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    Continuing Education

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    Importance of Continuing Education Chapter 8, Professional Competence and Training, discusses the importance of continuing education in the helping profession. In my opinion, the engagement of professionals in ongoing education is critically important in the field of psychology because it is essential that professionals stay current and in compliance with the changes in laws and regulations, and advancements. Over time, new trends of effective procedures occur as well as changes in laws and…

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    Purpose Of Education

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    Education today, in my opinion, is not doing what it should be doing to ensure that America is actually living up to what it is known for...the land of opportunities. I believe that education should be about an empowering experience that helps students discover their passions, fosters their critical thinking skills, promotes an environment that accepts diversity, and encourages students to apply to skills to the outside world. This should be he purpose of American public schooling because it…

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    Placement In Education

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    truth, especially in our educational system is extremely critical. In present day, our children are required to learn on a different level based on completely different standards than their parents. With each generation, changes are made to the education system, this is nothing new. However, parental involvement including positive influence in our children’s lives should be a very strong presence especially when considering the textbooks and materials the children are required to read and…

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    Education In Michigan

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    the meeting of the minds takes place inside of buildings, rooms, convening in groups and education becomes the forefront of conversation. Education is a very important topic to explore and expand new horizons among the masses. Education was a matter of concern to the new state government. Americans knew education was important and there was a need for public school systems. Colonists were interested in education almost more than living. They found enjoyment in learning how to read. These early…

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    Patient Education

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    Introduction Being an effective teacher in the nursing profession can make a significant impact on future nurses. So much so that it can encourage or discourage students to continue with their ongoing education and their desire to seek other avenues for learning. As nurses offer their knowledge and education to clients, care givers, families, staff, ancillary departments, and the community, they make an impression on how to care for others that is not easily forgotten by those that witness the…

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    Cellphones In Education

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    Can students and teachers use cell phones as educational purposes during school? Many schools do not allow cell phones because students, sometimes teachers, use their phones as something other than educational purposes. Cell phones have been around a long time, but just recently the students and teachers have been using smart phones in educational purposes. Fifty eight percent of Americans, thirteen to seventeen years old, own a smartphone and many of these Americans use their phones for their…

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    Memorization Of Education

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    for this is as such; here is a list of all our U.S presidents thus far." Memorization after memorization. Paulo Freire expresses his view about our current education system in his essay, "The 'Banking ' Concept of Education", and points out its many flaws. He classifies the education system to be that of a "banking" system. Banking education refers to the learners being mere containers or vessels waiting to obediently be oppressively "filled" or "deposited" with information by their educators,…

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    Diversity Of Education

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    importantly, are diverse. Students are the base of our education system, and build the future of the country. In other words, education is significant in the United States and that is very apparent. Instructors, politicians, and even the president himself stress the importance of education. Education is vital for the growth of the student and ultimately, the growth of the country. Every student has a different perspective in regards to education,…

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    Privatization Of Education

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    Citation: Kenneth Saltman, "Democratic Education Requires Rejecting the New Corporate Two-Tiered School System" Central Thesis: The key claims the author makes in this article are that schools who educate higher-income families tend to get more public funding, which results in better resources and teachers for the students, while many middle-income and poor families only have schools that are being privatized by corporations. Saltman discusses how this situation is just making the higher…

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    Allegory In Education

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    Education Power is productive it is a means of producing the truth and it cannot be conceived of as separate from knowledge (Braham & Janes, 2002). It is well documented that education is power and if one is educated chances of progressing up the income hierarchy are higher there by over coming the income inequality. Thus to come back to our societies reflected in medium, the apartheid and the Jim Crow systems forced blacks to attend different schools from the whites. The black schools were…

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