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Australian Property Law: Doctrine of Tenure v Doctrine of Estate

| March 28, 2016

Please write a response to the following question: ‘Are the doctrine of tenure and the doctrine of estates linked and if so how? In today’s society are these doctrines outdated?’ Reference style: Australian Guide to Legal Citation. Please use the attached document “week 3 blog” to help you with you answer.

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DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1 & 2

| March 28, 2016

QUESTION # 1

Creating a Positive Classroom Culture
Recall your favorite teacher and think about the way she or he managed the class to make it a positive learning experience for you. Now, read Chapter 5 of your text to explore the various strategies for effectively managing a classroom and see if you can make a connection between what the text says and your favorite classroom experience. Keeping that comparison in mind, answer the following questions:
•When you think about managing a classroom, what do you feel most confident about?
•What are your biggest concerns? State carefully one possible way to deal with your greatest concern and relate it to Kounin’s preventive approaches to managing a classroom.
•Why do you think your solution will work? What challenges or obstacles could impede its success? Explain.
Refer to Chapter 5 of your text, additional resources and your own insights/experience

RESOURCES

Krogh, S., Fielstein, L., Phelps, P. & Newman, R. (2015). Introduction to education: Choosing to teach. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
1.Krogh, S., Fielstein, L., Phelps, P. & Newman, R. (2015). Introduction to education: Choosing to teach. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
a.Chapter 5: Shaping Classroom Culture

◾This chapter considers the “community” in conventional classrooms giving strategies and techniques for creating a classroom where children thrive socially and academically. Models for classroom management are discussed in detail.
b.Chapter 6: Curriculum and Assessment

◾ This chapter examines the complexity of curriculum development while also analyzing different forms of assessment.

c.Chapter 9: Becoming a Teacher

◾This chapter considers the nature of teaching and the occasional controversy over its definition as a profession. This will allow the reader to reflect on if they display a “goodness of fit” as a potential future educator.

Article
1.Nichols, S. L. & Berliner, D.C. (2008). Why has High-Stakes Testing so Easily Slipped into Contemporary American Life? The Education Digest, 74(4), 41-48. Retrieved from the Proquest database.

◾This article examines why high-stakes testing has grown to be an acceptable part of our culture and what issues have arisen as a result of this practice.

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Australian Property Law

| March 28, 2016

This is to be assessment it to be split up between two questions: Q1: Is there a fine line between finding goods and treating them as your own and theft? Discuss using the finding cases including Parker v British Airways Board [1982] 1 QB 1004 and Chairman, National Crime Authority v Flack (1988) 86 FCR 16 and consider ss 71-74 Crimes Act 1958 (Vic). Q2: Are the doctrine of tenure and the doctrine of estates linked and if so how? In today’s society are these doctrines outdated? Please write approx 1000 words on each question. I have attached discussion boards posts of each question to help you answer the questions.
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Early Detection of Bioterrorism

| March 28, 2016

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Please review the Biological Incident Annex—FEMA at https://www.fema.gov/pdf/emergency/nrf/nrf_BiologicalIncidentAnnex.pdf

Especially the following:

“The introduction of biological agents, both natural and deliberate, is often first detected through clinical or hospital presentation. However, there are other methods of detection, including environmental surveillance technologies such as BioWatch, and medical and syndromic surveillance systems. Early detection of biological agents offers an opportunity to take proactive measures to mitigate the consequences of disease outbreak.

“Routine fish and wildlife health and disease surveillance, including investigation of wildlife mortality events conducted on public lands and in public laboratories, provides the opportunity for early detection of biological agents and acts of bioterrorism. Animal health surveillance in the agriculture sector provides similar opportunities” (Biological Incident Annex, 2008, pp. 4-5).

As a policy-maker, what would you propose as a national strategy to improve early detection of bioterrorism? Remember the anthrax outbreak of 2001.
Rubrics
• MSHA/MSEDM/MSHLS Discussion Grading Rubric – Timeliness v1
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Leadership

| March 28, 2016

Chris Lowney; Heroic Leadership: Best Practices from a 450-year-old Company that Changed the World. Write an outline summarizing this book. Atleast the first few chapters. Please make sure you hit the key points of this book and why they are important and what you take away from this book.
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Qualitative Approach

| March 28, 2016

For this assignment, please consider the topic and problem you might choose for your Signature Assignment.

the tentative problems is identifying the ethical considerations that can be encountered in the process of setting up a coffee bar that serves alcohol and that can be used as the line of communication between the internet and the future of music industry for customers. This is a new and excited new venture to offer to the community. How we will be competitive amongst current coffee retailers that include likes of “mom and pop” shops, Starbucks, Dunkin Doughnuts, and other prominent bakeries.
Respond to the following questions:

State the research problem and ensure it is supported by at least 3 to 5 scholarly resources within the past 5 years to ensure relevancy. Also keep in mind that your problem statement should reflect your degree (applied or PhD). How could you use qualitative methodology to address your research problem?

