Effects of Psychodrama Practice on University Students’ Subjective Well-Being and Hopelessness

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Psychodrama can be defined as the helpful role-playing method technique usually conducted by groups. Many questions have been raised about the effects which can be caused by psychodrama on students (Blatner, & Adam, 2014). This article have discussed and compiled those effects caused by psychodrama practice on university students’ subjective…

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Teachers Meeting Standards

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In todays society of teaching, teachers are expected to inspire students even as they help them succeed and get good grades on difficult tests. Teachers are now held capable of assessing students abilities to meet a variety of different standards. Also, another main focus in teaching and meeting specific standards…

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Roles, responsibilities & relationships in lifelong learning

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1Professional standards and legislations in the lifelong learning sector have undergone many changes and will continue to ensure those, who are teaching, are essentially up to the job and are in a safe environment to do so. They are put into place to help those in the teaching sector and…

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Achievement and self-concept of students with learning disabilities

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This analysis discusses how strategies that can be adapted to cure obsessive and anxious views in a young individual with severe or temperate learning disabilities. By use of empirical happenings and mindfulness, various studies have cultured to notice child’s thoughts and remote themselves from their verbatim content. The adverse influence…

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Problems why Students fail?

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Do you know the problems students face during their college? Does it affect every inch of you when it comes to different aspects of being in student’s college life? Have you ever notice these problems and what do you do in order to cope up with it? Can you give…

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The effectiveness of teaching using digital media among the students of virgen milagrosa 1st year computer science students”

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Today’s students inhabit a visual, networked culture. They connect and communicate with their peers and the public through digital media. Many assume that these “digital natives” are fully literate with regard to media; however, we believe that students need guidance, support and inspiration to realize their full academic potential with…

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Culturally Diverse Students

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Today our classrooms, just like families, are becoming more unique and blended. Teachers are tasked with effectively teaching students with disabilities and diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. In order for educators to meet the needs of their students, key strategies must be implemented that will positively affect their students academically…

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Adventures as an Exchange Student in Germany

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Deliberately placing yourself outside of your comfort zone will do one of two things; make you into a stronger better person, or cause you to shutdown and not accomplish the task at hand. While most high school juniors spend their year studying, excelling in sports, hanging out with friends, and…

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Reasons of Why Tertiary Level Students Are Not Mastering English

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English language has been a very strong influence throughout the world today. A lot of international business and trading rely on the language for susceptible and a good business relationship between companies. Those companies who are able to do business transactions and meetings by using the English language are much…

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