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  • Long Term Benefits Of The Child
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    PEOPLE ARE WILLING TO FOLLOW ORDERS THAT GO AGAINST THEIR MORALS Tearful day when, from ashes, man shall rise to be judged guilty. These are the last words written by the great composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in his "Requiem ", or "funeral mass". These words also describe the day that the Nazi soldiers were declared guilty and sentenced to death at Nuremberg. In the Nuremberg war crime trials, the Nazis pleaded "not guilty" to charges brought against them regarding the treatment of Jews in con...
  • Classroom Including The Teacher
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    FOURTH-GRADE Orgy Not everyone is thrilled with the idea of mandatory g / l /b / t lessons for children in public schools. Focus on the Family's James Dobson observed at a recent meeting of National Religious Broadcasters that it might seem an odd priority when 42% of American boys cannot read by the time they reach Grade 4. Well, he has a point. Especially if the Grade 4 boys at Marble Falls Elementary School in Texas are anything to judge by. They seem to have been using time for reading to pr...
  • Job Your Child's Teacher
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    How often would you say you raise questions about what your child's / youngest child's teacher is doing to provide an education for your child? Have you done anything to get to know your child's teacher or teachers? Have you done anything to help your child's teacher or teachers get to know your child and his or her strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes? How well do you think you understand what is expected of you as a parent or guardian by your child's teacher or teachers? Thinking about yo...
  • Back Corporal Punishment
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    I believe that Corporal Punishment should not be re-instated in schools for many reasons. In the following essay I will give those reasons and explain why others are incorrect. There is a law about inflicting pain on others, and it is there for a reason. This is because it degrades the person being hit, it makes them feel lesser, more inferior than the person that is hitting them. If you go up to someone in the street and hit them, the police can charge you with assault. Things should not be any...
  • Child's Own Experience Of The Topic
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    " the task for the teacher (teaching science) is to find ways of helping children transform their own beliefs into ideas and explanations more consonant with the explanations accepted by conventional science". McGuigan and shilling p 26 The constructivist approach to teaching advocates that the teaching stems from the child's own beliefs and ideas". Constructivist learning - That teachers should take pupils ideas seriously so that changes made in them make sense to the pupils and the new ideas a...
  • Disabled Babies
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    Based on neo-nazi ideas, the university was obsessed with the creation of a new race of perfect flawless human beings. These would not only have to be bright, intelligent and excellent athletes, but also with no physical or mental disabilities. If they didn't have these qualities, natural selection kicked in and they were exterminated. In the first place, the university scientists used dogs as lab rats to conduct tests on the different gene combinations to get the right match. They put them in c...
  • Child With Ad Hd And The Teacher
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    We are all created equal, albeit unique; and yet, some of us are different from "everybody else". Adults and children come in all shapes and sizes, with many different characteristics and traits, different abilities and inclinations. Some are smarter than others, some are quick, some are slow, some are left behind. At the age of 5 or 6 children begin their long journey in the world of education. They are taught how to read and write, how to AD / HD, subtract and multiply, some history, grammar, ...
  • Kid To Child Abuse In Homes
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    Schools are failing to provide the kind of educational experience we want for our children, . In too many of these schools, expectations of students are low, teachers and parents are frustrated, and academic performance is poor. This is part by the schools not being strict enough. The teachers of today can not correct a kid like they should unless they get slapped with a lawsuit. You can't take a kid into the hall and paddle them with out someone calling for abuse. Also when kids get into fights...
  • Autistic Child
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    Autism is a relatively rare occurence it is estimated that it occurs in between 2 to 5 people in every ten-thousand births. The main factor that makes autistic childeren different from the norm is there lack of sociability. The autistic child does not appear to even want to interact with others and many times prefers self stimulation such as flicking there fingers in front of their face or biting. An autistic child is one of the greatest challenges in the classroom. With this type of child the g...

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