Transcript: No Score,No gane, and cheer the progress Value guide all plan,decisions, and action Core Value Thoughts and feeling and respected, listend Spirit of the squirrel Way of the beaver Gift of the goose
Transcript: Here in Splash... we uphold sense of belonging We are colleagues, friends-one family. We Foster a strong sense of relationship among ourselves based on genuine caring, understanding, and righteousness. Manifestations Making it alive in the workplace We... seek to establish friendship beyond the work setting assist and guide new employees helping them to integrate into the Splash work environment respect each other especially in terms of privacy, opinion, diversity, and time On time, all the time. engage in company/employee activities. cooperate and share our talents and skills with co-employees to achieve project goals. give constructive criticisms to help co-workers grow and be developed. compliment employees for a job well-done. aside from those... We provide moral and financial support to co-employees in need. Active and empathic listening are our ways of showing respect to co-employees And when it comes to work... WE are generous to share our knowledge and experience are team players and interact and collaborate with co-employees in other departments There are many other ways and situations where we can express Sense of Belonging. Let us outdo encouraging each other to be better members of the Splash Family. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr We also... (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Transcript: PLAN LESSON professional practices & standards 2304-01 core values assignment Heather Harrison Jorai Mitchell 100756157 January 21st, 2020 core values assignment 1 LESSON PROFILE Introduction Introduction Seating chart Seating chart Rows Groups Letter 'U' Standards Standards 1 2 3 The quality of being patient, as the bearing of provocation, annoyance, misfortune, or pain, without complaint, loss of temper, irritation, or the like. patience 2 OBJECTIVES Essential understandings Essential understandings Having patience especially working with youth is very good. having patience helped me have a lot of control, to make decisions that won't jeopardize my future. for example: if a child is throwing a temper tantrum and will not listen to me or any of my staff members i would need patience because the child is going through something that nobody knows and it will take time for them to cool down and for them to talk to you. that is were the patience comes in because you have to be patient with the child to calm down and to open up. connected to making decisions make a change how the F&H program will help achieve my goal MATERIALS 3 EQUIPMENT MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT References References PROCEDURE 4 PROCEDURE Warm-up activity Warm-up activity Step 1 Step 1 Step 2 Step 2 ASSESSMENT 5 ASSESSMENT Assessment activity 1 Assessment activity 1 Assessment activity 2 Assessment activity 2 6 NOTES Notes
Transcript: Responsibility mary sherman march 25, 2018 What is Responsibilty? description "In philosophy, moral responsibility is the status of morally deserving praise, blame, reward, or punishment for an act or omission, in accordance with one's moral obligations." What it isn't What it isn't "The state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someone." "The opportunity or ability to act independently and make decisions without authorization." "the state or fact of being accountable or to blame for something." What it is What it is Responsibilty = Extracurriculars Student Council Newspaper School Board Speech Team Structure Structure Student Council Student Council Opportunity 2 Opportunity 2 Relationships Relationships TIME Person Responsible: Write person’s name here. Delivery Date: Write the date here. Description: Write details here. Action Item 1 Action Item 1 Person Responsible: Write person’s name here. Delivery Date: Write the date here. Description: Write details here. Action Item 2 Action Item 2 Person Responsible: Write person’s name here. Delivery Date: Write the date here. Description: Write details here. Action Item 3 Action Item 3 Goals Health Goal 1 Goal 1 GOAL 2 GOAL 2 Structure Future Opportunity 1 Opportunity 1 Opportunity 2 Opportunity 2
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Transcript: CORE VALUES THE TITANS 11 MARCH 2023 Who we are Who we are Hey! We are the Titans... Before we start this presantation we want to introduce our team and what is their role in this competition programmers PROGRAMING All the codes are created by us, we have watched a lot of ideas online, of teams with many points and we have then prepared a plan for the missions and created the codes. The codes include moving and turning. It took us more than 3 hours to make all of them and some of them would not work perfectly so we had to remake them. While practicing the codes, sometimes errors occur, but the good thing is that you can return the robot and restart the code, so it is not a problem. Kler Caku Felisia Guri HEAD OF CODERS CODER Innovative Who we are We are programming and giving