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  • The Importance Of Student Attitude Research

    However, this article did not identify any other significant finding within the first cohort. The second cohort two student that had previously conducted a postgraduate course show a significant difference in their attitude towards research. However, there are limitations on this study. The sample size used was small, and when gathering the second part of the ATR scale data some students did not attend. Additionally, this study also included participants that left out some questions on the ATR scale questionnaire. This may have impacted the fining of the study and over represented sentence sub-question on the questionnaire. The study conducted by Shaukat, et al (2014) was conducted using undergraduates, postgraduates and PhD students as participants. This study identifies that: male students had a positive attitude in comparison to females; in relation to age students over forty have displayed a more positive approach towards research; and finally PhD students showed a more positive attitude towards research; and student that are in private education institutions have the highest positive attitude towards research. However, in ‘reference to life’ (Shaukat, et al, 2014 p117) Masters student had the heights positive…

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  • Compare And Contrast Manchester And Indiana State University

    Each university offers different types of housing. Indiana State offers eleven different campus and residence halls for students staying on campus (Indiana State University). However, University of Manchester offers more, with 23 available residence halls available on campus (University of Manchester). But, there are also differences on how students can be grouped in each hall. At Indiana State, students can be grouped by major, or put in coed, men’s, women’s, or fraternity/sorority housing…

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  • The Importance Of Current Authority To Practice As A Registered Nurse

    I understand that the ongoing training and education of staff is vital in the maintenance and improvement of both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. I have the ability to support the learning needs of others and the capability to instruct via several different learning styles. I have a thorough understanding that adult learning involves multiple forms including written work, supervision, the direct observation of clinical procedures, verbal communication or the use of group learning…

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  • SWOT Analysis: Personal Strengths And Weaknesses

    Personal Strengths and Weaknesses I 'm currently a post graduate student of International Logistics and Supply chain. My previous education qualifications also have a logistics background, as my undergraduate studies was on Logistics and Operations Management. Further more, I 'm a strategic level CIMA student which gives me a thorough understanding of finance and management accounting too. Add to these qualifications are my one year 's work as a professional digital marketer – which has gained…

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  • Latino In Education Essay

    graduate school. Many undergrads believe they are done with education once they are four years are done and they have received their bachelor’s degree. Even though the economy is on the rise in unemployment rates have lowered nationally, attending graduate school will help stabilize these income securities definitely throughout history. With higher levels of education, higher-level jobs and increased income become available. Furthermore, graduate students become more and interconnected with…

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  • Master Of Social Work

    The closer I get to graduation, there has many thoughts going through my mind. I have thought about taking a vacation and focusing on raising my daughter. By the time I graduate, my daughter will be one-year-old and I would love to be able to be a stay at home mother. If I decide to spend as much time as I can with my daughter, I plan on having a part time job in order to have a foot in the door once I decide to become full time. Another thought that I have been considering is continuing my…

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  • Reflection On Play Therapy

    Considering my excitement about learning more about the techniques of play therapy, I was really pleased with reading the article Preparing to Play: A Qualitative Study of Graduate Students’ Reflections on Learning Play Therapy in n Elementary School. It is always nice to hear input and experiences from students on the same journey that I am on currently. Prior to reading this article, I remember times in my undergraduate career where we would go and volunteer at places like local schools, and…

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  • Process Essay About Going To College

    Coming to college and choosing what you want to do for the rest of your life is very scary, but it is really rewarding and uplifting when you finally decide what you want to do. It is important to consider several factors while choosing what you would like to do. However, there are several other aspects that go into your college experience as well that would be helpful to think about including choosing a career, achieving success, undergraduate preparation, professional programs, and adjusting…

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  • Geology Personal Statement

    I began college with an idea that I enjoyed the physical and social sciences. After taking archaeology and geology, I fell in love with both and learned that I could combine the two disciplines in a variety of careers. Geology has such a wide range of topics and career concentrations and this drew me to the profession. Geoarchaeology has been my focus over the past few years, but my interests have extended to soil health and geological disaster mitigation. Before any of this can be studied, one…

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  • Mcnair Personal Statement

    During my sophomore year as an undergraduate at the University of South Carolina, I was accepted into the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program. I do not exaggerate when I say that this program changed the entire course of my life: helping me to fully understand my interests, altering my professional goals, and providing me with a viable path for my passions. As a first generation student, I had very little knowledge about how to navigate the sphere of undergraduate education…

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