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    the Three Key Concepts of learning in "Me and my computer": Emotional factors in online learning” by Reilly, J. R., Gallagher-Lepak, S., & Killion, C. The article by Reilly et al (2102) defines three concepts of learning that are involved with educational environments that involve computer technology and a virtual online classroom interaction for nurses. The first of these methods of learning involve the examination of “affective learning” as a major concept in the motive ways in which…

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    Reporting and Responding For my Community/Educational Links Program I spent my twenty hours working at a primary school, helping out in a pre-primary class. The focus of my twenty hours was mainly spent with two of the boys in the class. One of the boys was on the Autism Spectrum (Bob*), and the other (Tom*) had high needs, with symptoms of ADHD. I also worked with the other children in the class to help them understand the importance of inclusiveness. (*Children’s names have been changed to…

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    brightest are being victimized by loft goals created by the no child left behind act and other generic methods to educate. This tragedy to education is causing our nation’s brightest to perform poorly against their peers across the globe. Our nation’s educational systems seem to neglect students who have the ability to retain information at a more rapid rate than that of the average student. There is a fear of ideology that permits our nations understanding of the role of the school system in a…

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    The implementation of educational technological systems by educators depends on the level of student demand, but its adoption would depend on factors such as current systems in place, existing culture and particularly the faculty’s ability. A lack of understanding about technology…

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    curricula. Many factors lead to this inequality in the education system, however it is highly influenced by funding and high stakes testing given to these students. One huge socio-economic inequality that is found in public education today are the facilities themselves. The schools depicted in Kozol’s The Shame of the Nation are astonishingly deprived of the most basic resources needed to provide a good education for students. Specifically, Kozol mentions the school which he taught at in…

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    Introduction: Thesis statement The gifted educational system has it been forgotten or is it just not important to educate students who excel cognitively at its most optimum efficiency. Given the opportunity, the educational system should fund an enhanced curriculum for gifted children or continue a general curriculum for all students. Key Points Some may believe that gifted students should be handled with the utter most care. Because they are our nation’s top students and most gifted minds and…

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    learn."2 The educational institutions are responsible for imparting & disseminating knowledge, moulding young minds, and preparing them for the diverse walks of life. What then must be the goal of the educational system? Obviously it is to fulfil its role in a manner that the individual, the society, the nation and the world benefits at large and progresses forward. But, they are far from marching towards this goal of moulding students with unclouded vision and noble motives; the educational…

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    other society is made up of individuals with and without one form of disabilities or the other. Those with disabilities ranges from average physical, sociopsychological and mental behaviours and as a result cannot properly benefit from the regular educational program. Hence, educating students with disabilities in Nigeria comes with some enormous challenges. Thus, this paper takes a look at the challenges confronting education of students with disabilities. The paper first discusses the concept…

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    valuable asset to the society for they are to be the future leaders in different walks of life. They are to play an important role in the building of the nation. the development of the whole society will, to a large extent, depend upon the type of facilities and the quality of education that are made…

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    Temple Grandin is an expert on animal behavior who designed human handling systems for half the cattle-processing facilities in the US, and consults with the meat industry to develop animal welfare guidelines. She was rewarded in 2004 by PETA. Time Magazine listed her as one of its most important people of the year due to her achievements of decreasing the amount of fear and pain that animals experience in their final hours. Grandin created a ted talk to spread autism awareness. In her ted…

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