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To What Extent Can It Be Argued that the Law Relating to School Exclusions Favors Head Teachers and Governors at the Expense of Pupils and Parents
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The author states that though the parents have rights to appeal against the exclusion of their ward from school and that the LEA helps a pupil to continue the study, following two points tilt the matter in favor of school authorities, the provisions of human right act 1998 and children act 1989…
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3 policies which promote positive pupil behaviour

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The School Standards and Framework Act 1998, Section 61 requires schools to lay down their behaviour policy in black and white. The policy elaborates on how the school promotes positive behaviour, excellent attendance and tackles absenteeism. …
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In relation to educational theory/research, consider how a pupils drama subject knowledge and skills are developed at KS3 in ea
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Development of Knowledge and Skills through Drama The National Curriculum mandates certain subjects to be included in the Key Stage 3. Incorporated in The Arts program is drama. This particular area can stimulate several skills and knowledge. Due to the elements of performances, pupils can express themselves in various avenues…
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Proper Planning and Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching
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In this paper, good teaching and its values to pupils shall be critically evaluated in the context of a primary school to explain how good teaching influences teacher-students relationships

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Effective Teaching Thru Being Pupil Centered: An Analysis

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This paper talks that today’s educator is faced with a classroom of diversity. Educators tend to teach in the style that is most comfortable for them. However, present day classrooms require the educator to prepare for and teach with the methods and styles best for students. …
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Proper Planning and Pupil-Teacher Relationships are Fundamental in Good Teaching
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This essay, Fundamental in Good Teaching, stresses that good teaching is a practice, it is an act and it is a process that requires utmost diligence, dedication, and talent to enable the children to understand the complexity of the information being passed by the teacher. …
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FILM STUDIES- remake of a silent german movie: blue angel
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The Blue Angel Name Institution The Blue Angel is a German movie made in 1930, directed by Josef Von Sternberg, and written by Karl Volllmoller, Carl Zuckmayer, and Robert Liebmann. Marlene Dietrich along with Emil Jannings and Kurt Gerron starred in the film…
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Critically examine the role of the mainstream school in the light of the concers and challenges for hearing impaired pupils

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The SEN and Disability Act 2001(DDA), launched in January 2002 a radical rectification of the Education Act 1996 which formalised the concept of inclusion of the formerly segregated disabled pupils to be integrated into the mainstream schools. It sought to enforce voluntary…
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How Formative Assessment Supports Pupils' Learning
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How Formative Assessment Supports Pupils’ Learning Assessment in the child’s learning process is important as it measures the extent to which the pupil has gained knowledge and understood a particular subject (Tuttle 2009). The nature and manner of assessment has advanced greatly over the years…
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Developing as a Teacher
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In contemporary education, learning involves not only cognition but, also affect, attitude, interest, and strategy use as well as quality of instruction (Alsop, Bencze, & Pedretti, 2005). Affect and attitude describe a pupil's emotion, feeling, and mood toward a fact or state and interest is a feeling that causes special attention to something…
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End of Module assesment work
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End of Module Assessment Work This paper will examine two articles named Problematising pupil voice using visual methods: findings from a study of engaged and disaffected pupils in an urban secondary school by Hilary Cremin, Carolynne Mason and Hugh Busher, and Inside The Primary Classroom: Examples of Dissatisfaction Behind A Veil of Compliance by Helen Fisher…
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Learning Objectives of a Lesson
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This work describes the learning objectives of a lesson analyses different types of the interaction between the teacher and the pupil…
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The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on Teacher-Pupil Interaction
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The paper "The Impact of Interactive Whiteboards on Teacher-Pupil Interaction" states that digital devices can not act as a quick fix in an academic scenario. To alter the modes of pedagogy, some fundamental changes need to be wrought out in teacher education…
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Personal Autonomy for Pupils in Schools
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This essay "Personal Autonomy for Pupils in Schools" discusses how autonomy encompasses activities or systems, which allow individuals to do for and by themselves to give "network”, “self-organization” and “closure” to the group of individuals…
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Should all pupils have the same opportunities or do some merit or deserve different opportunities
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This concept has been subject to legal, theological and philosophical debate throughout history. In accordance to most justice theories, justice is nonetheless an important…
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Counseling in Schools
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Counseling in Schools Name Institution Tutor Date Counseling in Schools Counseling can be defined as the provision of services for pupils with emotional, behavioral and social difficulties, and special educational need. There was a rapid expansion of counseling in schools during the 1960s followed by a subsequent decline (Ajmal and Rees, 2001)…
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Management of behaviour in secondary school

