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Understanding Gender Roles in School-Smart and Mother-Wise

- Understanding Gender Roles in Wendy Luttrell's School-Smart and Mother-Wise "I had went so far I just got tired. I had got to the place where I didn't care if I learned anything or not" (59). This quote expresses quite plainly but strongly what many of the women in Wendy Luttrell's School-Smart and Mother-Wise felt in regards to their educational experience. Though Lilly put the thought into words, any number of these women probably had the same feelings concerning their school-age years. This paper will focus on Chapter 5 from that book, "Storied Selves and School Mission"....   [tags: School-Smart Mother-Wise]

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Amanda Is Smart, Athletic, Popular And The Head Of The High School Cheerleading Squad

- ... On one rainy, dark night, Dawson’s car slid off of the road and instantaneous killed the town new and only doctor, Dr. David Bonner. The jury pleaded Dawson guilty due to his family reputation, and the court removed his mark of innocence from the very beginning. After the court released Dawson from his sentence, he moved to a trailer park in New Orleans and worked on an oil rig. Nevertheless, Dawson could never forgive himself from depriving a husband, a father from a family, and a doctor from the town....   [tags: High school, Family, Mother, Marriage]

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Is Art Makes You Smart?

- Jerrald Dogoc Ms. Maghirang Core English 11 8 February 2016 Art makes you Smart Some high school students may not like art classes because they think they are neither creative nor Artistic. What if it helps high school students to do better at school. “80% of Americans believed that learning a musical instrument would improve math and science skills” (Winner and Hetland). It is so helpful that it can help you to get an easy A+ in a subject such as math and science that you may not like. Art and music are an aspect of our society that is so prevalent in everyday life that not teaching students about them is leaving it leaves students at a disadvantage in life....   [tags: Art, Arts, High school, Visual arts]

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The Worst Advice Of The World : Work Smart, Not Hard

- Annotated Bibliography Rowe, Mike. "The worst advice in the world: work smart, not hard--what a stupid idea that was." Popular Mechanics Sept. 2013: 70+. Student Edition. Web. 22 Mar. 2016. In this article, Mike Rowe talks about the guidance he was given when he was seventeen years old. His high school guidance counselor put emphasis on the saying of “work smart not hard.” This lead to the aggressive pushing of Universities and because of that trade schools began to decrease and vocational classes began to not be implemented into high school course selections....   [tags: School counselor, Education, Psychotherapy]

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SMART Boards to Build Math Skills

- Math is one of the fundamental subjects taught in elementary school and is a necessity for overall academic survival. Young learners’ future understanding of mathematics requires an early foundation based on a high quality, challenging, and accessible mathematics education (NCTM, 2013). An engaging and encouraging learning environment helps children develop confidence in their ability to understand and use mathematics. However, math proves to be a difficult subject for many students. In a world filled with technology, it has become increasingly important to incorporate technology based-teaching in the classroom....   [tags: Math, Elementary School, Education]

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Should Smart Phones Be Used In Schools?

- Smart phones are a common technology used by most students, therefore many schools have banned the use of smart phones. Instead of banning smart phones, these can be used for good purposes using them for educational purposes allowing students to use the web to search for information and apps. Because smart phones are used by most students the education system has set up a program called “Bring Your Own Device (B.Y.O.D.).” This allows students to use their own devices at school. Also when emergencies occur smart phones can be used to call for help immediately....   [tags: emergency, distraction, resource]

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A Smart ( Phone ) Society

- A Smart (Phone) Society Ask anyone to name a few necessities that humans need to live in this world, and they’ll probably start to name items such as food, water, and shelter. Those who are a bit more bold might say a smart phone, computers, or even a TV. Are they wrong. It could be easily argued that they are correct in saying that those things are now important to have in day-to-day life. Phones and other technological advances are no longer a luxury for the privileged; they have become a necessity in today’s society....   [tags: Instant messaging, Mobile phone, IPod Touch]

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Too Smart And Hire For The Minority

- ... While a court of law did not find that Robert Jordan has been discriminated against, the majority of his supporters certainly did. The court did not simply disregard Jordan’s claim; rather, it took into consideration the entire story which has two sides. Consequently, in this case the court did not, and should not, ignore the City of New London’s experience and rational for utilizing certain selection processes in its industry; a court can and should take note of this (Leef, 2015). Discrimination is such a delicate subject that its meaning can get lost in some cases....   [tags: Discrimination, Police, Constable]

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Smart people Nerds or Not?

