It was my son’s comments on my ability as a teacher when I was tutoring him for his GCSE Mathematics that first turned my mind to the possibility of changing my career direction. I have a great love of my subject and delight in the elegance, economy and logicality of Mathematics, and I also very much enjoy explaining things to other people and inspiring them to share my pleasure in numbers. I believe I have a natural ability as a mentor of the young, and my work experience as a weekend tutor to a range of children from 6 years old upwards has confirmed my belief that I could make a real success of a teaching career. This marks a radical change of direction for me. My first degree was completed in 1987, and for much of the last ten years I have been working as a security officer, but I am in the process of qualifying as a Teaching Assistant through NCFE, and feel that now is the time to make the career move that really draws on my natural talents, my academic interests and the enjoyment I find in working with children and opening their minds. A training course would allow me to gain an understanding of current thinking in educational theory and practice and to explore methods of effective learning. I should like to understand the demands of the present curriculum, and explore how children’s minds develop and deal with complex information, such as constitutes much of the Mathematics syllabus. I am interested in the practical questions of classroom management, working with parents, preparing realistic teaching plans for different age groups, and recording and assessing, which form a large part of present-day school practice. Above all I am eager to ensure equality of opportunity for all my pupils and to include everyone who is in my charge. My aim is to persuade every child that Mathematics is enjoyable, useful, approachable and important, and in achieving this I would win for myself the utmost in professional and personal satisfaction. Earlier in my career I spent over a decade working in IT, both in this country and in India, which was a natural expression of my commitment to Mathematics. I specialized in hardware and software support, advising clients on systems as well as installing operation programs and setting up machines. Later I became a contractor dealing with systems test analysis. In 2005 I began working as a security officer, and from 2006 to 2010 I was with the UK Immigration Service at Terminal 2, Heathrow, after which I spent two years as a Detention Custody Officer for Serco Ltd, Harmondsworth. I had many
Research papers are a common type of paper for students to write, especially when they are attending college. These papers require students to perform research, such as utilizing primary and secondary sources to draw new conclusions. For students who have not written this type of paper before, it may seem daunting. There are many free sample research papers online for those who want to see how to structure their paper and other details.Diane Hacker, an author who writes manuals for students writing…
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IS ETHICAL HACKING ETHICAL?
This paper investigates the ethics behind ethical hacking and whether there are issues
that lie with this new field of work. Since ethical hacking has been a disputable subject over
the recent years, the inquiry stays of the genuine aims of ethical programmers. The paper
likewise takes a gander at routes in which future exploration could be investigated to help
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you commit yourself to. This way of thinking really reflects on the type of writing process I endure. While writing I really focus on how I want to identify myself, what questions I wish to discover, and how this idea might change me.
To begin my paper I use an outline. On this outline at the top of the page I write my main topic that I wish to write about. After I have created the topic, I then write a list of ideas that relate to what I want to talk about. Out of the ten ideas I create I choose…
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Nov. 10, 2013
Identifying Improved Methodology to Procure HIT Software Benefits Users
Researchers conducted a study conducted at The University of Utah
Healthcare system (comprising of 3 major hospitals) on the usability of their health
information technology (HIT) software. Evaluators found 60 usability problems and
233 heuristic violations (Guo et al., 2011). Heuristic is defined by Oxford Dictionaries…
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A look into the Memory Retention: Can stimulants increase a person’s memory? A quantitative research proposal.
For this research proposal, memory will be looked into to see whether a person’s memory can be increased via the intake of stimulants. This quantitative research will then look into whether there are any future benefits in consuming stimulants if memory is found to be increased. There is already research similar in nature…
cannot think or act on its own. There is currently no treatment for MLD, and because of that, Anthony has become what many people would consider a “vegetable”, essentially brain dead but still functioning bodily. His auburn hair is now ash gray and paper thin, his blue eyes no longer hold any gleam, he can no longer smile and his freckles are invisible. Because of this, because I really just cannot bear to witness another beautiful kid be destroyed by his own genotype and because its happening far…
Billions of dollars are spent every year on psychologist, psychiatrist, and counselors only to discover that one of the key elements missing in their child is resiliency. Resiliency for the purpose of this study is defined as the appropriate personality such as strength and positive adaptation that help a person or family cope with stress or life difficulties, increasing the likelihood of…
English Composition II
Women human’s rights are violated daily around the world. No matter, the race or age many women endure mistreatment. Women in many countries like Saudi Arabia are not allowed to drive or simply go out without a male chaperone, or in Afghanistan who are imprisoned for “cheating” on their husbands. Women are subjected to rape and sexual abuse by co-workers, police officers, soldiers and family members. Girls in countries like China…
doesn't penalize them for
taking full advantage of what's offered, whether it's flexibility or programs.
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We now know that work-life initiatives actually produce desired results for both employees and employers.
Research tells us that a supportive workplace culture, together with a variety of programs, policy changes
and flexible work practices, work to ease employers' pain.
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