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    The Educational Journey

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    The Educational Journey Education is a journey through the universe. The universe is enormous and seems to have no end. If a person wants to be truly educated, he or she must spend years in school studying both important and trivial information. The material in the solar system represents the years a student spends in school. The remaining space in the universe is the endless learning one does outside of the classroom. The sun may not be in the center of the universe; however, the sun is the

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    This phrase means to me that I have to assume responsibility for my own educational journey. First of all, I feel the need to learn and I enjoy the procedure. As a consequence, I take action and pursue any educational opportunity that arises, and when there is no apparent opportunity on the horizon, I try to create one. Since the need to learn is in my DNA, as a critically thinking adult I owe it to myself to do it the right way and to take as much as possible from every occasion. To do this, I employ

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    Throughout my education journey, I have had the opportunity to learn theories that have helped others including me in the past. Jean Piaget’s theory is a great example. Piaget’s theories have helped a lot of students overcome difficulty in learning. While I consider his theory to my knowledge, I have been given the opportunity to come up with my own personal learning theory that has been a big help to my learning experience. I am very encouraged because I have had educators in the past who have

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    My Educational Journey

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    a single parent home with two kids was going to be a difficult road to travel. As I began school I gradually developed my love of learning and used this passion to escape the difficulties of life outside the classroom. Though my earliest educational journey had resulted in me attending 6 different school, as I looked to obtain my High School Diploma, I continued working on my goal of going to college. By my senior year, I was still undecided as to which school I would like to attend for my collegiate

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    schools than being segregated in special schools because though they have special needs, they learn to communicate better with hearing individuals and can still attend special programs where teachers with special training can help them in their educational journey. Heather Whitestone, a deaf ballet dancer from Alabama, became the first Miss America with a disability, and Marlee Matlin fulfilled her dream of becoming a famous actress, despite her hearing disability. While many may look at these women

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    Philosophy on education

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    The philosophy that I feel the strongest connection to is Progressivism. In my educational journey the teachers that have made the most significant impact have been progressive. From K-12, I had two teachers who used the progressivism method and the lessons that I learned from them are still with me today. The progressive teachers express more individuality and creativity than others. Progressive educators relate material to real-life experiences that the learner can relate to. They generally conduct

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    Like Nelson Mandela said “ Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. Similar to our lives, our educational journeys are different from one another. My educational journey was a very complicated journey. My family and mentors supported me, so was able to overcome those obstacles. The biggest motivation that got me through this journey was my father’s courage and love for education. My father was a huge advocate for education. He always motivated us and encouraged

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    My educational journey started with a last minute decision that would lead me to places that I could never imagine. I chose a Technical High School over one of my states highest ranked High Schools. I felt a technical career over going on to college was the best fit for me. What I would discover is my plan would take me on a wild ride and send me down many wrong paths. During the summer of 2010, I had to make my decision on were I wanted to go to high school. I had two choices, Littleton

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    The Journey of Education My educational journey has been marked by many incredible teachers and (equally incredible) experiences. I am very fortunate to have been a student to some of the greatest, however sadly unknown teachers. My educational journey has been accompanied by teachers from all ends of the educational spectrum. I have had serious, inspirational and unorthodox teachers and teaching styles. It is my intention to illustrate my educational journey to the reader. My early experiences

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    An Educational Journey “Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family” (Strong n.p.). Anywhere a person goes, there are people demanding that people have a certain level of education. This makes wanting to get into a certain profession hard to do. By going to schooling you can get yourself and education, but by no means necessary do you get an education by going to school. But the question lies in how you go about achieving

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    The past couple of years have been a journey to say the least. I have made many mistakes over time and I’ve learned mostly from trial and error. Knowing that my goal was to graduate from a four year university proved to be insufficient. Looking back, it was merely a starting point. It took me some time to understand that having a goal and achieving a goal were very different. Understanding what distinguished them was crucial to making changes in my life. I initiated this change by adopting a new

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    My educational journey began in my country before moving to WA State (Redmond). I grew up in a large family with my parents and siblings. My father always encouraged me to do well in school and fulfill his dreams of being his future Human Rights Lawyer and he still does. During my learning experience as a kid, I was always prepared for school even though my mommy could not correct me because she didn’t complete her high school but luckily my father was able to help me out with my school works. I

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    My educational Journey has been overall a very good journey. My early elementary school years I felt was the strongest. I went to school where the majority of the student population were white. I never felt as though the teachers were giving me different treatment because I was African-American. I never felt as thou I was the child that everyone wanted to save because of my skin color. Not once did I ever feel out of place from my teachers. I will admit that I struggled with self-identity due to

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    We will be discussing my educational journey that talks about my endeavors as me being a student, and I’ll be writing my positive road of how my experience was with middle school, elementary school and finally high school, also I will be talking more about how I got inspired to be a great student and set a good example to my colleagues, after that I’ll be talking more about my current English level in college, and how I was picked into that class, and what are the reasons that made me join the college

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    the educational journey that I have encountered, I can certainly define it to be a learning roller coaster. I have had the opportunity to not only grow up in two different countries, but also educate myself these two different settings. Reaching up to the 4th grade in the Dominican Republic, and then establishing what happens to be the rest of my education in the United States, has made me explore all aspects of what now becomes my educational autobiography. To begin my educational journey, from

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    “How Life Changes by every minute My educational journey has been like a roller coaster. I have been in the worst spot of my life time. Where I hate going to school but, also think about my father education. My career goal is one of my most important in my life to better myself than I am today tomorrow I will better than yesterdays. My education began in fifth grade, my parents moved from one location to another. It wasn’t easy for me, because school was the first place I ever got to interact

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    The Start of The Children's Evacuation Journey Source Based By looking at both of the sources it is clear that both can be useful, though much depends on what you are trying to find out. Each source is very different, one is a picture taken as the event happened, the other a written account given long after the event. There are issues surrounding each and their usefulness and reliability. Source B has some obvious limitations, First of all we do not know why it was taken, was it government

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    they’ve already been asked once. She states that the hero usually, “receives a double call to adventure” (Signs of Life; 319). Asking the hero once for the sake of 2 others isn’t enough, it’s only when it becomes personal the hero takes action. In most journeys the hero “usually receives help” (Signs of Life; 319) and typically gets it mostly from “unusual sources” (Signs of Life; 319). You’ll find that most everything the entire movie of Baron Munchausen is unusual and that the hero himself is just as

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    Mathew and his Amazing Journey to Break my Heart “Look at how his hair curls down on his forehead! Isn’t that so cute?” I whispered to my best friend Jenny who was seated next to me. Jenny and I have known each other since we were in diapers with teething rings. I could predict what she would do or say; it was even found that I could tell what she would be wearing that day, without her even telling me. We were both exactly alike also; in love with Mathew Jackson, in love with NSYNC, in love

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    In the novel, A Journey to the Center of the Earth, author Jules Verne tells the fictitious story of three men and their adventures as they descend into the depths of the earth. The leading character in this expedition is a fifty-year-old German professor named Hardwigg. He is an uncle to the narrator, Henry (Harry), a simple Englishman. The other man is Hans, a serene Icelandic guide. Professor Hardwigg finds a piece of parchment that written in Runic in a book. Harry finds out before his uncle

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