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Delinquency Program
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...Program PROGRAM NAME: SCARED STRAIGHT Scared straight is a delinquency program which involves frequent visits to the jails, by the children who are at the risk of turning into a juvenile or juvenile delinquents. The objective of this program is to show such children the harsh environment of the jails. To make them observe that what the prisoners in the jail goes through. They are often allowed to interact with the adult prisoners. The government officials, who are responsible for conducting such program, must first analyze that they are not increasing the chances to harm the mind of such children, which they have promised to protect.[Pet04] This program is designed to deter the juvenile... Delinquency...
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Program Theory
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...Program Theory of Learning 10th July, Program Theory The program theory was derived mainly from the experiences and hunches of the director in charge of sanitation department in Nei-fu local government and the EPA program designer. Review of relevant reports and documents in addition to interviews conducted with the director and program designer helped in the identification of the need for development of the garbage reduction program in Nei-fu (Chen, Wan & Lin, 1997). Some of the key component of the program theory included the disruption of weekly garbage disposal from...
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Program Memo
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...Program Memo To (Cc Center for Disease Control The chosen program to review is regarding the Centerfor Disease Control also known by the acronym (CDC). The CDC is a corporation that has existed in the United States of America for a long period assisting ordinary Americans who are facing various catastrophic issues. The CDC has come up with many programs that aim at assisting these Americans in achieving their goals and aims. The chosen program is one that aims at venturing into emergency evacuations and quarantine in the case of disastrous conditions. Reviewing the intended beneficiaries of the program,...
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PROGRAM INCEPTION
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...Program Inception Insert Insert Insert 19 July This research paper describes a program inception in an organization. I have chosen to research on American Education Research Association where I am interested in working in the future. American Education Research Association was founded in 1916 after it was realized that there was a lot of need for research on education. The organization works with other educational organizations in conducting research on education and ensuring that the research results obtained in a research are practically applied. The mission of this organization is to strive to advance knowledge about education, to encourage scholarly...
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DARE Program
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...Program In MLA Style 2 Just like any other potential national programs, one needs to be supported by famous and credible figures and public officials in order to be acknowledged by the citizens. The Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) fit the “Just Say No” movement of the former first lady Nancy Reagan. (Lohman, p 61) One of the strengths of the program is it has been linked to the famous movement and the fact that it is facilitated by police officers in schools. The marriage with the police has set the program apart from the rest of the aspiring drug abuse programs in the US. It has become an immediate hit with kids, schools, parents and the police. In the 1986 study of the National... DARE Program...
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Program Memo
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...Program Memo To (Cc Center for Disease Control The chosen program to review is regarding the Center for Disease Control also known by the acronym (CDC). The CDC is a corporation that has existed in the United States of America for a long period assisting ordinary Americans who are facing various catastrophic issues. The CDC has come up with many programs that aim at assisting these Americans in achieving their goals and aims. The chosen program is one that aims at venturing into emergency evacuations and quarantine in the case of disastrous conditions. Reviewing the intended beneficiaries of the program,...
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Program Evaluation
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...Program evaluation is a scientific approach to assess the value of core managed programs. Formal evaluation programs are applied to the healthcare, social welfare and deferral government programs. Such evaluation programs involve measuring costs and outcomes. It includes a scientific research design and statistical analysis to identify and measure program effects (Grannemann, n.d.). As program evaluation focuses on measuring program effects, it goes beyond measuring simple outcome measurement. Juvenile violence is prevalent in the American society and has continued to increase in violence due to drugs and guns. The violence that has slowly increased since the 1990s is not over... , and the...
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Program Development
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...Program Development Introduction Depression is a part of the human life, which can affect human health in a considerable way. Abnormality in the mental leads to depression because maximum number of people faces this issue due to several reasons such as financial problem and job problem among others. Depression affects the life of people depending on various factors. It is evident that people feel sad but if the span of sadness is longer then it tends to become a sign of depression. It is a state wherein the person feels de-motivated and reveals a very low mood. In this context, it is worthy to state that there are several reasons for people to get depressed (European...
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Program Management
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...Program Management Summary- Chapter 2 Chapter Various definitions about the word “program” have been formulated in the past. However, Michel Thiry defines program as “a collection of change actions (projects and operational activities) intentionally grouped together to obtain benefits.” This definition identifies that various projects are components of a particular program, which once coordinated, deliver benefits; either strategic or tactical. Program Management is the key to achieve these stated-strategic benefits as it helps to align and coordinate the projects within a program in such...
