Write a 350- to 750-word paper detailing your personal philosophy of education. Include a description of both your philosophy that connects to educational theory and your beliefs about teaching and learning.

Include the following in your paper:

  • Describe your education philosophy and how it relates to teaching and learning.
  • Explain how your education philosophy is relevant to the day-to-day work of the professional teacher.
  • Identify the definition of curriculum that your education philosophy relates to the most.
  • Analyze how your education philosophy will influence you in your professional role as a 21st-century curriculum leader.

Format your paper according to APA guidelines.

 

Note. This assignment may be written in first person.

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I have the final to reference from in which i will provide via email. Please see assignmernt details below

Assignment 3: Justification Report – Presentation

 

Due Week 8 and worth 150 points

 

Now that you have completed your report, it is time to design and present your findings. Your task is to organize and develop the three (3) parts (introduction, body, and closing) of an effective presentation, based on your Justification Report (Assignment 2.3). Chapter 12 in our text provides overall information on presentation format, content, and delivery. Please do not simply cut and paste your justification report content to the slides. Instead develop clear, concise content that enhances your presentation narration or notes. Remember that your slides are meant to be highlights and your audience should not spend a great deal of time reading from the slides but instead listening to you present the concepts.

 

Create an eight to ten (8-10) slide presentation in which you:

 

  1. Ensure that your PowerPoint presentation fulfills the appropriate length requirements and professional style requirements.
  2. Open with an engaging introduction of the topic of your report. Include one (1) title slide and one (1) introductory slide.
  3. For the body of your presentation, cover the main points of your report. Create slides that reinforce and illustrate your main ideas. Follow basic design principles for effective slide content.
  4. For your single closing slide, finish with a memorable wrap-up statement that refocuses on the purpose of your report.
  5. Use PowerPoint voice-over and / or the notes section to present your slides.

 

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:

 

  • Include a title slide containing the title of the assignment, your name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The title slide is not included in the required slide length.
  • Format the PowerPoint presentation with headings on each slide, and two to three (2-3) relevant graphics (photographs, graphs, clip art, etc.) throughout the presentation, ensuring that the presentation is visually appealing and readable from 18 feet away. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
  • Slides should abbreviate the information in no more than five or six (5 or 6) bullet points each.
  • Slide titles should be based on the criteria being summarized (e.g., “Four Key Attributes,” “Responses to Budget Issues,” etc.).

 

Assignment Checklist

 

  • Descriptive titles on each of the slides
  • Text contains concise, precise content
  • Graphics convey the idea described by the slide text
  • Statements in bulleted lists have a parallel structure
  • The font size is easily read from a distance
  • There are no more than three (3) different font styles in the presentation
  • The color and background convey a formal business tone
  • Animation effects are used in moderation
  • There are no misspellings or typographical errors

 

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

 

  • Assess strengths and weaknesses in the student’s own oral communication and in the oral communication of others.
  • Use sentence variety, effective word choice, and correct grammar in oral communication.
  • Analyze verbal and nonverbal techniques that enhance oral communication within a business and / or professional context.

 

this attachment for Ethanasky

Question 1

·         Analyze the role ambiguity plays when there are conflicting policy goals. 

·         Explain how ambiguity helps promote policy making and how goal ambiguity makes policy design more difficult.

 

Question 2

·         Using the e-Activity,http://www.pbs.org/now/politics/civilliberties.html http://www.pbs.org/weta/crossroads/about/show_security_vs_liberty.html

Respond to the following: Take a position on the following and provide support for your position from the debate over the USA PATRIOT Act described in the case study. Do you agree that greater security must come with less freedom?

Case Study

• The USA Patriot Act and Airport Screening: Liberty versus Security

 

 

 

I will inbox PowerPoint and outline. 

 

Scenario:

You are a Security professional hired by NextGard Technologies in Phoenix, AZ to provide a Windows security implementation model for their organization. NextGard specializes in network consulting services for US companies and they want to upgrade and secure their current network.

NextGard has 250,000 employees in 5 countries. The Phoenix office operates as the NextGard Corporate headquarters. Currently there are five district offices:

            • Atlanta, Georgia 

            • Bangalore, India

            • Los Angeles, California 

            • Montreal, Canada 

            • New York City, New York 

The district offices have satellite employees that have a combination of desktops, mobile computers and wireless devices. There is a mix of computers running Windows 2000, XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. There is a Windows Active Directory forest with domains set up for each office and seven file and print servers which are located in the Phoenix office. The Phoenix office also contains two proxy servers, configured as an array, that provide Web cache services and Internet access control for the organization since the majority of applications are web-based and hosted from the Phoenix office.

