Tag: Education

Does Our Patients with Diabetes have Suffiscient Knowledge to Take Care of Their Feet?: A Prospective Study About 100 Tunisian Patients

The present study examined the knowledge of diabetic victims and seek the determinants associated with good knowledge while providing podiatry recommendation.This is a prospective cross-localized descriptive study, including 100 diabetic patients, made inquiries in the C Department of the National Nutrition Institute of Tunis (INNTA), recruited from 02 to 30 September 2019. We enroled 100 […]

Being a Good Person: Discussing Human Nature as Good and its Impact on Education

The Confucian instruction advocates the idea of basically discard the badness of psychology of humankind, widely promote the excellence of human nature, and strongly stresses on the view of “educating for all”. Yet, in the modern educational plans, family-education, school instruction, societal instruction and self-education promote self-progress without concern of others. Through resolving the concrete […]

Active Learning Students – A State of the Art about STEM Education

Active-learning classes boost students’ overall learning, according to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education study. One of the STEM teaching frameworks is TBL. Small group interaction may be more important in team-based learning (TBL) than in any other regularly employed instructional technique in university education. Three facts support this conclusion. To begin, group work […]

Achieving a Stable, Adequate, and Sustainable Financing of Primary Education in Nigeria

It cannot be overstated that elementary school is the bedrock upon which all subsequent levels of education are built. It’s also comparable to a building’s entrance gate, which regulates who gets in and out. Despite the significance of basic education, financing in Nigeria has been insecure, inadequate, and unsustainable. Over the years, there has been […]

Education in the Pursuit of Truth Good Beauty- Disseminating Truth in Confucius’ Philosophy of Education, Good Beauty as Self-Cultivation & Its Enlightenment in Early Childhood Education

The Six Arts, which comprise li or rituals (good), yue or music (beauty), she or archery (truth), yu or charioteering (truth), shu or reading (truth), and *shu or mathematics, are taught in Confucian schools (truth). The educational goals, curriculum, and techniques of Confucius reflect the features of ancient China’s educational system. Confucian pedagogy focuses on […]

The Impact of Educational Intervention on Rational Prescribing at Public Health Facilities in Selected Rivers State Local Government Area, Nigeria

The purpose of this study is to see how effective an educational intervention on rational prescription is among prescribers in a few local government areas in Rivers State, Nigeria. According to the World Health Organization, half of all drugs are prescribed, delivered, and sold incorrectly, and patients do not utilise them correctly. This was a […]

Improved Education by Novel Economic Instruments

The Naturally Optimised Revenue Demand in Communities (NORDIC) concept was utilised to improve schooling. Dropout is a significant problem. Dropping out refers to leaving high school, college, or university for a variety of reasons, including practicality, necessity, or disillusionment. It affects not only the student who drops out, but also the university as a whole […]

Determining and Evaluating the Role of Education and Socialization in the Manifestation of Aggressive Behavior

The goal of this article is to emphasise the importance of environmental factors, particularly education and socialisation, in moulding an individual’s social behaviour, particularly aggressive and undesired behaviour. Following the initial reflection and conceptual definitions, it tries to describe the biological, linguistic, emotional, cognitive, and mental state and evolution of humans as a result of […]

Study about Intellectual Disabilities: Sensomotor Integration, Cognition and Behaviour – Strategy of Education and Treatment

 This chapter examines several aspects of educational and rehabilitation interventions for children with intellectual disabilities that can take place in schools or other rehabilitation settings. Bruner’s concept of so-called growth sciences, which comprise both special education and rehabilitation, is the foundation for the proposed strategy. The focus is on the theoretical, diagnostic, and rehabilitative strategy […]

Determination of Kenya Education Management Institute’s Capacity Building Programme and Public Primary School Head Teachers’ Competencies in Teacher Supervision in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya

The purpose of this study was to see how KEMI training affected head teachers’ competency in supervising teachers in public primary schools in Kenya’s Uasin Gishu County. Background: Education is the bedrock and pillar of human existence. Educational administration in Kenya entails the direction, management, and control of the educational industry. Working closely with instructors […]

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