- Stereotypes and misconceptions are just false presumptions of groups. Misconceptions are just wrong ideals of groups that have been formed because of a lack of information on a group or been told false information about the group from the individuals who are biased of the group. While stereotypes are false presumptions of groups formed because of a small percentages in the groups who are extremely ideal and fit the stereotypical views said of the group. Many of the individuals of the groups are most likely enraged that the mass of the public believe these stereotypes just because of these handful of stereotypical extremists....   [tags: misconceptions, stereotypes, outcasts]

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Mobile Phones Vs. Smart Phones

- Clarisa Arrambide Carissa Hayden Engl. 1302 20 October 2014 Students vs. Smart phones Should students be allowed to have smart phones in school. We all know that mobile technology has come a long way, compared to years ago, where the only thing phones could do was make a simple phone call and back then, which was the most amazing experience for people to be able to speak to someone through a mobile device. With technology now in the 21st century, cell phones have turned into smart phones, which are basically miniature, portable computers in the grasp of your palm....   [tags: Mobile phone, Personal digital assistant]

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Visiting A High School Teacher

- This year I went to visit my former high school. I stepped through the front doors for the first time brimming with confidence. As I walked into the main office and saw my former principal he asked me what I was doing here and I answered, “I 'm studying to be a high school teacher”. Doing a double take, he called in another teacher who I have never met, pointed to me and with a smile radiating on his face said, “Look. This is Tatyana. A former student who now wants to teach. Can you believe it?”....   [tags: Education, Teacher, High school, School]

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The Park Slope School

- The Park Slope School, Ps.282 is located in Park Slope Brooklyn. Ps.282 is a Kindergarten to eighth grade school full of diversity. The school’s staff was pleased to assist me with any of my needs. Although finding the right time to schedule an interview with the parent coordinator and guidance counselor was difficult, both parent coordinator and guidance counselor were more than willing to dedicate their time to focus on the interview. Ps.282 attempts to engage parent’s involvement in school using different methods....   [tags: Middle school, Elementary school, Primary school]

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Dropping Out Of High School

- ... “The use marijuana has multiple effects on the user, Imaging studies in human adolescents show that regular marijuana users display impaired neural connectivity in specific brain regions involved in a broad range of executive functions like memory, learning, and impulse control compared to non-users.(NIH) Due the the negative effects of drug use, students tend to find it hard to focus in school or on their school work, possibly resulting in them losing interest in school completely.”(NIH) When this occurs, it is like a domino effect that only gets worse over time....   [tags: High school, Dropout, High school diploma]

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Graduation Speech : High School

- I chose to come to college because there never seemed like any other option. I was deemed as one of the ‘smart kids’ in middle and high school, so it was always presented to me and kids like me that college was the next logical step after high school. In fact, I was shocked to learn that some people didn’t go to college. My high school experience most definitely influenced my decision to attend university. From the moment I started high school, my classes were college prep classes. My freshman Biology teacher encouraged me to take the ACT for the second time my freshman year....   [tags: High school, College, School, Higher education]

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Unhealthy School Cafeteria Food

- Of all of the problems that dishearten children today, the one that bothers them the most is being unhealthy. Five out of six students from the Manalapan Englishtown Middle School agree that there should be a change in the schools' cafeteria foods; they came up with a solution to help kids be healthy. Unhealthy foods should be eliminated in schools for many reasons. First of all, kids concentrate better when they are healthy. Being healthy helps children to concentrate better because if they are healthy in the inside and the outside, they will not have to worry about their health or how they look....   [tags: School Cafeterias, diet, ]

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Graduation Speech : High School

- It is Tuesday morning and my math class is soon to start. I quickly dash into the classroom scanning for potential seats towards the back of the room. The teacher starts her lesson and questions are asked to which I know the answer to, but the fear over comes me and all I can do is mouth the answers. It is graduation day and I exhale as I realize my high school years are finally behind me. Many years have past since then, and for some crazy reason I decided to go to college to continue my education....   [tags: High school, Education, Academic term, Teacher]

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School Culture And School Climate

- ... If their teachers believe in their abilities, students will believe that they can achieve, and they will at least attempt to try in the classroom. Once teachers see this determination in their students, their beliefs in these students will be translated into their best instructional practices (Cole, 2008). Educators must also strive to resist the tempatation to relate student failure to lack of ability. For example, saying “I’ve taught this concept and they didn’t understand it; they must not be smart enough” cannot be seen as a simple way out of trying to reach all students....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, High school]

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Learning Essay - Learning And Learning At A Catholic School

- LEARNING HOW TO READ I remember wearing my favorite pink dress sitting on my desk in our study room each and every single day. It all started when I was in the fourth grade when I was struggling with spellings and reading. I remember just barely passing the first term of the fourth grade. My parents transferred me from the school I attended from grade three to grade one because I was not progressing; I could not read or write. I remember my class was under a very big fig tree and my teacher just volunteered to teach us....   [tags: High school, School types, Teacher]

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Graduation Speech : School Lunch Program

- ... However, candy and diet pops are sold in school vending machines as well as school shops. Candy is loaded with sugar and diet pop has absolutely no nutritional value and contains artificial sweeteners. Brooke Alpert, RD, author of The Sugar Detox states, “Artificial sweeteners have more intense flavor than real sugar, so over time products like diet soda dull our senses to naturally sweet foods like fruit. [Why would anyone give a child something that does such a thing!?] Even more troubling...These sugar stand-ins have been shown to have the same effect on the body as sugar....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Junk food, School]

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Smart Guns

- Everybody has felt the gut wrenching emotion induced by news stories of children being shot. Whether suicide, accidental shooting, or school shooting these are tragedies that touch nearly everyone. This paper will examine a technology that many believe has the potential to drastically reduce incidents like the ones previously mentioned. This technology is popularly referred to as smart gun technology. Smart guns or personalized guns are guns designed to be fired only by the gun's owner. As such the gun would be useless in the hands children....   [tags: Weapons Technology]

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Smart Impaired

- Smart Impaired Traditional values have always implemented the idea of an intellectual life style, that education is the sole key to success in life. Although there is an undeniable truth in that spectrum in the long run, there are advantages to being stupid when the run is short. Stupid is so politically incorrect, but then it does no harm to the spoken party since their comprehension of vocabulary words whose spelling exceeds three letters is dim. When can you say that you are under no pressure than when you're stupid....   [tags: essays research papers]

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What Do You Like About Middle School?

