As part of my Conflict Management Course, identify a behavior you have when in conflict that you need to change.
You have identified that behavior (Benchmark 1) and have also identified your behavior patterns (Benchmark 2) and done some research on why changing this behavior is important (Benchmark 3). You now need a reflective essay done bringing together all elements into a narrative essay that answers the following questions:
– Your chosen behavior to change – Why you picked that behavior – What your patterns are in relation to that behavior – What research did you find to help you understand how to change your behavior – strategies to change
Prepare a Project Schedule on MS Project showing tasks, durations, predecessors, critical path, slack time, milestones, WBS and summaries. The Schedule will correspond to the project scoping document for a project offered through a case study. Submit the assessment in the .mpp format (MS Project file) only.
Read the chapters from Eugen Herrigel’s book Zen in the art of archery and answer these questions: What is the role of the student? What is the role of the teacher? Why is the learning process so important? Give examples from the reading to support your observations and be sure to cite the chapter (s) they are from.
The purpose of this assignment is to deepen our understanding of the diverse ELLs we serve by getting to know their local communities and to find ways to build community involvement. Identify a local immigrant community. Chose a culture or community relevant to the needs of your current school/classroom, future teaching plans, or interests. You CANNOT be a member of the culture/community you visit. Research the community before you visit.
What is it like to be a business professional working in the international business arena? Your assignment is to interview an individual whose occupation involves significant exposure to international business dealings (sales, purchasing, legal contracts, logistics, marketing, etc.). Get to know what their reality is in adjusting to the challenges created by international implications.
The interview with your subject should last at least 20minutes in length with the preferred format being in-person, via telephone is acceptable, and electronic interviews are the last resort. Review the following questions: Continue reading
Using materials from magazines such as Forbes, Fortune, Working Women, and BusinessWeek, research the best companies to work for in America and the cultures of those organizations. Out of all the companies identified in Step 1, choose two companies where you would most like to work. Write a report on the two companies you have selected. Include what you discovered about the cultures of these two organizations and why you would like to work there. Examine the impact that you think the management has on the organization’s culture. Continue reading
Do you agree with the Supreme Court’s position that corporal punishment is permissible as a school discipline technique? If you became a teacher or principle, would you use corporal punishment? If so, when and under what circumstances? If you had children, how would you feel about your children being subjected to corporal punishment? Continue reading
Each of these materials below addresses the financial aspect of the Affordable Care Act. Review them and write a brief description of your initial, emotional reaction to the cartoon. Think critically about the message that the cartoon attempts to communicate. Describe your personal position regarding this message. Continue reading
Lorna Goodison’s poem, “A Celebration of Emancipation,” deals with the Emancipation Act of 1834 which abolished slavery in the English colonies of the Caribbean, but did not grant full freedom to the slaves until they had completed what was termed “Apprenticeship,” an additional four years of mandatory labor on the sugar estates. The poem depicts the attitudes of those who were made free earlier to those who were still tied by Apprenticeship to the estates. Continue reading
Give your views on the relationship between sustainability and changing education paradigms How can divergent thinking be useful when looking at issues of sustainability? Why is it necessary to consider being wrong ? Consider how the perspective of looking back at the planet from space may help us understand the beautiful and fragile nature of life on earth. Continue reading