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Program facilitator
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...Program facilitator Potential supporters of the program Parents of obese children are the potential supporters of the program to reduce obesity among children of 6-17 years. Those parents have painful experiences dealing with obese children who are usually vulnerable to complex health conditions. The parents have spent a lot of money on the health of their children, are unhappy with the likelihood of their obese children to miss school and perform poorly in class. Department of Health is another potential supporter of the program to reduce obesity in children at the age of 6-17 years. This relates to the fact that the federal government has been spending... Reducing Obesity among children of 6-17 years:...
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Mentorship program
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...Program Introduction In measuring the overall success of the program, comparing the actual evaluative outcomes with predetermined project objective has to be accomplished, with the combination yielding final positive results--retention tracks in the surgical ward of The Jackson Veteran Health Administration (JVHA) significantly reduced from the rate of 27% in less than a year. To ensure that such event is sustained over time, several parameters must be set, even after the elimination stage of the pilot... ?6.0 Decision-Making Strategies 6 Introduction 6.2 Project Maintenance, Revision and Extension 6.3 Project Data Dissemination and Feedback 6.5 Conclusion Decision-Making Strategies in Nurse Mentorship...
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Program Theory
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...programs are normally introduced in order to meet this need. However, it is important to note that this social polices/ programs will only become effective if the factors creating undesirable social outcome are correctly identified, and by implementing a strategy that is posed to have different set of outcomes that will positively affect each stakeholder in the society. Funnell and Rogers (2011, 58) stated that an effective social policy/ program needs to be able to overcome constraints arising... ?Solving the Unemployment Problem among Graduates Introduction With reference to the writings by Funnell and Rogers 34-36), they wrote that ina place where there is a dire social need, social policies or...
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Program Development
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...PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT In line with the action research design from which the pretest-post-test control methodology was chosen, proceed-precede model was also designed for use in the program. The basis of selecting this model is due to the fact that its processes are very much related to the methodology that was designed. For example the pretest requires a preceding form of data collection whiles the post-test requires a proceeding form of data collection. Such relation between the design and the model makes their match highly ideal and appropriate. Generally, the program is an action research, which requires the identification of a problem...
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Program Enhancement
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...program dealing with juveniles, and it offers a brief summary of the program, its mission, goals and effectiveness of the program. Lastly, the essay will state on areas where the program can be enhanced to make it more effective. First, it is vital to note that Edward (2004) describe a juvenile diversion program as program whereby young offenders get an opportunity for a differed judgment that prevents them from passing through the juvenile justice system. It is significant to note that diversion program is only offered to offenders of petty or minor crimes. The Teen Court juvenile diversion program Under this program... The Teen Court s Introduction This present essay mainly focuses on a diversion...
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Program development
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...Program Development Running Head: Program Development NEW HEALTH AWARENESS PROGRAM FOR WOMEN YEAR 2009 TO Program Development 2 Abstract This paper aims to present health awareness program for women with chronic illnesses focusing on heart disease, cancer and stroke. The paper will identify ways to identify the needs of a particular population in the community with focus on the mentioned illnesses. Further, short term and long terms goals of the health awareness program would be determined and plans for implementation would be discussed. Program Development ...
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Program Audit
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...Program Audit Number) May 6, (Faculty) Program Audit 0 Background Canyon High School is a four year high school located in the Santa Clarita community in California. The school is located in the Santa Clarita community on Nadal St. Santa Clarita, CA 91351. Furthermore, this lies in the William S. Hart Union High School District in Santa Clarita. The gates of Canyon High School were opened in 1968 and currently has a population of 3100 students ranging from grade 9 to 12 (Great Schools 1998-2015). Its professional staff includes 7172 teachers, six counselors and one counselor secretary. Besides provision of a wide variety of learning experiences, it also...
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Governmental Program
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...Program Introduction Medicare is the United s federal health insurance program that covers people who are 65 years or older or those under 65 years of age with certain disabilities and people of any age with end stage Renal disease, a permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a kidney transplant. The program is composed of four parts part A, B, C and D. Part A also called hospital insurance covers in patient care in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, hospice and home health care. In this section people do not pay a premium as it is usually paid for by a spouse under Medicare taxes. Part B also called medical Insurance helps cover doctors’ and other health care... budget and the same...
