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Transcript: ASL Topic 1 ~ asl is not~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing weird of new to them. But life is has its challenges, many of them. Like if u talk to fat of weird even though they have hearing aids it does not fix everything if u switch topics is can confuse them and talking extra loud can do nothing but hurt their ears. ~ asl is not all different but asl is american sign language and Bsl is british sign language too like sign language in Spain it would be called ssl spain sign language. It is a normal way of life for deaf people It's like english there born into it so it's nothing

Fulton

Transcript: Google+ Utilizing a Google+ social page has shown to increase a company's result ranking on Google search analytics By actively "+1"-ing online content (particularly items that are relevant to the microbrew industry and product offerings), the Fulton brand will gain increased visibility to internet users A greater number of +1’s increases a link’s potential for a high CTR (click-through-rate), which leads to increased social sharing, and in turn, will increase its Google search rank Promotions Twins Jersey "Pinterest referrals are more likely to result in actual sales than those from other social media outlets, according to Wayfair executives(formerly CSN Stores, the second largest home goods retailer by revenue). The home goods retailer reported Pinterest referred consumers to be 10% more likely to make a purchase and spend an average of 10% more" 64.7 % of respondents choose their beer based on QUALITY over PRICE Overview http://mashable.com/2012/02/21/google-plus-1-seo/ "Mug Shot" 70.2% of respondents said that TASTE was the most important factor when purchasing beer Early Successes http://mashable.com/2012/04/02/pinterest-wayfair/ The Mug Shot Began keg sales three years ago Quickly gained loyal following in Twin Cities' bars Growler sales since November 2011 Newly-opened tap room - March 2012 No paid advertising Brought to you by: Major Focus The Coaster Results 1.4 million users daily Focuses highly on female market segment Provides Fulton with a visual, branded personality Feature each Fulton flavor Recipe suggestions to complement beer enthusiasts' tastes Tips on crafting microbrews at home Beer recipe kits Critical Analysis Enjoy your beer :) Pinterest Current Situation Emphasize recently-opened taproom Encourage increase of bottle sales Maximize sales of Sweet Child of Vine at Twins' games Utilize social media that hasn't been approached yet Invite reporters (and a +1) to visit the Tap Room before a Twins game Each reporter and guest will get 2 free beer vouchers A short informational presentation / Meet & Greet will occur once the game begins. This will cover the Fulton brewing process, future plans, and how the brand fits within the Twin Cities and surrounding communities Questions? [at a glance] Every home game Twins fans and Fulton drinkers have the chance to be entered into a drawing for a free growler fill, Fulton shirt, six pack coupon and more! Results: 57.8% No 42.2% Yes Townball Tavern http://mashable.com/2012/02/25/pinterest-user-demographics/ Opportunities Raises awareness for the Ful10 Fund Creates a lasting association between Fulton and The Twins Thirsty enthusiasts visiting the Townhall Tavern can tweet a branded photo to @fultonbeer for a chance to win promotional prizes Pinterest Trial: Lack of awareness among consumers in the Twin Cities regarding bottle sales specifically USP: Fulton bridges the gap between craft beer and domestic beer. It's approachable. Not to mention: millions of Twins fans, just a few blocks from the taproom! 62.7% of respondents enjoyed trying craft beers The Lonely Blonde Pete Child of Vine Edward Growler Hands Worthy Adversary Mollibertine Thank You! Company Background Survey Conducted research among 21+ target Identified new sources of social media Created a number of promotional opportunities Strategized a focused public relations campaign High competition within the microbrewery industry Pressure to differentiate from competitors Lack of resources/manpower Finding a way to make the most of proximity to Target Field Busy, yet warm and friendly environment Food trucks (i.e. Fork in the Road; Gastro Truck; Natedogs; Barrio Taco Truck; Hola Arepa; Vellee Deli; Potters Pasties; Get Sauced; Simply Steve's; Saucy Burt's) outside of taproom to complement beverage offerings Television behind bar to keep fans posted on Twins score Favorable coverage through Star Tribune, City Pages, WCCO, KARE 11, KSTP, and more Goal: To increase Fulton consumption outside of the Tap Room and create loyal consumers Category: Microbrewery Culture: Local Beer Enthusiasts & growing microbrew market Strengths: Close to Target Field, keg sales, taproom, Weaknesses: Lack-of-resources for tastings, would like to grow bottle sales, tapping into Dinkytown culture Consumer: 25-35 year old male, not limited Seeking taste variety and a change from mainstream offerings (Budweiser, Miller-Coors, etc.) Core Conflict: Content vs. Consumer We targeted consumers (those 21 years and older) with aim to gain insight on purchasing habits and microbrew preferences. Media Day at the Tap Room Public Relations Campaign *Sole location at Target Field to sell Fulton offerings Press release that tells Fulton's story and positions it as a hot spot before (and after) Twins games Geared towards local publications which haven't yet covered the tap room (i.e. Vita.mn; Pioneer Press; MPR; Fox 9) Additionally, shared with Duluth News-Tribune, Mankato Free Press, St. Cloud Times, and Rochester's Post-Bulletin as

