Peripatetic school

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  • Aristotle's Legacy Essay

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    widely known philosopher in the Ancient Greek world born in Macedonia in the year 384 B.C. Not only did he take part in philosophy, but he also contributed poetics, political science, and biology. All of these subjects were taught at his school, the Peripatetic School of

  • Schools as Organisations

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    Schools as organisations Introduction This unit aims to prepare the learner for working in a school. It covers key aspects of schools as organisations. This includes the structure of the education system, the roles and responsibilities of key members of the school team and the purpose of school ethos, mission statement and aims and values. Learners will also understand the reasons for the key legislation, policies and procedures which are followed in schools and how schools operate within a

  • Education and America

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    Are Teachers Responsible? In his article “Kenneth Cole Gets Schooled” David Sirota writes, “Taking an honest look at America’s education system brings up queries about why other less economically stratified nations have unionized teachers and far better academic results than here in America (761)” Students in other countries such as Korea, Finland, Japan, the Netherlands, and Canada have far better academic results than those in America, yet the teachers are not the one who need to be accepting

  • Tracer Study

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    A seminal study recently commissioned by a government Committee of Teacher Education Policy (COTEP), the so-called National Teacher Education Audit (henceforth referred to as the Audit), reported that there is an over-supply of teachers in some school subjects (e.g. Biblical Studies) and an under-supply in other subjects (e.g. Science and Mathematics). These findings seem to corroborate widespread news reports that new teachers are not finding employment. The apparent contradiction between supply

  • The Importance Education Has on Life Essay

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    tolerate other races and are not willing to tolerate other races. Mrs. Gruwell intended to teach her students how to tolerate and accept different races She taught them that appearance does not make one person better than the other person. High school students are caught up in the popularity hype. In the movie, the way to gain popularity and respect is to fight people from other races. They think that they gain a lot from beating someone up. Unfortunately, not many people will stand up for what

  • Essay about Why I've Decided to Go to College

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    on the other hand there are many reasons why I should go to school; such as further my education, make my family proud, and make myself proud. I am attending college for several different reasons. One reason is to further my education. I hate feeling like I don’t know something, I like being the person everyone comes to for information. Also, because I want to

  • Education in Finland

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    The Finnish school system has been intentionally developed towards the comprehensive model which guarantees equal educational opportunities to everyone irrespective of domicile, gender, financial situation or linguistic and cultural background (section 25 Basic Education Act, herein BEA). With this objective in mind, accessibility of education is ensured throughout the country. Finland does not have segregated educational services for different genders, i.e. no girls’ and boys’ schools. Basic education

  • Similarities and Differences Betweeen Evidence Based Practice and Reflective Practice

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    legislation. An example of this is the National Curriculum. It was introduced to establish a consistent approach to the teaching of all children, in maintained schools. It gives guidance on what should be taught for particular age groups and a set of level descriptors are also included to assess children by. Other practices are developed, within a school context, to address particular areas in need of improvement. Evidence Based Practice (EBP) and Reflective Practice are two methods, used by teachers, to

  • Seating Structure Design and Active Classroom Participation of College Students

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    Seating Structure Design and Active Classroom Participation of College Students Mildred S. Ruedas Most settings of classrooms we see in the Philippines or observed even in our own schools and universities are almost similar with each other. Specifically concerning the seating style. Very few from our teachers or professors are changing the style of the seats like instead of using the Row Style in teaching, change it to Semi-circle style. The

  • TDA 2.8: Support children and young people’s Health and Safety. 1.2

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    of an employee to work more than 7days. Any injury that results in a person being admitted to hospital for more than 24 hours. 208.1.2. Continued (b) The regulations relate to any employee or other person within the school or engaged upon an activity arranged by the school for example: Pupils Visitors Volunteers Contractors Agency workers Work experience Service user The Corporate Accident Reporting System (CARS) form must be used. Under the requirements of the regulations, when someone dies

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