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    Everything we choose to do in our day to day lives, and every decision we make is somehow motivated. Motivation is an underlying force to everything in our lives. It dictates our engagement with our surroundings thus impacting our ability to play. We tend to fall into three modes of engagement during play. Those three modes are “the 'immersion’ orientation, the 'social’ orientation, and the 'achievement’ orientation” also known as the 'mastery’ orientation” (Gauntlett, Ackermann, Whitebread…

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    their best effort (Macdonald, 2004). When students notice other students achieving their goals, it will encourage them to work hard and achiever their too. This will lead to academic success for the students in my classroom. B: engagement and motivation Student engagement and motivation are also included in my philosophy. Keeping students engaged and motivated are essential to academic success. Allowing students to have a voice in class and teach interesting and relatable information are…

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    Literacy Interview Essay

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    Literacy Interviews Oral language development begins the day they are born making literacy vital for children to grow and enhance their skills. Reading allows for children to gain knowledge and enjoy reading on their free time. As educators it important to provide a variety of books and give students the opportunity to read during class. In a diverse class, it crucial for teacher to have books that meet the students level and interest in order for them to enjoy and learn from reading. Literacy…

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    Relational Stages

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    The stages of relationships was created by Mark Knapp. It is also known as the relational stages (Adler and Proctor II, 253). Coming together and coming apart are two broad phases within the model. It is also joined by relational maintenance. The goal of relational maintenance is to keep relationships operating smoothly and satisfactory (Adler and Proctor II, 253). Initiating, experimenting, intensifying, integrating, bonding, differentiating, circumscribing, stagnating, avoiding, and…

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    Gather and integrate pertinent background information from the client Residual Disabilities: Gross Motor- Aiden sits alone briefly, but usually uses his arms for support. No trunk rotation was noted, and he is not able to achieve a sitting position independently. In prone, he moves by belly crawling. Occasionally he will attempt to support himself on his hands and knees and rocks back and forth. He raises his head when in prone on extended arms, but has weak neck extensors and a lack of…

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    Brother G Interview Paper

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    Brother G’s environment greatly promotes his occupational performance and satisfaction, due to the services provided by the facility in which he resides. A large part of his life centers around his religious faith, and the facility enhances his engagement in these occupations by providing daily mass, weekly confession, and private prayer spaces. However, occupational performance and satisfaction are limited by the rules and standards of the facility. Although Brother G’s chronic health…

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    gamification by organizations as a training design element for their eLearning training programs has been on a steady increase. Organizations have turned to gamification in an effort to develop training programs that increase employee motivation, engagement, and improve knowledge transfer through increased interaction. Although gamification offers innovative training design options, organizations must be judicious in its application. Before committing to the use of gamification, organizations…

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    Wolf’s first criterion for a meaningful life is that a person is actively engaged in something they like to do. Not simply doing just because or without effort, but they are actively engaging in that activity. An example of a person who meets the first criterion, but not the next two would be somebody who actively engages in playing basketball, but doesn’t really enjoy it, but play it just so they are not bored. Now this person is actively engaging in basketball, but they aren’t going to stick…

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    Although I have not been able to attend Lafayette Academy much, I have observed a magnificent teacher. Ms. Robinson teaches 1st grade an engages each child in every one of her lessons. She takes the time to work with each student and seems to have a good relationship with each child’s families. For example, if one student is off task and not completing the lesson she encourages them by saying “If I should that to your mom would she be happy?” She engages the students with her tone of voice…

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    Notes from the Underground is a novel which is written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky in 1864. It is a Russian text, but later on, it was translated into other languages. The novel is about a man who decides to alienate himself. He isolates himself and he becomes an inactive man. Thus, the theme of alienation is obvious in the novel. "A Hunger Artist" is a short story which is written by Franz Kafka. It is about a man who chooses the art of fasting to seek attention, recognition, and success. The…

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