Thesis on Coaching & Teaching: The Conflicts and Challenges of Dual Roles

For grueling and long workdays, one of the best methods is coaching. However, role strain, role pressure, and role conflict might take place due to the contradictory and various demands of coaching. These factors may differ according to personal experiences and motivation for coaching. It has been indicated by evidence that roles of coaching are mostly focused by coaches. Continue reading “Thesis on Coaching & Teaching: The Conflicts and Challenges of Dual Roles”

Thesis on Dehumanized, When Math and Science rule the School

The key thesis of Mark Slouka of this article was a persuasive argument which indeed had severe concerns on the country and the individuals. The thesis was, that in American schools the humanities have lost out to science and math which eventually will have severe impacts on the future of democracy. Moreover, this article performs an analysis of the factors through which the factory-style and test-driven schooling were analyzed. Continue reading “Thesis on Dehumanized, When Math and Science rule the School”

Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal

Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal: Primary Prevention/Health Promotion 

Planning Before Teaching:
Name and Credentials of Teacher:
Estimated Time Teaching Will Last:

Location of Teaching:
Supplies, Material, Equipment Needed:

Estimated Cost:

Community and Target Aggregate:
Topic:

Epidemiological Rationale for Topic (statistics related to the topic):
Nursing Diagnosis:
Readiness for Learning:

Students’ express:

Learning Theory to Be Utilized:
Goal:
How Does This HP2010 Objective Relate to Alma Ata’s Health for All Global Initiatives? Continue reading “Community Teaching Work Plan Proposal”

Interview Analysis on Inclusive Education Practices

Subjective Discoveries

The subjective discoveries are displayed here inside six topics that rose up out of the meeting information upheld by scientific reminders in light of member perceptions. The subjects recognized are: down to earth perspectives of comprehensive schooling, upsides and downsides of comprehensive training work on, enabling the educators, educating and learning practices, enrolment and assessment frameworks, and social discourse for comprehensive schooling rehearse. Inside each topical class, a progression of sub-subjects is introduced. The subject pragmatic perspective of comprehensive schooling’ depicts the idea of comprehensive training, the requirement for comprehensive training practice, and view of comprehensive training after educators picked up classroom experience. In this subject, members likewise show the upsides and downsides of inclusive education. Continue reading “Interview Analysis on Inclusive Education Practices”

Research Paper on Impact Of Economy On Tuition Fees

The thought that arises from the literature highlights the communal factors that affect the performance of the student in the college which consists of external forces that are not related to the environment of the college or personal life of the student for example rates of unemployment. Continue reading “Research Paper on Impact Of Economy On Tuition Fees”

Assignment: The Practice of Religion in Public Schools

As a general rule Public schools are not permitted to carry out religious studies although teaching about religion in a secular context is not forbidden.  The Bible may be taught in a school, but only for its historical, cultural or literary value and never in a devotional, celebratory or doctrinal manner, or in such a way that encourages acceptance of the Bible as a religious document. “Teaching religion” amounts to religious indoctrination and practice and is clearly prohibited in public schools. A program intended to teach religion, disguised as teaching about religion, will is considered as a violation of the constitution.  In essence, there is an important difference between teaching religion and teaching about religion. Students must not be encouraged to accept or conform to specific religious beliefs or practices as part of their education. Continue reading “Assignment: The Practice of Religion in Public Schools”

Barriers to Continuing on to Higher Education

GED completers

GED completers looking to enroll in a community college often have multiple barriers that outside of the college environment. These barriers include his or her family support, work commitment, finances, childcare issues, and lack of transportation. These students also deal with internal environmental or institutional barriers. For example, they may have a lack of understanding about the college admissions process, such as filling out an application, taking a college academic proficiency test, and/or filling out paperwork for financial aid assistance. In addition, many GED completers experience low self-esteem during the transition process of going into higher education. Continue reading “Barriers to Continuing on to Higher Education”

GED Statistical Report

GED Diploma

The GED Statistical Report shows that 710,666 people tested and in the United States and territories, 498,000 people earned the GED diploma. With hundreds of thousands of people earning a GED diploma each year, why is it that there are even more people who are unsuccessful? In an attempt to answer this question, the study examined certain demographic variables related to GED graduates enrolled in classes in a community college in Southern California. Continue reading “GED Statistical Report”

Education Issues

Socioeconomic Status

While the US is still rebounding from an economic collapse, the need for adult learners to obtain careers that will support themselves and their families is vital to the recovering economy. In order for adults who lack a high school diploma to reach a certain economic status, there will be a need to further their education not only through adult schools but also beyond. Recent economic changes have left adults who lack a high school diploma in an unfavorable social and economic position. At the same time, research shows that completing a high school education and pursuing a postsecondary degree is key to economic prosperity and expanded social opportunities. Socioeconomic status is the biggest factor influencing dropouts’ decisions to enroll in postsecondary education. Dropouts from the top two-fifths of the socioeconomic ladder are more than twice as likely to enroll in college as those from the bottom one-fifth. Continue reading “Education Issues”