Transcript: KINDERGARTEN Piaget: In kindergarten we did a lot of adding using blocks or other objects. This shows the preoperational stage in action. The intelligence is demonstrated through symbols (the blocks representing the numbers). FIRST GRADE Gilligan: We used to play lava monster on the playground. I would never want to be the monster and usually more boys ended up wanting to be the monster than girls. This shows Gilligan's belief that girls grow up with a sense of nurturing. Girls normally do not want to cause pain to others which is why they would rather be chased and not be the monster. SECOND GRADE Erikson: In second grade my cousin and I snuck away at a block party in order to ride a hayride that our parents wouldn't let us do. I remember after sneaking away from the block party feeling some remorse for doing something that I wasn't supposed to do but the feeling of adventure overpowered that. THIRD GRADE Mead: In third grade our teacher made our classroom live by the golden rule. This is the basis of Mead's theory. This rule was drilled into be back in third grade and still sits with me and most of my friends to this day. FOURTH GRADE Cooley: Fourth grade was the first year that I really remember caring what other people thought of me. I began to wonder how other people viewed me and started to dress and act accordingly. It was the first year I started to worry about fitting in. FIFTH GRADE Piaget: In fifth grade we started using some algebra type math and also began reading critically which shows that by then most of us had reached the Concrete thinking phase. We were able to begin thinking bastractly to solve problems. SIXTH GRADE Kohlberg: This was the year that our class took a trip to Nature's Classroom. It was the first time that I had been away from my parents for an extended period of time. There were new rules and we had more rights and freedom then ever before. It taught us how to adjust to a completley new lifestyle for a few days. SEVENTH GRADE Erikson: Seventh grade was a new experiance for everyone. We were meshed together with a bunch of strangers that we didn't know. We had to meet new people and re - organize our social groups. This is a perfect example of Erikson's fifth step, identity vs. role confusion. We were all trying to fit in and find groups that made us feel like we belonged. I began to do things for myself and what others around me thought rather than my parents. EIGHTH GRADE Cooley: Yet, again I began to worry how others saw me. I began to dress in all brand named clothes and constantly thought about how other people viewed me. I got paranoid worrying about what other people thought and began to act different and change myself in order to fit in, hoping that people saw me in a good light. NINTH GRADE Piaget: In ninth grade all learning in school took the path of Formal thinking. We began to pick apart literature and find the deeper meanings in everything that we did. I was at the point where I began to be able to think like this and act accordingly. TENTH GRADE Gilligan: I began to pick relationships carefully in order to avoid being hurt. I took great care in my friendships and when something went wrong, I would be crushed. This again shows how Gilligan that girls were brought up with a natural nurturing and caring ability. ELEVENTH GRADE Erikson: This year I had a serious boyfriend that I had been going out with for over a year. This goes along with Erikson's idea on intimacy vs. isolation. I put all of my time into my boyfriend and had began to make a long term relationship out of it. I learned how to give my time to someone and share my feelings with someone. SENIOR YEAR Erikson This year I broke up with my boyfriend and I went back to identity vs. role confusion. I had to meet new friends and reconnect with my old ones in order to help get rid of that lonely feeling that I was experiancing. It was confusing and hard to do at first but everything turned out okay.
Transcript: Why? Your clients will seek your expertise You'll become a trusted resource for your colleagues The industry will become easier to navigate Knowledge is the light of life Don't get lost in the big black hole of information! Online Resources Professional Development CCS Connect CCS Learning is a great resource, but it's just one. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) I have never let my schooling interfere with my education. - Mark Twain CCS Networks: Internal resources Beyond CCS: Online In the big bad world: Offline Blogs Social Media Connect Everyday Ivy League Open Learning Step out of your comfort zone and into the big bad world! RSS Feeds Video-based Lessons Our Documents Our Projects Philanthropic Information Good News CCS Conversations Sector Resources AFP MeetUp Toast Master University Certificate Programs Volunteer Opportunities Clubs
Transcript: Limit Bullet points and text Use high quality graphics Use appropriate charts FEEL FREE TO COPY & PASTE THEM! Ebony Meza 3rd hour Mr. Bangle Keep it Simple Here are some extra assets : Avoid PowerPoint Clip art Focus on the professional graphics that have a lot to do with the presentation Don't animate small things like bullets on every slide Be simple as you can be about transitions Don't place different transitions on every single slide Limit transitions & builds (animation) Too many bullet points can bore the audience The less text, the better Summarize your slide into something more simple for your audience to quickly understand Professional PowerPoint People come to see you present, but if you make it too busy it'd lose you audience's focus. Don't use unnecessary details or graphics Templates Have a visual theme, but avoid using PowerPoint templates Your audience expects a unique presentation Avoid being a cookie-cutter presentation Make your PowerPoint template from scratch for better results add logo here
