Learning Essay Examples

Frederick Douglass and Richard Wright

There are many similarities and differences between the two intellectual authors, some of these are deep within, some stand out. The main focus is not only to understand the differences and similarities of the two, but also the qualities and characteristics of these writers consist of. Each author displays qualities that illustrate their identity. It… View Article

Cheating in College Exams

Although there are a lot of just and honest students in colleges right now others don’t care about their education. Students continually try to cheat their way trough graduation. But the dilemma comes when they find out that the consequences are more significant that the grade they received. Nowadays there are a lot of uninvolved… View Article

Successful and Unsuccessful Learning Experiences

Skiing When I was about fourteen years old I wanted to go on a skiing trip to Austria with my school, my parents said they would pay for the for the spending money I was saving my wages from my part time job helping the milkman. I had one major problem, I couldn’t ski!!! I… View Article

Reflective writing – personal view

There are many learning theories, each of them emphasizing various aspects of the teaching and learning process. I support the claim that adult learning should be looked at as a distinct style of learning and is unique to that of child and adolescence learning. Adults bring their life experiences into the classroom. They bring past… View Article

Purpose of the Education System

The question posed is “What should the education system be?” This question cannot be answered specifically because the education system means something different to everyone. The education system is, to an extent, what it should be, which is an institution devoted to the development of the intellect. American education should however, be more than rote… View Article

The Case Against College

In “The Case Against College”, Caroline Bird questions the necessity of college and the education it provides. She states that college is accepted–without question. She holds that conventional wisdom and evidence show all high school graduates will be more responsible, and better than those who do not go. Bird’s column is devoted to tearing down… View Article

Using Daniel Keyes, “Flowers for Algernon”

Many feel that the mentally challenged are put through the many hardships of prejudice and maltreatment by people who lack the knowledge and understanding of their mental conditions. Usually what people don’t know about, they consider strange or awkward and this is the case with the hardships of the mentally challenged. Prejudice, maltreatment and ignorance… View Article

“The Role of the teacher” by Irving layton

In our society today, many students do very poorly in school. But what is the reason for this? In Irving Layton’s essay ‘The Role of The Teacher’ he believes that teachers shouldn’t be fully blamed, and that one of main reasons why students do poorly in school are due to the cut backs and poor… View Article

Motor Development Autobiography

The motor development was consisted of seven periods across the lifespan, each period is characterized by the different motor skills. Progression from one period to another would depend on the changes in three critical constraints, as well as individual’s skills and experiences. According to the developmental perspective, the changes in the motor skills were defined… View Article

Student’s Behavior: Red Alert

There is a single place in this country I despise but for Heaven’s sake, I have to be there almost every day, the classroom. Eager to learn as I am, the sight of the classroom makes me green and sick to my stomach. I feel nothing but outrage, nausea, and irritating discomfort in the classroom…. View Article

Why teens deserve an allowance

From my point of view, I think all teenagers deserve an allowance. Allowances help teenagers manage money and will prepare kids for the future. Without money managing experiences, adults of the future will spend money foolishly. Others will have plenty of cash if they learn young. Another reason I think allowances are a good idea… View Article

The Road to Integrated School Systems

In 1986, the Plessy v. Ferguson Supreme Court case established that there could be separate but equal facilities for blacks and whites, giving support to Jim Crow laws. The Supreme Court did not begin to reverse Plessy until the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case 58 years later, which established that segregating blacks… View Article

Studying abroad

Many students now are wishing to study abroad especially in western countries. Studying abroad is an exciting prospect for many people. People will become more mature when studying abroad because they can not only absorb new knowledge but also broaden their mind in term of cultural and social issues. Moreover, the new environments though posing… View Article

The Importance Of Formal And Informal Education

Traditionally our schools are responsible for formally educating our children and young people, and families and friends supply the informal portions of their educations. Both of these portions of a child’s education are of equal importance. They both contribute greatly to a child’s learning experience. They affect the way a child thinks and communicates with… View Article

Industrial Training Report

My sincere gratitudes go to my industrial supervisor Miss Siti Norshafina Binti Jaih, Site Engineer, and the other staff on Penang Second Bridge project Mr Leong Chee Keong, Contractor Manager , Mr Faizul Ikmal, Site Engineer, Mr Chang Su Thai, Quantity Surveyor, Mr Loo Wooi Min, site supervisor and all the staffs, for helping me… View Article