Transcript: Bookmarking sites can help teachers organize research online and collaborate with teachers across the world. Diigo.com- social bookmarking Readwritethink.com- aids teachers in teaching reading and writing skills Smart technology provides lessons, strategies, and student manipulatives. Final Projects Teachers are not longer bound to one single text- teachers can create technology-based textbooks so students can view other content to help strengthen the classroom curriculum. Students can view textbooks online either on a computer, or an iPad or tablet. Teacher can divide students us in groups-- some can go to the computer and work on ebooks, educational websites, or technology-based textbooks while the other students work with the teacher in small group. Maloy, R., Verock-O'Laughlin, R., Edwards, S., & Woolf, B. (2014). Transforming learning with new technologies, Pearson. Transforming Learning with New Technologies, Chapter 7 The Why? Managing Equipment Building a digital identify is key to implementing new technology and creating different options for students to complete assignments and final projects. Web-resources and apps Lesson design and development Digital games for learning creating virtual models Video resources Assistive technologies Student feedback using technology Technology self-assessment Why should I use technology in the classroom? preparing students for their future and careers technology integration affects teaching and learning students live media-saturated engaging for students use of computers and other technologies varies dramatically by race and incomes- inequalities for students. Julie Gallegos More than one computer: Teacher can download apps, digital learning games, digital tool, etc. Students can work with partners and sync information to each other for final projects. iPads- students can send their assignments to the teacher through email, access online textbooks, complete apps, learning games, video their personal reflections, use word processing programs instead of paper and pencil. Managing group activities References Managing Equipment A classroom with one computer: Teacher can use computer in small group setting to show examples, videos, pictures, etc. Computer can be attached to a SmartBoard or Promethean board to display content or have students use on a rotating basis. More than one computer: students can work on computers in rotations while teacher works with a small group. Teacher can bookmark sites so students can easily access. Lunch and Learn Teacher Research
Transcript: Myths & Facts Let the person talk about their feelings In this 3 hour session you'll learn to: Move beyond common tendencies to miss, dismiss, or avoid suicide Identify people who have thoughts of suicide Start the conversation Education & Training Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Workshops Suicide Alertness for Everyone Stay calm and listen Reach out Talking with someone who may be at risk for suicide reduces the risk they may attempt suicide. Hilary Sirman, Impact & Engagement Director UPCOMING DATES Best Practices Asking someone if they are suicidal will cause them to think about suicide. We work to increase awareness and reduce stigma through education. DAILY NEWSPAPER Connect the person to your local crisis line Suicide and self-injury cost $2.4 billion per year safeTALK Research Suicide has minimal economic impact. In this 2 day session you'll learn to: Discuss suicide with a person at risk in a direct manner 3:1 ratio ? Take all threats of suicide seriously 500+ Albertans Thank you! Online resources The economy affects the rate of suicide. Register online www.suicideinfo.ca 75% Males aged 40-65 have the highest number of suicides. Teenagers are the most common age group to die by suicide. January 18-19, 2017 February 8-9, 2017 March 1-2, 2017 March 21- 22, 2017 Ask directly, "Are you thinking of suicide?" If they say yes: Male suicide rates are historically higher in Canada. Suicide deaths You can help! Suicide Awareness List the types of resources available to a person at risk of suicide What can you do? For every 1% increase in unemployment, there is a 0.79% increase in the suicide rate. More men die by suicide than women. Identify risk alerts and develop a safe plan related to them ASIST est. 1981 Apply the Tell, Ask, Listen, and KeepSafe method Educate yourself. Know the signs UPCOMING DATES February 13, 2017 April 6, 2017 Hilary Sirman Impact & Engagement Director firstname.lastname@example.org @cspyyc centreforsuicideprevention suicideinfo.ca
Transcript: Construction and Manufacturing Tolerances. All dimensions are subject to conventional industry tolerances except where the requirement is stated as a range with specific minimum and maximum end points. Conventional industry tolerances recognized by this provision include those for field conditions and those that may be a necessary consequence of a particular manufacturing process. Recognized tolerances are not intended to apply to design work. Where the requirement states a specified range, the range provides an adequate tolerance and therefore no tolerance outside of the range at either end point is permitted. Where a requirement is a minimum or a maximum dimension that does not have two specific minimum and maximum end points, it would be good practice to specify a dimension less than the required maximum (or more than the required minimum) by the amount of the expected field or manufacturing