Information Governance.

research the topic of “Information Governance”.  In this research project you will have to write a 15 page paper on any subject about Information Governance.  You can pick a subject that you want on the subject of Information Governance (i.e. History of Information Governance, Laws for Information Governance, etc)  You must use APA style of writing, with 15 or more references.

Remember,  one inch margins, double space and times new roman font

Describe the factors that contribute to improved teacher training in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.

Review section 5.4 in your text, “Improved Teacher Training and Professionalism.” Your text shares a multitude of examples that demonstrate an increase of quality in teacher training. 

Describe at least three factors (e.g., normal schools broadened their curricula to the training of secondary school teachers, requirement of the completion of high school to be admitted to college for teacher training, teachers must have a bachelor’s degree, development and growth of teacher training courses, Herbartianism, teacher certification, and teacher organizations) that contribute to improved teacher training in the late-19th and early-20th centuries. Select one contribution and determine if it is still prevalent today. Explain how you could improve on this contribution by using technology in your own classroom or school situation. 

Does school segregation persist today?

 EDU 506 Case 2
Select one of the U.S. Supreme Court cases from the background reading and write a 3- to 4-page analysis of the case that contains the following information:

What is the factual background of the case? (this section of the paper should be clear and brief).
What is the legal issue in the case?
What does the court decide?
What is the court’s reasoning/justification for their decision?
What are the implications of this case for today’s educational leaders? (this section of the paper should be at least one full page).

Assignment Expectations
 Your work should demonstrate the following:

At least 3-4 pages, not counting the title page and references.
A clear introduction that orients a reader to the essay main content, and the main points discussed.
A well-developed, well-balanced essay body that develops each point in its own paragraph.
A concise conclusion that summarizes the whole essay.
Include at least three references. Quoted material should not exceed 10% of the total paper (since the focus of these assignments is critical thinking). Use your own words and build on the ideas of others. When material is copied verbatim from external sources, it MUST be enclosed in quotes. The references should be cited within the text and also listed at the end of the assignment in the References section. Follow the APA Style® format, see
At least one in-text citation for each reference.
General format/mechanics.
A reference page which follows APA requirements.
Organized in a clear and coherent manner.
Double spaced with font size of 12.

Your writing should:

Be clear, logical, and precise.
Have breadth and depth.
Show critical-thinking skills.

For your Module 2 SLP, you are building on the PowerPoint presentation you started in Module 1. Read the SLP overview contained in Module 1 if you have not done so already. The topic of Module 2 is Equal Protection, so you should integrate the legal material (laws, cases, etc.) from the background readings into your information about your chosen institution. Keep in mind that this information should be presented as information that your audience (identified in Module 1) needs to know, so you should provide enough explanation/discussion (likely in the notes section) so that your audience understands how this information pertains to them.
For Module 2, create the following slides (for a total of 11 slides):

1 title slide
2 slides about equity issues related to funding at your institution
3 slides about equity for students with disabilities at your institution
2 slides about desegregation/affirmative action at your institution (can be present day or historical)
2 slides about gender/race discrimination at your institution
1 reference slide

SLP Assignment Expectations
All slides except the title slide and reference slide(s) should utilize the notes section to elaborate on the points made on each slide. In order to be visible and clear for your audience, you should limit the amount of text on each slide, and you can utilize the notes section to add more detail (think of the notes as the part you would speak aloud if actually delivering the presentation). Accurate spelling and grammar is expected. Use proper APA formatting for in-text citations and your references slide(s)

EDU 506 Discussion

 Read the Strauss (2015) article and watch the imbedded TEDx Talk by Leslie Hinkson and respond to the question: Does school segregation persist today? Use points made in the TEDx Talk and other background readings to support your response. Respond to at least 3 classmates’ posts (by posing thoughtful questions, extending their arguments, incorporating sources, and otherwise adding to the substance of their posts; your responses should not merely repeat what others have said). 

Governmental influences affecting a child and family development professions.

A growing debate among Child and Family Development professionals today is how much influence the federal government should have over (1) how American families are defined and (2) how much autonomy these families should have in raising their children.  For this Forum, articulate and justify your opinion in this debate.  Be sure to use examples to clarify your position. Be sure to properly cite whatever facts or research you are using to back up your opinions.
Remember, you MUST articulate and justify an opinion – you cannot say something like “I don’t know” or “I’m not sure.”
The purpose of this assignment is to make you aware of the larger governmental influences affecting the child and family development professions. (400 words)

Discuss the theories and/or philosophies that reflect how you envision your classroom and curriculum.

