the education

the education

#1 in Higher Education
#2 in Educational Psychology
#2 in Elementary Teacher Education
#4 in Secondary Teacher Education
#4 in Curriculum and Instruction
#6 in Education Policy
#9 in Educational Administration and Supervision
Rankings based on the number of research articles in top-tier journals

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primary school uk

primary school uk

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We have a highly dedicated team of staff who are committed to providing an excellent education to our children. As a result, our children make fantastic progress and, by the time they leave us in Year 6, the vast majority are working in line or above national average in reading, writing and mathematics.
In addition, we place high value on providing a curriculum which is fun and interesting. Our topics enable children to develop their interests through meaningful contexts. We provide experiential learning opportunities termly, involving visitors coming in to school, special events and theme days as well as lots of trips out of school. We are well supported by specialist teachers in the arts and have our very own art studio. The high quality display around the school demonstrates the creativity of the curriculum and further stimulates children’s learning.

A very warm welcome to Belmont Primary School.
Be Safe,
Be Respectful,
Be A Learner

Working together to provide an educational environment that inspires, challenges and nurtures each child.
Lionel Primary School

Primary school uk
Sunnyfields is a Rights Respecting School and children’s rights are at the heart of everything that we do. Our pupils value the education they receive and are keen to achieve.
Sunnyfields is a popular, award winning Primary and Pre-School, set in extensive grounds.

Gascoigne Primary School is a vibrant and diverse community where pupils enjoy and achieve in a safe environment. Every member of our school community: pupils, parents, staff and Governors are treated with respect. We pride ourselves on the care and provision we offer to pupils and staff alike.
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We would like to offer a warm welcome to Cleveland Road Primary School and thank you for taking the time to look at our school website. We hope that children, parents and visitors to our site will find the information helpful and informative. We pride ourselves in providing a nurturing environment where all our pupils can develop the valuable life skills needed to go into the world, to make a difference and to achieve excellence.
5 Cs – Commitment, Care, Co-operation, Courtesy, Consideration

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References:

http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/the-british-system
http://www.whitehall.bristol.sch.uk/
http://www.belmontprimaryschool.org.uk/
http://www.lionelprimaryschool.co.uk/
http://sunnyfieldsprimary.co.uk/
http://www.gascoigneprimaryschool.co.uk/
http://www.clevelandroadpri.uk/
http://www.stoke.coventry.sch.uk/
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/the-british-system

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Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance takes place when an antibiotic is unable to kill a bacteria or inhibit its growth. The bacteria, therefore, become resistant to a wide range of known antibiotics. The condition is commonly referred to as MRSA. Bacteria become antibiotic resistant when they come up with mechanisms to prevent antibiotic action on them. Bacteria contain a cell wall, whose production when inhibited will limit survival. For antibiotics to be effective on bacteria, they limit cell wall production, block synthesis of DNA and RNA and also interfere with protein synthesis. Through mutation and other defense mechanism, bacteria can resist this antibiotic action on them, hence termed as resistant.

Neisseria gonorrhoeae is one of the bacteria that has been verified to have high antibiotic resistance. It is highly resistant to antibiotics such as penicillin. This antibiotic kills bacterium by inhibiting the enzyme transpeptidase which is responsible for the last step of cell wall biosynthesis. Penicillin’s mechanism action is to hinder new cell wall formation. Hence the bacterium is exposed to outside pressure and quickly dies.

Due to improper usage of antibiotics, bacteria are likely to be resistant, thus causing increased rate of mutations and transfer of genetic information for resistance to antibiotics. Chromosomal mutations of Neisseria gonorrhoeae has weakened penicillin penetration on the outer membrane. There has been a high-level penicillin resistance in the mutated Neisseria gonorrhoeae with plasmid-mediated penicillinase production.

Horizontal transfer of genetic information occurs when there is gene transfer between different species of bacteria. Resistant bacteria are transmitted through physical contact, and it could also be airborne. It can be regulated by observation of hygiene and following medical prescriptions of antibiotics administered. In animal husbandry, regular MRSA screening should be done to avoid the spread of antibiotic resistant bacteria.

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what are the 3 types of education

what are the 3 types of education

Most qualifications have a difficulty level. The higher the level, the more difficult the qualification is.