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Program evaluation
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...Program Program evaluation is the methodical acquisition and assessment of details to offer useful reviews about some object (Martland, 2011). It focuses on acquiring and evaluating details and also evaluating value or benefit because all evaluation work includes gathering and searching through data, making decisions about the credibility of the details and of implications we obtain from it, whether or not an evaluation is of value or benefit results (Augusta, 1990). The common objective of most assessments is to provide useful feedback to a wide range of viewers such as givers or sponsors, contributors, client-groups, directors, team, and other appropriate constituencies. There are two... ? Evaluation...
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Program Improvement
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...PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT PREPARED BY: CHIMA OKORO FOR: DR. GEORGE FRUNZI SUBMITTED BY: AUGUST 2ND Program Improvement This paper is a discussion of how the program ‘Training the Trainers’ that I proposed in the previous assignment could be improved. In this program, we will train all the professionals involved in education on how to undertake education research effectively. We can use several means to improve this program from its proposed state. According to Magyar (2010), improving a program increases its usefulness, value, implementation ease, quality, and impact. Therefore, by improving the program, we would be expecting to have a program that is more useful... , of higher quality and easier to...
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Diversion Program
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...Program Every one of us must have heard that human being is a social animal. So it's quite obvious that human behaves in certain ways which might cause harms to others; the way we see in animals that stronger dominates the weak one. Now these characteristics such as aggression, anger etc cannot be fully eliminated. So sociologists and criminal law makers developed a concept of diversion program which is generally thought to include relief to the courts, police departments and probation office to produce better outcomes compared to direct involvement of the court system, and an opportunity for the offender to avoid prosecution by completing various requirements for the program... Topic: Diversion Program...
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Proposed Program
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...program so as to meet USDA requirements, the ability to commit to offering a minimum of ninety (90) minutes per... Health Promotion and Health Education Methods of Investigation Pamela L. Yeager 2007-03-20 3. Method 3 Sampling Participants. The participants in this study will be entire schools and there will be no individual selection of students. The schools will be targeted based on their proximity to the study center as well as inherent characteristics. These characteristics include a higher than average obesity and absence rate among students when compared to other schools the ethnic distribution of the students, the ability of food services within the school to implement changes within the lunch...
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Safety program
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...program Based on the need to improve the profitability of a firm and the performance of the employees, it is vital for any organisation to come up with an appropriate safety program. A safety program entails adopting a safety culture that is focused at minimizing occurrence of accidents in the workplace. Four major aspects that Plant XYZ manufactures safety action plan will take into consideration includes creating a change, safety and health payoffs, management system and S& H integration as well as doing a safety and health check up. As indicated by the Plant XYZ 1998 estimated direct and indirect costs, the company incurred $984,000 in the first four months. This figure... 22nd February Safety...
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Program evaluation
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...Program Program evaluation is a procedural method of data collection, analysis and use to respond to the needs about the project policies, efficiency and its effectiveness in the society. The people in the society both the private and governmental sector will always demand to know the usefulness of the system they have voted in and funded for it both directly and indirectly. There are various methods of evaluation. These include process; impact, outcome, formative and among others. Evaluation helps to give solutions to problems such as how the program will be developed, the alternative to the current program, intended outcome. To answer such question evaluation has to be a done... by the...
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Program Evaluation
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...Program Evaluation Introduction Program evaluation is a method of collecting, assessing, analyzing and using the information in improving, implementing, and answering questions or outcomes of a program. Community assessment needs are highly important in that it is easy to identify the resources available in the community. After assessing the needs of the community, it will be easy to handle them by being given first priority. First priority is one of the objectives, which should be implemented after assessing the needs of the community (Rogers, 1999, p. 88). For example to curb the problem of obesity and diabetes, community gardening should be given the first priority, as it is the immediate...
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Mentorship program
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...Program Foundations 4.6. Conclusion 5.0. Project Evaluation Measures 5.1. Introduction 5.2. Relevant Outcome Measures 5.3. Value of Outcome Parameters 5.4. Evaluation Data and Resources 5.5. Evaluation Applicability 5.6. Conclusion Project Implementation Plan Introduction No formal model denotes standard implementation of nurse mentorship in health facilities. Salami (2010) presented both formal and informal mentorship as manifesting sufficient efficacy in reducing turnovers of nurses, where... the former is created through administrative partnership, while the latter is through unstructured mutual understanding. Marginally, the paper adapts formal mentoring program...
