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    Field Experience Reflection #1 What is the demographic make-up of the classroom (gender, grade, age level, ELL students, SPED students)? Inside of this first grade classroom at Springdale Elementary, there are now a total of twenty-two students. Since the first observation, one student has transferred out of Springdale Elementary. Out of the twenty-two students, all twenty-two are of African-American descent. Also every student in this classroom is between the ages of six and seven. In total,…

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    Analysis: The time I spent with Mrs. Blows I noticed that her teaching philosophy is based on the “whole child”. Mrs. Plows supports the idea of the continuous growth through an enriched curriculum. To do so Mrs. Plows sets up her classroom environment in a way to allow her students to be comfortable and ready to learn. To further support, the students growth Mrs. Plows likes family involvement which relates to the ecological approach strategy written in the chart provided. She takes what the…

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    Betrayal and Competition Today's entrepreneurs consider technology as the holy grail of development and success. Any venture that an individual goes into today must include a revolutionary technological aspect if they are to succeed. Seeing as how this knowledge is common amongst entrepreneurs, an aspect of competition arises in the market. Ambition and passion for success override everything else in this business, as is evident in today’s tech world. For instance, Facebook, what is now a…

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    Zen and the Art of Grade Motivation by Liz Mandrel Summary Liz Mandrel writes “Zen and the Art of Grade Motivator”. In this article, the former high-school teacher gives an account of her trial of testing a non-grading system and its effects on the students and their ambition to learn and gain knowledge without the pressure of getting good grades. She observes how the elimination of grades can be effective for students. Contemplating the importance of grades in maintaining the quality of…

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    a particular soil sample by carrying out sieve analysis and hydrometer analysis tests. For the sieve analysis test, a graph for percent finer versus the grain size was plotted from the data collected. The graph was used to determine whether the soil sample was fine-grained or course-grained. Calculations for uniformity and gradation were then done to determine whether the soil was well graded, poorly graded or gap graded. For the hydrometer analysis test, the soil sample was dispersed in water…

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    Koyo Jeans Case Study

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    its unique style. This study shows the various aspects of Koyo jeans from the external business environment to the internal environment. Business analysis tools such as the SWOT analysis and Porter…

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    1974). The original scale had 20 items each for these three subscales for a total of 60 items. Bem (1979) reduced the number of scale items to 10 for each subscale, maintaining two factors. Other researchers found four factors and debated factor analysis accuracy (see Pedhazur & Tetenbaum, 1979; Locksley & Colton, 1979; Bem, 1979). Additionally Spence & Helmrich, 1979 debated if the BSRI was the most accurate instrument to measure androgyny (i.e. PAQ versus BSRI).…

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    405). The main area of research was to detect any change in numbers that reflect social media usage between 2010 to 2013. The actual survey consisted of six sections, but the social media section was the focus for the study. Graphical statistical analysis was performed based on the survey questions…

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    process are in Naval Aviation. Managers make the best decision allowed with the data available but what happens when that data is skewed? This is the issue the Poseidon fleet is facing at the moment, with the aging Orion airframe slowly leaving the pattern our maritime patrol community is facing…

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    SWOT Analysis It is important to know oneself in order to succeed in life. One of the tools in which one can use to do this is by the use of a SWOT analysis in which one identifies his strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. These are basically internal and external factors which influence the decisions that one make in their life more so in their career. This paper will contain elements of my own SWOT analysis, my action plan and highlight some of the benefits of such and analysis…

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