Transcript: Influenced by illusions: Media, The intangible destructor Magazines - The average teenager spends 31 hours online a week. Advertisements stick in ones brain Television and movies fail to portray reality and project often inaccurate stereotypes How Much Time Do YOU Spend Online? They are often used to promote consumerism - - When we see, hear, and experience different types of media - be it images or articles - we unconsciously try to emulate them so we become “normal”, accepted, and hopefully liked; we strive for these unrealistic goals because we think we will achieve this acceptance in return, not just by others, but also by ourselves: our harshest critic. Bella's Thesis: Tv and Movies Social Media- What's your definition of beautiful? - - Magazines tell us what we want and who we want to be or look like The absurd and unbreakable addiction society has to media is so deeply woven into our reality that it is unavoidable, connecting us to an abundance of underlying complacency. Natasha's Thesis: - Value changing-information is becoming a priority These images are unrealistic. Even the models themselves fail to naturally meet the criteria of how they are portrayed in the ads. Other forms of media affect us in different ways- for example... - - Sharing becomes a way of judging - We have, or want to have, a following, and we follow people.
Transcript: Coaches workouts attendance Researched and recommended worship software Technology Leadership Roles in Various Facets of My Life Technology Leadership Swim Team Members Research Project Results School District Use Easy Worship each week Church Technology Committee Confidence to pursue the use of technology Swim Team School District Church Have been using suggestions from research posting weekly topics, informative articles Having a hard time getting more members to join Appears to be more interactive Survey is going out again later this month Technology Integration Specialist Kindergarten presentation Swim Team Board of Directors and Coaches Board of Directors charter registration forms fliers rosters newsletters Standard 5 Edmodo Only for our elite swimmers Weekly assignments nutrition recipes helpful articles discussion topics Wiggio Questions? Work as admin for Facebook page
Transcript: Scholarship Grants This program will provide scholarship grants to faculty members who want to continue their studies. Specifically, it aims to: Assist financially the faculty with their education. Motivate faculty to pursue higher education. Relationship between academic workload and job satisfaction Research Stress Management Training This training will help faculty members on how to understand and manage stress within the workplace. Specifically, it aims to: Help faculty members understand the organizational influences on stress and its impact on the organization and the person. Identify the roles of the management and the roles of the faculty in managing stress. Help the faculty to know what are the support programs and the personal coping strategies. Help faculty to reduce and handle their stress in the workplace to avoid unnecessary situation. Faculty Portrait: Understanding the Academic Workload, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment of College Educators Relationship between academic workload and organizational commitment -Respondents' Robotfoto -Faculty Workload -Job Satisfaction Scale -Commitment Scale Exam Level of organizational commitment of the respondents H1 -Faculty development program is indeed an important factor towards professional growth of the pillars of education-the faculty. This may lead to good working relationships, higher level of job satisfaction and organizational commitment. -Common programs which faculty believed are important were vertical articulation, review of available and vacant item-positions, seminars on stress management, time management and motivation, and scholarship grants. -This process of constructing and articulating the faculty development program has provided a means of clarifying and establishing frameworks to guide and challenge the future directions of Cavite State University. Teaching Specifically, it aims to: Help busy administrators and supervisors understand what faculty want and to create a starting point for nurturing champions. Sustain high level of motivation, satisfaction and commitment. THANK YOU! H2 Reviewing the Available and Vacant Item-Positions (Permanent/ Temporary Positions) -Reviewing the vacant item-position would motivate faculty members that after hard works, there are chances for them to receive temporary or permanent position. Conclusions Vertical Articulation - helps lessen the academic workload and makes sure that faculty members teach their field of specialization, thus promotes effectiveness in teaching. -refers to the act of alignment of the educational attainment of faculty members with their subject being taught. -Satisfaction causes commitment (Lincoln Mowday et al., 2002; Mueller et al., 2004; Price Wallace, 2005). -There are less literature on satisfaction and commitment of academic faculty members (Sabharwal & Corley, 2009). Time Management -In today's competitive world, time management is an indispensable skill. Organizations have had to manage their time more effectively in order to meet the challenge of increased clients’ expectations. Level of job satisfaction of the respondents Specifically, it aims to: help personnel at all levels of the organization make the best possible use of their time, focusing not only on efficiency, but on effectiveness — doing what is most important or meaningful help the company to develop powerful strategies that will give them a distinct advantage over those who have not yet learned to manage their time effectively. Hypothesized Model Academic Workload, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment of College Educators in Cavite State University: Basis for an Enhanced Faculty Development Program Proposed faculty development program Specifically, it aims to: Align the subjects being taught by the faculty members with their highest educational attainment. Lessen the teaching units taught by the faculty members. Promote effective and quality education. What is the respondents’ robotfoto in terms of age, gender, position, employment status and years in service? What is the mean score of the overall academic workload of the respondents for two semesters? What is the level of job satisfaction of the respondents in terms of (a) administration and policies, (b) salary and fringe benefits, (c) interpersonal relationships, (d) job status and tasks, (e) working conditions, (f) achievement, recognition and responsibility, and (g) advancement and possibility of growth? What is the level of organizational commitment of the respondents in terms of (a) affective commitment, (b) continuance commitment , and (c) normative commitment? Is there a significant relationship between academic workload and job satisfaction? Is there a significant relationship between academic workload and organizational commitment? Is there a significant relationship between job satisfaction and organizational commitment? What proposed faculty development program could be formulated out of the results gathered? Academic
