Many student wish they can get goods education in their life. Not all students can get goods education especially for student low income families. So, universities in Malaysia have advantages can give goods education for students. The advantages choose to continue with education in the countries is cheap and affordable cost, the courses offered by Higher Education Institution is equivalent to the other countries and many Malaysia Higher Education Institution may be choose for learning. Firstly is the advantage of learning in our country is cheap and affordable costs are as low priority fees to local students. This is due to many students choose universities that offer low fees because they can not afford to fund the study. This is shown by Malaysia because Malaysia is not experiencing a seasonal climate and this will add value in terms of financial savings to students because they do not need different clothes according to the season at home in Malaysia. (Professor Badaruddin Mohamed, 2009). It also is in Malaysia, the government has allocated a total of RM232.8 billion for the implementation of all development and welfare of the people. (Prime Minister Dato 'Sri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak, 2008). Then, low – income families is the vast majority of low-income parents today are working but still struggling to make ends meet: struggling to find and keep a toehold in a changing labor market, to keep up with their bills, to pay the spiraling costs of essentials like health care and housing, and to raise children with a chance of future success. These families have much in common with other American families as they seek to balance work and family life, yet parents and children in low-income families are more financially vulnerable than those in higher-income families.( Annie E. Casey,2005). Secondly is the the other advantages in that the courses offered by Malaysia Higher Education Institution is equivalent to other countries are as there are more than 50000...
...Analyse the effects of education on the developing countries
Development is one of the themes of modern society and there are a variety of elements influencing the development. Many countries experience declares that education gradually play a more and more vital role in development. Education policies which depend on the specific national conditions can lead to a different result. Overall, primaryeducation may be a key to promote the influence including population, health and economic growth. Secondary education not only provides some skilled workers to society, but also is the foundation of higher education. When the country tries to develop the high-tech economy and to transform the social structure, the tertiary education will make a necessary and positive effect on its development.
In the education system, basic education is the foundation of secondary and tertiary education. But primary education is not only a part of the education system. It is a very important element which impact on the level of mass culture, Social stability, economic development, population growth and public health. These parts and primary education are interrelated and interact on each other. It is an efficient way to develop these together and lead to a steady and...
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Science 1 in the Early Years
Assessment: Item 1- Views of teaching and promoting science of young learners
The pedagogy of play can be hard to understand and part of the reason for this is it’s so difficult to explain how children learn by play because play isn’t simply; it is complex. Each child begins their early childhood education with a set of skills and prior knowledge that is influenced by their family, culture and past experiences (Fellows &Oakley, 2010). The past knowledge should become the foundation for developing an understanding of scientific concepts (Duschl, Schweingruber & Shouse, 2007). Children are naturally inquisitive, creative and aware of the world around them (Campbell & Jobling, 2012). Play is an important development tool and an effective way to teach children scientific concepts while using their prior knowledge (Preston, Mules, Baker & Frost, 2007). Learning science through play shows children that science is useful and enjoyable and is a significant aspect of the real world (Bulunuz, 2013). This essay will review teaching science through play, theorists who support play and the way in which the Australian curriculum and EYLF support play pedagogy.
Science and Play
Play pedagogy is a context for learning through which children organise and make sense of their social worlds, as they engage actively with people, objects and representations. Research shows...
...Some advantages to living in the country include these points: Clean Air, no neighbors, open spaces, quiet, birds, deer and other critters. You have to love nature to live in the country. No crime, and people are usually friendly.
Some disadvantages to living in the country include these points: No shopping mall or large supermarket. Power outages occur more often and usually out in the country everything runs on electric, like a well pump so you can flush the toilet, so no power and therefore no flushing. Good to have an outhouse. No natural gas, only propane, wood or oil for heat. No city sewer system, but instead a septic system which needs pumping about every 5 years. Well water but no flouride or chlorine. No cell phone signal unless there is a tower nearby. No garbage pick up, so you take your own garbage to the dump. Dirt roads or rural roads that often need improvements.
The advantages and disadvantages of living in the country
Living in the countryside has a lot of advantages, but also many disadvantages. As the advantage we can consider the fact that the country is less polluted and the traffic isn't so heavy. You are fit and you don't need to worry about your health condition, because in the countryside the air and water are so clean. In the country there are many plant species. There aren't any huge...
