Running head: TRACY FREELAND ASSESSMENT PAPER 1 The assessment paper over Tracy Freeland Brittany Hogan Developmental Psychopathology The University of Texas at San Antonio TRACY FREELAND ASSESSMENT PAPER 2 The Assessment Paper over Tracy Freeland Tracy Freeland is a 13 year-old Caucasian girl in the 7th grade. She lives with her mother and brother in a small house in Los Angeles. Tracy attends Portola Middle School with her brother, Mason, who is slightly older than her. Tracy 's mother, Melanie, a recovering alcoholic, is divorced and works as a hair stylist in order to support her family and herself. Tracy 's family relies on her father sending money every month, however, the father has neglected to send money for the last few months causing Tracy 's mother to remain busy with work. Tracy 's mother is so preoccupied with financial aspects and an unstable relationship with her boyfriend, who is in and out of drug rehabilitation centers, that Tracy 's close relationship with her mother has begun to dwindle, and they begin to drift apart; Her mother, although not intentionally neglectful, is too preoccupied with other situations that she is unable to sense the distress that Tracy is experiencing. Tracy 's father is also busy with work and neither Tracy or Mason see much of him.
SY389B- Unit 1 Critical Reflection Paper Hello Professor Bird, I am a student in your SY389B that approached you after class on Monday to inquire about receiving an extension due to having food poisoning that has in turn caused my vertigo to act up. I was unable to attend class today as when I got back to Waterloo I took my medication, as I was very dizzy, and only woke up a few hours ago. I have been working on my Unit 1 Critical Reflection Paper but have been unable to complete it up to your standards. I want to produce my best work as this assignment is work 30% of my overall grade and was wondering if it would be possible to have a little extra time. If not, I understand that I will receive 3% off per day that my assignment is late. Also,
I provided enough examples through teacher modeling under the direct instruction. I gave students more than 3 practice opportunities to have them master the strategies. The assessments have been done during and after the lesson in a variety of ways; verbal response, written response, pair and group work, and making posters as a visual outcome.
I will use a variety of Formative Assessments before, during, and at the end of the class to check for understanding and I will use the Exit Ticket as a final assessment.
Case Manager Comments: Allyson, the end of this term is approaching. During the coming weeks, it would be good for you to prepare your material for your final examinations. You have some final papers, and presentations to work on, please contact your tutors to work on them.
Each week you are provided with two appendix documents to complete the lab. One appendix contains all assignment instructions. The other appendix is a lab report in which you
[ For Ish-el, I will support him by praising him on his hard work that he has put forth daily. He never gives up in trying to learn a new task. I want Ish-el to understand that although he may be doing a good job in many areas of this
My immediate goal after graduation is to prepare myself in the strongest way possible for successful entry and progression in a MD/PhD program. After exploring the Case Western Reserve University website, I firmly believe that the PREP program will equip me with all the tools I need to flourish in the field of medical science. The mentors in the PREP program are all amazing scientists and after reading a few of the goals of their labs, I aspire to develop the same dedication, knowledge, and achievement. I currently want to know more about how genetics is being applied to medical research, and I was especially elated to read of the work taking place in Dr. Mark Jackson’s lab. The creation of a genetically engineered breast cancer model being used to learn more about tumor suppressor genes and their interaction with oncogenes is amazing to me. I want to learn more about the process of creating similar models and using it to answer highly relevant questions. I’m also very curious about the VBIM strategy that is being used and developed to identify new genetic elements important to cancer formation. It is a technique that I would love the opportunity to better understand and utilize through the PREP program.
To our esteemed guest; notable faculty, staff, and administration; and of course, the graduating class of 2024, I would like to once again, welcome and thank you for attending our commencement ceremony. I am Pa'Rice Anderson, an E-Prep alum, representing the founding class of 2017. I am more than thankful,
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Another great thing about St John’s Prep is the vast array of extracurricular activities and clubs offered with encouragement by Prep staff and teachers. When in need of an emotional lift, students may visit the Laughing Club for a chuckle and jovial connection. Looking for a different type of lift, students can literally take off with the aviation club. While some clubs focus solely on the idea of enjoying yourself, connecting with friends, and breaking from the hustle of school life, others focus on developing skills, passions, or hobbies that students continue to pursue for many years. For example, the investment club teaches students important life lessons about the stock market and making educated and smart investments. Even more so, this club prepares students for a lifetime of student
The book Inquiring into the Common Core by Nancy Fitchman Dana, Jamey Bolton Burns, and Rachel M. Wolkenhauer focuses on what Common Core is. This is a book that you can read that helps with the ideas and guidance for teachers, principals, and administrators in implementing the Common Core State Standards. Inquiring into the Common Core is an essential resource that offers teachers an inquiry based professional development model for achieving greater understanding of the standards, then the desired outcomes will be determined. “The CCSS values the voices of teachers, as teachers were and continue to be involved in their development” (Dana, Burns, & Wolkenhauer, pg.2). The Common Core is clear about what to teach but it is up to the teachers on how they teach it.
After filling out the graphic organizer for your character “This I Believe” essay, cut and paste it to this document. Also include the image of your book cover in the document.
How has this learning made a difference to you …………………………………….…………… Page 5 How will this learning influence you clinical practice …………………………………..………… Page 6 Describe how you will continue to develop this learning after this module ………….………… Page 7
Type your response here: How did you do? Check a box below. Nailed It!—I included all of the same ideas as the model response on the Student Answer Sheet.