ideas as well, and who knows maybe people can find some small ideas really useful. We have mixed our creation with legos, arduinos and microbits. That is how we have put innovation in all the projects we have brought here today. Arti Malltezi INNOVATIONIST Maja Peshkatari Felisia Guri INNOVATIONIST INNOVATIONIST DESIGN DESING WE MADE THE MECHANISMS WITH PURPOUSE TO DO THE MISSIONS. THE MECHANISMS WERE BUILD BY OURSELVES AND ARE COMPLETELY ORIGINAL, Sibora Shllaku Franceska Mjeda Main Designer Designer This Group OUR TEAM our improvement How we work All of us have been a part of this competition last year and after that incredible experience with other people we decided to enter together this year and it has been a wonderful experience. Of course, we have had our ups and downs as a group, but we always resolve them in a mature way like never before. During this journey we brought out a side of each other and ourself that we didn't know we had. A mature side. And all of us are so grateful to have gone through this competition with each other. Our Disagreements Our Problems Even though we have great communication, we like every group had our disagreements and we always solved them with two methods: Method 1 The social method 1. Define the problem. ... 2. Generate alternative solutions. ... 3. Evaluate and select an alternative. ... 4. Implement and follow up on the solution. Method 2 The voting method This method is quite like how our govement works. We take the two ideas that are being presented and give the pros and cons of each one. After everyone has heard both sides, we take a vote and we will go with the idea which is preferred by the majority and the minority has to accept the outcome Our Improvements What we have become We have worked intensely these past months and to be here today, showing you what we have achieved and worked so hard to make is an award in itself. We are so grateful to ourselfs for working so hard and to each other for being so wonderful, cooperative and understanding. We went from friends to family in these past few months and we couldn't be happier. So before we start showing you our work we want to acknowledge all the hard work and motivation we have put into our project and we want to thank you for giving us the opportunity to have grown this close and to really understand the true meaning of hard work. Our codes Coding So as I presented previously, the codes are originally made by us since we have unique ideas and different from other groups. - How we got inspired to start coding? So, firstly we carefully watched videos for the rules of each mission and then watched some ideas from other groups, just to know how to do each mission. - How we started to code? We planned all the missions before starting and then programmed one by one and afterwards downloaded them to the robot. Improvement Improvement After Before By discussing with my teammate which is one of the coders and then by trying them a lot of times, we came in conclusions on what we did good and what we could have done better. Errors!.!.! Our Team Well, nothing goes smoothly and of course we had errors during programming like the robot could go the wrong way or we could mess the coordinates even by a centimeter. But everything still went okay, since we worked hard to fix the "bugs". Every mission required a lot of work, concentration and patience, and at the end it would work. Most importantly, errors are fixed with support from our teammates blasting ideas and helping us. Our degsin Mechanisms FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE MECHANISM TO THE TOP, ITS COMPLETELY A BURST OF OUR IMAGINATION. EACH MECHANISM IS USED TO MAKE A CERTAIN MISSION. MECHANISMS ARE SOMETIMES REALLY HARD TO MAKE, SO THEY CAN TAKE UP SOME TIME TO BUILD. AFTER ONE MECHANISM IS BUILD, THE CODERS START PROGRAMMING THE ROBOT RIGHT AWAY . the first mechanism the 1st mechanism This mechanism is used to do: - Inovation Project Model - Solar Farm - Hydrid Car - Wind Turbine second mechanism 2nd mechanism This mechanism is used to do: - Smart Grid - Innovation Project Model the 3rd mechanisms 3rd mechanism This mechanism is used to do: - Hydroelectric Dam 4th mechanism 4th mechanism This mechanism
Transcript: Core Values of ECHS @MC Example of Kindness Extra Credit Video Core Value Project: Kindness Without kindness people would become inconsiderate and the other core values of peopel would begin to suffer By: Mya & Maleigha Barber Purpose of this Core Value Core Values Core values establish how people should act and their behavior towards every person. Kindness The Travel of Kindness Shane Koyzcan: "If you are having a good day, be considerate. A simple smile could be the first-aid kit that someone has been looking for. If you believe with absolute honesty that you are doing everything you can - do more." Definition: Being friendly, generous, and considerate. - Desire - Responsibility - Intergrity - Honesty - Kindness -Respect Definition: They are fundamental priciples that guide the behavior and the actions of people. The Purpose of Core Values
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