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Cheat Sheet

Transcript: Sole Proprietor Limited Liability Corp S-Corp Partnership Corporation Cincy,OH 401k SEP IRA Simple IRA Life Insurance Selling of Business Las Vegas,NV 6:00 AM Wrong Retirement Plan Sequencing What the Cheat Sheet Is! -Taxes -Dep Recap -Cap Gains For far too many years as a business owner, I just thought taxes were things that somebody else knew about and that I couldn't be informed or even understand or question my CPA. After meeting with Matt and the Tax Strategy Pro team, I recognized it is very important to ask the right questions. Within 15 minutes Matt and his team found $9,000 worth savings just by looking at my tax returns. I wish I had employed their services earlier as I know I would have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars. -Garry IRS Math Left Home at 6:00 AM Traveled for 3 hours What time would it be? Combining Timing $$$$ The savings were so big the first year I was a little worried it wasn't ethical. But after thorough questioning and due diligence I realized that not only was it legal and ethical but that I was following the IRS code far better and closer than I ever had before when my CPA just filled out forms that I gave him the information for. My only regret is that I didn't meet them sooner. -Jason Wrong Entity? 9:00 AM Left Home at 6:00 AM Traveled for 3 hours What time would it be? Using Your Cheat Sheet Click Below Legal Ethical Moral Poor or No Planning... Selling Business Wrong Math Left Home at 6:00 AM Traveled for 3 hours What time would it be?

Cheat Sheet

Transcript: What is a study guide? A study guide is a tool that is used to reinforce and increase your comprehension of information, in preparation for an assessment of your grasp of that knowledge. Students, teachers and those training for a new career field are often faced with the task of creating study guides. Please define the following terms: *Primary Source *Secondary Source Do Now: Diagrams Time Lines These involve main idea boxes, connected according to relevance (chronological or otherwise), with branches of associated material stemming from the main ideas. This study guide method provides a good visual of how subject material fits together to make a whole concept. Topic: Creating a Study Guide Comparison Charts List supporting information and related facts pertaining to the main concepts to be included in your study guide. When it is necessary to compare and contrast a related group of ideas. For example, a comparison chart on different plant species would list plant names, side by side, then list the plants' kingdom, family and genus in coinciding columns underneath. Mini-Lesson This includes textbooks, class lecture notes, assignments and any study materials that were provided to you. Cheat Sheet Concept Maps H.W. Research and compile at least two primary source documents on your topic 1. Condense all of the study materials into manageable sections. 2. Identify, explain and demonstrate relationships between ideas and concepts. 3. Create practical examples that apply the material to real life situations. Goals of a Study Guide: Aim: What are the elements of a study guide? Identify the main concepts you need to include in your study guide. These can be found in the study materials you compiled. A study guide diagram is ideal for visually representing processes or procedures that take place by way of a series of defined steps. These start with a main concept and are organized from left to right in a way that highlights important key factors in order of how they happen. Good for outlining a series of chronological events, time lines are most often used for subjects like history, politics and biology. Choose a Study Guide Format Take into consideration the subject being studied and how the subject material can best be organized, the comprehension level of the intended audience and the learning style of the intended audience. Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Interview Cheat Sheet

Transcript: Handshake Talk about your best traits that make you stand out, for example... -ethusiasm -intelligence -confidence -passion Thank You Note Posture By Claire Fleming Fidgiting Interview Questions Appendages Body Language Hygiene Strengths and Weaknessess... -choose a weakness that makes you seem willing to work for company -makes sure your strenghts cater to company -do not say that you work too hard for your weakness! Eye-Contact -DO NOT FIDGIT!!!! -do not mess woth hair -do not bounce feet -do not crack knuckles -sit up straight -lean forward towards speaker -stay still -do not say 'like' or 'um' -do not be creepy -stay on topic -stay positive -relate to them -kept out of face -put up if long -not too much product -simple; don't draw attention to your hair -clean looking (brushed) Why you Shine!! -do not stare -don't have bug eyes -semi-formal -closed toed shoes -nylons for girls -no short skirts or low-cut tops -tucked in shirt for boys Attitude -firm -introduce yourself -smile -maintain eye-contact -wear deodorant -do not wear perfume -shower before -brush teeth -clip nails if long -keep hands in lap -don't cross legs -do not sprad legs -keep feet on the ground -if you talk with your hands, do not make your movements overzealous Introduction Hair Clothing CONTINIUED -be polite -smile -act like you're intrested in what they're saying -don't frown -use respectful words and tones Tell me a story about yourself... -make it poitive -not too long -show your talents -don't brag Appearance Common Issues to Avoid What is one mistake you have made? -make it positive -make it seem like you are not a bad person Interview Cheat Sheet Why should we hire you... -tell them your unique strengths -tell them why you're better than 'your average bear'