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Program Enhancement
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...Program Enhancement Program Enhancement The program that will be discussed in this essay is the Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP). The IAP is a “research-based approach to transitioning youth from confinement back into the community” (The Center for Delinquency and Crime Policy Studies, n.d.). The Program began in 1988 under the supervision of Dr. David Altschuler of the Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Troy Armstrong of the California State University, Sacramento and is funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) (The Center for Delinquency and Crime Policy Studies,...
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Mentoring Program
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...PROGRAM PROPOSAL Mentoring Program Mentoring Program Proposal Table of Contents Introduction 3 2. Program Structure 4 2.1. Choosing Participants 4 2.1.1. 360 Degree Evaluation 4 2.1.2. Team Leaders 5 2.1.3. Timetable 6 3. Managing Change 7 4. Motivation 8 5. Conclusion 9 1. Introduction Rouda and Kusy (1995) outline that organizational excellence is based mainly on human resources and only on people themselves depends the productivity of all the other resources such as physical, financial, and informational ones. They continue their thought with the idea that organized by the organization learning and training should be aimed at each person’s development, improvement... Running Head: MENTORING...
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Program Need
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...Program Need Of children ages six to eleven, approximately 30.3 percent are overweight, while 15.3 percent are obese. In adolescents, the percentage of overweight individuals is 30.4. 15.5 percent of adolescents are considered obese (Obesity in Youth, 2005). In addition, hospital costs due to childhood obesity rose from $35 million in 1979 to $127 million in 1999. Childhood obesity is a factor in eight to forty-five percent of newly diagnosed type II diabetes cases and has caused sixty percent of children to have risk factors for heart disease (Childhood Obesity, 2003). The effects caused by childhood obesity include both health difficulties and psychosocial...
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Program Management
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...Program Management I am also interested in Major Global Programs of technological modernization in big corporations, the kind of programs looking to increase productivity through savings using features such as a driver technology. The main challenge when implementing a tech portfolio is the difficulty of shifting the entire enterprise into the new processes and technologies before it becomes obsolete. I am particularly interested in a Game Changer Program of Projects in the Corporation* that will have great impact particularly in improving the working methodologies for all the users in the company thus increase productivity. This program began in January 2009 and is supposed to be completed... ? Program...
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Safety program
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...PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION Difference between ity, Responsibility And Accountability Safety Management System (SMS) Safety Management System (SMS) is comprehensive set of coordinated processes designed to direct and control resources to ensure optimum safety. Used as a management tool for managing risk by an organization an SMS needs to be effective and clear to every employee with their willing involvement, ownership of assigned responsibilities and recognition of established accountabilities. It is the responsibility of the senior management to safeguard employees working under their umbrella. They would be held accountable if lack of safety management tools would result in an unfortunate... ? SAFETY...
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Program reflection
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...Program Reflection [Your The management program undertaken by me has really been helpful as it has given me a wider understanding of the subject and now I believe I can better understand management concepts and apply them to real life scenarios practically. Invaluable contribution has been done to my knowledge by the the courses I have taken during this program and is is essential that I list them down right now. MGT 415 Group Behavior In Organizations PHI 445 Personal And Organizational Ethics BUS 303 Human Resources Management MGT 435 Organizational Change COM 425 Communication In Organizations There were several important concepts and theories that I came across during these courses... Management...
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FEA program
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...programs exist depending on the field of application. For example, when dealing with simulation of circuits a program like Circuit Maker or in animation, Autodesk are just a few examples. In this assignment, the learner utilizes Ansys Workbench as the Computer Aided Engineering simulation program. The main reason for utilization... of this software program is such that it will be possible to show divergent aspects of a simulation including loading, constraints, and cosmos to analysis and component performance. The beauty of this exemplification is in the fact that all the simulation is done in the context of engineering thus it becomes possible to understand various aspects...
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LEO Program
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Program Proposal
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...Program Proposal The proposed program Increased Vegetable and Fruit Consumption for Breast Cancer Prevention is a Public Health and Community Nutrition intervention aimed at minimising risk of breast cancer applicable to 12-18 years old adolescent girls from low-income families (
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Discipleship Program
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...programs for evangelism and discipleship... Introduction The natural direction of evangelism should be towards discipleship. "We are to share our faith," according to Dr. Mike Henderson, "and tell nonbelievers about the wonderful changes Jesus Christ has made in our lives."i As our minds are filled with the knowledge of salvation and God's immense love, an outpouring of Divine Grace inspires us to seek others who, themselves are in need of redemption. The challenge though for us is how to organize our efforts and resources in order to effectively communicate God's message of love and hope, and therefore serve as beacon that can guide people towards the path of liberation (from sin). This is where...
