories on human development had human beings passing through different … Read more

How To Become A Real Estate Agent

Once you’ve decided to pursue a real estate career, you’ll need to attend many real estate education hours from a trustworthy, accredited real estate school before passing the state licensing exam. Each state has different requirements regarding the number of credit hours and course content. Nevertheless, courses are crucial for becoming a real estate agent. … Read more

Traditional School vs Online School

Students may have the opportunities to attend an online school and they can make a choice between online schools and traditional schools. There are some similarities between an online school and studying in a traditional school, however there are also many differences. Most traditional learning classrooms are designed where the teacher is giving direct instruction … Read more

The Debate Between Anti-Intellectualism & The Vocational Education In Articles "My Struggles With Anti-Intellectualism" By Paul Stoller & "What’S Wrong With Vocational School?" By Charles Murray

Educational attainment is essential to achieve because this brings satisfaction to our lives. From the articles that I have read, the topic of debate between anti-intellectualism and the vocational education has been raised. The first article entitled My Struggles With Anti-Intellectualism was written by Paul Stoller. He was a professor of anthropology courses and had … Read more

Use of technology in primary school education

The study is meant to explore the use of educational technology at the primary school level in (Khyber Pukhtunkhwa). The main objectives of the study are to investigate the usability, importance of educational technology, availability and whether primary school teachers are utilizing the educational technology tools for the teaching-learning process. For this kind of research … 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

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

An Argument on the Reasons Why Sex Education Should Be Included in Kazakhstan Schools

Nowadays one of the most debatable topics in Kazakhstan is “Should sex education classes be introduced in school’s programs?”. One interesting fact is that majority of people ignores the sexual activity between girls and boys, and very unpleasant consequences such as early pregnancy, abortion and sexual disease. According to the Doctor Rolleri (2007), sexuality and … Read more

A Study Of Moral Values In Different Organizations As Depicted In Karen Ho's Biographies Of Hegemony

In a Biographies of Hegemony, Karen Ho discusses how institutions such as universities and law firms instill values that are unquestionably distorted in their students and stock market workers. In Leslie Bell’s Hard to Get: 20-Something women and the paradox of Sexual Freedom moreover, the issue of the system’s propensity in creating self-serving values recurs. … Read more

The Personal Benefits of Studying Abroad

As an economics student and enthusiast, the idea, of studying abroad is certainly a welcomed move in both my educational. I consider studying abroad as a life-changing experience and an optimal way to enhance my lingual skills as I traverse another country and interact with the natives. My decision to study abroad was influenced by … Read more

What is the impact of the transformational leadership style on the personal outcomes of the follower?

Transformational leadership is a process in which “leaders and followers help each other to advance to a higher level of morale and motivation” (Burns, 1978). The degree to which a leader articulates a vision that is appealing and inspiring to followers. Leaders with inspirational motivation challenge followers with high standards, communicate optimism about future goals, … Read more