Archive for the ‘Reference and Education’ Category

Life Transitions

A detailed and very interesting research about the problems of classifying, analyzing and coping with life transitions in our life, was written by Lawrence Brammer, Ph.D., who is Professor Emeritus of Counselor Education at the University of Washington in Seattle. This work was published by the Educational Resource Information Center. In his research L. Brammer […]

The Advantages of School Uniforms

Recently, a lot of schools throughout the United States adopted school uniform policies and made it a requirement for the students to wear uniforms. School administrations underline that wearing uniforms has positive effects on academic success and behavior of the students. However, a lot of sociologists argue that there are also certain drawbacks of a […]

Education in the UAE

Modern educational system of the UAE, which was introduced in the beginning of the 1970s, comprises a number of private and governmental educational establishments available both for male and female students. It has 4 academic levels, including primary, preparatory, secondary and higher education. The first three levels are compulsory. Governmental schools, colleges and universities are […]

Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud holds a special place among the most known psychiatrists of the twentieth century. Freud was the father of the psychoanalytic school of psychology. His works marked a new era and changed the development of psychological science in the last century. His theories helped to find the answers on the most important questions about […]

Public vs. Private Schools

The national educational sector for young children and teenagers is represented by a network of public and private schools, where modern American children can receive their elementary and secondary education, develop their social skills and achieve personal and academic progress. Both public and private schools have certain advantages and disadvantages, but, undoubtedly, both types of […]