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Masters Program
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...program. I have good people skills, communication skills, and I am a team player. I sharpen my organizational skills through years of office work. An experience in my life that helped me develop my customer service skills was working as a flight attendant for a major airline. I have also worked in the sales department of a real estate company. I want to study... ? I am very excited for the opportunity to study the integrated marketing MS degree at New York I have always been interest in the business world. As a young girl I would buy inexpensive cookies from the corner store which I would repackage in pretty pink cellophane and sold them to my accommodating neighbors. I am an excellent candidate for the...
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Gifted Program
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...Program Many s seek to offer a gifted and talented program as part of the services they offer to the educational community.This is because there are some students who have needs that cannot be provided by standard schooling and have talents and gifts that need to be recognized and nurtured (Public Law Act, 2002). The Federal definition of a gifted or talented individual is given as one who shows ‘evidence of high achievement capability in areas such as intellectual, creative, artistic, or leadership capacity, or in specific academic fields, and who need services or activities not ordinarily provided by the school in order to fully develop those capabilities’ (Public Law Act, 2002... Gifted and Talented...
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Behavioural Program
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...program The program This behavioral program... Introduction The case study is a six year old girl with behavioral issues. She frequently, throws temper tantrums both in public places and at home. When she goes shopping with her parents, Claire will run around the aisles uncontrollably and will place lots of junk food in the shopping trolley. At the end of the shopping experience, Claire will persistently ask for chocolate and when she does not get it, then this is the point where she begins her tantrums. She acts in the same manner while at school. When she wants her colleagues’ toys and they protest, then she begins throwing temper tantrums to have her way thus forcing her playmates to give in to her...
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Program Proposal
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...PROGRAM PROPOSAL………………………...………………………….2 1 Rationale or Justification...………………………………………………..3 2 of the Target Group………………………..…………….…..5 1.3 Prerequisite Knowledge and Skills……………………………………....5 1.4 General Learning Objectives………………………………………….6 1.6 Aims…………………………………………………………………………7 1.7 Content/Process Outline…………………………………………………..8 1.8 Plan for the Transfer of Learning…………………………………………9 1.9 Budget Proposal……………………………………………………..…….16 1.9.1 Budget Proposal…………………………………………………..……...16 1. Cost of Design (Development)………………………………….………16 2. Cost of Delivery (Implementation)……………………………….……..17 3. Instructional Cost Index (Design Ratio)………………………….…….18... 1.9.2...
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Arts Program
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...programs Arts program success vary from science or a math program success in that in the arts programs, complement some basic skills in reading, writing skills and also with the development of language. Through arts, students can do letter associates. Arts program are also successful because students can be able to engage arts which act as a media for communication and connection (McAnew, C. 2013). One of the success measuring benchmarks of an art program is through art which act as a media for individual and also... FINE ART Part one. In the current educational system, are normally given major academic content so as to achieve bothin school and life after school. This is done through science and arts...
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Mentorship program
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...Program Foundations 4.6. Conclusion 5.0. Project Evaluation Measures 5.1. Introduction 5.2. Relevant Outcome Measures 5.3. Value of Outcome Parameters 5.4. Evaluation Data and Resources 5.5. Evaluation Applicability 5.6. Conclusion Project Implementation Plan Introduction No formal model denotes standard implementation of nurse mentorship in health facilities. Salami (2010) presented both formal and informal mentorship as manifesting sufficient efficacy in reducing turnovers of nurses, where the former... ?Outline of Topics 4.0. Project Implementation Plan 4 Introduction 4.2. General Steps in Implementation 4.3. Resource Identification 4.4. Project Assessment Tools 4.5. Theoretical and Practical Program...
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Training Program
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...Program Company Background Apple Incorporation is an American company that is among the world’s leading companies in the productions of electronics and related peripherals. The company’s main line of operation is production of computer softwares and other related electronics such as mobile phones among other gadgets. The company has been expanding and increasing is presence in many countries, it is estimated that at the start of 2014, it had established close to 400 retail stores in more than 15 countries worldwide. In addition, the company has developed online stores to appeal to clients who do shopping online, on this stores, the company sells computer hardware as well as different other... Training...
