Erscheinungsdatum: 24.12.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Using Qualitative Action Research to Effect Change, Titelzusatz: Implications on Student's Enrollment, Autor: Sudhakar, Sreejith // K. N., Jayakumar // Ravindranath, Sreehari, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Bildungssysteme und // strukturen // Bildungsstrategien und // politik // Bildungswesen: Organisation und Verwaltung // Konfessionelle Schulen // Lehrerausbildung, Rubrik: Bildungswesen (Schule // Hochschule), Seiten: 128, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 207 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Translation as an effective teaching methodology is neglected by many language learners and teachers. The present study investigated the effect of using literal translation as a strategy for noticing and learning participial phrases and absolute constructions. Forty EFL students were non-randomly selected based on the enrollment procedures of their university. A pre-test was administered for the purpose of examining the students' prior knowledge of targeted structures. Then, the treatment of the study (translating 10 English sentences into Persian while thinking aloud before deductive instruction of targeted grammatical structures) was applied to the experimental group and a placebo (deductive instruction of targeted structures following course book exercises) was applied to the control group for about two sessions. Running related parametric statistics, the results revealed that the use of translation significantly affected learners' noticing and learning targeted complex grammatical structures. The use of translation as an effective strategy of noticing in learning is suggested for learners, teachers, and material developers.
The Mid Day Meal Scheme is a multi-faceted programme of the Government of India that, among other things, seeks to address issues of food security, lack of nutrition and access to education on a pan nation scale. It involves provision for free lunch on working days for children in Primary and Upper Primary Classes in Government schools.The primary objective of the scheme is to provide hot cooked meal to children of primary and upper primary classes. with other objectives of improving nutritional status of children, encouraging poor children, belonging to disadvantaged sections, to attend school more regularly and help them concentrate on classroom activities, thereby increasing the enrollment, retention and attendance rates.The success and failure of the programme can be accessed by studying it's performance in certain states and thus evaluating it's effect on educational enrollment
The purpose of this book is to analyze how potential college-bound and current students make meaning about the higher education experience from the film that is pivotal in the American college culture and sets the trend for future college-themed films National Lampoon's Animal House (1978). The research question is offered: What does National Lampoon's Animal House (1978) communicate about administrators, students, professors, and in general, the college experience? Another research question addresses meaning: Is the screenwriter's message the message received by audiences? This book will be useful to college admissions consultants and recruiters as they attempt to understand students' perceptions of higher education and how these perceptions may affect enrollment as well as degree persistence, shed light on the effects of mass media and how the media may influence viewers' perception of reality, serve as a guide for how one creates news patterns of meaning, extends current attitudes and behaviors, and/or dissolves a way of thinking by applying the Kaleidoscope Effect.
An estimated one-third of students fail to graduate after four years of high school. Reasons for leaving school often suggest underlying emotional and social causes. The current study explored the relationship between emotional-social intelligence (ESI) and academic outcomes of at-risk students, and investigated the impact of an intervention on ESI. Participants included 130 at-risk secondary students administered the Emotional Quotient Inventory: Youth Version (EQi:YV). Persistence in school and academic progress were tracked to analyze links between ESI and academic outcomes. Additionally, students were randomly assigned to a social-emotional learning (SEL) intervention or control group. No difference was found in ESI between the two groups. A significant relationship was found between ESI and passage of the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). No significant effect of ESI was found on persistence or progress. The at-risk students demonstrated consistently lower Interpersonal skills, lower Intrapersonal skills, and higher Stress Management scores prior to enrollment compared to peers.
Revision with unchanged content. One of the purposes of China s fertility policy is to improve child wellbeing. Twenty-eight years after the onset of the policy, however, it is unclear whether it has achieved this goal. This work evaluates the consequences of the policy beyond fertility control in transitional China by investigating three child outcomes: malnutrition for children ages 0-6, overweight for children ages 7-12, and school enrollment for children ages 13-18. Using data from China Health and Nutrition Survey, it focuses on the local variations of the policy and sibling composition, while exploring a broad range of other factors related to each outcome. Analytical results highlight that the policy rules and sibship composition have little effect on child health, but single children are more likely to enroll in school than other children. As much as the policy has motivated couples to reduce number of births and internalize the norms of give children better care and education, all children are better off in health and education. However, the complexity and the presence or absence of policy effect on the diverse dimensions of child outcomes reflect the unique demands of children in different stages of life course, for household resources, and parental choices. The book is addressed to researchers in sociology, population studies, public health, and relevant policy-makers within and beyond China.