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    Summary Of Perfectionism

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    Summary of: “Perfectionism and Gifted Adolescents.” Goal My goal this semester is to improve my relationship with my teenage son. I believe that if I can understand some of his thinking processes, he and I will experience improved communication. He is a perfectionist and this characteristic manifests itself in our interactions. I am trying to understand perfectionism, in order to relate to him better. Introduction This study examined “the connection between perfectionism and gifted…

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    no recognition to the owner for the work. Page 1 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP) Intellectual property (IP) is “an asset with a prime value which derives from the product of human knowledge, discovery, invention or mental creativity” (New Penguin Business Dictionary, 2003). IP basically includes most human effort expended in creating a product. Industrial property and copyright together are called Intellectual property (IP); because they relate to creations…

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    Interview My main reason to learn what participants thinks about the giftedness in early childhood. Therefore, interview is a great tool for me to achieve that goal. The semi structured interview are will be the center of this mini study, since guided interview allows researcher to follow format to utilize with all participants (Litchman, 2013). Even though the participants know the purpose of the interview, I will begin the interview by providing information about (a) why conducting the study,…

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    - What were the results? First of all, I am really happy to see my results are positive. I went to Buchanan Elementary, Baton Rouge to apply my project. I worked with Samantha’s class. Before going there, I was really nervous about this experience. However, I felt really comfortable with children. I started the lesson with a small warm up exercise. I chose ‘the name game’ exercise. I started to game by stepping forward and saying my name with an action. Then I stepped back and asked the student…

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    The Makeup of Labels and Their Effects on Mentality The focus of Gates’ article, Children with Gifts and Talents: Looking Beyond Traditional Labels, examines the relationship between student behaviors and labeling. (Roeper Review 2010). A case study was used to help Gates’ explain her key research question, which is addressed as follows: there is a relationship between the behavior/performance of a student and the label assigned to them. The variables in this study were student giftedness…

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    As humans we feel the need to better ourselves and sometimes it is through intelligence. Many people respect and value opinions of others based on their intelligence and that is why many humans strive for knowledge because they want to become smart and gain that respect that many people view so highly. In the science fiction novel, Flowers for Algernon, by Daniel Keys, A 37 year old man named Charlie Gordon struggles with his learning because he is not of the average intelligence and can’t…

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    Champs Company Case Study

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    The registration of the trademark and franchise require legal procedures and fees. Trademarks are protected by the “Regulations and Systems of Commercial, Industrial, Literary, Artistic, and Musical Property in Lebanon” (1924 law). These are protected by the Paris convention and the Madrid agreement. The brand name Champs Company and its logo shall be registered and licensed by the Ministry of Economy and Trade. 3.3 Startup Costs and Type of Ownership The starts up costs encountered are the…

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    Introduction The purpose of this paper is to a) discuss the history of Leta Hollingworth b) to discuss her works c) to discuss her work on American society and d) to discuss the impact of her on me a preservice teacher e) conclusion f) references The History of Leta Hollingworth Leta Hollingsworth was an American psychologist, educator, feminist who made a huge impact in the world, we live in today. On May 25, 1886, Leta Ann Stetter was born near a farm in Chardon, Nebraska. She was the oldest…

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    Zara Identity Analysis

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    that identity is able to become both palpable and shareable with the general public. The creative industries are defined by three components: “[one,] human creativity; [two], they are vehicles for symbolic messages…and [three], they contain… some intellectual property that belongs to an individual or a group” (Davies and Sigthorsson, 1). The fast fashion industry satisfies this definition through providing the masses with highly accessible clothing that aids in differentiating one from his/her…

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    According to Deborah G. Johnson, in the case of Franklin v. Apple, Franklin copied Apples operating code without any alterations, this was a clear copyright infringement act. However, these cases aren’t always obvious, that’s where fair use comes in and is disputed in the federal courts. There are four factors of fair use and a fifth, unofficial factor. According to Rich Stim, the first factor is: The Purpose and Character of Your Use. The court will examine if the material taken from the…

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