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The Importance Of Homeschooling And Public Schools

- ... Homeschooling hours of classes are not set at a specific time. For example, a child can do their math assignment at 10:00pm on a Monday, and then they can do it at 3:00pm the following day. The schooling can happen year round, or from August to June with holidays and summer breaks. A parent states on this one website that, “Each family should create their own schedule that meets the unique needs of their children” ( That quote proves that homeschool schedules vary depending on the parent....   [tags: High school, Education, Teacher, School]

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Whats Going Wrong In Public School

- What is going wrong with schools. There is a lot wrong with schools, and easier question these days is, What's right with schools. Sadly the list would be shorter. The public school system in America today is sadly lacking, not just in the field of academic achievement. Children are, in effect, risking their lives by attending school. Critical attacks from disturbed students are spreading like a plague. Every year, there is increase in the number of students who give up education after high school and start working in minimum wage jobs/unskilled jobs....   [tags: Education]

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School and Violence in America

- Each day millions of children across the United States go to school to learn, but instead they come face to face with violence generated by their peers, from minor things like trash talking to more major offenses such as dangerous situations involving weapons and bullying. School violence is a worldwide problem that is unpredictable, making it difficult for researchers to narrow down it's causes. The violence has become more of an epidemic as time continues to progress and it varies on the type of violent offenses that occurs depending on several factors....   [tags: violent behaviors, robbery, attacks]

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New School Nutrition: A Dictatorship

- ... Without Coffee House, we would not be able to print our Literary Magazine and lose our principle objective for the class. In addition, the policy will not only limit school organizations, it will also limit the school board as well. A small drop in student participation in the school lunch program could cause a year end deficit in profit. Already, the USDA has reported a 3.2 percent decrease in the average participation in school lunches. There is also the added cost of retraining the employees to put a strain on the already tight budget for school lunches (SANDRA)....   [tags: obese, restritions, healthy]

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Red Ink: Try Using a Different Color for Grading School Papers

- Red is the general color used for grading papers in school. Students are raised with red ink being the mark of failure. With all the negative thoughts it brings, red ink can be very detrimental to the growing mind,slowly leading to depression or even worse. Because of this, red ink may be one of the worst serial killers ever known to man. Yet, despite its wicked habits, schools continue to use it as their number one grading tool, encouraging this negative spiral to keep spinning downwards. Teachers tend to use red pens when grading and editing homework and tests....   [tags: psychological effects of teaching tools]

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Technology Is Evolving Today 's Society And Hershey High School

- Technology is evolving everywhere. Hershey High School is a school moving towards a more technology based learning style. Almost all the students are using technology in classes....   [tags: Technology, Education, Hershey, Pennsylvania]

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Reviewing my Smart Measure Test Scores

- Reviewing my SmartMeasure Test scores I am surprised to know, my study strategy is logical. And according with the results, it also reports that visual, physical, social, and verbal are also a high percentage of my learning strengths. Solitary and aural are the lowest percentage, which mean they are a weakness. I need to work harder on studying longer for shorter periods of time. The reason I think studying longer but having many interruptions helps more is because you get a break in the material and you come back 10- 20 minutes later and test yourself....   [tags: personal reflections]

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Handwriting Instruction on School

- Handwriting is a means of expressing language, just like speech. However, handwriting is not taught in school as much as in previous years. In the past, handwriting was taught as a precursor to reading and spelling. Today, students of all ages are rigorously tested on their writing skills, yet they are not allowed the time it takes to develop this skill. I remember writing in a Big Chief notebook, holding a chubby pencil, trying my best to make the curves and lines of the letters just right. When I attended elementary school, the teacher devoted at least forty-five minutes to handwriting each day....   [tags: Education, elementary education]

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Comparing School Districts

- The article gave a great account of two Ohio school districts; one, Olmstead Falls Intermediate School, classified as a “High Performing” school that wanted continued growth and the other, Start High School, classified as needing “Continued Improvement” both embarked on the Framework for Improving Leadership set forth by the state of Ohio. The Framework set for an emphasis for adult learning focused on effective leadership, shifting from traditional leadership, positive leadership as the means for improvement, and including standards, training and supportive conditions for leaders....   [tags: Article Review]

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My Primary School

- My Old Primary school is a state primary school this is a free to attend school but you must meet a set of criteria to be eligible. Child must be registered as a dependant. Child must live with you. You must show you can accommodate and support your child financially. (online) There are a few more regulations that may have needed to be met by certain families. Generally if you could not afford to pay for your child's education then your child went to a state school. Location My old Primary school was based in Northampton, it was surrounded by house which formed a border around the school field, we had two major parks near the site it had one main road for entry which gener...   [tags: Autobiographical Assignment]

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Story About The School For Supernatural Youngsters

- The name - is Audriyana Reyes. I know I know. Humongous first name and tiny last name. Weirdest combination ever. That’s exactly why I insist everyone call me Yana. Yana Reyes. Easy and simple even though my life is anything but that. Anyway, moving on from names, I should mention that I’m no ordinary person blabbering about unimportant stuff. If you’re not smart, (and I mean it), I highly suggest you stop reading this RIGHT THIS INSTANT. I, and the rest of my league, come from an extraordinary school that no one has ever heard of....   [tags: Fiction, Machine]

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My Goals And Goals For School Assignments

- ... SMART goals can be met in various ways for this specific goal it will help guide me to stay within my timeframe in order to get into my stem field. Reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad was a defining moment for me. The book explains how people work for money y are going to school but never realizes that the money can be working for them. The education system is the main reason why so many people struggle financially. Creating multiple streams of income is a long term goal that was developed by the end of reading this book....   [tags: Goal, Management, Goal setting]

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Should Cell Phones Be Allowed? School?

