employees through local agencies. CCC should look to local unions, trade schools, industry associations, and local agencies for qualified candidates. Interviews are “a selection procedure designed to predict future job performance on the basis of applicants’ oral responses to oral inquires” (HR Guide to the Internet, 2001). Once the candidate is selected to interview, the hiring manager should determine the interview format, (unstructured, structured, situational, behavior description, or comprehensive)
Final Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, Arizona The purpose of this case study is to further understand the relationship between student academic achievement and behavior and school dress codes. This study is being undertaken because the implementation of dress codes and school uniforms has never been more contentious in America today. Some schools see inconsistent results in terms of academic achievement and overall student behavior upon instituting dress codes or school uniforms (Graham
Week 4 Health Care Interview June 3, 2013 Week 4 Health Care Interview For this assignment, I am interviewing my cousin who happens to be a nurse in Arizona. The reason I picked her instead of someone local is because she was someone who I never would have thought would ever become a nurse, much less graduate from high school. She was always getting into trouble, causing trouble, and just seemed as though her life was headed nowhere. She ended up married and pregnant at 18 and a couple of
Hiring effective teachers based on an interview continues to be a major challenge for principals in schools across the country (Staiger & Rockoff, 2010; Vanderslice, 2010). Determining who the best teachers are out of a large pool of teaching applicants is difficult, and if principals cannot identify effective teachers during an interview, the risk of having an ineffective teacher in the classroom increases (Staiger & Rockoff, 2010). Determining interview criteria and questions is very important
I chose to interview seventh grade life science students on the topic of cell division. Because I teach at a magnet junior high/ high school within Toledo Public students, the students I teach in the seventh grade are coming from a variety of different elementary schools both in and out of the district. This results in a wide variety of prior content knowledge in science. Based on the Ohio New Learning Standards for Science, in the sixth grade, students are introduced to the idea of mitosis and
Interview with Sex Trafficking Victim (Findings) Jessica was very open to the idea of speaking with the researcher. She illustrated that “prostituting was a life she could never have imagined. It was a world so dark that not even the smallest light could penetrate it” (Personal Communication, November 21, 2015). She disclosed that she was raised in Monterey, California, and was the oldest of three children. She reported that she came from a middle class family. She felt that her physical needs were
other educational facilities that already have armed guards- the benefits, as well as the downfalls. With the gathered information, we concluded that including an armed guard in our school safety measures would only benefit the facility and the well-being of its student body and staff. Introduction A school shooting has been a common occurrence in the United States. There were 23 college campus shootings in 2015, according to Josh SanBurn a columnist for Time Magazine (SanBurn, Josh).
great opportunity I could have to teach future social workers. Early motivation to enter the field of social work was in response to adverse childhood experiences with domestic violence, parental substance abuse, poverty, and homelessness —further complicated by foster care intervention. My foster care experience included five foster placements, enrollment in countless schools, countless lost relationships, and a failed adoption. Though these experiences created much hardship, they have certainly
The warm, soothing lights hang above us in the wooden chairs. He sits ready and prepared for the interview. Chad Krumbach grew up in Osceola, Nebraska, a small, quiet town west of Lincoln. He went to the Osceola High school and was the punter for their football team. He then graduated and chose to go to UNL, where he majored in biology and nutrition. He then stayed in Nebraska until he moved to Arizona in 2000, He is now an accountant who works at home. He lives with his wife and two daughters.
Research In 2005, Rolstad, Mahoney, and Glass, conducted meta-analysis research of bilingual education in Arizona. Before 2000, 63% of ELL students were in an ESL program, 16% in a bilingual education program, and 13% in a transitional bilingual education program. After evaluating multiple studies, the researchers found that English instruction has been effective in Arizona. However, bilingual education has also been effective and most research states it is more effective than English only instruction