Transcript: Jean Choi Talking speed and pacing Standards Giving clear and concise directions Strengths Building relationships with and motivating students Creating lessons based on student needs and standards Goals Reducing teacher talk Pacing Differentiation SBAC practice performance task 2nd grade buddies Reflection A Work in Progress: Entering the Program Folk Tales Jack and Minecraft Reflection ITE Initial reflection: Nervous Timing Clarify directions Current reflection Standards Rigor Teacher talk Capstone November, 2014 Childhood dream Lack of experience Uncertainty Work completion Incentive Result
Transcript: AF - feels her husband "isn't there mentally" even though they "share so much love between them" AM - feels there is a communication issue, as well as a physical and emotional disconnect due to alcohol use and parenting Alcohol Use Communication Problems AM - 33 years old, Caucasian, Operations Manager for JetStream AF - 32 years old, Caucasian, Stay-at-home Mom Live in Rock Hill, SC Married for 7 years, together for 12 years No spiritual/religious preference - Agnostic AM and AF meet with TI weekly in the evening. Solution-Focused - what's going well, when was the problem not so intense, "How did you do that?" CBT - "How often do we let our expectations and assumptions get in the way of how we perceive each other?", Homework assignments EFT - Joining, Feelings Wheel *** Background Assessment Referred to PIMFT by AF's friend Phone Intake - "Criminal Domestic Violence" AM and AF drank 2 bottles of wine and an 18-pack of Bud Light in an evening AF pinned AM down on their couch and repeatedly hit him in the face AM threw a hairdryer and a phone at AF, breaking both AF called police AM and AF spent the night in jail AM and AF were ordered to spend 90 days apart upon discharge AM - charged with Domestic Violence, 2nd Degree AF - charged with Domestic Violence, 3rd Degree Meet the client where they are, and get out of your own head! Strengths Nonverbal communication Validation Reflection Areas for Growth Structure Implement more interventions Direction and Assertiveness Meredith S. Gwaltney MMFT690A July 23, 2016 Underlying/Clinical Concerns DSM-5 Diagnosis Presenting Concerns Standard 1.8 - Client Autonomy in Decision-Making Standard 2.1 - Disclosing Limits of Confidentiality Standard 3.3 - Seeking Assistance Standard 3.10 - Scope of Confidence This case has been brought to supervision twice in six weeks. Self of Therapist 303.90 (F10.20) Alcohol Use Disorder, Moderate excessive amount of alcohol consumed on a consistent basis as well as the impairment from the alcohol in AM and AF’s social, emotional and physical connection V61.10 (Z63.0) Relationship Distress With Spouse or Intimate Partner diagnosed due to the amount and severity of their conflict 995.81(T74.11XD) Spouse or Partner Violence, Physical, Confirmed (subsequent encounter) verbal admittance from AM and AF. GOAL! Goals Final Capstone Presentation 115-003 (C) : The Basics Legal/Ethical Issues Theories Attempted Short Term Build therapeutic alliance Identify exceptions Background Assessment Long Term Personal Triggers Improve Physical and Emotional Connectivity
Transcript: CPH 470 / Your Name CAPSTONE TITLE Community Overview 1. Health Issue Health Issue Problem Problem Cause & Effect Cause & Effect More Info More Info Intervention title title Intervention Community Reaction Assessment Community Reaction Assessment Go or No Go? Go or No Go? Why? Why? Why?
Transcript: INTRODUCTION & MOTIVATIONS PREVIOUS WORK PROPOSED SOLUTION BENEFITS & FEASIBILITY ORGANIZATIONAL APPROACH SUMMARY ENERGY BREAKDOWN 1 WORK BREAKDOWN COST BREAKDOWN SCHEDULE Compressor package Pressure vessel Gas conditioners Heat exchanger for exhaust 6 BUDGET Individually develop 3 preliminary designs Select final solution using a design matrix Solution specific work broken down - Physicial design - Safety and regulations - Economic analysis ERCB Directive 60 - Flaring & Venting CSA Class. I Div. II Class I: Flammable gas may be present in the air Div. II: Hazard present under abnormal conditions STORAGE TANK BACKGROUND COMPRESSOR 4 RETScreen Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word Microsoft Visio AutoCAD KNOCK OUT TANK Annual Gas Energy Breakdown Utilized a decision matrix Micro turbine cogeneration selected TOTAL PROJECT COST: $662 000 ENGR 499 - CAPSTONE 2011/2012 Annual blanket gas consumption approx. 463,000 cubic meters (≈$67,000/yr) Large electricity consumption ( approx. $120,000/yr @ 7 cent/kwh) System volatiles (i.e. H2S) System pressure < 1 psig Operating temps between -50 C & 40 C BENEFITS & FEASIBILITY TURBINES Develop a more efficient blanketing system Capstone C30 (30 kW) 26 % electrical efficiency Handle up to 7% sour gas 80,000 hr service life (9.3 years) Grid connected or stand alone GOAL GOING FORWARD Skidded building (16' x 24') House major components PROPOSED SOLUTION PACKAGE PLACEMENT PACKAGE DETAILS 3 GAS BLANKETING IMPROVEMENT Balance: $300 DELIVERABLES Weigh opportunity costs & decide on approval Further develop portions of the analysis High level approach Design assumptions verified Continued correspondence with vendors THANK YOU QUESTIONS TURBINE SIZING 5 REVISED Options Consume expelled blanketing gas Supply excess gas for more turbines Selection 4 C30's optimum Grid connected Sized from annual blanketing gas TURBINE ARRAY PAYBACK