Discuss how three (3) of the specific qualitative research paradigms could be used to study this topic.

 
Forum Question: Select from one of the two sets of questions (Paradigms and the Belmont Report)
 
1) Paradigms
Identify a sociological topic of interest to you.  Access the “Common Paradigms” link.
Discuss how three (3) of the specific qualitative research paradigms could be used to study this topic.
Are some paradigms better suited for certain topics?  
Which paradigm(s) raise the biggest ethical concerns?
2) Belmont Report – Access the Belmont link in the course material
Explain what led to the creation of the Belmont Report?
What are the ethical considerations in research?
Explain the three principles of ethics?

What are some best practices (actions) in creating and presenting a strengths based and culturally aware program for the diverse families served in programs today?

Family life education is relevant across the lifespan, is inclusive of all types of families, and is designed to meet the needs of the target audience (Arcus, Schvaneveldt, & Moss, 1993).
In regard to diverse audiences, program content must be culturally appropriate in order to be effective. Family life educators must determine the appropriate scope of their program and establish the relevance, or applicability, to their audience (NCFR, 2010b).

Given, the stated fact presented and in reflecting on your reading coupled with outside research, what are some best practices (actions) in creating and presenting a strengths based and culturally aware program for the diverse families served in programs today? Share and discuss at least 3.

References
Arcus, M. E., Schvaneveldt, J. D., & Moss, J. J. (1993). The nature of family life education. In M. E. Arcus, J. D. Schvaneveldt, & J. J. Moss (Eds.),Handbook of family life education: Foundations of family life education (pp. 1-25). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
National Council on Family Relations (NCFR). (2010b). Family life education content areas: Content and practice guidelines. Retrieved from the NCFR website.

Definition of Assistive Technology (AT) and how a student qualifies for AT.

Write a 750-1,000-word essay about assistive technology that includes the following:

Definition of Assistive Technology (AT) and how a student qualifies for AT (discuss the Assistive Technology Act);
Explanation of how AT is used in assessment practices and progress monitoring
Description of the two assistive technology tools to aid with specific disabilities in the early childhood setting

Use 3-5 scholarly resources within your essay.

What is learning? Why is learning important to human beings? Why is studying learning important?

 

A reflection essay. In Unit 2, we discussed these questions: What is learning? Why is learning important to human beings? Why is studying learning important? After a semester’s learning, have you changed your thoughts? Based on your current understanding of learning and instruction, write an essay to discuss this central question: Why is studying learning important? In your essay, focus on describing your understanding of the questions: What is learning? What is instruction? How are learning and instruction related to each other? Why is studying learning important? You do not have to focus on a specific type of learning or learning theories. However, you should clearly define terminology important to the study of learning, such as epistemology, philosophy, theory, principle, learning theory, instructional theory, and instructional design. A rubric specifying the grading criteria is provided below. The instructor will use the criteria in the rubric to evaluate your essay. Maximum three pages. Include references to support your thoughts. (100 points)

Reflection Paper Rubric
CRITERIA
Explanation
Points Possible
Points Earned
Introduction
Includes a clear statement of essay purpose
10
Why studying learning is important
You should respond to the prompt establish by the instructor: Why is studying learning important? Your writing should reflect your original thoughts on the topic being discussed. Your points of views are supported with details or concrete examples.
50
Conclusions
Provides a conclusion of your essay. The conclusion should summarize the main things you want your readers to know after reading the essay.
10
Interest Level
Vocabulary varied, supporting details vivid, generally well written with smooth and consistent transitions, etc.; graphics are a plus, but not required; the same for color.
10
Grammar & Spelling
All grammar and spelling are correct, that is, no errors.
10
Format
Follows closely APA formatting/style as well as the specific instructions contained in the Syllabus.
10
Total
100

Discuss ten (10) principles that characterize the practice of reflection.

  
· Ghaye discusses ten (10) principles that characterize the practice of reflection. Choose one (1) principle, and propose one (1) approach that you would take in order to apply the chosen principle within your professional setting. Include one (1) example of a scenario which demonstrates the successful application of the chosen principle to support your proposal.
· Suggest two to three (2-3) ways in which you could apply reflective conversations within your current or prospective work environment. Justify your response.

Renaissance Period: Listen to the “Gloria”(https://youtu.be/mUiYFNIIl8stiming )0

Renaissance Period:
Listen to the “Gloria”(https://youtu.be/mUiYFNIIl8stiming )0:00 to 5:07 from Palestrina’s Pope Marcellus Mass.
Answer using these 5 criteria by describing the attributes of this musical selection.