There are also several Microsoft applications that all employees within a region use that are hosted in the regional offices.   All employees have Internet access so they can browse the web.

Tasks (Paper Sections):

For the assigned project, you are to submit a proposal for the management of NextGard.  In the proposal, you must address the following:

  1. Research solutions and detail the appropriate Microsoft Windows access controls including policies, standards and procedures that define who users are, what they can do, which resources they can access, and what operations they can perform on a system.
  2. Research and detail the cryptography methods to protect organizational information using techniques that ensure its integrity, confidentiality, authenticity and non-repudiation, and the recovery of encrypted information in its original form.
  3. Research and devise a plan to thwart malicious code and activity by implementing countermeasures and prevention techniques for dealing with viruses, worms, logic bombs, Trojan horses and other related forms of intentionally created deviant code.
  4. Research and formulate a plan to implement monitoring and analysis by determining system implementation and access as well as an incident response plan for security breaches or events.
  5. Research and detail security guidelines for contains the two proxy servers and Internet access control for the organization
  6. Research and define best practices for the security of NextGard’s organization.
  7. Conclusion summarizing your findings and recommendations for the reader.
  8. The Network topology must include all of the sites and the network infrastructure required to provide the services described in the Final Project Scenario in the section above

Submission Instructions:

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  • An in-depth submission that is free of spelling and grammar errors in APA format.
  • A minimum of 8 pages documenting your research on the subject and contain a drawing of your design.
  • Double-spaced format (APA) with a readable style and font and submitted inside the electronic classroom (unless classroom access is not possible and other arrangements have been approved by the professor).
  • Arial 11 or 12-point font or Times New Roman styles.
  • Page margins Top, Bottom, Left Side and Right Side = 1 inch, with reasonable accommodation being made for special situations and online submission variances
  • Important: Good academic writing requires writers to cite the sources of all facts in text. If you state that the sky is blue then  you must cite who said it. A good rule of thumb is one citation per paragraph; paragraphs 3-5 sentences (This is how to avoid unintentional plagiarism).  Papers are always written in third person past tense as you are writing about events in the past from the point of view of an observer.  The student or writer proposed; One must observe; The leaders at APUS choose the following systems....for the following reasons:
Notes:
This project is setup so that each week the concepts presented can be directly applied and added to the project. 



 
The weekly assignments will help reinforce and provide ideas/considerations lending guidance to the project.



 
In week 4 you will be required to submit what you have completed for a checkpoint review. The purpose of the checkpoint review is to allow each student to see how others would design and implement. This is a learning and sharing experience. Please take the time to view the submissions of other students. There is only one chapter of reading assigned  this week to allow for an interactive class review.







- The Grading Rubric for the Paper is Attached; an example APA Paper and APA guide are in Course Resources

Phyllis

This assignment consists of two (2) sections: 

  • A Java program file
  • A screenshot of the driver testing and source code of the implementation

Label each file name according to the section of the assignment for which it is written. Put both sections together in a single zip file, and submit the file.

It is a common knowledge that most households, for protection against their major perils, take out insurance on their property, automobiles, travel, and so on. Insurance premiums are often paid on a monthly basis. In this assignment, you will build an interactive Java application that will help an insurance agent generate a quote for a household. Assume that the household wants to purchase property insurance, automobile insurance, and travel insurance. The Java application must generate a quote when the agent runs the application. 

The application must contain four (4) Java classes that are stated and shown in the diagram below.

 

The InsuranceAgent App class is an abstract class. The PropertyInsurance, AutomobileInsurance, and TravelInsurance classes inherit from the InsuranceAgentApp abstract class.

The specifications of each class are described below. The column on the left shows the class members and the column on the right provides a description of the class members. The 'S' designates a static member; the 'C' designates a constructor; and the 'A' designates an abstract member. The data types of each class member are shown on the left column.

Class Members and Their Properties

Member’s Description

 

·         type is the type of insurance (e.g. “Property”).

·         Name is the name of the insured object (e.g. “Home”);  totalPremium is the static quote for all the insurances taken by the household.