- ... Can you tell me about other examples. In gym we get free days where we get to choose what we want to do or when we’re done with our activity, we can choose what to do next. We might have 5 stations and we can choose the one we want to go to. 3. Did you participate in extracurricular activities in school. Which ones. Why did you choose these. Yes, I do a lot. I’m in chorus, bowling, newspaper, scrabble club, I’m on the leadership team, and in the homework club. Why did you choose these activities or clubs....   [tags: Education, High school, Psychology, Middle school]

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School Shootings Are The Leading Death By A Fire Arm

- ... Ward was acquitted after more that 70 eye witnesses came forth for Ward, while the prosecutors only had 21 eyewitnesses. A mob of approximately 8,000 formed outside the circuit court house two days after Ward was acquitted, demanding he be kicked out of the town. Ward was snuck away to Louisiana were he lived until he joined the civil war. On May 1, 1992 20 year-old Eric Houston entered his old high school, Lindhurst high. Houston killed three students and one teacher, while injuring 9 students and one teacher before surrendering to the police....   [tags: Columbine High School massacre]

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Smart Phones and a Sense of Belonging

- Smart Phone Consumption Mobile phone used to be a communication device. It has turned into an indispensable necessity ever since the development of smart phone. It has become much in prevalence worldwide in recent years, especially in Asia, Pacific, Western Europe and America markets. According to Gartner, Inc. (2013), global smart phone sales to end users reached 455.6 million units in the third quarter of 2013, while the sales of feature phones continued to decline, because users rushed to replace their old models with smart phones....   [tags: socialization, culture, technology]

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Smart Phone : An Tool At The Time

- Smart phone is defined as an “internet-capable phone that usually also includes a calendar, an appointment book, and an address book, a calculator, a notepad, games, browser, and numerous other apps” (Vermaat, 2016). The telephone was invented in 1789 by Alexander bell and was a very simple tool at the time. “People didn 't start using the term "Smartphone" until 1995, but the first true smart phone actually made it debut three years earlier in1992. It was called the Simon Personal Communicator, and it was created by IBM more than 15 years before Apple released the iPhone”....   [tags: Mobile phone, IPhone, Smartphone]

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Reducing The Amount Of Stress High School Students

- ... The parents of the students are the major source of the academic pressure the students face. The parents want the students to succeed in life but they do not realize the stress they place on their children. The last source of academic pressure the student face is themselves. The students want to please everyone around them and they are too harsh on themselves to get the good grades. Students will stay up to late hours of the night just to study for a test they have the next day. The students will do just about anything to get the good grades to make others proud and to please themselves....   [tags: High school, Extracurricular activity, College]

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The Trials Of Pamela Smart

- ... This allowed citizens to form their own opinion and judgement for the case. The trial for the Pamela Smart case was in March 1991. Many citizens and Pamela Smart’s defense attorney believed that the jury was biased or had prior knowledge before trial. These aspects of the media made it even harder to assemble a jury. The jury could not be sequestered because the cost was very high. The media also added hostility to the courtroom environment, thus putting the witnesses and others involved in the trial under more pressure....   [tags: Antisocial personality disorder, Psychopathy]

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Smart Phones And Social Media

- Smart Phone Usage in Healthcare Nowadays, people use smart phones in everyday life. Smart phone is a device that combines a cell phone with a hand held computer that contains internet access, data storage, and email capability (Dictionary). Healthcare workers use social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and snapchat in their personal life. HIPAA plays a big role in health care. HIPAA regulations “require health care providers and organizations as well as their business associates, develop and follow procedures that ensure the confidentially and security of protected health information when it is transferred, received, handled or shared” (California Department of Health Care Serv...   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Patient]

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My Goals For A Smart Goal

- ... It’s still English. It’s just simplified and with my hands. It’s basically cheating because I can sound good telling people that I’m learning a new language when really I’m just relearning English. It’s essentially an extension to the language I already know, so really there’s no excuse not to learn it. However, the main factor stopping me from doing so is Stress. According to the Psychology textbook, Stress is “any circumstances that threaten or are perceived to threaten one’s well-being and that thereby tax one’s coping abilities.” During the lifespan of this goal my stress influences have been school, work, my social life, and sleeping habits....   [tags: Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Motivation]

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New Smart Goals ( 2 )

- ... For me, this will obviously have to start with trying to come up with reasons why I like studying business, rather than constantly complain about everything I dislike about the business culture in general. I guess the logical thing would have been to change majors but I did not feel like quitting again so I decided to stay in the business program. Given that I will have to continue studying this major for at least two more years, I thought it more opportune to try and find the positive aspects of business....   [tags: Homework, Management, Academic term, Success]

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Should Smart Phones Be Banned?

