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Transcript: 200x200mm F 60 min. elements Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus te Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 “Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus” in Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 projects elements projects standard At the site standard TechnoHouse Office te Heerlen design Humblé Neuhoff Maastricht 4 stores – 3500+2600 m² Realized in 1999 projects Concrete-Core-Activation A standard floorslab with pipes for energy-exchange-systems design projects Parapet-elements For a horizontal architectural expression in the fassade Pipes in casts Services and activities: Consulting Architects in an early phase monitoring costs from the beginning to realisation. Complete design and engineering using integrated design technology (BIM, Tekla) Subcontractor; coordination, production, delivery and mounting elements projects projects Mounting the MollerCollege in Steenbergen 300x300mm F 90 min. elements Custom-made floorslabs Office Two Towers Groningen design: Henk Dijkhuis 12 stores 16000 m² Realized in 2008 Fassade-elements can be designed in almost any form Officebuildings Maximus Utrecht design: Hoogeveen Architects, Amstelveen 5 stores 9000 m² Realized in 2006 Showroom fase 11 Barendecht elements At the site organization Designing buildings with CD20 Using standard and custom-made elements and creatively combining them. projects elements organization Columns very slim columns through smart engineering projects elements projects floorslabs Stability-Test 1980 design Solyvius - Nova College Hoofddorp design Plan Architecten te Haarlem 3 storeys - 4000 m² realised in 2001 4 storeys – 5000m² realized in 2004 projects Floorslabs fast delivery by producing on stock standard no beams necessary: construction-height 200mm all forms possible with custom-made slabs bigger strains and column-free spaces with beams concrete-core-activation for climate-control and energy-systems columns Integrating custom-made systems Bigger strains and spans Bigger Column-free zones Custom-made strains organization History More than 30 years ago a new revolutionary building system was developed by Ir. Johan A. Bonink M.Sc. Introducing the first remountable precast building system in the world, he patented the new building system and put it on the market. 100mm thickness Integrating custommade systems Bigger strains and spans Bigger Column-free zones Custommade strains Slim, smart and fast to build precast concrete structures at the site elements projects design fassades In 1982 awarded with the Bouwwereld Prize, A construction Industry Award Showroom fase 11 Barendecht The CD20-team Operational Support by a team of the best specialists one customer-contact which is leading in the whole proces projects parapet-fassades projects projects RijnIJssel College te Arnhem Design Faktor Architecten Arnhem 3 storeys - 2400 m² realised in 2001 elements Custom-made ø300mm “Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus” in Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 projects supporting fassades Doublequick mounting The mounting-speed is unmatched: aprox. 400-800m2 per day A whole school of 2500m2 can be mounted in a week Stability-walls, core-walls and staircases De Rooi Pannen College Design by Bo2 Architects, Breda 3-4 storeys – 7000 m² + 5000 m² realised in 2001 design 5400x3600mm “Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus” in Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 Elements with wide range of features and solutions elements “Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus” in Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 180mm thickness projects 100mm thickness “Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus” in Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 Custommade Transport Elements are delivered ‘just in time’ by trailers over the road and mounted in place directly off the truck. De Rooi Pannen College Design by Bo2 Architects, Breda 3-4 storeys – 7000 m² + 5000 m² realised in 2001 stability-walls Standard floorslabs Pre-Tensioned floorslabs with castings for less weight Big spans and very slim construction-heights De Rooi Pannen College Design by Bo2 Architects, Breda 3-4 storeys – 7000 m² + 5000 m² realised in 2001 TNO Laboratory-tests Strength corner-connections elementen projects 7200x3600mm projects Structural/supporting fassade elements slim and flat fassades also supports stability of the building “Wonen, leren, zorg met een plus” in Gorinchem design BRT Architecten Alkmaar 5-7 storeys - 5400 m² realised in 2004 organization At the site 140mm thickness
Transcript: Example of a Jeopardy Template By: Laken Feeser and Rachel Chapman When creating without a template... http://www.edtechnetwork.com/powerpoint.html https://www.thebalance.com/free-family-feud-powerpoint-templates-1358184 Example of a Deal or No Deal Template PowerPoint Game Templates There are free templates for games such as jeopardy, wheel of fortune, and cash cab that can be downloaded online. However, some templates may cost more money depending on the complexity of the game. Classroom Games that Make Test Review and Memorization Fun! (n.d.). Retrieved February 17, 2017, from http://people.uncw.edu/ertzbergerj/msgames.htm Fisher, S. (n.d.). Customize a PowerPoint Game for Your Class with These Free Templates. Retrieved February 17, 2017, from https://www.thebalance.com/free-powerpoint-games-for-teachers-1358169 1. Users will begin with a lot of slides all with the same basic graphic design. 2. The, decide and create a series of questions that are to be asked during the game. 3. By hyper linking certain answers to different slides, the game jumps from slide to slide while playing the game. 4. This kind of setup is normally seen as a simple quiz show game. Example of a Wheel of Fortune Template https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Wheel-of-Riches-PowerPoint-Template-Plays-Just-Like-Wheel-of-Fortune-383606 Games can be made in order to make a fun and easy way to learn. Popular game templates include: Family Feud Millionaire Jeopardy and other quiz shows. http://www.free-power-point-templates.com/deal-powerpoint-template/ Quick video on template "Millionaire" PowerPoint Games Some games are easier to make compared to others If users are unsure whether or not downloading certain templates is safe, you can actually make your own game by just simply using PowerPoint. add logo here References Example of a Family Feud Template PowerPoint Games are a great way to introduce new concepts and ideas You can create a fun, competitive atmosphere with the use of different templates You can change and rearrange information to correlate with the topic or idea being discussed. Great with students, workers, family, etc. For example: With games like Jeopardy and Family Feud, players can pick practically any answers. The person who is running the game will have to have all of the answers in order to determine if players are correct or not. However, with a game like Who Wants to be a Millionaire, the players only have a choice between answers, A, B, C, or D. Therefore, when the player decides their answer, the person running the game clicks it, and the game will tell them whether they are right or wrong.
