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BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY EXAMPLE ON EVALUATION OF BRAILLE COMPETENCY AND USER SKILL EFFICIENCY OF TEACHERS

Background of the StudyIn teaching and learning process, there are different internal and external factors that affect the learning skills of the students. An effective teacher is known to have the power to realize socially valued objectives agreed for teacher’s work including the work concerned with enabling students to teach (Campbell et al, 2004).  There are many ways to know if a teacher is effective or not. Effective teaching is intellectually demanding in that it requires the teacher to know, in a deep sense, the subject being taught. To teach effectively, the teacher needs to be able to think and problem-solve, to analyse a topic, to reflect upon what is an appropriate approach, to select key strategies and materials, and to organize and structure ideas, information, and tasks for students. None of these activities occurs in a vacuum (Eriksen, 1983).Effective teaching is socially challenging in that it takes place in the context of a department and institution which may have un…

Research Proposal on Evaluation of the Success and Failure of NGO-financed Healthcare Projects in Africa

Research ProposalIntroductionBy healthcare we mean treatment and management of diseases, and the safeguarding health through services provided by medical, dental, pharmaceutical, clinical laboratories, nursing, and associated health professionals. Health care helps promotion of better health through preventive, curative and calming interventions. A healthcare provider may be a person or organization providing facilities and services to individuals who need such services.. As such this provider could be the government, the health care industry itself, health care equipment companies and institutions like hospitals or medical laboratories. Healthcare professionals may includechiropractors, dentists, support staff, nurses, psychologists, physicians, pharmacists and optometrists (Heathcare, 2009).The healthcare industry includes various sectors like the NGOs dedicated to provision of services as well as products for improving health of people. This healthcare industry also incorporates he…

A Project to Help People in Poverty

A Project to Help People in PovertyIntroductionAccording to the Time Magazine (2010), the "world food crisis" of 2007-08 was the tip of an iceberg. The food crises and hunger are endemic to the modern world, and the eruption of a rapid increase in food prices provided a fresh window on this cultural fact. According to George (1977), famines signify the final stage in a comprehensive procedure of deepening vulnerability and fracturing of social reproduction mechanisms.  She believed that this food "crisis" represents the intensification of a long-term crisis of social reproduction stemming from colonialism, and was enhanced by neoliberal capitalist growth.In popular history, food is an essential feature. Gofton (1989) has established that lifestyles have seen many changes over the post-war years, and these are reflected in numerous ways in food and its consumption habits. The invasion of various nationalities affected the history of food. It could be said that colon…

The Impact of the Banking Act 2004 on the Performance of the Banking Industry in Ghana

The Impact of the Banking Act 2004 on the Performance of the Banking Industry in GhanaIntroductionThe world of work and organization has become increasingly demanding and turbulent. There are numerous challenges currently facing by the banking sector in Ghana (Laulajainen, 2003). These are globalization, responsiveness to customers, increasing revenue and decreasing costs, building organizational capability, change and transformation, implementing technology, attracting and developing human capital, and ensuring fundamental and long-lasting change. Thus, levels of competition among organizations have increased. As in the banking industry of Ghana, the banking sector are offering different add on services to enhance their competitive advantage despite of the promulgation of Banking Act 2004.  Some banks in Ghana offer internet banking, some also offers high interest earnings, some also offer low cash loan, and etc.  With this head-to-head battle among banks in Ghana, banks are creating…

Global Financial Crises

Global Financial CrisesRATIONALEEvery business endeavour or venture is constantly faced with financial management problems to which the owner or manager should be able to attend to in order to take the business to success especially during the times of crisis that the global communities are facing (Norris, 2007). Thus, key financial decisions normally confronts the managers in issues and problems that concerns financial investments they usually provide answer to the problems regarding the assets on which the company of firm needs to put money and how a chosen investment should be financed. With this consideration, we may say that the current credit crunch or the so-called credit crisis is one of the problems experienced not only by some firms in the United States but also by the global economy since their cost of capital was affected.  Basically, the current financial crisis of 2007–2009 which is classified by the general media as a "credit crunch" or "credit crisis&quo…

Global Hospitality to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Global Hospitality to the Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaIntroductionThe hospitality and tourism industry worldwide is continuously growing in the 21st century. This industry encompasses hotels and other accommodations, restaurants, fast food retail, bars, and catering. It has been characterised in recent decades by the development of an increasing range of highly segmented products and services. Basically, tourism is one of the fast evolving industries that contribute to the development of the society.  In this research paper, evaluations and investigations will be facilitated pertaining to the tourism/hospitality practices and s development within the countries in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Basically, tourism is characteristically considered as travelling for leisure, though this definition has been extended in recent years to consist of any travel outside of one's usual working or living area. As stated by Ashe J. (1999), tourism is very important because it brings profit into an area. …

Research Proposal on Growth of IT Sector in India: A Study of ICT Companies After Liberalization

Growth of IT Sector in India: A Study of ICT Companies After LiberalizationIntroductionInformation technology (IT) has changed the way people conduct different aspects of life today. There are developments such as e-business or electronic business; e-commerce or electronic commerce; tele-medicine and e-learning or electronic learning which all show the impact of IT (Bretschneider, & Heintze, 2000). In India, it has benefited governments, business, education and many other sectors because of its efficiency, productivity and cost-effectiveness. It can also experience continuous improvements which would provide people with different and better tools to aid them in various areas in their lives. The computer is one of the most widely used modern information technology devices in the world today. Companies and organisations need computers in order to manage data into an organised manner for the success of the business. Since the advent of IT, all nations from the most developed to the l…