- ... There is no way that a student would not get distracted, even if it is only for a moment, with all of the things that they could do on their cell phone. Even my father, whom is fifty four years old, recognizes this as an issue. When I asked him how he thinks smart phones would affect a student’s concentration, he said, “They would be tempted to play on their phones or text each other.” If someone who has been out of school for thirty six years even sees this as an issue, then these options of distractions are just something that does not need to be readily available for students to access while they are trying to learn....   [tags: Mobile phone, Rotary dial, IPhone, Motorola]

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How Technology has Changed Learning Twenty-First Century

- Not only has technology helped the world’s teachers to teach more efficiently, but technological advances have helped the learner, as well. In the Twenty-First Century, there have been so many new technological advances already, such as the smart phone, for instance. For some of us, we would not know how to function, if it were not for our mobile devices. The world has become dependent on them, since they make our lives much easier, by keeping track of data, which would be hard for a normal person to keep up with....   [tags: smart phones, books, distance]

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Why Street Smart Students Are Considered Anti-Intellectual in the Academic Area

- Why street smart students are considered anti intellectual in academic area. In the article “Hidden Intellectualism” by Gerald Graff, he accounts the idea that street smart students are way more smarted than book smarts. He explains that street smart student will be able to solve an issue much faster than book smart because of his/her previous experience. According to author, the problems with considering street smarts as anti intellectual are they are actually much smarter that book smart students, they don’t equal opportunity , and schools along with colleges never challenge their mind get them to succeed in academic work....   [tags: Gerald Graff's article Hidden Intellectualism]

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I Teach An Urban School At The State Of Connecticut

- I teach in an urban school in the state of Connecticut. My school is one of the biggest elementary schools in the district, with about 1126 students in grades pre-k through eighth grade. I teach the Dual Language program fir first grade, the Spanish Dual Language side has 21 students; all of them are Hispanic, with 19 of them being English Language Learners. The English Dual Language side has 24 students, 9 of which are English Language Learners. I see both classes daily, the Dual Language English class for about 35 to 40 minutes and the Spanish class for about 60 to 65 minutes....   [tags: Education, High school, English language, Teacher]

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SMART Goals for Yourself

- ... In order to make this goal attainable, I need to make sure that I am setting aside specific times to study, as well as making sure to never miss an assignment that is due each week. After this step comes whether or not the goal is realistic. It is important to believe that the goal is something you really can achieve. Seeing that I have already gotten an A in classes that I have taken, shows me that I can accomplish this goal, if I keep working at it. Last comes time bound. For this particular goal, my time frame is the amount of time it takes in order to complete the next 6 classes....   [tags: specific, measurable, achievable]

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History And Language Arts : The Pinnacle Of School Achievement

- ... Flash forward to the summer of 9th grade and I had just received acceptance into St. Thomas Preparatory School. This school also offered a math test to determine which math class you would be placed in. This time I studied extremely hard the week leading up to the test. When my results from the test arrived, I was overjoyed to find out that I had placed into the highest math class St. Thomas offered to high school freshman. Without my experience of failing a math test in 5th grade, I would have never changed my habits....   [tags: High school, Educational years, Mobile phone]

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My Life At The Ghetto Junior High School

- ... I used marijuana, snorted crank, and was sexually active by age 13. I was suspended from school multiple times for throwing a desk at a teacher, kicking the stool out from under neither the principles broken leg, of course fighting, lots of fighting. I loved my life, so I thought then. My dad and step mom were bikers and dealing methamphetamines. We would go to the drug deals and parties with them and knew how to straight shot tequila, play pool and make a drug deal before I was out of junior high....   [tags: Family, Stepfamily, High school, Ugly sisters]

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Analysis Of ' Worland High School '

- ... Along with that, it’s totally awesome how I could be doing the problem right on my test make a minor mistake and get the answer wrong and still miss the whole problem. I love that she can’t see that I was on the right track and give me partial credit like most math teachers. Obviously, Worland High School is outstanding for its awesome teachers. Secondly, the amazingly short lunch breaks are perfect for the students. We get out at 12:07 and by the time you go to your locker, maneuver your way out of the building and then find your car its 12:12....   [tags: High school, Education, School, Teacher]

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Can You Ever Escape Those High School Labels?

