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  • Skills Profiler Report: Personal Assessments

    previous journal entries. Nearing one o’clock I started to head down to room 264 where the presentation would be held. Dreading to listen to the same speech I heard last year I waited outside the room for the counselors to open the room. Once inside the room I sat down in desks with the most direct line of sight of the projection board and waited for the presentation to begin. Genesis and Mary Kate sat next to me so that we can help each other during the computer portion of the presentation. Vershonda Williams was the presenter of the orientation for the group. Upon looking at the presentation title slide I immediately knew the presentation was the same as last years. Since the beginning of my stay at Wharton County Junior College, this would be the fifth time I would be heard a form of orientation. I opened my spiral notebook I brought and took notes during the presentation of approximately ninety percent of the material we covered in class. After the presentation, we, the audience, were asked to do some online portion of printing course of desired universities we want to be accepted to. During the presentation, the academic advisor talked about multiple of the basic knowledge that was covered in class as well repeated in almost all my previous and current classes. Vershonda Williams presentation consisted primarily of grades, exam week, and registration. The advisor began the presentation talking about variety way to check current and past semester grades. Following,…

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  • Therapeutic Alliance Model: A Case Study

    learner satisfaction by paying extra attention to every single member of the group. Each participant received positive reinforcement in response to the learned objectives, active involvement in the group discussion, or for asking the questions regarding the subject of the presentation. To facilitate this process the educator used the enthusiasm, descriptive encouragement, and logical rewards as signs of recognition and validation. The therapeutic alliance model was presented in this project…

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  • Creative Spark Talk Analysis

    Growing up we are all taught to “Get a real job”. Anytime that we did anything creative it was seen as slacking off. I think from my perspective this hindered me from exploring a writing career like I wanted as a child. I always imagined myself writing books and creating stories and I still have quite a few poems and short stories around. There were no classes in any of my schools that nurtured creative writing and participated in active writing classes. The closest thing we had to creative…

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  • Personal Reflection On Stereotypes In The Classroom

    there was someone they didn’t recognize. THey knew who I was and that I had the reputation of playing sports. I heard comments of, “what are you doing here?” I also received the comment of “Don’t you have to be at a practice or something.” These people took stereotypes of me and I had stereotypes of them. At this point I realized even though we sometimes don’t even know it we are making mean stereotypes about people we don’t even know. I responded to these comments with, “I am here to observe…

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  • Case Study: Team Sales Pitch For Iluun Air

    Team Sales Pitch for iLuun Air Reflection Paper The goal of our team sales pitch was to research a product/service on some sort of start-up website and present the product that we believed was relatable, to our audience; or the people viewing our presentation of the product. Doing a presentation like this one is better for a team because it would be too difficult for an individual or just a few people to complete. By working in a team, more information is available to us because more people can…

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  • Prescription Label Teaching

    learn and receive information a little differently. Having skills and ways of covering these different ways of learning can decrease risks for more serious problems later. The overall outcome for the presentation and paper are the middle and late adults having the ability to correctly understand, use and benefit from the information on a prescription label. This knowledge is a health need for this population and may decrease risks for other complications. This need ties into Healthy People 2020…

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  • Washingtonpost. Com: Website Analysis

    The presentation and credibility of an online website goes a long way on showing whether or not it is reliable for information. There are many different criteria to look for in a reliable website including appearance, organization, and credibility. The website I evaluated for my topic of choice was WashingtonPost.com. The website provides instant news and information of various topics from all over the world in an organized, user-friendly fashion. After browsing the website, I was able to…

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  • Observation Of Ted Talk

    group both drug, and they didn’t give the third group anything. In result they found out that the group that were taking two medication together showed different side effects than the group that was taking only one drug at time. Throughout the presentation he used different techniques to keep his audience attention. As I mentioned before he asked the audience questions to keep them thinking about the topic. He stated the three reasons why he wants to do more research on this topic. He added…

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  • Reflection Of Group Work

    for the presentation. We knew we weren’t limited to a certain category, so we created a list with a variety of topics. This list was used in class when we finalized our topic. In the second meeting, I contributed by starting to create the PowerPoint presentation. I also looked at the syllabus to completely understand the criteria we needed…

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  • Reflection About Group Work

    group presentation, I would just like to wishfully thank them for their effort and of course, thank you for teaching a course that was rather interesting. I moved all the way from Kuwait to Brock and in all honesty, knew that group work would be my first and main concern. The reason behind this is that usually, I would get to pick my own friends and that makes the communication process within the group much easier but that’s not the case at Brock and other universities. Groups (just like for…

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