Tag: Development

Chose an aspect of your clinical practice and reflect and critically analyse your professional development by drawing on supportive evidence from your portfolio.

Introduction The purpose of this essay is to critically analyse an aspect of professional development and by using relevant reflection techniques to evaluate the development of this skill. The area of clinical practice which will be examined is wound management and the role in which reflection can be used to emphasize the progression of the …

The development of a web based system that provides quality data in real time, for dynamic information retrieval and display (web & mobile).

1.1 Introduction In recent years, the Internet and World Wide Web (www) have become ubiquitous, surpassing all other technological developments in our history. They’ve also grown rapidly in their scope and extent of use, significantly affecting all aspects of our lives. Industries such as manufacturing, travel and tourism, banking, education, Olympic Games and government are …

A management report addressing the impact of the restrictions and limitations of Iran Press Law upon press and online services of the country; focusing on the Articles of the Press Law and recommendations based on the most up-to-date media development and global standards of liberty of expression

Introduction From what worldwide perceptions assume, media content and media operations could considerably impact countries vital aspects such as economy, culture, and political matters and importantly people’s opinions. Such as most of the media organisations around the world, Iran’s media and press organisations are regulated by law, but reverse the most of them, these regulations …

Critical Study of the Development of a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine at Cliff Searle

Abstract The completion of this project would not have been possible without the help and assistance of my supervisor Prof. Paul Wagstaff and Kingston University lab technicians Dean Wells and Cliff Searle. Tremendous thanks must be given for all of their time and efforts in aiding with this investigation. It served as a good insight …

What role does the family play in the development, maintenance and treatment of eating disorders?

Abstract This essay aims to clarify the role that the family plays in the development and maintenance of eating disorders among adolescents. It argues for a conceptual shift in treating the family as a dynamic system which can be restructured for successfully treatment of adolescent eating disorders. Supportive family participation should be an integral part …

In addition to the variety of development, the study of child development has been carried out from a number of perspectives, which offer signposts to different routes to understanding children. Compare and contrast the theories of Vygotsky, and Piaget in relation to thinking and learning.

Introduction The manner in which children develop cognitively, is essential in expanding their overall learning and thinking capabilities. Jean Piaget (1896-1980) and Lev Vygotsky (1896-1934) are among the most significant researchers in the discipline of cognitive development. Both Piaget and Vygotsky contributed information of great magnitude to studies of the learning and thinking abilities of …

Critically evaluate the empirical support for Piaget’s theory of the stages of cognitive development

Introduction Cognitive development overlooks the way children learn which Piaget (1896-1980) has had a great influence on. Piaget observed children throughout activities by interacting with them verbally and active listening. Piaget (1952) believed that children move through various stages in order to develop. In order for children to develop they had to pass the four …

The Second Millennium Development Goal: Achieving Universal Primary Education by 2015?

Introduction The main focus of this dissertation is to examine the second Millennium Development Goal (MDG) of achieving universal primary education (UPE) – ‘ensuring that by 2015…boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling’ (UN, 2010). This paper identifies the returns from education at both the private and …

Study of Childbearing subsidiary policies and the Child Development Co-Savings Scheme

Introduction In our study, we refer childbearing subsidiary policies as child-care subsidies and baby bonus (Child Development Co-Savings Scheme). Most would agree that these subsidy policies, which reduce parent’s costs to raise babies, would lead to higher Total Fertility Rate. Total Fertility Rate (TFR) is defined as the number of children an average woman would …

Our science and technology have a quickly development. In the international marketplace, there are many unusual and high technology products.

Introduction Today, our science and technology have a quickly development. In the international marketplace, there are many unusual and high technology products. They usually make our life to be more convenient and easier to solve the different problem. However, the population growth in recent years, congenital blindness and blind people with acquired blindness, that the …

The development of social theory (Soc 2001) goffman and foucault

Introduction Social theory has developed from a classical approach to a more modern sociological approach, characterised by a rise of functionalism and the introduction of interpretive sociology. Swingewood (2000) states that “the heart of sociological thought is.. to redefine concepts and to rediscover them” (Swingewood, 2000:9). Both Goffman and Foucault have contributed to the development …

Describe the ways in which play is said to promote children’s development

Introduction Play is an integral part of child development throughout the early years of every child’s life. This is because it permits children to practice their imagination while developing their mind, agility, bodily, cognitive, and expressive strength. Play is important to on-going healthy brain development. Children are known to use play at the early stages …

Personal and Professional Development – personal experience

Abstract An account of the author’s experiences of a ‘personal and professional development’ module. The two main sections analyse the learning experience, and focus upon a particular area for self-development. The analysis of learning covers aspects of the module which were found useful, and why, and describes ideas such as Kolb’s ‘learning cycle’ which were …

Critically analyse and contrast the advantages of the Concession and PSA governance regimes from the viewpoint of the sovereign state. Use global examples where the sovereign state has controlled the development in their favour

Introduction Since oil ownership is based upon the sovereignty principle, International Oil Companies (IOC’s) are required to enter into concession agreements with the sovereign state in order to acquire the exclusive right to operate, maintain and conduct investments in public utilities for a certain number of years. Accordingly, there are many advantages such agreements bring, …

To what extent do you agree that vocational education and training should be the responsibility of employer and employee, with the state’s role being limited to largely one of encouragement and facilitation? Discuss with reference to the different systems of vocational education and training and their implications for skill development.