ORIGINAL CCS cleans oilfield waste in Western Canada Product tanks blanketed for safety Currently natural gas blanketing is flared Potential to reduce waste Heat generation Nitrogren blanketing Electricity generation 2 PRESSURE VESSEL RESOURCES PREVIOUS WORK INTRO & MOTIVATIONS HEAT EXCHANGER CCS MIDSTREAM CCS contact: Bob Lipsett Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Prodanovic Kelowna Landfill: Darren Enevoldson CCS wants to find an efficient use for vent gas Selected turbine electricity production Specified a 4 micro turbine array Quantified the following benefits - Payback period 7.4 years - Net Benefit of $229 754 - Recapture 59% of vent gas energy - Offset 325 tonnes of CO2 annually - Positive environmental impact Physical design Economic analysis Feasibility study ORGANIZATIONAL APROACH GROUP 21 Bryce Rowe Regan Harris Ken Kaminski-Raab MAIN SOLUTION AREAS FACILITY DATA & SPECS SUMMARY SAFETY & REGULATIONS OTHER COMPONENTS 325 tonnes of CO2 offset annually COGENERATION Select 3 prilimiary designs (OCT 29) (OCT 29) Final solution selection (DEC 1) (DEC 19) Physical system spec'd (JAN 16) (FEB 29) Economic study complete (FEB 16) (MAR 26) Final report complete (MAR 1) (APR 1) SOLUTION SELECTION Payback in 7.4 years Annual income ~$90 000 Net benefit ~$230 000
Transcript: NICODEMUS URINGI UWANDA SEX AND GENDER WHY THIS TOPIC. Topic 1 I chose this topic because the society we live in today, is highly weak when it comes to sex and gender part. In most cases, women are seen as less valuable than men. OBSTACLES. For a topic like this, it is usually hard to get all the information you want, especially through surveys. Surveying people who are older than you, is a big obstacle i faced. Majority of them were not willing to talk about sex. OVER VIEW. Topic 2 For many years, we have been taught that sex and gender do not matter or they have no difference In some cultures sex is considered a sin, but in other cultures sex is a normal thing that is done in private. Perhaps you might ask yourself how sex and gender even came into existence. How did we end up considering sex as an adult private affair? Why females are considered weaker than men in some cultures? This presentation explains all the questions and mysteries about sex and the creation of gender (female stereotype). THE STORY BEHIND Topic 3 In the beginning the earth was filled with nothing and God decided to create something in it. He created the water bodies, land, fish, birds, animals, plants and lastly he created human beings He create Adam to take care and control everything that was in the earth AND he created Eve out of his ribs. God told Adam and Eve to eat all the fruits that the trees within the garden bear, but they shouldn’t eat the fruit of the tree that was in the middle of the garden. The serpent was craftier than any other animals. It persuaded Eve to eat the fruit and then Eve persuaded Adam to eat it as well THEY SINNED AGAINST GOD WHY WOMEN BLAMED Topic 4 the unfairness we see today towards women derive from the wrong choice she did when the serpent tempted her to eat the forbidden fruit. In original sin, woman was considered weak by the serpent and that’s why it went to her first instead of man. CONCLUSION Although many people say that the forbidden fruit was sex and sex was the first original sin and that sin made a lady look weak, I say no. The forbidden fruit was not sex and the sin that our first ancestor committed, shouldn’t make women weak. Sex has been there and we shouldn’t consider it as a sin. Women should not be under looked by men. Both man and woman ate the fruit so no one is a saint. Topic 4 OUTCOMES I CHOSE The communication competency of analyzing fitted best in my project.In this, I analyzed and evaluated messages from my sources and incorporated it with my own opinions for my paper. Before starting my research paper, I had a lot of opinions. For a perfect research paper, I needed facts rather than opinions. For example, I had an opinion that women are more affected by the sex and gender issue because they were the first to bring sin into existence. I used the phrase in the bible that says, “Eve, the first female, gave the forbidden fruit to her husband. They both sinned against God, but the woman is the one who initiated it”. The information from the sources, helped me organize my opinions into a fact through evidences. Evidences makes your arguments strong and reliable. Topic 4
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Transcript: MODELING TOOLS USED * The aim of this project is to build a predictive model to estimate the final sale price of a home by considering the constraints like No. of bed rooms/bath rooms, No. of parking spots etc. TEAM MEMBERS Guided By : Keith C Drake DATA ANALYSIS FIG (4) REAL ESTATE PRICE ESTIMATOR * We have analyzed the data set to identify any noise. * On analyzing the data set we came to know that the data set consists of 6310 examples with 33 regular attributes. * We have analyzed the attributes which have more weightage, that is which will be more helpful in predicting the model. *Analyzed the attributes which have missing values in 17 attributes and with inconsistent data in CITY attribute. * Converting data from Nominal To Numerical. * Split the data into Training and Testing data. * Linear regression model has been applied to get the coefficient, Std. Error