Learning Environment

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In the present day world the researches devote lots of attention to the children developmental environment: “The researchers examined 420 pairs of 5-year-old twins, assessing the children on four measures of school readiness that included identifying colors and shapes; answering questions about spatial position (such as above, below, left, right), relative size (such as smaller, […]

Learning and Memory

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References Baddeley, Alan D. (1976). The Psychology of Memory. New York: Basic Books, Inc. Baars, B. J. & Gage, N. M. (2007). Cognition, Brain, and Consciousness: Introduction to cognitive neuroscience. London: Elsevier Ltd.

Leading VS Management

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It would be essential that the leader should illustrate his report (having a persuasive direction) that team oriented empowerment, does not reduce managerial function, but would help to provide better service. According to the recent investigations empowerment and team orientation has become one of the most efficient and increasing productivity inventions. What is actually empowerment […]

Leadership – Principles and Practices

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I would like to say that the phenomenon of emotional intelligence people discuss from late 1990-s. However, this concept has already been successfully migrated into the institutions, schools, MBA programs, etc. In our schools, there is even special subject – SEL (Social and Emotional Learning), predictor of which is the idea that relationships – is […]

Political Leadership

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Margaret Thatcher as a prominent political leader and personality Margaret Thatcher is one of the brightest and, probably one of the well-known political leaders in the history of the XX century. Her political and economic ideas, foreign policy, lifestyle changed the life of the country and Margaret Thatcher managed to turn Britain into one of […]

Leadership

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In this paragraph it is important to note that the influence on people by the leader can be done in different ways. This may be an approach called a bridge to engine room, where the leader gives commands and controls the situation, or the same influence can be provided by the way of group activities […]

Law Enforcement

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The significant differences and existing shortcomings of national police training systems pose a problem in developingintegrated international standards for police training, which are able to bring together their training in various countries, as well as significantly increase its efficiency. The creation and implementation of such integrated standards is possible only through the joint efforts of […]

English Language Learners (ELLs) Lacking the Value of Money

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The practical question related to this objective and associated with money is “Determine the value of a set of up to five coins that total $1.00 or less” (Mathematics Essential Skills Chart, 2011), and this is the practical objective, which should be addressed to improve the situation. Ryan and Williams (2007) present evidence that this […]

Juvenile Justice-Curfew Laws

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References: Adams, K. (2003). The Effectiveness of Juvenile Curfews at Crime Prevention.Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 587, 136-159. Farkas, S., & Johnson, J. (1997). Kids these days: What Americans really think about the next generation. New York: Public Agenda. McKinney, J. (2008, September 11). Curfews: A New Crime-Fighting Tool. Retrieved […]

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency – Intermediate sanctions

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Thus, taking everything into consideration it is possible to say in conclusion that boot camps are a good alternative for troubled teens, because it is better to participate in short-term prison program than to be sentenced for many years in real prison. Boot camps help to change young minds into better side, give young people […]