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

Analysis Of The Graham Greene’s Novel "The Quiet American"

In Graham Greene’s novel, The Quiet American, Greene portrays American character and foreign policy during the 1950’s. He does so by maintaining three important themes; the insufficiency of theoretical thinking, the fear of innocence, and the difficulty of remaining neutral. Throughout the novel, Greene emphasizes “that innocence and idealism can claim as many lives as … Read more

Should University Students Attend Classes?

Should university students be required to attend classes? There are two different opinions. Some people claim that attending classes is a must to students. Other people, however, argue that it should be for students to decide whether they want to go to class or not. As far as I am concerned, no matter whether students … Read more

How To Grow Black Hair Long In A Month

Is it possible to grow black hair long in one month? Your gender doesn’t matter because you both want touchable, healthy hair. Nowadays natural, shiny hair is relevant to all ethnicities. Keeping your looks l good means nourishing your hair. But what causes your hair to grow slower and thinner? Many factors tie into how … Read more

What Counts as Cheating?

In a very broad sense, cheating involves betraying a partner’s expectations about the type of contact the cheater has with others. When a husband or wife, boyfriend or girlfriend, violates one’s expectations about what is appropriate, people feel betrayed. Keep in mind that relationships are not based on logic, but are influenced by our emotions. … Read more

The Humanistic Approach to Studying

I would emphasize humanistic theories and principles if I were responsible for redesigning the educational environment. The Humanistic approach studies the whole person, and the uniqueness of each individual. It assumes people are basically good and have an innate need to make themselves and the world better. The humanistic approach emphasizes the personal worth of … Read more

The Impact of Technology on the Proliferation of Cheating

Digital Technologies Influence on Academic Dishonesty The internet is an astonishing invention that makes our lives much easier. In modern times, everything is attached to digital technology and nothing works without it. This is increasingly true when discussing education and learning. The internet, more specifically has many convenient functions that help students, such as: saving … Read more

Tardiness and Lateness as School Problems

Tardiness Defined Lateness is a form of disorderly behavior. Many students are tardy since they had turned tardiness to be a habit. The habit of being late to school is an unwritten behavior that may be passed on with each student. Tardiness suggests being slow to respond or sluggish to act thus not meeting up … Read more

Qualitative Rigor in Research

The rejection of reliability and validity in qualitative inquiry in the 1980s has resulted in an interesting shift for “”ensuring rigor”” from the investigator’s actions during the course of the research, to the reader or consumer of qualitative inquiry. The emphasis on strategies that are implemented during the research process has been replaced by strategies … Read more

My Educational Background

On 31st August 2016, I successfully completed my undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering from University of South Asia Lahore, Pakistan with a CGPA of 2.86. During my undergraduate studies I have been a brilliant student. I had involved in many Curriculum as well as co curriculum activities. I was a good player of football, cricket … Read more

An Argument in Favor of Banning Homeworks from School

Education has been crucial in the formation of our society, and so has homework. Homework has been around since public schooling was invented, and thus, it’s a rarely questioned practice. However, homework has fallen under extreme controversy in the recent years, with some talking about the extreme stress homework causes, and the countless negative downsides, … Read more

Dissertation Critique: Collective Teacher Efficacy In A Turnaround School

The dissertation selected for this critique was an interpretive phenomenological analysis study. The study investigates the experiences of five principals who were placed in low-performing schools as “turn-around” principals. Mayo (2018) proposed the research question, “how do principals make sense of and explain collective teacher efficacy in a turnaround school?”. The researcher discussed the significance … Read more

Steel As An Compound From Claiming Iron

Steel is an compound from claiming iron What’s more carbon Also different components. Due to its helter skelter elasticity What’s more low cost, it will be a significant segment utilized within buildings, infrastructure, tools, ships, automobiles, machines, appliances, and weapons. Iron is the base metal for steel. Iron has the capacity on undertake two crystalline … Read more

Research On The Concept And Aplications Of Attachment Theory

Basic Theoretical Premises of Theory Attachment theory explains the dynamics of long-term relationships, especially those between infants and their caregivers. The theory explains the response between two loved ones. Attachment in infants involves the closeness they seek for a caregiver when in trouble expecting that they will be protected from it. When a person’s attachment … Read more

Discussing a kid’s mind as illustrated in Biology: Transforming Students Motivation to Learn by Carol S.

Mindsets: Fixed or Growth? Carol S. Dweck’s Brainology: Transforming Students’ Motivation to Learn will change the way you think about learning. Dweck’s “Brainology” article emphasizes the mindsets of kids and how they can either be hardworking adults when they grow up or become lazy and feel the need to avoid working harder when faced with … Read more

Analysis Of The Graham Greene’s Novel "The Quiet American"

In Graham Greene’s novel, The Quiet American, Greene portrays American character and foreign policy during the 1950’s. He does so by maintaining three important themes; the insufficiency of theoretical thinking, the fear of innocence, and the difficulty of remaining neutral. Throughout the novel, Greene emphasizes “that innocence and idealism can claim as many lives as … Read more

How To Do An Assignment Cover Page

Creating the cover page for a university assignment seems, at first, like a task that the author should spend the least time on. However, it’s a false perception and, sometimes, it ruins the work without even being read. In this article we would like to introduce to you answers on most probable questions on how … 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

Unequality of the U.S. Educational System

From the perspective of students that experience the consequences of ongoing discrimination, affirmative action is needed to protect opportunities that is likely to vanish if an affirmative act does not exist, or gets re-written and becomes unequal. The U.S. educational system is one of the most unequal in the industrialized world, and students routinely receive … Read more

About Alebrijes Art Form

If you are into art, especially the Mexican forms, you might have heard about Alebrijes. It is said that all the brightly colored folk art sculptures or wood carvings from Oaxaca State in Mexico which depicts fantastical creatures are known as Alebrijes. These works of art have become extremely popular and the term has even … Read more

Tips on How to Improve Your Learning Skills

Developing Better Study Skills Many students suffer from procrastination whether it is studying for a test, doing homework, or not having enough information in their notes. It is never too late to fix these bad habits. No one has to spend hours and hours studying, but you do have to study effectively. Even though you … Read more

Accreditation vs Licensure

In the United States we use accreditation and licensure to verify that predetermined and standardized criteria are met. For any business or organization to run successful these processes must be encountered. Accreditation is a voluntary process by which a nongovernmental being grants a time-limited recognition or credentials to an organization after verifying that predetermined and … Read more

Qualitative Rigor in Research

The rejection of reliability and validity in qualitative inquiry in the 1980s has resulted in an interesting shift for “”ensuring rigor”” from the investigator’s actions during the course of the research, to the reader or consumer of qualitative inquiry. The emphasis on strategies that are implemented during the research process has been replaced by strategies … Read more

My Declaration Of Independence From Unnecessary And Gratuitous Homework

My Declaration of Independence from Unnecessary and Gratuitous Homework, The opportunities the American education system has provided to me, my peers, and my parents before me have bettered our lives immeasurably. The opinion of many officials in the system is that rigor amounts to success in a future setting, but it is crucial to consider … Read more