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Transcript: All of the following ideas originated from Digital Humanities, or spun off from DigHum. The following examples are random. Wallwisher is a great option for sharing thoughts and ideas, but has been known to be glitchy. Twitter can be fun if you have student's create historical tweets, but real strength is getting student to put ideas into own words, as in US Constitution activity. Ipods are part of their everyday life and they love to just hold them as during lobbying activity. And for any videos and video sharing YouTube is a great storage place. Especially when using screencasting tools like Jing. Here are just a few examples of some graphic organizers, visual ways for students to prepare for exams, quizzes, etc.... Of the examples listed here, KWL is the only one I have not used in class, but would like to. Concept Mastery Frame Routine Unit & Course Organizer These were developed by the University of Kansas. I have used both the FRAMES and CONCEPT to great effect in the class. And using a Prezi have introduced students to Unit and Course Organizers. I would like to get to the point where students populate those Prezis themselves. Perhaps one of the simpliest graphic organizers, where students focus on compare/contrast. Using this in conjunction with SmartPals is a great way for students to 'practice' compare/contrast. There are also a number of variations including the Tri-Venn, which has been used to great effect with World Relgions. Edmodo (used) Bloust (Gallion) Blackboard (Kavanaugh) PBWorks (Kajder) Moodle (Wife) SCIM-C Biographical Sketches Museum of Me 6 Word Memoir ADDENDUM 1+2+4=7 Virtual Learning Environments DBQ KWL The real advantage in using Google Docs is the ability to share and collobarate. Great way for students to type papers and share with partners as well as teachers. An alternative which I love, but is more difficult to use is This site was especially fun for its ability to real-time share, as I did with the Social Contract exercise. ISLAM Two more for Olympics symbol Visual Discovery While Diigo is primarily a social bookmarking site, it has some applications in researching. Think back to Media Project! Combined with Evernote, a note-taking and organizational tool, these two tools can be used effective to manage the classroom but also as tools students can use to augment their own learning. The real advantage to these tools comes when students all have computer access. Places where students can access information about assignments, including due dates. Parents and students can see grades. Teacher may communicate with students and aprents. Another relative simple organizer. Learned about it from Comp & Content. Kajder suggested screencasting may be a tech-way to employ a KWL. KNOW Great way to model classroom discussions and expectations. This can be especially effective with a Fishbowl Discussion (graded or otherwise). Here there are really TWO options: Discussion An interesting twist on this would be using tradebooks, including graphic novels as primary sources. Something to explore further. Ran across this online and loved it. Used it to great effect. Some from English cohort have also used. What do students want to learn? Prezi is a non-linear web-based option for alternatives to Powerpoint. The real advantage though is its versatility. I could be adapted for graphic organizers, project platforms, timelines and many other options. This "cheat sheet" is just one example. Related to this is another web-based option called Ahead, which I have yet to full play with but seems both more polished and also more time-intensive. I know very little about DBQs, except what I've gleaned from Brandon, but I find them to be interesting. This can be combined with other strats including Response Groups. These strats are taken from the TCI Approach book. While all of them are interesting and I may want to explore them later these are the ones I've either used or may use. Questions Graphic Organizers WANT TCI JUDAISM Digi Hum + Visual Discovery is more than just learning to read images, but seeks to draw students in. Whereas Skills Builder has more to do with the development of skills, especially those mentioned in the SOLs. Both of these can be done effectively using SmartBoards, making the activity far more interactive. LEARN Response Group I also like to refer to this as roleplay. This worked especially well for a lesson on lobbying. I've seen it done for Constitutional Conventions and plan to use for mock trials. Concept Overall Concept Not Key Words Characteristists Examples Practice Tie Down Definition I especially like this when you use the detective analogy. Historical Crimesolvers! Gallion used SmartPals in class. It allowed students to write over a sheet of paper. Not unlike a transperancy. Word clouds are phenomental ways for students to focus on vocabulary and key concepts or terms. There are two options: Wordle, which is your basic word cloud, and Tagxedo, which allows

