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Article Analysis: The Educated Student: Global Citizen or Global Consumer by Benjamin Barber - ... The importance of knowledge of government was not underestimated. He described the tuning point in education as the industrial revolution. Barber says “We have watch this commercialization and privatization, a distortion of the education mission and its content, going to the heart of our schools themselves.” (417). He is arguing that devices and television programs have become diluted with advertisements and that, with programs like Channel One, they have begun to affect education in schools....   [tags: knowledgeable, educated and wise] 1368 words
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To Become Educated is a State of Mind - A simple and easy question is proposed: “What it means to be an educated person?” This sounds rather strait forward, and most people when asked if they’re educated, the answer would probably be an immediate “yes”. When ask “what it means to be educated. Or “how did you become educated?” The answer might not come so easily. Right from the start, education is thought to be as a process of learning; one might instantly think of school or college but other knowledge obtained outside of school would then become put into question....   [tags: hands-on learning, schooling]
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What It Takes to Be Financially Educated - “Doing what successful people do is easy”, these are the words of Robert Kiyosaki in exacting the difference between being wealthy and doing wealthy (Kiyosaki, 2013). Others seek out for money as they see it as important in life. While it is important, seeking for money alone is not enough. Kiyosaki (2008) ignored money, gold, mutual funds and other assets that would make up for ordinary riches instead the focus were on knowledge, information, and wisdom. To Kiyosaki (2013, 2008), it is financial intelligence that would make up wealth....   [tags: financial intelligence among students] 654 words
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Why Children Should Be Educated? - Children Should Be Educated Education is the most powerful weapon which we can use to change the world. Educating is when someone is train or instructed to improve their mind or character. Additionally education is essential for every one in which we can enlarge our knowledge over the world. Children have the right to be educated, educating children give them opportunity to have better future and also educating children help to reduce crimes. Therefore for this reasons I agree that children should be educated to benefit themselves, families and nation as a whole....   [tags: powerful weapon, rights] 521 words
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Society Needs Educated Citizens - “If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest." (thinkexist.com) In my opinion, Benjamin Franklin was the one to say it best. As he once stated, education is not an outdated creation. In fact, it has been proven that educating yourself can stop many diseases, like Alzheimer's, from infecting your body earlier in life. Our nation needs educated children so we will have the necessary advancement our society needs to thrive....   [tags: mandatory education policies] 699 words
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Fear of Educated Women - ... (Do Muslim Women Really Need Saving?) If a woman is able to think for themselves what kind of atrocities will they come up with, polluting a society with emotions, ignorance, stab men with their books and minds. The craving for male dominance and power over women is a worldwide and longstanding issue. This dominance manifests itself in many ways around the world, difference in pay for the same work, legal disparities, discrimination, separate expectations, and in rape and other physical and direct violence....   [tags: Terrorism, Male-Controlled Scoiety] 705 words
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What Does It Mean to Be Well Educated? - To opinionate or to be opinionated as defined by Webster means to have an unduly adhering to one's own opinion or to preconceived notions. In “laymen’s terms“ basically it is to strongly stick to one’s own point of view. If education is so vast than how can someone be “well” at it. ~Kohn reveals that his wife who is a physician is hesitant at times reciting multiplication. This does not mean she is uneducated when indeed she may be responsible for saving someone’s life. Yet because she cannot teach a math class or write the President’s inauguration speech it portrays as if she is not “erudite” Contrarily speaking does the fact that she is a Physician depicts as her being smarter than someo...   [tags: Sociology ] 807 words
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Can You Be Educated From a Distance? - The efficiency of online learning versus face-to-face instruction is a growing controversial topic. In his article, “Can You Be Educated from a distance?”, James Barszcz weighs the benefits and disadvantages of online education. In his essay, he discusses the fundamentals and overall quality of distance education, as well as the rationale behind the growing trend. He argues that observation of teachers and social aspects of traditional learning are important for true education, rather than simply obtaining information....   [tags: online learning, distance education, classrooms] 664 words
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The Rich Get More Educated and Richer - Education is a major component in an individual’s future success in today’s society. The traditional model that we are taught to follow is to achieve good grades in High School so that we are able to get accepted to a good college in order to obtain a good high paying job. However, if the major building blocks of our education are somehow hindered by sociological influences, it would be correct to assume that our future success would also be affected. An example of a situation in which sociological aspects impact that education system can be found right here in the city of Lowell....   [tags: Value of Better Education]
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Educated Civilization Develops Our Society - Education is the key symbol of one society, representing civilization and creation. High education is a transition of transforming a normal person to be more talented in order to create, to save, and more importantly, to contribute our society. University is the place giving me a chance to fulfill our dreams no matter what you want to be in the future. Among all these, we are lucky that we are here attending college. At the mean time, many of other students in our society are eager for schools. After I read the article, How to Help College Students Graduate....   [tags: College, Schooling] 958 words
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Getting Educated About HIV/AIDS - Getting Educated About HIV/AIDS Millions of people in the world have HIV/AIDS. My whole life I've been told about the virus/syndrome from my parents and from many public service advertisements in magazines and television. Recently, my neighbor died of having AIDS because he refused to accept that he had the syndrome. Consequently, he did not receive treatment and therefore passed away. I chose this topic because it is important to actually understand the origin and history of HIV/AIDS, how to prevent from having HIV/AIDS, and why the HIV/AIDS virus is so stigmatized in the black community....   [tags: infection prevention]
