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    After conducting a research about the terrorist attacks on the Tokyo subway System in 1995 by members of Aum Shinrikyo, I came to the conclusion that lack of intelligence had a big impact on the Tokyo Subway attacks. Aum Shinrikyo first utilized Sarin against Japanese citizens in Matsumoto Japan, on June 27, 1994. On this particular event there were approximately five hundred people wounded and seven died. (CDC website Aum Shinrikyo: Once and Future Threat). After this particular incident…

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    drum major. As assistant drum major this past year, Cheyenne has really taught me a lot about being a leader within the band. If chosen as drum major it will allow me to continue improving new and familiar skills. These skills include teaching, conducting, leadership, communication, and marching. Learning and enhancing these skills are reasons why I want this position. On top of enhancing my skills, this will prepare me for my future career as a music director / educator. For a little…

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    Short Circuit Story

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    In the stories, “Energy Story,” “Short Circuit,” and “Conducting Solutions.” They use examples and real life experiments to tell the reader about energy and different ways it can be conducted. To begin, In the story “Energy Story.” They first begin by catching the reader's attention by saying how energy is used everywhere in our lives and most of the appliances we use today would be useless without energy. They then begin to explain atoms and how they have to do with electricity. “Electrons…

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    In general, I think my interview went well although some imperfections still exist. One of the useful strategy I employed is holding the mock interview before conducting the real one, and I find this practice really benefited me as a qualitative researcher at a beginning level. However one concern that I held for this mock interview in particular is that I somehow constructed more pre-assumptions and expectations that should not have existed on the participant and her answers through this…

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    Iron Foundry Reflection

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    were the performance of The Iron Foundry and the conducting of Rouvali, but I was not as enthusiastic about the Sibellius piece. My favorite part of the program was the first piece performed, “The Iron Foundry” by Alexander Mosolov. I was not familiar with this piece prior to coming to the concert. In the past, visiting the LA Philharmonic, we listened to more “classical” repertoire, and having…

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    Rt/Tr Intervention

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    A very common barrier to research is the lack of resources including time and money (Stumbo, 2009). Conducting research takes time, which some practitioners have very little of in between caring for clientele. This causes the barrier Stumbo noted as “lack of institutional/administrative support” (2009). The lack of administrators helping conduct research…

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    supervisor completes the performance appraisals of his/her subordinates. − Occasionally, the employees rate their managers. − At times, team members are invited to offer truthful feedback of their teams or peers. PART II. CONDUCTING A PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL A. STEPS IN CONDUCTING A PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL Dessler (2008) identified three (3) Steps in Appraising Performance. 1. Define the job a. Both the supervisor and subordinate should know the job duties and work activities as well as the…

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    After graduation from University of Munich, he went to Vienna to studied Conducting and Music Theory with Gustav Mahler, who was a music director of the Vienna Royal Opera Theatre whereby he worked as a rehearsal pianist and assistant conductor of Mahler. When he was 24 years old in 1906, he took a post as principle conductor of…

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    classroom but had limited English proficiency an no support the demands present could cause problem behaviors to occur. Furthermore, placing the student in an English of Other Language (ESOL) classroom the student would comply and behavior improve. When conducting FBA on multicultural student’s school administers and behavior specialist should consider any adaptations necessary to have a more accurate and effective FBA and behavior intervention (Salend,…

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    Between the 1930s to the 1970s there seemed to be no ethical behavior when conducting research. This could be attributed to many reasons such as no set rules for conducting ethical research. Before documents such as: The declaration of human rights, the Nuremberg code and the Belmont report, there were no clear guidelines for experimenting on humans. This is in conjunction with the scientific hunger to gain knowledge on the human body impacted the type of research proposed, and conducted. Many…

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