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Reflection Report of Dissertation on mpact of information system on student learning experience

| February 1, 2017

Abstract This essay reflects the lessons and obstacles that I faced during the course of writing my dissertation.

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Key Benefits And Challenges Of An Integrated Approach To Working With Children With Additional Needs And Their Families In An Early Years Setting.

| February 1, 2017

Introduction Many families who have children with additional needs often fear sending their children to mainstream schools (Wang 2009).

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Choose one case study and evaluate it from the perspective of the Behaviourist Approach. Provide strategies for intervention based only on this theory

| January 20, 2017

Abstract This essay evaluates case study 3B through the perspective of behaviourism as identified by Skinner et al (1948).

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Contribution of the EYFS to young children’s development and learning

| January 16, 2017

Introduction Early Year Foundation Stage (EYFS) setting is an important surrounding for young children’s development. Positive relationships are built at this stage, where children learn through respectful and caring interactions. Practitioners are also able to give priorities to main person, and respectfully react to children and their parents’ respective opinions.

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A consideration of the principles and practice that underpin the Early Years Foundation Stage and how the current framework relates to young children’s needs and interests

| January 13, 2017

Introduction DfE (2013a) enunciates that the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is a set of statutory guidelines which all childcare providers (including schools, nurseries and children’s centres) must adhere to in catering for children between the ages of 0 to 5, upon which time they will enter full-time education. 

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Essential Skills for Higher Education and Healthcare: A Reflection

| January 12, 2017

Abstract This reflective essay aimed to present the key learning and gaps in knowledge and practice of a student nurse. The Gibbs model of reflection was used to evaluate and analyse the learning needs of the author.

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The Educational Value of Play as Work and Work as Play

| January 12, 2017

Introduction Arguably play performs a vital important role in the education and personal development of the child which can be incorporated within a wider educational framework both on its own as a child-led activity and as part of a curriculum.

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A critical examination of the antecedents and efficacy of Social Services interventions for West African ‘looked after’ children in South London.

| December 22, 2016

Rationale behind the Study The proposed research will investigate Social Service interventions for looked after West African children in South London. I work in an ethically diverse comprehensive school in London, and have witnessed an increase in minority ethnic looked after children in recent years.

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The Factors that Contribute to Effective Use of iPads with PMLD Pupils

| December 21, 2016

Introduction This chapter will discuss the background, the scope and the need for the present study highlighting the research questions raised that will the study will attempt to answer.

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Code-switching: The Effects for Students and Teachers

| December 21, 2016

Introduction In the current global economic climate, the ability to speak English has become an important business tool. English has essentially become the “universal second language” of the international labour market, and the socio-economic significance of this cannot be overstated (Light, 2007: 9).

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Policy in Theory and Practice

| December 21, 2016

What is the social administrative tradition? Social administration developed when the welfare state was undergoing a period of growth, when there was a high level of optimism about its potential achievements and a high degree of consensus about the fundamentals such as Education, the National Health Services, and public housing.

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Ethics and Research in Professional Contexts

| December 21, 2016

Introduction Ethics play a pivotal role in a variety of contexts, such as decisions in personal contexts (e.g. family, friends) and professional contexts (e.g. workplace).

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The Importance of Good Writing Skills for Prospective University Students

| December 12, 2016

Introduction In the age of technology, most students are absorbed in using electronic sources to either read or listen to academic information and usually attempt to memorize facts as far as possible. While electronic devices such as Android phones, iPads, Kindles, and other devices provide students with an amalgamation of information at their fingertips and […]

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Social Policy

| November 19, 2016

Introduction Social policy is any Government incentive that is particularly concerned with social services and the welfare state. Examples of such policies are described below, along with possible methods of influence on such policies.

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The Factors that Contribute to Effective Use of iPads with PMLD Pupils

| November 10, 2016

1. Introduction This chapter will discuss the background, scope and need for the proposed study, highlighting the main questions that the research will address. The research aims to explore how technology can be optimally used to support pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD).

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The Factors that Contribute to the Effective Use of iPads with PMLD Pupils.

| November 10, 2016

Description I wish to lead an investigation into how pupils with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) can be aided by the use of modern technology. People affected by PMLD will often have a difficulty with communication and may also experience physical, sensory or mental health disabilities. The combination of several issues leads to an […]

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Exploring professional values: A Case Study in a primary school

| September 28, 2016

Introduction Childhood can be defined as a  transition through a series of pre-defined stages, each discernible by their own essential features and characteristics (Devine, 2003).  However, children are no longer viewed by society as passive beings that are to merely be moulded by those around them, but are now seen as being active in this […]

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Reflective Report on ‘Cultural Shock’

| September 2, 2016

Executive Summary This reflective report encompasses my transition from Nigeria to the Nottingham Trent International College to the Nottingham Trent University.  With a focus on personal goals and learning outcomes, this study has found a substantial indication of successful educational efforts.  Utilizing the Gibbs (2008) reflective model, the full range of benefits during the transition […]

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Critique on Constraint-Based Approaches for Balancing Bike-Sharing Systems

| August 22, 2016

Summary: The article, “Constraint-Based Approaches for Balancing Bike-Sharing Systems” by Gaspero, Rendl, & Urli (2013) focuses upon a new business activity taking place in busy cities, known as the bike-sharing system. While cities are crowded and it is often difficult for pedestrians to walk long distances, the bike-sharing system enables people to rent bikes from […]

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Schools curricula in the late imperial period (1914-1945) and the development of negative racial attitudes

| August 19, 2016

Abstract The impact of the school curricula of the late imperial period had an impact on racism. This essay assesses the overall contribution that the educational system has had on the perception of racism and inequality in the world.  The evidence presented in the study illustrates the deep impact that education has on attitudes of […]

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