- ... “And when it comes time to get back to classroom instruction, Halla simply has the students remove their earbuds, put down their phones, and focus on what he’s teaching. After all, not all learning can be done digitally—but Halla says that teachers have to adapt to the changing times and find a way to successfully incorporate these devices into their own classrooms.” (Graham). Though it seems to be the most reasonable decision to change, it’s not as easy at it sounds. The more traditional educators do not appreciate the complexity of the internet and mobile devices....   [tags: Mobile phone, Personal digital assistant, Motorola]

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Public School Reforms

- Public schooling systems today are hindering, rather than helping, the creativity and individuality of high school-aged students who are looking not only for their future, but for themselves as well. What needs to be changed in order for students to get the most from their high school education. Much research has gone into this, resulting in differing opinions, multiple methods of change, and thousands of other questions. Some researchers feel that too much class time is spent forcing students to learn advanced science, math, and language arts; others believe that these same classes should be the main focus of schools in order to increase intelligence....   [tags: Education]

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High School Girls

- Both my parents are zoologist and I've been homeschooled my whole life so I can go wherever there were takes them. When I was four years old we move to Africa I researched. After twelve years a living the bush country of Africa their research is finally over seven moving back to the United States and settling in Evanston , Illinois, where I will be attending North Shore high school. As I walk to my first class I wasn't sure what to expect when you buy high school or the things I seen a movie. I didn't know whether everyone was going to randomly burst into song and start dancing and elaborate dancing sense starring the basketball team and the smart new girl, or if there would be spit balls an...   [tags: personal narrative]

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The Essentiality of School Club Web Sites

- Every school club should have a web site. The Internet is a colossal, extensive, and globe-spanning apparatus in our lives. You can find indications of the Internet everywhere you turn. According to Centerspan, a comprehensive source of transplant information, the Internet is a “worldwide collection of computer networks, cooperating with each other to exchange data using a common software standard.” It is so immense that there are approximately 2 billion Internet users according to the 2011 statistics of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU)/Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Indicators database....   [tags: Education]

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Observation Article On School Age Child

- Rosalinda Ramirez Observation #3 School age child It was a very nice experience interviewing Lupita an eight years old girl that attends to third grade in Calistoga Elementary School. Lupita lives of low-income apartments with her father, mother, and two siblings. Lupita’s father works in winery and her mother is a housewife. L has one brother and one sister. Her brother is five years old and her sister is two years old. Lupita was very intelligent and polite to answer all the questions that I asked about her house, family, peers, school, and general....   [tags: Sibling, Mother, Family, Parent]

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Reflecting On Those Adolescent Years

- Reflecting On Those Adolescent Years Throughout my elementary years I had been at a privileged predominately white private school. When I was twelve years old, I made a switch from private school to public school. Because of this, I spoke proper English. I had not noticed it until I started public school and was immediately teased for ‘talking white.’ This always frustrated me because you can not speak a race therefore, their insult did not make sense. Secondly, how can you ridicule someone for speaking properly when it is not wrong or incorrect....   [tags: High school, Middle school, School types]

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Indian Trails Middle School Experience

- Introduction I was given an assignment to go to a school for 15 observation hours. While arriving, I was introduced to the observing teacher and all my questions were answered during our meeting. She explained to me what was going to happen in these past few days and treated me like I was a co-worker instead of a stranger. She gave me a tour of the school and while we walked we had a friendly conversation. At Indian Trails Middle School most of the children are Caucasian, but there are many African-American children, Hispanics, and many other nationalities....   [tags: teaching practices, learning tools]

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Chazz and Anya: School Teenager Story

- Looking over her homework and shuffling her deck, a medium statured girl who instead of wearing the girl’s uniform for the academy, wore the male’s uniform. Her white colored hair cut to match the length of her father’s. The girl’s blue eyes bareliy left her papers as the teacher cleared his throat to catch her attention. “Anya Kaiba… I do hope you were paying attention and not just doing your own thing.”A blonde haired male teacher growled. Anya didn’t hesitate with her response. “I’m sorry, I didn’t know you were saying something important…What was it you were saying Doctor Crowler?” Crowler glared and turned to another student to pick on....   [tags: Tomboy, Crush]

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Contributing Social Factors That Have Brought Me

