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Transcript: Samantha K. Meashey Wilkes University ED 522: Curriculum & Instruction Recommendation Presentation Having a curriculum for all grades and subjects Curriculum planning and development time to complete the above Concerns Area of Concern Some teachers do not have a curriculum to use and work with. Teachers are being forced to work without any guide as to what they should be teaching their students. Curriculum Curriculum 1) A Guide Outlines what the teacher needs to accomplish within the year, how to do it, and in what order 2) Assess Good curriculum will help ensure the teacher is on the right track 3) Common Goals Shared goals make it easier for teachers to align their teaching methods with the needs of the students 4) Evolving Curriculum is always revisited and revised in order to accurately reflect the needs of the students and society Why is it Important? Research (Williams, 2019) Some teachers do have a curriculum to follow. However, they are not given the time necessary to accurately review and revise the curriculum they have. Teachers might be given one work day to review and update. Time Time 1) Curriculum takes time to develop. 2) More than one day is needed. 3) Must assess educational needs and identify goals. 4) It is a process of steps. Why is it Important? Research (McKeen & Fortune, 2001) Steps (McKeen & Fortune, 2001) Strategy #1 Give Time Needed One solution is to give teachers the time they need in order to develop a good curriculum. Unfortunately, this may mean getting a substitute for multiple teachers in order for them to be able to get together and plan. With the substitute shortage, the concern would be whether or not a sub could be found for several teachers. The administration could offer the substitutes better pay for the days they would be filling in for the teachers who are developing said curriculum. Strategy #2 Pay A second solution to these concerns is to pay the teacher(s) for the time it takes to develop, plan, review, and revise curriculum. Teachers could work on the curriculum outside of the school day. Substitutes would not be necessary. Teachers would not get called back to their classrooms due to no coverage. This would mean the teacher(s) would have more than two days to work on the curriculum. Teacher involvement is crucial in order for the development to be effective and successful since they have to implement it in the classroom (Alsubaie, 2016). Strategy #3 Buy One A third solution to this problem is to buy a curriculum that was already developed. If the district will not give the teachers the time they need during the work day and will not pay them for any time spent outside of the work day, then buying a pre-developed curriculum is another choice. However, this could get expensive. There are lots of teachers who are currently working without any sort of curriculum to follow. Pay teachers to plan, develop, and review curriculum outside of the school day. Teachers are directly involved with curriculum implementation and therefore should be directly involved in curriculum development (Bas & Senturk, 2019). Allows Curriculum Team time to indirectly involve other teachers by getting their opinions about current curriculum. Allows Curriculum Team to schedule meetings at their convenience over the year rather than being confined to only two days. Best Recommendation Recommendation Not having a curriculum to work with is a huge area of concern for our district. I have listened to many colleagues complain about how they are frustrated with not having a guide and that they are spending less time at home with their families due to the extra effort being put in to make sure they are getting things ready for their classes. I believe the recommendation I have presented can easily help remedy this situation. All teachers should have a curriculum to follow in order to ensure they are being effective teachers and that their students are succeeding as best they can. Conclusion Conclusion References References Alsubaie, M. A. (2016). curriculum development: teacher involvement in curriculum development. Journal of Education and Practice, 7(9), 106–107. Bas, G., & SENTURK, C. (2019). Teachers' Voice: teacher participation in curriculum development process. Inquiry in Education, 11(1), 1–33. McKeen, R. L., & Fortune, J. C. (2001). Curriculum building: start to finish knowledge, learning and the design of curriculum, 220–227. Williams, M. (2019, September 14). Why is curriculum important? Retrieved from https://www.classcraft.com/blog/features/why-is-curriculum-important/.