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As part of the review of three research or professional documents let us first review the document regarding the anti social behaviour in secondary schools. The review comprises of guidance and regulations regarding the anti social behaviour in secondary schools.
It is…
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School's Pastoral Structure and Pupil Achievement

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This essay presents pastoral care, as decisive to academic achievement as its successful implementation may be, which is patently an elusive subject to configure and bring together. Clarifying the concept may shed light on a better implementation of pastoral initiatives and pin down its imperatives…
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The School Exclusions in Britain
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The decision to exclude permanently from a school is a serious one. It will usually be the final step in a process for dealing with disciplinary offences following a wide range of other strategies, which have been tried without success. It is an acknowledgement by the school that it has exhausted all available strategies for the child and had used it as a last resort (DCSF 2008)…
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The Blue Angel - The Challenge of Silent Movie Conveyance
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The following review provides a summary and analysis of the 1930 movie titled "The Blue Angel" directed by Josef Von Sternberg. The writer of this review will briefly outline the main narration of the movie as well as investigate the hidden meaning behind it…
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How Can a School's Pastoral Structure Support Pupil Achievement

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This paper talks about Pastoral Care which is a characteristically British paradigm that in other Western cultures is restricted to a decidedly religious context. In the holistic sense of educating the whole person pastoral care ideally should fit seamlessly into the very raison d'être of the academic setting. …
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Education Law

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Mohammed Rahman Khan in placing his daughter Amina into secondary school in London, it is necessary to take a much closer look at the Disability Discrimination Act of 1995 (DDA). This act entitles students…
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Bullying at School

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Despite concern about violence by pupils on pupils and pupils on teachers in schools it is important to remember that, in general, children are far more often victims of violence than perpetrators' and that 'Schools can either be a force for violence prevention, or can provide an experience which reinforces violent attitudes and adds to the child's experience of violence
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Health And Safety At Work
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The paper '"Health And Safety At Work" describes that derived from the Health and Safety at Work, etc. Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the following is an example of three guidelines related to school health and safety…
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Planning, Assessment and Evaluation of Learning
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Planning, Assessment and Learning Customer name Instructor Introduction Teaching special children is starting to become a more challenging task as time passes. It is now greatly dependent on the ability of the teachers to provide quality education to the children…
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Making Provision for the Inclusion of Disabled Pupils in Mainstream Schools
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Disabled children in mainstream schools suffer from severe adjustment problems in practicing physical education and schools largely depend on inclusion programs for providing support for disabled children…
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Inclusion of Sen into mainstream schools
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Education is a very important activity that all people should engage in. The word education comes from the verb to educate, which means to develop mentally, morally, or aesthetically especially by instruction (educate, 2006). Hence education encompasses all subdivisions and subgroups of people…
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Teaching Assistant Duties
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The paper contains different tasks about education process for Teaching Assistant. The author lists the basic principles underlying learner development, as outlined in the Teaching Assistant's Handbook and gives the characteristics of the learners. The author also gives activity sample templates…
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Teaching Assistant's Handbook
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The author of this assignment "Teaching Assistant's Handbook" focuses on the study of learner development. According to the text, Zoe is a kinesthetic learner who enjoys practical activities which indicates that she has developed her learning through hands-on activities. …
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The 1988 Education Act
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The author of the"The 1988 Education Act" paper describes the impact this act had on the curriculum and assessments in state schools. The author also examines the concerns some people had about education in the 1980s which led to the changes proposed in the Act. …
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Assessment does not stand outside teaching and learning but stands in dynamic
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The most fundamental concept about learning cannot be made without the idea of teaching and assessment. Unskeptically learning is constructed and controlled by pupils. Without teachers’ willingness to engage with the curriculum and pupils’ developing range of cognitive competencies and experiences, learning cannot proceed…
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Parental involvement in 'homework' does it help children achieve their school based targets