- ... She also argues that “Judging and being judged have always been an unofficial part of the high-school curriculum.”(Dailey) She says that high school is where labels seem to be more acute and long lasting. I would say labels seem to remain longer lasting when they start in elementary school. No matter how big or small of a school students attend labels still exist, they are a part of most student’s school experience. To me high school and is where the students prove the labels right or wrong....   [tags: Education, High school, Teacher, College]

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Graduation Speech : The Culinary School

- ... Price ranges of culinary schools can range from $20,000 to $100,000. There are programs at some so you can study abroad. For instance Le Cordon Bleu have campus’ in Malaysia, Paris, London, Mexico and more. The price of going to Le Cordon Bleu in Paris is 45,000 euros which is equivalent to 49,693.50 U.S. dollars. By some culinary school can be a very valuable asset, others not so much. Eater.com stated “Though Besh acknowledges that culinary school (and especially a high-end one like CIA) may not be necessary to a cooking career, he argues, “Through great education you can gain through these scholarships and mentor ships then you don 't have to settle anymore....   [tags: High school, School, Education, Teacher]

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Personal Note On High School

- ... I was slowly turning into something I never wanted to become: a hipster. Well, that is a bit of an exaggeration. It’s not like Michael J. Fox and Teen Wolf transformation but the changes I made that year made me feel better inside. I was becoming who I am today. Oh yea, I’m a junior now. This is the big leagues. At least that’s what I thought it’d be like. I specifically remember being pressured to play football that year. Everyone kept saying that I should play alongside my brother. I refused....   [tags: High school, Secondary school, Middle school]

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A Study On The School Day

- Lawrence Middle School consists of 7th and 8th graders, totaling 600 students. The school day is from 7:45 am until 2:34 pm, consisting of six, sixty-minute blocks. The students have a math and a language arts class daily, science daily for once semester and social studies daily for the other semester. There are A, B, C, D, and E days, as well as red and white days. The students’ schedules vary every day. Students are offered three languages: Spanish, French and Chinese. In 7th grade they take every language, and in 8th grade they have the ability to choose which one they like best to take....   [tags: Teacher, Education, School, High school]

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The Charleston County School System

- The Charleston County School system is a microcosm of different approaches to Kindergarten through 12th grade education. Charleston County has one central school district that governs over the entire county, which includes rural areas such as Johns Island and more metropolitan regions such as Downtown Charleston and the Peninsula area. Different areas call for different approaches to education as different socioeconomic groups favor different methods of teaching. Helping to strengthen urban schools is something that Meeting Street Schools have been doing in South Carolina for since 2008....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, High school]

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Making Smart Choices For The Local Gym

- Welcome. Here is some great news for you if you want to get in great shape again without spending hours in the local gym with a bunch of over-sized guys half your age: You can do it. The fact is that just because you are a bit older does not mean that you have to resign yourself to a spare tire around your middle and lonely weekends at home. Of course, you will have to make some changes in your lifestyle in order to achieve this. That doesn 't mean eating rabbit food or anything else so extreme....   [tags: Nutrition, Fatty acid, Muscle, A Great Way to Care]

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Using The Smart Goal Setting System

- ... However, if I decide to return for my MSN, it will be as a CRNA. My goal has always been to perform anesthesia as a nurse in the operating room (OR). Therefore, if I choose to return to school in two to three years, it would be in a CRNA program. In order to apply for a CRNA program, certain admission requirements must be met. According to East Carolina University’s (ECU) Nurse Anesthesia Program, applicants must have graduated from an accredited college with at least a 3.0 BSN GPA, as well as, an acceptable Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score....   [tags: Goal, Time, Term, Academic dress]

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Smart Move: Gardner's Intellegence Types

- I have never thought anything of my type of intelligence until we started discussing two psychologists theories about different types of intelligence in class. According to Sternberg's triarchic theory of intelligence, I feel my profile would fit more in the analytic intelligence and slightly in the practical intelligence. Sternberg's analysis of analytic intelligent people says, "They often are considered to be "smart" students who get good grades, show up in high-level tracks, do well on traditional tests of intelligence and the SAT, and later get admitted to competitive colleges" (Santrock, 2013, p....   [tags: personal analysis and reflections]

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Skinny or Smart

- Skinny or Smart Would you rather be skinny or smart. This question hits young girls across America. Today many of our young Americans are losing weight to essentially be more “beautiful.” I use the word “beautiful” carefully because beautiful is not what is on the outside, but the inside is where it counts. Yes, some girls are naturally pretty and smart, but what some people don’t realize is that some of those girls are not eating and not exercising to get the body that they would like. This paper will focus on the young girls that are coming unhealthy to supposedly get the body they would like to have....   [tags: social issues]

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The Day Of High School Student

- Being the average high school student, I always wanted to succeed. Failure was not an option in anything I did. It was just how my mom raised me, to be just like her. My mom would always say, failure will never overtake if my desire to succeed is strong. During my senior year of high school, I decided to challenge myself by taking my first AP class, AP Literature. Albeit, I completely dislike literature, but I wanted to push my boundaries. I dislike literature because of the reading of sophisticated novels and sometimes I didn’t understand as well as the other students in the class, but I wasn’t going to let that deter me....   [tags: High school, Middle school, College, Education]

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The Importance Of School As An Agent Of Socialization

- ... I recognized that I actually wanted to do well in school, not just having fun. I started to make friends with the people that were praised a lot by my teachers and peers. My teachers and my best friends helped and motivated me both emotionally and intellectually and shaped my identity. This group of friends belonged to a social hierarchy that exists within my high school. In my opinion, high school social hierarchy is a ranking of how involved each student is within that school. Within my school’s social hierarchy, there are six rankings: the popular group, the acceptable group, the average group, the neglected group, and the controversial group (PBS.org)....   [tags: High school, Sociology, Education]