Fulton Presentation

Transcript: Community Service Bonding with the Kids Overview of Fulton Fulton Service Learning Project C/MAJ Francisco, Joseph C/PVT Delgado, Leslie •Had the privilege to bond with the students •Teaching a young class •Exposed to different scenarios of student behavior •Influencing them positively •Improving my ability to communicate effectively Benefits •Gain more knowledge on a different aspect of society •Acclimating our senses to a new environment •Exposure to interactions with children •Build relationships with strangers •Prepares us for the adult life out of high school Any Questions? •Voluntary work •Profit: helping out others •Benefit: Experience •Mostly educational work Experiences (Delgado) Student Behaviors Experiences (Francisco) •Behavior was not acceptable at times •Limited teaching interactions with students due to time constraints •Not giving full attention •Complaints about the teacher •How technology has affected their mind set •Getting involved with the students •Being asked questions about outside Fulton •Knowing students would ask when we will come back •Reminiscing about our past times in elementary •Mr. Reed and his professionalism •Students enjoying our presence in the classroom •To give back to the community •To gain a better understanding of attaining a relationship with others •To help others in need •To always be enthusiastic Purpose •It is given to you •Comes in many forms •Basically by force • Mostly manual labor Summary •Service Learning = learning by doing •Orientation and training + Meaningful Service + Structured Reflection = Service Learning •Enjoyment of helping others succeed •Highlights ethics, life skills, and Army values (L.D.R.S.H.I.P) Service Learning vs. Community Service Thank You For Your Time! •Knew what was expected at Fulton •Kids were shy at first, then opened up •Learned to accept disadvantages, adapt and evolve to different situations every visitation •Asked us when we were coming back Service Learning •A K-8 school •Right beside Morse High School •Kindergarten class •Ms. Ridge •Tutoring in writing, reading •Ethnically diverse school

School Visit Presentation Template

Transcript: What is HOSA? 100% Healthcare Chapter Officers prepare for school year State President Senior @ Mary Persons HS Future Radiologist 4 Year HOSA Member Involved in Student Council, Key Club Health Professions Rock The Clock! Health Science 2013 Cystic Fibrosis At 3:00 pm, answer: What community service projects have you been involved in? *link State President president@georgiahosa.org In The Classroom 2000 Character Building Rock The Clock! Leadership Health Education HOSA BOWL Parliamentary Procedure Public Service Announcement 2013 Medical Math Medical Reading Knowledge Tests Biotechnology Medical Assisting Clinical Nursing Nursing Assisting Clinical Specialty Personal Care Dental Science Physical Therapy Home Health Aide Sports Medicine Veterinary Science Tamera Martin Recognition Events Biomedical Debate Career Health Display Community Awareness Creative Problem Solving Forensic Medicine Rock The Clock National Leadership Conference June 25-28 Tamera Martin Community Service 1976 Invest In Your Future Team Traveling... Barbara James Service Award Health Care Issues Exam HOSA Happenings HOSA Week National Recognition Portfolio National Service Project Outstanding HOSA Chapter Outstanding State Leader Fall Rally October 9 For Members & Non-Members Extemporaneous Health Poster Healthy Lifestyle Extemporaneous Speaking Interviewing Skills Extemporaneous Writing Job Seeking Skills Medical Photography Prepared Speaking Researched Persuasive Speaking Speaking Skills A Teamwork Like. Follow. Watch www.georgiahosa.org www.hosa.org #GAHOSA Today I will- Explore why students join HOSA Highlight major HOSA programs Add to your HOSA experience Officer JumpStart Training July 24-26 Emergency Preparedness Nursing Assisting Sports Medicine Personal Care Veterinary Science Physical Therapy Rock The Clock At 6:00 pm, answer: What HOSA event am I most excited about attending? Competitive Events At 9:00 pm, answer: What interests me the most about HOSA? State Leadership Conference March 6-8 Teamwork HOSA Partnerships Become The Better Candidate ny questions? Dental Spelling Dental Terminology Medical Spelling Medical Terminology Why Join? Biotechnology Dental Science Clinical Nursing Home Health Aide Clinical Specialty Medical Assisting Fall Leadership Conference November 4-5 Career Exploration 4 C's of HOSA

