9 results found, view free essays on page:
Firefighting - 905 words
Firefighters put their life in danger every single day to help and save the public. Firefighters must be prepared for the endangers they encounter and be able to respond immediately to a fire or any other emergencies that arises. Because fighting fires is so complex, it requires organization and teamwork. At every emergency scene, firefighters perform specific duties assigned by a superior officer. At fires they connect hose lines to hydrants, operate a pump to high pressure hoses, and position ladders to deliver water to the fire. They also rescue victims and administer emergency medical aid as needed. Firefighters duties may change several times while the company is in action. Sometimes th ...
Free research essays on topics related to: firefighting, fire prevention, school education, classroom instruction, deliver
Computer Based Training Business Interchange - 4,693 words
... but over the Internet, the connection speeds and download times are often much slower than CD-ROMs. More and more, CD-ROM and the Web are being seen not as two different methods, but as two parts of the same method - content delivery. CD-ROM is useful for intensive media and the Web is useful for information distribution. Combine the two and you have a real solution. Do I need a learning assistant or facilitator like Microsoft's Online Learning Institute (MOLI) has as a part of the learning process? An assistant or facilitator available online can be helpful but your training can be designed without them. An assistant on line can help handle customer service issues or technical problems ...
Free research essays on topics related to: business model, classroom training, computer, computer systems, training program
Ethics In The Workplace - 1,011 words
... feteria manger can take the proper security measures to monitor the customers. One day Chris starts working at his local grocery store as a night stock clerk. His new supervisor Shane is an unusual person and is showing him the types of tasks he will be doing. Soon its lunchtime and Shane is looking for something for lunch. Shane asks Chris if hes going to get anything. Chris tells him he brought lunch from home. Shane says well you dont need to do that anymore because we get lunch for free around here. Chris asks, well how exactly do we do that? Shane replies well check this out and he grabs something from the frozen food section and drops in on the ground and then steps on it. Whoops t ...
Free research essays on topics related to: business ethics, ethics, workplace, state college, military training
Progressive Education - 1,839 words
To meet the needs of an increasing industrialized Canadian society in the late 1930s, the elementary curriculum was revised. This essay will explore the changes BC curriculum endured as a result of the progressive movement within the Greater Victoria area by way of the Greater Victoria Survey of Schools of 1937-38 and the Curriculum Guide: The New Programme of Studies 1936-7. The new system is commonly known as progressive education or the new education. Jean Barman describes new education as embodying a commitment to a child-centered, relatively unstructured curriculum allowing considerable freedom of choice to pupil and teacher alike, the expression of humane, egalitarian, democratic phil ...
Free research essays on topics related to: basic education, education system, philosophy of education, physical education, progressive, progressive movement
Sexed Vs Abstinenceonly Education - 805 words
SEX-EDUCATION VS. ABSTINENCE-ONLY EDUCATION Why is it that even in times like these, when teen pregnancy rates and the transmission of STDs are at their highest, schools all over the United States are continuing to distribute condoms? Instead of teaching kids to wait to have sex, we're being taught how to use condoms and where to go for help and parenthood planning. Girls in the 7th grade are no longer asking "Where do babies come from?" Now the big question is "Do you spit or swallow?" What does this say about the future health of our country? What about moral and religious teachings from parents? Teaching kids about which contraceptives to use takes away a parent's legal and legitimate rig ...
Free research essays on topics related to: education classes, education programs, sex education, disease control, safe sex
Education In Tokyo - 1,725 words
Schooling in Japan emphasizes diligence, self-criticism and well organized study habits. The belief is ingrained in children that hard work and perseverance will yield success in life. Much of official school life is devoted to directly and indirectly teaching correct attitudes and moral values and developing character. At the same time, the academic achievement of Japanese students is extremely high by international standards. The majority of Japanese children begin their education with preschool, although it is not part of the official system. The official structure provides compulsory free schooling and a sound and balanced education to virtually all children from grade one to nine. Upper ...
Free research essays on topics related to: basic education, early education, education & social, elementary education, higher education, secondary education, special education
Multicultural Education Means Mediocre Education - 1,217 words
... ot a right. After eighth grade the academic students should attend Academic High Schools and the remaining thirty-percent (in the inner cities, this percentage would probably be higher) should attend Vocational High Schools. 3) From grades 9-11 those students in the Vocational High Schools should have the opportunity to earn admission (or re-admission) into the Academic High School on the basis of standardized test performance, subject matter test performance, individual initiative and teacher recommendations. But those students should be aware that they could lose their privilege of an academic education and be transferred permanently to the Vocational High School should they return to ...
Free research essays on topics related to: multicultural, multicultural education, vocational education, academic performance, o. henry
Leading A School - 1,394 words
Leading a school effectively is a skill that requires constant planning and development. A school leader can be defined as the person who is vested with formal authority over an organization or one of its sub units. He or she has status that leads to various interpersonal relations, and from this comes access to information. Information, in turn, enables the leader to devise strategies, make decisions, and implement action. Management is concerned with the optimum attainment of organizational goals and objectives with and through other people. Extension management organizations are characterized by many strategies, wide spans of control, social equality, and autonomy. Their management practi ...
Free research essays on topics related to: management performance, human resources, effective human, root, rotation
Personal Learning Style - 756 words
PERSONAL LEARNING STYLE Who would have ever thought taking a college course would require one to learn how to learn? It is a good concept we normally undergo at a very young age. At the pre-school age one will find children learning their strength and weakness through their playtime. As adults we almost forget we have to learn how to learn to continue growth in our workplace, school, and in life. In our second week of online classes I learned strengths and weakness in my learning style with the aid of learning assessments, personality spectrums, and time management logs. In this paper, I intend to describe the various components of my learning style and outline a plan to improve my time mana ...
Free research essays on topics related to: learning style, classroom instruction, time management, study skills, document
9 results found, view free essays on page: