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Schools Competency

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In the paper “School’s Competency” the author examines the competency of a school, which should be judged on the bases of its larger capacity for facilitating and promoting the overall personality development of its students, which happens to have varied additional aspects besides academics…
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Change Plan at Marwah School

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This document serves as a report for the management of Al Marwah School, Abu Dhabi, for considering implementing a change plan to improve the student performances in the various subjects. Scores in the different subjects for grades 1 to 3 for Al Marwah School are analyzed against the same for all girls' school, schools in Abu Dhabi educational region and schools under Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC)…
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WAIS-III Assessment. Psychological tests
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Emma's full scale IQ score is 104. This is the score for the verbal plus the performance. This means that she has average intelligence, as average intelligence is marked by scores between 90-109. The score may or may not be meaningful as an analysis of her overall performance. …
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Nutritional Knowledge amongst community pharmacists
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Table of Contents Table of Contents i Acknowledgment ii Abstract iii 1.0. Introduction and Literature Review 1 2.0. Methodology 18 2.1. Research Instrument 19 2.2 Pilot Testing 20 2.3. Data Collection Procedure 21 2.4. Data Analysis 22 3.0. Results 24 3.1…
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Atypical Language Development Can Impact on Childrens Literacy Learning
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The paper "Atypical Language Development Can Impact on Children’s Literacy Learning" highlights that the literacy learning impairments that children with SLI suffer are largely correctional and can be improved with the introduction of the right forms of intervention (Goldin-Meadow, 2005)…
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To What Extent Can Implicit Theories of Intelligence Be Considered a More Effective Predictor of Educational Success than IQ

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"To What Extent Can Implicit Theories of Intelligence Be Considered a More Effective Predictor of Educational Success than IQ" paper states that, traditionally, psychologists and educationalists relied much on IQ as the best predictor of academic success among students…
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Balanced Safety Scorecard for Saudi Schools

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In the paper “Safety Balanced Score Card for Saudi Schools” the author provides designing plan of a Balanced Score Card (BSC), which requires a through understanding of the structure of the organization, processes and hierarchy of people, in this case of Saudi schools.
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NCLEX-RN article review
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TITLE: NCLEX-RN® success: are there predictors. By: McGahee, Thayer W., Gramling, Lou, Reid, Thomas F., Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research, 15380696, July 1, 2010, Vol. 10, Issue 4 Database: CINAHL Student success on the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN®, hereafter NCLEX-RN) examination is of paramount importance to both nursing students and nursing schools…
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Individual Personality Profile of Human Resource Management

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 The first section of this paper contains the results of Personality tests, namely “Big Five Personality Model,” Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Self-monitoring test, and  RIASEC test. The next step includes presenting these results in such a way that the reader can understand and draw an overall picture …
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Formative and Sumative Evaluations

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The world is fast changing. Scientific and technological discoveries are dominantly setting the trends in almost all aspects of life-in engineering, medicine, business and financing and others. With this change in the phase and face of life, one thing that should be able to cope with it so religiously is the scope of education.
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IMPROVING ASSESSMENT STRATEGIES: AN ACTION RESEARCH STUDY OF TEACHER PERFORMANCE REVIEWS

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Jason, references listed above are cited in the text, but are not listed in the references. Please add the correct the citations and add them to the reference list. Please do not delete the citations from the text, as per my editor. 1. Critical Examination of Candidates Diversity Competence Scale 2…
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No Child Left Behind Program

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In this paper, we will be assessing the reading progress before and after No Child Left Behind was implemented in cumberland county. We will have an introduction to the study in chapter 1. In this chapter we will discuss why this study was selected, we will have an statement of the problem and propose of the study and then we will have the definitions of the terms used in this case study and the used procedures.
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M.A. Forensic Psychology Comprehensive Examination
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For the purposes of forensic psychology and corresponding treatment, it will be necessary to conduct a number of assessments on JR. A lifestyle assessment will be necessary first and foremost before any therapeutic interventions are prescribed (Rotgers & Maniacci, 2006, p. 52)…
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The Effect of PeerTutoring and Computer Assisted Tutoring on Standardized Math Scores

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My action research study will investigate the effects of two forms of mathematical tutoring. The purpose of the study is to discover the best available strategy to aid Raul Yzaguirre School for Success (RYSS) students in the improvement of their standardized test scores for mathematics…
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Cumberland County, Tennessee: Assessing reading progress before and after No Child Left Behind was implemented

