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  • Essay on Furry Fandom

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    “Consisting of or resembling fur (wikifur.org, “Furry”).” These objects are the well-known focus of a caste of the geek sub-culture known as the furry fandom. The furry fandom’s members will typically call themselves “furries”. There are variations on this idea; the two primary variations are “scalies” and “avians” interested in scaled and feathered creatures respectively. “[The] furry fandom is a fandom for fictional anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and characteristics

  • Has Nontraditional Training Worked for Women? Essay

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    Has Nontraditional Training Worked for Women? The Best of Intentions... In the 1970s, the imbalance in gender distribution across occupations came to be recognized as a socioeconomic problem, and federal legislation aimed at education, training, and employment began to address the issue over the next 2 decades. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Executive Order 11246 in 1978 prohibited discrimination by schools and contractors receiving federal funds. The Carl D. Perkins Vocational

  • Is College Degree Necessary Or Not?

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    for a college degree unless one really believes the degree would be of any value to an individual. There 's a lot of investment involved in education these days and it is undoubtedly a big decision for the parents to send their child to college for further education. There are a lot of questions to be answered before determining whether one wants to pursue college or not, such as - Why do you want to pursue college education? Is it only because everyone else goes to college? Is it because that 's where

  • The First Law Passed By The Massachusetts Bay Colony

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    1. PAST LEGISLATION In the mid 1600’s, the first law passed by the Massachusetts Bay Colony mandated that children start learning the fundamental of education; learn basic reading and writing by reading the bible and the town’s laws. It was believed that for the success and evolution of the world and specifically their colony, children needed to be educated and knowledgeable. Furthermore, to strengthen the educational foundation that was forming and with some resistance from parents, a law was passed

  • Essay about Curriculum design & Inclusive Practices

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    References Neary, M. (2002) ‘Curriculum studies in Post Compulsory and Adult Education’. Nelson Thornes Yvonne Hillier. (2005) reflective teaching in further and adult education. 2nd edition London: Continuum Armitage, A., Bryant, B., Dunnill, R,. Hammersley, M., Hayes, D., Hudson, A., Shirley, L., (1999). Teaching and training in Post-Compulsory Education Buckingham: Open University Press Websites

  • Analysis Of Preparing For A Career By Derek Bok

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    In “Preparing for a Career”, Derek Bok, president of Harvard Law School and author, argues how universities, more specifically liberal arts colleges, should include training for a certain occupation with regular college classes to better prepare a student for the real world after college. Considering that Bok has earned his degrees at some of the most well-known universities like Stanford University and Harvard, he has a better understanding at what students are missing and what they need to be successful

  • The Film Analysis Of The Movie Mementos

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    style of storytelling simply does not function . To begin the story it started off with the death of who would later become a main character when it shows him in a scene later on it sends the viewer into confusion most would probably assume their version of the movie is messed up. This initial confusion with nothing to address it but a black and white short already causes disinterest in the movie.then as you begin to understand things the movie makes you feel as though you are watching the same thing

  • A Morbid Taste For Bones

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    This raises the readers’ regard for the protagonist and beckons them into further reading. In A Morbid Taste for Bones, by Ellis Peters, a sudden death, the body of the murdered Rhisiart lying alone in a forest through the dash of rain and the heat of day, slaps the readers in the face and leaves them livid with the injustice and

  • Summarise the Roles and Responsibilities of National and Local Goverment for Education Policy and Practice

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    JANET MACDONALD CACHE LEVEL 3 SUPPORTING TEACHING AND LEARNING TDA 3.2 6.1 6.2 6.3 Summarise the roles and responsibilities of national and local government for education policy and practice National government are responsible for devising policies and ensuring that they are implemented. The UK government is split into two departments that deal with education in England. The first is the Department for Education who work with children aged up to 19, with any issues they may have from child protection

  • Wider Professional Practice Essay

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    Task 1 Wider Professional Practice We were selected to deliver a learning activity on the concept of Professionalism in the LLS. Tasked to investigate the meaning of professionalism, using the perspective of organisations such as the Lifelong Learning UK (LLUK), the training and Development Agency (TDA), Institute of Learning (IfL) and also considering the broader context of business. In order to broaden the scope of research the group were allocated specific tasks. We gathered the