State the purpose of the research effort. Make sure the purpose is aligned with the problem.

Draft 2 to 3 research questions that would be appropriate for a qualitative study and addresses your research problem and are aligned with your purpose statement.

Identify and discuss a design that is associated with qualitative methodology that you would consider to answer your research questions.

You will find that some problems lend themselves to using one methodology over another. A goal of this assignment was to have you explore how a qualitative methodology might help you address your research questions. You will have an opportunity later in the course to explore other methodologies. Based on your analysis above, do you feel the use of a qualitative methodology and your chosen design is best suited to address your research problem and answer your questions. Why or why not?

Be sure to use scholarly sources to support all assertions and research decisions.

Krathwohl, D. (2009) Methods of educational and social science research: The logic of methods.

Creswell, J.W. (2013). Five qualitative approaches to inquiry.
https://www.sagepub.com/upm-data/13421_Chapter4.pdf

Rosaline, B. (2008). The scope and contribution of qualitative research.
https://srmo.sagepub.com.proxy1.ncu.edu/view/introducing-qualitative-research/d3.xml

Baxter, P. & Jack, S. (2008). Qualitative case study methodology: Study design and implementation for novice researchers.
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Chenail, R.J. (2011). Ten steps for conceptualizing and conducting qualitative research studies in a pragmatically curious manner.
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How to Open a Financially Successful Coffee, Espresso & Tea Shop with Companion CD-ROM
by Douglas Robert Brown, Douglas R. Brown, Lora Adducer

https://www.economist.com/node/2281736
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Political Ideologies

| March 28, 2016

1) what is politics about? why is it so important to study?
2)what characteristics are common to all political ideologies(e.g, communism, anarchism, feminism)?
3) How has political ideologies changed over the past 150 years and what accounts for this change?
4) what are the differences between Marxist and non-Marxist conceptions of ideology?
READ-Heywood,A.(2012) political ideologies: an introduction. 5th edn. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillian.( CHAPTER 1-INTRODUCTION:IDEOLOGY AND IDEOLOGIES)
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THE ART OF CINEMA

| March 27, 2016

AIC 101, Sections 01, 02, 03, 04, 05 & 06 – Professors: Deborah Meehan & Ethan Spigland
Spring 2016 – Final Paper Assignment
Please contemplate and then review any one of the five films viewed in this course in the form
of an essay. * Your essay should be at least 3 full pages long, and contain your observations
about the visual content/and stylistic approach of the director(s), as well as your opinion about
the work, which you will back up with examples.
To help you decide what you want to comment on, ask yourself what you find most intriguing
about the film; or most disturbing …
What makes it noteworthy?
What effect does it have on the viewer?
Your answers will furnish your thesis, which will most likely be a statement about the film’s
functions, effects, and meaning.
Examine how the work is formally organized.
Remember that you must support any argument you make with examples from your chosen
film.
*The films screened are available for review in the Pratt Library through Multimedia Services.
To summarize:
Intro:
_Background info and state your thesis
Body:
_Reasons to believe your thesis
_Evidence and examples to support the thesis
Conclusion:
_Restatement of your thesis and discussion of its broader implications.

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Counseling CBT

| March 27, 2016

Ken is a 31 year old African-American man who is sent for therapy through his EAP program at work. Ken tested positive for amphetamines on a random drug test. He denies using drugs and tells you, “it must be those herbal pills that did it. A buddy of mine gave them to me to help me stay awake. I’m a truck driver and sometimes it’s hard to stay focused on the road. My buddy said it was all natural stuff and would also help me shed a few pounds. Sitting in a truck all day has really started to put the weight on, if you know what I mean.” Ken admits to having “a bit of a meth problem in my early 20’s. But that was because my best buddy was a drug dealer. So he got me started on the stuff. I was real skinny back then though!” During your interview, Ken reveals that his parents were obese and that, “I hated it when I was a kid. I was embarrassed and ashamed to have friends around and I don’t want to do that to my own kids.” You notice that Ken becomes quite emotional at this time, then quickly changes the subject by asking you, “so what do I have to do to get my boss to believe I’m not a drug addict?” You notice Ken is quite thin and that his face is broken out. His pupils are dilated and he can’t seem to sit still.

Considering both traditional and mindfulness perspectives of addiction and addictive related disorders, formulate an assessment and treatment plan for Ken, using theoretical concepts from both of the course texts.

Your response to both questions must include the information covered in the text(s) reading assignments including but not limited to:
§ Problem Solving Skills
§ Exposure Therapy
§ Coping Skills
§ Mindfulness and Addiction

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Critique

| March 27, 2016

Pick any human disease of choice, and do a critique of the article. Please summarize this article, what is good, what is your input of the article, what is best about the experiment, a logical and informational conclusion about this article. This has to be a human disease.
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