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Toward an Ethics for Being Educated - Toward an Ethics for Being Educated ABSTRACT: The regulative ideal of being educated is construed through features associated with the conduct and aspirations of faculty in higher education. These features include autonomy of mind and its presuppositions in self-knowledge and ability to inquire. These features as well cover having the identity of an educated person, implying evaluation of the products of the mind in logic and language, motivation to maintain an education, and the deep convictions and attitudes characteristic of the academic, humanist, and scientist....   [tags: Education Learning Essays] 2990 words
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The Perfect Teacher and Educated Man - When we were posed with the question "What does an 'Educated Person' look like?" I was at a loss. But as I went through my notes I realized how many phenomenal philosophers have played a part in developing the basis for education in this country. I realized also that I could not answer the question stated above with a singular philosopher's name. However, I do agree with definite points of individual philosophers and have decided to create my own portrait of what an educated man (or woman) would 'look' like....   [tags: Education Portrait Educating Essays] 947 words
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Why Be An Educated Person - Why be an educated person. The term ‘education’ can mean many things. An education is the collective knowledge a person has, but what does an education mean. Although an education can be paid for, no one can physically give you an education, so it is not a gift. There are societal situations where an education is a necessity, but not many globally. Education is a tool to be utilized differently in every part of the world. Knowledge is power, but some knowledge is more powerful depending on your region....   [tags: essays research papers] 821 words
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Canada and Singapur Among the Worlds Most Educated Countries - This paper will demonstrate that, although Canada and Singapore are ranked among the worlds most educated countries, that both do not utilize the same educational structure and both encompass two different approaches in teaching. Canada the land of the free, seen world-wide as that country “up there”, referring to country based in the north where it is cold 365 days of the year. Where all Canadians live in igloo's and ride to work not in an automobile, however, on a polar bear. Many stereotypes of Canada can be placed under the term “rhetoric reality gap” where what they are saying really doesn't fit the reality of what Canada really is....   [tags: canada, educational system, teaching]
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American Schools: Over Crowed and Under Educated - Over Crowed and Under Educated Visualize a school constructed to accommodate only eight hundred middle school students packed with over four thousand. At South Gate Middle School in Las Angeles, CA this is reality, and the results are shocking. Various students do not have textbooks, or even a desk to sit at, plus with class sizes in the fifties learning is particularly difficult(California). This struggle is one that these students cope with every day and it must change if these children are expected to be taught....   [tags: U.S. Schools, Education] 1060 words
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Defining "Well-Educated" - After analyzing Alfie Kohn’s article; “What Does It Mean to Be Well-Educated?” I found this article very interesting. Society has often labeled many as well-educated and uneducated. Who gives Society the right to define who we are. According to the Free Dictionary, it gives one meaning of well-educated as “Possessing an education having more than average knowledge.”2. How can we define being educated verses’ being well-educated. Kohn insists “The Point of Schooling: Rather than attempting to define what it means to be well-educated, should we instead be asking about the purposes of education?” 1....   [tags: Social Studies]
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Correlation Between Highly Educated Parents and Students Who Perform Well in School - Education is the fallback answer to establishing equality - of liberty, of freedom, of rights, of capabilities, of opportunity, of whatever - among economic justice theorists. Our education plays a significant, if not determinative, role in how productive we will be as adults, how well we will be able to function in work settings, and how we present ourselves to future employers, making it an essential tool for any cooperative economy; society as an overtly social conceptualization of humanity will always appreciate the value of effectively indoctrinating its participants in its modus operandi....   [tags: Education] 1392 words
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Individuals Educated in Biology or Who Are Health Conscious Are Opposed to the Genetic Modification of Foods - ... What are the reasons behind educated people being against GM. Although I did not have a set question that linked to this, It was something that was extremely interesting to me when investigating this topic. Through the questions that I did ask, I managed to deduce why I think the majority of people form opinions that are against GM products. I think that people who are ‘educated’ and who have learnt about GM in school or at university are provided with very limited, simplified knowledge relating to the subject are only taught the negative aspects of this technology....   [tags: GMOs, dangers to health]
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The Educated Imagination, by Northrop Frye, Bird by Bird, by Anne Lamott, and The Republic, by Plato - Can you imagine a world where literature did not exist. It’s very hard, nearly impossible. Literature plays a major role in shaping society. Literature is a word used to describe written or spoken material. Literature educates, informs, entertains and influences the reader or listener in a myriad of profound ways. Broadly speaking, “literature” is used to describe anything from creative writing to more technical or scientific works, but the term is most commonly used to refer to works of the creative imagination....   [tags: Literature's Influence on Society] 1192 words
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Male and Female High School Students Should be Educated in Separate Schools - A debate has centered recently on the argument of whether strategy for students at high school should be applied to obtain a successful education system, with a voice calling for providing the appropriate environment of education for both gender-students that assists them to concentrate better on their studies and eliminate all aspects of disruptions. Fulfilling such strategies would improve the quality of education at high schools and raise the range of obtaining high marks. However, should boys and girls be educated separately at high school in order to have higher marks....   [tags: education, argumentative, persuasive] 1355 words
