Essay on Educational Psychology

Children with Dyslexia: Problems and Solutions

Dyslexia is quickly becoming one of the most common forms of learning disabilities in America. My personal purpose of conducting research on this topic is because my nine year old niece was diagnosed with dyslexia last year. The causes of all learning disabilities, not Just dyslexia, are either heredity or environmental influences. Among these causes, […]

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Dyslexia

Growing, developing and learning are the facts of life for all children. Each day children are faced with many new concepts and various challenges. Can you imagine how it feels for a child to face not only new challenges life has, but to face these challenges while living with a learning disability? These challenges are […]

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Teaching Assistant Level 3 Assignment 1

Hayley Simpson HAY851SI Teaching Assistant level 3 Assignment 1 Question 1 Give examples of how you would plan activities. Planning and preparation of teaching is supremely important, the teacher and teaching assistant need to work together to achieve the best learning result. Lesson plans and structures will be implemented and will be catered for each […]

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Educational Psychology

QUESTION 1 Education most definitely plays a key role in building the future of our nation but many learners are still lacking the fundamentals of a basic quality education. The South African Constitution Act was passed in 1996 and came into operation on 4 February 1997 [26] (Duma, 1995). Chapter 2 of this Act contains […]

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Use of Psychometric Testing

Companies’ Use of Psychometric Tests for Recruitment: A Review of the Literature Word count: 2995 PART 1 PART 1 Introduction This paper surveys the literature on the use of psychometric testing by employers as part of the recruitment process and considers the general usage by different types of businesses. Companies spend high amount of money […]

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Mentorship Nursing

The following assignment will be written in first person as it is reflective in nature. Bulman and Schutz (2004) agree that to learn from an experience practitioners should go beyond description and reflect on that experience. The aim of this piece is to reflect on my role as a mentor and demonstrate my awareness of […]

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Advantage and Disadvantage of Vertical Integration

The purpose of this unit is to assist the educator in writing objectives using a standard protocol. Objectives are not difficult to write if one follows the guidelines noted below. Instructional objectives are written for the student and they state what the student is expected to do following instruction. Objectives are specific, observable, and measurable […]

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Who Dares to Compare

Education has always been a part of our way of life since the beginning of time. Not every person is the same; hence the reason everyone learns differently. It all begins at childhood of course; from that parent, parent-like figure or school teacher. However, at a point in one’s life that sense of independence takes […]

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The Silent Way

The Silent Way On the years of 1960s’ the Audiolingual Method was under a strong challenge in the form of the “Cognitive Code” and an educational trend known as “Discovery Learning. ” These concepts most directly challenged the idea that language learning was all about mimicry and good “habit-formation. ” An emphasis on human cognition […]

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Academic Excellence

In this era of globalization, a good education is very important for each and everyone of us in order to have a better and successful life in the future. Students in school and college have always been reminded to strive for excellence in their academic so that they can graduate with flying colors and can […]

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Ignorance of America’s Youth

Ignorance of America’s Youth Many agree that our generation could quite possibly be the dumbest in American history. This is believed to be the most serious problem in society at the moment because the current youth of America are essentially hitting rock bottom, and they show no sign of improvement rather they display signals of […]

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There Are Plusses to Aging

(Response to essay: “The Virtues of Growing Older” by Carol Siskin (The Longman Reader p. 343-347)] There Are Plusses to Aging In her essay, “The Virtues of Growing Older,” Carol Siskin analyzes the downside of being young, and the plusses of being old. Using examples from her own experiences, she compares and contrasts these two […]

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Learning Disabilities towards Barriers against application IEP

Over the last two decennaries, there has been a great trade of involvement in researching Learning Disabled pupils ‘ inclusion, non merely in Saudi Arabia but all around the Earth. The importance of look intoing Learning Disabled and its complex relationship with Individualized Education Plan, has led to the development of different definitions, of theoretical […]

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Forgetting: Educational Psychology and Modern Man Remembers

Robert Lynd is a humorous writer who deals with the ordinary matter of forgetting in a jovial manner. First he deals with the things which human beings don’t forget. Modern man remembers the telephone numbers and addresses of his friends. He does not forget the appointments for lunch and dinner. It is surprising how he […]

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Review of the Montessori Method

Maria Montessori was a visionary woman, passionate about providing quality education to all children. Born in 1870, at a time where few women attended college and were not expected to work in any area other than teaching, Maria grew up determined to become a doctor in spite of society, and even her father???s reservations. She […]

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Malcolcm X

Did you ever know that an education alone has a different effect on individuals? Compare and contrast Malcolm X’s (Learning to Read) views on the meaning and purpose of education—or on the value and nature of reading—with those of Richard Rodriguez (“The Achievement of Desire”). How can you account for the differences in their attitudes? […]

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Is ADHD a Real Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or commonly ADHD, is a supposed disorder in which a person has trouble controlling their behavior or paying attention. The condition usually becomes apparent in early school years. It is approximated that about 3 to 5 percent of children have this disorder. That is about 2 million children in the United […]

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Ptlls Day2 Ass4

H. S. PTTLS Course Day 2 Assignment 4 2/3. 3 Review ways to give constructive feedback to motivate learners “Probably the most effective barrier to communication is the learner’s lack of motivation”. P59, CURZON, L. B. (1980) 2nd Ed ‘Teaching in Further Education’. Cassell. Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector: Ann Gravells: “Providing […]

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Self-Directed Learning

Self-directed learners according to Knowles, Holton & Swanson (2005) stated, “adults generally become ready to learn when their life situation creates a need to know” (p. 194). This has some grounded facts because most adult learners do not go back to school without a pre-determined purpose and/or desire to improve on personal or professional set […]

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Confirm Client Development Status

In relation with the developmental psychology in the human context Piaget imposed the notion of cognitive learning theory as a way to explore the way how to speed up a child’s development. He held that qualitative changes only occur when a child goes through a cognitive stage that is when the child is ready. He […]

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Theoretical Perspectives

Developmental psychology is the study of human development and the changes that take place from conception on. Through the study of human development, scientists are able to uncover patterns of development in which they make hypothesis and theories from. In their observations, developmental scientists have offered many theories that explain the growth of a child’s […]

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