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    Groups and Communities Over the past years up to late 19th C, communication across the globe has been the hardest thing ever as cited by Whitty M.T (2003). However, this is history due to the invention of Information and Communication Technologies based on internet. Furthermore, inventions based on technology have contributed to birth of online groups where participants interact, Roy A, (2007). The following discussion reveals the scholarly information regarding the psychosocial effects caused by online groups as researched by different scholars. I have chosen a case study of Facebook Groups According to Roy A (2004), he points out the repercussions of Facebook groups to the persons of age bracket 20 to 30 years. Therefore, he says these groups contribute to friendship ties cutting across the globe. Eventually people are able to make new friends all over the world, an aspect that makes them feel contented psychologically. Again, they build strong friendship bond that makes them to make arrangement on how they can meet. As a result, these groups have made them to grow socially. In addition, there has been a transformation on how people share ideas internationally as discussed by Sebastián Valenzuela (cited in Mainwaring & Scully, 2008). Moreover, they are able to hold online discussion raise agendas, give their personal opinions and fully support their arguments. However, this takes place without any delays despite their geographical location hence make them to feel like one…

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    Susan Cain in her book, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Won’t Stop Talking” writes, “There’s zero correlation between being the best talker and having the best ideas.” This idea is especially relevant in today’s school systems where so much pressure is put on classroom participation. In recent years the question has been posed of whether or not grading based on classroom participation, which has been the norm in many classes for years, is really the best way to engage students.…

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    Advantages of using OOP as compared to using PP. Object oriented programming is the concept where objects that have data files are organized on such a way that procedures and instructions are incorporated into data fields that describe an object and procedures of similar nature which are called methods. These therefore integrate computer programming languages such as JavaScript, Smalltalk, and python, C++, Perl, PHP and Objective-C. Under the object oriented programming, data and codes are given…

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    Writing Program Reflection

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    The writing program used by the teacher comes from Lucy Caulkins. After lunch every day, the class begins their one hour writing block. The block generally begins with a mini-lesson that takes up about 10-15 minutes. These lessons usually involve the teacher modeling for the students different skills and techniques that they will practice in their writer’s notebooks. For the first portion of the year, the class has been mainly working on three different writing skills: how to pick topics to…

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    When this new semester started, I was excited. I love new beginnings and I just knew that this semester would be filled with easy classes and good grades. I’m pretty sure every college student in the world thinks like that. Before I knew it though, I was staying up all times of the night trying to figure out how I could get my grades up. Don’t be like me. I was a horrible procrastinate and I never had my priorities straight. I always end up regretting that. Do what you need to do and strive for…

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    It has been over a week that I have been in a pensive mood and have been contemplating about this essay. I recall how it all began. It was a tiresome evening of the last day of August and I have recently arrived home from camp. The first thing I was informed to do when I entered the house was that I had an essay that I needed to compose for a competition. My father notified me that the education director of the Toronto general consulate has challenged me to enroll into this three page essay…

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    Argument Essay Throughout history, education has had different methods in teaching. Today, there are two methods which are mostly being used: the traditional class and the online class. As explained in the research essay, schools and traditional classes have been present for hundreds of years while online classes were introduced only recently in 1995. Years later, after online classes became more used and credible, debates started to be held to discuss which method is more efficient and…

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    My classroom is a colorful, warm, welcoming environment. It is well put together for the preschool children and it includes diversity. The teacher does a wonderful job including all of the components of the classroom managment puzzle. The teacher engages instruction in multiple ways. For instance, he has a jar with full of sticks and on each stick is a student 's name. He uses this specifically for the four daily tasks of the day and for other aspects necessary. The daily tasks are line leader,…

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    In programming language is used to describe the PSO terms from the particles in a swarm. These significant terms are: 1. Particle (agent, individual): each agent in the swarm; 2. Swarm: the population of the agents; 3. Location/Position: agent has n-dimensional coordinates. It represents a best solution for the problem; 4. Generation: each iteration of optimization procedure using the Particle Swarm Optimization to solve problem; 5. Fitness Function: It provides the interface between the…

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    Internal This section of the analysis will be based on observations from Amy Dowson’s year three class at Kingsley Primary school, Armadale. 3.0 Environment The classroom environment is one that promotes acceptance, communicate and allows for various styles of learning. Upon entering the room, it is noticed that there are several different learning areas of the room. The desks are in rows, allowing for independent work, there is a reading corner with bean bags, there is a guided reading corner,…

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