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  • Collegial Theory In College

    enrollment staff. It is my observation that unlike the enrollment staff, the athletic department does not have a leadership that views all individuals as equal. Because of the absence of collegiality, the two departments do not have a shared sense of community. They do have a shared goal and must work together, year in and year out, to recruit students to Muskingum. It is crucial for all pieces of the recruitment, admission and financial aid process to follow NCAA guidelines for the livelihood and persistence of all athletic teams. If regulations are violated, an investigation can occur and sanctions placed on the department. Mark Nagel, professor of sports and entertainment management at the University of South Carolina said, “some Division III teams are moving from the old approach of winning being secondary to it being the primary mission. Those schools have looked at athletics and said, ‘If we do a little more here and invest a little more there, we have a chance to win,’ and everyone likes to win (New, 2016). Every coach has pressure placed on him or her to reach recruitment goals, be a role model for their team, and win. As Nagel said, everyone likes to…

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  • Reflection On Slice Fractions

    In preparation for fractions number talk what I observed was very beneficial for students at the carpet it allowed students to discuss and share with one another. I liked the fact that after a student share students had to give a particular cue saying if they agreed with peer. I thought that was awesome. I also like how she went over what to expect during learning at table and how students will share. So some type of feedback was to be expected even if student did not still quite understand. As…

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  • Uncoiling Process

    Transportation in the decisive action and the uncoiling of a heavy division has not be reviewed in depth since 2003. Our Army has marginalized the importance of this critical task for the better part of 15 years. However, Major General Wayne Grigsby, Commanding General of the First Infantry Division, identified the need in understanding how critical the uncoiling process is in the decisive action. 1st ID in preparation for Warfighter Exercise (WFX 16-04), conducted a series of Command Post…

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  • How To Write A Math Practicum

    felt pretty damn good, I proceeded to prepare for my Wednesday lesson. On Wednesday we had problems that we had to figure out if we are to multiply or divide fractions. To begin this lesson I first asked him to do some operations with fractions again. I wanted to see where he was at with dividing fractions, as I didn’t teach that to him. It was clear he was confused. Mr. Craner had taught them division by multiplying by the reciprocal so I decided to same with the same strategy rather than…

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  • Kotter's Seven-Step Vision Process Model

    storied heritage of excellence by being a contributing member of the division. In order to complete the change from its current state to a well-respected unit, I would execute a blended version of the seven-step vision process with John Kotter’s eight-stage model to create successful and lasting change. First, I would begin with conducting an initial assessment of the brigade prior to taking command, which is the first step in the seven-step vision process. From this initial…

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  • Major General Walter Boney Character Analysis

    The 28th Infantry Division, what there was of it, was in full tactical retreat, heading south towards Washington D.C., they hoped to hook up with any leading elements of the 3rd Infantry Regiment. Assuming of course they knew Colonel Magnus and his hoard was heading their way. They were being led by Major General Walter Boney, he was a combat veteran of Iraq, leading the Division while in Ramadi. He had also commanded various Brigades and other units all over Europe finally landing the job…

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  • Pigeon Hill Research Paper

    Three brigades near Pigeon Hill, Little Kennesaw and Big Kennesaw was the main assault force of the Army of Tennessee. On the right was Lightburn’s Brigade on his left, attacking the northern side of Burnt Hickory Road against the slopes of Pigeon Hill was Smith’s brigade. On Smith’s Left was Walcutt’s brigade that was aiming for the ground between Pigeon Hill and Little Kennesaw. These three brigades consisted of a total of 5500 men. The Day before the battle Smith’s division had camped…

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  • Classroom Misconceptions

    Connection Six people go to a pizza parlor to share a large pizza. If each person first takes an equal share and then divides his or her share into thirds, what part of the original pizza will each piece be? Explain your reasoning. This large pizza consists of six equal slices. Six friends each take 1/6 of the pizza. If each of the six friends divides their pizza slice in three equal parts, then there will be eighteen equal slices. How would your students approach more complex…

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  • John Steinbeck's Search For America Analysis

    were more passionate and prideful, but not as kind and less accepting of different kinds of people. Specifically, white people in the south were very racist, and this, in addition to giving America a sense of division regionally, gave America a sense of division racially. In fact, in New Orleans, Steinbeck attended an event where ladies called Cheerleaders protested black students entering a school, being very hateful and racist throughout. Another example of racial division in America in…

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  • Gorman's Brigade Analysis

    On the 17th of September, 1862 at approximately seven o’clock in the morning, Brigadier General Willis Gorman of the Union army began mobilizing his units as part of Major General Sedgwick’s division to assault the Confederate defenses in the West Wood. Gorman’s brigade was the first brigade of the second division under Major General John Sedgwick who was under the command of Major General Edwin V. Sumner, commander of the Second Army Corps. This narrative will discuss the events that took…

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