Transcript: Preservice In-service usually a partnership among several school districts. provide access to current research, resources, services, skill training, information systems, and help in producing instructional materials. teachers can form networks with teachers from other districts to share ideas and expertise, collaborate, and exchange materials and information. Professional Organizations Definition: Professional development is a broad, comprehensive term that refers to activities and experiences geared to supporting lifelong development of teacher expertise. (Hall, p. 230) Comments? Mentoring Professional Electronic Networks Hall, p. 233-236 Why is it important for world language teachers? " Maintaining active involvement in the teaching profession is essential to the continued development of teacher expertise in foreign language." Hall, p. 238 Professional Development Conclusion What is professional development? May Include: Annual Meetings Presentations Lectures by guest speakers Workshops Displays by publishing companies Some publish journals or newsletters Some offer study abroad programs, summer institutes, and seminars Professional Development Centers Questions? 1) The dynamic and continually changing demographic composition of most communities. 2) National Foreign Language Standards 3)Technology Samples: research and teaching sites connect with colleagues around the country present and respond to innovations chat rooms bulletin boards listservs Levels: State Local Regional National
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Transcript: Example of a judge in the courtroom. http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=Attorney_%2F_Lawyer/Salary I like this career because it is one that suits me. I like it also because it is what I like do do. I like the law and i like the act of being in the courtroom. The thing that I do not like about being a lawyer is, sometimes there will be a lot of paperwork that goes along with the job. Also there will be so many different personalities that I will have to work with. Other Careers I would consider having are paralegal and Psychological Analyst. A Paralegal is a Lawyer's assistant. They file paperwork, organize files, conduct legal research and drafting documents. A Psychological Analyst analyzes people and determine weather he or she has a psychological condition. Criminal Defense Lawyers represent those who are convicted of a crime. They defend them in the courthouse and try to convince the jury that their client is not guilty. Bibliography Skills Needed 1.) Title Slide 2.) Table of Contents 3.) Career Description 4.) Specialty and Similar Careers 5.) Suitability 6.) Skills Needed 7.) What to Learn 8.) Money 9.) Outlook 10.) Earnings Chart 11.) Connections 12.) Career Site 13.) likes and Dislikes 14.) Concluding Slide http://www.johnmarshall.edu 2.) http://calbur.ca.gov/public/pamphlets/becomingalawyer.aspx To become a successful Criminal Defense Lawyer one needs to have good observation skills, critical analysis, passion, and oratory methods. Also lawyers need to know the law of the sate and the federal law. To become a Criminal Defense Lawyer Career PowerPoint Outlook Quote about Lawyers The job of a Criminal Defense Lawyer is just right to me. I am very talkative, I like to debate as well as present in front of a court. I am interested in law, government and doing paperwork that has to do with it. Within my field, I value my clients, my money as well as my representation. Not only do they defend clients in the courtroom but they also have to deal with a lot of paperwork outside of the courtroom. 4.) http:www.criminallawyergroup.com http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Public/Pamphlets/BecomingALawyer.aspx Money 1.) http://www.lawyersweekly.ca/index.php?section Specialty and Similar Careers In the future, there will not be a lot of jobs available. unlike a lot of the other jobs, the job of a lawyer will be available more than a lot of the other jobs. People get in trouble with the law everyday so there will still be jobs available. www.superlawyers.com/toplists/lawschools/united-states/2009/ 3.) http://www.applyingtoschool.com/forms/how-do-become-a-lawyer.aspx To become a lawyer, other than the education on a high school level, one needs to have an undergraduate degree as well as a law degree. He or she needs to know the law as well as the Supreme Court cases To become a lawyer, one will be in school for about 6 to 8 years. About Criminal Lawyers The Best of the Web links Likes and Dislikes What to learn 5.) http://www.calbar.ca.gov/Public/Pamphlets/BecomingALawyer.aspx The Majority of lawyers work in private or corporate legal offices. Table of Contents Suitability Joy Zieh
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Transcript: 3 Main Attributes WebpageFX "Demonstrate a critical awarenss of my own assumptions, stereotypes, and biases when confronting differences" Dependability Intelligent What makes me the appropriate candidate for the position? "Express ideas with clarity and erudition, both orally and in writing, and demonstrate these communication abilities in a culminating project" Experience Loyal Junior Account Executive/Inbound Sales Who is Katrina Brock? Katrina Brock Global Mindset Genuine Friendships Honors Program Student Learning Outcomes University Honors Program Family have a beautiful day Job Description 3.65 GPA Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Integrated Marketing Communications Lived 4 months in Rome, Italy "Document development of a cross-cultural perspective and sensibility" Write and present proposals to prospects and existing clients Support senior level account team to develop marketing strategies and recommendations, and conceptualize and implement tactics Perform Internet marketing campaigns Call on new prospects regularly with the goal of converting them into new clients Responsibilities Study Abroad Fall 2010 "Collect, interpret, and make use of both quantitative and qualitative data for evaluating claims, theories, or products" Honesty
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