Learning Essay Topics

Advantages and Disadvantages of Video Games

Everybody knows something about Super Mario or Pac-Man. These two and some others have started a new trend which called ‘playing video games’. Most people have spent their free time with playing video games and it still keeps going in that way. But for years people asking this question. ‘Do video games are bad or… View Article

Elementary school

1. 1 Age 1. 2 Gender 1. 3 Family income 2. What are the effects computer online games on the study habits of selected grade VI pupils at San Gabriel Elementary School? 3. Is there any significant difference on the effects of computer online games to the respondents’’ study habits in terms of their profile?… View Article

Advantages and Disadvantages of Distance Learning

Technology is advancing at alarming rates. In order to keep up with this ever growing field new means of education must be implemented. Distance Learning may very well be the best way to reach mass amounts of people rapidly. The advantages of Distance Learning are clear. The results are rapid and affect a broad community… View Article

The Sense in Organisational Learning, Knowing and Sense making

Experience in Learning             Learning is the acquisition of knowledge, ideas, concepts, experience and any other kind of element that can be acquired. Learning is the retention of knowledge. It is also a skill such as using tools, creating crafts or simply driving a car. Learning involves practice. Practice is a way of retaining learning…. View Article

Adult Learning

DISCUSSION BOARD Do you believe they have any benefit for teaching adults? Why or Why not? Share a personal example of each that supports your view. Based on your own experiences, do you believe that children and adults learn differently? Give examples to support your thoughts. Metaphors, rehearsal, imagery and mnemonics are concepts used for… View Article

What does ‘Scholar’ mean?

Meaning. It is a scientist, a learned person (usually in humanities) (especially philologist), or someone who became skillful and gained knowledge and mastery in one discipline (or more). Another meaning is that ‘Scholar’ is a student, who learns from teacher (especially a child who is studying) or a follower of some learned person, who takes… View Article

The Impact of Assistive Technologies as Learning and Teaching

Traditional classrooms in which the teacher delivered content by standing before a class of students, patiently waiting to be filled, much like empty vessels, have long been noted for their inherent shortfalls in meeting the cognitive and developmental needs of each of the range of students in their care. Research has proven that such methods… View Article

How Can Basketball Affect the Growth of a Child?

Basketball: my dreams, my life, my passion. Of course I had interest in several other sports (baseball and soccer being the two larger ones), but none held my interest the way basketball did. Even when I was just a young boy, the game of basketball fascinated me and, ultimately, captured my heart. Growing up, I… View Article

The Organisational Learning and the Learning Organisation

Schools are in business to promote learning; amongst both adults and pupils. But do they as organisations learn? Is it in fact possible for an organisation as a whole to learn? Even if there is evidence that individuals within organisations are learning, this does not automatically add up to collective learning: There are many cases… View Article

My Experience and Understanding of Adventure-Based Counselling

According to Neill (2004), ‘Adventure therapy is the use of adventure-based activities and/or adventure-based theory to provide people with emotional and/or behavioral problems with experiences which lead to positive change in their lives.’ Adventure therapy is also “programming aimed at changing [specified] dysfunctional behavior patterns, using adventure experiences as forms of habilitation and rehabilitation” (Priest… View Article

Reflective Paper

Introduction             Organization in the business and industrial setting is like a very interesting organism worthy of effort and time for study. The behavior of people and the environments with which they are in constant interaction is a ceaseless source for curiosity and fascinating research. This is so especially during this particular century when technology… View Article

Personal Statement

My name is Cheng Tzy Terng. My former school is Kian Kok Middle School. Now I am studying Cambridge A-Level Commerce course at Institut Sinaran. I take business studies, accounting, economics and mathematics. I wish to study accounting and finance in the university. I want to be an accountant. I study A-Level because A-Level is… View Article

The statement of purpose

Being an international student is a major learning curve. Miles away from Hong Kong, I’m way out of my comfort zone, navigating a stormy sea of emotions unique to international students- the excitement of seeing new things and places, the pride of being an international student, the fear of dealing with home sicknesses, the frustration… View Article

The Underground Railroad

The Underground Railroad was an important element in the fight for and promotion of freedom for blacks enslaved within the United States during the 19th century. However, in order to understand its importance to the development of U. S. society it is necessary to understand its historical and contextual basis. Leading off from the Mexican-American… View Article

The Value of Learning

The individual can choose to stay ignorant and live without a care for the harsh realities outside the comfort of his home and family. To be unaware is to live a more peaceful life in that one is not bothered with the plights of others. Or one can choose to be aware of the issues… View Article