- ... This went on throughout elementary school, and then it continued. In middle school, my classes were still filled with the same people as they were in elementary school. Why?-Because we were now “the honors kids”. We were in pretty much every honors class available at school and we took them all together. This trend continued into high school, where it was drilled into our heads that we are the “cream or the crop”, the ones who will be valedictorian, and the ones who will go to the best universities....   [tags: High school, College, Middle school]

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African American High School Students

- saying they don’t get enough credit for raising their child. Lorde et al (1993) finished it off by proving that the way a son is raised determines if he or she is going to have a successful future. In the following paragraphs, I will be explaining and disproving society’s stereotypical view of African Americans. African American high school adolescents believe that schooling is a must. Johnette Atkinson McCain (2013) did a study of 8 African-American high school students who are participating in an early college academy program....   [tags: African American, Black people, Race, White people]

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Smart Kids Do Stupid Things

- I will be the first to testify and, despite my obvious bias, I still believe that I am completely accurate when I say that my parents are the best that any kid has or will ever have. My mother, though, regardless of her efforts, repeatedly made a fatal error my upbringing; she never learned that, despite her trust in me, any adolescent boy left idle and unsupervised for any length of time will eventually turn to no good. Such was the case on a particular August afternoon. August, for any grade-schooler, is without a doubt the most despicable of months....   [tags: Personal Narrative, essay about myself]

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Shanghai, China And The United States Educational System

- ... Same as comparing the United States to Finland, Shanghai has a set curriculum where the U.S. does not. In the U.S. a child may be in a class with up to thirty children or some classes may have ten children. When it comes to Shanghai they have on average fifty children in each classroom. Teachers in Shanghai have a tendency to only teach one subject because they teach such an in depth classroom course. Teachers assign homework that’s takes the children in Shanghai hours to do every day (“Shanghai”)....   [tags: Education, High school, School, Teacher]

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Writers Talk About Their Own Experience

- ... Rose also adds on about when he was in school he was the smart kid who got close to the wrong group of people. Instead of him giving out a positive impact on other kids since he was the smartest, they had a negative impact on him. By his sophomore year, he had become almost completely bad. Rose describes his class in a negative way by stating, “The vocational track, however, is most often a place for those who are just not making it, a dumping ground for the disaffected”(185). When he says that he’s bringing himself down that way, there is no sense of motivation....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, High school]

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Personal Statement On The Survival Mode

- ... That summer was the last time I saw his side of the family or my three older half-sisters until I was over 30 years old. You’re Rude in Middle School I have this theory that middle school pretty much sucks for everyone. We are all flailing around, awkward and insecure, trying not to stand out. Nobody knows who they are, who they want to become, or who they will be and it becomes this emotional stew of self-doubt, hormones, and confusion that causes you to be rude to anyone and everyone at one time or another....   [tags: High school, Teacher, Education, School]

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Sex Education: Helping Teenagers Make Smart Choices About Sex

- Imagine that you are a parent of a young teenage girl, and she has returned home to tell you that she is now pregnant, or maybe you have a son who has contracted HIV, perhaps you even know a young child who has been abused by a significant other. That teenager will now have to face the consequences of these events for the rest of their lives, consequences that could have been avoided had these teenagers had proper sex education. To many, sex education is a sensitive topic, and because of this students do not receive the essential information that can help to protect them....   [tags: Sex Education, argumentative, persuasive]

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When Do Students Have The Right To Drop Out of School?- Drop Out Age Should be 18 or Older

- Most teenagers if asked will say that they hate school. Some of them hate school so much-- that they are willing to do without it for good. This poses the question: “When should a student have the right to drop out of school?” Is there such a thing, as being too young to drop out of school. I think so. Although I believe that someone who is sixteen is old enough to drive and have a job (which are two big responsibilities) is somewhat responsible, they still are not old enough to make a decision that will impact the rest of their life (for better or for worse)....   [tags: argument, teens, Education]

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Teenagers Intertwined with Technology and Social Media

- ... An example from the article mentions, “Texting and emailing and posting let us present the self we want to be. This means we can edit” (Turkle). Social Network profiles are never the real person. The profile is always edited to how the creator likes. Real conversations helps others know other people better. A person never tells their feelings. It’s always the spur of the moment idea. “Theses days, social media continually asks us what’s “on our mind,” but we have little motivation to say something truly self-reflective”(Turkle)....   [tags: smart phones, internet sites]

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The Boondoggle of Vouchers and School Choice

- The Boondoggle of School Choice The summer before my freshman year of high school, my suburban school district decided to implement a new school choice program developed for the state of Massachusetts. It is a program-limited choice similar to many others around the country. Schools offer a certain number of spaces in each class for "choice students," that is, students from other towns who wish to attend the school. Students apply and enter a random lottery system. If they are chosen, they become legally-enrolled students at the new school....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]

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Celebrating Nutrition Month at a School