...be destroyed and families to flee the country. Lack of education is a growing crisis due to many factors in developing countries but it has the power pull a country out of poverty and make them economically stable and attract other countries to trade, therefore it should be seen as a priority. Developed countries are involved to help countries increase their education because every child should have the right to education and be able to have access to education to learn so they can lead and help the future. Developing countries have insufficient budgets dedicated to education, a poor quality of teaching and learning environment and lastly kids too poor to attend school due to costs.
There are 775.4 million people around the world that cannot read of write a simple sentence, in some countries a child can spend 2-3 years repeating a grade but once kids leave school, most never return losing the opportunity to a successful job ("Main Navigation"). In some countries a child can spend 2-3 years repeating a grade, but once kids leave school, most never return. Amartya Sen has defined poverty stating that it is the lack of capability to function effectively in society. Therefore the lack of education in a country can be considered a form of poverty....
...It is appropriate for me to seize this opportunity to speak a couple of words on the need to expand Technical Education in the country. In Sri Lanka, technical education began in the 1890s with the establishment of the Colombo Technical College, which, as Government Department, functioned to cater to certain requirements of such Government Departments as Public Works, Railways and Irrigation. Technical Education, because of this limited focus, did not expand in the colonial period; it was after independence an attempt was made to start engineering courses. With the establishment of the University of Ceylon, an Engineering Degree course was started. In the sixties, a network of Technical Colleges came into existence but they taught only trade and craft courses. What the country needed was an Institute which could career to the middle level needs in the field of technical knowledge. Such middle level technical know-how was necessary for the country to undertake development; industry was expanding and new development corporations came into being, and such institutions, in addition to engineers, wanted middle level technical expertise.
Since there was no organization to produce such men, the Government of the day wanted us to examine the possibility of setting up a Technological Institute which is capable of producing middle level technicians in areas relevant to...
...Advantages and disadvantages of online education
It is basically credit-granting courses or education training delivered primarily via the Internet to students at remote locations, including their homes. The Online courses may or may not be delivered synchronously. An online course may need that students and teachers meet once or periodically in a physical setting for lectures, labs, or exams, so long as the time spent in the physical setting does not exceed 25 percent of the total course time. Online education encompasses various degrees and courses. Through online education, one can opt for many online degrees or online courses from various online universities which provide this facility.
Accessibility: The Distance from a university campus is no longer a barrier in the education of students. Today's generation have the advantage of utilizing time effectively, since there are numerous choices in distant online education for them. For the student to access online education, all he or she needs is a personal computer with internet access with which he or she can find the desired courses online and enroll. The online education systems ensure that the student's put all their energies into studies. Travel is a one of the major issue that is associated with taking on-the-campus classes...
...the world. This term grows along with advancements made in the field of education. With the increased use of technology in education, the methods and aids used for learning and teaching have drastically changed in the past few years. Apart from this, there are many benefits of incorporating technology into education. Some of these benefits include:
As many students recently graduated from High School, I found an interesting article about the first class of graduating seniors from Utah from a virtual high school. The students graduated from Utah Virtual Academy with a small class size of around 12 students. However, the director, Jeffrey Herr, explained that virtual schools are growing in popularity and the school now has more than 2,000 students signed up for the upcoming school year.
It will be interesting to see how large this school and other virtual schools grow over the next few years. I wonder if they will continue to increase in enrollment or if they struggle to hold their ground. Three benefits I see in educational classroom technology include:
One way technology allows students and education to improve is through the accessibility of instruction and courses. Online courses allow students to have access to courses the school they attend does not offer. It also allows students who are unable to attend school for health and other complications to still be able to obtain an...
...ADVANTAGES OF HIGHER EDUCATION
General Purpose: To Inform
General Purpose: To inform my listeners of advantages
of a college education.
Central Idea: Having a solid grasp on being taught, being
a learned individual on a mission to succeed,
and bringing the best result out of the
repetitiveness of daily life.
I. Attention Material:
A. “The Benefits of Higher Education For Individuals And Society” w.w.w.
The College Board is responsible for the compilation of very useful data
relating to the advantages of higher education. The College Board’s
mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity.
B. I have a great source of information for all people interested in higher
1. THANK GOD FOR THE INTERNET!!!
C. There is a multiple-triple effect that comes alive in whoever reads the
College Board’s reports on the advantages of higher education…
an effect that is positive.
D. I read a portion of the College Board’s material…and the result was
a continued positive motivation that helps to keep me in college.
1. Are any of you gaining an advantage from higher education?