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We will have an introduction to the study in chapter 1. In this chapter we will discuss why this study was selected, we will have an statement of…
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Principal Leadership Behaviors and Leader Self-efficacy Relating to School Performance in Elementary, Middle, and High Schools

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This quantitative study, Principal Leadership Behaviors, will attempt to determine if there is a relationship between the leadership behavior of elementary school principals in Polk Country, Florida as measured by Kouzes and Posner Leadership Behaviors Inventory…
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The cognitive theory approach
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The focus of the Cognitive Therapy approach is directed towards the manner in which a person’s thoughts and attitudes may affect his/her behavior. The theory is grounded on the premise that people develop negative perceptions about themselves, which in turn impacts negatively upon their behavior. …
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Education
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Most of the people usually have a misconception that good education equates to better opportunities in life. Almost everyone in the society wants to attend a good academic institution because of the notion that good academic institutions can provide quality education…
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The Influence of Postgraduate Education on Clinical Decision

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The paper "The Influence of Postgraduate Education on Clinical Decision" highlights that results both supported and questioned the practice of critical thinking among the participants. There was an apparent lack of specific factors of critical thinking among them…
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Comparing 2 Different School District's Evaluation Systems
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This paper 'Comparing 2 Different School District's Evaluation Systems' tells that teacher evaluation systems in the United States were mere bureaucratic exercises that did little to improve the performance of teachers. Starting 2009, more than two-thirds of the states have reformed the way they evaluate their teachers…
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Proposal to determine if standardized testing is an effective method to measure student learning
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Standard testing offers a basis for comparing students’ academic potentials, and according to Wood, Eichner-LeFrank, Wood, S., and Braus (n.d.) are valid and reliable. Approach to development of the tests, according to the authors, which include empirical testing and…
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Factors Affecting the Oral Communication Assessment in ESL Students

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Second language learners try their best to become accepted in the universities in both the United States and the United Kingdom in order to become globally competitive in their fields of study. However, they will not be accepted within these universities unless they have passed the English proficiency level that the university requires of them…
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Oral Communication Assessment in ESL Students
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In the paper “Oral Communication Assessment in ESL Students” the author focuses on the oral communication which involves the speaking ability of the person. One is expected to exhibit proficiency in oral communication such that it is one of the most common forms of interaction…
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Forensic Psychology
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1. Psychological Theory and Practice PART A Conducting an assessment to enhance understanding of Diego’s problems Introduction The actions portrayed by Diego, though unlawful and criminal, are highly behavioral and temperamental. In order to sufficiently explore and assess his actions, I would impose an assessment case…
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The effect of EDPA and FDPA on students' final examination results (You can change this)

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In modern time, education is not only the stepping stone for the future and knowledge but at the same time many parents consider this as the most important thing to get success and well established in the future professional life. Based on the marks scored in the examination the…
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Counseling Assignment
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Introduction: Therapist is a person who guides his clients through his or her troubled times and promotes well-being. Vicious self-defeating tendencies in the person are minimized and ebullient fountain of positive spirit is made to flow freely. A shift in focus on to his positive qualities initiates transformation in his outlook and translates into proper action…
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Midterm
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This study was initiated as a result of the concern about the bases on which science teachers in urban settings tend to stay and teach. Much of the research was conducted to investigate the rate of turnover among teachers in urban setting, but few researchers studied about teachers who stayed and taught, and the motivational factors behind their stay…
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Analysis of Medication Errors

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 This essay discusses an analysis of medication errors which is a large ethical and legal area in nursing specifically, as well as healthcare generally. The report is based on an analysis of medication errors submitted to the USP's tracking system…
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What Factors Contribute to a Successful Computer-Based After-School Programm for At-Risk Children in an Urban Middle School

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Considerable attention and resources have been directed to after-school programs, particularly those that serve urban students and even more specifically those that serve at-risk students in urban schools. …
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Organisational change/culture

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The Bolton Council employs around 14,000 people serving a diverse community of 262,000 citizens, living in areas that range from rural villages to town…
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The Recruitment and Selection of Sales Staff

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Recruitment and selection is one of the most important practices for the human resource department. The department has the overall duty of ensuring that an organization meets all its objectives in its operations and as far as human resource is concerned…
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Management and personal development
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This article will explore management and personal development under the following divisions: personality types inventory; learning styles index; VAK learning style; careers [prospects planner] test; time management questionnaire; Holland career interests questionnaire…
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The Potential of Student Portfolios in Radiologic Education