Transcript: Understanding Your Relationships (I) Session 2: Pre-Assignment Review “The proof is in the pudding!” When you make a series of decisions about what you intend to do, and you start doing them, your behavior is supporting your intention. If you say you will do something and then allow yourself to be distracted, then your behavior is not supporting your stated intention. Session 14: Managing Challenging Situations Managing Our Non-Verbal Messages (I) Learning Objectives (I) Techniques for Giving Instructions (I) Going After Your Dreams You’ve got to identify where you want to go, and then decide you are interested enough to take the actions necessary to get there. The steps between dreaming and achieving involve setting goals and taking action. What areas of life do you want to set goals in? Questions Supervisors Have The things that motivate us are as different as the people we know. What motivated Walt Disney to create cartoons and capture them on film? What motivated Muhammad Ali to become a world champion boxer? What motivated Stephen King to be an internationally renowned writer? Usually people are promoted to a supervisor’s job because they are good at doing something. After they become a supervisor, they have to learn how to be good at doing something else. Motivation from Within (III) Tips on Accepting Criticism Listen attentively. Ask for details. Find something to agree with. Try not to take their comments personally. Mastering E-mail (I) Thank you! How Will My Role Change? (IV) Time Management Tips (I) Key Listening Skills You have to be a lot smarter than the average person to succeed as a supervisor. Others may help, but only you can make yourself a good supervisor. Supervisors are born, not made. A good instructor can make a person become a good supervisor. Hard work is the only thing it takes to be a good supervisor. Organizing Your Work Area and Your Paperwork Do it now! Dump. Sort and group. Set up a system. Don’t save papers you can find somewhere else. Get colorful! For every plan you make, cover these points: What Where When How Who Suggestions to Maximize Planning/Prioritizing Write a to-do list. Plan tomorrow today. Revise your plan. Stay flexible. Make at least one appointment with yourself each day. Consolidate activities. Understanding Your Relationships (II) Session 5: Key Behaviors and Attitudes Session 7: Planning for Success Steps for a Difficult Conversation Consider the following questions. Are you able to incorporate enough activities that you enjoy in your work? Is there a space at work where you can work comfortably and effectively? Do you spend more time thinking about the parts of your job that you do like rather than the parts that you don’t enjoy? Do you point your thinking toward pleasantries of your job, rather than things that are unpleasant? Session 12: Orders, Requests, and Suggestions Setting goals or targets is just the start of the planning process. Each goal or target needs strategies or action plans to help you get where you are headed. Determine what resources you need, in terms of time, people, money, or equipment. Finally, the planning stage gives way to implementation. How many e-mails do you receive in an average day? How many of those e-mails do you reply to? How many e-mails do you send (not including the replies above)? Take the total from above and multiply it by three minutes per incident to get the total number of minutes per day that you manage e-mail. Mastering E-mail (III) Closed Questions Can be answered with a single word or two, such as a simple yes or no Can begin the closing process in a conversation or provide confirmation Don’t usually lead to a richer conversation or gathering more information How Will My Role Change? (II) Learning Objectives (II) Establishing Credibility “If the first thing you do each morning is to eat a live frog, you can go through the day with the satisfaction of knowing that is probably the worst thing that is going to happen to you all day long.” “The rule of frog eating is this: If you have to eat two frogs, eat the ugliest one first.” Step Two Session 1: Course Overview Session One: Course Overview Tips for Learning the Ropes Quickly Focus your energies on what matters most. Find yourself a seasoned mentor. Be a good listener and ask questions. Read anything pertaining to your job that you can get your hands on. Get out into the working area and observe as much as you can. Group Review Lifelong learning means that we recognize and appreciate that learning does not stop when we leave school. Lifelong learning is part of leadership. Employers demonstrate their own appreciation for lifelong learning when they write up a job posting that includes equivalencies. There are four times when supervisors should get involved in a conflict: When the employees who are in conflict ask you for help. When the other employees ask you to step in. When productivity and/or morale are dropping. When not dealing with the conflict is
