Learning Essay Examples

Making Learning Fun And Innovative

When you come to ABC Fun, you will realize that you have stepped into the world of learning tools for children. Though this is no longer a novel concept, language based developmental and learning tools are hard to come by even now. That is what we aim to provide in our site and what sets […]

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Contemporary issues in physical education and sport

If I was observing a physical education games lesson, the physical objectives I would like to see covered are; the pe teacher demonstrating and explaining certain skills and tactics to do with the game, followed by practise within a small group or a team game situation, depending on number in the group and facilities available, […]

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The development and distinguishing features of three major schools in psychology

On the whole, psychology is more or less a new form of science. However, many psychological issues have been giving philosophers the world over something to think about for centuries.In this essay I shall attempt to describe the development and distinguishing features of three major schools in psychology since the nineteenth century. These are as […]

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What is U-shaped learning

U-shaped-learning concerns the development of distinguishing the application of the inflectional past-tense morpheme of -ed to regular and irregular words – those which require an -ed (e. g. ‘waste’ –> ‘wasted’) and those which are expressed with a completely different word (e. g. ‘run’ –> ‘ran’), respectively. It is the learning pattern of initial overregularisation […]

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The Enquiry Based Learning

Part 1.The Enquiry Based Learning ( EBL ) is a method of learning which involves a student-centred approach. In EBL each student is responsible for their own learning and for the learning of other group members. This method of learning will help and assist us to develop the transferable teamwork skills which Miller (1999) and […]

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Trace Film Genre Analysing The Techniques Used

Over time, the science fiction film genre has developed immensely in numerous ways. These developments are easily distinguishable between the modern films of today and some of the most primitive movies. If one was to examine an older movie opposite a recent one, there is a dramatic contrast between the two films, which some may […]

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The Problems of Measuring Attitudes in Social Science Surveys

In this essay, I will firstly examine certain definitional problems with the term attitude, suggesting that discrepancies arise from the fact that describing an attitude will always involve interpretation. It follows that an attitude is an essentially subjective phenomenon, and that any attempt to define an attitude as theoretical constructs, at whatever level of abstraction, […]

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Evaluate the cognitive social learning theory developed by Mischel and Bandura

As a response to important theoretical issues, such as the behavioural consistency debate and interactionism, cognitive social learning theory (CSLT) evolved from traditional learning theory with an emphasis on cognition in human functioning. The idea that behaviour is the result of an interaction between the person and the environment is a key concept in CSLT. […]

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Supporting Learning and Assessment

Clinical placements for nursing students, is often regarded as the most useful aspect of the nursing course with experienced and supportive nurses to help them develop their practical nursing skills promoting professional awareness and growth (Cope et al 2000). This assignment will explore the role of the mentor and effect of the role models have […]

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An investigation into GIC students’ attitude and behaviour toward global warming

In modern society, with the development of industrialization and urbanization that global warming has been emerged and threat to our society (Mikami et al., 1995:209).Houghton (2005:1343) explained that global warming is due to human activities causing gradually increasing of the average temperature phenomena. The main reason for global warming may be due to emissions of […]

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The matrix a 1999 science fiction film

I will be looking closely at matrix a 1999 science fiction film that illustrates the future, and refers to the present world that we live in as the ‘matrix’, based on an imitation of reality created by machines and artificial intelligent. The brief story outline of the film is that Morepheus is a human freed […]

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The Renaissance was a time of rebirth for learning and the arts

The sixteenth and seventeenth centuries were a time of growth in thinking, science, art and religious freedom. The Renaissance was a time of rebirth for all of Europe. New thinkers include Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo, Bacon, and Luther. Many of these great thinkers were beginning to ask questions of what the majority of people had taken […]

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The Role of the Mentor in Facilitating Learning for Short Placements

During their second year, pre-registration nursing students come to the community for a short twoweek placement to gain an understanding of primary care and community nursing skills. The purpose of this essay is to explore the experience of mentoring students during these two weeks. I intend to reflect on factors which impact on learning and […]

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Science Fiction-The Matrix

The movie ‘The Matrix’ is a science fiction movie. The genre ‘science fiction’ is a paradox. The word ‘science’ comes from the Latin meaning ‘to know’. So this means that it is factual, or true. The word ‘fiction’ means ‘untrue’ so the two words together contradict themselves. Fiction pushes the boundaries of science.Science Fiction movies […]

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Do We Have To Learn To Think Scientifically In Order To Find The Truth Analysis

Humans have always had problems of knowledge; these could be uncertainties, biases, limitations of knowledge and limitations of methods. In the essay title there are some problems of knowledge. The words and terms used in the title could be interpreted differently according to ones background. The idea of this question is what must we do […]

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Validation of Identity is a key feature to many science fiction films

One of the key issues present in science fiction culture is that of validation of your being, your identity. Indeed this issue is presented in varying levels through many films. But it is within science fiction that intricate systems of power and control are portrayed as if it were an ‘Orwellian’ fantasy. The notion that […]

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Reflection on personal learning needs

Reflective practice is associated with learning from experiences in order to identify, for example, my learning needs in the areas which are soliciting improvements (Allen et al 2008, p. 81). The promotion of reflection on personal learning needs (Ku et al 2007, p. 67) is an important strategy for me as a student nurse and […]

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Learning the Google Way

It’s common sense. Pavlov’s Hierarchy of needs kicks in. They have shelter, food, and gadgets and then they want more, but it’s Just not as important to buy that second home compared to that first home purchase. There is a reason that non-profit organizations don’t have to pay as high of salaries. People want to […]

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Individual Reflective Account

I worked as part of action learning set we had four group members to carry out a literature review relating to a health and social care topic. Our topic was smoking. The literature review was delivered as a group presentation and lasted fifteen minutes. According to BNET that is a website dedicated to issues of […]

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Criticising your lecturers – the ultimate in free speech

With the widening of the scope of Internet users, the Internet has become something of a ‘last stand’ for pundits of free speech. Given its history of independent ownership and contributions, this is hardly surprising. Here, we are concerned specifically with the freedom to criticise one’s teachers, effectively as a ‘product review’ to others currently […]

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In Reform Act Reflect The Marketisation Of Education

The most far-reaching package of changes to the previously ‘un-meritocrial’ education system was introduced in the 1988 Education Reform Act. As a result, the basic structure of our standing education system was instituted. The biggest of these changes were the ‘marketisation’ of education and the introduction of the ‘new vocationalism’, which led to transformations not […]

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Social work assessments are an art and a science

The assessment took place after an initial referral from social services that Mrs P was entitled to day-care at the Apna Ghar daycentre. A NHS single adult overview was provided which I referred to, however the agency has to carry out there own assessment to gain a broader understanding of the services users needs in […]

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