Transcript: The Road To The Presidency By Javet Escalera Who We Are Who We Are The positivetarins is the political group that my Candidate stands in. In the our eyes we like to look more into the commuinties arond areas of low incomes and low standards of education. Like the poor or the diabled. For the people For the people Healthcare better beneifits better coverages less taxes for the poor Healthcare This are some ways we can get more and more people in the door: Towns and community We want the best in our growing commuinties like: New road ways Better sidewalks Wider traffic area's New light systems Towns and community Education We would like to build better schools for the younger childern and make our way up to the levels of being a student. Education Cyber Security We as the people are now in the age of technology and everyday we are faced with the same problem and its with our privacy. Cyber Security Putting more profit into hacking and websecurity Give lifelock more money to protect your savings Our defence Our defence Our impact in America Our candidate for the undited States of America is a man named Ulises Casimino. He's married and has no kids. He is a perfect candidate because he too came from the slums of America, he knows the troubles and he knows the conflicts. Our impact in America go to WWW.hi.com On ABC CW and NBC And remember this "If It Ain't Broken, Break It" For More For More
Transcript: intellectual growth spiritual formation image courtesy of Google "B.Y.O.B (Bring Your Own Book) Study Night" "What Does Your Life Look Like?" Forum "Sister's Circle" Enlightenment & Encouragement Group Dallas, Texas Assignments Associate Campus Living & Learning Baylor University February 2014-Present Diversity is inevitable. Inclusion is intentional. INTELLECTUAL GROWTH Current Work My Sister, Myself My Sister's Keeper Retreat September 2015 Self-advocacy looks like: making clear choices, articulating needs and ideas Self-awareness is a precursor to self-advocacy Self-advocacy does NOT mean doing it all yourself "Learning is not attained by chance; it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence." -Abigail Adams, First Lady Courtney Streat Candidate Presentation Assistant Residence Hall Director Baylor University, July 2016 INCLUSIVITY taking charge of your journey Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology Baylor University August 2013 Collaborate with Resident Chaplain on innovative ways to integrate faith Active stewardship practices with community service to promote servant leadership Host in-hall, community worship nights FAITH Interim Staff Counseling Center Baylor University August 2013-November 2013 “The best thing you could do is master the chaos in you. You are not thrown into the fire, you are the fire.” - Mama Indigo, author Indigo Child's Survival Guide Residential Experiences relationally authentic friendships SELF-ADVOCACY dialogue about differences Inclusivity requires a student to feel valued and supported BECAUSE of their unique experiences and opinions; not tolerated IN SPITE of them.
Transcript: the first source the first source that was used was CNN, The type of persuasive technique was Reasons Reasons: a cause, explanation, or justification for a idea, belief, claim, or argument. http://www.cnn.com/ My name: Spencer Rogers My Candidate: Donald Trump the types of persuasive techniques used for the sources were Reasons, Call-to-Action, and And once again, CNN was used for this source. The persuasive technique was Bandwagon. Bandwagon: Attempts to persuade the target audience to take a course of action "Everyone else is taking, so join the crowd" Is a good example of this technique. http://www.cnn.com/2016/01/18/politics/donald-trump-liberty-two-corinthians/index.html Candidate Presentation Thank You! Presidential Bias Project The Second Source The Fourth Source the second source used was New York Times, and the type of persuasive technique was Call-to-Action Call-to-Action: a persuasive technique in which the writer calls audience to action or behave a certain way http://query.nytimes.com/ CNN was used again, but the persuasive technique used was Name Calling. Name Calling: The use of names that evoke fear or hatred in the viewer. This technique links a person or ideas to a negative symbol. http://www.cnn.com/2016/01/11/politics/white-nationalist-robocall-campaign/index.htmlhttp://www.cnn.com/2016/01/11/politics/white-nationalist-robocall-campaign/index.html the reason why it is this type of technique is because in the articale the writer is comparing Donald Trump to things like a racist millioner The Third Source
Transcript: Next President of the United States - James Anthony Franklin Candidate Candidate James Franklin running for president who will be representing the Equal Parties Campaign is an exemplary example of the following: Young: The candidate is young, so he can respond to views of youth too and not just the adults. Cool: The candidate is cool and has a laid back personality that everyone likes to be around. Educated: The candidate is educated, so he can do good for our country by making the smart/right decisions. Political Party Political Party The Equal Powers: This political party is all about everything being equal, whether it be something as small as which requirements are needed to get a business license or something as big as the drinking age. The Equal Powers is here to represent the people and maintain the freedoms, so a healthy relationship is intact and not a rebellious one. The Equal Parties will resolve problems that our country is struggling with in the time span of our candidate James A. Franklin's term. We hope to Resolutions Issues Issues 1. Crime & Justice - The Equal Powers party and Mr. Franklin view that the crime rate should be lowered and justice should be served to those who do make the wrong choices. 