- Nutrition Month Celebration Last July, Life College has a celebration for Nutrition Month. The program runs like this: In the morning, the students have a food fair, each level decorated their booth and sell cuisines. Elementary students sell nutritious food like fruit salad, pancit, eggs and etc. assisted by their parents. 1st year class was assigned to cook Seafood cuisines, 2nd year for Asia cuisines and 3rd year for World cuisines. While the food fair is on going, chosen grade 1to 4 students participated in Poster Making Contest....   [tags: Health Nutrition Pyramid Diet]

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Technological Takeover in our Society

- Unless you have lived under a rock for the past 30 years, chances are that you own at least one personal computer or other electronic device. Everywhere you turn, you find an electronic device being used by someone. Technology has been so deeply integrated with our society; some even consider it "odd" to be without some kind of peronal electronic device. But computers aren't restricted to personal use; computers have also been laregly integrated into classrooms as well. So with the ever increasing use of technology, there begs the question: what is it all worth, is it even helpful or necessary....   [tags: Technology, Smart Phones, Communications]

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The Debate Over School Uniforms

- The Debate Over School Uniforms Context In some countries, e.g. Britain and many Caribbean states, it is common for school pupils to have to wear distinctive uniforms identifying them with a particular institution, especially to the end of compulsory education at 16. In others, e.g. France, the USA, it is rare for uniforms to be worn, although some private schools may retain them. In both situations the desirability of school uniforms remains controversial among students, parents and educationalists....   [tags: Papers]

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Benefits of Wireless Devices in the High School Classroom

- ... Research done by Loraine Jackson at California Polytechnic State University shows that thirty-five percent of students find handheld technology useful for access to power points used by instructors, forty-one percent find it useful to have access to search capabilities, and sixty percent of students surveyed said using mobile technology was advantageous when taking notes in class. Since the students were using wireless devices in their classes, they possessed constant access to the power points used in class, and it was substantially easier to search and reaffirm their knowledge while taking notes by being able to look at the power points while in class and also ameliorating their unders...   [tags: technology, education, tools]

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The Effects of Intelligence Theories on Motivation, School Performance, and Learning

- Most children possess either a fixed or a malleable theory of intelligence. A child’s beliefs about intelligence have an enormous impact on his or her learning. According to Dweck (2007), some children believe that intelligence is a fixed trait and that they possess only a certain amount of it. This belief is known as the entity theory of intelligence. Other children believe that intellectual ability can change and grow with increased effort which is known as the incremental theory of intelligence....   [tags: brain, education, intellectual ability]

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The Impact of Stereotypes on Teens at Point Loma High School

- The Impact of Stereotypes on Teens at PLHS 1.)Stereotypes and racism have always been an issue in this and many other societies.Teenagers are commonly the most impacted by stereotypes, not unlike most teens at Point Loma High School. To further analyze this, my class read “How a Self-Fulfilling Stereotype Can Drag Down Performance” by Shankar Vedantam, a science correspondent for NPR. In his informative article, Vedantam discusses how research proves that self-fulfilling stereotypes can drag down many individuals’ performance....   [tags: race, test performance]

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Inspiration High School Football Team in Remember the Titans

- ... He has been nominated as the Best Supporting Actor in the movie “The Postman” (1998) and came 3th place in Best Supporting Actor in “The Mothman Prophecies” (2003). Even tough he has not won many awards, he was still a really good choice. I couldn’t imagine anyone playing it better.(IMDB, 2000) Ryan Hurst was playing as the team captain who did not like the idea of being mixed with black players but changed his opinion later in the movie, he has only won a Satellite Award in the category of Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for “Sons of Anarchy” (2011) but he stayed in character in a all times and expressed his emotions like we were...   [tags: captain coach, award]

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Why Students Cheat

- Everyone has cheated on something at some point in their life, whether it is in a game, on a test, or in a relationship, everyone has done it. Cheating is anything that involves breaking a rule, or getting an unfair advantage. Schools are one of the most popular places people cheat. Many people down play cheating and use excuses like, “He shouldn’t have let me see his paper,” or, “I am just using my resources wisely.” But, what causes people to cheat. Students cheat in school because of laziness, high standards or pressure to do well, and misunderstanding....   [tags: Cheating in School]

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Practicum Reflection : Elementary School Working With Mrs. Lauer

- ... This type of classroom environment encourages life to be lived in the present, “where life in school is life itself” (Ayers, 45). Mrs. Lauer’s classroom was filled with positive messages and fun posters that encourages learning for all of her students. Having this inviting tone, the students can nourish their imagination, knowing that anything is possible if they just set their mind to it (Ayers, 45). In Mrs. Lauer’s class, there are not many minorities. It is a fairly average, mostly Caucasian, small town class, with about 25 kids per section....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Social class, Intelligence]

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Private Schools Vs. Public Schools

- With growing competition in the job market, parents are assuring their child receives the best possible education. Private schools are continuing to grow in popularity throughout the 21st century. Private schools better prepare students to succeed in the college. Private schools have a different setting that makes students feel more accepted and comfortable. Private schools have small classroom sizes compared to public schools. Small class room sizes are extremely important in education. Small classes force the students to actively participate in class....   [tags: Private school, Teacher, Independent school]

