Education and school

Dear Mr John, Education and school is a very important part of a child’s life. Getting good GCSE results can decide what a person can do as a future job. Getting good grades can open up jobs such as doctors and lawyers. On the other hand, if a student does not get the best of Read More

Education is vital

“I know how you feel! I’ve experienced the same way as you because I used to hate school so much, treading going to school and didn’t feel confident but I have learnt the hard way. You teenagers should have fun but you teenagers may think education is not worth it but trust me at the Read More

Barking and Dagenham College

Barking and Dagenham College is a further education institute which offers vocational and academic courses to young people and adults. It is fully equipped with learning resources to aid students during their course of study. It offers high level teaching, state of the art facilities and a wide variety of subjects. Barking and Dagenham College Read More

The interactionist view of education

Interactionism is a micro theory that focuses on the interactions that take place between people on a daily basis. People build up pictures of others and apply labels categorising them possibly being influential towards that person’s behaviour if they are aware they are being labelled. Interactionists are concerned with teachers applying labels to their students Read More

What ways social class impacts on educational experiences

Education is an essential part of an individual’s secondary socialisation. It teaches and encourages children to learn and conform to the norms and values that are expected of them in their particular society. In Britain, pre industrialisation, an education system didn’t exist. However, with the rapid expanding economy there became a greater necessity for specialised Read More

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 Read More

Potential effects

Through education we will be able to have the opportunity to have better job. However, if the individual is educated he/ she will then have the chance to encourage their children to go to school. Lack of education will lead the individual to be unemployed. This is because they might not have the right skills Read More

Continual Professional Development in Education

I did work experience at Booker Park School for behaviour and learning difficulties for over two months and have seen and found out and learnt many examples showing the staffs Continuing Professional Development. At Booker Park School there are 175 students and 132 staff. Teaching staff usually have very good qualifications and experience, which includes Read More

The Issue of concern Can Culturally Competent Curriculum Affect Students’ Perceived Self-Effcacy

According to Jack O’Connell (cited in Mangaliman, 2007), California state superintendent ot public instruction and based on the 2007 Standardized Testing and Reporting program (STAR), Santa Clara County has the best overall rating In the state with regard to standardized test scores. Though this may be true. African American and Latina/o students within this county Read More