Recognize and describe the use of rhythm, tempo, dynamics, melody, harmony, timbre, texture, and form by pairing each musical term with adjectives.  Examples might be rich harmony, thick texture, fast tempo, or even triumphant dynamics or menacing melody.
Develop a conclusion as to what the composer was trying to represent in the music.
Interpret the compositions emotional value.  Does the music express joy, fear, greatness, pleasure, optimism, or sadness?
Evaluate the compositions creative qualities.  What makes this composition a valuable work of art?
Analyze the compositions personal effect on you.  How does this work express aspects of the human condition?  Does the music suggest a philosophy for living?

What does it mean to be created in the image of God?

After viewing the “Presentation: What does it mean to be created in the image of God?”, please describe one reflection that you had not thought about before.  Each description should be 4–5 sentences. 

After viewing the “Presentation: Understanding Other Worldviews”, please describe one reflection that you had not thought about before.  Each description should be 4–5 sentences

After viewing the “Presentation: What is a Worldview?”, give the main idea presented and explain how it has impacted your worldview in 4–5 sentences. 

After viewing the “Presentation: What does it mean to be created in the image of God?”, give the main idea presented and explain how it has impacted your worldview in 4–5 sentences. 

After viewing the “Presentation: What is a Worldview?”, please describe one reflection that you had not thought about before.  Each description should be 4–5 sentences. 

After viewing the “Presentation: Understanding Other Worldviews”, give the main idea presented and explain how it has impacted your worldview in 4–5 sentences. 

Go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=70&v=8dOi2fp8Rns

Go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMMuigttp08

What are some of your personal biases that may influence your facilitation?

  
Outreach Empowerment Diversity” Please respond to the following:Consider the following situation:
You walk into your office and you hear co-workers talking about a recent situation where the police arrested and killed a young African American man. Your team is really divided on this 
You breathe a sigh of relief when the conversation ends, and everyone goes back to work. Soon after, your manager comes to you issue. There are some individuals who believe that the police are corrupt and using racial profiling to identify and harm citizens based on their race. 
There are still others who feel that the young Black men who were attacked provoked the police and that racial profiling is ridiculous. There are still other co-workers who are intimidated by the entire conversation and just hang their heads and avoid the discussion. 
to inquire what was the conversation all about. 
Discussion 
As the new director of diversity education, it’s part of your responsibility to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on these topics. For this discussion activity, describe how you could facilitate a dialogue regarding this topic. 
What types of things would you need to be mindful of? What strategies could you use before, during, and after any kind of a dialogue/workshop? 
How would you create a safe space where all could feel heard and respected? 
What are some of your personal biases that may influence your facilitation?

please provide reference

Book reference 
Adams, M., Bell, L.A., & Griffin, P. (2016) Teaching for Diversity and Social Justice (3rd Edition). New York, NY: Routledge. 

Challenges in Relationships .

 Journal 3: Challenges in Relationships – examine a specific relationship challenge you are now or have faced in a relationship with a friend/family member/romantic partner.

Three theories or concepts for analysis**
2 single spaced pages in length
The description section should be no more than 1 page in length
Use only concepts/theories from Chapter 10 for this entry

 
Journal Guidelines
Each entry MUST be organized exactly as outlined below:
Description
Context: Type the context at the top of this section (you will write the context of the interaction – where and when it occurred.) If you are unsure of what we mean by context of interpersonal interactions, read about it online and in the text. Remember, we use theory to explain, not general terms. For the Challenges Entry, your incident will focus on just one challenge from the following: jealousy, termination of a relationship, the impact of distance on a relationship, or deception. See the textbook and online lessons for information about how theories and concepts help us understand challenges in important relationships.
Interaction: Here, write the actual event, giving enough detail of what occurred so the analysis will be easily understood. Most people find it easier to write in a narrative form rather than a dialogue form, but it is your choice. The “Description” portion is about ½ page in length.
Analysis
Concept/Theory: Begin by writing the name of the theory or concept (USE CAPS AND bold face so it is obvious to me) and write a 1 or 2 sentence explanation of the theory or concept, so it is clear you know what the theory or concept means. The theory or concept you choose should come directly from the chapter applying to the lesson. So, for the conflict journal, the theories and concepts you use to analyze your experience should come from the chapter dealing with conflict.
Application: Now, APPLY the theory or concept to the event you have described above. In this area you will explain why this theory or concept helps us to understand the interaction YOU PROVIDED IN THE “Description.”
NOTE: Short entries will lose points
***NO FLUFF – I want theory application.