Education

Argue the approach that is most aligned with the phenomenon that you have chosen to study.

Primary Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 500–700 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. For this Discussion Board, please complete the following: Before posting your …

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3- watch the video with emily hanford (some is repeat information but she continues to explain clearly what she uncovered in her reporting).

1-Read the Chapter 1 section on using data for continuous school improvement. 2- Watch the Dylan William video on assessment. 3- Watch the video with Emily Hanford (some is repeat information but she continues to explain clearly what she uncovered in her reporting). Wexler podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/612361/1866718-a-conversation-with-natalie-wexler Hanford Podcast https://www.apmreports.org/episode/2018/09/10/hard-words-why-american-kids-arent-being-taught-to-read 4-Write a 2-3 page paper sharing …

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The position that i have chosen is witness protection agent and us marshals

Select one position from the list on pgs 19-20 of the text uder Law Enforcement –Upclose, and one from the list on pages 23-29, which you find interesting. State why you find the position interesting. List the requirements (job functions) and salary of each position. What are the hiring and training requirements for each position? …

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What is the principle of law that results from the case (i.e., students have a right to a free education regardless of disability)

https://rasmussen.libanswers.com/faq/32554) * use this link to see a model of what all to write in paragraph form) Students will choose a specific case to write a case brief. Students can follow directions here (https://rasmussen.libanswers.com/faq/32554) for writing case briefs. Case briefs should include the following elements that are further explained at the link provided: The name …

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This paper should be done with the instructors feedback.

Directions: Locate the Synthesis Paper you completed in Topic 5. Using the feedback provided by your instructor and information from the two additional articles you selected, write an Enhanced Synthesis Paper with Reflection (1,250-1,800 words). Include the following in your paper: A Reflection (250-300 words) in which you discuss your revision process and how you …

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Aided education mentor with new hire nursing skills class and goal setting for their orientation

Please begin by discussing the successes and challenges of your Education Practicum Experience and your Direct Care Practicum Experience. Direct care mentor activities review labs and correlate lab values for patients with cardiac conditions with mentor Shadowed mentor during rapid responses for patient with v tach and followed mentor in debrief after event. She allowed …

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Hlp 20: provide intensive instruction.

Danielson Domain 3 component: A HLP 14: Teach cognitive and metacognitive strategies to support learning and independence. HLP 16: Use explicit instruction. HLP 20: Provide Intensive Instruction. Take low-inference notes Download low-inference notes on the teacher’s lesson. Timestamp and cite from the lesson to support your evidence utilizing low inference notes (see the directions and …

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