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    organisation (Bartel et al., 2012). Telecommuters and virtual employees are said to to miss out on three types of development activities. The interpersonal networking opportunities present in the traditional workplace, the informal learning of work skills and information distribution, and lastly the mentoring from superiors and colleagues (Cooper & Kurland, 2002). Care regarding human development is therefore more important in virtual settings than in the traditional work environment (Kim et…

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    Although I have not mastered the skill of properly assessing and evaluating students to receive special education services, I understand that in order to become proficient in this area, I need to maintain and apply the skills that were given throughout the course. Some of the skills that I have learned are how to properly identify a child who may need special educational services, assess and evaluate students for special education and how to properly hold an IEP. These skills are important…

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    I’ve had several encounters with a variety of different teachers all of which have given me the opportunity to observe and/or engage in their classroom. Each classroom has given me the chance to see different strategies, classroom management and organization skills, as well as the incorporation of technology. It seems at first as if the days merge together, mostly being the same as the last. However, when I reflect back every day in every classroom I’ve been in has offered something new. I’ve…

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    Active Listening Analysis

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    Introduction Interpersonal skills are the most important skills to be developed in us to interact better with people and to become more successful in life. People who have had the opportunity to work and excel their own interpersonal skills became successful in their own personal and professional lives. “People with good interpersonal skills are usually perceived as optimistic, calm, confident and charismatic qualities that are often endearing or appealing to others.” ((c) Copyright…

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    Imagine that there is less than forty minutes left in school. Slumped over and half asleep, everyone is worn out from from the long school day we just endured. Hours of math worksheets, writing assignments, and science activities bore the students. Everyone walks into the last classroom they will be in until schools out, groaning with a frown taking up half of their face, yet the teacher, Mr. P., stands in the doorway with a smile plastered on his face like he is a clown. You can sense the…

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    Pediatric Airway

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    One of the most fundamental skills of a pre-hospital EMS provider is management of the airway. Having the knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the pediatric airway along with the various tools now at our disposal, have allowed the opportunity to have a much more successful rate of securing the pediatric airway. The one thing to remember is, “Kids are not small adults!” There are many differences from the anatomical and physiological perspective along with pathological conditions that…

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    “You’re developing a sense of commitment to whatever you’re doing. Commitment and loyalty are things you need throughout life” (Anastasia par. 14). Newman believes that long term commitment as well as other important skills are necessary for a successful life. While learning pertinent skills needed for life, students also learn capabilities that are specific to their future career. For example, if a student were to work as a translator, he or she can join a language club provided by his or her…

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    seeing a pediatrician due to financial stability or economic reasons. In order to pursue this goal of mine, I have been immensely putting forth an effort towards academics but being actively involved with activities that will assist me with certain skills that are needed. Education is one of the most important steps when it comes to becoming a pediatrician that is fulfilled with an immensely amount of knowledge that…

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    The model consists of three core management responsibilities: • achieving the task – identify aims and resources, plan to achieve the task, establish responsibilities, set standards, review and re-assess targets • managing the team or group - establish and communicate standards, establish…

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    moral qualities they express in the classroom (Wan-Xuan, & Kuo-Wei, 2015). Teachers all take different roles in the classroom and ones that can find ways to create a learning environment through all aspects of play and learning see less classroom management issues throughout the year resulting in consistency and expectations being met. The classroom runs smoothly with children understanding the environment expectations and teacher goals for the class. Teachers can all employ different…

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