·         InsuranceAgentApp(String) is the constructor that takes the type value.

·         three get methods for the three variables.

·         InsuranceAgentApp() is the empty constructor; setInsuredObjectName(), setRiskAmount(), and display() are abstract methods.              

 

·         riskAmount is the value of the Property being insured.

·         the static RATE is the % used to calculates the annual premium.

·         The constructor PropertyInsurance(String) takes a string which indicates the insurance type (e.g. “Property”).

·         the three get methods return values of the three variables.

·         setInsuredObjectName(), setRiskAmount(), and display() are implementations of the abstract methods.              

 

·         riskAmount is the value of the Automobile being insured.

·         the static RATE is the % used to calculates the annual premium.

·         The constructor AutomobileInsurance(String) takes a string which indicates the insurance type (e.g. “Automobile”).

·         the three get methods return values of the three variables.

·         setInsuredObjectName(), setRiskAmount(), and display() are implementations of the abstract methods.              

 

·         riskAmount is the value of the flight being insured; the static RATE is the % used to calculates the annual premium.

·         The constructor TravelInsurance(String) takes a string which indicates the insurance type (e.g. “Travel”).

·         the three get methods return values of the three variables.

·         setInsuredObjectName(), setRiskAmount(), and display() are implementations of the abstract methods.              

The RATEs used to calculate the premiums are: 

PropertyInsurance

AutomobileInsurance

TravelInsurance

0.25%

0.75%

0.73%

Section 1: Java Program File

Create an interactive Java application for the insurance agent in order to generate a quote for a household. According to your design, the program must:

  • Implement all the four (4) Java classes described with the correct inheritance of abstract classes.
  • Calculate the premium and multiply the value of the object being insured by the corresponding RATE. Note: See the RATE tables above.
  • Get a quote and add all the premiums for all the objects being insured.
  • Include a driver problem to test the implementation in which it:

          - Uses the System.out.* and System.in.* methods for all the input / output.

          - Includes an object of each insurance type. Prompts the user to enter the type and riskAmount (or value of the object being insured).

          - Displays the values in each of the objects created using the display() method.

          - Displays the quote (totalPremium in the abstract InsuranceAgentApp class).

Section 2: Screenshot of the Driver Testing and Source Code of the Implementation

Create a screenshot of the driver testing and include a copy of source code of the implementation.

  • Submit a screenshot of the driver testing of the implementation of your Java program. Note: Click here if you need a tutorial on taking a screenshot. 
  • Submit a copy of the source code of the implementation.

Section 1 and Section 2 will be graded based on the following: 

  1. The program must compile, execute, produce correct results, and meet all of the specifications stated in Section 1.  Additionally, you must:
  2. Organize the code for user readability.
  3. Organize the code for reusability.
  4. Organize the code for efficiency.
  5. Provide documentation with embedded comments for reader understanding.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:

  • Discuss the concepts of inheritance and polymorphism. 
  • Compare and contrast abstract and concrete data types.
  • Apply the Java concepts of file input / output.
  • Use technology and information resources to research issues in Java programing.

 

 

 

Write an essay on the topic of a Pleasent place. The essay should contain 300 words or more.

Part 1

      This week we begin working on our first speech - Informative Speech. This speech will be video recorded (no audio presentations are accepted) or presented live in instructor-designated Office Hour.

Your task is to prepare a 5 minute speech to inform. This information can be about your job, a hobby, important medical news that you might wish to report on, or a famous person. Speeches that demonstrate, explain, or inform the audience about the use of weapons of ANY kind will NOT be accepted! Please check with me if you need clarification.

 

Part 2 

      For the first part of your assignment you will submit a complete sentence outline (NOT a topic outline or a written transcript!) You can review a sample outline of an Informative Speech on pages 211-213 of your textbook, or in an example attached above.

In an effort to help you understand this assignment, a template has been offered. Please use it to outline your speech.

 

Remember that visual aids are not required, yet highly encouraged (for extra points). If you have visual aids, you will need to show them when presenting the speech, as well as list them in your outline. If you are using sources, please make sure your references are formatted using APA 6th edition style.

 

Hi this assignment can be about ZIKA, since i live in florida and is a big deal now. dont worry about the video presentation. I just need it to be long enough that it will take me 5 minutes to presented. thanks.