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The Time Spent on Technology and Teenagers

- Everywhere you go, teens seem to be glued to their phones, tablets, or computers. Technology is an addiction that does not seem to be going away any time soon. According to the Washington Post, teens can spend up to seven or more hours on their digital devices a day and the usage is still increasing. Not surprisingly enough, more than a third of all teenagers own a cellphone, ranging from a smart phone or just a plain old-school flip phone. But can spending all that time on their computers and smart devices be such a bad thing....   [tags: internet, computer, smart devices, education]

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My Experience At High School

- My transition from adolescence to adulthood was shaped through most of my high school years. I have two siblings a sister several years older and brother 1 ½ younger than me, he has always been my best friend. My father told my brother and I that we only have each other and to rely on each other. My ninth grade year of high school was the first time that I had to stand alone without my brother. I was nervous and excited not knowing what to expect but looking forward to such an important milestone....   [tags: High school, Secondary school, Tenth grade]

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Graduation Speech : Middle School

- [Document subtitle] There comes a time in every modern day preteen’s life when they have to go through this traumatizing, dramatic, and awful experience called Middle School. It’s one of the more challenging transitions I’ve ever faced. We go through hormonal changes, class changes, freedom changes and overcome new experiences. Middle school is that place where they throw you to transition through that awkward stage. I find it to be absolute hell and a general pain. But it’s within all the hell, drama, trauma, pain and crap that we all take that prepare us for high school and lets us truly find ourselves....   [tags: Teacher, High school, College, Middle school]

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Why Do Good High School Students Struggle With College Level Writing?

- Why Do Good High School Students Struggle with College Level Writing. Or Why Do They Sound So Smart and Write So Dumb. They need to transition from seeing college writing assignments as different than high school homework. “Why are you writing. Because I have a paper due tomorrow.” In college, students are expected to write because they have something to say on the topic, something worth communicating. First year students do not understand that most of the struggle and/or productive challenge of college-level writing is finding an approach/stance/position to the topic....   [tags: High school, Writing, Writer, Writing process]

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My Experience At High School

- When my grandfather arrived in this country from Greece as a teenager, there was a strong educational concentration on learning a skill and getting to work. This was the case for many young people back then who were not either wealthy enough, or smart enough, to attend college. In recent generations, there has been a push for young people to go onto higher education. There is a school of thought who says that there are too many young people attending higher education and that the job market would be better served by a greater focus on vocational training....   [tags: Higher education, High school]

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School And Society : Historical And Contemporary Perspectives

- Schools have evolved constantly throughout the years starting when they were first created, to our present day. Society has been testing multiple schooling styles to try and find the best form to benefit all students equally. In the reading assigned in class from the textbook, “School and Society: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,” I agree with Orestes Brownson’s assessment that Horace Mann’s plan for common schooling and establishment of normal schools was undemocratic, because it did affect our free society as a country, produce conservative teachers and the board did have influence on what books should be placed in school libraries....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, High school]

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An Ambitious High School Student

- ... Not all colleges cost money to go to, infact West Point is completely funded by the military and if you are accepted you go for free. Why then, don’t millions of students travel to New York exclusively to attend this prestigious university. Because merit. You must be accepted into West Point in order to go there for free and you have to be accepted into every other institution in the U.S. in order to go to them. If college suddenly becomes affordable for everyone who wants to go, colleges will raise their standards or choose more qualified applicants....   [tags: University, College, High school]

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The Importance Of Teaching High School Students

- ... “As part of their academic preparation, candidates for certification in content – area specializations must have completed the courses required for the appropriate academic major” (“Content area requirements”). In order to get the desired certification, one must complete every required course. This matters because it gets you one step closer in getting the bachelor degree one needs to become a culinary arts teacher for high school. If one desires to be a culinary arts teacher for high school they must be friendly, good with kids, and be organized....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, High school]

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My Year Of My Public School

- ... Best friends went to the same private college for the social activities rather than academics. The peer pressure within this group was from one member to another. The pressure was to look like the other people in the group and to be seen together socially, to be the life of the school and the events of the school. Though peer-pressure you could be pressured out of the group if you did not keep up the proper role of the group. For example, honestly, if you got fat or started hanging out with the wrong people, such as, just one of the bad group that could have done it....   [tags: High school, College, Secondary school]

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Photography Skills From Middle School

- ... He gets ready and heads to school at seven in the morning he calls David and tells him to get ready now so he can go and take picture where every he gets the idea of something for his class. He goes outside and sees David still half asleep and notices this weird butterfly flying around his yard with these light blue wings and takes his camera out and takes a picture of it standing still on a flower. It fly’s away and he is happy that he spotted it because he took a picture of it flying away and knew that it would get him a decent grade....   [tags: High school, Time, College, School]

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The Lesson Plan For The School System

- Ask any student that is wandering around what words they would use to describe school; the answer will most likely be that it is mind-numbingly boring. Getting an education isn’t inherently uninteresting, but the way that it is taught can lead a student to believe that it isn’t worth their time. It appears to be that the causes of student’s uninterest are lesson plans, the idea that what they’re learning is meaningless, and the lack of freedom involved in the school system. The lesson plans that teachers think of for their students can be at two varying ends of the spectrum for an individual student....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Lesson plan, School]