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This belief has firm roots in the school improvement research initiated in the last two decades in the United Kingdom. The empirical evidence establishes…
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The Role of the Nervous System and Reflex Arcs in the Body
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1) The body performs numerous voluntary and involuntary activities all of which are controlled by the peripheral and the autonomic nervous system respectively.” The initiation and propagation of impulses in excitable tissues has long been considered chiefly from the point of view derived from the study of peripheral nerve fibers” (Bishop,1976) Conduction of nerve impulses along a neuron generates response to stimuli…
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Learning through touch - why children who are deafblind or multi-sensory impaired (MSI) are more reliant on touch or their tactile senses to experience the world
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The learning process of a multi-sensory impaired (MSI) child, such as a deafblind child, needs to be highly individualized and address the child’s unique ways of learning and his own interests. The deafblind child, like the multi-sensory impaired (MSI) child, only has…
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LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT ASPECTS OF TEACHER RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION: A CASE STUDY OF ZOE PRIMARY SCHOOL (*Zoe is a pseudonym)
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Living in an independent school boarding house, I have been able to reflect on some of the implications of the fast-changing access to and use of technology, and specifically the Internet. Over my fifteen-year teaching career in boarding schools I have witnessed the changing…
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Corporal Punishment on School
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Name Tutor Course Date Ban on corporal punishment on school Many individuals still take corporal punishment as a way of effectively teaching the children. Consequently, the argue may come on both sides, that is, either in support of the corporal punishment ban, or against the ban of corporal punishment as below…
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Judicial Review
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The claimant on and before 22nd December 2014 was a bonafide pupil at The Gladbury Grange School of address Gladbury Grange GD15 5BX. She had attended the said school until the said 22nd December, 2014 when the head teacher decided to permanently expel her on the grounds of…
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Virtual Learning in London School
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This research evaluates how virtual learning environment is being used in secondary schools to enhance teaching and learning. Also, the author seeks to explore senior leaders and teacher’s mindset in the capability of this system being used in helping to raise achievement and progress within the school community…
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Record Keeping in the Learning Sector
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The learning sector imperative to act in responsible manner forces the educator / teacher function to record all actions taken with regard to students or pupils. Only by maintaining thorough records of all learners will the right decisions be made with regard to their development…
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Violence in Secondary Schools and Colleges in Britain

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One of the major defies that teachers are to face in the 21st century is the dilemma of school violence. Teachers are warning that violence in schools is increasing enormously, saying one in ten that they have been injured by pupils and a recent survey revealing that classrooms are becoming more and more unruly, despite repeated government attempts to tackle poor discipline…
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Special educational needs provision
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The Education reform Act of 1988 marks an historic and radical revision of education in England and Wales based on an ideology starkly at odds with that which guided the system’s development in the previous four decades (Cor, 1996)…
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Legal Advice for Harry and Mrs.Tourniquet in Relation to the Accident that Led to Employment Dismissal
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People and organisations wanting to establish business in the UK are bound to follow legal obligations. This paper aims to apply the laws on labour and tort to a case involving a teacher and pupil. It aims to arrive at a concrete legal advice for the two parties…
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Behavioural Problems and Learners in Manchester Primary Schools
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In the paper “Behavioural Problems and Learners in Manchester Primary Schools,” the author focuses on the problem of disruptive behavior and its negative effect on learning. It is well known that behavior management is high on the UK education policy…
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The Role of the Bilingual Teaching Assistant
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This study “The Role of the Bilingual Teaching Assistant” is concerned with the immigration of individuals from other countries and the influences of these people have had on the educational system. The educational system has become compelled to make major adjustments in its curriculum…
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Collabrative working with parents and others
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Collaborative Working with Parents and Others Name: Institution: Collaborative Working with Parents and Others The rules and policies, laid down by the government cover a wide range of human relationships, including the family, religion, marriage, education and medical care…
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Education Reform
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Education reform during the post-war years entails a very challenging and period for British education. Faced with the social, political, and economic challenges at the time, the years between 1944 and 1976 marks an era where the goals of welfare state ideologies and system-wide comprehensive changes became the mantra of government policy…
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Global Positioning Systems in Education
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Since GPS receivers are emerging technologies, and geocaching is an emerging educational strategy, there is little, if any, formal research on these topics. However, there is extensive research on how constructivist learning environments engage students and enhance learning…
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Review of a school discipline policy
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At times such actions cause frustration to the teacher teaching a big class with different capabilities. Sometimes the actions of particular children interrupt the regular of the school or classroom for some…
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How Sensory Impairments Affect Gross and Fine Motor Skills in Children with Multi-sensory Impairments
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This paper discusses and explores the complexity of needs experienced by the multi-sensory impaired children and whether these needs have a direct impact on their gross and fine motor skills and their daily learning. …
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The Benefits of Drama in Education
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Creativity is crucial in the improvement and development of society especially among the developing children. I have ever applied the drama techniques in my teaching to help children develop through effective and proper learning skills…
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