Early Intervention for Young Children With Disabilities

Early intervention is the element of support services that is gradually gaining recognition in both the academic and the legal field. The following paper provides an overview of the history of the development of the concept, identifies the important laws in the course of its evolution, and discusses the key...

Team Communication in the Educational Settings

Background Available scholarship demonstrates that institutions of learning can attain higher levels of effectiveness if individuals demonstrate an adequate understanding of team dynamics, identify how they can contribute their full potential to their teams, and also show sufficient understanding of the leadership culture within which teams operate (Coleman & Glover,...

Digital Citizenship Knowledge Among Teachers

Introduction Contemporary information and communication tools have transformed the world into a small village by ensuring that people are able to share their hopes, dreams, concerns and even their disappointments across geographical locations and time considerations. In the education sector, the massive use of technology in the 21st century has...

Special Needs of Students With Disabilities

Introduction The institution of education is an indispensable source of improvement within society, as it helps young people shape their new ideas and bring them into reality. It serves to help learners discover and attain their full capacities to then obtain a position warranted by their innate talent. Educational ethics...

Issues Surrounding Needs of Students With Disabilities

The essential aspects of modern-day education are based on the concepts of equity and equality. Education evolved from an elitist and segregated institution reserved only for the rich, able, and powerful, towards an inclusive and integrated model. Inclusion and the introduction of students with disabilities into public schools is a...

Online Learning vs Face-To-Face Learning

Introduction Internet and social networks have made several things easy in the world today. People meet and make a friendship without even finding an opportunity to set eyes on one another. Learning has also been made online in such a manner that students and instructors do not have to meet...

Edmundson´S “Teacher: The One Who Made the Difference”

There are such kinds of people who awaken others to new understandings and open a whole new world never known before. The book by Mark Edmundson called Teacher: The One that Made Difference is a wonderful memoir of the current professor of English at the University of Virginia. The book...

The Professional Development of Teachers

Introduction Professional development programs are imperative for teachers in order to help them get opportunities to learn important teaching practices as well as for their personal growth. It is noted that effective adult learning occurs when the learning process is founded on the principle of ownership, structure, appropriateness, collaboration, motivation...

Applications of E-Learning in Saudi Arabian Universities

Saudi Arabia in the recent past has experienced a growth in E-learning and university education, there was the recent establishment of a center for distance and E-Learning aimed at creating a resource for electronic educational material as well as a venue for members of the faculty to create e-courses. The...

Whether Students Should Attend Class or Not: Discussion

Mandatory class attendance by students is a must if institutions are to produce individuals with the required skills and expertise to be competitive in the market environment. However, there are people who posit that going to classes should be optional for students resulting in a big controversy. In my point...

English as Foreign Language: Writing Skills Development

Introduction The topic for this integrated unit of work would be in terms of imparting writing skills to particular group of English as Foreign Language (EFL) pupils. The theme would be in developing their communication (including grammar) macro skills, and vocabulary building, such that young pupils would be reasonably able...

Culture and Diversity in Education

Introduction In the face of globalization and digital knowledge and through the new technology, the world has been brought closer together and builds greater possibilities for understanding and exchanging commodities and information, but at the same time, it is making us endanger the richness and distinctiveness of our cultural identities...

An Individual’s and Family’s Responsibility in the Education of Children

Introduction “The education of children is primarily an individual and family responsibility because basic education is one of the most fundamental needs of a child” (International Save the Children Alliance 2008). The family is the first place where the child has responsible caretakers and hence it is the duty of...

No Child Left Behind Act Review

Outline The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001 has been the subject of a lot of controversy during its short existence. In spite of its great intentions that every child of school going age in the United States have to be proficient in reading proficiency and math, many...

Investigation Techniques: Research Methodology

Studies on communities can be done using two distinct styles of examination. Classifications of the criteria used are based on the type of information required. There is the qualitative system and quantitative system. The qualitative analysis uses individual know-how and understanding. It endeavors to comprehend the significance of societal happenings....

Reggio Emilia Education Philosophy and Global Citizenship

Introduction Education is a very important element for the development of the human race. Accordingly, many of the countries dedicate a bigger portion of their budget to the education sector. There are various approaches adopted by the education system to ensure that the population attains intellectual development. Since the human...

Process Essays – Writing an Outline

The development of an outline in a process essay is the most crucial ingredient of a well-written process essay. When writing a process essay, it is common to find one’s self in a situation where there is an overflow of what appears to be useful information. This generally happens in...

Process Essays – Understanding Complex Concepts

Process essay writing is a highly effective way of teaching students complex concepts and ideas by dividing them into smaller concepts. Process essays are a highly effective way of introducing students to the manner in which an operation is carried out. It allows students to acquire an understanding of the...

English as Second Language Teaching Theories and Principles

One of the most important aims of an ESL classroom is to create a learning atmosphere that distinguishes students’ various cultures in a momentous way. A student from an ESL classroom gets an opportunity to embrace and comprehend new culture while celebrating his/her existing culture. Today, studies prove that large...