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Satires of Education in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain - ... Mark Twain starts the beginning of the novel by satirizing huck’s education with humor (Nyirubugara).“I had been to school most all the time, and could spell, and read, and write just a little, and could say the multiplication table up to six times seven is thirty-five…” (Twain 15). I found this quote funny and at the same time a little sad because, he seems so confident about this statement, but the fact that I know that it is incorrect math makes me feel a little bad for Huck. At the beginning of the novel, Tom is introduced to be the foil of Huck’s character because Tom is educated and Huck is not....   [tags: outsmarting the educated people, relationship] 894 words
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Main Themes in To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee - In every story, there are themes that point out the meaning of the story so it does not leave the reader hanging. So what is a theme. A theme is a fundamental and often universal idea explored in a literary work. In the book, To Kill a Mockingbird, there are three main themes, which commonly appear throughout the story. These themes will help tie any lose ends in the story, and help readers to understand the meaning of this story. The first theme is the coexistence of good and evil throughout the story....   [tags: moral, educated, inequality]
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A Nurse with the Most Knowledge and Skill is an Advanced Practice Nurse - ... Through my course of study I have been able to study past nursing theories and research in order to formulate a plan that is evidence based and best for my patient. While working with critically ill patients in the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) I have been able to take the knowledge gained from research and incorporate it into planning care for my patient. When educating a patient newly diagnosed with diabetes on the importance of regular exercise and a modified diet in order to manage his disease I found it essential to gather an assessment on his living situation....   [tags: standards, healthcare, educated] 774 words
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Kazakhstan’s Most Problematic Factor for Doing Business - ... International tests’ results and other foreign reports on development of Kazakhstan are taken to look through. These questions below are made for clear view of my topic and to write down clear responses to them: To what extent is Kazakhstan globally competitive. How does competitiveness relate to education. To what extent has Nazarbayev University achieved their goal. What are the results from nearly involved education system in Nazarbayev Intellectual Schools. What is the meaning of the expression “globally competitive student” for Kazakhstan....   [tags: educated workforce, scientific information]
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Murderers and Serial Killers in the Chicago Area - Murderers and Serial Killers in the Chicago Area A notorious murderer or serial killer is the typical next door neighbor one would hardly associate with a serious crime: an educated psychopath with little regard for life. Most of them commit murder for some misplaced psychological benefits. Their actions border on insanity as some commit theft by stealing their victims’ belongings and commiting rapes, an indication of a need for financial gain or a craving for distorted sexual desires. It is disheartening that people always associate the city of Chicago with crime, ranging from the prohibition-period gangsters to modern-day criminals; however, it is understandable because these crimes have...   [tags: educated psychopath, despicable acts]
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Gender Discrimination Continues to Reflect in Wage Gap - Sex discrimination is still a major problem of today. In many different ways, women are deemed “lesser” than men, and one major example of this problem is the wage gap. Unfortunately, the wage gap still exists, and it is completely sickening. Many people disagree and say that the wage gap is non-existent, but that is far from the truth. The wage gap needs to close, because women don't deserve any less than men do. I am currently on the path to earn a degree in Computer Science, which falls into the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field....   [tags: stem, female, educated] 854 words
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Decision Making Techniques in Managerial Accounting - Managerial accounting comprises all the financial information needed to help managers make educated decisions and do their job duties efficiently. A typical manager’s responsibilities with managerial accounting include interpreting finance reports and projections and using those to make financial decisions that will affect the company. Since managers have to make routine decisions and finalize reports periodically, it is vital that they are able to conduct healthy decision making processes and are able to come to make quick educated conclusions....   [tags: educated decisions, knowledgeable ]
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The Career and Technical Education Misson - Career and Technical Education (CTE) mission has always been to develop an educated & skilled workforce to keep the United State viable in a global market. At this juncture in US history, CTE is vital to help create a workforce with 21st Century Skills to remain a global leader. The Common Core standards require students to “employ contextualized work-based, project-based, and problem-based learning approaches” to gain workforce readiness skills ("Programs of Study Design Framework," 2010). Since its birth this has been the mission of CTE programs....   [tags: develping and educated-skilled workforce] 698 words
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Motivating Teachers to Use Tecnology - The students in today’s classrooms cannot fathom a world without computers, video games, and smart phones. These students are tech-savvy as they play, learn, and communicate in a connected, digital world. School administrators and curriculum planners have come to the realization that they must meet students in their world by using technology to present meaningful and engaging lessons for all students. No longer can schools continue using the standardized teaching model, which became popular during the industrial based economy of the 1900’s (Jacob, 2013)....   [tags: technology, lessons, educated, teachers]
