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نتایج جستجو برای High schools

تعداد نتایج: 1392252  
Laleh Nazari, Mohammad Kazemi,

Ego identity defined as a fundamental element of a person and as self-continuum, mental andinward image that an individual has about him or herself. This subject investigated in contemporary world, amply.For actualizing and testing this concept, four bases including achievement, moratorium, foreclosure and diffusionintroduced and based on this framework, and the effect of different factors on e...

ژورنال: خانواده و پژوهش 2019
Maleki Avarsin, Ph.D. , S. , Soudi , H. , Talebi, Ph.D. , B. ,

Development of a Model for Effective Junior High Schools   H. Soudi [1] S. Maleki  Avarsin, Ph.D.  [2] B. Talebi, Ph.D.  [3]   This study set out to develop a model for effective junior high schools in accordance with the norms of the Iranian society and based on Fundamental Reform Document of Education, the National Curriculum and the objectives of secondary education. To this end, a thor...

ژورنال: Hormozgan Medical Journal 2004
Aramesh, K, Azizi, M, Hadi, N,

Introduction: The vital role of reproductive health in different aspects of human health and socio-economic development of the community on the one hand, and male teenagers’ knowledge about it on the other hand, necessitate priority setting and programming of health education. This study is conducted to investigate reproductive health knowledge level of male high school students in Shiraz, Ir...

2017
Jerry P. Gollub, Robin Spital,

2012
Marie desJardins, Susan Martin, Penny Rheingans,

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY STEM education initiatives are a visible priority in Maryland. Governor Martin O'Malley has declared that " preparing our children for the knowledge-based economy is among our highest priorities as we seek to improve STEM training throughout the state. " Even with this level of commitment and effort, the supply of Maryland workers with the necessary computing skills is well be...

2013
Matej Korvas, Vojtech Diatka,

We present the concept of a correspondence seminar as a way to complement and support one-time contests, especially olympiads. We evaluate specific payoffs of this way of teaching linguistics, and compare its nature to that of a linguistics olympiad. We believe that the correspondence seminar is a great way to introduce talented high school students to linguistics.

2011
Mariacarla Calzarossa, Paolo Ciancarini, Luisa Mich, Nello Scarabottolo,

This paper presents the main results of an extensive monitoring exercise aimed at assessing the role of informatics education in Italian high schools. The investigation focused on the teaching and certification activities performed by the schools as well as on the role and use of information technologies for teaching and communications with the students and their families. The study has shown a...

2017
Dörte Bernhard,

87 Forum DOI: 10.18261/issn.1891-5949-2017-02-03

2014
Nicole S. Simon, Susan Moore Johnson, John Papay, Matthew Kraft,

What fuels high rates of teacher turnover in schools that serve large numbers of low-income students of color? Teachers who choose to leave such schools usually transfer to schools serving wealthier, whiter student populations, leading some researchers to conclude that teachers are dissatisfied working with poor, minority students. Here we present an alternative explanation— one grounded in org...

2010
Jane C. Conoley,

Combining universal access to school with excel lence has been a his toric di lemma in U.S. schools. This dynamic tension is appearing in other nations as well as information age occupations demand highly literate workforces. Schools have adopted multilevel reform efforts to mee t the chal lenges o f educat ing today’s children. These efforts include: changes in teacher preparation; high expect...