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111: What Went Wrong with America's Schools?
... do not bring in enough to cover all of the governments needs. This lack of school funds forces schools to lay off teachers, which increases class sizes and puts more work on the already overworked teaching staff. Schools are also starting pay- to-play program with their sports and school sponsored activities. Some schools are being forced to completely eliminate art and industrial education classes. Colleges are also affected by the ... the overall learning rate in public schools. The educational collapse of the 70's and 80's has left America with a lower learning rate and lower test scores. But with the restructuring of public teaching and the present increase in learning and test scores, America will be on its way to being a leader in education again. And with a well educated work force, the US economy will continue to ... at Risk," New York Times, 3 May 1993, p.A-23 Sam Peltzman, "What's Behind the Decline of Public Schools?" USA Today, July 1994, pages 22-24 The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, "More than Survival" 1980 copyright by Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, CA Gerald W Bracey, "The Third Bracey Report on the Condition of Public Education" Phi Delta Kappan, October 1993, pages 105-117 Jim ...
112: Robert Frost 2
... in San Francisco. His father was William Frost, a Harvard graduate who was on his way westward when he stopped to teach at Bucknell Academy in Pennsylvania for extra money. His mother, Isabelle Moodie began teaching math at Bucknell while William was there, and they got married and moved to San Francisco. They were constantly changing houses, and William went from job to job as a journalist. About a year after ... E. Lee. Frost's father died from tuberculosis at age thirty-four, in 1885. Isabelle took Robert and his sister back east to Massachusetts. Soon they moved to Salem, New Hampshire, where there was a teaching opening. Robert began to go to school and sit in on his mothers classes. He soon learned to love language, and eventually went to Lawrence High School, where he wrote the words to the school ... poetry. His poetry had little success getting published, and he had to work various jobs to make a living, such as a shoemaker, a country schoolteacher, and a farmer. In 1912 Frost gave up his teaching job, sold his farm, and moved to England. He received aid from poets suck as Edward Thomas and Rupert Brooke, and published his first two volumes of poetry, A Boy's Will in 1913, ...
113: Assistive Technology
... benefits include a greater diversity in employment opportunities and an inclusion in the educational, social and recreational activities available on the "information highway". Researchers and educators today recognize four types of technology: the technology of teaching, medical technology, instructional technology, and assistive technology (Blackhurst & Cross, 1993): The technology of teaching includes systematically designed procedures and strategies that are applied in precise ways. They typically include well-defined objectives; precise instructional procedures based on the tasks students are required to learn; small, sequenced units of instruction ... example, new technologies provide respiratory assistance (oxygen supplementation, mechanical ventilation, positive airway pressure devices) and surveillance of vital signs (cardiorespiratory monitors, pulse oximeters). Instructional technology includes various types of hardware and software, combined with innovative teaching methods, to accommodate learners' needs in the classroom. Such technology may include videotapes, computer-assisted instruction, or complex hypermedia programs in which computers are used to control the display of audio and visual images ...
114: Our Declining Education System
... the semester to inform the educators of certain aspects of the student instead of giving them all the information earlier in the year. Finally, it is up to the educator himself to evaluate their own teaching methods to be able to recognize, and change, the way they present themselves to the entire class. To be able to know what we are doing, and how we are doing it, at different times ... and that the violence on the streets is certainly connected to the violence in the schools. It seems questionable that even these measures will significantly reduce the problem in schools, but certainly the process of teaching can continue in a less stressful atmosphere by having these measures in place. Unfortunately, there are other problems such as the changing family structure that do not have such clear cut solutions. Some of the ... effect on students today, but this should not effect the quality of education that is provided, but rather, encourage educators to be more aware of the difficulties these students face in order to adapt their teaching style, as well as the curriculum to reach these students. Similarly, child abuse and/or neglect has become a major issue in society and schools. It is not clear whether there is a rise ...
115: Educational System
... in the myth that "teachers justifies their own existence through their students ignorance absolute."(Paule Friere) A perfect institution of education should be able to accommodate cultural change, diversity, have a strict curriculum with alternative teaching strategies, and promotes interaction among their peers. In 1998, a television program called 60 Minutes , aired a special investigation of the United States educational system when compared to the educational system of China and Germany ... According to 60 minutes, the United States system of education is failing tremendously when compared to other to Germany and China. They found a direct connection between the failure of U.S. students and the teaching methods the U.S. imposes on them. Also, the success of the student s of China and Germany shared a similar philosophy. China and Germany greatly promotes interaction between the students at a very young ... study, there will be the necessary courses to cover that major. In order for a student to pass a course, he needs to be able to teach the information he learned in that course. This teaching method is very important. If a student is able to teach something then that student truly understands it. This method of testing the knowledge of the student should be the final examination for every ...
