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    Analysis ("The Elements of Dance," May 6) and The Artist’s Toolkit (“The Artist’s Toolkit,” May 6), however there are two things that will continue to be invaluable as I move towards my professional career in programming - facilitation experience, as well as integrating arts into non-arts content. It was incredibly rewarding to plan and perform two facilitations throughout the semester. Through these facilitations, my partners and I had the opportunity to practice our public speaking, explore the impacts of reflection and collaboration, and immediately get feedback on what we did well and could improve on. In professional settings, presentations and facilitations are very common ways to share progress and, thanks to my practice in facilitations, I am prepared to succeed. The other important topic is arts integration. I learned through course readings such as “Reinvesting in Arts Education: Winning America 's Future Through Creative Schools” that the arts are powerful tools that increase retention rates in content that can be hard to absorb. By understanding the potential of arts integration and by applying arts integration through my facilitations, I have become more effective at learning new material and teaching it. All-in-all, I am pleased with the experiences this course and teachers have given me and this course’s content will…

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    SCI/511: A Class Analysis

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    Ironically, as we were constructing a class facilitation to get the mentors to engage and experience difficulties in discourse, effective communication and struggles with autonomy, we were doing the same. We were all “critically examining evidence, arguments, and alternative points of view” (Mezirow, pg. 6) from each other to reach a consensus. I felt like I was the odd one out in my group. My peers were good friends, so they supported and reinforced each other’s ideas and opinions, whereas I…

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    Police Facilitation

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    A victim might not report a crime to the police station due to lack of trust in police officers. Furthermore, people are afraid to declare a robbery or crime and to be discovered for the perpetrator. In addition to the concept of facilitation describes theoretically for the event in which the victim neglect carelessly leaves personal properties with sentimental or monetary values. Although these items are exposed to the sight of the criminals, drug addicts, who by the necessity take the…

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    Social Facilitation

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    Social Facilitation in a Competitive Situation 1. What was the purpose of this study? The purpose of this study was to determine if the effects seen by social isolation could be isolated from the effects of rivalry when individuals compete in the presence of one another. (Evans, 1971) In a study conducted in 1924, Gordon Allport concluded that social facilitation and rivalry were both motivational factors when two individuals were competing against one another. Therefore, the purpose of this…

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    Facilitation Reflection

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    As a practicum student at YMCA Finch Scarborough center, I have learned many different techniques when it comes to group facilitations. I shadowed three different employment resource specialists and observed the techniques they used when interacting with clients. I especially enjoyed learning their styles of how they taught clients during workshops. Furthermore, I have practiced and tried their styles of coaching into my own workshop facilitation. For example, before I used to present by reading…

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    Social Facilitation

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    Toronto supports the postulation that meals eaten in the company of others are larger than those eaten alone. This idea can be defined by the term “social facilitation,” which is how we modify our actions based on who we are with. Their study investigated whether or not different social facilitation theories of various well-renowned social scientists, such as J. M. de Castro and D. S. Krantz, could have another layer to them. Their research sought to determine whether it is the mere presence of…

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    http://eds.a.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail/detail?sid=8f54265b-2ed0-40a6-afef-a05f00940680%40sessionmgr4010&vid=0&hid=4210&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZSZzY29wZT1zaXRl#AN=3112185&db=bch Introduction What is trade facilitation? Trade facilitation can be examined as limited and extensive context. The term can be viewed from distinct or multidimensional aspects. In confined and distinct view the Trade facilitation refers to advancing the movement of goods through own duties which concentrates on…

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    another colleague. Similarly, teachers may have differences of opinions on which ones are the most important. The bottom line, teacher leaders, possess a set of skills and dispositions that enable them to do their job and make a difference in the classroom and the school. When I think of my teacher leader skills and dispositions, my skills in order are collaboration skills, planning skills, facilitation skills, and evaluation skills along with my dispositions that are optimism and enthusiasm,…

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    Social Facilitation Theory

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    The Effect of Self-Fulfilling Prophecy on Social Facilitation A plethora of psychological phenomena play a role in the lives of students, which have an impact on students’ performance. Students adhere to the rules and expectations of their schools, parents, teachers, and society. In the early stages of the American school system, such as elementary schools, most students have a single teacher that teaches them all subjects. Teachers play a large role in the overall success of the students, and…

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    Ratio Decidendi: Judge Rebecca Steinman and the jury find Mason guilty of Criminal Facilitation because he commits both the actus reus as well as the mens rea in aiding the murder of Doctor Vinton. Criminal Facilitation Rick Mason is charged and found guilty of criminal facilitation by the judge in court. As stated in law, “A person is guilty of criminal facilitation in the first degree when, believing it probable that he is rendering aid to a person who intends to engage in criminal conduct,…

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