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Extractions: site index ED.gov Trends in Participation in Secondary Vocational Education 19821992 Academic subjects: The high school academic curriculum is divided into the main subject areas listed below. These courses are not exhaustive of the courses included in each subject area. Mathematics: Includes courses in basic math, general math, applied math, algebra, geometry, and advanced math. Advanced math includes algebra 2, trigonometry, analytic geometry, precalculus, probability and statistics, and calculus. Science: Includes courses in biology, chemistry, and physics, as well as survey courses and those in other areas. Advanced science includes chemistry, physics, and advanced biology. English: Includes survey and skills courses, as well as courses in literature, composition and writing, and speech. Advanced English includes honors and advanced placement courses, including honors courses taken prior to the senior year. Social studies: Includes courses in American history, world history, American government and politics, social sciences, such as economics and anthropology, and humanities, such as philosophy. Fine arts: Includes courses that fulfill a general art requirement, as well as performing arts and advanced courses. Media courses include arts and crafts, music, drama, and dance.
Extractions: Adults and Mental Health Chapter Overview Mental Health in Adulthood Stressful Life Events ... References The cause of schizophrenia has not yet been determined, although research points to the interaction of genetic endowment and major environmental upheaval during development of the brain. This section first discusses genetic studies and then turns to the evidence for neurodevelopmental disruption. These lines of research are beginning to converge: neurodevelopmental disruption may be the result of genetic and/or environmental stressors early in development, leading to subtle alterations in the brain. Furthermore, environmental factors later in development can either exacerbate or ameliorate expression of genetic or neurodevelopmental defects. The overarching message is that the onset and course of schizophrenia are most likely the result of an interaction between genetic and environmental influences. Figure 4-3 ). However, in about 40 percent of identical twins in which one is diagnosed with schizophrenia, the other never meets the diagnostic criteria. The discordance among identical twins clearly indicates that environmental factors likely also play a role (DSM-IV). Figure 4-3. Risk of developing schizophrenia
Extractions: Adolescence is a uniquely vulnerable period of life. It is a time when many young people confront sexual and reproductive health issues for the first time. They must deal with new pressures and new risks. And unless they are given the necessary support, they may not be able to make the informed decisions that lead to healthy lives. Approximately 10 per cent of all births are to adolescents, with 15 million girls aged 15 to 19 giving birth each year. These pregnancies are considered high risk because adolescent girls are twice as likely to die from pregnancy and childbirth than women in their twenties, and their children face a higher chance of child and infant mortality. Young people should be informed of the dangers. They should be provided the support they need to make active decisions about the timing and spacing of their children. And they should be provided the support they need to prevent them or their children from becoming a mortality statistic. Mongolia provides an excellent model. All secondary schools are now required to teach a course on sexuality education, designed by education professionals with United Nations Family Population Fund support. Services and information are also critical in stalling the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Every day, nearly 6,000 young people become infected with HIV. Half of all new infections occur among young people aged 15 to 24. We have seen, however, that comprehensive government programmes can significantly slow transmission rates. In Thailand, for instance, a massive public information campaign produced dramatic results. An estimated 200,000 to 400,000 fewer people were infected with HIV/AIDS than would have been in the absence of decisive government action.
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Extractions: For appointments, walk-in schedules or questions, please call Laura Wilkinson, Academic Advising Assistant at 503-725-3822 The Option II A General Studies major may serve as an interim major allowing the student to explore the variety of course work in a general area of interest before deciding on a departmental major. Often, after choosing the General Studies major, students discover their interest is piqued by a specific department and, after taking several classes in a specific department, they follow that interest to a departmental major.
Extractions: University Services The Secondary Education curriculum consists of University General Education Requirements, a teaching major, a teaching minor, and a sequence of professional education courses including one semester of pre-student teaching and one semester of student teaching. The policy of the College of Education is to provide teaching experiences in both an urban and a suburban setting. No grade below a "C" (including a "C -") may be counted in major, minor, or professional education courses. Students who plan to major in either French, German, Italian, Latin, Russian, or Spanish will earn their degrees from the College of Liberal Arts. Completion of at least 53 semester hours, including at least 12 hours in the major, is required for admission
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Extractions: Secondary General Science reviews Home Primary: General Primary: Living things Primary: Materials ... Teaching Scientifically Able Pupils in the Secondary School NACE/GSK A 56 page book aimed at thescience teacher (or the teacher with special responsibility for more able pupils). Sections include: Identifying the more able pupil, Strategic planning for the more able pupil in Science, Group Work, Assessment of understanding, Gender and A quick guide to developing strategies for the more able. A very thorough treatment of how to recognise and enable the scientifically able child to fulfill their potential. The strategy is to develop the childs questioning, reasoning etc and to stretch them using science. The more able child is often discontented with what school can offer them. Keyword:
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Extractions: Investment in health is not only a desirable, but also an essential priority for most societies. However, our health systems face tough and complex challenges, in part derived from new pressures, such as ageing populations, growing prevalence of chronic illnesses, and intensive use of expensive yet vital health technologies. (780 words)
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Extractions: search visiting exhibitions online let's talk ... printed publications The Museum is a tremendous resource for post-16 students, offering excellent opportunities for structured and self-directed learning. Some of the activities listed here can be used by students independent of a visit. If you are planning to bring a group to the Science Museum, please ensure you book your visit in advance. For information about booking click here . Or go straight to our online booking form Try to organise your day at the Museum to include a range of different activities, and allow some free time for students to enjoy areas relevant to their own interest. The Museum's galleries can be used to support the following subject areas (* denotes that downloadable activity sheets/teachers' notes and/or printed publications are available see section below) Biology and biological sciences courses*
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Extractions: Florida State University Office of the University Registrar Introduction Bulletins ... 2004 - 2005 Undergraduate Section Topics State of Florida Common Course Prerequisites Degree Programs English Education English Education Course Prefixes Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Health Education Health Education Courses Prefix Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Mathematics Education Mathematics Education Courses Prefix Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Multilingual/Multicultural Education Multilingual/Multicultural Education Courses Prefixes Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Science Education Science Education Courses Prefix Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Social Science Education Social Science Education Courses Prefixes Undergraduate Courses Graduate Courses Chair: David Foulk General Bulletin for additional details. The following majors and certificates are offered by the Department of Middle and Secondary Education: Community health education English education (middle and secondary English) Health education (school health and community health) Mathematics education (middle and secondary mathematics) Middle grade mathematics education Multilingual/multicultural education (French, German, Latin, and Spanish)
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