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sreed3 in Learning to Learn
SUNY Brockport
December 10, 2014
                I actually got this idea from our exam. One of the scenarios talked about an excerpt from James Zull’s book “The Art of Changing the Brain”. The article talks about how a lot of professors try to give students to much information at once and in to short a period of time. The truth is, although students do need to do work in order to achieve their goals, some professor’s really expect too much.

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The article Woman Denied an Abortion in Republic of Ireland was Raped was published on August 18th, 2014 on the BBC News website. It describes what happened to a woman (her name is not mentioned due to privacy policies) who was raped and got pregnant after it happened. This particular woman demanded to have an abortion, after being eight weeks pregnant, but the health staff categorically refused to end her pregnancy until they could safely remove the baby by caesarean section. According to the law, in Ireland, it is illegal to get an abortion.

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sreed3 in Learning to Learn
SUNY Brockport
November 11, 2014
A big problem in schools and college’s today is the fact that Students aren’t learning nearly as much as they should be. I read a chapter from a book called “The New Science of learning” that talked about how certain mindsets affect the way a student learns.

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            On 28 of January 2012, the New York Times published the opinion-based article "Ritalin Gone Wrong" by L. Alan Sroufe. Even though he does not cite his sources, this professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Minnesota's Institute of Child Development did argued a valuable point.

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          Thanks to revolutionary advancements in medicine, today, millions of people have the chance of surviving diseases and accidents using donated organs. There are millions of people who are waiting for organ donations to save their lives. Unfortunately, a high percentage of these people do not receive the help they need due to few of organ donations. This issue has been discussed, debated, argued, but its resolution has never been achieved. I believe that families shouldn’t be allowed to stop doctors from retrieving organs from a consent dead patient because of ethics.

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                                                                                                                                             Coronado, Cesar                                                                                                                                              September 15, 2014                                                                                                                                              Gabriel Flacks                                                                Ethics Short Paper 1

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