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Why Education Is Not For Everyone

- ... My uncle managed to get a job in a private company in Las Vegas Nevada as a plumber earning 150,000 dollars a year and he managed to learn English within a year. Until this day his family is nothing but proud especially because he became the first and only Hispanic to work for the company. It was clear my uncle showed street smarts individuals are intelligent. But as a low income book smart student I know how hard school has been and it upsets me knowing there are people who did not go through the same struggle and are simply earning the same amount of money I would be getting once I graduate college....   [tags: Education, School, Learning, Student]

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Improving The Youth For Adulthood

- Although funds are being cut from Texas public schools, it has not kept the state of Texas from increasing the demands of standardized testing. Over the last several years, Texas ' public schools have chosen to sacrifice valuable classroom time, once designated for meaningful teaching and learning, at the expense of fulfilling state-wide testing requirements. Due to increased pressures set by the state for each school to meet established score standards, students are spending a tremendous amount of classroom time preparing for high-stakes tests, instead of being allowed the opportunity to gain and improve upon critical thinking skills essential to enduring the challenges of everyday life....   [tags: Education, School, High school, Standardized test]

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Education And The Learning Process

- Education and the learning process are like baking cupcakes. The ingredients of reading, language arts, math and science are measured and carefully blended to produce a smooth, rich, smart, and balanced batter. The batter is then poured into each student cake cup, a little at a time. It takes approximately eight or nine years to fill the cup, but be patient and continue to pour the batter in a little at a time. Finally, the individual student cakes are ready to be baked. When the cupcakes have cooled, they should appear well-rounded from carefully adding the batter a little at a time....   [tags: Education, Learning, High school, Secondary school]

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Utopian School

- Utopian School My Utopian School If I was able to create my own school, and was able to select every student, every staff member, all members of the faculty, class sizes, curriculum, and everything and everyone that has to do with effectively running the school, then I believe that the utopian school would consist of the following. I believe that the students that would be enrolled in the school would have to all be of the same or around the same abilities and intelligence, I believe that if students are around other students that are at about the same level, it is easier for them to learn and score better....   [tags: essays papers]

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Multiple Intelligences

- Multiple Intelligences In Howard Gardner’s Frames of Mind, he proposes that there are seven main areas in which all people have special skills; he calls them intelligences. His research at Harvard University was in response to the work that Alfred Binet had done in France around 1900. Binet’s work led to the formation of an intelligence test; we are all familiar with the “intelligence quotient,” or “IQ,” the way that intelligence is measured on his test. This type of IQ test was used as the basis of another one with which most of us are familiar: the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), which is taken my most college-bound high school students....   [tags: Intelligence IQ Smart Intelligent Essays]

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Should Students Have to Pass Standardized Test to Graduate?

- Should Students have to pass Standardized Tests to graduate. One time I heard a teacher at my old high school tell a new teacher that their job is to teach to the test and nothing else. I did not really know what she meant, but I knew something about what she said sounded very wrong. I thought why are they just teaching us how to pass the test instead of just teaching us what we need to know. Later I found out that whether or not I graduate depends on passing the test. The idea of standardized testing to say whether or not students graduate is a bad one....   [tags: high school knowledge asssessment]

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Being Gifted And Gifted Education

- ... v. M. School District ( • K. K. v. Pittsburgh Public Schools ( • Susan v. Wilson School District ( • Warren G. v. Cumberland County School District ( 3. Pennsylvania’s “Highly Qualified Teacher” (HQT) HOUSSE program, allows experienced teachers to demonstrate subject matter competency in the core academic areas in which they teach through the documentation of a total of 100 points....   [tags: High school, Education]

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A Vision Of Teaching And Learning

- ... Mentor leaders are essential to support the learning and teaching goals, as changes in administration will still allow for the vision to move forward and sustain over the long run. My experience is that programs, which are being pushed top down often does not work because there is no buy in from all stakeholders. The lack of people involved often lead to issues such as jet pads integration without piloting cause a lot of confusion among teachers. My experience of transitioning through five administrators in a period of five years, the vision of learning and teaching has changed from one administration to the next because there is no consistent vision and goals that can be sustained....   [tags: Teacher, Education, School, Building]

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English School Uniforms

- English School Uniforms School uniform is an extremely debatable argument. Schools love it and many pupils despise it. There are several good reasons both for and against the wearing of uniform, some pupils say that the uniforms are cold and irritating. They also feel that uniform limits their own field of personal preference, as they find it hard to express their individuality other than through what they wear. Although many pupils would rather wear a clown suit than a uniform, it isn't just a plot by school to make pupils freeze and dull....   [tags: Papers]

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Teaching Teenagers About Safe Sex

- For many years now, individuals in all states have been attempting to teach teenagers about safe sex. Administrators have designed special classes and foundations worldwide in order to help out with this subject. As said by K4Health, “The term ‘condom’ first appeared in print in 1717, in an English publication on syphilis, although its origin still remains uncertain” (Stryker). The reason why schools should be giving teenagers condoms is because most teenagers do not tell their parents that they are sexually active....   [tags: school, education, condoms]