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In the paper “The Potential of Student Portfolios in Radiologic Education” the author analyzes a portfolio as a purposeful collection of student work that exhibits to the student (and/or others) the student's efforts, progress, or achievement in (a) given area(s). …
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Pediatric Physiotherapists Clinical Reasoning and ICF
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This work "Pediatric Physiotherapists Clinical Reasoning and ICF" describes understanding the application of ICF frameworks within the discipline of clinical practice with special attention to pediatric physiotherapy. The author outlines the ICF presents practitioners with guidelines on decision-making…
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The Influence of High-Stakes Standardized Assessments on Pedagogical Practices

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The author concludes that Evaluation in Pedagogical Practices has been the most important ingredient of education for scores of years. It is significant for each of the educators to assess reasons for assessment and to make sure their say-so is heard in defense of what is in the student interests…
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How to implement a dual language program in an established elementary public school

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How to implement A Dual Language Program in an Established Elementary Public School Name Name of Institution LITERATURE REVIEW Theory of learning First and Second Language Language is one of the most important skills a person can have; it is a comprehensive and powerful human ability (Gersten, 1999)…
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At-risk students attitudes toward schooling as related to achievement, attendance and bahavior
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By definition, at-risk students are expected to experience great difficulties with their schooling than students that do not exhibit at-risk characteristics. Numerous behavioral problems result in students being labeled at-risk. While there is research on school practices and…
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The Correlation of Gender in the Study of Intelligence

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The author states that whether it is the males or the females who are more intelligent is still uncertain. What is clear is that gender has no correlation to individual intelligence. Male and female brains are different in anatomical structure, and ways of processing and responding to stimuli…
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Critically discuss the view that gender is relevant to the study of INTELLIGENCE. Ground your answer in theory and illustrate w

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The Correlation of Gender in the Study of Intelligence Who is more intelligent, the males or females? This question has long been debated and critically analyzed by many researchers all over the world. To ascertain if, indeed, gender has correlation with individual’s intelligence, many researchers conducted investigations to find out any significant difference in the cognitive ability between males and females base on academic performance and intelligence testing tools…
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Grade Retention

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Grade retention is a common practice used by American schools. According to statistical results, "approximately 2.4 million children, or 5-10% of the school-aged population, have been retained each year" (Appleton et al 134). In spite of its apparent benefits, educators question "Is grad retention really that effective The price that many children pay for growing up in highly stressed home and community circumstances is academic failure…
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Value-Based Model Of Education

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Education is a moral and academic enterprise which can reach excellence. The whole spectrum of human values is affected by education. The paper "Value-Based Model Of Education" discusses how the basic values that provide meaning to our life are imparted through education…
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Research Project Assignment
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The testing also involves comparison of performance to a pre-established standard. The method has existed as a measuring instrument in the U.S for several decades. Standardized…
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Social/Cultural/Political Contexts of Education

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There are three research backbones used for this paper. The first one, is social theory or the utilization of theoretical frameworks. This is used to examine and analyze social phenomena (immigration) pertaining to a particular school of thought. Since the research primarily adheres to post-positivistic paradigms, the school of thoughts such as pragmatism and constructivism…
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Using Multiple Interventions to Improve Mathematics Achievement with Grade 8 Students
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The objective of this study is to implement and asses the effectiveness of the district approved mathematics program combine with multiple interventions that focus on the use of math manipulative tools among eighth-graders. An urban middle school in the southeast section of Mid-Atlantic city…
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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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Learning Disability in Students

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The selection of an appropriate research tool to address the proposed research problem is the most vital step in any social science investigation. Thus, this chapter provides different research approaches that could be chosen by the researchers towards the collection of the required information…
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Self-Assessment by using the Self-Assessment Theories
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The paper “Self-Assessment by using the Self-Assessment Theories” estimates the author’s ability to be strategically oriented, to translate strategy into action, to align people, to determine effective strategic intervention points, to display leadership wisdom, absorptive and adaptive capacity…
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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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Communication between a doctor and a patient

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Communication is imperative in facilitating health relationship between patients and medical practitioners. This involves demonstration of empathy on the part of doctors. Through this, they understand what patients go through and treat them with respect…
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Development and Importance of Childrens Skills in Emotional Regulation

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The essay “Development and Importance of Children’s Skills in Emotional Regulation “discussed different definitions of ER together with the developmental stages of ER which will be considered from infancy to adolescence, and also together with the consequences that can alter the numerous developmental stages…
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