Throughout High School past students, teacher, and fellow scholars have told me to “Start thinking of a Senior Project Idea”, for me, at least I feel I’ve heard this remark since I was a Freshman. So I did, I thought and I thought, but it always seemed like I just
Once the team’s vision had been established, we became very honest about our personal and professional strengths and our target areas of growth. From this conversation, the team was able to clearly define the focus and responsibilities of the PLC Leader and individual team members. The meeting was successful and everyone is excited about working together. Our vision will remain in the forefront of our meetings, reminding us to always provide a climate in our classrooms that fosters thoughtful and respectful consideration of all viewpoints.
4. Describe who and how many individuals will be served by the project for which funding is sought.
A Senior Project should be a graduation requirement in Sandwich. That was the unanimous vote of school committee members when presented with the program of studies by Dr. Ellin Booras in December of 2015. It was an excellent one. That decision is being revisited at the November 8 meeting
For my Senior Exit Project, I would like to shadow a neurologist, the doctor concerned with diseases and disorders of brain and spinal cord. I expect to see patients of all neurological statuses coming in for examinations and tests such as MRIs and CT scans. The types of patients I will most likely see will range from Alzheimer's and autism to epilepsy and infections. With the skills I currently have, I will most likely be helping the neurologist with the initial workup, so that will mean taking blood pressure, pulse, respiration rate, and checking their neurological status using the Glasgow Coma Scale. I have learned these skills though the JTED Healthcare Foundations class and have been tested off accordingly so I know I am proficient in
The message that I wish to convey to the parents of Hardin Elementary School here in Burkburnett Texas is what our PTO does for the teachers, students, and other parents. I want to make sure that parents know what we do, why we do it, and how they can help out as well. I feel as if most parents think that there is only a small group of parents that help and that is it, no one else can help. This is not the case. The PTO board may be a small group but PTO as a whole can include everyone. I wish to show the parents everything that we are involved in, in hopes of capturing their attention and getting them involved.
Learning mentors tend to work on a one to one level or in small numbered groups, a learning mentor must be a good listener, be able to encourage and motivate and act as a role model and encourage the build up of a mutually respectful relationship (Hayward, 2001).
For my CAP project, I am focusing on working with the PLCs group I am part of at our school. Currently I am part of two PLCs, a 5th grade team which consists of 3 teachers, and an upper grade science PLC that consists of 4th-6th grade science teachers. All
Hi Leaslie, How have you been? I would like to thank you for your patience, I have been working a lot on set lately and have finally got some time to devote to your project before the next show which is tomorrow. I just wanted to check in with you
5. The project is assumed to end in year 4. Do you think that this is realistic? Can you estimate the value of the project’s operating cash flows beyond year 4? State any assumptions you made.
Outline: Everything goes straight to hell in senior week. Jin is an international student from China. Quite surprisingly, he became close friends with the two students, Evan and Maxwell, the former controls the major drugs supply on Wesleyan campus and the latter is one of his distributors. In the beginning of senior week, everything seems to be great. Jin’s parents are flying all the way from China to attend the commencement. Jin and his housemates, Maxwell, Phoebe, and Alice, are having the best time they have ever had with friends, throwing different parties every day.
code named “Blue Zuma.” Table A2.5 contains the information necessary to create a project schedule. For the purpose of this case Explain your choices as well as the reasons for not choosing other options. 2. How have these changes affected the sensitivity of the network? Include a Gantt chart with a schedule table presenting the new schedule. Note: You cannot go back and relevel resources. These new resources are only available for the stated specific tasks according to the schedule created at the end of Part 2. Part 4 Robin Lane and top management have approved the schedule generated at the end of Part 3. Save the file containing this schedule as a baseline schedule. Prepare a memo that addresses the following questions: 1. How much is the project estimated to cost? 2. What activity is estimated to cost the most to complete? 3. What resource commands the greatest total cost? 4. During which month of the project are the highest and lowest costs expected to
2. What is the total cost? How much of the total cost are labor costs? Capital costs?
2. The advertisement should be pale pink and black 3. You should share information about the ingredients 4. You need to show how their products are better than their competitors’ products 5. Promo activities should be carried out safely Assessment Activity 2. 1. I will be using print media to promote the new For each project you’re planning, you need to be clear on just how much money you’re willing to spend.
H. Budget Issue: What kinds of costs will you have and how/where will you get the money?