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A Liberal Education Makes an Educated Man or Woman - A Liberal Education Makes an Educated Man or Woman The idea of a liberal education is what universities are moving towards. A liberally educated person is someone whom is educated in many different areas other than their major area of study. Colleges encompass a liberal education in their curriculum by including a liberal studies program. A liberal studies program requires certain courses, and various electives outside a student’s major. The reason for these required classes is to broaden the minds of the students, so they can tolerate different views and understand the behaviors of different people they may encounter in their lives....   [tags: Teaching Education Essays] 623 words
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Teens Must be Educated About the Consequences of Drinking - As binge drinking continues to increase every year so does the fatalities caused by car accidents, teen pregnancy, rape, and homicides. Obviously there is no way to completely stop binge drinking but if we could decrease the occurrence then we could make a difference. I strongly believe that in order to do this we need to make the consequences more severe. Teens get off too easily and that’s why they continue to drink irresponsibly. I also think that if teens knew about it before hand they would think twice about binge drinking....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Argument Essays] 587 words
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A Personal Reflection on Who I Am Today and Why - ... I received a call from my mother as I exited my Lsat prep class held at the University of Pennsylvania. “Your father was in an accident and is now at Einstein Hospital.” Words could not explain the pain I felt, the worriedness that burdened me and the trouble I expressed. In a hurry, I boarded the bus wondering if I would ever see my father again, will I ever feel my father’s touch or hear the sound of his voice. As I approached Rising Sun Ave, my life flashed before my eyes. There it was. My father’s car crashed on the side of the road, the ambulance carrying a man’s body into the truck and police officers blocking off the street....   [tags: well-educated African American woman] 1012 words
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Education: Will the Federal Government Encouraging States to Adopt the Common Core Curriculum Ensure a More Educated Nation? - The federal government encouraging states to adopt the Common Core curriculum will not now, nor will it ever, ensure a more educated nation. The Common Core represents a federal takeover of our education system and will compromise the future of the United States. The Common Core mission statement is flowery, embellished, and designed to mislead the American public. The Common Core State Standards provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they need to do to help them....   [tags: Common Core Curriculum, Students]
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Isocrates' The Educated Man versus Atticus Finch in To Kill a Mockingbird - The Greek philosopher Isocrates describes the characteristics of an ideal citizen in his essay, “The Educated Man”. From his point of view an educated man is not one who has pursued higher education but one who has good character and contributes to his society. In Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch is portrayed as an educated man because he has excellent morals and knows how to conduct himself. Atticus and the “educated man” are both the ideal and perfect members of a community and family....   [tags: To Kill a Mockingbird Essays] 888 words
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Do You Have What It Takes? A Breakdown Of The Educated Person - Do You Have What it Takes. A Breakdown of the Educated Person An educated person is a well rounded person. To be educated is to knowledgeable in many areas. Diversity is essential in the sense that many different things inspire thought, which then derive permanent conclusions from these experiences. Anyone who has the audacity to call themselves educated needs to have a firm grasp of many different areas. These categories span through Science, Technology, Language, Art, Feelings and Values. All of these are building blocks that help make up an educated person, but just as important, these are the same qualities that form an individual....   [tags: essays research papers] 995 words
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Comparison Of The Amazing Maurice And His Educated Rats vs The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe - Though there are many generations of writing; whether it is classic or contemporary, all authors bring several similarities to the different works that they create. The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rats, written by Terry Pratchett, can be compared to The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe; which is written by C.W.Lewis, due to the similarities that both authors use in their writing styles. Not only can the differences be seen through the authors writing style, but differences can be seen through the different literary elements that the authors choose to use throughout their works....   [tags: Comparative Literature] 1744 words
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Frank's Growing Sense of Unease as Rita Becomes More Educated - Frank's Growing Sense of Unease as Rita Becomes More Educated In the play 'Educating Rita', Willy Russell shows the growing relationship between the two main characters, Frank and Rita. Both are very different from each other, yet a bond is immediately established between them in the early stages of the play. We first see Frank to be an unorthodox, nonchalant university lecturer who has a drink problem, a failing relationship and who is unhappy with his work and life. However, Rita is seen to be very different to him....   [tags: Papers] 2320 words
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The importance of the role played by the educated elite in the process of decolonisation in africa - africa came under the direct jurisdiction of Europe after the initial carving out of the continent referred to as the 'Scramble for Africa'. This partition was fulfilled at the Conference of Berlin 1884-85 resulting in the political mapping of the continent. Thus, Africa facilitated the extension of the European hegemonic powers overseas. This colonization rendered the African continent the play-toy of wealthy European imperialists who raked the profits from the resource-rich territories. The period between 1880 and 1919 saw an upsurge of African resistance to colonial rule this was the period of African nationalism....   [tags: essays research papers] 2237 words
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Drama - I wanted to present a convincing portrayal of a wealthy, educated - Drama - I wanted to present a convincing portrayal of a wealthy, educated woman who, faced with a extremely distressing, seemingly insurmountable personal problem, sees what looks like a perfect solution, but which ends up driving her to madness. Why Were the Nazis Able to Attempt the Genocide of the Jewish People in the Years1939 to 1945. ==================================================================== How Has the Human Rights Position of the Jews Improved Since 1945. ================================================================== The power of the Nazi State made it difficult to resist and rebel against the Nazis....   [tags: Drama] 2404 words