Fulton

Transcript: State Land Use Energy and Cliamte Policy Efficiency Transmission 7-10 to plan, permit, and construct bulk transmission projects in California Efficiency First Strategic Renewables Second Climate and Energy goals not met without efficiency and land use changes Panama Bartholomy 916-654-4896 pbarthol@energy.ca.gov In 2012, it will be four Water CA Context Existing Buildings Building GHG Emissions Sources Climate Change Scoping Plan: A Framework for Change Cumulative Impacts Tiering and Streamlining the Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Greenhouse Gas Reduction Plan AB 758: The Day it All Changed Determining Significance Thresholds of Significance Statement of Overriding Considerations Environmental Setting Consideration and Discussion of Mitigation Measures Indirect Source Rule CEQA Guidelines OPR developed CEQA guidelines for the feasible mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions or the effects of greenhouse gas emissions… The Resources Agency certified and adopted those guidelines on December 30, 2009. Mayor Fulton's Summit 2/26/10 Sacramento, CA Requires developers to reduce emissions from their projects Mitigation fee for any emissions over desired baseline paid to air districts Fees would help fund projects to reduce emissions in the district Already in place in San Joaquin and Imperial AQMDs Renewables All homes built after 2020 will produce as much energy as they consume All commercial buildings built after 2030 will produce as much energy as they consume Existing Buildings Goals Reduces per capita consumption from approximately 192 to 154 Gallons per Day Summation 75% of CA’s residential buildings and 5.25 billion square feet of commercial buildings were built before 1978’s energy efficiency standards California Light-Duty Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Standards Energy Efficiency Renewables Portfolio Standard (33% by 2020) Low Carbon Fuel Standard Regional Transportation-Related GHG Targets Goods Movement Recycling and Waste (landfill methane capture) Regions will plan for transportation and housing needs and financing together The combined transportation and housing plans will meet GHG targets to be set by ARB by September 2010 Communities will rezone for housing allocations Exemplary infill, TOD projects will get some CEQA streamlining SB 375 Transportation Home Energy Usage by Vintage In 2016, it will be six Unintended Consequences The Loading Order Thank You Panama Bartholomy (916) 654-4896 pbarthol@energy.ca.gov Panama Bartholomy Advisor to Chairman Karen Douglas California Energy Commission Recommended Reduction Measures Reductions Counted Towards 2020 Target Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) Utilities must procure 20% of their electricity from renewable resources no later than 2010. State adopted goal of 33% by 2020 Zero Net-energy New Buildings 20% Urban Water Use Reduction by 2020 Million Solar Roofs Medium/Heavy Duty Vehicles High Speed Rail Industrial Measures High Global Warming Potential Gas Measures Sustainable Forests Oil and Gas Extraction and Transmission “Additional Reductions”

