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Transcript: How To Find COP From a Graph Date 1 Kira & Catherine & Riley COP Presentation What is C.O.P? What is C.O.P? C.O.P (Constant of Proportionality) is almost like an average of the numbers given. Rules you MUST follow to find C.O.P Rules you must follow to find COP Rule #1 Rule #1 You must ALWAYS divide the y value by the x value Rule #2 Rule #2 You must ALWAYS write the formula showing the C.O.P and the answer (k=COP, y=Kx) How To Find COP From A Table How to find COP from a table Price Cookies (y) (x) 1 2 2 4 3 6 4 8 Equation When your finding COP from a table you have to follow an equation, y=kx, (K=COP) Equation Y Y When finding the COP you have to determine the dependent or y. So in this equation (y/x) y is the numerator. X X When finding the COP you have to determine the independent or x. So in this equation (y/x) x is the denominator. How To Find How To Find In this equation (y/x) y is the numerator and x is the denominator. In the table shown on first bubble (and right next to this paragraph) you have to divide y by x and you will get your COP. Price Cookies (y) (x) 1 2 2 4 3 6 4 8 Example In this example x is the cookies and y is the price of the number of cookies. First step is to divide the price by the number of cookies. Lets start with 2/4 = .5 so to check you have to do another so lets do 3/6 = .5 so after checking them all and they all get .5 this means that the COP is .5. Example Price Cookies (y) (x) 1 2 2 4 3 6 4 8 How to find C.O.P. From a Graph X Y Y Dependent variable or y is the virtical or left axis (side of the graph). And is the numerator in the equasion y/x. In the example on the first bubble the y axis is the price. X The independent variable or x is the horozontal or x axis on the graph on the first bubble. In the equation y/x x is the denominator. How To Find COP In a Graph So, to find the COP of a graph you need to plot your points on the graph, find where the points are, and devide the y axis by the x axis to get your answer. It is just like y/x but with a graph. How To Find COP In a Graph COP Example COP Example

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Transcript: THE SCHOOL Induction and resources Information for TRT’s THE STUDENTS Where to find important information Who knows them best The hands on approach Setting expectations/standards Building relationships What steps should we take as teachers in regards to starting out with our first class/es? Becker, C. (2016). Mr. (S. Waniarcha, Interviewer) Butt, S. (2016, October 11). Community of Practice Interview. (J. Stoll, Interviewer) Cohen, E. G. (1972). Sociology and the classroom: Setting the conditions for teacher-student interaction. Review of Educational Research, 42(4), 441-452. Education World. (2016). Icebreakers Volume 5: All-About-You activities for the first day of school. Retrieved 14th October 2016, from http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/icebreakers_for_kids_2.shtml Finn, J. D. (1972). Expectations and the educational environment. Review of educational research, 42(3), 387-410. Games 4 Gains. (2016). Amaze your students with this Maths magic trick. Retrieved 14th October 2016, from http://games4gains.com/blogs/teaching-ideas/magic-math-card-trick Ganama, D. (2016). Herr. (S. Waniarcha, Interviewer) Grose, M. (2016). Welcome 2016. Willunga Primary School. Hill, P.W., Mackay, A.D., Russell, V. J., & Zbar, V. (2001). The middle years. School innovation: Pathway to the knowledge society Main, K. M., Bryer, F. K., & Grimbeek, P. M. (2003). Forging relationships: An integral feature of middle schooling practice Parentingideas Schools. (2016). Parenting ideas Schools. Retrieved from http://parentingideasschools.com.au Pianta, R. C. (1999). Enhancing relationships between children and teachers. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Pittaway, C. (2014). Marsh's Becoming A Teacher (6th Edition ed.). Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Australia. Saint Peters Boys. (2016). Keystone. Adelaide, SA, Australia. Soodak, L. C. (2003). Classroom management in inclusive settings. Theory into practice, 42(4), 327-333. The Counsil or Education Associations South Australia. (2016). Retrieved from CEASA: http://www.ceasa.asn.au/about-us/what-we-do/ Thorne, C. (2008). Education in the Middle Years: Distinctive approaches for unique students. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling. 8(2), 21-23 The school and teacher's use of authority may affect learning through the organization's effect on the student's sense of control of his environment. Teacher as the ultimate determiner of events? Community-building management strategies that facilitate friendships, collaboration, parent involvement, and address challenging behaviors in a positive, proactive, and educative manner are consistent with the goals of inclusive education. Creating a democratic classroom Social structure and flow of everyday life influences what opportunities members have to learn, how the opportunities will be accomplished, and what results from participating (alone and in groups) in everyday events (e.g., learning, failure to learn, or simply participating). Lesson and classroom structure Inquiry Project • Fundamental aspect for effective teaching • Easier classroom management • Show respect toward students • Connections foster a healthy and positive learning environment • Need time for interactions and to build relationships • Incorporate relationship and team building activities into the curriculum • Examples for activities in different topic areas o Physical Education o Geography o English o Maths • Meaningful and respectful relationships are crucial • They create safe and comfortable environment for students • Students may become more willing and engaged participants in the class • Overall enjoyment for both teacher and students References Does the school have any set routines in place for staff? Basic structures for how to set out work spaces are often provided, however a hard and fast lesson structure and routine is not provided by the school. Is there a structure to the day that needs to be taken into account? Lessons are of course structured to a timetable, so this will need to be taken into consideration. Usually, a lesson should consist of an introduction, body of lesson and reflection, or something similar. Should your lesson structure be mirror others in your cohort? This is often a subjective question, however, it is not a requirement by most schools as it allows a personalised feel in each of your classes. Are there PD days to help? There are not specifically designed days for classroom set up however most schools allocate days at the beginning of the year to undertake the process Getting to know..