Week 4 – Assignment
Final Paper Outline
Review the Final Paper instructions in Week Five. Submit an outline that identifies the age group you have chosen for your Final Paper and provide a brief description of each philosophy/theory you have chosen for your Final Paper. Cite your text and at least two other scholarly sources. This assignment should include:
a. A title page
b. Identification of the age group you have chosen
c. A description of the philosophies/theories you have chosen for the final paper
d. A reference page
Your outline (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. should be one to two pages in length, not including the title page and reference page. The outline (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (as well as the title page and reference page) should be formatted according to APA style (Links to an external site.)Links to an external outlined in your approved style guide.

This paper should be a combination of philosophies, theories, and concepts learned in this course, and demonstrate how they apply to the early childhood classroom. The primary focus will be on the comprehensiveness of the many components that are necessary to consider when designing curriculum for a preschool or young child’s classroom.
For the Final Paper

Select an age group (Pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, etc.).
Identify and discuss the three theories and/or philosophies that reflect how you envision your classroom and curriculum. 
Provide a summary of the concepts you will teach in each academic area (math, reading, science, and the fine arts). 
Describe two specific activities for each academic area that will demonstrate how you will teach these concepts in a way that is representative of both the theories/philosophies you discussed and NAEYC or state standards.

Strengths in communicating across cultures?

Assignment: Your Intercultural Competence Journey: Final Reflection
The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.
 – Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss), American writer, poet, and cartoonist
In many ways, the quest for intercultural competence resembles a journey. When you first started this course, you may have already had some concepts of communication and culture to aid you in your travels in intercultural communication. As you progressed through the learning experiences of the last 4 weeks, you have hopefully added many additional understandings of communication and culture to improve your intercultural competence. Now, where will you journey with your newly developed intercultural competence knowledge and skills?
As you consider the knowledge and skills you have gained, consider the contexts in which you interact with other cultures every day. How might intercultural competence benefit you personally and professionally going forward? In this Final Reflection, you evaluate your experiences in this course and how you can apply this knowledge in the future.

To prepare for this Assignment:

Review your papers from Weeks 2–5. What are some of the key areas of learning that you gained from the course so far? After using the BASIC and D-I-E tools in the Week 2 Assignment, how have you changed your cultural perceptions and ways of communicating with other cultures?
Consider what you have learned from this course. What have you learned about yourself? What do you consider as your strengths in communicating across cultures? What are the areas that you need to work on developing in order to become more interculturally competent?
Bring to mind an experience in which you interacted with someone from another culture since beginning this course. What knowledge have you already been able to apply to your experiences with people from other cultures? How might you use your knowledge of intercultural communication and competency to improve upon your intercultural interactions in the future?
Reflect on how you can apply your knowledge to other areas of your life. What do you see as some of the challenges you will face when you communicate with people of other cultures? How might you anticipate and overcome these challenges? What application does this course have to you personally and professionally? How can you benefit your community and society at large by implementing the methods and tools of intercultural communication and competency?

Submit a 3- page paper in which you:

Describe the changes you have seen in your perceptions of and reactions to interactions with other cultures. Use your Week 2 Assignment paper and the BASIC and D-I-E tools as the basis of your response.
Explain two or three key elements that you have learned about yourself and your culture. In addition to these elements, identify the strengths you have noticed about your communication with other cultures, as well as the areas in which you need to work to become more interculturally competent.
Using the example you brought to mind in the “To prepare” section above, describe how you have already been able to apply knowledge gained from this course in a real-world experience.
Considering your personal and professional life, articulate how you might use your knowledge of intercultural communication to be an effective communicator across cultures. Define the challenges that you may face when you interact with other cultures in the future, and anticipate how you might overcome these challenges.
Conclude by summarizing how your learning from this course, your experiences interacting with other cultures, and the concept of how being interculturally competent will benefit your community and society in an increasingly globalized, multicultural context.

Consider why the medium of literature will continue to be important for women to express social issues and concerns.

Throughout this course, you have explored the use of various forms of literature to understand areas of women’s life experience. Consider how each author achieved a piece of a social change vision through her work. Looking at the topics and literature collectively, how will you regard women’s literature after this course has ended? Are you eager to explore the works of a particular author further? When reading literature in the future, you might consider intentions or outcomes related to social change.
To prepare for this Assignment:

Consider the form and style of the literature you have been exposed to throughout this course.
Review literary techniques in the “Glossary of Terms and Techniques for Literature and Creative Writing” document, located in this week’s Learning Resources. What techniques have been particularly appealing to you as a reader?
Review assignments throughout this course. What insights have you gained from the readings, the Discussions, and the Assignments with regard to women’s literature and social change? What resonated deeply and why?

The Assignment:
Write a literary piece in a form used in this course (essay, personal narrative, short story, poem, song lyrics) that summarizes your learning from the readings, research, Assignments, and Discussion activities in this course. Address the following items in your work:

In light of the resources you have been exposed to throughout this course, in what ways is women’s literatureimportant to efforts for social change?
Consider why the medium of literature will continue to be important for women to express social issues and concerns. What future trends do you foresee in women’s literature?
Include three new insights you gained from this course.

