Special Education

One of the current issues in special education is inclusion. Inclusion relates to social as well as educational values in special education. It focuses on educating each child despite of the child’s state. It involves bringing the education services to the child rather than the child would be going to search for the facilities. It also focuses on the personality of an individual. When addressing inclusion, our main focus is on whether we value our children equally. School authority’s main aim is to address the issue of inclusion mainly for children with special needs. IDEA (Individuals with D ...

Singapore Educational Tourism and Vietnam Perspective

Introduction 1.1 Statement of the problem Singapore, a city-state with the size of no more than 750 kilometer square had become one of the Four Asian Dragon beside South East Korean, Taiwan and Hong Kong in the past century. Despise having no natural resource whatsoever yet this island country hold a strategic location for sea trading from between Euro, India and south East Asia. Thus it had developed into a highly urbanized entrepot with extremely strong exporting and refining imported goods which contributed 26% of the total Singapore GDP on the year 2005 as quoted from statistic gathered ...

Impact of E-learning on Education

The introduction of e-learning as one of the learning tools in the educational sector has had a lot of impacts on education. Researches that have been carried out in the past indicate that there are both positive and negative impacts of e-learning on education. Notably, the current technological resources that are available have both strengths and weaknesses. In this respect, these strengths and weaknesses are the ones that have contributed to the existence of both positive and negative impacts of e-learning on the state of education. Therefore, researches and studies that have been carried ou ...

My Personal Educational Philosophy Paper

It is my personal belief that no child should ever feel inadequate, inept, or forsaken. I strongly believe that every child has an important contribution to make in the classroom. They should be recognized, in a positive manner, for their contributions no matter how big or small these contributions may be. Students should feel accepted and comfortable at all times within the confines of my classroom. Differences will be praised, acknowledged and discussed within my class. I will recognize, include, and respect all students be they gifted, average, or categorically disabled, privileged, under-p ...

Higher Education in 1920-1945

An analysis of data on the higher education between 1920 and 1945 shows that most women overtook men in their rates of enrolment into the institutions of higher learning and college completion. This essay analyses various ways in which this trend influenced on the current generation of female college students, factors, conditions and values that have impacted on the modern women to enroll into female colleges and other co-educational colleges. According to Solomon (2005), the rates of return of women to higher education and to colleges have risen faster than those for men. A recent study by Br ...

Higher Education in 1880-1910

Over the period of 1880-1910, higher education in the United States has overcome many changes and difficulties in order to establish university building. During this time, philanthropic corporations made an effort to become wealthy donors, who invested money into new buildings, departments, and professional schools. Though, it is worth mentioning that they gave money to the higher educational institutions only under certain conditions, thus having more power than scholars. They demanded to create certain curricular. For example, in 1892 the National Education Association`s Committee of Ten sta ...

Higher Education, 1785-1890

Americans have shown a great concern in higher education since early colonial times. Research asserts that 75 percent of all educational buildings were built in 20 years. The most significant historical changes, which took place in 1785-1890 in the U.S. higher education, had the great impact on its future development and establishment. Many people considered higher education as a way to get higher status in society. Initially, only persons from elite classes were able to get higher education. Later, many rural youths entered colleges and universities with the aim to escape the farm (Thelin, 20 ...

The Right to Education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” -Nelson Mandela. For me, education may be the most important factor of a country?s development. The kids of a country are the future, and depending on what they are taught they will build a good future, or destroy what is left. Everyone, no matter the gender, race, sex, social class or religion has the right to free primary education. This human right is often violated all over the world, it is a problem that involves the entire world, and it had now become a global issue. Did you know that, according to CNN, every ...