and Tolerance of the data. MINI GOALS: ANALYZED DATA FINAL MODEL LINEAR REGRESSION * To develop a java application with an interactive GUI. * In cooperating the HTML language to make it a web portal. PROCESS EMPOLOYED BUSINESS UNDERSTANDING FIG (2) FIG (3) DEPLOYED WEB PORTAL SELECTING ATTRIBUTES * We have evaluated our model by applying the "Performance" operator. * Evaluated based on split ratio of 0.9 : 0.1 * Based on this the values we got for the initial data set are: RMSE - 9887.755 AE - 7127.247 * Based on the final 500 example set the performance results are as : RMSE - 12622.45 AE - 7792.10 * Initially we filtered out the examples as per the customer requirements. * As most of the attributes are not required for the final estimation model, we need to select those that are only required. * As we analyzed the attributes that play a major role in final model, we selected only those attributes with Select Attributes operator. * Once the attributes are selected, we replaced the missing values in the attributes with Impute Missing Values operator. *Once the missing values are filled out, we tried to generate some new attributes. * We integrated the Rapid Miner model into a Java Web Development environment. -- Who will use the deployed web portal ? -- Usecase Diagram: * Owning a new home is a dream for every family. * At certain point of life everyone wants to have their own home. * This results in increase of boom in real estate field. * Everyone tries to own a home or land with best amenities at ideal price. * These amenities refer to where the home is located, how far is it from school/university etc. We used CRISP-DM process to achieve the final goal of the project. By employing CRISP-DM methodology we have followed certain steps which include 1.Business Understanding 2.Data Understanding 3.Data Preparation 4.Modeling 5.Evaluation 6.Deployment GENERATED FEATURES EVALUATION DATA PREPARATION FIG (1) ANY QUERIES ?? GOALS * In order to get a better performance in estimating the Last sale price, it is required to generate some features. * Generated the features like - Distance To Walmart - Distance To UHCL - BEDS/BATH RATIO - Original List Price per Sqft. We used Google Maps as a source to calculate the distance between the specific zip code to Walmart or UHCL with the help of Generate Attributes operator. * EMail subscriptions button that sends user about future homes data that they are interested about * Enable more comparision features like time to ride to school between homes * Premium accounts for advertising homes * Show interest feature * Virtual home visit feature * Generate maps using real time data * During Replacing the missing values. - Initially we make use of Replace Missing Values but it doesnt help us in getting a better performance. - We have done a research in web about the operators available for replacing the missing values and then we came to know about Impute Missing Values. * In this business understanding we have studied about what are CustomerRequirements, System Requirements from the view of both the designer and the End User. * This study on customer requirements and system requirements helps in building a model according to the end user satisfaction. * The Customer Requirements that are to be considered in creating a real estate sales price estimation system are 1) Zip codes of interest in Clear Lake, TX. 2) Listings under $1,000,000 only. 3) Single Family Residences Only. Also the Zip Codes should be of 77034, 77058, 77059, 77062, 77089, 77546, 77573, and 77598. MEENA GAYATHRI NARSA REDDY MALLIKARJUN VIJAY RAGHURAM MOTIVATION FOR THE PROJECT * Rapid Miner Studio * Microsoft Office * Eclipse * Web Browser ( Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) IMPUTE MISSING VALUES APPLYING FILTERS GENERATED ATTRIBUTES DEPLOYMENT ISSUES FACED FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS
Transcript: Established 1992 Self Perform Concrete and Structural Steel Over 35 Projects 12 Renovation Projects 9 Projects for City of Muncie Tuhey Pool Agenda Project Overview Site Layout Estimate Schedule Project Management Capstone Overview Recap Project Overview Site Layout Estimate Schedule Project Management Capstone Overview Capstone Overview Experiences Challenges Growth Preparation Mentor Assistance Questions? Site Layout & Construction Operations Project Overview Construction and Operations Estimate Project Schedule Project Startup Submittals Demolition Underground Utilities Pool Area Rehabilitation New Bath House Chemical Building Parking Lot Project Closeout Introductions Estimate Resources RS Means Company Experience Consultant Experience Rene Lambeck Office Engineer Capstone Class Purpose Project Company Created Site Layout Coordination Trailer/Temporary Facilities Construction Fence Traffic Flow Staging Preservation Tuhey Pool and Park Improvements April 25th, 2011 Final Presentation Tuhey Park and Pool Renovation About Us Estimate Division 00 Division 01 New Bath House Parking Lot (Asphalt) Parking Lot (Concrete) Olympium Building Company, Inc. City of Muncie Parks & Recreation Department Project Management Scope of Work Cost of Bidding Cost Saved Time Saved Techniques Delivery: On time, under budget per construction documents Bolutife Olorunda Project Manager Tyler Moon Superintendent Gabriel Marquez CEO
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