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Book Smarts vs Street Smarts

In 2006, when five hundred dropouts were interviewed, they gave many reasons for leaving school. Forty-seven percent, almost half of the students interviewed said that they left simply because they found their classes were not interesting. I think that a main problem in today’s school systems is that they are not connecting enough with the…

Online Enrollment System

This part presents bodies of literature and studies which were sourced from various authorities in relation to the present proposed study about Online Enrollment System. Internet Enriquez (2013) states that in these days, effort and money are such vital things that have to be used very efficiently to have a satisfactory outcome whatever work is…

The Indian Education System Merits & Demerits

The Vedas, Puranas, Ayurveda,Yoga, Kautilya’s Arthasahtra are only some of the milestones that the traditional Indian knowledge system boasts of. There are evidences of imparting formal education in ancient India under the Gurukul system. Under the Gurukul system, young boys who were passing through the Brahmacharya stage of life had to stay at the Guru…



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The education system is meritocratic

The education system is viewed in many different ways by different sociologists. When talking about the education system sociologists are referring to forms of education where people experience secondary socialisation which is the relearning of the norms and values learned during primary socialisation in the family; it is also viewed as an agent of social…

Paulo Freire and Participatory Action Research

My experience with students has mainly been centered within community centers, alternative, and charter high schools. Therefore I have chosen to design a 10-week project for disadvantaged 9th grade students utilizing a select number of content areas such as English and History to actually be implemented in Summer 2005. The project is designed around a…

Inclusive education

Inclusive education describes the process by which a school attempts to respond to all pupils as individuals by reconsidering and restructuring its curricular organisation and provision and allocating resources to enhance equality of opportunity’. Sebba and Sachev (1997:9) stated. Hornby (1999: 152) states that: ‘Inclusion implies the introduction of a more radical set of changes…

Reflection on aims and learning from course Creative, Cultural and Social Education

When bearing in mind the needs of children, from nursery all the way through to secondary school many considerations need to be taken into account. It may be useful to reflect on Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, which can be divided into two main categories; survival needs including those which are physiological; need for food,…

The view that pupil subcultures are the key to understanding educational under achievement

Race generally refers to the differences in appearance and facial characteristics in particular It promotes the sense of certain characteristics being fixed and unchanging, and serves to justify the differential treatment of various identified ‘races’ because the supposed differences between them are presented as natural. Race is linked to moral, cultural and intellectual achievements thus…

Does “making a knowledge claim” carry any particular obligation/responsibility for the knower

Anybody who “makes a knowledge claim” must take responsibility for their claim, particularly if they are parents, teachers or a respected individual in society. Parents are largely responsible for early childhood learning, teachers are responsible for late childhood and adolescent learning, and leaders affect adult attitudes. In growing up, children are greatly influenced by their…

How did Directed Activities Related to Text come about

Traditionally secondary school pupils copied from the blackboard or from dictation to make a set of notes that they learned (by heart) for exams. However, copying things down is a completely passive task requiring little mental effort or involvement in the lesson. As comprehensive schools developed during the mid-1970s, classes became increasingly differentiated with some…

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