Transcript: Thank you for flying with Virgin. Opportunities and Threats From airlines to the winery, to the financial companyto the barely known hot ait balloon company that makes up over 200 businissess omprising the Virgin Group brand, how far can a brand be stretched? Brad VanAuken writer of "Brand Aid" said, "it is important to pursue brand extensions in a very methodical order so that each extension builds upon the previous one. Know where you ultinmately want to the brand, but do it in steps that build upon one another. Low fare in airline industries and headquarters in Manhattan Richard Branson founder of Virgin Group in 1970. Most respected brands of the century. Won Airline of the year. Offers a high quality, competitive service. Range of successful business from phones, travel, media and music. Global Company Issue for your brand name recognition Hard to concentrate on internationally, every country's economy differs. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Promotes individual work and fosters teamwork Once Upon A Time General Enviroment Airline Industry contributes to 0.11kg of carbon dioxide on each long haul flight! Virgin has over 300 independent businesses over 30 countries. With the lastest addition being Air Space shuttle to the moon. Diversified in a largenumber of industries Too Diverse. Hard to focus Less diverse and focus on what's profitable. One of the most important factors of the Virgin Group Use of Modern, up-to -date technology Use of technology to create reliable effective service. Group Expansion and marketing their existing business to other countries reaching different customers and markets. New and Advanced technology Maintaining the company’s reputation. (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Economics and... Diversification Diversity (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Technology Their diversity can be a good or bad thing. Tried to target higher income customers in 2008 by launching the unlimieted phone plan Virgin Brand draws talent from all over the world and different skill sectors. Socio Cultural Started as small mail record business. 1972 first studio was opened and many artists were signed on 1984 released its first airline Virgin Atlantic UK's 2nd largest Airline Financial crisis in Europe issue Finally, deregulation impact Management and Corporate Strategy "Virgin group that was established in 1970, ounder Richard Branson grew tired of public listing obligations and corporate bureucracy decided to takt the Virgin Group back into private ownership in 1986. Discuss the key strategies (internal and external analysis) facing in the Virgin group that has made the Virgin Group empire it is today. Branding Diversity will provide more training and well-known of “virgin” airline logo. State and city contributing $11 million to grand and incentives the program- tax, energy incentives and fund for training new staff. Globalization (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Informal structured organisation – Entrepreneur Generates initiatives, creativity and ideas Large manufacturing capacity Diversity ....Politics Customer Experience Employee Empowerment Customer Feedback Brand Stories (e.g. Richard Rranson's World-record-breaking attempts) Policy impact - domestic industry regulation and favoured new entrants Important Details Case Consumer demand largely to do with cultural norms Based largely on own opinions Close attention to changing trends Advertising and Marketing First reason effects on the customer to pull back for travelling was terrorist attack An environment impact
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Transcript: By: Gillian Bobbitt French wedding Traditions Traditions A bundle of linens, sunday wear, and day dresses that the bride and the mom of the bride with th initials of her future family. Trousseau Trousseau The wedding armoire was used for a bride’s trousseau and would have been hand carved with symbols of wealth and prosperity by the father of the bride when she was a child. Wedding Armoire Wedding Armoire The band or musicians are in the front, the bride and her father and the rest of her wedding party are bhind them, and the rest of the family is walking beind them and they all walk to the church. Wedding Procession Wedding Procession The guest would bring small cakes or maccroons and if the couple could kiss without knocking any of them off then they would have a lifetime of love. Wedding Reception Wedding Reception They would get a bottle of champagne and the groom would open it with a sabre in celebration of marrage. Sabrage Sabrage Religious Meanings Religious Meanings Clothing Clothing The brides usally go for a tight fitting dress to show off there figures Bride Bride The grooms usually wear blue suits with bow ties or now tie or a grey suit witha blue tie Groom Groom The bridesmaids wear slim fitting dresses bridesmades bridesmades The groomsmen dressed very simular to the groom groomsmen groomsmen Flowers Flowers the bride usally has a small bouquet and they always have roses in them bouquet bouquet The center pieces are usally very big but pretty. center pieces center pieces Food Food They have lobster and scallops for starters and duck breast and beef fillet. They also offer fish. They have maccroons, creme brulee and a fresh fruit soup for dessert and also a cake. Music Music
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