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    Playful Assessment

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    proposed assessment model builds upon the Gibson’s Ecological Psychology and Situated Cognition. Here, to help better understand this assessment model, I list some of key aspects and design principles of Playful Assessment as follows: 1. Playfulness (doable, goal-oriented action): Assessment should create a play-full activity in the realistic context. Drawing from Gibson’s Ecological Psychology, human, as a detector, perceive and act with the specific goal in the environment at all times. So our true…

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    Embodied cognition is the possibility of unification of neural networks in our brain and direct interaction with the physical world. The body contains, regulates, and shapes the nature of mental activity. Arthur Glenberg argues that our brains guide the body for interacting with the social world (1). When a situation arises, one must analyze and produce a solution given the abilities that the body can perform. For example, when a human is threatened by violence, they do not have a shell to…

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    Informative Speech

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    Hi Keith and Tonya, I hope everyone had a great weekend. Tonya and Keith, I want to e-introduce both of you to Kent Black (cc'd). Kent works for Charter School Jobs, which holds multiple job fairs throughout the school year to connect schools and talent. Majority of the job fairs have been held outside of the Newark area. I've attached a flyer with more information on the fair. Kent and I have talked and put together preliminary plans to host the CSJ Career Fair here at PPCS. Since I have…

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    The cognitive abilities and processes have a massive influence on a person’s behavior adjustment compared to the sway that is grounded on the physical surroundings. The personality of a person is more activated and ignited by particular perceptions in their mental being. More so, people’s behaviors are articulated by what they perceive and what is stored in their memories. It is with no reasonable doubt that situated cognition provides adequate space for adaptive actions. The individual 's’…

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    technological means, the commander of the 507th company used a digital copy of the battalion orders and annotated large-scale maps. All this information was contained in a CD-ROM disc provided by the Operations Officer of the 3d FSB. Besides, the 507th company had commercial Global Positioning Systems (GPS) used to get directional signals that indicated the direction and distance the convoy should go. Moreover, the use of the technological equipment such as telecommunication radios ensured (to…

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    Mind Reading Summary

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    determines the extent and rate of development. In some cultures where internal states or discourses are not emphasized, individuals may take longer to generate mind reading abilities. Additionally, the assessment proves that mind reading emerges during the childhood state setting the foundation for the individual’s beliefs and values in later life. The theories of social cognition can also explain how the children in the researches become active processors of cultural and social information to…

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    through their gaze, gestures , and language, (Theory of mind and social cognition)[Figure 6].[12] Figure 6 Basolateral circuit Sexual behavior In terms of controlling the male sexual behavior the medial preoptic area of the hypothalamus plays a key role. Chemosensory efferents from the main and accessory olfactory systems project to the medial amygdala (MeA). The MeA then sends direct and indirect innervations (via the bed nucleus of the striaterminalis) to the medial preoptic area (MPOA).…

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    What Motivates a Student? Motivation is the entire constellation of factors, some inside the organism and some outside, that cause an individual to behave in a particular way at a particular. A constant struggle for teachers and college professors is to get their students motivated to learn and for them to receive a high overall average letter grade in the class. In a journal written by Phyllis C. Blumenfeld called “Classroom Learning and Motivation: Clarifying and Expanding Goal Theory”…

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    Loss and grief can turn to madness if you let yourself explore your thoughts. One can become insane just by thinking about a once gloomy past. The terrors from before can haunt and make you see things which were not there last. Imagination starts to work and you’ve dug your hopes real fast. That’s exactly what this grieving narrator of “The Raven” had to bore. This was through the unexpected loss of his beloved Lenore. The narrator of “The Raven,” creates this frightening yet sophisticated bird,…

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    Decay Of Memory Essay

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    The human memory is an inaccurate storage of our lives, memories are often revised, cut out, or replaced. Jim’s experience with incorrectly recalling the day his parents won the lottery can be due to many different ways the brain forgets information. Jim may know that his parents won the lottery but not have enough paid attention to the specific details of the day. This occurs often with exciting events, you focus so much on what is happening we do not remember particular details. This…

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