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Criminals Must Be Re-educated - In many prisons across the country, overpopulation is flooding the prisons creating a volatile environment. With many prisons shutting down prisoners are sent to other jails. This is even happening to death row inmates. The criminals put here are spending sentences for everything from breaking and entering to murder. With all of these inmates feeding off of the taxpayer’s money, can they do anything to pay their way. Educating inmates has a huge impact on how they react to changing environments, even helping inmates choose careers can reduce prison population and death row convictions....   [tags: Prison Reform Essays]
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Education has Lost Touch with its Origin and its Meaning - Education has Lost Touch with its Origin and its Meaning "It is only when all these things, names and definitions, visual and other sensations are rubbed together and subjected to tests in which questions and answers are exchanged in good faith and without malice that finally, when human capacity is stretched to its limit, a spark of understanding and intelligence flashes out and illuminates the subject at hand." Plato had this to say about dialogue and its importance to the process of education....   [tags: Educated College Degree] 1637 words
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Why does Children Need to be Educated about Drug Abuse? - Drug abuse is when a person gets addicted to habitual or illegal drugs. Examples of drugs that are abused are marijuana, stimulants, depressants, inhalants, hallucinogens, and heroin Drugs have effect on how it is absorbed in the body. There are different kinds of ways drugs are absorbed in the human body, which includes injection, inhalation, and ingestion. The effect of drugs in the human body is impacted by the way it enters the body. Using needles to inject drugs through veins enters the blood stream quicker and have an instant effect, whilst taking drugs orally will have slower effects because it takes time to go through the digestive system before its effects are shown....   [tags: drug abuse, illegal drugs, drug education] 804 words
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Exploring the Conditions & Purposes of Public Schools: Are Schools Simply Used to Create a Well-Trained or Well-Educated Workforce? - What is the purpose of schools. Some would say the purpose of schools is to create a well trained workforce, others to prepare students to become democratic citizens. This essay will examine not only the current conditions of public schools, but also what their primary purpose should be. After having read several articles on the inequalities of schools I would have to say, using Jean Anyon's terms, that the "affluent-professional" and "executive elite" truly benefit most from public schooling....   [tags: public education, public schools] 823 words
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Euthanasia Patients Should be Fully Educated in the Treatments Available for their Illness Before Making an Irreversible Decision - Euthanasia Patients Should be Fully Educated in the Treatments Available for their Illness Before Making an Irreversible Decision Euthanasia is one of the most controversial topics in our society today. It has sparked heated debates between families, doctors, and the courts about the morality of 'mercy killing.' Euthanasia deals with taking a person's life away from one who wishes to be put to death rather than continuing to live through the pain and agony of a chronic illness. There are two types of euthanasia, active and passive....   [tags: Papers] 790 words
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How To Educate Leaders - Once at a TED talk, Patrick Awuah delivered a speech on “How to educate leaders?” this talk opened my mind to many issues concerning leadership. He exposed the blind spot of leadership that most leaders find difficult to see or sometimes just ignore it due to many unnecessary reasons. In this paper, I will discussing the role of leaders as guardians of society, servants of society and all the issues associated with the topic with pragmatic examples. ‘Every right implies a responsibility; Every opportunity, an obligation, Every possession, a duty.’ John D....   [tags: Patrick Awuah, TED Talk, Leadership, Rockefeller]
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A New Way to Educate Children - A New Way to Educate Children Rousseau lobbies against an educational system that tries to teach children concepts and facts before such time, as they would make use of them. He believes that a child should not neglect those studies, which meet his present needs, in order to learn that which he may acquire in later years. He claims that experience and emotion are our real teachers, thereby reinforcing the theory that a child should not be educated in matters which are not pertinent to their current station in life....   [tags: Papers] 602 words
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Educate a Woman, Educate a Generation - “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” (Young). This quote illustrates the importance of women in today’s society and the crucial role they play in inspiring the next generation of young women. Feminism is a social perspective dedicated to equality and equal rights between both sexes, male and female. This social perspective has been and still is practiced by millions of feminists around the world fighting for equal rights. The feminist movement has undergone three waves in the past century, changing the face of the human race as we know it....   [tags: feminism, inequalty, society] 859 words
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All Girls and All Boys - Should Schools Educate One Gender? - ... Series of studies have proved that boys' and girls' brains are organized differently so each of them needs special treatment. Also each gender has its own privacy in joking and talking seriously. The scientists who support the theory of single sex education contribute their opinion religiously, saying that all religions call for separating both sexes as it is forbidden and against the religious teachings. They also think that mixing both genders inside any place is an evil deed that leads to committing sins that all religions forbid and say that there will be a severe punishment in the judgment day .While opposite opinions think that both sexes should exist together to grow up and learn...   [tags: behavior, emotions, single-sex] 644 words
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Narrativity, Modernity, and Tragedy: How Pragmatism Educates Humanity - Narrativity, Modernity, and Tragedy: How Pragmatism Educates Humanity ABSTRACT: I argue that the modernist notion of a human self (or subject) cannot easily be post-modernistically rejected because the need to view an individual life as a unified 'narrative' with a beginning and an end (death) is a condition for asking humanly important questions about its meaningfulness (or meaninglessness). Such questions are central to philosophical anthropology. However, not only modern ways of making sense of life, such as linear narration in literature, but also premodern ones such as tragedy, ought to be taken seriously in reflecting on these questions....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Philosophy Essays]
