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  • Extra-Curricular Activities Vs Ap Classes

    Extra-curricular activities, AP classes, and jobs…what do they all have in common? They take vast amounts of time out of a student’s day. Each time I think about students who have to juggle all three of these, one thought always comes to mind- how do they do it? Just considering the load of stress a student who goes to school and takes at least two AP classes, has to stay after school for a sport or a club, and then goes straight to their job has makes me worried for them. Especially seniors; with the pressure put on them for college, it is definitely a struggle for them to have and maintain all three. This is why there should be a study period offered to students who don’t need to take any more required classes. If a study period was offered here at school, students would actually have time to fit in all of their activities and schoolwork without feeling stressed all of the time. Less stress would mean that the students would be in an overall better mood at school, making it a more desirable environment for everyone. For the longest time, I abjured the idea of a study period, believing they were unnecessary. But, that was because the classes I took during middle school and freshman year weren’t that challenging. As a result of this, having homework on a daily basis was new to me sophomore year. My opinion on having a study period changed once I began taking harder classes and the homework was adding up. On top of that, with playing volleyball and having a job, I barely had…

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  • Facility Management Case Study

    I have enjoyed reading, The Facility Management Handbook and Building Type Basics for College and University Facilities. These are two books that have made me have a better appreciation and respect for the work that goes into facility management and how campuses lay out strategic campus plans to ensure that costs are contained, but to also ensure that campuses look great to attract students, but to also remember that there are infrastructures that need to be in place to also preserve the…

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  • Importance Of Facilities Management

    The most important difference between the importance of performance indicators to business personnel and the performance indicators that are important to the facilities personnel is the difference in the terms used to describe building performance contrasted with what business managers consider business drivers. Moreover, performance measures for facilities management focuses on inputs to the delivery of facilities-related services; in other words, data that is focus on efficiency of the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Cycling Study

    cycling infrastructure, jobs in green and healthy transport (as outlined by the WHO) are created. These types of jobs include retail and maintenance in bike shops, manufacturing, and construction. Jobs in tourism, planning, and energy are also formed. The largest of these job areas is tourism and indirect jobs that result from areas more attractive to cyclists. Cities that have high cycling value, and well established bicycle infrastructure, find these two areas to make up the majority of…

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  • Best Practice: Teaching-Family Model

    Best Practice: Teaching – Family Model University of Arkansas Stephanie Clark Methodist Family Health Counseling Clinic is an organization that provides healthcare services focused on various emotional and behavioral challenges individuals and families can face. Methodist provides many different services all over Arkansas that range from inpatient to school-base services. They also have eight Therapeutic Group Homes that provide a family-like setting while children are also able to…

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  • Injustice In The Juvenile Justice System

    Educational Injustice Education is invaluable to all the young people in the United States, but it is a necessity for most youth in the juvenile justice system. Research shows education offered in juvenile correctional facilities must be the same quality of learning opportunities that non-offending youth receive. “Today any juvenile justice system that does not place education for young people as the essential, central element of rehabilitation and prevention has failed” (Suitts, Dunn, &…

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  • Free-Choice Learning

    with this free-choice learning settings may provide a validly to what some people may already believe in. Having one’s empathy confirmed can be a strong motivator to take action (Faulk et al. 2009). With a free-choice learning setting a person has a choice in what aspects they participate in. It is argued that all free-choice learning as some form of facilitated instructions, because the learning experience involved a carefully crafted messages developed with a specific educational goal or…

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  • Competency Statement IV: Family Analysis

    Competency Statement IV To establish positive and productive relationship with families. It is important for me to have a positive and productive relationship with families at the facility because the families want the best for their child to have a bright future. At this facility we know that the parents want their child to learn the best way and a fun way. That is why I want the parent to know we like to know their concerns about how their child is learning. Establishing a positive…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Early Learning

    kindergarten. Unfortunately, just because we do not hear about it on the news or see it blasted in newspapers does not mean that it is not happening. Scholars are continually conducting research on early learning and their findings are split between two approaches: one approach being that early learning consists of far more than children learning educational aspects, but also lifelong lessons prior to attending grade school. The other approach being that a child or children can actually have…

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  • Values, Beliefs And Diversity

    As educators it is important we critically examine our own values, beliefs and attitudes related to difference and diversity because if we don’t understand what our own beliefs, values and attitudes are and what we stand for then how are we able to help others and children in our care examine themselves and stand for what they believe? The way educators make decisions, design educational programs and the way we conduct ourselves is really a reflection of the values and beliefs we hold.…

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