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Setting a curriculum involves many factors, from educational philosophy to the needs of students and teachers alike.
By Jamie Douglas
The basics of behaviorism, and how this philosophy attributes every aspect of behavior and personality to environmental conditioning.
By Rebecca Mikulin
A single parent is welcome in the military but must be willing to show preparedness with a detailed Family Care Plan.
By Starla Ross
What is psychology, what kinds of psychologists are there and what do they do?
By Gail Seymour
The education required to become an architect is considerable, as it involves undergraduate- and graduate-level preparation, plus an internship with an experienced architect.
By Jaceson Maughan
Are you familiar with the different felony classifications? Learn about the punishments, conviction process and other aspects of class C felonies.
By Rose Clearfield
Change is a natural part of life. All living things can change, but what makes a person change?
By Crystal Eynon
Want to learn how to become a librarian? Anyone who loves books, hungers for knowledge, enjoys research and likes to work with computers is a good candidate for the job.
By Rachel Mork
A wide range of cases are heard in federal court, but not all by the same type of federal court.
By Shelly Barclay
Why people murder is a difficult question to answer, but their personalities can give clues.
By Shelly Barclay
Learning how to become a Victoria's Secret model doesn't involve any shortcuts, unless you are extremely beautiful and extremely lucky.
By Jacqueline Thomas
The development of the arts is one of the more important things that schools provide.
By Jamie Douglas
Want to know how to make a modeling portfolio? You'll need an artistic eye and a vision for how you want to present yourself to potential clients.
By Jacqueline Thomas
What is IQ and can you increase yours through education or brain training?
By Gail Seymour
Shoplifting is a very common crime that people of all ages are known to commit. Why do they do it?
By Crystal Eynon
Have you ever wondered what famous educators of the past have thought about the subject of education? It may interest you to learn that not all teachers were fond of rote memorization and regurgitation of facts.
By Rachel Mork
Grown men can earn millions of dollars to play a game. What determines how these guys get paid?
By Edd Staton
Pretrial hearings help to streamline the legal process for both sides.
By Anne McIlree Noble
Want to know how to become a flight attendant? It requires training and experience, as the job calls for much more than tending to the hunger and thirst of passengers.
By Jennifer Maughan
The history of graphic design goes back to drawings on cave walls and decorations on pottery. However, the formal history of graphic design-and the profession that has since ensued-came about in the early 20th century.
By Rachel Mork
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