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Transcript: Law Enforcement law enforcement beginning... law enforcement begining late 18th and early 19th centuaries, police forces were developed to maintain class systems protect private property He is a police officer who's workes many areas within the police such as SWAT, detective, self defence trainer for new recruits, patrol officer, highway patrol, and a few other jobs. a little about my interviewee... Officer Brian Patterson He is a police officer who's work... This presentation explains the jobs along with how they all tie together in the police department This presentation explains the jobs alo... being a police officer being a police officer... + possible retirement 20-25 years serve the public, the people many different jobs within law enforcement many different specializations challenging career choice pay and compensation It's a learning experience Positive Aspects _ dangers in the occupation risk of life psychological stress work schedules are hectic - demanding career suicide rates among cops are especially high dealing with the public can be less than pleasant Negative Aspects the study of police suicide states that the rate of suicide for cops was 17 out of 100,000 compared to a national public rate of 11 out of 100,000 people detectives.. A detective is a person who specializes in investigations, gathering evidence and preparing cases for prosecution. detectives are sworn officers Detectives have to start out working as police officers, then move on to being a detective there are many careers within the detective field such as: assault investigations, cold cases, homicide, missing persons, property crimes, robbery, and countless other investigations DETECTIVE weapons weapons each officer is issued specific gear: most common gun is the .40 caliber pistol (Glock pistols) police bulletproof vest police handcuffs / duty belt baton / mace extra magazines / radio flashlight / knife boots / taser gun GUNS...WEAPONS... About... About... over 18,000 law enforcement agencies in the U.S. 80% of law enforcement agencies have roughly 25 sworn officers (about 900,000 officers) sworn officer- one who has taken the oath to support the constitution and the agencies in their jurisdiction sworn officer- one who has taken the oath ... countless types of law enforcement agencies exist from small town police departments to vast federal agencies countless types of law enforceme... they have 65 agencies and 27 offices federal officers' obligations consist of police response, patrol,criminal investigation and enforcement, inspection, security and protection, court operations and corrections FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES there are many types of local police each created for a specific duty police agencies operated by the local government ... police agencies operated by the loc... the local police' main duty is to uphold the laws of the jurisdiction, dispense patrol, and investigate crimes LOCAL POLICE LOCAL POLICE they were created to to collaborate and aid the local police with investigations and urgent situations that extend beyond the resources and jurisdiction boundaries of the local agency STATE POLICE- highway patrol STATE POLICE- highway patrol They provide services for defined areas such as parks, schools, subways, and transportation areas SPECIAL JURISDICTION POLICE SPECIAL JURISDICTION POLICE most times the sheriffs are granted authority to enforce state law at the local county level by the state they usually run the local jail, serve warrants and court summons, reply to calls outside local jurisdictions when necessary or when another area is in need of assistance DEPUTY SHERIFF DEPUTY SHERIFF work cited work cited Works Cited: “A Study of Police Suicide in 2008-2016 by Bad... Works Cited: “A Study of Police Suicide in 2008-2016 by Badge of Life.” A Study of Police Suicide in 2008-2016 by Badge of Life, www.policesuicidestudy.com/. Cambridge, City of. “Myths/Facts About Police Work.” Myths/Facts About Police Work - Police Department - City of Cambridge, Massachusetts, www.cambridgema.gov/cpd/communityresources/recruitmentandemployment/mythsandfacts. Discoverpolicing.org, www.discoverpolicing.org/whats_like/?fa=types_jobs. www.quora.com/What-are-some-mind-blowing-facts-about-the-police-and-law-enforcement. “Federal Law Enforcement.” PoliceOne, www.policeone.com/federal-law-enforcement/. “Police Duty Gear and Equipment.” Police Duty Gear & Equipment PoliceHow, www.policehow.com/police-gear-equipment.php.

