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4.03.2013
Learning Styles

Many people are able to recognize that students vary in the way they learn best, using different methods and techniques though unfortunately many of these aren’t implemented in schools. The main learning styles include, visual, verbal, physical, logical, social and solitary. With this wide variety...

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26.02.2013
Revision

Revision   With exams looming in the summer, teachers, parents and students alike are beginning to think about revision and have an idea of what they want to have achieved once the results are published. In the run up to exams revision becomes a key...

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19.02.2013
What Should be on the School Curriculum?

  Who says what is important for students to learn in schools? Children represent the future so a well rounded understanding in education is essential for all students, before they then go on to decide whether or not to go onto further education. This is...

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11.02.2013
How important is healthy eating in schools?

In todays world we are all aware of the importance of living a healthy lifestyle with getting the right balance between a healthy diet and regular exercise all of which is advertised to us through the media. However, to what extent are schools pushing this...

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5.02.2013
Subject Choices?

  There is constantly deliberation and consideration by the department of education with regard to how much time needs to be spent with specific subjects in schools. The three core subjects considered essential are, English, Math’s and Science and therefore more timer per week is...

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29.01.2013
Are students given enough information about opportunities available to them once they leave school?

The education system in England and Wales is regulated through curriculums and relevant examinations. All of this is done not only to educate but to get students used to examinations in preparation for their future plans when they begin thinking about college and university courses,...

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23.01.2013
Private vs Public Schools

  They say that money can’t buy you happiness, but can it buy children a better rate of education? The cost of what people believe is a good education is far too expensive for majority, ranging to thousands of pounds per term, per child. This...

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15.01.2013
Does Education in Schools need to be Modernised?

  With this ever changing, and modern world that we now live in, it worries some that certain institutions, such as education are getting left behind as me move forward. Technology such as smart phones, ipads, ebooks, and apps are beginning to dominate the way...

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8.01.2013
What impact does the layout and design of a classroom have on education?

    Recently there have been questions over new school buildings and the standardisation of the classrooms that are now being implemented in schools as they expand to accommodate more students. The fact that the layout and design of a classroom can be an important...

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17.12.2012
Challenges over GCSE’s

Challenges over GCSE grades   Students, teachers and even local councils are now challenging the decision over GCSE grades, which they claim has left thousands of students in England with lower final grades than they had expected and hoped for. Exam boards state that they...

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