Grant Proposal: Computer Science for Everyone

Abstract The grant proposal describes the “Computer Science for Everyone” program at Granby Elementary. The needs assessment revealed that Granby Elementary School in Norfolk, Virginia has an insufficient level of knowledge about computer science among students due to the lack of computers and training among teachers. Even though the benefits...

Problem of Weapons in Schools

Introduction Children are a crucial link between current generations and posterity. For this reason, all societies across the world value them. Severe punitive measures against individuals who interfere with the well-being of children are part of almost every constitution across the world. As a result, institutions such as schools have,...

English Language Arts: Philosophy and Ideology

Philosophy and Ideology The program at hand is aimed to develop successful, creative, informed, and active individuals having profound knowledge and advanced skills in English Language Arts. Consequently, reaching consistency between schools’ needs, ideology, and philosophy has to be prioritized by an educator. It is widely known that attaining to...

Leadership Style, Change, and School Culture

Introduction The right approach to leadership is core to bringing organizational change to success and creating a favorable school culture. As stated by DiMartino and Miles (2006), good leaders always strive to empower their subordinates and colleagues, as well as to find and utilize a plethora of ways to engage...

Ethical Issues and Needs of Students With Disabilities

Introduction The institution of education is the foundational cornerstone of our society. Education is a conscious effort to improve oneself, and the school remains the primary shaping force for the learners to develop their full potential (Sudarsana, 2016). Educational ethics constitute a framework of standards for judging conduct and ensuring...

Impact of Career Academies on Students Learning

Discussion Maxwell and Rubin studies suggest that the ability of career academies to increase knowledge and skills in high schools is not uniform across environments (Maxwell, 2000). They argue that, since improved skills is the key to better high school graduation rates and greater articulation to postsecondary education, situations under...

Education Theories and Learning Aspects

Learning Theories and Pedagogy Related to the Development and Delivery of a Capstone Course and Assessment Tools Schools and learning institutions have mechanisms to establish whether students have achieved goals intended in the learning process through use of the capstone course. It has been expressed that an effective capstone course...

Educational Leadership Training Programs

Introduction The education everywhere recognizes the new technological, social and economical changes effected in the modern societies. Measures have already been successfully implemented to bring the educational policies and leadership to come out and perform up to the expectations of the fast changing phase of the most modern society. Educational...

Brain Compatible Learning Environments

This study will take a look and define what can be termed as an apt Brain learning environment as opposed to the traditional teacher-centered method. This model doesn’t just hammer information into the student bet it takes a critical look at how the brain takes processes and interprets information (Sousa,...

Quantative Assessment as a Grading Method

Introduction The system of educational appraisal is a method to encourage students to learn more and get more positive assessment. Every country has a specific system of education as well as an individual system of appraisal. Different approaches can be learned and discussed, conferences on education and the latest trends...

Reflective Teaching, Its Main Aspects and Popularity

Introduction The craft of a teacher is implied in many-faceted assortment of innovative instrumentation. By letting students go through the difficulties of the education a teacher should provide sufficient and effective tools to make it faster. In fact, I have doubts that just cramming EFL students with new bits of...

Parental Intervention and Low Academic Outcome Among Children

Recent statistics confirm that Latinos have become the “largest non-dominant group” in the United States of America, with a population of nearly 38.8 million people (U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2002). However, in spite of increasing in demographic numbers, Latinos are substantially lagging in the area of academics and education...

How Early Intervention in Reading Affects the Success of a Child

The foundation that a child receives when he or she is still young is the determining factor of his success. Parents and guardians who realize this importance at an early stage and start investing in their children’s education will face minimal problems. Children have different abilities to learn and remember...

The Financial Crisis in Higher Education

The sphere of higher education in the United States is at its problematic point as of the effects of the economic crisis. This theme gave birth to discussion of all pros and cons maintained and evaluated according to changes in financial support and their reflection (positive or negative) on the...

Preparing Teens to Face Future Challenges

Introduction Adolescents face many challenges in this particularly sensitive stage in their lives. They are fraught with so many issues that affect their thinking, choices and behaviors. Adolescence is a very trying time. It is when an individual struggles to establish his own identity in the face of changes and...

