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Education Case Study

Macroeconomics, read the attached case study (s) and respond to the questions?
But if, in your view, attending college is more of a pain than you expected your next best alternative to be, then the opportunity cost of attending college is even higher. In other words, if you are one of those people who find college difficult, often boring, and in most ways more unpleasant than a full-time job, then the cost in money terms understates your opportunity cost. Not only are you incurring the expense of college, but you are also forgoing a more pleasant quality of life. If, on
Pages: 1 (250 words), Case Study
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Transition Assessment of a Post-Secondary Student
The assessment carried out was aimed at understanding the preferences, aspirations and individual styles of students. The evaluation consisted of recording responses to specific questions and then used the MBTI measure to determine a relationship between individual personality and corresponding career options to recommend a suitable college course.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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Organizational Psychlogy And Behavior
The meeting ended and Paul was convinced that he could not have obtained more from Dr. Paul felt discriminated, but did not know how to answer this attitude, so he just left.Because he was upset, Paul left his cap in Dr. David`s office and did not realize that for some time. Then he went back to get his cap, but found that Dr. David had began another counselling session, with a female student whom Paul could only hear talk, because Dr. David had left the door open. Not wishing to intrude, Paul
Pages: 7 (1750 words), Case Study
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Case study of a child
When Samuel makes a mistake, she is quick to tell him that committing such mistakes is ok, it is noticeable that the teacher does not exert much effort beyond that. Samuel’s eagerness to learn is apparent but the teacher does not seem to be paying him much attention. Because of this, Samuel is not as outgoing as other children his age. During the writing sessions, he simply draws pictures of toys and people. He simply scribbles letters on his notes and is not able to write full words, more so
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Functional behavior assessment and positive behavior intervention plan
Functional Assessment Interview Form (FAIF) results revealed that Collins have a tendency to be more aggressive when bothered specifically when using his iPad. On several occasions, he would go to the extent of breaking anything within his reach especially when anyone tried to take his iPad from him.Direct behavior observation showed that he was more likely to get aggressive when his brother who attempted to take the iPad. On some occasions, he would yell loudly and kick at anyone close to him.
Pages: 5 (1250 words), Case Study
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Parenting and Support Needs of a Multi-Risk Family
 The parent’s wishes at the beginning of the service were to abstain from drug abuse. This is because drug abuse had brought negative impacts to the family, for instance, their father was currently in prison due to drug trafficking and weapon charges. After Monique tested positive for cocaine and traces of other opiates in her system.
Pages: 10 (2500 words), Case Study
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The Prescott High School Regression
For the individual variables and shapes of the histograms suggest symmetry towards a normal distribution, with slight deviations and therefore support the hypothesis of a relationship between students’ college GPA and high school GPA, total SAT score, and quality of a student’s recommendation letter. The distributions would however convey conflicting shapes.Regression analysis however offers a more reliable analysis of the relationship between the dependent variable and the independent
Pages: 3 (750 words), Case Study
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Case#4
She may need to make some minor changes in her approach to ensure that the diverse self interests of the members of the school are also effectively managed such as through the use of rewards.Q#3: Based on the information in the case study, describe the leadership styles of the previous principal, Mr. Calbo and the current principal, Dr. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each style.Based on an analysis of the information provided in the case study, I would describe the leadership style of
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Case study #3 Another Fedeeral Intrusion
As such, the move triggered differences among other secondary principals and elementary principals. The decision by Dr. Stacy also signifies an unreliable personality trait that would question individual leadership attributes. Billy Pratt decision to publicly criticize NCLB policies shows disrespect to a given law (Kowalski, 2004, P3, L10). This is a negative approach that would ignite conflict of interest among other curriculum leaders and policy makers. This view is justification of his
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Case#3 Another Federal Intrusion
Question 3: Discuss the issue of federal involvement in education (specifically education of children who are deaf). What are the pros and cons of NCLB as they relate to the education of children who are deaf?The Federal government’s involvement in education particularly of the children who are deaf is enhanced through the two pieces of legislation namely the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) and the Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA) (Cortiella, 2006, P. For example, NCLB allows the
Pages: 2 (500 words), Case Study
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Advantages and Disadvantages of Committees for Administration
The possible disadvantages of dividing administrative functions into organizational divisions include the possible claim of centralization of control, conflicts in roles and duties of the divisions. In this case, we find that the division may complain of another division's sole role in centralizing control.
Pages: 4 (1000 words), Case Study
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Issues Related to Bilingual Education in the United States
It is reported that long before European colonizers came to the North American continent with their own languages and culture, the land was occupied by indigenous languages (Higham, 1992). Despite the rich cultural and language diversity in ancient days, the United States had a vision of a common language. 
Pages: 9 (2250 words), Case Study
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Interactivity enhancing learning?
According to (Bullard,2014) the adoption and introduction of technology like use of computers has improved both children and adult education through improving the social and the cognitive skills and at the same time enhance children technology skills.According to report from the international society for technology in education (ISTE) the use of technology improve the children through: i) use of devices such as mouse, keyboards, Audiotape and other technologies help develop thinking ability;
Pages: 8 (2000 words), Case Study
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