Why choose to study in Columbia

Why choose to study in Columbia

Discipline: Other

Type of service: Essay

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: Not applicable

Number of pages: 3 pages

Number of sources: 0 source

Paper details

I have to write two essays 300 words each about why choose to study in Columbia
First is Why Columbia and second is a description of my reason for the selected major

College Application Essay

College Application Essay

Discipline: Other

Type of service: Application Essay

Spacing: Single spacing

Paper format: MLA

Number of pages: 1 page

Number of sources: 0 source

Paper details

I am a 17 year old, male, currently applying for college and want to study in the field of Civil Engineering. The essay must demonstrate the ability to write clearly and concisely on a selected topic and helps “you distinguish yourself in your own voice”.
I attached a file containing the prompts you may choose from

5E Lesson Plan- 3 biology lesson plans

5E Lesson Plan- 3 biology lesson plans

Discipline: – Teacher’s Career

Type of service: Other

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: APA

Number of pages: 14 pages

Number of sources: 4 sources

Paper details:

Task 3: Lesson Plans
Introduction:
Active student engagement in learning is an important goal. As a teacher, it is imperative that you demonstrate a variety of techniques and instructional strategies to teach subject matter that engages students. Evidence of student interests, support for individual learning and collaboration, and positive social interaction should be found in the classroom daily. An effective teacher utilizes knowledge of content, planning, academic language, assessment, and social interaction to entice students to become active in the educational process.
In Part A of this task you will submit 3 lesson plans that address various identified points and in Part B you will reflect on the quality of certain components within those lesson plans. You may create new lesson plans or adapt or use existing ones. The lesson plans should all fit within the focus of the unit, but they do not need to be consecutive lessons. Each of the three lesson plans you submit must include the presentation of new materials rather than a review of materials or the administration of an assessment. You may use the attached “5E Science Lesson Plan Template” or any other lesson plan template of your choosing that addresses the points identified in Part A.
Tasks must be completed in order. Each task needs to be submitted and passed one at a time before the next task is submitted.
All submissions for the tasks in this Teacher Performance Assessment should be based on your Field Placement experience for this course.
Note: This assessment may require you to submit data about students in your class. Privacy laws such as FERPA require that you remove any identifying information (e.g., names, school student ID numbers, addresses, pictures) from any submissions you use fictitious names, you must note this in your documentation.
Requirements:
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. An originality report is provided when you submit your task that can be used as a guide.
You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.

A. Submit three standards-based lesson plans from your two-week unit plan. Each lesson plan should include the following:
(Note: The lesson plans should highlight the use of academic language, technology, use of content discussions and/or questioning strategies, and differentiated instruction.)
• •
• • •


identification of general information (i.e., topic, grade, level setting, and where the lesson fits in the unit plan)
identification of standards, with full text, and measurable objectives (condition, behavior, and criterion)
instructional materials (e.g., class handouts) for students and teacher description of technology to be used by students and teacher
prerequisite skills and prior knowledge already known or needed for students to
successfully participate in the lesson
description of instructional activities (presentation of new information, guided practice,
independent practice, time allotment for each activity) in enough detail that another teacher could follow them
description of formative assessments used to monitor student learning
B. Discuss the instructional strategies used in your three lesson plans by doing the following:
1. Describe how one lesson was designed to accommodate specific learning needs.
2. Describe how one lesson was designed to integrate technology to build understanding,
including an explanation of the SAMR level at which the technology fits.
3. Describe how one lesson was designed to use science discourse and/or questioning
strategies to engage students.
4. Describe how one lesson was designed to allow students to collect and interpret data
to develop explanations.
5. Describe how one lesson was designed to address a common misconception.
6. Describe how one lesson was designed to address possible safety concerns.
C. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
D. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.

Income and Poverty depends on Education – Relationship between Data Analysis and the Literature review

Income and Poverty depends on Education – Relationship between Data Analysis and the Literature review

Discipline: – Finance

Type of service: Essay

Spacing: Single spacing

Paper format: APA

Number of pages: 1 page

Number of sources: 2 sources

Paper details

You have to see the Data Analysis and Literature Review 1 & 2 if they match each other or not. You have to mention in the essay what the things that match and the thing that not match.

(It is ok if there is no any matches between just mention what is not matching).

