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Sample Research Proposal - Sustainable Design of the Built Environment

  • Topic :
  • Sustainable Design of the Built Environment
  • Paper Type:
  • Research Proposal
  • Word Count:
  • 2,250
  • Pages:
  • 9
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Masters

Description:

The aim of the following study was to address the teaching limitations and hurdles that Autistic children in mainstream Primary Schools faces. In addition, the secondary objectives of the following study was to further address and understand variable patterns of Autism and Asperger’s in children, to discuss the various difficulties experienced by children suffering from Autism, to investigate learning issues and barriers faced by these children in mainstream settings and to elaborate the various support programs to address the obsessive, social, language and behavioural needs of Autistic children.

Canadian Public Policy, Education Learning disability A.D.H.D

  • Topic :
  • Canadian Public Policy, Education Learning disability A.D.H.D
  • Paper Type:
  • Essay
  • Word Count:
  • 2,500
  • Pages:
  • 10
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Graduate

Description:

The aim of the following study was to address the teaching limitations and hurdles that Autistic children in mainstream Primary Schools faces. In addition, the secondary objectives of the following study was to further address and understand variable patterns of Autism and Asperger’s in children, to discuss the various difficulties experienced by children suffering from Autism, to investigate learning issues and barriers faced by these children in mainstream settings and to elaborate the various support programs to address the obsessive, social, language and behavioural needs of Autistic children.

Sample Course Work on Rhetoric

  • Topic :
  • Sample Course Work on Rhetoric
  • Paper Type:
  • Coursework
  • Word Count:
  • 1,000
  • Pages:
  • 4
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Graduate

Description:

The aim of the following study was to address the teaching limitations and hurdles that Autistic children in mainstream Primary Schools faces. In addition, the secondary objectives of the following study was to further address and understand variable patterns of Autism and Asperger’s in children, to discuss the various difficulties experienced by children suffering from Autism, to investigate learning issues and barriers faced by these children in mainstream settings and to elaborate the various support programs to address the obsessive, social, language and behavioural needs of Autistic children.

Learning Disabilities Education

  • Topic :
  • Learning Disabilities Education
  • Paper Type:
  • Dissertation
  • Word Count:
  • 9,000
  • Pages:
  • 36
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Masters

Description:

The aim of the following study was to address the teaching limitations and hurdles that Autistic children in mainstream Primary Schools faces. In addition, the secondary objectives of the following study was to further address and understand variable patterns of Autism and Asperger’s in children, to discuss the various difficulties experienced by children suffering from Autism, to investigate learning issues and barriers faced by these children in mainstream settings and to elaborate the various support programs to address the obsessive, social, language and behavioural needs of Autistic children.

English Language Continual Professional Development

  • Topic :
  • English Language Continual Professional Development
  • Paper Type:
  • Dissertation
  • Word Count:
  • 10,500
  • Pages:
  • 42
  • Referencing Style:
  • APA
  • Education Level:
  • Masters

Description:

The aim of the following study was to address the teaching limitations and hurdles that Autistic children in mainstream Primary Schools faces. In addition, the secondary objectives of the following study was to further address and understand variable patterns of Autism and Asperger’s in children, to discuss the various difficulties experienced by children suffering from Autism, to investigate learning issues and barriers faced by these children in mainstream settings and to elaborate the various support programs to address the obsessive, social, language and behavioural needs of Autistic children.

Teaching the Autistic Child in Mainstream Primary Schools

  • Topic :
  • Teaching the Autistic Child in Mainstream Primary Schools
  • Paper Type:
  • Thesis
  • Word Count:
  • 58,000
  • Pages:
  • 232
  • Referencing Style:
  • Oxford
  • Education Level:
  • Phd

Description:

The aim of the following study was to address the teaching limitations and hurdles that Autistic children in mainstream Primary Schools faces. In addition, the secondary objectives of the following study was to further address and understand variable patterns of Autism and Asperger’s in children, to discuss the various difficulties experienced by children suffering from Autism, to investigate learning issues and barriers faced by these children in mainstream settings and to elaborate the various support programs to address the obsessive, social, language and behavioural needs of Autistic children.