tolerance and not to state any tolerance in conjunction with the specified dimension. Compliance Dates Vertical Grab Bar Chapter 121 § 121.003. DISCRIMINATION PROHIBITED. (a) Persons with disabilities have the same right as the able-bodied to the full use and enjoyment of any public facility in the state. (d) The discrimination prohibited by this section includes a refusal to allow a person with a disability to use or be admitted to any public facility, a ruse or subterfuge calculated to prevent or discourage a person with a disability from using or being admitted to a public facility, and a failure to: (1) comply with Article 9102, Revised Statutes; (2) make reasonable accommodations in policies, practices, and procedures; or (3) provide auxiliary aids and services necessary to allow the full use and enjoyment of the public facility. "Public facilities" includes a street, highway, sidewalk, walkway, common carrier, airplane, motor vehicle, railroad train, motor bus, streetcar, boat, or any other public conveyance or mode of transportation; a hotel, motel, or other place of lodging; a public building maintained by any unit or subdivision of government; a building to which the general public is invited; a college dormitory or other educational facility; a restaurant or other place where food is offered for sale to the public; and any other place of public accommodation, amusement, convenience, or resort to which the general public or any classification of persons from the general public is regularly, normally, or customarily invited. Where more than one parking facility is provided on a site, the number of accessible spaces provided on the site shall be calculated according to the number of spaces required for each parking facility. Van spaces: 1 per 6 accessible spaces. Space size options. Parking spaces shall be permitted to be located in different parking facilities if substantially equivalent or greater accessibility is provided in terms of distance from an accessible entrance or entrances, parking fee, and user convenience. Factors that could affect "user convenience" include, but are not limited to, protection from the weather, security, lighting, and comparative maintenance of the alternative parking site. Where a total of four or fewer parking spaces, including accessible parking spaces, are provided on a site, identification of accessible parking spaces shall not be required. Access aisles are permitted on either side of the parking space except for angled van parking spaces which must have access aisles located on the passenger side of the parking spaces. Referenced Codes Work Areas Grab Bars Federal Standards At least 50% of single user toilet rooms clustered at one location serving same users Toilet Room Clearances Overlapping Clearances Toe Clearance Understanding the 2012 Texas Accessibility Standards Side Grab Bar Nothing in these requirements prevents the use of designs, products, or technologies as alternatives to those prescribed, provided they result in substantially equivalent or greater accessibility and usability. The responsibility for demonstrating equivalent facilitation in the event of a challenge rests with the covered entity. For purposes of ensuring compliance with requirements of Texas Government Code, Chapter 469 all determinations of equivalent facilitation are made by the Department in accordance with the variance procedures contained in Chapter 68, Texas Administrative Code. Clearances at Grab Bar In new construction, LULA’s are permitted in buildings exempt from elevator requirements, and as an alternative to a platform lift. In new construction, platform lifts are permitted for the following spaces: Performance Areas and Speakers' Platforms Wheelchair Spaces Incidental Spaces (not public use and occupied by five or fewer persons). Judicial Spaces. (Jury boxes; judges' benches, etc.) Existing Site Constraints Guest Rooms and Residential Dwelling Units Amusement Rides Play Areas Team or Player Seating Boating Facilities & Fishing Piers Platform lifts are permitted as a component of an
Transcript: Jane Tomlin & Ruth Serlin Lecturers realise that students struggle to put theory into practice Feedback 2 EMS reflections Feedback 1 Feedback on how students manage their learning on EMS Previous research- Students are frequently too busy negotiating the physical and 'relationship' issues in the practice to think about learning! Students can learn to pass exams But what are we testing? Carry on the same? Consider adding more reflective content to the rest of the course? Priming the students pre EMS? Give up and think of something else to do at lunch times? Inter-professional Education Reflection on practice What Next? ".........Yes - ish. I don't remember when the sessions were first advertised, but I had forgotten some details of the cases I saw during EMS that would have been helpful to know for the discussions. It would be good to remind people that these sessions are happening right before we leave for EMS so that we can remember to note down the details of cases that would be good to discuss." Putting theory into practice ".....However, not knowing the topics to be covered and therefore not having put much emphasis on remembering those topics while on EMS it was very difficult to remember specific cases & details. Perhaps if a list of topics was out there it might make it easier in the future to pay particular attention or make notation for further discussion."
