Assignment Instructions BIAS AND TOLERANCE Understanding and teaching tolerance can help prevent anger and grief from escalating into bias and stereotyping in the classroom and elsewhere in society. For example, the historical events of 9/11 led to widespread anger and grief, and in many quarters resulted in bias or unfair judgments toward Muslims and people… Continue reading An Arab American family entered a human services office seeking services, including food, housing, and counseling for their family. After completing the necessary paperwork, the Arab American father explained to the intake worker that the family has encountered biases in the United States, and because of this treatment they were anxious about coming to the office to obtain assistance for the family. While waiting to be assisted by the assigned human services case worker, the family noticed the majority of the other families waiting to be assi
What experiences or comments resonated with you in watching the Focusing on Feedback video (see previous page)? How would you assess your current mindset (growth or fixed) when receiving feedback? How do your behaviors reflect that mindset? Do you feel others would describe your mindset the same way? What is at least one action you… Continue reading What experiences or comments resonated with you in watching the Focusing on Feedback video (see previous page)?
Read the NAU Library article, “Are You Worth What They’re Paying You,” by David Blanchard for Industry Week. This assignment has two parts. Part I: Research Assignment Select an article that supports or contrasts this article through library or internet search options. Cite the source and give the link to your article. Compare or contrast… Continue reading How would you design a survey for setting pay for truck drivers?
*** Please follow all instructions by the professor that is given *** After reading the book Humility, post an initial thread to include the following (use separate bolded section titles or paragraphs to break up the post showing where each point is addressed): 1. Approximately, what percentage of the book was read in preparation for… Continue reading what percentage of the book was read in preparation for this discussion?
The protests in Hong Kong center around the idea of keeping the the people of that city. You will now write a response Hong Kong with the rise of democracy in the West. In this response, you will be comparing the people of Hong Kong and their fight for democracy to those early Greco-Roman and… Continue reading What democratic rights are the citizens of Hong Kong using in their protests?
Man’s Search for Meaning Quiz (take quotes from pp. 20-53) Frankl describes concentration camp life as a “world which no longer recognized the value of human life and human dignity, which had robbed man of his will and had made him an object to be exterminated” (50). Identify three different dehumanizing aspects or factors of… Continue reading Identify three different dehumanizing aspects or factors of life in the concentration camp.
Communication with families of ELLs can be challenging but it is vital for student success and family engagement. Many families may be unfamiliar with the standard practices of education in this country. Understanding assessment and how assessment data is used can be particularly difficult to discuss depending on the families’ previous experience with assessment in… Continue reading Create a digital newsletter for families of ELLs to explain assessment practices.
Assignment Complete the History, Physical Exam, and Assessment sections of the Aquifer virtual case titled Family Medicine 02: 55-year-old male wellness visit. Discussion Question 1 Based on your performance and the expert feedback in your HISTORY collection, describe two missed questions and your understanding of why they were important to collect for this case history.… Continue reading describe two missed questions and your understanding of why they were important to collect for this case history.
Karen Smith, age fifty-six years, came to her nurse practitioner (NP) with fatigue, pallor, dyspnea on exertion, and palpitations. Her laboratory report indicates that her hematocrit, hemoglobin, and reticulocyte counts are low; that her MCV is high; and that her MCH and MCHC are normal. Her diagnosis is pernicious anemia. Answer the following questions regarding… Continue reading Why should Karen’s NP ask her about paresthesia and ataxia?
Department of Social Work Guidelines for Personal Statement Your statement is meant to help us understand who you are and your readiness and capacity for graduate education in social work. We are also interested in your thoughts about the possible contributions you feel you will make, following the completion of your education, to the well… Continue reading Department of Social Work