Hall of Presidents ~ See all of the nation’s presidents in this Audio-animitronic presentation of America’s history. The reading level of the material is suitable for kids in grades 6-12, but younger students can make use of the archived photos and documents. They came in very handy for my fifth-grade daughter’s presentation on Susan B. Anthony and the women’s suffrage movement.
As with their other materials, ReadWriteThink includes lessons plans that make use of the interactive. This book not only has lots of ideas to entertain your child, there are also some great tips on how to get organised. KS2 Bitesize Literacy Games, for children ages 7-11, has games for deductive reasoning, using dictionaries, finding information, and poetry.
Crime reduction: This is another importance of education to nations. How can education reduce crime? A reader of this article may be confused when the introductory part of this page included ‘crime reduction’ as one of the educational importance to nations. People separate themselves from crime because they were taught the consequences of any committed crime. These punishments of any offense make many to detach from anything that will lead them to crime. Again, with education, people learn to be disciplined and say no to any kind of crime. Education provides employment for the masses. I do not think that any who is employed and paid well in return will have time to start thinking of one crime he will commit or the other to make money. Based on observations, countries that are more educated have less crime rates when compared with undereducated ones.
Developmental: Developmental psychology studies the way people change or develop physically, emotionally, intellectually, and socially throughout their lives. Higher education is still a very risky investment and there are many things to consider apart from the increased chances of getting a job.
I disagree with you. I am in a relationship where my fiancé could be considered uneducated. He didn’t even attend high school. I am an educated female but we have things in common. The things we don’t have in common make for an interesting relationship and an ongoing learning about each that that keeps the relationship from becoming stagnant.
People are fascinating creatures! We all enjoy learning about the crazy things people do. This is what makes psychology, especially social psychology, fascinating. For instance, you will learn about the bystander effect , which explains why you are more likely to be helped when one person sees or hears you in your hour of need than when a large group is watching.