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  • Children With Special Educational Needs
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    Higher Diploma in Primary Education Special Educational NeedsAssignmentStudent Name: Julie Collins Student Number: GDP E 226 Tutor Group: Mayo A Tutor: Dr. Brian Mac Gi olla PhadraigDate of Submission: 28th September 2004 SECTION What are the four separate categories of Special Educational Needs and constituent sub-categories, as detailed in the S.E.R.C. report? 1. Pupils with learning difficulties and disorders. Pupils in need of Remedial Teaching (Learning Support). Pupils with Specific Learni...
  • Independent Separate Individuals
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    Within the boundaries in which sale and purchase of commodities and labor-power goes on is the birthplace of the "innate rights of man" (343). For the fulfillment of their needs, humans rely on the help of others. As Marx says in The German Ideology, "there exists a materialistic connection of men with one another, which is determined by their needs and their mode of production" (157). In modern capitalism people are connected through a complex global system of trade. This system of production a...
  • Self Actualization And Growth Needs
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    Damian Du guid "Dead Psychologists Society" Abraham Maslow was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1908. Maslow went to the City College of New York when he was 18 to study law. He had an extremely high IQ but did very poorly in school and soon left college. It was later learned that Maslow attended college to study law largely to make his father happy although he had little interest in becoming a lawyer. He was first introduced to psychology at Cornell University where he hoped to receive a higher l...
  • Marcuse's Consideration Of True And False Needs
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    Modern capitalist society is the target of severe criticism in Herbert Marcuse's book, One-Dimensional Man. As one would hope, Marcuse's intent is not merely to point out the shortcomings of the present system. He further hopes to encourage change in the most basic features of society, and with the intent to effect change arises the question of what goals the proposed change is directed towards. Primary among his goals is the 'development and satisfaction of human needs and faculties' (xl ). Whi...
  • Prelude To The Need For Self Actualization
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    In order to understand the human condition, one must first understand what it is that motivates humans. It follows that we must then look to the motivator, the brain. The human brain works in such a way as to satisfy a series of needs. Abraham H. Maslow's theory of human motivation (1954) explains the sequence by which humans move through levels of concentration so as to best satisfy these needs. Maslow's pyramid (1954), a five-tiered structure, represents a summary of this theory. Maslow (1954)...
  • Case Of The Individual
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    1. to assess the individual's ability to meet environmental challenges 2. to assess the caring capacity of the individual's family and primary group 3. to assess resources within the formal system of care 4. to enable individuals to use their personal resources in meeting environmental changes and challenges. 5. to facilitate effective negotiation by individuals for resources from families or primary groups and formal service providers. 6. to facilitate effective interchanges between families or...
  • Individual Among The People Of The World
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    In Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Self-Reliance", he states that being an individual comes from trusting yourself and being honest with the person you are inside. He describes how a person is and becomes an individual by explaining all the different parts that consist of an individual. To be an individual you have to have trust in yourself. You need to accept the person that you truly are inside. Everyone is born possessing everything they need to become an individual; you just need to learn how to util...
  • Individual Need
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    Motivation can be defined in terms of some outward behavior. People who are motivated exert a greater effort to perform some task than those who are not motivated (Frogman, 1996). A more descriptive definition of motivation would be the willingness to do something, where this something is conditioned by its ability to satisfy some need the individual (Vroom, 1964). An individual need reflects some internal state that makes certain outcomes appear attractive. Although individual needs can be sati...
  • First Amendment's Forbidding Government
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    HE FIRST AMENDMENT "Congress shall make no laws respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances". What exactly are the limits to free speech, anyway This amendment forbids the government from making any law that prohibits it. The debate against this will rage on forever, even judges can't agree. One of the big things that cause argument is people suing pu...
  • High Need For Cognition Individuals
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    The age old saying People are what they do has long been ingrained in the psyche of every individual in every culture. It is even stated in the Bible, regarded by many as the book of truth, that every man should be seen in the light of his actions. In other words good people only do good deeds, while evil people only perform evil deeds. However, the world in which we live in is not that clear cut. As we all know a killer can also be a kind and loving father to his children as in the case of Nazi...
  • Independence And Equality Without Discrimination
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    Introduction I am here I am there I am everywhere Spread thin So that my existence My consistency My reality Can be denied Mesmerized Until I boil down to nothing At the bottom of the pot Anonymous with a disability Disabilities affect every race, culture, sex, and religion. It is non-discriminatory. Almost everyone can think of someone they have come into contact with or are related to that has a disability, and we can all think of some torment or discrimination that has affected their life. Pa...
  • Individual With A High Mach Score
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    Hambright 1 Melody Hambright Professor Charles So fios Organizational Management 502 30 October 2003 Individual Development Plan On the scale from 1 to 5, my basic personality trait is between quiet and talkative (3), tolerant (2), organized (5), calm (5), between imaginative and conventional (3), outgoing (4), cooperative (5), dependable (5), secure (5), familiar (5), between sociable and loner (3), trusting (4), goal-oriented (4), enthusiastic (1), and change (1). As a leader, I plan to develo...
  • Social Reality Of The Advanced Industrial Society
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    Herbert Marcuse in One Dimensional Man speaks out against what he feels are the injustices and manipulations of advanced industrial societies. Technological advancement and bureaucracy impose an all encompassing social control over the people in promotion of the establishment's interests. What emerges is a society of contradiction that superficially appears to promote liberty, possibility, and comfort but actually asserts its control and domination. In the examination of his key concepts of "tru...
  • Affects Ones Individual Choices
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    Advertising and Individuals The article "The Cult you " re in" by Kono Matsu depicts an individuals' opinion about the influence of advertising. These opinions describe advertising as a cult, which its' members don't feel they are in. Kono Matsu believes that influences from advertising have created "roles and behaviour patterns which we did not consciously choose". The foundation of this cult is, doing what everyone else does and not what's right for the particular individual whom is being infl...

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