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Intellectual Developments Pertaining to Gender in Japan and Europe - ... Just like the children in Rousseau’s first society women in the time period and society married for security. In return for the security men offered women were expected to be good, obedient wives. When women are allowed to be independent and no longer need men for security they only marry voluntarily. Yoshiko, a character from Sanshiro, is a perfect example of the natural society Rousseau describes with a woman in the place of the child. Yoshiko has the security of her brother’s money and home and therefore does not have to marry to gain security....   [tags: society, educate, property, rights]
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Sex Education Programs in Schools in the United States - Nineteen-fifty five marked the debut of sex education programs in schools in the United States. Along the years, many have argued whether or not sex education should be taught in schools. Many believe that the education of sex encourages students to engage in sexual activities which lead to a higher number of pregnancies and sexual transmitted diseases (STD’s). As the number of unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases climbs higher and higher every day in our country, one can only think that sexual education is a necessity in our school systems....   [tags: parents, inform, educate, sex]
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Sexism in The Taming of the Shrew by Shakespeare - Sexism is an ever changing concept in today’s world. Every day the concept morphs a little bit, changing the entire definition of what is sexist and what is not. In The Taming of the Shrew by Shakespeare, the male characters lie to and abuse their women in order to have the women marry them. Lucentio come to Padua to study, but when he sees a beautiful girl, he pretends to be a teacher in order to marry Bianca. Petruchio on the other hand forces a woman to marry him and then trains her to follow his every command....   [tags: women's rights, victims, educate]
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A World of Opportunity - ... Once Douglass told the boys, “’You will be free as soon as you are twenty-one, but I am a slave for life. Have not I as good a right to be free as you have?’” (102). That statement, had it been told to anyone in power would have acquired Douglass lashings and caused him a great deal of pain, but it did not and it generated a passion in Douglass that changed his life for the better. He turned his life away from what it was predetermined to be, and used hard-work, perseverance, and education to help him break free from the circumstance that was thought of as typically absolute, which contradicts Loewen’s idea of an inevitable fate....   [tags: society, class, perseverance, educate]
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The Controversy of Global Warming: Who Is Right? - ... These scientists are also giving corporations and businesses the excuse to withdraw their already minimal cooperation into reducing these harmful greenhouse gases. Initiating the aspect that there might be an underlying economical or possibly political manipulation here. Global warming was extensively discussed in the early 1970s, with the debate that where or why is this warming occurring. Later on well-established professionals stated their findings on the importance of a CO2 gas relative to other greenhouse gases....   [tags: exist, science, educate, gases, economic] 611 words
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Top 5 Qualities to be a Successful Affilate Marketer - In the last article I discussed the dos and don’ts of affiliate marketing, principles that an affiliate marketer must stick to and practices that he must reject. Please refer to my previous four articles to understand the affiliate marketing basics, guidelines and procedures related to affiliate marketing. In this article I discuss the top 5 qualities a person must possess in order to be a successful affiliate marketer and earn money online. Many people around the world use affiliate marketing to supplement their main income source (generate extra income) or to earn money online but it can very well become the source of permanent or mainstay income for you and your household....   [tags: money, online, educate, management, ethical] 751 words
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Education - What is it Really Worth? - Education - What is it Really Worth. Carl Jung believed that, One looks back with appreciation to the brilliant teachers, but with gratitude to those who touched our human feelings. The curriculum is so much necessary raw material, but warmth is a vital element for the growing plant and for the soul of the child (Fitzhenry 135). Education is important to succeed in life, but it needs to come along with compassion and learning on a personal level rather than in an autocratic atmosphere. Everyone has different views of education, but what they all have in common is how necessary it is when one wants to become a self-actualized individual....   [tags: Educate Education Essays]
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Bi-Bi: A Better Way to Educate the Deaf - In America we have adopted an auditory-speech, which is a mono-linguistic focus on the spoken and written forms of the majority (English here) language, approach to educating our deaf children. We adopted this methodology for teaching the deaf because of the Milan Conference held in 1880. This conference was an excuse for those in favor of oralism to gain the support they needed to outlaw the use of signed language in education. Their plot succeeded; the conference decided that signed language was inferior to spoken languages and was not capable of allowing the kind of learning necessary (Lane, Hoffmeister, and Bahan 61)....   [tags: Special Education ]
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Using Diversity and Science to Effectively Educate Students - Diversity is when individuals differ in race, ethnicity, gender, class, language, religion, ability, geography, and/or age. Teachers will be required to teach in diverse classrooms with a variety of inclusion students, gender, and cultures. Each and every person learns differently and at different rates. According to Culyer and Ebert (2008), “There is no age which all people are on the same intellectual level either at a starting point or as a level of attainment. Thus, you can expect that all students in your classroom will represent a range of intellectual ability” (p.84)....   [tags: Education, teachers, teaching]
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Why Do Parents Want to Educate Their Children? - Clay P. Bedford said “You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives."(Edberg, 2007, 21 Inspirational Quotes on Education) Why people want to educate their children. This question is very important because people want their children to be prepared to be effective members of their society. Every country in the world has advanced a structure of education depends on its requirements, businesses, and cultures....   [tags: understanding, students, relationships] 944 words
