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    Programmes brings to fulfill the goal of “access to schooling facility” followed by educational and social access. Now, the Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) works for the Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE), while some State Governments have opened pre-primary, wing in their primary schools for providing pre-school facility under the aegis of Education Department, which are one third as compared to Anganwadi facility.[Ft Nt- Sharma, Shailendar, “Access to Education”,…

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    Networking apps: Social Networking apps like facebook, twitter could be used to share information. 4. Wireless internet(3G/4G): Mobiles that have the facility for 3G/4G internet can play a great role in mobile…

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    development if they are encouraged appropriately and adequately. Classifications of Students with Disabilities Students with disabilities and attention are classified as one form of disabilities that limits the involvement and participation of general educational programmes, academic performance, and other functions in the society. There are eight types of nature disability problems: Hearing Impaired: These are people who are deaf in one ear or both ears. In other words, they hear little or no…

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    to use technology in any classroom. Teachers who are not trained aren’t able to operate the technology they were provided with. Any teacher who operates in an educational facility or environment is anticipated to meet certain standard so they can accurately teach their students how to properly use technology in the classroom. The Educational Technology Foundation Standards is a requirement that must be…

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    “The social worker’s role, from a school perspective, entails reducing barriers which impede student learning and academic achievement. Furthermore, according to the literature understanding the school's culture, hierarchy, and how the social worker fits into their role is vital to performing efficiently.” Understanding the many functions, the school social workers must play within the school setting is imperative to implementing interventions that best meet the needs of the student, faculty,…

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    degree. Those with a doctorate may pursue employment as clinical psychologists, school or child psychologists, neuropsychologists or psychiatrists. A clinical psychologist may work in the social service agencies, clinics, hospitals, rehabilitation facilities in substance abuse or physical therapy centers that aid those emotionally who have chronic illnesses or major injuries such as those to brain or spine. They will mainly identify, diagnose, administer appropriate treatment to their patients,…

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    purposes: entertainment and communication. The authors envision all students having access and using their devices not just for personal use but for educational purposes. I would argue that ubiquitous access alone will not achieve this goal; students must be motivated to expand their personal use of devices outside the school facility to include educational purposes. This will require students to be engaged within their classrooms first, which requires - as all effective programs, plans,…

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    According to (Alridge and Rowley, 2001) Students interest in continuing education can be retained within the organization if the learning environment is standardized along with facilities being up to standard, another important contributing factor is the facilitator intellectual capacity, this must also be ensured to be at higher standard in order, it must be noted that the capacity for service quality is not limited to academic staff, but also to the service staff and administration staff…

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    Astin, A.W. (1999). Student involvement: a developmental theory for higher education. Journal of College Student Development, 40(5), 518-29 Astin (1984) proposed a developmental theory named Student Involvement Theory (SIT), which measured the amount of physical and psychological energy invested in collegiate life by students. This theory emphasized on student motivation and behaviors, contrasting the traditional pedagogy theory that focused on subject matter, learning resource, and…

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    Critically evaluate the contribution that learning styles and learning strategies could make to a students educational development on the SED Learning strategies are used by everyone to help in learning a particular thing or piece of information. They form a huge part of a students life during university. It can be questionable as to whether they can be beneficial to a students educational development. Many people feel they are helpful but some students cannot find a perfect learning strategy…

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