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My Spiritual Journey through Life

- ... On Monday morning I woke up one hour earlier than I normally do. I was excited to present my story to my classmates. My teacher liked the story, although a few of my classmates did not understand why I did not choose my mother instead. I did not have an answer for them, I was too young to understand the type of relationship I had with my mother, I did not understand she neglected me. After school I told my family the good news, I explained to them I did well in class; my mother did not seem to be happy with me, I believe she was jealous of my choice....   [tags: rivers, religion, school]

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School Dress Codes and Uniforms Are Beneficial

- School Dress Codes and Uniforms Are Beneficial Do schools really need a dress code. Just ask parents of kids who have to wear them and they will probably say yes. With the dress code policy parents would be able o save money on clothes for their children(Dress 1). This would be a big help for children with poor families who cant afford the proper clothes for them to wear. In addition, with uniforms these kids wont are looked at any different than everyone else because they will have the same dress attire....   [tags: Papers]

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Why I Am A Teacher

- Before I started this university course I had no idea how hard it is to be a teacher. I thought teaching was about imparting knowledge of the syllabus to students. I now see the tremendous amount of work teachers put in everyday, going far beyond just curriculum content. It takes a very dedicated lifelong learner who is passionate about making a difference in the lives of children to become a teacher. Teaching presents many challenges and complexities. To ensure students receive high quality education they deserve, Teachers must meet the National Standards and requirements and constantly reflect upon their practice to improve....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Pedagogy]

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High School Curriculum

- High School Curriculum When reviewing the literature regarding the past, present and future of educational curriculum, several main points seem apparent, namely that curriculum is cyclical, that a dilemma or paradox exists, and that curriculum must be looked at with a sensitive view. According to Lashway (1999) educators once saw educational reform as cyclical. Every ten years or so one could expect a public outburst followed by frantic efforts to mend a broken system. However, in the last twenty years there seems to have been a perpetual reform....   [tags: Education Argumentative Persuasive Papers]

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The Possibilities Opened by Learning

- I’ve always been the “smart one” of the family. Ever since I entered Middle School I’ve gotten A’s and B’s, so my parents and other family members called me smart and praised the grades I got. When they ask me why I did well in school I told them it was because I liked learning. That is my “secret” to my good grades; I love to learn. It’s just something about getting knowledge and being able to learn new things that makes me really excited. And learning, for me, doesn’t stop at the classroom. There is so much to learn from the people and world around me, and I plan to learn as much as I can....   [tags: school, history, teachers]

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The Very First Day of School (1945)

-   My mother took me to school on my first day. Mother had been telling me for weeks prior to the big day how wonderful school was going to be, so I was dutifully excited. She failed to mention that she was going to leave me with seventeen little strangers and one large lady. The large lady seemed to think that she was in control. I later learned that she was the teacher. She was trying to explain to Mother that I was not eligible to attend first grade because I would not be six until November of the following year....   [tags: Personal Narrative]

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The Evolution of Phones

- Cell phones were not the tools of communication that they are now (Klotz). Beginning with the simplest of technologies, phones have become more and more complex and are beginning to have an effect on people. People are starting to think that they need their phones (Argentine). Although many people have phones, they may not be as great as one would think. The invention of the telephone began with Alexander Graham Bell. He opened a school for the deaf and had the idea of transporting speech through wires....   [tags: smart mobiles, Alexander Graham Bell]

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Free Essays on Vouchers, School Choice, and Charter Schools

- School Choice and Charter Schools I am not so sure I am for or against the idea of school choice as much as the idea for educational equality. If school choice and charter schools are the way this country will gain equity in the schools then I am for school choice. I feel that the impoverished are not going to get the best education that is available to them in their area. If the town fifteen miles away is a much better school, both educationally and developmentally, then I believe that the student that goes to school A should have the opportunity to attend school B....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Topics]

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The African-American Population at Thornton Fractional South High School

- Thornton Fractional South High School represents a diverse school building in the South Suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. We consist of a traditional 9th through 12th grade building with the exception of busing students to the District 215 Tech Center for vocational classes. We share these resources with our sister school TF North. Although we consistently outperform TFN, we are behind the state averages on both the ACT and the PSAE. On the ACT, we are below the state average on the composite score as well as on all three recorded sub-categories....   [tags: Race ]

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I Am A My Favorite

- ... That was the last year and I had to go to middle school and again, the middle school that I attended was right here in Glendale. It was called “Toll Middle School” and I went there for about three years and everything went well with my language and I engaged with so many different individuals. At toll the only thing I loved about it was being about to participate in the cooking department. Although sometimes we would burn the cakes and everything it was still fun and I was very happy to be a part of a subculture at toll....   [tags: High school, Middle school]

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Rhetorical Analysis Of Mr. Graff

- Mr. Graff was very unclear in his intents of his argument of intellectualism, its ability to be applied to “street smart” topics, and why it is important for an academic scholar to solely focus on one or the other. I personally believe after reading his views that he does agree on the importance of street smarts in real world concepts, but any further than that we begin to see differently. It is very hard for a school system to cater to every student, in every aspect. It’s just not feasible; as many individuals learn in their own ways, at their own pace, and may have heightened interests in particular subjects that another student may not find so interesting....   [tags: Education, High school, College, Teacher]

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Does The Amount Of Schooling Measure A Person 's Intelligence Level?

