When you go into many stores, cashiers frequently ask you if you have your courtesy or loyalty card. Companies use these cards to keep track of you, your purchases, and more. How much do these companies know about you? What are they doing with the information?
You had lunch with your supervisor on two separate occasions in which she shared some personal issues with you she is facing. However, when you are in the office she speaks to you in a way that you find extremely disrespectful, both in front of other employees and when its just the two of you.
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Respond to Peers: By Day 7, respond to at least two of your classmates’ initial posts. Your peer responses should be substantive and at least 100 words each. They must demonstrate critical thinking. For example, compare your post to a classmates post that takes a contrary position. If you are arguing voter fraud is a major problem then contrast your argument to a classmate that argues voter ID laws are designed to suppress voting, or vice versa.
Select two books for each age group, Birth to Age 5/Pre-K and K to Age 8/Grade 3. Choose one book for each age group that is an award winning book (Caldecott Medal or Newbery Medal) and one that is not.
International Considerations Scenario [WLO: 2] [CLOs: 1, 2, 3, 5]
As you read, make notes about your reactions, assumptions, implications, arguments, questions (see prompts in instructions) The idea of personal responses are to engage in thoughtful internal dialogue about the idea of global issues and education. You should attempt, in your understanding of the readings to get underneath what you read in order to understand the social, political, and cultural underpinnings of the issues. Reading critically involves more than understanding the words or liking or disliking the texts; critical reading requires reflection.
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The effects of medication in children with disabilities and disorders.