Metacognitive Evaluation

Prior to engaging in this discussion, please read Chapters 8, 9, and 10 in Applied Metacognition, and review your notes (including those on all articles read in this course about metacognition). 



First, reread your posts from the Week One discussions and consider everything you have learned during the past four and a half weeks. Then, apply the knowledge attained from the course to your own development by critically considering the following questions:

  • What did you learn about yourself through the process of learning about learning?
  • What did you learn about your peers in the class through the process of learning about learning?  
  • How will you apply what you have learned about yourself in your future learning activities (whether you are the learner or the instructor in these activities)?
  • Describe an event you experienced during the past five weeks in which you noticed learning theory at work.
  • How have your metacognitive experiences in this course influenced your desire to better understand learning in comparison to others?
  • Do you agree or disagree that by applying the elements of metacognition into your studies, you will improve your ability to learn more effectively? Thoroughly explain your reasoning and provide research to support your statements.

Create a four slide PowerPoint to teach colleagues about bullying. First slide should be a brief description of bullying include slide notes for this section. For two additional slides, include one slide for bullying on campus and another slide for bullying off campus. Include slide notes for each slide. The fourth slide should be a scenario. The scenario should be about the topic and serve as a guide to the presentation on the effect of laws on bullying.

Support presentation with three scholarly sources

 

Include in-text citations, references and slide notes for each section. Include slide notes that provide detailed explanations of the scenario and application of the law.

 

 

 

Turn it in score must be at 0% or below 10%.

Individual: Expansion of the Mayberry Satellite

 
 
 
 
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Review the Network Configuration Visio® document of the Mayberry Satellite Campus. This diagram will be used throughout the course.

Scenario: As an IT networking trainee for your organization, your supervisor has given you an assignment to extend the Mayberry Network to an additional space (see existing diagram). The organization has obtained a space to create a 20-station learning center and two classrooms at the existing location. Each classroom will have one computer for the instructor and a wireless access point for the students. Typically, your supervisor has used computers with an Intel Core i5 processor, 16 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive and a 10/100/1000 Ethernet NIC, but wonders if a better solution is available and would like you to recommend a solution.

Develop a 1-page network diagram using Microsoft® Visio®, or one of the free network diagramming programs you researched in Week One, to create a drawing of the learning center. The diagram should include:

  • 22 computers that you specify
  • Detailed specification for cabling, routing and switching, and wireless or VLAN options to connect to the existing network

 

This is an article review for Genetics class, I will attach the requirements below. I need this paper by Friday July 28, 2017 by 5pm Eastern Standard Time. 

Nyana

Here are three (3) homework. Can you do these one at a time? Assignment 4 due sunday.

 

To Plan, Design, Deliver, and Evaluate an Original Training Program

 

In a 20- to 25-slide PowerPoint presentation, not including the title and references slides:

  • Conduct a needs assessment for your proposed training program. This should include both a person and a task analysis.
  • Develop SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Timely) training objectives based on the needs assessment and any assumptions you may need to make.
  • Create an original, detailed training proposal. This should include:
    • A title and description of the program.
    • A discussion of training methods to be used, and a rationale (justification) for using them, based on training theory.
    • Proposed instructors and the reason for using them.
    • A tentative training outline.
    • A tentative list and description of training materials needed.
  • Develop a plan for evaluation of training effectiveness including both short-term and long-term evaluation where appropriate.

 

Training proposal: Training and development for Amazon Customer Service Representatives

 

 

 

Your presentation must be formatted according to APA style

 

Your textbook describes six nontrial duties of judges. Which of the following is NOT one of these nontrial duties?

Multiple Choice

  •  
    accepting guilty pleas
  •  
    fundraising for an upcoming election
  •  
    informing suspects of their rights
  •  
    setting and revoking bail

Other than Gettysburg or Vicksburg, make an argument for the single event you deem the most significant to the legacy of the American Civil War on reforms that are present in today's American Society, and explain your choice. You may choose from political, military, economic, or social impact. Your choice should include setting, timeline, major figures, catalysts, outcomes, and statistics (if a battle). More than just a recap, this needs to explain why this is still significant today and use evidence from the past to talk about the present.



Your response must be at least 300 words in length.

 

Introduce the debate surrounding abolition vs. equality and how it led to the American Civil War. Why were there significant fears about the impact of freed slaves in the North? Who had the most to win/lose?



Your response must be at least 200 words in length.

Consider an ethical issue faced by American businesses in the international arena. What are the ethical issues involved? If the issue was domestic, what would the proper solution be? How does expanding into the global context change your analysis? Do we have to consider ethics universally or in terms of specific practices within a country?

Please cite a case or news article that contributes to your answer. You do not have to agree with the result or the analysis in the article.

 

1 paragraph

APA citations

Assignment:

Write a research report of 4-5 pages double-spaced discussing the current and new methods of accounting for leases (standards issued in 2016). Discuss the history of lease accounting and purpose of the new standards, discuss the current method of accounting for leases, and discuss the new standards for accounting for leases. Be sure to discuss from the lessee and lessor perspectives. Use 3-5 sources and include a works cited page.

This assignment is to write a research report. The purpose of the report is to find information on a topic and organize the information in a way that provides a good review of the topic. It is not an essay, where the purpose of the writer might be to argue for a certain viewpoint or course of action related to an issue. This assignment is also not to create original scholarship or to add knowledge to the field. Rather, the report should summarize the topic, helping you to understand the related important concepts.

Writing Guidelines:

Introduction - In the introduction you will need to do the following things: present relevant background or contextual material, define terms or concepts when necessary, explain the focus of the paper and your specific purpose, and reveal your plan of organization.

Writing the Body - Use your outline as a flexible guide. Build your paper around points you want to make (i.e., don't let your sources organize your paper), integrate your sources into your discussion. Summarize, analyze, explain, and evaluate published work rather than merely reporting it.

 

Writing the Conclusion - In the conclusion you will need to do the following things:  summarize the body of your paper, use the end of your paper to explain the significance of points, and move from a detailed to a general level of consideration that returns the topic to the context provided by the introduction.