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    1) According to the article, “Theories and Practices of Multimodal Education: The Instructional Dynamics of Picture Books and Primary Classrooms,” multimodality is defined as a product that includes multiple modes of representation. These modes represent elements of print, visual images, audio, and design. In other words, the term “text” is no longer paper and pencil to make print, but can be a combination of many other modes as well. This new way of thinking about text and what it entails puts a whole new perspective on literacy and its definition. When technological tools are combined within literacy to create a multimodal platform, students begin learning in a whole new way (Hassett & Curwood, 2009, p. 270). Multimodality…

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    that sense, it can be detrimental if not used responsibly. As people are always caught up in their phones and what is happening on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and any other social media app. Overall, technology has the potential to be abused just like everything else. In today’s society, internet users compared to non-internet users spend less and less time with family and friends because of technology and how it changes the way we communicate with each other (Dixon, 2005). Furthermore, we…

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    This change could upset the teachers, students, and parents. As time goes on and there starts to be positive change in the students’ behaviors, the teachers will start to write more positive information in their daily log. Teachers will have less arguing in their classroom about recess issues, students will start to use more positive talk in the classroom, and everyone will start to feel more involved and included in the classroom. Common Themes Why the change in the recess structure? Not…

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    While the manager will need to increase presence during key times, her presence on the unit is part of the manager’s daily routine. Samantha and the manager will have discussed the need for observation when expectations were clarified, and Samantha will understand that observation is necessary to accurately assess her performance. Initial unease should fade as Samantha focuses on her patient and the objective of the conversation. Samantha and her manager will meet regularly to discuss…

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    Describe each scenario. What is happening? Where is this taking place? Who is the interaction between? The first scenario involves a romantic couple, they always come to class together and sit next to each other. The girl has said that she is in a relationship before when we had to do an activity, her boyfriend said something and she agreed with it and said “that’s mine” referring to the guy that always sits next to her. But even if she didn’t say that you could just tell that they are together.…

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    variables so they will be easier to interpret. Pair Type will be coded as 0 Acquaintances and 1 Friends and then the interactions will be computed. To create the 2-way interactions (Empathy X Social Self-Efficacy, Empathy X Pair Type, Social Self-Efficacy X Pair Type), each predictor variable will be multiplied with each of the other predictor variables. Additionally, Empathy, Social Self-Efficacy, and Pair Type will be multiplied together to create a 3-way interaction (Empathy X Social…

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    mobility/portability, public privateness, private publicness, personalization, and last but not least, interactivity. In this essay, we will be focusing on interactivity within photography, cinema, television, and digital media. When the camera was first invented, it was not owned by many because of the fact that one was expensive and the photos were difficult to develop. After Mathew Brady popularized photography through his studio and Civil War gallery and after George Eastman invented the…

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    There is no box to add a date and time and while we were willing to accept that there might just be a feature that uses a timestamp, we all agreed that a pharmacist could perhaps have an interaction and then get really busy and record that interaction at a later time or date. This is outside of the scope of the cognitive walkthrough but something we also talked about while discussing this issue, if we clicked the edit button will we be allowed to edit the time or just the interaction note?…

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    Interactional analysis is the empirical analysis of human interaction with one another and with the environment (Jordan & Henderson, 1994). Unlike typical interpersonal communication research, interactional analysis is concerned with observing the interaction among people, and not with the cognitive functions of the individual. Therefore, this type of research requires an outside observer to view and categorize behaviors for later analysis. Researchers will often utilize a coding system to…

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    Exploratory Behavior Study

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    as well as other infants. All of the children were engaged with one another or the toys, this engagement relates to the many benefits of the function of motor, social, and cognitive skills. After observing, I asked one of the teachers why there weren’t any tech savvy toys such as LeapFrog tablets. Although I can only imagine how a parent would feel if they walked in on their child glued to a tablet rather than using the environment around them. Her reply was that the toddlers would possibly…

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