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High School Memories Without Limits

- High School Memories without Limits In Junior High School, teachers made high school seem like some form of torture and neglect. I received a lot of attention in my advanced level classes, but that would change. During class, the instructors would babble on for an hour and a half with few announcements of upcoming assignments or time for questions. Popular upperclassmen took over the clubs and spirit groups. We had a tiny advantage during election time for class officers or homecoming if no one knew us....   [tags: High school, College, Middle school]

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Graduation Speech : High School

- Most people would say that prom is one of the most anticipated events that seniors in high school look forward to. However, I never gave much thought about going to prom mostly due to the fact that I was really shy and unconfident. Still, my friends would constantly ask whether or not I was going to attend prom. I would always tell them “I don’t know” every time, but since it was my senior year, my friends pressured me with guilt, saying that I would regret not going to our final high school dance....   [tags: High school, Thought, Lunch, Mind]

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Graduation Speech : High School

- ... But I wasn’t perfect. I found it hard to prepare myself for truly hard exams and to read more than a couple of pages for any type of assignment. However, once it had ended, that was no longer the case. The dual credit program offered at my school with Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) was not only challenging, but it was also a great way to prepare us all for the level of difficulty we would see one we graduated. Now, TAMIU’s work wasn’t on nearly the same level as UT, but it started to slowly get us used to the amount of reading and preparation we would need in order to excel in college....   [tags: High school, College, Academic term]

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Healthy Than What Is Served At School

- ... "..but exposing children to healthy foods is critical for acceptance. Be patient and offer healthy foods. They will be forming healthy habits that last a lifetime!" The transition to middle school can be very difficult for some children. It is most likely the first time they would have switched schools and fitting in becomes important. A child needs the guidance of a parent here most. Most middle schools serve al a cart options along with healthy options at lunch. So, this becomes a time where preteens have to make smart choices that will benefit them....   [tags: Nutrition, High school, Middle school, Health]

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Graduation Speech : Attending High School

- At first when I was attending high school I never thought that it would be as difficult as it was to complete and get my diploma. As one would say at one point when I was attending high school I got off track in my life. It wasn’t until then that I realized that I had to change my whole attitude about my education. I had to find the motivation and the desire to apply myself in my classes the way that I should have been doing so all along. A factor that didn’t help was that I wasn’t disciplined enough to really know how to apply myself when it came to my school work....   [tags: High school, High school diploma, Graduation]

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High School Vs. College

- The Transition For most people, life has a seemingly generic series of events. From birth to death, life is often thought to be a string of standard moments, laden together in a string of monotony. For others, on the other hand, each day can be an adventure. The transition from high school to college is one such occasion where one could easily become lost in the sameness of those around them. Yet for those who can see the beauty in the differences and respect the similarities between the two; high school and college can easily be exceptional learning experiences in their own right....   [tags: High school, College, Higher education]

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Graduation Speech : High School

- When students graduate from high school they are expected to mature and become more independent in their lives. Some students in their late teens feel they cannot take on the responsibility that college brings. They may not be financially prepared for the cost of college or they just want to take some time to themselves and figure out who they are and what they want to do. Gap years are a dedicated year after high school when a student spends time either traveling, working, volunteering or just maturing....   [tags: High school, College, Youth, Gap year]

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Hamlet is Too Smart for Himself

- Why Hamlet is Too Smart for Himself Hamlet only kills Claudius when he has also murdered the queen, Laertes, and has also poisoned himself. It takes a threat of death to do what his own dead father orders him to do. A largely held opinion is that he is to emotional to do it, but it is when his emotions all come together that he murders Polonius. Another opinion is that he to full of morals to kill, but how then can he alter a note and literally sentence two old friends who were just following orders too death....   [tags: English Literature Essays]

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So, How Smart are you?

- So, How Smart are you. If I could give you anything…anything you wanted at all, what would it be. For many, the immediate response is: “I want to be smarter!!!” Why smarter. If you are very smart, what do you do with all this smartness. Is there such a thing as being too smart. My younger brother, Ian, is a fourteen-year-old junior in high school. Clearly precocious for his age and stature, there are many who envy his ability and talent to understand academic concepts with relative ease. At this tender age, where most fourteen-year-olds are simply entering high school and trying to adapt to their awkward teenage bodies, my little brother is tackling the challenges of college applications, re...   [tags: Narrative Intelligence Education Essays]

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Smart People are more Successful in Business and Life

- Visionaries and deep thinkers have walked the earth since the beginning of recorded time. Their guiding principles concerned evolution of consciousness toward wisdom. Increasing wisdom consciousness defeats the abstract societal label known as "average". Simply stated, we are all born with potential to become smart people. Smart people are generally great achievers, successful in business and family, and positive of mind. They have trained themselves to squeeze every drop of brain juice within, to make manifest their unique gifts and talents without....   [tags: Intelligence]