Introduction One can agree that vocational education and training should be the responsibility of the employer, however also that the state should play a proactive role in the facilitation of this VET to ensure that the right kind of training and labour market formation takes place. In the absence of standardized tertiary education for these …

Development through the Implementation of Physical Activity to Patients Suffering from Mental Illness.

Introduction Efficient delivery of care is the essence of nursing. Being a successful nurse revolves around the capability to deliver care which contributes to the wellbeing of the patients (Barker, 2005). In exploring the efficient delivery of care to patients suffering from mental illness, this paper consists of two parts. Part One outlines the practical …

Policy Framework Development

Introduction In this essay, I will discuss the welfare state since World War II and how it has impacted society in England and Wales. In addition, I will discuss the importance of social policy, how it was developed and the four most frequently used approaches. The ideas behind these approaches will be explained and some …

Individual delivery of a learning and development session plus 2000 words reflection

our site – CUSTOM ESSAY WRITING – How to engage in a conversation with clients that would lead to sales? Part A: Lesson Plan The specific group of learners For this study the specific group of learners included the sales and marketing attaches attached to sales agent who deals with automobiles. The training needs The …

The Development of Multi-Faceted Literacy in American Culture

Though many theories have been formulated about literacy and how to apply proper education to it, few seem to grasp the fact that true literacy involves lots of different aspects. Though many educators have tried to put the term literacy into a strict definition, it is best understood as a complex educational aspect. Literacy combines …

Moral development

According to the Social Learning Theory, our moral behavior is shaped by the reinforcement and punishment stimuli through the process of learning. It means that if a child was punished in the past for a certain behavior and is faced with such a situation again, he/she will avoid this behavior. As a social being, a …

Millennium Development Goal and Bangladesh

Report on 2012 Millennium Development Goal (MDG) and Bangladesh The Progress of Bangladesh on MDG A report submitted to the Department of Economics, AIUB, as a course requirement of Economic Geography, Fall semester 2012| | Prepared & Submitted byTeam : HISTORYNazmun,MdIstiakAlam, NusratKhan,Jahirul Islam Akhter, Sheikh TurashaShuvo,Shariar Al AminAshraf, Taskia| | Course teacherRAFIQ, FARHANAFaculty Department of …

Language development in children

All the other ways of knowing are controlled by language. The appropriate use of language is central to virtually all aspects of learning and social development. Successful and appropriate language communication is also closely linked to the individual’s place in society, while the inability to communicate clearly hampers and may virtually eliminate a person’s ability …

Understand Child Development and Young Person Development

CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Children and Young People’s Workforce (QCF) Unit Ref: L/601/1693 CYP Core 3. 1: Understand Child Development and Young Person Development Rosanna King Learning Outcome 1: Understand the expected pattern of development for children and young people from birth – 19 years. Assessment Criteria 1. 1: Explain the sequence and …

Human Development

The Open Polytechnic of New Zealand Trimester 1, 2012 73198 Human Development Final Examination Time allowed Three hours, plus 10 minutes to read this paper. Instructions Section A Answer all of the 30 multiple-choice questions on the answer sheet provided at the back of this paper. Attach this answer sheet to your examination booklet securely. …

Training & Development Proposal

Industry Development Programme – Introduction to Broadcast Technology VENUE Wireless Communication Centre, Faculty of Telecommunication, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Skudai, Johor. 5th to 7th November 2012 A collaboration programme between SKMM Academy, Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia and Wireless Communication Centre (WCC), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia Overview of the program The Introduction to Broadcast Technology training is …

Childhood Development and Sexual Behavior

Childhood Development and Sexual Behavior Frank Sehi PSY/265 January 24th, 2013 Nicole Pansey Childhood Development and Sexual Behavior Sexual behavior begins to develop as early as the “Infancy (0 to 2 Years) stage” (Rathus, Nevid, & Fichner-Rathus, “CHAPTER 13 ? Sexuality in Childhood and Adolescence,” 2011). Male fetuses have erections while in the mother’s womb, …

The cognitive process of child development

The cognitive process of child development and learning has influenced theorists such as Piaget, Vygtosky, Montessori, Bruner and Dewey to develop learning theories which highlight how the cognitive operation of learning occurs and how it is best achieved. The work of these theorists has become the foundation for much research and insight into how children …

Child Development

Child development is the process of how your child is able to do complex things as he gets older. Development involves learning skills such as tying shoes, skipping, kicking a ball and walking. Children develop their skills in five main areas: * Physical Development * Intellectual/Cognitive Development * Language Development * Emotional Development * Social …

Personal and Professional Development

Introduction My own journey to “today”, thankfully, did not happen individually. I smile when I remember so many helpful people who were contributed in my own learning, growing and developing. I came from Lithuania 8 years ago, immediately after finishing my Secondary School. My first work in Ireland was “Argos” shop, based in Cavan Town. …

To What Extent Does Trade Help Reduce Development Disparities

To what extent does trade help reduce development disparities? The Republic of Malawi in the southeast of Africa is a landlocked country in which 85% of the people are employed in agriculture. About 90% of all farmers are smallholder farmers that suffer from low income and underdeveloped techniques. This is just one example of underdeveloped …