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Transcript: Candy Station Business Description designed in a bus goes around the city Variety of sweets 1 cotton candy ice cream 2 DONUTS 3 CHOCOLATE sTRAWBERRIES 4 CHURROS 5 NAME&LOGO COLORFUL REFLECTS THE PRODUCTS THAT ARE BEING PROVIDED LOCATION SYMBOL WAS USED EASILY PRONOUNCED and easy to remember Name and Logo mission statement finest quality ingredients fair prices bring smile on customer's face our Goal G to expand and to build a good reputation by quickly providing differentiated sweets to bring a smile on our customers faces Our Objectives o expansion:having one more "candy Station" bus in another city by 2020 increase sale volume by 15% in 2020 having our own app to display our location bring an international sweet trademark have social responsibility events our competitive advantage competitive advantage moving around the city providing all kinds of sweets all at once Our value Proposition is the unique Experience and sweets SWOT Matrix Analysis SWOT Analysis Strengths Strengths affordable prices Location(moving) Variety of sweets Good team-work Weaknesses Only take away service Traffic In some places there's no Parking Seasonable fruits may not be available Weaknesses opportunities Having a brand name sweet product adding new sweets to the menu serving in events opportunities Threats current competitors bad weather Occupation Threats DIFFERENTATION Business Strategy PROVIDING OUR PRODUCTS IN A DIFFERENT AND UNIQUE WAY Key Success Factors Competitor Analysis Competitor Analysis Nutella Shop Gala Nutella Shop Advantages: Nutella Shop sit-down service Fair Prices Disadvantages: No Parking Places Not very clean Gala Advantages: Brand Name( cheese Factory Cake) Two Floors Sitting Area Gala Disadvantages: High Prices Bad Service CpM Marketing Strategy Social Media Fliers and Posters Music M T-M Target Market: Primary Market: Range of Customers and all sweet Lovers Secondary Market: Public events and festivals PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Providing sweets that range from the traditional known sweets to new sweets that are not known in Ramalla Promotional strategy Social Network Blogging Branding PLACE Moving around Ramalla and Al-Bireh at specific time and locations Price Pricing techniques: Odd Discount Bundling Financial Position Costs Capital Requirements (Start-up Costs) Bus Interior Design Equipment/Machinery Opening Ceremony Running Costs Running Costs Insurance Products and ingredients electricity marketing expenses diesel other expenses SURVEY RESULTS MORE THAN 73% WERE FEMALES AGES RANGED BETWEEN 16-25 51.5% EAT SWEETS 2-4 TIMES A WEEK, 27.9% EAT SWEETS MORE THAN 4 TIMES A WEEK SPECIAL CREPE GOT THE HIGHEST RATIO 57.4% LIKED THE IDEA OF "CANDY STATION" SURVEY RESULT THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTION NI'MATI DMEIRY KARAM EL-ALI LENA HAWWASH HANEEN ABU DAHER

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Transcript: CONFIDENCE Curriculum for Excellence social Conventions How Did I Plan Responsively? TUTORIALS Follow-up Lesson What Did I Learn About My Role and Responsibilities PROCESS USED DOCUMENTS SKILLS School Policies What Changes Would I Make In The Future? Reflection /Discussions INTERNAL EXPERIENCE Weaknesses Strengths Organisational Skills Internal Experience Collaborative Enquiry Planning LECTURES Interdisciplinary Learning Activities/Games Internal Experiences GIRFEC Habits of Mind To increase communication with all in the school Community 1. Choose a subject 2. Brainstormed lesson ideas and picked an appropriate idea 3. Worked through the planning Proforma 4. Discussed lesson plan with Class Teacher 5. Carried out lesson 6. Reflected with Class Teacher and Placement Partner Presentations to utilise all opportunities to speak in public to increase my confidence COLLINS (undated), Definition of Communication. Unknown: Collins. Available: [Date Accessed: 26/04/2013] IVANITSKAYA, L., CLARK, D., MONTGOMERY, G., AND PRIMEAU, R., (2002). Innovative Higher Education. Interdisciplinary Learning: Process and Outcomes. 27(2). Pp95-111 QUOTE FACTORY (2010). Quotes by Gordon B. Hinckley. Unknown: Quote Factory. Available: [Date Accessed: 26/04/2013] School of Education. (2013) Student portfolio. Aberdeen: Aberdeen University REFERENCES Family, Community and School KNOWLEDGE Time Keeping Skills COMMUNICATION Planning for learning progression in school which is responsive to children's family and community learning

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Transcript: 1. Explore / investigate Zurich through their (artistic) practices, in order to question urban givenness and experiment with how we can re-imagine urban space. 2. Work with the archive in terms of contributing to it, interpreting it, working with its content etc. - question "invisible urban givenness" and open up for spatial variety how we can re-imagine the urban - enable us to negotiate invisibilities - critical exploration through imaginative means 2. = a social-artistic urban laboratory Space as an exteriority / backdrop which power or resistance are constituted against space as a backdrop for human behaviour space as a static & closed entity within an artistic framework SPATIAL VARIETY space as empirical, objective & mappable POWER - art controlling rather than questioning what should be visible, hearable and sayable 1. & DISCUSSION HISTORICALLY What if anything could be something else, still consisting of the same parts? - participants active as interpreters creating their own stories "Conquer, manage, play" SUM UP Art practice and urban space: - being realized on and from within urban space STADT "If it were me" RESISTANCE Art as a mode of critical exploration GAST- STADTFORSCHUNG URBAN SPACE - Zurich consists of endless different realities and imaginations and art may help making these visible "This is not a car" - collective processes and co-production ARTISTIC PRACTICE What if strangers would meet and talk? NEGOTIATING - experimenting with urban knowledge production space as neutral container filled with human activity & POLITICS 3. -urban space as defined by radical openness and multiple outcomes rather than one fixed urban reality What if one reality of the city lies in its mirror-image? - art as effect or reaction to urban space - creation, not consumption of space (IN)VISIBILITIES NOW by Cecilie Sachs Olsen - art expected to provide solutions to urban problems "The forgotten vegetables" that experiments with - resistant to any prescribed outcomes WERK ARCHIV - cities are imaginary as well as real spaces LIMITED SPATIAL IMAGINARY 1. Branding strategies & public spectacles S Q U E T I O N S VS. ANSWERS "Politics revolves around what is seen and what can be said about it, around who has the possibility to see and the talent to speak, around the properties of spaces and the possibilities of time." Jacques Rancière "the distribution of the sensible" = underlying structures deciding what is visible, sayable and hearable processes vs. products Re-thinking/imagining our city by helping people to shape an idea of how they want to live together and what they want their city to be like. Art work becoming a monument against forgetting. 2. "Artivism" collective co-existence creative and imaginative processes posing alternatives to the collective co-existence in our cities through creative and imaginative processes space as a process, never finished/closed space as a sphere of co-existing heterogeneity space as a product of interrelations, constituted through interactions

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