- ... Some people don’t want to go to college because they are not interesting in learn or don’t want to waste their time in school, they want to give this opportunity to their sister or brother go to college. Some people can’t go to college because they have to take care their family like need money to support their family, so they can’t waste their money on schooling. However, all these situation made some people can’t go to school or college, doesn’t mean they are not success in the future. People who don’t go to college can faster adapted to the society and get job experience....   [tags: Education, Higher education, School, Learning]

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The Behavior At Grand Canyon University

- There is an enormous difference in socialization in the switch from high school to college. The agents of socialization in these settings are the teachers, students, and the school institution itself. Institutions set up the standard ways to transmit knowledge and skills to generations to meet society’s basic needs (Henslin, 2013). The teachers and students are the ones who socialize and the school provide the setting and environment in which they socialize. The norms at Grand Canyon University are different form the norms at my high school....   [tags: Education, Sociology, High school, College]

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Technology And Its Effect On Students

- Technology now a days is every where there is even wearable technology, but it still has a lot to show us. Since it came to every filed we had to see it in schools for student to use and for teacher to teach in a new and revolutionary ways. It is not easy to make technology part of every day school life, because it will change a whole generation and researchers had to make sure it would be positive for student to use the technology in class. In the resent years hundreds of these studies have been done and the results were mostly positive but there was a bit of negativity and teachers were worried about that....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Critical thinking, School]

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Uniforms Should be Mandatory in Schools

- Bill Clinton once said, “People will learn to evaluate themselves by what they are on the inside to evaluate themselves by what they are on the inside, instead of what they’re wearing on the outside, then our public schools should be able to require students to wear school uniforms.” Public schools across America are searching to improve safety, school belonging and also help parents save money & students save time getting ready. One way to improve these issues would be to implement a uniform policy....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive, school uniforms]

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Be Better Than You Were Yesterday

- Be better than you were yesterday I graduated from Springfield High School in 2012, I played 2 sports while there. I played basketball and football on the varsity level all the 4 years. I’ve earned a lot of achievements while playing sports there. When I attended the school I was a 4 year starter in basketball all-conference for both sports. I really enjoyed myself and time it was a great experience and it was good people around me the atmosphere was awesome. Being at that school really helped teach me not to mess around to take school seriously but most importantly the homework is most important it should always come first before anything as a student athlete....   [tags: High school, College, Springfield, Illinois]

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My First Person Who Changed My Life

- ... He is always cracking jokes and pushes himself at the university. Furthermore, he was very smart at school because my mom and dad told me that he was one of the top students always in the classrooms; furthermore, he is the first person in my family to attend college because my parents strictly made it a priority for him to go. Due to this fact, he had never complained about his education to my parents. Moreover, he even spent more time with studying. For example, when he would stop by the house he would tutor me or help me in my weak subjects and always be ready to help me whenever I have trouble....   [tags: Sibling, Family, High school, Parent]

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Money, What Does It Do?

- Money, What Does it Do. Does everything revolve around money. In a way it does. Getting an education costs money by going to preschool, elementary, high school, and going through college. First of all, parents have to worry about lunches, school supplies, school clothing, and the cost of getting an education. However, schools can receive grants and help from the state for certain items, but they still have to pay eventually for the students attending that school. Starting with pre-K, if the parents do not have the money to send a child to school, the child is looked down on and labeled when they start kindergarten....   [tags: Paying For School, Teacher Student Ratio]

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My Inspiration For A Future Career

- ... Every patient to him was like solving a Scooby Doo mystery. Sick kids were so young that, they could not always tell what was going on and parents were also at a loss for words. However, often times there were hints as to the illness. Arriving at a diagnosis from clues presented and then solving the mystery using science as a foundation became very appealing to me. The passionate way he explained medicine to me only motivated me to continue in his footsteps. Taking Biomedical Science courses in high school, and volunteering at a local free health care clinic for the underprivileged, taking their vitals, and seeing them progressively get better as they visited week after week gave me a...   [tags: Medicine, Physician, High school, Pediatrics]

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Testing : Test Anxiety Finals

- ... According to the psychology section on, test anxiety is “a psychological condition in which people experience extreme distress and anxiety in testing situations.” Not only can test anxiety damage a student’s mental health, but it can also hurt test performance and make it more difficult to learn. Test anxiety is different than being nervous for a test. A bit of nervousness can almost help a student perform better because they feel more mentally alert and on edge, and can therefore delve right into answering the questions....   [tags: Anxiety, Psychology, High school, Fear]