Safety in Schools: Safety Issues in Schools

Safety is a state of being safe and protected from danger or harm. safety can also be defined as freedom from danger; protection from or not being exposed to the risk of harm or injury, inability to cause or result in harm, injury, or damage, and in terms of a...

Teachers’ Rights in School

Introduction Rights are moral or legal claim to have or to get something or behave in a particular way. Teachers all over the world enjoy a variety of rights pertaining to their employment. These rights include: recognition of various freedom, protection from various forms of discrimination and against unlawful dismissal....

Non-Programmed Decision Making in the Educational Process

People’s life is made out of decisions. Decisions may be difficult or easy, decisions may be planned or spontaneous, but they exist every day, every minute. Whether to take this way to school or that, whether to eat a salad or meat, and other decisions are taken by people without...

Relationship Between Counseling and Education

Counseling: Counseling can be defined as the professional advice given to a person concerning a certain problem. It is a process that enables an individual to sort out issues and come up with a decision that is affecting one’s life. It can also be defined as a skilled and principled...

Education Online Compared to Traditional Education

Education online is becoming increasingly popular these days. Many students prefer it because they find it more convenient than traditional courses; at the same time, it is considered to be no less effective. Some teachers consider it a remedy for overstretched school budgets. Others see it as another way for...

A Public Relations Specialist Career

Introduction Public relations refer to the practice whereby someone manages the flow of information between the public and an organization or a company (Grunig et al, 14). This field aims at gaining either individual or an organization positive exposure, where exposure is vital to the key stakeholders. The reason why...

Chinese, Japanese, and US Language Socialization

China Preschool In the essay firstly discuss about the use of language in china, Japan and US preschools. In china the preschools give important in language development is on articulation way, memorization and self-confidence in speaking and performing. The main characteristics of their lesson is signing and dancing. In the...

Augmentative Communication Technology

Introduction To begin with, it is necessary to emphasize that the communication process, and the innovative augmentation technologies, which are used in the education and communication practices are dependent on numerous factors and various aspects of cultural background, linguistic particularities, ethical approaches and norms of behavior, as well as active...

Education, Parent and Community Relations

Introduction Parental involvement in educational field has an integral role in assuring the better education of a student that calls for the attention of educational experts and teachers. It is common knowledge that one should treat a child by properly understanding the likes and the dislikes of the child which...

J. Gatto and B. Mellix on School Education

Introduction Education is the part of life which all people care greatly. People do all they can to receive the best education. People’s education is the main consideration of schools and teachers who work at those schools. The question is raised by some scholars, why people need schools. What profit...

Jack Had a Disability: Special Education

Besides the fact he was in the 9th grade at the age of 15 years, Jack had a disability because he never had a total concentration in class, and on many occasions, his behaviors were inappropriate like him being involved in other people’s problems and giving more attention on the...

Multicultural Education and Its Importance

Introduction Multicultural education is an area of study that aims at providing educational equality for all the students irrespective of the ethnic, racial, social and cultural groups they belong to. It further undertakes the task of creating a civic and moral community that works for the common benefit of all...

Meta-Analysis: Parent Involvement in Urban Achievement

School education constitutes an important milestone in the life of an individual. This stage commences at a tender age of five or six and continues till fifteen or seventeen.Eduactional outcome is a deciding factor of a student’s career. A success may boost confidence or a failure may retard the motivation....

The Term of Sustainable Development in Education

Introduction Sustainable development means a pattern of using the available resources to satisfy human needs while at the same time ensuring preservation of the environment. This is important because it helps in meeting human needs both in the present and in the future. This term sustainable development used in the...

The Concept of Heutagogy for 21st Century

Introduction There is a need to change from adragogy to heutagogy use in the modern world education sector. The concept of heutagogy refers to a learning process that is self directed. In this process, it is the individual students which take the initiative of determining their learning needs and formulating...

“Introduction: Ways of Reading” by Bartholomae David

The book, ‘Introduction: Ways of Reading’, affirms that reading is a “social interaction” in which the reader pays attention to the text even if nothing is being understood, due to the firm belief that “it will all make sense in the end” (Pg. 3). Giving examples of the essays from...

My Interest in Literacy Education

Introduction Up until the latter part of the 20th century, literacy simply meant the ability to be able to fully comprehend the meaning of the written word through reading. The emergence of computers and the internet as teaching and learning tools at the end of the 20th century and the...

America Skips School by Benjamin R. Barber

In his essay titled “America Skips School,” writer Benjamin R. Barber discusses the major defects in the education system in the US. He raises questions about adult literacy in America because he considers that a large number of American adults are not even literates. ”The education crisis is kind of...

Bridge Elementary School Library Assessment

Introduction Bridge Elementary School Library is considered to be an integral part of Bridge School allowing students and teachers to have access to the necessary academic sources. The principal purpose of the library is aimed at providing people with books, magazines, and records developing their intellectual, social and aesthetic skills,...

Science Fieldtrips: Positive and Negative Impact

Different learners require a mix of varied learning styles. Some have dominant and others require varying styles depending on the prevailing conditions (learning styles, 2003, Para 1). Kinesthetic learners in most cases learn through action. Field trip visits to places for many years have been used as a mode of...