No Child Left Behind Act Overview

Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) was introduced by the U.S. Congress in December 2001. In spite of the benefits and advantages expected by children, schools, and the local educational institutions, NCLB becomes a real problem for modern society and children, lower educational achievements and progress of students. The first proposal...

Elements and Functions of an Effective Information System in Education

Introduction An efficient information system is inevitable in schools for effective and resourceful learning. The very foundation of the administration of schools depends on the information system available there. An effective information system keeps the students as well as the management updated. It can also meet the administrative and the...

Importance of Selecting Appropriate Programs for Learners at Different Levels

Curriculum Alignment Curriculum in a formal perspective entails a plan defining all learning activities to be exercised for the optimal realization of set objectives and goals of an educational program or system. These activities involve learning methods, teaching methods, content to be covered, evaluation and assessment methods to be used...

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity

Alpha Phi Alpha Background The Alpha phi Alpha fraternity was structured by seven students at Cornell University who were undergraduates on fourth December in the year 1906. This was the initial fraternity that was intercollegiate among men who were African American. The motto of the fraternity was “First of All,...

Government Encourage Student With University Fees

Introduction If we review existing literature on the issues of students’ behavior toward paying university fees, settling into university life with different patterns of living and dwelling, and moving about their studies, we find a bulk of literature that talks about critical areas like issues in students debts habits, governmental...

Distance-Learning Model for Pre-Service Music Teachers

Aim of the research This research proposal aims to present a unique “distance learning environment” for pre-service music teachers who currently, don’t have time/resources to attend a full-time university course. Indeed, the overwhelming popularity of distance/online learning modules necessitates the usage of innovative methods/technologies which would enhance the learning experience...

The Learning Environment: Involved Factors

Learning environment research has revealed a close connection between the environment one learns in and one’s ability to learn. According to the Statutory Framework for the EYFS, “A rich and varied environment supports children’s learning and development. It gives them the confidence to explore and learn in secure and safe,...

A Quick Peek Into the CEC: Ethics for the Gifted

Ethical behavior is essential to any learning environment. Educators are trusted with not only students’ education, but their emotional wellbeing. As such, educators must develop and maintain codes of ethics. Given the nature of students with special needs, this code becomes all the more applicable. The Council for Exceptional Children...

Home vs. Public School Education

Introduction Education is a vital phenomenon for every person in the modern society. It is a great need and an integral right of every human being to get education and use for the building of his or her own career and further life. However, the recent research shows that more...

Star Test Exercise, Application of Star Test

Exercise Paragraph 1 The two sentences highlighted in yellow could both be the main claim. However, the sentence highlighted in green could just as easily be the main claim. Sentence two and the last sentence are untrue. Therefore, I would choose sentence one, because it might be true, although there...

Early Childhood: A Curriculum for the Under Threes

Introduction Various stages of life are associated with education and have traditionally been the period between the age of pre-unit class up to the age one attains a doctor of philosophy award. The various curriculum has been developed to ensure the correct learning process of the correct material at the...

STAR Exercise for Claims Analysis

Claim (topic sentence): The topic sentence is the last sentence in the example. It asserts: Many people, especially retirees, don’t have the know-how, or the resources to use the internet. It is the topic sentence because it encompasses the claims previously made. Sufficiency: In the first sentences of the paragraph,...

Awareness Change and Sharing

‘Completing this course’ was chosen as a target behavior in this question in the view of increasing its parameters for achieving better educational and professional results. The procedure of increase is premised on several stages –setting the goal of behavior increase, the level of necessary increase, and conditions under which...

Education Fairness for Disabilities and Special Education

There has been historical discrimination against disabled children in the normal education programs, which has been partially eliminated by the increase in the fight for the rights of disabled people. A fair education system is that which avails the possibility of each person making their choice according to their talents,...

Kings School of English Review

King’s School of English was founded more than 50 years ago way back in 1957. The institution since its establishment has seen thousands of international students pass through its gates and leave the institution satisfied in terms of the quality of education offered. Although the institution offers various courses to...

How to Apply Teacher Professional Standards in the Teacher Training Field

Introduction During my work on the assignment on Teacher Professional Standards and Reflective Practice, I have learned how important teacher professional standards and reflective practices for teaching are. I have learned what should be done to effectively use these issues. Now it is time to realize how I can apply...