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Transcript: Hands-free is not better than hand-held device as it's not the physical distraction, it's the distraction of conversation 4x as likely to get in car accident Detected stimuli but reactions were suppressed Inattention blindness - divert attention from environment to internal cell phone conversation Resources and studies Lamble, Dave, Tatu Kauranen, Matti Laakso, and Heikki Summala. “Cognitive Load and Detection Thresholds in Car Following Situations: Safety Implications for Using Mobile (cellular) Telephones While Driving.” Accident Analysis & Prevention 31, no. 6 (November 1999): 617–623. doi:10.1016/S0001-4575(99)00018-4. Strayer et al., 2003 Backer-Grondahl et al., 2011 Lee et al., 2007 Hosking, Young, & Regan et al., 2009 McEvoy, Suzanne P., Mark R. Stevenson, Anne T. McCartt, Mark Woodward, Claire Haworth, Peter Palamara, and Rina Cercarelli. “Role of Mobile Phones in Motor Vehicle Crashes Resulting in Hospital Attendance: a Case-crossover Study.” BMJ 331, no. 7514 (2005): 428. doi:10.1136/bmj.38537.397512.55. Strayer, D. L., & Drews, F. A. (2007). Cell-Phone–Induced Driver Distraction. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 16(3), 128–131. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8721.2007.00489.x Lamble et al., 1999 McEvoy et al., 2005 Strayer, David & Drews, Frank. (2003) Cell phone-induced failures of visual attention during simulated driving. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 9(1), 23-32. doi: 10.1037/1076-898X.9.1.23 Consiglio, W., Driscoll, P., Witte, M., & Berg, W. P. (2003). Effect of cellular telephone conversations and other potential interference on reaction time in a braking response. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 35(4), 494-500. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0001-4575(02)00027-1 Strayer, D. L., & Johnston, W. A. (2001). Driven to Distraction: Dual-Task Studies of Simulated Driving and Conversing on a Cellular Telephone. Psychological Science, 12(6), 462–466. doi:10.1111/1467-9280.00386 Evolution in communication technology affects young drivers more than others. Lack more spare attentional capacity and lower abilities to anticipate and manage driving hazards. Looked at driving record of crashes and driving simulations of these participants Using driving simulators, teen driver's watched the road 400% less when texting In addition, variability in lane position increased 50% and missed lane changes increased 140% Are hands-free devices in cars safer than hand-held cellular devices? conducted experiment by studying hands free, hand held, passenger, radio listening to music did not cause slow reaction time for braking hand held and hands free did another experiment studied hands free calling by looking at it approaching corners and stationary cars bad for safety and also for car driver’s sensitive to upcoming events perception and awareness is significantly degraded when simultaneously using a hands-free mobile phone Treffner, P. J., & Barrett, R. (2004). Hands-free mobile phone speech while driving degrades coordination and control.Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 7(4-5), 229-246. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.trf.2004.09.002 Robin Yang, Abigail Waite, Charlotte Wonnell, Pie Wichmann, Bett Zamparelli Strayer et al., 2001, 2007 conducted experiment with joystick and rememberance of words missed twice as many traffic signals when talking on phone talking on phone is different and more dangerous than talking to a friend or listening to a radio continuously avert attention to conversation more than to actual driving environment hands free is same as hands held as visual stimuli is what is difficult to interpret for drivers who talk on the phone Consiglio et al, 2003 Treffner et al, 2004 Is installing hands-free devices in cars safer than hand-held cellular device? Recommendation Is installing hands-free devices in cars safer than hand-held cellular device? Divided visual attention and divided non-visual attention Simulated hand-held device by typing into keyboard, compared to cognitive tasks (hands-free) while driving Braking times impaired with use of hand-held and hands-free Drivers who used phone 10 min before crash were 400 % more likely to crash The use of available hands-free devices does not reduce risk Both are associated with increased likelihood of a crash Backer-Grondahl, Agathe & Sagberg, Fridulv. (2011) Driving and telephoning: Relative accident risk when using hand-held and hands-free mobile phones. Safety Science, 49(2), 324-330. http://dx.doi.org.ezproxy.uvm.edu/10.1016/j.ssci.2010.09.009 We recommend that Sanshand Motor Company does not add hands free calling options to their vehicles since there are no benefits favoring the driver's safety.