cheat sheet

Transcript: CREATIVITY Your name No restricted time and space. Various types available Connects members of a group with similar interests online doc sharing instant speed low costs uses various devices forwarding & routing of messages instantly Advantages of E-Communications TOPIC 1 Lost internet connection:: use network connection repair tool e-mail software problems: check your connection and/or service providers website Downloading/viewing attachments: use help to search for a specific solution Delivery failure: email may be mistyped, has a virus, spam, sender is blocked, or mailbox is full garbled messages: occurs when internet traffic is heavy. change to HTML Solving E-com problems SUBTOPIC 1 lost formatting: if HTML is not supported by recipient, change to plain text. lack of paper trail: use email instead of instant messaging or teleconferencing Hasty responses: Write your message without entering the recipient’s email address, discuss the response with someone else, or wait and re-read after you have calmed down volume of email: Use Reply or Reply All appropriately & only use Cc and Bcc sparingly Junk mail:Use caution in giving out your e-mail Use up to date filters Never open unknown e-mail attachments Report spammers to authorities Solving problems TEXT PICTURES PICTURES Phishing;: Don’t click on links in suspicious emails Be suspicious of emails asking for info Report phishing emails Use anti-phishing software Phishing: personal information scams that appear from legitimate sources Hoaxes: Delete the email immediately, use up to date anti-virus software Fraud: Beware of messages you receive from senders you do not recognize Sloving E-com problems SUBTOPIC 2 Virusus TIMELINE 2019 Virusus: program that has been written, usually by a hacker, to cause corruption of data on a computer. Worm Time bomb logic bomb & trojan horse Protecting against security risks MAP Location 2 Location 3 Location 1 Password protect locations on hard drives, networks, & websites Careful screening of potential employees Electronic ID cards Firewalls Anti-virus software Regularly backup data offsite Biometric security measures Netiquette in E-com Netiquette: good manners and proper behaviors when communicating through electronic media Appropriate content, tone, & format Always use correct spelling & punctuation Communication method should match purpose Respond to the message quickly Keep the message concise & to the point Use a concise & descriptive subject line Determine formality by purpose & recipients Don’t repeat or re-send information Review Check incoming messages & attachments for viruses Review communication prior to sending Understand and apply rules of netiquette Encrypt messages if available Filter messages Back up and archive regularly Be aware of leaving an “electronic trail” Follow school and company guidelines TOPIC 2 TOPIC 2 TOPIC 3 TOPIC 3 TOPIC 4 TOPIC 4

Cheat Sheet

Transcript: Patient Assist Light Sequences among 5 lights, green light indicates success Lights across bottom will light up one at a time My Carelink APP: Free for pacemaker CRT-P only Updating device PMCK: Do not run automatically Orange: Can't find device;re-position Green: Device Found Yellow: Weak signal Green Bulls-eye: Successful transmission -2 beeps shuts off in 2 min YDM 1-877-696-3754 PMCK: runs only with manual transmissions My Carelink Smart 1-800-929-4043 Communicator having problems connecting; 3. Star icon lights up when session finished *remains lit for 3 min, automatically goes off after MCLS troubleshoot: 1-866-484-3268 Amber lights: reader batteries low Orange: Can't find device;re-position Green: Device Found Yellow: Weak signal Green Bulls-eye: Successful transmission -2 beeps shuts off in 2 min Model #: EX1150-RF 2nd Digit: #1= non-wireless; #2= wireless Phone icon: sending device information; sequence of green lights will start to appear PMCK only Sending data Phone icon: sending device information; sequence of green lights will start to appear 4 AA batteries Sending Transmissions: 1. Plug in 2. Push circle button 3. See date appear on screen 4. Push circle button again 5. Pick up hand held piece, hold over device until screen changes 6. Put hand held down when screen indicates 7. Green check mark indicates success 1. Press gray button 2. Put antenna over device 3. Four status lights will light up and then a beep 4. Once dialing starts, put down antenna 5. Phone icon light sequence will start 6. Green bullseye will light up 7. Box will beep two times, shuts off on own Indicates update A: The reader contains a 4.1 lithium polymer battery. It is not replaceable, so if another one is needed call CareLink Patient Services at: 1-800-929-4043, Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Central Time. Not connecting to communicator within 10 feet; always plugged in Boston Scientific Press power button Error codes: 3230! Handset not pairing. Hold gray button on handset for 10 sec. or until blue light stops flashing 3248! Battery needs charged. 5704! inadequate reception. 1.Hit power button x2 2.Put device finder next to device 3.One beep- connection found; set down device finder 4.Device will search for signal- green bulls-eye when success Antenna 2. Star icon will light up: finding signal 3. Press power button again 4. First icon will light up Collecting data Once blue doctor icon lights for two minutes, communicator has successfully sent your data IJS Carelink PM: Manual Transmission pacemaker only Model # 2500 ICD: runs automatically: keep plugged in 1-866-484-3268 only for: smart phone only Manual Transmission: IJX 4. Lights will flash in unison 1. Press gray button 2. Put antenna over device 3. Four status lights will light up and then a beep 4. Once dialing starts, put down antenna 5. Phone icon light sequence will start 6. Green bullseye will light up 7. Box will beep two times, shuts off on own LINQ'S BIOTRONIK Successfully sent 4. Finding signal: Tower lights up when contacted your clinic *this can take up to 15 min APP will show date of last transmit Blinking blue: Bluetooth connection not established Wire-x Carelink Patient Information Site: 1. go to site 2. click enroll now - need device serial number and name Press heart button to power on 2. First icon will light up: Locating device info 3. Transmitter will beep Green: Connection established:reader & device *Once the bullseye lights green, device info is sent Antenna- reads device Press start button for 1 second until beep 1. Download app: 2. Connect to bluetooth 3. Turn on device, hit gray button 4. Place reader over heart 1-800-889-9066 YDM: New/Smarter built in Cellular My Carelink Model # 2495 Solid Blue: Bluetooth connection established 1. Lights will flash in sequence Model # 2490 ST JUDE 18009294043 if monitor no longer needed

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