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Biography of Martin Luther King Jr. - Martin Luther King Jr. was a really big part of civil rights history. It all began when he was born onJanuary 15, 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia. His father Martin Luther King Sr. was a pastor in Atlanta, Georgia. His mother Alberta Williams King was a school teacher in Atlanta, Georgia. Many call Martin a gifted student. He was enrolled to Morehouse College at the age of 15. He was following his fathers and grandfathers footsteps to get very educated. The major he study was medicine and law. But one thing he didn’t want to do was become a pastor....   [tags: civil, rights, educate, goals, leader, group] 834 words
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Integral Philosophy of Education - Integral Philosophy of Education ABSTRACT: Education, an action, is a process, a development of the imperfect human being intentionally directed at achieving the ideal of human plenitude in the best possible manner. This is a description of the educational process based on the human being who travels toward plenitude, a point of arrival; the human being who achieves his or her own perfection in the best possible manner; and a method: intentional guidance towards plenitude in the harmonious formation of humanity....   [tags: Educating Educate Education Essays] 3438 words
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Vocational Teacher Education Reform - Vocational Teacher Education Reform The reform movements of the 1980s triggered numerous demands to reexamine and reform the way students and their teachers are educated. This Digest examines the implications for vocational teacher education emerging from general teacher education reform movements. It discusses how excellence in vocational education teaching can be achieved and proposes 21st century models for vocational teacher education. Impacts of Reform Movements on Vocational Teacher Education Several of the major reform initiatives of the 1980s and early 1990s argued that improving education requires improving teacher quality and, accordingly, teacher education....   [tags: Teaching Educate Essays]
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Why Educate? - Why Educate. As I ponder what my educational philosophy is, and what I hope it will become, I find it necessary to consider why we educate our children in the first place, and why we finance countless public school systems with local tax dollars and federal funds only to hear over and over that schools are failing, our teachers are inadequate, and our students unprepared for life. The majority of high school graduates can read. They can perform basic arithmetic. They know some literature, history, and civics....   [tags: Essays Papers]
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We Must Educate the Children of Illegal Immigrants - Immigration laws have been a subject of debate throughout American history, especially in states such as California and Texas, where immigrant populations are high. Recently, some citizens have been questioning whether we should continue to educate the children of illegal immigrants. While this issue is steeped in emotional controversy, we must not allow divisive "us against them" rhetoric to cloud our thinking. Yes, educating undocumented immigrants costs us, but not educating them would cost us much more....   [tags: Critical Thinking Essays]
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Feed the World, Educate Yourself - "The day that hunger is eradicated from the earth, there will be the greatest spiritual explosion the world has ever known. Humanity cannot imagine the joy that will burst into the world."- Federico Garcia Lorca. In todays world a very real problem is childhood hunger. Hunger is one of humanities oldest and most enduring social and economic plagues that is almost impossible to eradicate; but this problem is completely fixable through food production, livestock health, and making the public aware of food banks and things they can do to help in their own communities....   [tags: hunger, nutition, donations]
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Preservation of Each Other´s Cultures - “Preservation of one’s own culture does not require contempt or disrespect for other cultures” (Chavez). This quotation by Cesar Chavez argues that by preserving something, people are not thinking that other things are not good for their culture. The preservation of their cultural circumstances allows them to empathize with their heritage and it also educates people of other miscellaneous cultures from different regions of the world. In Iron & Silk, Mark Salzman reveals that his journey to China, which brought him home to the United States of America, shocked him....   [tags: hertiage, educate, background, influence] 1217 words
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Philosophy of Education as a Means to Educate Humanity in a Diverse South Africa - Philosophy of Education as a Means to Educate Humanity in a Diverse South Africa ABSTRACT: In pre-democratic South Africa, people never learned to listen to the stories of their fellow human beings because that was seen as a threat rather than a challenge. With the long-awaited political and constitutional changes taking place, a different societal structure is being established and a new democratic value system formally and officially being embraced. It would, however, be naive to imagine that policy changes would transform deeply-rooted attitudes, practices and existing structures overnight....   [tags: Philosophical Learning School Essays]
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Wealthy Nations Have A Moral Obligation to Educate Poor Nations - The most substantial and important ethical problem of the 21st century will be the correction of the vast and undeniable imbalance of the possession and consumption of the world’s material, economic, and cultural resources. In this paper, I will argue that the primary long-term moral obligation the world’s over-privileged have to the underprivileged is to provide those in need with the means necessary to develop a foundation for fair future interactions. This will lead to the idea that a necessary part of the long-term obligation to the underprivileged, in addition to the redistribution of economic and material resources, is the redistribution of ideas and knowledge through philanthropic ed...   [tags: Essays on Ethics] 3712 words
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Roles of Mass Media in Society - ... Every content which is provided, both direct and indirect, with its transparency can be used by the consumers to understand the value of things. Through the content also, society will be able to develop their knowledge. Furthermore, during this current era, many people start to realize the meaning of education for the world of tomorrow and it makes mass media provides many educational shows in television such as quiz show, channel about nature (National Geographic, Animal Planet, Discovery), comic books which use science as it theme, internet which also provide many information and if the rating of the show is good many people will be interested to watch the show which is good for the im...   [tags: educate, control, information] 982 words
