Are All Colleges "Equal"?
Differentiating the regular univerditgy system from the growing online educational system which clearly favors the adult who wants to improve job oppoprtunities but may not be able to relocate to attend a regular universdity or whose work or family obligationsd prevent such full time attendance. As student numbers increase, so does the quality of online education
Discusses the goals of teaching sex education in grades K-12. The importance of students learning about their sexuality and sexual behavior, including risks. The interrelationships of human deveopment. Topics normally taught.
Trends in Counseling
Examines the implications of key trends and forecasts relating to higher education in the counseling area. Contends that these trends could lead to new approaches or leadership strategies. Key trends discusses in paper are: increased technology that counselors must learn; the human interaction that takes place in the learning process online; and the need for counselors to deal with their own and the students' and teachers culture shock related to online learning and teaching.
Psychology of Education
Discusses the functionalist, conflict, and interactional theories of education and John Dewey's contribution to the field.
Search Engine Comparison
Evaluation of two search engines: Yahoo and Scholar Google on the topic of special education. Results are compared in a table. Concludes that both search engines presents credible resources on the topic.
Technology Tools for ELL Students
This research paper investigated the technology tools that can be used to increase learning for English language learners (ELL). Discusses tools to assist all students, particularly English language learners including web-based instruction, online education, computer mediated communication, education portals, video and/or audio streaming, the Internet and discussion boards among other technological tools.
Online vs. Traditional Learning
This paper provides a discussion of the differences of online versus traditional education from the perspective of the author who has taken both online and traditional courses. Benefits and drawbacks of each kind of learning is offered.