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Teen Romanance is Not Smart

- Teen Romanance is Not Smart       Do teenagers today have their priorities in the correct order when it comes to dating?  More and more often, it does not seem they do.  Some teenagers these days spend too much time focusing on their "romantic" relationships instead of the things that should be more important.  Teenagers who are in serious relationships do not care as much about school, their families, or their jobs.  These teenagers seem to forget everything that should be important to them.      School should be a very important priority for teenagers.  In high school, teachers try to prepare young people for what lies ahead in life.  That includes going off to college and...   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays Young LOve]

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Anti Intellectualism : Why We Hate The Smart Kids

- School is a frightening place. It is broken down into multiple social ranks, and many children find themselves at the bottom. With children trying to work their way to the top of the food chain, the actual learning portion is either set aside or forgotten altogether. In Grant Penrod’s essay, Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids, he explains how modern children are growing to dislike intellectual children. The varying social ranks teach children to ignore low grades and try to be popular in school....   [tags: Intelligence, Intelligence quotient, Intellectual]

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Leadership Smart Goal : Wound, Ostomy, Continence

- Leadership SMART Goal: Wound, Ostomy, Continence Nurse Certification As the healthcare system advances, so too must the nursing field become more advanced within its practice. It is not just enough to become a Registered nurse these days. Healthcare and technology has evolved to produce a smaller, more interconnected world, healthcare costs have increased, which in turn has created organizational restructuring and change in practices; thus, allowing the need for nurses to develop critical thinking skills and take on leadership roles....   [tags: Health care, Nursing, Patient]

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How Smart Phones Are Changing The Way We Bank

- ... Clearly, 94% smartphone owners worry about losing their phones, but only 6% worry about "security issues related to their smart phone 's access to financial accounts". In addition, the frequency of checking and using the phones is fairly high, and people almost use their phones in every case, such as while in bed, on the toilet, during a meal and even during religious service. I think I can use the information in this article to write about the influence and negative effects of using smartphones in our lives....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone]

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Multiple Intelligences: Howard Gardner

- Everyone thinks intelligence is being smart and that it is inherited, but what if intelligence also refers to skill. Each person is embodied with intelligence, but it might not be the intelligence that you see in school by form of tests. If you can’t see these intelligences by tests; then how do you know if you have an intelligence. According to the website Multiple Intelligence (MI)-Howard Gardner (2014), Howard Gardner is the man who came up with the idea of multiple intelligences and he describes intelligence as “the ability to create an effective product or offer service that is valued in a culture,” while the traditional definition as from Merriam-Webster dictionary (2014) defines inte...   [tags: smart, skills]

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Reflection on My Smart Measure Assessment Results

- Everyone has a different way of learning things; I like to think that I am a more visual learner. However, the smart measure assessment has brought to my attention that I may actually have multiple ways of learning. The assessment has actually informed me of a lot of my strengths in each section but the sections that caught my attention are Learning Styles, Reading Rate & Recall, Technical Competency, and Technical knowledge. Throughout my years in school I have always caught on to a new topic after seeing some sort of example accompanying the lesson, which is why I would consider myself more of a visual learner....   [tags: learning, reading, technical]

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Analysis Of The Text ' How I Got Smart '

- ... Another example of exaggeration for a humorous effect appears when he explains how little effort he used to put into school. “Presenting my report card for my father to sign was like serving him a subpoena” (Brody 153). This hyperbolic simile compares his report card with a court order; a silly way to express dreadful grades. Brody’s use of incongruity in the story adds shock value and interests the reader. He dedicates himself to impressing this young girl and after every conversation he comments on its effectiveness and his obvious approval from her....   [tags: Comedy, Humour, Humor, Defence mechanism]

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Ethical Issues Assignment: Use of Illegal Smart Drugs

- The primary ethical issue that is present in Augustine's case is whether or not to take the Adderall from his friend Ralph in order to concentrate and study for his midterms. There are many mitigating factors that go into this particular issue, namely Augustine's tendency to slack off in his schoolwork and classwork. Taking the Adderall would start a very unhealthy trend of continuing to reward laziness in favor of taking drugs at the last minute to power through. He would not be honestly rewarded for hard work that he had done....   [tags: Critical Thinking Essays]

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Analysis Of The Article ' Against School ' By John Taylor Gatto

- ... Some kids could be either forced in a class or forced to go to school. In Gatto’s eyes, both the students and teacher are to blame. Gatto’s grandpa once said that, if you are bored you should blame yourself, not others. The teachers and students can both strive themselves to do better, and be better people. This system is just like any relationship, without the other half working fully both won’t survive. Gatto had a personal relation. He was on sick leave and when he came back he was terminated from the position....   [tags: Education, School, Teacher, High school]

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Should High School Athletes Be Banned?

- What happens to a school when its athletics are expelled. Many people would assume nothing significant would happen, but they would be wrong. Schools would lose a major source of monetary support from local businesses, and the school’s student body would diminish greatly. According to school administrator, John Roberts, students will lose motivation to come to school, or transfer to schools that have sports to properly motivate them (42-43). High school athletics are beneficial to the students that choose to participate in them....   [tags: High school, College, Learning, Education]

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