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The Wisdom in Chinese Proverbs - ... It probably derived from the Han Dynasty because the story of this proverb revolved around a man named Ji Bu during the Han Dynasty. Ji Bu was an upright and honest person who was serious about the issues of justice; he was always determined to do the things he had promised. Due to his honorable morality, Emperor Liu Bang wanted to arrest JI Bu and execute him, however, a man with the surname Zhou helped protect Ji Bu due to his admiration of Ji Bu. Mr. Zhou sent Ji Bu to a peasant's house and pleaded with Emperor Liu Bang about the good things that Ji Bu had done, which made the emperor reversed his order of wanting to execute Ji Bu....   [tags: expressions to educate on morality]
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No Place Like a Zoo - From zebras to penguins to snakes, there is only one place where people the opportunity to see any animal they want in one day. The local zoo attracts families everywhere. Its an activity that is not only entertaining but also educational that all ages can enjoy. Not only do people benefit because of zoos but it is also beneficial to the animals as well. Zoos are a good thing and their are many positives that come along with them. Thanks to the animals in zoos we have been able to do research to help improve the animals lives....   [tags: perserve, animals, educate, habitats] 729 words
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Strategies to Educate Students on Substance Abuse - Drug usage is becoming a major problem for youth in today’s society. Because drugs and other substances are frequently presented in media that children are often exposed to, they are often persuaded to engage in such negative behaviors. Media however, is not youth’s only persuasion factor. Many children often grow up in households where drugs are used and sometimes abused. Since more and more youth are now “trying” drugs, it is important for educators to begin educating students as early as Kindergarten on promoting a healthy drug-free lifestyle....   [tags: Drug Addiction Essays]
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Colleges Should Educate Student Athletes - All college students sitting in classrooms today face challenges that can impede their success. A challenging course schedule, competing demand for the student’s time, and college readiness are all factors that can hinder a student’s performance in the classroom. Moreover, these challenges also have the ability to impact the student’s overall student development. While most students share a common set of stressors, there are certain groups on campus that face pressures and challenges that are not shared by the majority of their peers....   [tags: Educating College Athletes]
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Tips for Managing Severe Allergies in Children - Tips for Managing Severe Allergies in Children Allergies affect more than 50 million people in the United States and 40% of these are children. For some, it can be seasonal and mild, but for others it can be severe to the point that it actually interferes with their daily lives. Allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system wherein there is an exaggerated response to foreign substances that are usually seen by the body as harmless. These foreign substances are called allergens and it triggers an allergic reaction such as fever, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, and itching....   [tags: substance, know, plan, educate, system] 618 words
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My Career as a Teacher - ... Bullying is on the rise and I will do all that I can to prevent it from happening on school grounds. Finally, I will implement the three main different learning styles into as many lessons as possible. These learning styles include; auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. By mastering and using as many learning styles as I can, I will make sure each student is able to get the most out of their learning experience. I understand that every child learns differently and understanding how to use different approaches in each lesson plan will benefit every student....   [tags: goals, educate, motivate, inspire, choices] 1251 words
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Tattoos: Thinking Before Inking - ... There are also some moments that you shouldn’t take a tattoo like when you were drunk; when you want to be tough or cool; or even when all your friends have theirs and you feel outsider…The best thing is build the ideas by yourself, try to make a list of things which appeal (aesthetic or else) or a design that has a special meaning or symbolism to you, rather than heading to a studio, have a cursory glance around the flash art up on the wall or catalogue, than talk the man behind the counter, “give me little devil number 6 right there”....   [tags: educate yourself, body decoration, art] 597 words
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Poor Parents Must Educate Their Children - A child does not show up for school for the third day in a row and the teacher notices that a pattern of absences has appeared. Is it the child’s fault. The parents’ fault. Can the school do something to stop this trend. There is a definite association between the parents of a child in poverty and the education that child does (or does not) receive, and there are many factors that play into this connection: intimidation the parents feel, expectations put on the child, parent employment, location and condition of the school, and health issues....   [tags: Solutions to Poverty 2014]
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Educate to Liberate: Why Education is the Key to Ending Child Labor - When trying to mediate conflicts in other nations, countries face the moral dilemma of intervening without imposing their views on others. However, there are some global issues, such as child labor, that other nations must involve themselves in because it is morally the right thing to do. Nevertheless, it is important for these nations to still take into account the values and conditions of the society, so that they provide aid without impairing the civilians or imposing their own ideals. Today, there are about 186 million child laborers (Srivastava, 1)....   [tags: exploitation, children's rights]
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We Must Educate Everyone About Child Abuse - Every year more than 3 million reports of child abuse are made in the United States involving more than 6 million children. Very few people are aware of the severeness of child abuse. While some people choose to ignore it, many people are oblivious to the fact that is even exists. Unfortunately, because very few people know about the severity of the problem or do not know how to stop it, the cycle of violence will continue for generations to come. It is detrimental that the cycle stops and abused children do not grow up to be abusers....   [tags: Violence Against Children] 965 words
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