2. Economy & Taxes - Our candidate views that taxes are a necessity, but they are also too high for those who can't afford them, so the wealthy should pay more than middle-class people. 3. Healthcare - He believe that this is a huge problem in the U.S. because of many people not having any healthcare we will provide it for them at a discount rate depending on level of wealth, some might get it for free. 4. Labor - The Equal Powers along with Mr. Franklin believes that the job rate should be lowered for the youth. We believe the age should be 14 years of age to get good paying jobs of at least minimum wage, this will guide the youth to become strong leaders and individuals, so they will be ready for the outside world when they become older. 5. Education - Our candidate believes that the youth should have the best future and that starts with the education system. We believe that students shouldn't be able to drop out, get at least a high school diploma. We believe the school day should be shortened for high schoolers and made longer for younger kids because they are at the peak of their learning career and should learn as much as they can. OTher Issues
Transcript: Use branding & communication to create a campus presence. Find colleges & departments interested in using technology to organically improve methods & practices. To work with technology that enhances education & advances student achievement. Assemble faculty cohorts for collaborative professional development within colleges or departments. Instructional Technology Consultant To leverage technology to connect to the world-at-large. Assemble an advisory team to set the plan's direction. Ann Patricia Steckel candidate for Director of Education Design & Curricular Innovation Collaborated with CSU, Chancellor's Office to create the design, development & delivery of the Proven Course eAcademy at CSU, Chico Base practices per recommendations of groups such as National Center for Academic Transformation. Conduct a needs assessment to determine the current skills & abilities of the faculty, their issues, concerns and vision of what comprises a tech-literate faculty body. Create communication between the learning management team ( Moodle) & instructional designers. Creating a Professional Development Program Curriculum Coordinator, Faculty Mentor, Coach, & Advisor To receive support for learning new technologies & recognition for successful implementation. Fact Finding & Building Support Consult the university's strategic plan. Expert-level advisor to faculty for learning management systems, mobile devices & web 2.0 applications Fully-online courses & programs to provide additional revenue for the campus, beyond what the brick & mortar facilities can provide. Students to access high-demand & over-enrolled courses via fully online or hybrid distance learning. Over 2,000 faculty consultations for course redesigns Students expect ... Faculty expect ... Supervised the design, development, & delivery of CSU, Chico's university-wide Academy e-Learning * 100+ faculty served in 5 cohorts * Created & managed large-scale college-level course redesign institutes NJ Association of Educational Technology State Technologist of the Year Determine administrative support, commitment & goals. Determine a budget based on facts & needs. Creating Mindful Change Virtual world curriculum designer, builder & international mentor Professional Development Designer Their education will prepare them with technical skills needed to compete for jobs. Connect with and listen to stakeholders to identify the gap between where the university is currently & where it ideally wants to be. Technology workshop designer, developer, & presenter Build a team of instructional designers who understand how teachers work and how 21st Century students learn. CSU, Chico & CSU Chancellor's Office California State University, Chico Secondary Mathematics & English Teacher with over 25 years of experience Small-Scale Implementation Technology to promote the university's name & reputation beyond the traditional campus. To work any time and anywhere in a way that promotes just-in-time learning. Find the "low-hanging fruit" & start there. Hold college-level or department events that directly correspond to the goals & approach of the cohort. Technology's Role in Higher Education Monitor student achievement via research-based evaluation. New Jersey The University & State expect ... Schedule practical "make & take" workshops. Technologies that assist with workflow, reduce workload, & are easy to learn and implement. To learn technologies that don't waste time & quickly become obsolete. Upon graduation, to enter the workforce as highly-trained individuals with the most current tech skills. Mindfully build a professional development plan based on those results. Establish IT capabilities for support, service, and products. NJAET & NJ Department of Ed Technology Advisory Board Member Look for partnership opportunities for funding, state monies & research. A Brief Biography To utilize tools such as iPads, smart phones, e-texts, mobile apps, and learning management systems to facilitate their learning. Educator Technology Coordinator State Technology Leader Assess availability & quality of equipment & learning spaces. Share cohort successes by recording presentations for flexible viewing by others seeking change. Teamwork & Collaboration
