Jane Addams,The Mother Of Social Worker;10 Facts About Her Life
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Jane Addams,The Mother Of Social Worker;10 Facts About Her Life

Jane Addams,(1860-1935) Founder of Chicago’s Hull-House, which was one of America’s first settlement houses and a major educational center for social workers, social reformers and working women. Cowinner of the 1931 Nobel Peace Prize with Columbia University president Nicholas Murray Butler. Addams was one of America’s premier social reformers. Opened in 1889, Hull-House grew into a settlement of 13 buildings,…

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What Is Adult Basic Education; What Should We Need To Do?

Adult Basic Education (ABE) The education of adults who never began or completed the normal kindergarten-through-twelfth-grade schooling experience. Designed primarily to eliminate adult illiteracy, Adult Basic Education can range from elementary school-level reading, writing and arithmetic for illiterates to high school-level American history to help prepare immigrants for citizenship. Most often, ABE is associated with non-English-speaking immigrants in major cities,…

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What Is Aesthetics In Art, Philosophy And Body Appearance
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What Is Aesthetics In Art, Philosophy And Body Appearance

Aesthetics is the study of beauty as expressed through the sensuous as opposed to practical arts. Aesthetic education concentrates on creation and appreciation of music, dance, fine arts, literature and the dramatic arts.It is a branch of philosophy that is called philosophy of art.It studies the essence of beauty or what is beautiful, whether natural or artistic. Aesthetics In Art…

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What Is Age Equivalent Test;Why This Test Is So Important.
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What Is Age Equivalent Test;Why This Test Is So Important.

Age Equivalent Test is a somewhat controversial measurement system that converts a raw test score into an age group for which the score represents an average achievement level. Thus, if the average score of 14-year-olds on a test of 100 questions is 70, any score of 70 would be recorded as 14, regardless of the age of the test taker.…

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What Is Agraphia;Causes,Types, Diagnosis,Treatment And Prevention
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What Is Agraphia;Causes,Types, Diagnosis,Treatment And Prevention

Agraphia is the inability to write or spell due to motor problems.It  a result of a neurological disorder of the brain. Agraphics may also have no difficulty reading, speaking, hearing or understanding numbers, letters or words. Causes Of Agraphia Diseaes The main reason is organic damage to the cortex, to which several factors can lead. It may be: neoplasm (benign…

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