Effective curriculum requires an approach to teacher learning that takes into account several aspects such as the needs of the students, teachers, and the society. The process of curriculum development and improvement of pedagogy should be maximal effective and efficient. It is important that this process is built upon prior observed practices as well as documented literature. An effective curriculum, pedagogy and assessment strategy that improves the students’ outcomes is one that has the following three dimensions: intellectual quality, quality learning environment, and significance.
Griffin, J. M. 2009. A Smart Energy Policy: An Economist’s Rx for Balancing Cheap, Clean, and Secure Energy. Yale University Press.
Energy and environmental policy is just one area among many in which the stranglehold of lobbyists and wealthy elites over the political system is obvious, and this has done much to fuel the populist backlash in recent years. In 2000-08, the energy and natural resource sector spent $304 million on federal elections, 72% of which went to Republican candidates. Of this $141 million came from the oil and gas industry, and overall these industries were the fifth largest contributors to elections, with finance, insurance and real estate (FIRE) always in first place.
This is my Personal Statement to the University of Vermont to pursue a degree in Business Administration.I come from a background where hard work and good education was given top priority. My strong sense of integrity and work ethics has been valued by my superiors as well as my team members at my company, Loors Corp. A dynamic personality with strong leadership abilities has helped me in managing a small team very efficiently for over five years now.
“The only appropriate and realistic model of the Dr.‐patient relationship is paternalism. Doctors are the medical experts; most patients have little, if any, reliable medical knowledge; implicit trust in one’s physician is essential to the healing process; and doctors have the responsibility for our health and therefore have the duty to make all the important medical decisions.” Critically assess that claim.
In this very permissible society, in the context of a global village and advanced technologies, there are always exceptions to the rules. Knowledge and information abound. We all know in a glance, because the technologies, such as the Internet, allow us to learn so many things in just one click of a mouse.
Business giant, the example of tremendous success, leadership standards and perfect human capital management are considered to be synonyms of the Microsoft Corporation. Established back in 1975, the corporation has developed from passion of two school friends for computers to the biggest multinational and multimillion corporation that develops, manufactures and sells all types of computing products. Why is this company so successful and different from the other organizations on the same market? These are several factors that determined the success of the company throughout its existence, some of them are market driven, such as demand and low competition in segment, or availability of resources on the market that generated this unique composition of competence and experience that brought first products of the company to the world.