Transcript: What it implies of space The Big Bang According to Wikipedia: The Big Bang theory is the prevailing cosmological model that describes the early development of the Universe.According to the theory, the Big Bang occurred approximately 13.798 ± 0.037 billion years ago, which is thus the considered the age of the universe. scale out forever but you still have an infinite amount 'The Big Bang" was really the point when the Universe started expanding into itself. However it was very compressed and it was so dense and hot that our current laws of physics did not apply and there was no time. So this rapid expansion is the beginning of our Universe. One of the biggest misconceptions about the Big Bang is that the entire universe was compressed into a single point or singularity and then this somehow exploded into the surrounding nothingness DISCLAIMER Your mind may be a bit confused after the end of this Space Therefore if the Universe is infinity light-years across then you can Many current theorems suggest that the current Universe is infinite Infinity It is true that the observable universe (everything of the universe we can see from Earth) was compressed into a tiny amount of space, but not a singularity. The rest of the Universe was not also in this single point What is true THIS DID NOT HAPPEN This means that space can expand into itself and still have plenty of room
Transcript: For students… Increased attendance in school More classroom engagement College and career readiness Self-esteem and 21st-century skills For programs and schools… Stronger partnerships More opportunities to collaborate Professional learning for school and OST staff Stronger outcomes Kathleen Bethke Training Specialist email@example.com Y4Y Toolkit Aligning with the School Day Your Facilitators This information is being provided as part of a Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 conference presentation for the “You For Youth” (Y4Y) professional development website. This website supports the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) grant program administered by the U.S. Department of Education. Information and materials mentioned or shown during this presentation are provided as resources and examples for the viewer’s convenience. Their inclusion is not intended as an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Education. In addition, the instructional practices and assessments discussed or shown in these presentations are not intended to mandate, direct, or control a State’s, local educational agency’s, or school’s specific instructional content, academic achievement system and assessments, curriculum, or program of instruction. States and local programs are free to use any instructional content, achievement system and assessments, curriculum, or program instruction that they wish, insofar as they support the goals and objectives of the 21st CCLC program, as authorized. Published Materials The contents of this presentation were developed, in part, under a contract from the Department of Education. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. Core Elements of Alignment Disclaimer Benefits of Alignment
Transcript: Australian Curriculum Elements Disclaimer Charlotte's Web Click Link for Access to Content Spatial "The term multiliteracies includes electronic literacies, technoliteracies, digital literacies, visual literacies and print based literacies." (Hill, 2013) Enjoy :) Linguistic - Terrific spelt in the web Visual - Both Wilbur and the web are circular denoting a relationship Spatial - Wilbur is foregrounding with the web right above him in the background Gestural - Wilbur has his eyes closed with a smile on his face as if he is a terrific pig and is proud of it Australian Curriculum Elements "Beliefs about how children learn literacy are as relevant to the early childhood teacher as beliefs about what literacy is, as both will guide everyday educational practices. A useful view of learning which has been applied specifically to language learning by Gee. He explains that language is both aquired 'subconsciously by exposure to models, a process of trial and error, and practice' and that it is also learned through conscious processes involving teaching by competent language users. Linguistic - Popular literature, Fantasy non - fiction Visual - Words conjure an image within the mind Spatial - no spatial characteristics Gestural - No specific gestures Auditory - Audio book provides auditory element ACELA1449 - Recognise that different types of punctuation, including full stops, questions marks and exclamation marks, signal sentences that make statements, ask questions, express emotions or give commands ACELA1451 - Identify the parts of a simple sentence that represent 'What's happening?', 'What state is being described?', 'Who or what is involved?' and the surrounding circumstance ACELA1452 - Explore differences in words that represent people, places and things (nouns, including pronouns), happenings and states (verbs), qualities (adjectives) and details such as when, where and how (adverbs) http://htwins.net/scale2/ By no means is it necessary to watch all YouTube Clips to their full completion, they are utilized as a means of reinforcing a concept or idea. In the Classroom Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Gestural Thank you :) Australian Curriculum Elements Audio Principles of Design Visual Linguistic ACELA1430 - Understand that texts can take many forms, can be very short (for example an exit sign) or quite long (for example an information book or a film) and have stories and informative texts have different purposes ACELA1786 - Explore the different contribution of words and images to meaning in stories and informative texts ACEAL1443 - Understand that people use different systems of communication to cater to different needs and purposes and that many people may use sign systems to communicate with others Linguistic - Communication between characters with the addition of narration at the end Visual - Three primary figures with blank background, cut to promotional capture Spatial - Elements of spatial change between two mediums throughout the clip Gesture - Pain in head, anticipation and awareness Auditory - Speech, music and effects Hill, Susan; Literacies in Childhood, Changing Views, Challanging Practice, 2013, pg 57 Martello, Julie; Literacies in Childhood, Changing Views, Challanging Practice, 2013, pg 90 Multiliteracies ACELA1460 - Understand that spoken, visual and written forms of language are different modes of communication with different features and their use varies according to the audience, purpose, context and cultural background ACELT1590 - Identify aspects of different types of literary texts that entertain, and give reason for personal preferences ACELA1475 - Understand that languages have different written and visual communication systems, different oral traditions and different ways of constructing meaning Toy Story
Transcript: Law Enforcement in America Side 1 Research question? A survey of the people Conclusion Disclaimer side 2 Law Enforcement in the United States
Transcript: Disclaimer Black people in Africa vs White people in North of Europe Black people strong against Cancer. White people produce more vitamin-D from the sun. Andes (Chile) vs Nepal peaks people. Over 4,000m (13,000ft) above sea level . Around 60% of oxygen. Dangerous for pregnant women. More red cells in blood (no puffy). Faster breath, more blood vessels Pets! Started around year 30,000 BC Most cats and dogs we have today didn't exists before 1800 Fox farms! Pigeons Squirrel Examples Results Example in humans Artificial evolution of natural selection Natural Selection vs Acquired Characteristics The topic of this presentation is about the science point of view. It does not means that any religious point of view is wrong.
