Assessing Your Personal Risk 1. Reflect on the past year. List 15 risky behaviors or activities that you participated in. 2. Using your best judgement, select the top five risky behaviors and list them on the chart. 3. Evaluate each behavior in regard to self, others, property, the law, and judgement. Give yourself a total score for each risky behavior. Top Five Risky Behaviors Danger to Self Danger to Others Danger to Property Illegal Poor Judgement Total 1. 2.
Name Instructor Class Online Catalog Search Activity *Assignment can be adapted for iPad use. Use the ECPI Catalog available found here: http://www.ecpi.edu/assets/uploads/2012/03/ ECPI_University_Catalog.pdf . It is the newest edition. Answer the following questions found within the ECPI University Catalog. Instructions (These should be posted under the document upload activity in Moodle): Upload completed assignment here. Copy and paste each question into a Word document and respond
The performing arts and social studies integration lesson I taught went well. My students met the math objective of identifying a multitude of shapes, regardless of their overall size, orientation, color, and other non-defining attributes. Additionally, my students learned details about the history of Halloween, fulfilling my social studies objective. For my first lesson, learning the history of Halloween, I had planned for my students to compare and contrast traditions now vs. then., meeting the
be posted under the document upload activity in Moodle): Upload completed assignment here. Copy and paste each question into a Word document and respond beneath each question in full sentences. Answer each question in your own words (do not copy and paste). Provide the page number on which the information is found. Save the document as first name, last initial_scavengerhunt. Example: CrystalE_Scavengerhunt. If you have questions, please ask. Scavenger Hunt Questions University 1.
Course Syllabus College of Natural Sciences ENV/410 Version 1 Environmental Toxicology Copyright © 2009 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description The purpose of this course is to provide the fundamental knowledge of the effects of environmental chemicals on living systems, and the toxic responses of the human and plant systems. Students will discuss risk, ethics, and social responsibility with regard to environmental toxicology. Policies Faculty and students/learners
applied to many classrooms. For example, Biodiversity Bingo can be used to take the classroom experience outside and it addresses diverse learners’ needs. It involves a group of students participating in exploring and documenting biodiversity in a scavenger hunt. Furthermore, it relates to more than one branch of knowledge because they also find litter and talk about its negative impacts on animals. This resource helps the curriculum come to life
pieces" with employers being assigned different tasks that are all part running a business successfully. Without being able to communicate well with one another, then the issues or tasks would not be coordinated correctly. Like other problem-solving activities, business communication helps close the gap between a situation and a solution. As a goal focused enterprise, business is all about solving problems, and so, therefore, is business communications. 2) Before becoming a stay at home mother
quantitative and one qualitative, on studies on gamification within a course. The qualitative article looks at a one week exercise where the students did a scavenger hunt like activity was designed to get the students better acclimated with course content and hopefully garner a real world or practical application of it. The quanitative article looks at a game designed to get students a better understanding of a specific economic theory. Despite neither of these studies having anything to do with writing
how do people develop this ability? Specifically, can the use of puzzles be an effective aid for developing problem-solving skills? If so, how easily can the new or improved skill set learned by using puzzles as a tool translate to day-to-day activities? Based on the definition in the third edition of the on-line Oxford English Dictionary, a puzzle is “a game, toy, or problem designed to test ingenuity or knowledge.” This research will look at the use of different puzzles and find out if these
1. Write an introductory paragraph with a short description of the type of classroom, number of students, types of disabilities, and number of adults. a. For this assignment, I observed an early kids Bible study program at a local church. There were eight children attending the program. The range in ages is from two to six. I observed on the first day of the seven-day program. There was a lead teacher with two parents participating. The lead teacher Mrs. Cameron is a special education teacher