In many developing countries, there is a problem with declining quality of air and water from both industry and construction. What measures could be taken to prevent this?
With the development of social media, more and more youngsters are being allowed unsupervised access to the internet in order to meet and chat with friends which can lead to potentially dangerous situations. What solutions can you suggest to deal with this problem?
Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. Indeed, we all have to change and the Ukrainian educational system, too.
The rapid changes and increased complexity of today’s world present new challenges and put new demands on our education system. There has been a growing awareness of the necessity to change and improve the preparation of students for productive functioning in the continually changing and highly demanding environment.
I am in 10th grade now and, according to this fact, I guess, I could say that I know a little bit about our education system. Truth to be told, I don’t like school, but I do love education. As Breaks said, “If education is the key, then school is the lock. “ Sometimes school restricts creative minds, it holds us back from becoming what we want to be. I am not saying that it is useless, but if it was changed and used by its max potential, it would produce amazing, successful adults. Strictly speaking, mostly it is designed to teach us what to thing, not how to think.
My name is Ivan Ivanov. I am a first-year post-graduate student of National Technical University “Kharkov Polytechnic Institute”. I am a graduate of the same university. Now I work at the chair of “Devices and methods of nondestructive testing” as an assistant. My scientific adviser is Pyotr Petrovich Petrov, professor of the chair of “Devices and methods of nondestructive testing”.
Karl Pearson, known as the founder of the Department of Statistical Science at University College London (UCL), the first of its kind in the world, is undoubtedly one of the key figures in the history of UCL and of science in general. Nowadays he is remembered not only for his contribution to statistics, but also for his support of eugenics, a concept that still raises controversy in academic circles and in the general public due to its associations with racism and inhumane state policies. In this essay I am going to briefly outline the history of the eugenic movement and investigate Pearson’s interest in it in the context of his beliefs and views. Since Pearson is renowned primarily for his achievements in statistical science, I think it is important to analyze the connection between the two disciplines. Thus, the purpose of this essay is to give a description of Pearson’s contribution to the development of eugenics and examine its impact on the history of science.
There are many reasons for me to enter the American University of Central Asia (AUCA This University offers high quality education, American system of study, has well-known instructors, internship opportunities and employment prospects. It is considered to be the best university in Central Asia and I want to enter only this university. I learnt about AUCA when I studied at the ninth grade since that time I decided to enter the psychology department. I have strong analytical skills, I am good at mathematics and learning different languages. I know English best among my classmates and I am successful in learning French.
There are a lot of advantages of studying at AUCA. First of all, I will improve my English because all subjects are taught in English. After graduating from this university I will speak English as my native language. I can also continue learning French which is the second language of my choice. Knowledge of languages will enable me to continue education abroad.