Transcript: Questions? Which he eventually lost, and on May 7th 1945 Germany surrendered A rebellious child interested in the arts We always focus on the horrors of Nazi Germany, but not always on how Germany became so radical. 2 million killed by the Einsatzgruppen, 3.3 million died in gas chambers, and 500,000 died of hunger in the ghettos Mein Kampf Holocaust 15,000,000 soldier died in battle world wide 25,000,000 soldiers were wounded in battle 45,000,000 civilians died This book is not inspirational and I do not agree or sympathize with the authors actions Why this matters The book did not become popular till after Hitler became Chancellor over all of Germany. Hitler as Supreme Chancellor of all of Germany, started World War II Because no person has the right to take someone eles's life from them Capital of Austria, with extreme rich or poor 5,962,129 jewish people died because of Germany's systematic genocide. Hitler was born to a lower middle class family in Austria statistics Background: Deaths in WW2 There are two volumes of this book, the first was written while Hitler was imprisoned. Mein Kampf By: Adolf Hitler This presentation will cover some relatively sensitive issues. Disclaimer: Impact Moving To Vienna It is here his anti Semitic views developed
Transcript: Specifically, here, we can talk about the in-group (Whites) and the out-group (Blacks) and how the how the benefit of the doubt is given/not given to each of the groups. 10pm, police arrive at the house Disclaimer This will probably anger you. If not, get your soul-fluid level checked, or something. Gregory's sister told the 911 rep that Gregory had a small rusty pocket knife What are your experiences of being the minority? Had Gregory not been stereotyped by the deputies, he would still be alive today. "Cops Shoot, Kill Black Man Holding ‘Rusty’ Pocket Knife Eating in His Backyard" Discussion Questions What is your opinion on this situation? If both parties were of the same in-group would the outcome be different? The debate between Gregory and his niece was over. At around 10pm, two deputies entered Gregory's backyard. He was eating chicken, and refused to respond to police. He only words were "leave me alone". The deputies, while standing on Gregory's property, shot him five times. Gregory Frazier was only 'armed' with a small, rusty pocket knife, which he carried daily. A Roman & Dice production While our course is focused on the benefits of diversity from a business or management perspective, we can use what we are learning in regards to other organizations or situations. Gregory, his sister, and his niece lived together in Florida What stereotypes led the police officers to shoot Frazier? http://www.diversityinc.com/news/cops-shoot-kill-black-man-holding-rusty-pocket-knife-eating-backyard/ Gregory Frazier was dead at the scene. Gregory and his niece got into a heated debate Gregory's sister called 911 Also, we can identify the deputies' fundamental attribution error by their assumption that Gregory was armed and dangerous based on his race, when he only wanted to eat his meal. The Shooting The heated debate was over, and Gregory had committed no crimes. Breakdown of Events The Article How does this relate to our material? Gregory Frazier, deceased
Transcript: We then called for a training on how to clear the interview which was to be followed by interview. Disclaimer The “Copy” & “Ideas” mentioned in the profile are strictly subject to copy right by Zahir Hassan Battiwala. The above words also indicate that all creative works put up in this presentation are 100% original and does not grip and copied copy! It all begun in the year 2010 at ASPIRE CONSCRIPTION, a Corporate/IT Recruitment Company which by choice gradually turned into a partial Event Agency. Funny but true, the IT Recruitment Company had a challenge to get more candidates to complete the targets and cold calling (only medium to get the right candidates) did not do any good. So the need was to reach the candidates where the cold calls could not reach. The challenge was to get the potential lead segregated as well as to sideline the cream crowd from the other Plan was to segregate them according to their qualification and education Result: By spending over 120K in 3 months, more than 11,000 leads were generated Conclusion The first brief The brief was to get the right candidates for recruitment The Journey Result: More then 160 candidates turned up for the interview, 6 got selected. Approximate revenue generate was over 1 lac, the first drive and training program led the way for many such successful programs Plan was to reach these candidates through various touch points and to generate potential leads. We reached them through: 1. Collage festivals - We set up job stalls for them. 2. Placement Cells - We not only tied up with them but also gave them reference money to source the candidates 3. Malls - We collected data by promising them to offer better jobs 4. Markets - We did set up kiosks to generate leads of the guys looking for a change in their jobs. The challenge
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