The Reflection must be a substantive piece of literature 1–2 pages in length.

Ramifications of a proposed study for both business practice and promoting positive social change.

This assignment, will require you to develop major components of Section 1 of the Doctoral Study according to the DBA Doctoral Study Rubric standards.

To prepare for this Assignment, review page 5 in the DBA Doctoral Study Prospectus Guide, as well as Section 1.13 of the Doctoral Study Rubric and Research Handbook for details on the Significance of the Study. Consider the ramifications of your proposed study for both business practice and promoting positive social change.

Submit your Doctoral Study Prospectus draft, using the Doctoral Study Template, and include the following elements:

Problem Statement
Purpose Statement
Nature of the Study
Central Research Question and Interview Questions (qualitative) or Research Question(s) and Hypotheses (quantitative)
Theoretical/Conceptual Framework
Significance of the Study
Review of the Professional and Academic Literature
Minimum of 10 peer-reviewed references

Please refer to the DBA Doctoral Study Prospectus Guide for more specific information about the length/requirements for each component in the Doctoral Study Prospectus.
Note: Be sure to use the Doctoral Study Template, found in this week’s Required Readings, to complete this Assignment. Also, refer to the Week 7 Assignment Rubric for specific grading elements and criteria. Your Instructor will use this rubric to assess your work.

Discuss how to collaborate with specific stakeholders in a school who can facilitate a successful transition.

While language of mandated-reporter statutes across the country varies by state, the essence is consistent. As a mandated reporter, a school counselor must make a report if there is suspicion of abuse, neglect, self-harm, or harm to others. One significant difference is to whom the school counselor reports suspicion of abuse, neglect, or harm. 
It is vital that school counselors in training understand their state laws. Identifying the issue and directing the family to resources are only the first part of the response. Eventually, a student will return to school, and a school counselor plays a vital role in that process. The effects of a crisis, disaster, or trauma can have particular long-term implications for diverse students; therefore, school counselors must be mindful of multicultural considerations in their responses to risk assessment.
This assignment meets CACREP 2016 Standards 2. F 3g, 2. F 5k, 2. F 5l, 2 F. 7c, and School Counseling Standard SC. 2i, SC 3l.
Assignment Directions
Based on the unit readings, the two media resources, and the laws of your state, explain your understanding of suicide risk assessment, trauma identification, and awareness of the signs and symptoms of substance abuse as well as indications of exposure to others’ substance abuse at home.

Identify the assessment strategies used in the video and discuss what additional questions should be asked in a risk assessment for suicide, trauma, or for signs of living in a home where substance abuse occurs.
Identify the level of risk you assigned to Jana, your thoughts on the feedback presented in the media resource Suicide Risk Assessment Response, and the action you would take based on your state law.

Next, examine intervention strategies for connecting a family to community resources, reintegrating a student to school, and collaborating with key stakeholders to ensure a successful transition. Assume the role of the school counselor in this scenario and complete the following:

Outline specific strategies to promote the family’s understanding of and access to community resources.
Discuss strategies to help Jana integrate back into school when she returns from treatment.
Discuss how to collaborate with specific stakeholders in the school who can facilitate a successful transition.

Knowing that crisis or trauma can have specific, lasting implications for diverse people, it is important to consider the aforementioned steps from a multicultural perspective. For the next part, choose an ethnicity other than your own and different from the one presented in the video. Then, examine risk assessment from a multicultural perspective, addressing potential long-term effects, identifying potential barriers, and recommending strategies for overcoming them.

Describe in detail how this assessment would differ when assessing the level of risk of a student of color. Be specific in the questions you would ask and the evaluation of the risk level. 
Explain how you would work with the family. What challenges or barriers do you anticipate and how would you overcome them? 
Examine what specific concerns a school counselor should address regarding the long-term effects of the crisis on someone with this ethnic background.

Refer to the Suicide Risk Assessment Scoring Guide for the grading criteria for this assignment.
Submission Requirements

Written communication: Written communication is free of errors that detract from the overall message.
APA: Resources and citations are formatted according to current APA guidelines.
Format: All assignments must be submitted in one of the three acceptable formats: DOC, DOCX, or PDF.
Resources: Use a minimum of 5 scholarly articles.
Length: 3–5 double-spaced, typed pages.
Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.


List and discuss the factors that affect interaction among students and between students and the instructor in an e-Learning class.

 “Key Stakeholders and Interaction in E-Learning”  Please respond to the following:

Describe the roles of four key stakeholders in an e-Learning environment, namely students, instructors, administrators, and technical support staff, and the challenges and leadership roles they face and play.  
List and discuss at least three factors that affect interaction among students and between students and the instructor in an e-Learning class.

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