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Transcript: October 13, 2018 Recommendation Presentation Presented By: Alejandro Castro Introduction The purpose of this presentation is to highlight my particular recommendation for Jason Hart, the CEO of ALDI Grocery Stores in the United States. A Course of Action needs to take place in which all customers can save their precious time and the service that ALDI provides can truly benefit the company both in profit, reputation, and savings. The Criteria Based on the following criteria, we can comprehend the need for this specific course of action. Time & Money Efficiency Reduced Risk Between Employee-Customer Relation Remaining Competitive with other Corporations Young Community & Profit Growth Recommendation The Following Recommendations are presented with respect to their specific criteria. Keep in mind, this particular course of action is for solely the improvement of ALDI Grocery Stores nationwide. The method of shopping via e-commerce is ultimately more convenient for ALDI customers in terms of saving them their time and money. Since no travel will be needed, no expenses on gas exist and therefore, they will likely spend more on groceries they want. Especially since they have more time to simply select any item online rather than walk around a store to find the item they want. With more efficiency in the way customers spend, comes more good business that the comapany can profit from. Time & Money Efficiency If the saying "The customer is always right in business", then it can come as no surprise that arguments can occur with an employee anytime the customer is present. However, with e-commerce and InstaCart, a home delivery service for groceries, the customer no longer has the need to be present in store. Thus, the risk of a there being a scene is reduced, ultimately preserving the positive reputation the company has to this day. Reduced Risk Between Employee-Customer Relations By turning to e-commerce, ALDI Grocery Stores nationwide can provide more options for their customers. This means they can ultimately retain and attract more customers, meaning they can keep up with with their competitors like Walmart, Kroger, or Amazon. Remaining Competitive with other Corporations In this new age of technology, many young custumers who are tech-savvy are more likely to turn to e-commerce over the traditional method of shopping. With ALDI Grocery Stores making e-commerce available, they are bound to attract thousands of more customers who appeal to their methods, leading to consistant profit growth. Young Community & Profit Growth Scope In the words of the NPD Group, "52 million Americans buy their groceries online -- a number that will only increase with tech-savvy young people turning to the Internet to buy food for themselves and their families.(“Aldi to Deliver Groceries via Instacart.” 7) This indicates that e-commerce can only benefit ALDI Grocery Stores nationwide with more customers. It is clear that ALDI Grocery Stores nationwide have the potential to truly benefit from utilizing resources such as e-commerce and InstaCart. By doing so, they are opening the four precendents to their customers, including: Time and Money Efficiency: Saves the custumers time and money, which are truly valuable commodities in today's world. Reduced Risk in Employee-Customer Relations: With customers using e-commerce, less interaction with employees is needed and therefore, less risk comes to the reputation of ALDI. Remaining Competitive with other Corporations: The field of competition with big corporations is leveled by using e-commerce. Young Community & Profit Growth: Technology is essential, particularly to the young adults who look for smarter ways of shopping like e-commerce. The Precendents to the Course of Action Discussion The following elaboration of each precedent is presented in order to compare them with the course of action that is recommended. Time & Money Efficiency In the words of Jason Hart, "...Our partnership with Instacart and the expansion of our e-commerce options are more ways we are meeting the growing needs of today's shopper, who wants high-quality food at unbeatable prices." With e-commerce, the customer can be truly content knowing they are saving time and money, thus ALDI's reputation can grow alongside it's profits. Reduced Risk Between Employee-Customer Relations How a company treats it's customers is vital in today's world. With more attention on e-commerce as a method of grocery shopping, less risk is involved meaning less emphasis can be placed on employee's training with customers as a direct result of less customers coming to stores. Remaining Competitive with other Corporations With e-commerce and InstaCart at the companies disposal, is it necessary that ALDI remain competitive in the business world. By utilizing every option, the company can ensure that it's forseeable future is safe and competitive. Young Community & Profit Growth In business, it is important to appeal to all ages. However, it is

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Transcript: By Michael Fryer and Gavin Myles On an average deployment of PowerSave, there is an expected power saving of 200 kWh per 100 in a months time While we will be reducing our overall power draw, we will also be generating a significant amount of electricty which can then be used to power CommCorp itself, or if we generate more then we are using the power will be routed back into the grid and we will receive a credit from the power company Faronics PowerSave is an advanced technology that controls the amount of power a computer consumes at the hardware level with no loss of performance or productivty to the worker. Thank You! Solar Installations Faronics has many options available for corporations, making Power Save a relatively small investment on our part that will soon pay itself back Powering CommCorps vast array of employee workstations is the largest expense to the company in terms of electricity costs. The Need One the features of these panels is the online tracker system. This allows us to look at various important statistics for our panel. This includes power output, conditions, cell performance and collects data that can then be used for research While our PowerSave deployment will save an impressive amount of power, we are also