Fulton City School District

Transcript: Recommendations Recommendations Recommendations Amy R Anderson, Sandra L Christenson, Mary F Sinclair, Camilla ALehr University of Minnesota, USA Available online 12 February 2004. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsp.2004.01.002 Chin, J. K., Dowdy, E., & Quirk, M. P. (2013). Universal Screening in Middle School: Examining the Behavioral and Emotional Screening System. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 31(1), 53–60. 2. Preventing Deescalation before the need is present. Daniel Jones, Jeremy Monsen & John Franey (2013) Using the Staff Sharing Scheme to support school staff in managing challenging behaviour more effectively, Educational Psychology in Practice, 29:3, 258-277. McCurdy, B. L., Mannella, M. C., & Eldridge, N. (2003). Positive Behavior Support in Urban Schools: Can We Prevent the Escalation of Antisocial Behavior? Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 5(3), 158–170. "Five-year trend data suggested that students with disabilities, who had fewer opportunities engaging in regular education curricula over time, performed significantly below their regular education peers. " General Education Resources Strong Tier 1 Instruction Technological Resources Clear Expectations Clear Curriculum Professional Development Team Time (PLC's) What is lacking? 24% in 2019 (down from 32% 2018) 6% students with disabilities proficient 18% economically disadvantaged proficient 11% homeless proficient Virtual Toolbox for Staff! Overview of the District 50% Male 1. Co teaching with Special Ed and General Ed instruction as much as possible. 5. Implement Virtual Check & Connect SAANYS Journal, Spring 2005, Volume 34, No. 2 (School Administrators Association of New York State) Special Education Resources BOCES 15:1, 12:1, 6:1:1 classes Extended School Year Resource "Deescalation" room Physical/Occupational Therapy Autism Consultant Team (ACT) Megan Ross CPS 688 Instructor: Michelle Storie Academic Interventions Socio-Emotional Support Tier-1 Support Emphasis on the use of tier 1 support Access to curriculum Strong teaching/teachers Strong classroom management Strong assessments (STAR, DIBELS, CKLA(Core Knowledge Language Arts® (CKLA®) ) Tier-1 Support Clear & concise expectations Enough materials needed Lanigan Help Form BIMAS Discipline referrals Pre-taught transitions SEL Screening Social-Emotional Behavioral typically work with School Psych Oswego Mental Health Psych/ Med Management Counseling/Counseling Group ELA 3-8 Proficiency Tier-2 Support Academic Small group intervention Access to support staff Parent involvement/tutoring Consultation with team Data collection/progress monitoring Social-Emotional Check/Connect and Check in Check out Meeting with child 1x a week or 1x per month Parent involvement Small Group Counseling Math 3-8 Proficiency Process of Referral Lanigan Specifically: 456 Students 14% Have Disability 54% Economically Challenged 2% Homeless 13.5% Chronic Absenteesim-30% of those students have a disability FULTON CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT (2018 - 19) K-12 Enrollment: 3,317 Male 1,720 52% *Subject to change due to Covid-19 condition As per Carlo, at Lanigan there is an extremely strong push for Professional Development/Team Collaboration Recommendations Recommendations 4. Universal Tier 1 Screening SEL- Baseline for Fall 2020 Positive Reinforcement Rituals Clear Behavior Expectations Signs of Escalation Positive Rapport Prevention Strategies "Within one school year, Kenmore-Tonawandaís instructional culture had significantly shifted. Students with disabilities were learning the general education curriculum within typical classrooms. Co-teachers were encouraged to build their professional development plans around co-teaching and its implementation. The next steps within the district will be to support teachers to help them meet the quality indicators of co-teaching. By implementing the model effectively, administrators hope to increase student achievement. As the pairs of co-teachers remain together for the following school year, their effectiveness as co-teachers is expected to become more seamless and natural. " Fulton City School District Covid-19 Friendly Flyer-Survival Guide Edition Good Assessments (reliability/validity) Can't pull students for small group Fidelity of interventions Magnification of existing problems: Assessments being virtual and existing interventions Tier-3 Academic Intervention Team Meeting Can't do, Won't do PLC- Professional Learning Community (Throughout Process) AIS/Coaches/SST (Student Support Team: Principle, Nurse, School Psych, School Counselor) Team depends on child 38% general proficiency Overall similar or better performance than district in math 50% Female 90.5% White 5% Hispanic/Latino 5% Other Female 1,597 48% 14% of students have disabilities 54% economically disadvantaged 2% homeless Staff Qualifications design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi 13% teachers inexperienced (comparable to 16% state-wide numbers) 0% inexperienced principals 0% teaching outside their

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