Transcript: -ISIS twin tower attacks (Al-Qaeda) monitor airports and airplanes, checking everbody's passport/residence/VISA Monitor internet hacks, location services, and social networks to make sure nobody is snooping. Security in every border cross, airports, and all docks for any type of threat or something unusual. -TAXES separation of class taxes. Each class should be able to pay their fair share. High class:most of the taxes Middle class:should not pay more than their paycheck. Low class:whatever they can. No one should be lacking money because of taxes. -IMMIGRATION background check and have a valid reason as to why we should give people a privilege to stay. a probabtional officer will be tracking the deeds they do if they're living a life without trouble. make sure they're working to get their papers and want to be official citizens in the U.S. and make it a better place. IMMIGRATION & ABORTION Our taxes include paying for criminal hospitality. If you were to picture someone with a thought of committing murder would-be criminals know undoubtedly, that they will be put to death, should they murder with premeditation. Would or would not very many of them become much less inclined to commit murder? Education Capital Punishment is a warning to all criminals. This is to ensure every school's standards of knowledge are balanced no matter where you go. -Natural Resources Air:used for energy, such as windmills to create energy to clean water and provide for houses. Soil:can help us grow even more plants and crops during wet season and we'd be ready for the dry season. Sunlight: what can be better than receiving energy from the sun! We can use sun energy especially for humans that live in the desert. Relief to victims as well. Banana Republic ISIS & TAXES POLLUTION & NATURAL RESOURCES The common core system is the preparation of a set, clear college, and career standards for kindergarten through 12th grade English, Literacy, and Mathematics. -Pollution We will stop all unnecessary building of hotels, businesses, and factories that causes the Earth to be unsafe and unclean. We will be making sure to plant more trees, plants, and grow more crops to re-establish the healthy atmosphere. No more contaminated water for humans and animals. we will be removing any trash and unnecessary oils in the oceans and lakes. -ABORTION no woman should abort a baby no matter if it is caused by rape, every person has a right to life. a woman should only abort if the baby has no chance of living after birth. Crime/Capital punishment Thank you!
Transcript: Mitt Romney Republican Party http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/m/mittromney411735.html Experience Quotes Education Strengthen And Simplify The Financial Aid System Medicare Lower income seniors will receive more generous support to ensure that they can afford coverage; wealthier seniors will receive less support Social Security for future generations of seniors, Mitt believes that benefits should continue to grow but that the growth rate should be lower for those with higher incomes. "America is not better off than it was $1.8 trillion ago" "When it comes to pinning blame, pin the tail on the donkeys" "Freedom. Freedom of religion. Freedom to speak their mind. Freedom to build a life. And yes, freedom to build a business. With their own hands. This is the essence of the American experience." "President Obama instituted the most anti-growth, anti-investment, anti-jobs measures that we have seen in our lifetime. Now he called his agenda ambitious, I call it reckless" Mitt was born in Detroit on March 12, 1947 married his wife, Ann, in 1969 have five sons and eighteen grandchildren apprenticed as a lathe and plaster carpenter and sold aluminum paint father never graduated college mother gave up acting career once she met his father Vice President Paul Ryan U.S. representative seventh term in Congress representing Wisconsin’s First Congressional District He is Chairman of the House Budget Committee where he has worked leading the effort to rein in federal spending and increase accountability to taxpayers. serves on the House Ways and Means Committee, where he has focused on simplifying the tax code and making health care more affordable and accessible. http://mittromney.tumblr.com/ http://www.mittromney.com/learn/mitt Stance on Issues Background Mitt was elected Governor of Massachusetts in 2002 not a career politician. intimate knowledge of how our economy works. elected Governor of Massachusetts in 2002 severe disarray, budget was out of balance, spending was soaring, taxpayers were being required to pay more and more in taxes for diminishing services After graduating from Brigham Young University in 1971, he earned dual degrees from Harvard and Harvard Business School. Citation Page
Transcript: Patrycja Czopik patrycja.czopik35gmail.com Phone no. 687 234 182 Lodz, Poland Education Education 2017 - ongoing Master in economics and international business University of Lodz, Poland 2016/09 - 2017/02 Management and business administration Universidad de Almeria, Spain Erasmus + Exchange program 2014 - 2017 Bachelor in Economics in English University of Lodz, Poland GOAL GOAL Self -Development in fast growing & environment friendly company Personal characteristics Personal characteristics Hard working Team player Patient Open to new experiences Quick learner TIMELINE 02/2016 06/2016 12/2017 02/2018 04/2018 08/2018 Experience Financial consultant Internship New Finance - financial counseling company Audit support internship EY Poland HR assistant McCormick Shared services EM EA Voluntary work Voluntary work AIESEC 02/2014 - 06/2014 Organizing committee vice president of OGCDP HR department AIESEC 10/2013 - 03/2014 Member of IGCDP HR Double click to edit Languages Languages Native C2 - profficiency B2 intermediate A2 beginner A2 beginner
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