Close Reading Paper

Close Reading Paper

Discipline: Literature

Type of service: Research Paper

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: APA

Number of pages: 3 pages

Number of sources: 1 source

Paper details:

For this paper, you will do a close reading of a passage from the following
https://www.gutenberg.org/files/40580/40580-h/40580-h.htm

Time Hop Paper

Time Hop Paper

Discipline: Literature

Type of service: Essay

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: APA

Number of pages: 4 pages

Number of sources: 2 sources

Paper details

In this paper, you will write 4-5 pages in support of an argument of your own devising based on a point of comparison between two texts that are separated by at least 100 years. You may choose to use two texts from our course reading, or you may use one text from our course reading and another text (or film, song, etc.) of your own choosing. Your argument must make a claim about the significance of some point of connection between the texts you have chosen to work with. The body of the essay must support that argument with careful analysis of quoted evidence from the texts.
texts
The Sea Voyage, John Fletcher (1622) and
Treasure Island, Robert Louis Stevenson (1883)

Athletes Using Performance Enhancing Drugs

Athletes Using Performance Enhancing Drugs

Discipline: Communications and Media

Type of service: Research Paper

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: APA

Number of pages: 2 pages

Number of sources: 4 sources

Paper details:

Part 1: Ethical Question

State the ethical question beneath this heading.

This question should be on the same topic as the question presented in the week one assignment, and if necessary, revised based on your instructor’s comments and the additional insight and information you have gained from research on the topic. If you would like to switch topics, you should first consult with your instructor.
Place your ethical question beneath the Part 1: Ethical Question heading.

Part 2: Introduction

Provide an introduction to the topic and question.

This should be revised and expanded from the Week 1 Introduction in light of your instructor’s comments and the additional insight and information you have gained from research on the topic.
For instance, you may find that your original ideas about the issue have changed and clarified, that the focus of the ethical question has shifted or become more specific, and/or that there are important background and contextual details that need to be explained.
The revised introduction should reflect your additional thinking on the scope and significance of the ethical issue, and address any feedback provided by your instructor.
The introduction should be at least 300 words in one or two paragraphs.
Place the introduction material under the Part 2: Introduction heading.

Part 3: Explanation of the Ethical Theory

Ethical theories provide accounts of how to reason well about moral questions and of what justifies answers to those questions. In this section of the paper, you will discuss either the ethical theory of utilitarianism, deontology, or virtue ethics.

You should not discuss your topic in this section, but focus only on the ethical theory.

The discussion should include the following elements:

A brief account of the historical background of the theory and the philosopher(s) associated with it.
An explanation of the core moral principle of the theory, or if there is more than one, the principle that you will focus on in applying that theory to your question.
A brief, general explanation of how the theory and its core moral principle applies to moral questions, using an example different from the issue that is the main focus of your paper. (For example, if your focus is on how deontology applies to using animals in medical research, you could explain Kant’s moral theory by discussing how it would apply to an issue like lying for the sake of the greater good.)
This section should focus only on the ethical theory. For instance, if you are discussing physician-assisted suicide from a utilitarian perspective, this section should only discuss utilitarianism in general terms; you should not discuss physician-assisted suicide, euthanasia, or other related topics until the next section.
The discussion should be around 300 words and must incorporate at least one quote from the required resources on the ethical theory you have chosen to discuss. Required resources include the textbook chapter focused on that theory (3, 4, or 5) or the “Primary Sources” listed at the end of Chapters 3-5.
Place this section under the Part 3: Ethical Theory heading.

Part 4: Application of the Ethical Theory

Now that you have explained in general terms the core principle of the ethical theory you are focusing on in this paper, you will apply that theory and its core principle to your ethical question.

Explain as clearly and precisely as you can how that principle leads to a particular conclusion.
You can think of that conclusion as the answer someone would most likely give to your question if they were reasoning along the utilitarian, deontological, or virtue ethics lines you explained in Part 3.
Note: This conclusion does not need to be the same as the position you stated in the Week 1 assignment. In fact, it could be the opposing position you discussed there. See the remarks about main purpose of the paper above.
This section should be around 300 words.
Place this section under the Part 4: Application of the Ethical Theory section.

In your paper,

Identify the ethical question.
Introduce the topic and question.
Explain the ethical theory of utilitarianism, deontology, or virtue ethics.
Apply the selected ethical theory to the ethical question

What is the best method to prevent pressure ulcers during hospitalizations

What is the best method to prevent pressure ulcers during hospitalizations

Discipline: – Nursing

Type of service: Research Paper

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: APA

Number of pages: 4 pages

Number of sources: 4 sources

Paper details

Please provide Evidence Based Practice paper using the PICOT questions to write the paper, Strict APA method, use 2013-2018 sources only

Statement of objectives System design management Master at MIT

Statement of objectives System design management Master at MIT

Discipline: – IT Management

Type of service: Admission Essay

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: Not applicable

Number of pages: 3 pages

Number of sources: 0 source

Paper details

I’m currently pursuing an MBA, and during my time, I discovered that the universe of possibilities where I could potentially work and make a significant impact increase exponentially. At the same time, through my electives, my interactions with professors, other students, I also realized that my interests might have broadened concerning the types of positions and projects.
Over the last 12 years, I have worked my way up in different large companies in tech (telecom and software) to the position of senior product manager. I take a great deal of pride in the development and execution of products in the software entertainment (music, and video) industry.
I’m interested in working in a small and mid-size company where I can have a significant impact. I still want to work in in the technology and software industry (I want to be a successful leader in technology and engineering) as director or VP in product development.
I understood that to be entirely successful in those roles; it requires to build knowledge around system design management and system thinking and to have a strong understanding of building and operating large and complex software systems.
I have the ambition to manage larger teams, more complex projects, and products and to be involved in the entire process of the product lifecycle (design & architecture planning, launch, and operation) of complex systems.
I want to develop decision skills and framework that will help me to define when and how to improve and bring innovation in technology and products.