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Bilingual program
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...PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL What Makes a Bilingual Education Program Successful Introduction According to the Columbia Encyclopedia (2006), bilingual education is the use of more than one language as the medium of instruction in the United States, as provided the Bilingual Education Act of 1968 and a 1974 Supreme Court decision mandating help for students with limited English proficiency by requiring instruction in the native languages of students. The main professional organization advocating for bilingual education in the United States is the National Association for Bilingual Education (NABE), founded in 1975. The mission of NABE is to cultivate a multilingual... Running Head: WHAT MAKES A BILINGUAL EDUCATION...
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Justification program
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...Program Justification of Food Waste Program Introduction Until recently, food wastagehas not been taken seriously, as it was disposed in the general way using macerators. However, with the advent Food Waste Regulations, managers have began to see that the food wastes dwarves the management costs and it all lies in the cost of the food itself, the fuel used, how it is served and staff costs needed to prepare it (Small, 2014). I have seen that this is an issue the hospital management should consider because it can help to reduce food waste, food costs, and maintain high hygienic standards. I have noticed that even the most conscious commercial kitchen... Justification and Sustainability of Food Waste...
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FEA program
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...programs exist depending on the field of application. For example, when dealing with simulation of circuits, a program such as Circuit Maker or, in animation, Autodesk are just a few examples. In this assignment, the learner utilizes Ansys Workbench as the Computer Aided Engineering simulation program. The main reason for utilization of this software program... of regularity or irregularity of the meshes relative to the node network in the element (Mori, Osakada & Takaoka 1996). In utilizing the computer aided design simulation program, it is imperative to predefine the expected outcome and the boundary conditions that must be adhered to. Boundary conditions are set to ensure...
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MySQL program
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...program Executive Summary This is a discussion paper that analyzes the importance of MySQL progam in an organization. To discuss the paper strategic role of the system to a company, business needs driving the need of the system and the information used in the system are analyzed. Introduction A database system is a kind of computer application that is devised to deal with several data, but to keep those data in such a manner that retrieving any snippet of information is proficient than if one just discarded them anyhow all over the location. Finding and retrieving these stored data needs a method with a potential to selectively find the accurate data (MySQL is one of such software). MySQL...
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Program evaluation
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...Program Program evaluation is the methodical acquisition and assessment of details to offer useful reviews about some object (Martland, 2011). It focuses on acquiring and evaluating details and also evaluating value or benefit because all evaluation work includes gathering and searching through data, making decisions about the credibility of the details and of implications we obtain from it, whether or not an evaluation is of value or benefit results (Augusta, 1990). The common objective of most assessments is to provide useful feedback to a wide range of viewers such as givers or sponsors, contributors, client-groups, directors, team, and other appropriate constituencies. There are two... Evaluation...
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Immersion Program
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...Program Fred Genesee’s “Integrating Language and Content: Lessons from Immersion” (1994) is astudy looking into the language immersion programs offered primarily in Canada as a means of teaching English-speaking students the nation’s other official language, French. The study revealed several important lessons that can be learned by other countries attempting to achieve language integration. These lessons are not unique to immersion programs exclusively, but are applicable to all types of second language acquisition classes. As a result of this analysis, it can be deduced why this particular immersion program was so successful in accomplishing its goals. The first lesson learned... ...
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Audit Program
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...program [Insert al affiliation] FIXED ASSETS AUDIT PROGRAMM (PROCEDURE Obtain an understanding of the client’s policies and procedures with respect to capitalization and Depreciation methods used. 2. Obtain from the client a summary of fixed assets and related depreciation showing the following information: a. Classification of major classes of property such Delivery car, Workstation. Display case, Laptop and building b. Asset balances at the beginning of the year c. Asset additions during the year d. Retirements and disposals during the year e. Other changes during the year (reclassifications) f. Asset balance at the end of the year g. Depreciation method (Straight line... Audit...
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MBO program
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...program works and describe the six steps involved in this type of program. MBO (Management by Objectives) is a process whereby a consensus between managers and employees on business objectives is brought about. The term Management by Objectives was first coined by management Guru Peter Drucker in his book The Practice of Management published in 1954. The core of the system is the belief that by making employees active participants in the goal setting process, they are more likely to accomplish the goals. A periodic appraisal of actual employee performance against previously agreed upon standards would indicate the degree to which employees have succeeded in achieving those goals... ?Explain how an MBO...
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