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Ethics Of An Ideal Organization

- In an ideal organization, be it business or education, leadership and ethics go hand in hand in order to create a culture of trust. Being a leader means that you have influence or power over a group of individuals and are guiding them towards a common goal or mission (Freeman & Stewart, 2006, p. 3). In educational settings the common goal tends to be multifaceted, ranging from student safety to community involvement to high achievement scores on local, state, and national assessments. Leaders can come in many forms and have different personalities and leadership styles....   [tags: Leadership, High school, Ethical leadership]

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The Definition and Functions of Smart Gird

- A smart grid (SG) is an intelligent electricity network that integrates the actions of all users that are connected to it and make use of advanced information, control, and communication technologies in order to efficiently deliver sustainable, economic and secure electricity supplies [1]. The high-speed, bi-directional, real-time, and integrated communications system is the foundation of SG [2]. In addition to counting and pricing in smart metering, one of its most prominent requirements is to support users in smart energy utilization....   [tags: smart gird, metering, eletrical device]

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The Grading System Of Schools

- ... I just want to pass a class so I do the bare minimum that’s required. This negative and lazy attitude has really hurt me. I haven’t really learned what I needed to, to be able to move on; so the next class is harder than it should be and I get even lazier. Just last semester I didn’t take initiative with my learning and it almost cost me in the end. In this class I just sat there and listened to the professor talk, I didn’t read any of the textbook past the first three chapters. I didn’t take any notes, I didn’t really take it seriously....   [tags: Education, Teacher, School, Grade]

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Compare and Contrast High School versus College

- High School versus College High school and college are very dissimilar. There are the main differences and then there are differences that aren't very distinct. These differences include homework, teacher-student relationships, and attendance policies. In this paper I will discuss the major and minor differences between high school and college. I will also explain why responsibility is a very important factor in high school and college. In high school most teachers will let you turn in your homework late if you give them an excuse such as, "I forgot it at home" or "It's in my locker." In college if you give your professor one of these excuses they will say, "Too bad." There are also a l...   [tags: Compare Contrast Essays]

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Another Phony Day at School by Holden Caulfield

- Another Phony Day at School by Holden Caulfield There's nothing I hate more than school. Wherever you look; the halls, the cafe; the classrooms, all you see is phonies. Always fixing their hair, wearing their perfect clothes and perfect shoes. Carrying their goddam perfect purses. They make the already terrible school day even worse. Even the teachers are phonies. All of them, especially my 4th period teacher. I don't even know her real name. We just all call her old Doc. Boy, did I hate her class....   [tags: Catcher Rye Essays]

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Year Round Schooling Should Be Funded

- ... Instead corporations divided it up, that is how schools get the longer, but shorter vacations in between the school days. With the school year not having a summer break and two or three weeks vacation many families could take advantage of the breaks and take vacations throughout the year. Taking vacation between in school weeks could help students not burnout as fast but also help with absences. Some students just do not like to go point blank. Year-round schooling does not just help students, but teachers as well....   [tags: Year-round school, School, High school, Education]

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First Day of Secondary School - Original Writing

- First Day of Secondary School - Original Writing I was so excited yet so terrified at the thought of my first day in secondary school. It felt much to me like my first day as an adult, the first day I ever felt grown up. As I packed my spanking new bag full of spanking new pens and pencils, I couldn't help but think would all the rumours about head flushing, bullying and heaps upon heaps of homework be true. I guess I was about to find out. Sporting my smart new navy blazer, white shirt and tie I slammed the door behind me and swiftly scurried to my friend Vicki's house....   [tags: Papers]

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Speech About My Year As A Student

- ... In junior high we go through the first stage of being mixed up. We switch and get mixed into classes with kids we didn’t even know the name of in elementary. You start forming into some kind of pre teen. We start turning into those little cliques and realizing if your families name isn’t painted on a sign in town then it won’t really matter anyway. We want to be something bigger, something bigger then their last names that are pasted on a big sheet of paper. Our paper was blank so far but it had something big in store for us....   [tags: High school, Secondary school, Middle school]

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The American School System: A Rough Road Ahead

- The American School System: A Rough Road Ahead There are many similarities and few differences between E.D. Hirsch’s “Why America’s Universities Are Better than Its Schools,” and Benjamin Barber’s “America Skips School.” The main purpose of both articles is to address the fact that Americans fall far behind in the scholastic accomplishment of their young students. Mutually, the two authors agree that American K-12 students learn more each day outside of the classroom than they do inside the classroom, and that the schools need serious reform....   [tags: Exploratory Essays Research Papers]

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The Importance Of Teaching And Our Education

- ... Also I take attendance of the homeroom class and submit an online attendance sheet to the office. One the homeroom class has left, the 7th grades enter the classroom. All three 7th grade class are very loud and immature so it quite hard to get lessons completely done. Most of the time I translate the lessons in Spanish to some of the students. I would either seat next to each one of them and work individuality. Other times, I would form a small group in the back and work together with the students....   [tags: Teacher, Education, High school, School]

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