Essays about: "secondary school"

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  1. 1. TEACHING PHOTOSYNTHESIS: IMPLICATIONS ON SUSTAINABILITY

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    Author : Vasugi V Ribbarp; [2020-10-27]
    Keywords : Photosynthesis; Education for Sustainable Development; Constructivism; Science education; Constructivism; and Science education;

    Abstract : Aim: Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is about empowering and motivatinglearners to become active sustainability citizens who are capable of critical thinking and able to participate in shaping a sustainable future, (UNESCO, 2017). This study centres on how the teaching of photosynthesis in Science can help students understand sustainability issues. READ MORE

  2. 2. Understanding The Startup Studio Incubation Model

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Maximilian Hamida; [2020-10-15]
    Keywords : entrepreneurship; entrepreneurs; startups; startup ecosystem; startup support organisation; startup studio; startup factory; startup foundry; venture builder; builder studio; venture studio; investor studio; company builder; tech studio; studio incubator; incubation business model; venture factory; startup accelerator; startup incubator; Gothenburg; Sweden;

    Abstract : Over the past few years, thanks to the rise of a substantial figure of startup unicorns including: DollarShave Club, Zalando, Jumia, DeliveryHero and HelloFresh , “ Startup Studios ” have emergedvigorously into the startup scene, as a vital incubation tool to support startups and promoteentrepreneurship. However, due to the infancy of the startup studio incubation model, the divergencein the way each startup studio organizes itself, and the lack of academic research regarding startupstudios, the concept of the startup studio incubation model has always been blurry, indistinct andconfusing. READ MORE

  3. 3. SCHOOL BULLYING: STUDENTS PERSPECTIVES FROM A TANZANIAN SECONDARY SCHOOL

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och specialpedagogik

    Author : Irene Kakuru; [2020-09-09]
    Keywords : bullying; victim; bully; corporal punishment; secondary school;

    Abstract : Aim The current study was designed to qualitatively examine secondary school students’ understanding of bullying practices and how gender is involved in bullying in a Tanzanian secondary school. TheoryThe theoretical frameworks that are used in the current study are Social Learning Theory (Bandura, 1977) and Social Dominance Theory (Sidanius & Pratto, 1999). READ MORE

  4. 4. PREVENTIVE STRATEGIES AGAINST STUDENT DROPOUT IN SECONDARY SCHOOL IN NACHINGWEA DISTRICT- TANZANIA

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och specialpedagogik

    Author : Douglas Kinyagu; [2020-09-08]
    Keywords : Student dropout; Preventive strategy; Secondary school education;

    Abstract : Aim: The general purpose of this study is to examine perception and experience of schoolstaff concerning formal and informal preventive strategies undertaken to reduce studentdropout problem in secondary school in Nachingwea District – Tanzania.Theory: In order to understand the formal and informal preventive strategies undertaken byschool staff against student dropout problem at secondary school inNachingwea District -Tanzania, the current study is adopted Tinto’s model ofinstitutional departure (1993) as a theoretical perspective throughout the currentstudy. READ MORE

  5. 5. Entrepreneurship Education in HEIs: Comparing Innovative Teaching Methods and Curriculum Design Approaches - A Multiple Case Study of 5 European HEIs

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Aleksei Kuchera; Douglas Redman; [2020-07-23]
    Keywords : entrepreneurship education; innovations in entrepreneurship education; entrepreneurship education in universities; practices in entrepreneurship education; teaching methods; curriculum and content design;

    Abstract : The thesis addresses modern practices in teaching methods and curriculum design approaches that are currently being used by top-ranked European higher education institutions (HEIs) in delivering their entrepreneurship programs. It reveals key differences and similarities in terms of what content and teaching methods the programs are using to teach entrepreneurship. READ MORE