Transcript: Hanging Gardens of Babylon GROWTH MEDIA STORMWATER CATCHMENT 18 Ibs/SF Beattie, David, Ph.D, Berghage, Robert, Ph.D. 2004. Understanding the Importance of Growing Media: Green Roof Media Characteristics – The Basics. Pennsylvania State University. German standard since 1980's 95% of all green roofs integrates with Leak Detection System more customization greater stormwater holding flexible plant pallet creates homogenous ecosystem better root expansion varying depths lateral water migration 35 Ibs/SF La Crosse, WI 4.7 in Hurricane Katrina - New Orleans HG Analysis: Reinforced Polyethylene Liners Key Tenants FULLY VEGETATED SEDUM TRAY We understand that projects pile up and time is a valuable thing... Medium -80-100% is mineral -Expanded slate, clay, or shale, perlite, scoria, or other volcanic materials -0-20% organic matter plus small quantities of a starter or a slow release fertilizer -Leaf Compost and/or bark Maintenance Plans & Total System Warranties NATIVE PRAIRIE Every Site is Unique Every Roof is Unique Every Owner is Unique Determining when a project is a candidate for a vegetated roof Beattie, David, Ph.D, Berghage, Robert, Ph.D. 2004. Understanding the Importance of Growing Media: Green Roof Media Characteristics – The Basics. Pennsylvania State University. Who: Tray vs Monolithic STORMWATER INFILTRATION 10,800 gallons / storm event Media Composition RECYCLED IRRIGATION GARDEN EFVM Media Characteristics Medium ST. LOUIS FOOD ROOF FARM LUCKY APARTMENTS VALUE ENGINEERING Low Consulting Germany has long set the standard for green infrastructure innovation and practice. Established FLL standards in 1990's About 10-15% of all newly built roofs are greened every year Porous pavements and water reuse are growing faster in Germany than any other Westernized Countries in the World. STORMWATER HARVESTING Organic Matter Beattie, David, Ph.D, Berghage, Robert, Ph.D. 2004. Understanding the Importance of Growing Media: Green Roof Media Characteristics – The Basics. Pennsylvania State University. ON GRADE SYSTEMS GROWTH MEDIA SEMI INTENSIVE SYSTEMS -Adds some water holding capacity for plant establishment -Adds some cation exchange capacity (CEC). -Caution must be taken if composted materials are used -Type of compost -Herbicide free -Limited quantities for life cycle considerations -Fines -Once a green roof is established, the percentage of organic matter should stabilize at 2-5% of the total roof medium volume based on healthy plant growth and normal biomass turnover. Sales Assistant Germany Emerges as a Leader in Green Infrastructure Technology 1 in product procurement emerging technology GWC Demonstration Roof Milwaukee Art Museum 900 BC Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the worlds first recorded instance of on site stormwater management Practical solution to battling the elements. Green roofs have historically provided a functional utility in protecting a building and its occupants. 1.5 in Black Pearl FULLY VEGETATED SEDUM TILE used for small, logistically difficult locations ideal when a crane is not possible irrigation does not integrate efficiently Educational Outreach 28 Ibs/SF AIA & ASLA Continuing Education topic specific webinars building science series conference presentations STANDARD BLUE ROOF -Slope -Slope is a significant factor which correlates the big three. -There are a variety of products on the market to accommodate a sloped green roof, but if the intent is to mitigate stormwater on site, a sloped roof may not be viable. -Design integration, with sloped roofs, design integration with specific product knowledge is paramount within the design phase (for new construction). Specific attention must be given to the edging and peak details to account for slope stabilization. This will be discussed further in the products section. Grant and Incentive Programs -National -Consent Decree Overview -State -State Drinking Water Revolving Funds -Local -Sewerage District Incentives -NGO / Non-profit endeavors 28 Ibs/SF Early Green Infrastructure Mike Curry Green Infrastructure - CSO GROWTH MEDIA -Related to the mineral