planning on installing two 11250 watt photovoltiac cells on opposite ends of the CommCorp campus With the constantly fluctuating price of power on the market today, as well as far reaching implications for the environment, it is becoming a nessesity for broad sighted companies to do their part to manage the energy that they consume. Power costs are among the most significant expenses to a business This is an example of the online tracker software. This panel has been running for less then 4 months and has already generated almost 5 mWh's, enough power to run 400 PC's 24/7 for two weeks. This is an example of the audit report for PowerSave CELMAT is an industry leader in solar panel installations in Ontario. These panels feature a unique dual axis system that allows the panel to tilt and adjust itself to constantly get the most sun that it can. Recommendation Presentation Saving Power PowerSave is a extremely customizable but easy to use software that presents all options in a simple graphical user interface Financial Benefits Financial Benfits

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Transcript: Post daily statuses of the specials as well as promotional incentives Show this post and receive 10% off your bill or free dessert with purchase of two entrees today only Update these forms of social media daily http://davis499.wix.com/appletonebrewery Families Appleton Brewing Company Promotional Materials Number of Jars Bought Price of Single Jar Total Price 288 $1.75 $504.00 576 $1.59 $915.84 1008 $1.48 $1491.84 Free brewery tours on Saturday's from 2-5 For $5 customers may try a sample of 2 beers and 1 cider Hopefully customers will come before for lunch or stay after for dinner Promoting Appleton Live music the first Friday of every month Audition for the owners/managers Initially free bands who wish to gain publicity Eventually professional bands for a fee, which will get customers in the door Immediate Marketing Budget Long term Purchase van with Appleton logo on the side $3 one way and $5 both ways Pick up and drop off at the Union Short term Work out a flat fare with a taxi service that would only transport Appleton Customers Interested customers will be given a punch card Must try all 5 beers and 3 ciders Once completed customer will receive a free t-shirt and beer of their choice Maximum 2 beers per visit Would you be more attracted to a bar/restaurant that had live music? Mason Jar Mugs Additional Seating All non-alcoholic drinks served in mason jar Apple cider: $2.50 Take home mug with cider: $5 Cider refill in mug: $1.50 White kraft paper as table cloths Crayons to color with Kids menu with coloring pages Which type of media influences you the most when choosing where to go out? Getting Customers into Appleton Additional Costs On what day of the week are you most likely to go out to eat? When considering the convenience of a restaurant, which do you believe is most important? Marketing Strategy T-Shirts (500 at $7.82ea) $3910 These will promote your name and you will be making a profit. Live Band $250-$600 Live entertainment on a scheduled basis to bring in customers. Mason Jars $500-$1500 Signature item to peak customer interest and build name. Tables and chairs (per set) $150-$400 Increase your profit by accommodating more customers. Social Media FREE Staying up to date on Facebook, Twitter, and Website. Prize in "beer challenge" Sell to customers for advertising 500 t-shirts for $7.82 $8 = $0.18 profit $10 = $2.18 profit What would you like to see as an Appleton Brewery signature? Total Marketing Budget...........................................................$2500.00 The TASTE of Tippecanoe………......................…………….. $1000.00 Mason Jars…...............…………................................…………... $915.84 Stage (8’x4’)…...……………..………..................................…….… $359.49 Posters and Flyers…………...............................………….….... $150.00 Total Immediate Marketing Cost…………………………..…..…. $2425.33 Promoting Appleton Promotional Materials Getting Customers into Appleton Special Events Budget Which type of alcoholic beverage would drive you into a microbrewery most? Band Seats 75 people: 25 in the dining area & 50 in the bar Raise the dining room capacity to at least 80 people (130 total) Leave space for a small dance floor/stage T-Shirts Special Events Facebook and Twitter Sober Rides Beer Challenge Monday BOGO Pitchers Tuesday Kids eat free night Wednesday 10% discount for Purdue faculty and students Thursday 40 cent wings Friday-Sunday Half price appetizers after 9pm Specials What factors do you think are most significant when choosing a restaurant? (You may choose more than one) Budget Brewery Tours

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Transcript: Photos by C. Harnish Attractive colors Simplicity Emphasis on "FOOD" Strategic locations Handout Distribution This is the current video for the international center but a similar idea would be used for the food bazaar video. Increase traffic to Facebook event page Attract a larger number of Purdue students to the event Able to reach large audience Minimal costs Suggestions from partnership This goes hand in hand with the intentions of a service learning project Video divided into three parts: Background information about the International Center The details of the food bazaar Interviews from past participants of the event Recommendation Reasoning Chalk Locations Emphasis on "EAT" Incorporation of QR code Distributed as quarter sheet in high traffic areas Features the flags of featured countries Pathway between Stewart Center and Memorial Union Class of 1950 lecture hall Engineering mall Lilly Hall Marketing for the 37th Annual International Food Bazaar St. Thomas Aquinas Church, April 14 11am-2pm $6-8,000 typically raised Potentially 2,000 people will attend Campaign Concept 1: Handouts Final Recommendation Specific Project Goals Combined chalk & handout campaign Needs of the Organization Campaign Concept 3: Chalk The International Center of West Lafayette Campaign Concept 2: Video Non-profit, supported by donations Aims to create a better understanding between different cultures while engaging in fun activities Language & cooking classes Conversation coffee hours Play groups Organization Background Photo by: Alvaro Canivell

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