  • see a list of qualification levels in England, Wales and Northern Ireland
  • use the Register of Regulated Qualifications – if you know the name of the qualification and the exam board that runs it
  • compare qualification levels from other countries

References:

http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-62247-7_6

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educatiom

educatiom

Every child is born full of creativity. Nurturing it is one of the most important things educators do. Creativity makes your students better communicators and problem solvers. It prepares them to thrive in today’s world — and to shape tomorrow’s. Apple is constantly creating resources to help educators do just that. Not only powerful products, but also tools, inspiration, and curricula to create magical learning experiences and make every moment of screen time worth it.
Apple products give students complete freedom of expression. iPad is so intuitive, anyone can instantly take an idea and run with it. Mac provides the power to pursue the most ambitious projects. Students can even start creating on iPad, then pick up where they left off on Mac. And with all-day battery life, iPad and Mac keep going long after the last class is over.

Educatiom
If countries act quickly, they can build education systems better.
Simulating the Potential Impacts of the COVID-19 School Closures and Learning Outcomes: A set of Global Estimates

References:

http://www.worldbank.org/en/topic/education
http://www.apple.com/education/k12/

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high school uk

high school uk

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Guildford High School is a remarkable place; one of the most successful independent day schools in the country. Our one thousand girls, aged four to eighteen, enjoy exceptional facilities and inspired teaching.
The moment you walk through the door at Guildford High School you can feel the buzz, the energy and the excitement. In the corridors you hear laughter, chatter and debate. In the classrooms, you see absorbed and animated pupils. Most of all, you become aware of the warmth, friendship, happiness and passion for learning and for new challenges which exist within our school. It is a pleasure and privilege to be part of this exceptional school community. Our pupils embrace challenges both in and out of the classroom. As a result, they excel in so many areas. We see the breadth and depth of their achievements not only in academic results, but through the multitude of other interests which girls pursue to the highest level. Yet it is their good humour, enthusiasm and curiosity which never fail to impress. Mrs Fiona Boulton

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http://www.guildfordhigh.co.uk/

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article about education

article about education

Article about education
Some other popular articles were studies finding that teachers’ impact on non-cognitive skills is 10 times more predictive of students’ longer-term success than teachers’ impact on test scores; an analysis of the effectiveness of instructional coaching for teachers instead of regular professional development; and a look at whether teacher preparation programs can be evaluated based on the learning gains of their graduates’ students.
Every December, Education Next releases a list of the most popular articles we published over the course of the year based on readership.

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Article about education
ERIC indexes a wide variety of journal sources. The coverage of an approved journal source is determined by an examination of three to five current issues during the source review process, but may be updated at any time. Source coverage is defined as follows:

  • Comprehensively indexed journals contain an average of 80% or more education-related articles; ERIC creates a bibliographic record for all articles in every acquired issue.
  • Selectively indexed journals contain an average of 50-79% education-related articles and are critical to topic area coverage; ERIC applies a manual article-by-article selection process and indexes only the articles that conform to the standard and criteria outlined in the ERIC selection policy.

Article about education
Governments should support children and young people in education. They should:
UNCRC Article 28

References:

http://www.toppr.com/guides/essays/essay-on-education/
http://eric.ed.gov/?journals
http://cypcs.org.uk/rights/uncrc/articles/article-28/
http://www.apple.com/education/k12/

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primary school age

primary school age

Your child must start full-time education once they reach compulsory school age. This is on 31 December, 31 March or 31 August following their fifth birthday – whichever comes first. If your child’s fifth birthday is on one of those dates then they reach compulsory school age on that date.
Children born between 1 April and 31 August can start the September after they turn 5.

In Western Australia, children can start their education in Kindergarten, however compulsory schooling starts the following year in Pre-primary.
You need to apply to enrol your children in school for 2021 if they are:

There are a small number of schools which cater solely for Year 1-3 or Year 4-7 age ranges.
Education is compulsory for all children who have reached the age of 4 on or before 1 July.

Parents can apply for a place in the Autumn of the year before their child turns 4 years of age. It is important that you apply for a place as soon as possible:
Example: If your child was born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016, they’ll be able to start school in September 2020.

References:

http://www.education.wa.edu.au/enrolling-in-school
http://www.eani.org.uk/parents/types-of-school/school-type/primary-4-11-years
http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/20119/school_admissions/1786/apply_for_reception_primary_school/2
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/international/transitions/from-american-schools-to-british

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british schooling system

british schooling system

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The four divisions are called Key Stages – Key Stage 1 SATs are administered at the end of year 2 and Key Stage 2 SATs at the end of year 6. Students in Key Stage 3 are not given a series of exams, but are continually assessed by their teachers throughout years 7-9. Key Stage 4 ends with students taking General Certificate of Secondary Education exams (GCSEs).
In England, children ages 5-16 must be in full-time education, but the education structure begins at age 3-4 with Nursery. Children will enter primary school at age 4-5, then secondary school at age 11-12. The age of a child on 1 September determines when they need to start school.