Transcript: Aggression Lisa Dornisch Exposure Violence Exercise Confirmation/Refutation OR "In these studies, juveniles at high risk for violence and delinquency showed decreased violence and positive changes in psychological risk factors after being required to take a school-linked course in traditional martial arts. Their scores improved significantly in the areas of resistance to rules, impulsiveness, and inappropriate social behavior." -Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University Narration Refutation Style Matters Mental Impact Thesis Statement Solution Social Impact Spread to US Effect of Martial Arts Training Impact Phase III
Transcript: A New Frame Goal #3: (Quantity) Edit Footage:Produce two individual rough cuts for a faculty member (Tory) to critique and give opinion of if they are truly Subjective and Objective. Measure (Quality): Providing Tory’s raw notes on the perspectives and a two-page paper on my perspective of Tory’s notes. Goal #4: (Quantity)Test Screening:Test Subjective vs. Objective for the best version of telling Tyler’s story by doing a test screening and giving the audience a simple questionnaire. Measure(Quality): A one-page summary on the audience’s reactions while watching the films. I will also provide a packet of the answered questionnaires of the written responses of the audience. The last thing needed to provide would be a 4-5-page paper of describing the process and result I came to within the project. Original Goals If I were to reframe what I was studying within the field, it would be to find a more definitive answer as to how much of Subjective and Objective qualities need to be put into a film in order to make it the best of what it needs to provide. The Central Question would be: Is there a "formula" as to how much of each Subjective and Objective need to go into a film? Theoretical Questions: Is there such thing? Can it be acheived? Who would benefit from knowing this? Original Goals cont. Oral Defense Presentation Goal #1: (Quanitity) ResearchWatch 2-3 documentaries based on both types in question (Subjective and Objective). Research the aesthetic character of both. Measure: Complete a one-page summary of each as trends are revealed. Goal #2: TravelTravels to Denver and shoot the test project from two general perspectives (Subjective vs. Objective). Measure (Quality): Log each approach and rate various shots/sequences for the purity of s/o. Shot 1A (S or O) ----------------------75% (accuracy) Qualitative/Quantitative Elements Goal #1: Quantity: MET. Watched amount of documentaries required. Quality: MET. Found the trends of Subjective and Objective documentaries. Goal #2: Quantity: MET. Traveled to Denver.Quality: MET. Labeled shots according to Subjective or Objective. (Found that there is more of a middle ground than anything else) Goal #3: Quantity: IN PROGRESS. Edit Footage into two separate dipictions of the same story. Subjective and Objective. Quality: IN PROGRESS. Show a faculty member footage and write a one page paper about their notes. Goal #4: Quantity: IN PROGRESS. Test screening both to a group of people. Quality: IN PROGRESS. Write a page on the reaction of the audience. Tyler the Smiler By: Meg Ansteensen
Transcript: Language Learning Strategy Instruction in Korean Middle School English Classrooms (EFL and Korean contexts) How do Korean middle school English teachers vary LLS instruction by Ss' level? Language Learning Strategies Research-fed instruction Teacher cooperation Limited Strategy Repertoire the difference in LLS use between effective and less effective learners of English Obstacles Teachers' perception of LLS and its instruction How can LLS instruction be maximized? * teachers' perception Oxford's taxonomy field notes the effect of strategy instruction Expansion of stratey repertoire Discrepancy in perception of LL and SI How should I study English? LLS instruction is doable! students' level How do Korean middle school English teachers perceive LLSs? Heo, Jeonghaeng Context-Specific LLS instruction Indirect strategy instruction Data Collection Curricular restriction Results & Discussion Data Analysis LLS instruction Research Questions overall skills improvement Consideration of students' level observation Explicit way BE OPEN TO THE DATA!! in-depth interview Literature review
Transcript: 3D Modeling and Spatial Reasoning Thesis: 3D modeling should be taught to younger students because it will prepare them more for modern application into the real world such as different fields of engineering and modern day media. What do engineers do? Engineering in general is the application of science and math to solve problems, there are many different types of engineers which have an impact in our society today. Mechanical engineers design and machines, tools, engines and other mechanical systems that other engineers depend on to get their jobs done. Many mechanical engineers design a lot of stuff. Like... Civil engineers generally are involved in the design of public works. These include buildings, roads, bridges, dams. Anything that has to do with the layout of our cities. 3D modeling today was like a paper and pencil in the past. Today, modern design and architecture revolves around CAD and Autocad (Computer Aided Design) systems to help with resources, time, and design. 3D modeling is practically bread and butter for people who know how to use it. Using things such as 3D modeling someone can design some amazing things. A brief evolution on the hanheld pokemon game. For my phase 3 I put on an experiment to try and improve a middle school student's spatial reasoning. Refutation Students might not want to learn about it because: doesn't apply to career/job might not want to be represented by it may not have time to learn it should only focus on traditional school ciriculum My Solution: Turn it into a club or after school program Ben's Missiles: Zac's Fire Red/Leaf Green (Remakes of Red and Blue) 1st Gen. Diamond/Pearl/Platinum Lloyd's Nate's Gen 4. 2006 Clark's Heart Gold/Soul Silver (Remakes of Gold and Silver) 2004 Gen 5 3D modeling doesn't only apply to games, they also apply to media and design. With no 3D animation, say goodbye to a lot of animated characters. There wouldn't be any Toy Story, no Bugs Life and you can say goodbye to the big green ogre to your right. Red and Blue 2010 Leonardo Da Vinci Refutation 3D animation has taken a huge step from a bit by bit screen to a realistic gamscape where a man can take his revenge while the other blows stuff up 2000 2009 1996 Saphire/Ruby/Emerald (3rd Generation) Pokemon Black(2)/White(2) And some pretty cool cars Turbines High schoolers should learn about the benefits of 3D modeling because it applies a lot to game/movie design. Today, Master Cheif can blow stuff up while Kratos take his revenge on the gods. With the progression of 3D modeling, pixar characters can walk and talk, new characters will have new looks, and giant autobots and decepticons can fight. Pokemon Crystal/Gold/Silver Generation 2
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.
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