116: The Wisdom Of Confucious
... the reader that you should always think about learning something new. You should be open to learning something from anyone you meet, no matter how old or smart you think you are. He also said Teaching is half learning. This means that the person who is teaching is also learning from their students. When asked the question What do you think of repaying evil with kindness? , Confucius replied Then what are you going to repay kindness with? Repay kindness with kindness, but repay evil with justice. Confucius main teaching subject was gentlemen like conduct. He believed the best way to live you life was being kind . I thought this book was very hard to read. The beginning was alright when it was talking ...
117: Isadora Duncan
... not gone well, she quit her academic schooling, and started her business. Her neighbors had noticed her gracefulness and began sending their children to be her students. Pretty soon, word got around and Isadora was teaching some of the wealthy girls of San Francisco. Her classes eventually grew so large that Isadora found that her own dance lessons had indeed been unnecessary. One day, when Isadora was sixteen, her father came ... her school that she met Edward Gordon Craig, the son of actress Ellen Terry. They had a lot in common, and they fell in love immediately. After about three months of heart-felt love and teaching, Isadora found she was pregnant. Her first-born child was born on September 26, 1905. She and Craig named their baby Deirdre. As eager as Isadora was to get back to her dancing, she stayed ... children's in their memorial. Even people who had watched her dance decades before came to the solemn service. To all these people Isadora Duncan meant something. She brought into the world the idea of teaching young children how to dance. Even though she knew they would not all become professional dancers, she felt that a feeling of rhythm and freedom of movement were important for one to have. She ...
118: Teachers Vs. Coaches
... at Target. (Well maybe not that low.) How did this happen, going from a top profession, to a job that people take because they didn t achieve what they really wanted to do. The reason teaching has been such a bad rap is because of the teachers. Many have apathetic views when it comes to teaching the students, I have had countless teachers that given assignments without really explaining what the assignment was about. True, there are bad teachers, but there are also good teachers, and some teachers are even great ... good, or didn t care as much. The only difference that I see between the two jobs is the pay scale. The top teachers in this country can make about one-hundred thousand a year teaching college, while pro sports coaches can easily make millions when coaching ANY pro team from any sport. Now why is there such a big gap between these two jobs, why do we put such ...
119: ANIMAL FARM IN COMPARISON TO T
... Major is convinced that the animals are being treated unfairly, and has the incredible idea of planning a revolt against Mr. Jones, so the animals can experience true happiness. He gets the animals excited by teaching them "Beasts of England", a song about hope for the future. The causes of the Russian Revolution were problems throughout Russia's history. For centuries, autocratic and repressive czarist regimes ruled the country and most ... opposed any compromise to those favoring more democracy in government, and had little talent for leadership himself. Nicholas was forced to abdicate the throne after the Russian Revolution. After Old Major died, the work of teaching and organizing fell upon the pigs, the most intelligent of the animals. Snowball and Napoleon became the new leaders of the revolution. They changed "Manor Farm" to "Animal Farm", and expanded Old Major's teachings ... new Soviet government Trotsky became commissar of foreign affairs, and he is credited with creating, inspiring, and directing the Red Army. Snowball behaves similarly by also creating different organizations; one of his greatest achievements was teaching all the animals to read and write. There is much work that has to be done on Animal Farm, and it seems that the pigs, especially Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer, a propagandist, are doing ...
120: James Watson's The Double Helix: A Review
... Watson felt like he was deceiving the board of trustees by not studying the material that the board sent him to study. However, Watson felt justified because Herman was becoming less and less interested in teaching Watson because of Herman's current personal affairs (Herman and his wife decided to get a divorce). With Herman's lack of interest in teaching biochemistry, Watson found himself spending the majority of the day working with Ole on his experiments. While in Copenhagen, Herman suggested that Watson go on a spring trip to the Zoological station at Naples. It ... structure of DNA was discovered but he also let us in on the developments of parts of his personal life. He would speak of how he tried to have dinners at a school that was teaching young, pretty French girls English. He also spoke much of his relationship with Crick and Crick's wife, Odile. He made the book come alive and science seem more fun, breaking the stereotype of ...


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