content -Methods for reducing weight, e.g. Perlite and Styrofoam -Erosion considerations -Existing vs. New Construction -Snow load requirements and swap potentials -Innovative Practices Liquid Applied Specifications Hot Rubberized Asphalt Cold Applied Reinforced Rubber Instant Setting Liquid Rubber Membrane Thermoplastic Specifications EVA TPO PVC Hardscaping Specifications Vegetated Growing Media Specifications North America $11/SF Beattie, David, Ph.D, Berghage, Robert, Ph.D. 2004. Understanding the Importance of Growing Media: Green Roof Media Characteristics – The Basics. Pennsylvania State University. Singapore Green Building Council launched in 2009 Landform reduces weight Ultra light 5.8 PSI Compressive Resistance 3.20 per 1" thickness Lightweight 10.2 PSI Compressive Resistance 3.60 per 1" thickness Semi- Intensive 16.0 PSI Compressive Resistance 3.80 per 1" thickness Intensive 19.6 PSI
Transcript: If you have a Gmail account you're all set! Just click on the calender tab on the top of Google's homepage! Color code for different things: free time, classes, meetings, work, etc. Make a task list on the sidebar to keep track of assignments, deadlines, etc. Study rooms/lounges in Oak Hall MSC Fireside lounge Outside Coffee shops Forest Park UMSL Library Hours By: Rebekah Cripe Other places to study Ways to study Form study groups Make a plan Give yourself checkpoints Reward yourself after each checkpoint Take a break after 3 hours Review a little everyday Google Calender! Lunch and Learn: Stop the Procrastination! Studying is fun! LUNCH!
Transcript: Getting your Web App onto the Cloud Part 1: Why the Cloud? Part 2: What you'll need Part 3: A demonstration The Cloud But I'm just starting out. I don't want to pay $50 a month to test out a web app. I hear you. I've got you covered. A demonstration IaaS Managed 4. Database freemysql.net It's a great time to be a developer Scalable PaaS I use AppHarbor (It's FREE to start!) NoSQL IaaS Hosted 3. Site Host I prefer VS or WebMatrix Git CouchDB 1. IDE MySql Visual Studio if you've got it PaaS SaaS What you'll need Costs about $43/month for a small, reserved Windows instance. Database MongoDB You won't have to worry about hardware, OSes, or software licenses 2. Source Control They control the hardware and OS. WebMatrix is a free, lightweight Web IDE with a bunch of handy features There are plenty of low-cost options: Cytanium, PremiumReseller, GoDaddy Deploy easily with Git Test-Driven Deployment You can get production ready sites online for free Free for a single server instance You maintain your app and dependencies. Hosting Redis IDE Source Control About $57/mo for a small, reserved Windows VM. I use MongoHQ (It's FREE to start!) Key Players Learn GIT (and even Mercurial) Continuously Integrated They'll be ready to scale with an easy pricing progression redistogo.com You maintain the OS and any applications. Redundant They control the hardware and install an OS for you. (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Free 3 month trial. Free one year trial of a micro-instance. Different Setups Get creative and put sites out there! Sql Server What is it?
Transcript: CORPORATE NUMBERS 1. Highlights 2. Adventures 3. Traction 4. Corporate Numbers 5. Social 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Person C Top Five Updates/Developments Welcome to the Team Enter text here Enter text here Resolute Enter text here Jim Tyler Manmohan Rocco BIRTHDAYS Adventures This Month Person B COMPANY Enter text here In the next while, each cube will be outfitted with a basic clear plate with an insert of your full name. We encourage all, despite this addition, that the best way to get to know someone is to get up and introduce yourself! Questions? HIGHLIGHTS Jason Dahl & Ana Enter text here Len Sukhpreet Derek A.J. Enter text here 5 Year Service Awards Welcome! Name Plates AGENDA Congrats on your recent wedding! ROAD MAP CORPORATE NUMBERS Enter text here Person A Lunch & Learn - October 2015 Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here Enter text here
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