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Odyssey, learning about himsel

In the Odyssey, written by Homer, Odysseus learned a lot about himself and what he had to do to become a better overall human. The adventures he goes on, I think, opens his eyes to a world in which he thought he was invincible. With the Odyssey, Odysseus learned a big lesson in humility. The […]

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Integrating Young Adult Fiction in learning

“Young Adult Fiction” refers to a written fiction, published and then sold to young adults and adolescents. This kind of literature has been like a hot cake amidst the young and even gone ahead to defy the odds of age to be purchased by individuals of over 18 years age-wisely. ‘Knowledge is power. Ignorance is […]

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Learning Together in Community

Justice (2006) define team ground rules as the guidelines and statements of values which a team lays down consciously to enable individual members to arrive at appropriate decisions regarding their future actions. Ground rules and guidelines have been found to be very effective when they are consistent, clear, followed, and agreed-to. Team members are expected […]

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Learning From Management

Organizational behavior focuses on how individuals and groups behave within an organization. An organization consists of individuals who all work together to achieve common goals and objectives that management puts in place. The main goal of an organization is to provide their target market goods or services that offer satisfaction. Very many factors determine how […]

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Learning Theories

Radical Behaviorism Radical behaviorism is a philosophy that uses the experimental analysis in order to describe behavior. It was developed by psychologist known as Skinner. He tried to explain human behavior scientifically using physiological studies that were available at that time. He concluded that every action of organism was the result of behavior. The theory […]

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Theories of Learning

Learning theories are the abstract frameworks that describe the way in which information is usually absorbed, developed, and stored when a person is learning. Normally, different people have different learning habits and these theories revolve around these habits. There are several learning theories including the sensory stimulation theory, the reinforcement theory, the holistic learning theory, […]

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Work Based Learning

Learning takes place when a student encounters something different and something new that they have not encountered before. The degree of brain action is straightforwardly related to the level of motivation in the environment of learning. The stimuli of learning are not restricted in place or time. According to Daniel (1987), this means that they […]

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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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Gender differences in education

‘Choice’ is a concept which tends to be regarded highly within any democratic society (Croxford, 2000). Allowing pupils to choose the subjects that they study, between the ages of fourteen to sixteen gives them more ownership of their curriculum, and reduces the likelihood that they will be alienated by an over prescriptive curriculum according to […]

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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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How far should medical science be allowed to go

I believe that medical science has gone too far already. Take cloning for example. Didn’t God make us so we are all different? Yes. So why are we trying to make people the same? This could be very stressful to someone seeing yourself in the street and your friends might think that they are you. […]

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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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Learning Spanish

For a few years now, it has been a personal goal of mines to become bi-lingual in a foreign language. Learning Spanish is the language that I always wanted to learn. In the past when I took lessons in High School, after passing Spanish 101 class, I had no intentions of registering to take Spanish […]

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Education System in Contemporary Society

The complete system of education has always been under observation and scrutiny since it started out as elementary education. Concerned in this area are a number of sociological theorists who have formulated their own ideas into the role purpose and function the education system provide in society. These observations and ideas have resulted in three […]

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Intro to Political Science

The German experience after World War II in the transition from a fascist state to democracy is a fairly unique case. Germany has managed to prosper after occupation, and democracy has become accepted and well-established. There were several factors that brought about the establishment and maintenance of a stable democracy in Germany; the restructuring of […]

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What Is Social Science

By now you’ll be familiar with the term Social Sciences. It is commonly used to differentiate certain academic disciplines fron others. So whilst we would call Physics, Chemistry and Biology science we refer to Sociology, Politics and Economics as Social Sciences. Some universities award a BSc degree for social sciences and some an arts degree. […]

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Research in cognitive psychology, in the areas of language processes and memory and learning

Cognitive psychology can be defined as the study of the way in which the brain processes information. Interest in this area can be traced back to the ancient Greeks, although cognitive psychology as we know it today emerged around the 1950s. Throughout the years this area of psychology has evolved substantially, aided by technological and […]

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