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Transcript: From a Criminological Perspective Manure Fraud in the Netherlands Introduction Introduction Surplus of manure Serious form of Environmental Crime High costs for removing and processing of manure Complexity legislation + low priority of enforcement -> opportunity structure for fraud Research Question: How can the phenomena of manure fraud be explained and how can it be seen as a state corporate crime? Relevance: a complex problem with huge harms Index Index Facts Actors and their offenses Harms on society Motives actors Role of the state Criminological perspective Reaction of actors Conclusion Discussion Case facts Case facts Intensive livestock industry Responsible manure disposal Organized manure fraud Organized Crime Networks Organized Crime Networks Three main actor Social embeddedness Manure producers Manure Producers Spreading of surpluses Violation of production rights Fraud with manure monsters Intermediaries Intermediaries Fraud with transport documents Weight Destination Storage Manure consultancy firms Big cowboy: Bergs Advies Manure processors Manure processors and waste processors Government grants Mixing manure XTC waste Waste from paint industry Direct costs -> Environmental Pollution Over-Fertilization + Digested Manure pollutes the Soil Groundwater Air Ecosystems Society Indirect costs -> Prices and Competition Manure Fraud generates Higher Price for Drinking Water False Competition between Corporations The Effects of the Fraud Harms Large manure surplus Poor financial situation High disposal costs Simple possibilities Motives and causes Motives and causes State The State The Dutch Government versus European Union Derogation On the Political Agenda since 2015 Increasing livestock and manure The Dutch Government versus the Farmers Complex rules cause Financial Damage + Low Enforcement -> Opportunity Structure Stricter Measures Interests of the Dutch Government Business and Corporations Corporations: Victims or Perpetrators? Actors under Pressure Explanatory Mechanisms: Neutralization techniques Strain Theory Deviant Subculture Reactions Reactions Farmers Responsible? Upcoming Social Resistance Revolts of the Farmers How can the phenomena of manure fraud be explained and how can it be seen as a state corporate crime? State-Facilitated Corporate Crime Powerful lobby of the agricultural sector and economic importance Too little enforcement capacity Environment nullified by pursuit of economic growth Conclusion Conclusion Who to blame for the XTC waste in the animal crops? Who to blame for reduction of livestock? Who to blame for the manure surplus? Who needs to fix this? "Who to blame?" Discussion

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Transcript: Beyond the PMF Life without a system Reasons for making the investment Why systems fail 5 key ingrediants to selecting a software Trade offs Questions and Discussion Private software vs. Open source Simplicity vs. Complexity Online vs. Offline Generic vs. Development focused All in one vs. combo (e.g. Kobo Toolbox + Storage software) Session Overview Discussion Trade offs 2. Get Applicable References 80% Will a software solve all my problems? 3. Take your time Challenges in MEL 5 Key Ingredients for selecting a Software Why do we need a software system? Prezi designed by Stephanie Humphries Getting real about Data Storage and Analysis Why? Questions Limited quality control; cant stand behind your results Data analysis is time consuming, error ridden and limited to select few Only specific users are able to access it (availability of data limited) Data aggregation (especially large surveys or across multiple projects) is a far off dream Can't find what you are looking for; results from a survey or where that photo was stored. Limited sharing of data and learnings within teams and across countries How do I decide? 4. Build buy-in Ideas Improve efficiency and accuracy of data collection Safely store and organize data in one place Make data analysis automated, real-time and accurate for improved project management & Decision making Increase availability of data to all stakeholders Share and aggregate information across projects/organziations Enhance reporting and accountability 5. Less is more of MEL systems fail A software is only one small part of the overall MEL system A software won't save you - "garbage in = garbage out" There is no one size fits all solution. Know your needs! 1. Know your needs Why invest in a Software system? (life without a system)

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