In my last experience at Juniper, I recall that I face challenges when it comes to aligning technical development/innovation process and product development process.
Joining the program, I can benefit from working with a professor with M. Pitt, an expert in product design and development that will help me to develop skills and tools to take better decisions relative to improving and innovating in complex systems.

Also, I’m interested in more technical roles such as Technical product manager (and the program have been successful in securing those positions for a student).

In the field of Fintech, Data sciences or even consumer software in companies such as Master Card, Tableau or Spotify successful product changes occurs with a deep understanding of systems. To be successful, I must be in those roles combine business acumen, project management, and system thinking skills.

Also, in the long run, I still have the ambition to launch my companies and an additional 12 to 16 month on the campus will allow me to benefit more from the entrepreneurship resources offered by the school.

I realize that while my MBA is powerful regarding developing leadership skills. There are areas some area relative to the management in a highly complex technological environment that is not covered in the MBA program and that I will need to develop, strengthen or acquire to be successful. That can significantly benefit from another 12 to 16 months of pursuing a master in system design and management.

Also, I started during the MBA to develop knowledge in the area of data science and pursuing the business analytics certificate, but I want to continue to deepen this knowledge by taking classes in Applied machine learning and applied AI in the school of engineering and the analytics lab in the management school. I am also excited to continue to expand my management skills around negotiation and managing in adversity.

I am attracted by the diversity of the program with more than 50% of the cohort being international. This important for me as I always worked in a global environment and I understand the benefit the diversity.

I am attracted by the community and impressed about fellows such as Mark Larson and Mary Pearson ’12 who were successful in creating during their class project during their time in the program the product OneBin that offers travelers an easier way to get their personal items through airline security while also clarifying TSA safety requirements.
Also, the successful background of Sandeep Chema, Director of user experience design at C3 resonate with my background. I will benefit from learning and developing relationships with those individuals, who come from a wide variety of professional and personal backgrounds.

About the Program: https://sdm.mit.edu/education/masters-degree/
The system and design management program is a master’s program in engineering and management, was created in response to industry’s need to develop future generations of leaders. Offered the school of Engineering and the School of Management jointly, This is graduate programs that integrate engineering, management, and systems thinking.
The core course and individually chosen electives, students can:
-learn to use systems thinking to understand the technical, managerial, and societal components of large-scale, complex challenges;
-discover how these components influence each other as part of larger systems; participate in rigorous classroom assignments and projects;
-learn to see the world and relationships in new ways, and innovate and lead from this inclusive and holistic view.

Master Grant Application Outline for Nonprofit Works

Master Grant Application Outline for Nonprofit Works

Discipline: – Finance

Type of service: Essay

Spacing: Double spacing

Paper format: MLA

Number of pages: 1 page

Number of sources: 0 source

Paper details:

The purpose of this assignment is to assess your understanding of the grant application process, and your ability to complete a mock grant application outline. Using the information and the Web sites from this lesson, prepare a mock application. You will use the same scenario as you did in the lesson's Critical Thinking Activity. Review the following Master Grant Application Outline WORD by Nonprofit Works. Complete the Master Grant Application Outline in a Word document. You must include the following headings: Organizational Structure History or Background Mission Statement Past Results Population Need or Problem Statement Proposed Outcomes/Results Benefits Methods or Activities Evaluation Reporting Program or Project Cost Amount and Use of Grant Request Sources of Funding or Support Unit Costs Other information Using the outline, provide a description of each step, being sure to apply the following scenario or a scenario from your current place of employment. Scenario: You work at a social service agency that provides services to families, including a Family Preservation Program, which seeks to reduce the rate of children removed from their homes by Child Protective Services. One of your services is providing play therapy to children experiencing crisis. Your enrollment is increasing, and you need to hire two additional play therapists, and secure additional room space for another play therapy room, including materials. Remember, instead of using the above scenario, you may use a proposal from your current employment. Review this Signature Assignment Rubric PDF to view how your instructor will grade this activity. You will submit this assignment to your instructor by uploading your file. Review these File Upload Instructions if you need help with this function.