References:

http://www.theschoolrun.com/overview-english-education-system
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/choosing-a-school/the-british-system

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Should You Be Overly Concerned About Your Dog’s Hydration?

Should You Be Overly Concerned About Your Dog’s Hydration?

When it comes to your pets, you probably care about them more than you care about yourself. For that reason, you worry about the fact that they may get sick, or something can happen to them.

Dehydration is one of the things you tend to worry about. This lack of water in the body can cause several complications, so it’s something to be avoided. Should you be overly concerned about your dog’s hydration? Read to find out.

Why Does Your Dog Need so Much Water?

It’s a known fact that water is required for every living creature in order to have a balanced diet and lead a normal and healthy life. Your dog is not excluded. Water makes the body function how it should, and it’s the main component of healthy cells.

Basically, water is what carries nutrients into and out of the body cells. Moreover, it helps with digestion and nutrient absorption. Easier movement of cushion joints is aided by water consumption, as it moisturizes them. Therefore, every important body function needs water. Without water, your dog may dehydrate and become ill.

What Causes Dehydration in Your Dog?

Dehydration may occur due to many factors. It happens when fluid levels decrease to less than they should be. So, if you don’t provide your dog with enough water in order to satisfy his thirst, he may become a victim of dehydration.

Other things that may lead to dehydration are fluid loss due to hot weather, diarrhea or vomiting. It happens especially to puppies. Therefore, pay a lot of attention to this factor, especially if you have a baby dog.

Signs of Dehydration

A lot of attention should be given to your dog to ensure he doesn’t suffer from dehydration.  If your dog has diabetes, kidney disease or is pregnant, you should be even more careful.

Some symptoms are more visible compared to others. For instance, the most common symptoms of dehydration in dogs are:

  • Panting
  • Loss of appetite
  • Dry gums and nose
  • Sunken eyes
  • Reduced energy
  • Skin elasticity loss

Skin elasticity may not be so visible, but it’s easy to test it. All you need to do is gently pinch your pet’s skin between your thumb and forefinger. Hydrated skin springs back to its original form. Dehydrated skin will take longer to do so.

Can Dehydration in Dogs Be Treated?

Dehydration can be treated depending on the problem’s source. For example, if your dog is suffering from vomiting or diarrhea, you should take it to your vet first. The vet can determine how your pet should be treated. Such medical emergencies are not something to play with, as your little friend can be in danger.

The veterinarian can decide on a proper treatment based on the problem. He may recommend fluid administration to balance the dog’s system. A simple bowl of water may not solve the issue, so he will provide intravenous and subcutaneous fluids.

If dehydration has a mild state, then you can make sure that you provide enough water for your dog and keep it like that.

Can Dehydration in Dogs Be Prevented?

As you are probably thinking, you can keep your dog’s hydration up by providing him with enough water. This is true. However, you should keep in mind that not every dog drinks the same amount of liquids. Each dog has its own amount, so keep an eye on him.

You may consult your veterinarian to find out which is the proper amount your dog needs, based on his condition.

Make sure you wash the water bowl every day to prevent bacteria and purchase one that has a weighted bottom. This way, you can prevent your dog from knocking it over.

If you’re exercising and traveling with your beloved pet, bring some extra water. You never know when you need it. Also, keep your toilet lid closed. Dogs have a tendency to think it’s a water fountain. It’s full of bacteria and, considering your dog has no idea about that, you should take measures.

Can Your Dog Over-Hydrate?

Dehydration is not the only problem – a dog can over-hydrate as well. Some signs can be nausea, bloating, lethargy, dilated pupils and excessive salivation. If you notice any of these signs, take your pet to the vet.

The cause may be the fact that your dog overindulges in wet activities, like drinking too much water or staying in the pool/lake all day. Make sure you monitor your dog to prevent anything from happening.

Conclusion

Your pet’s hydration should be one of the main priorities. Improper hydration may lead to several conditions which can be very dangerous for your dog. You love him, so maintaining his happy life is your responsibility. Therefore, check if your dog has enough water in his bowl.

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