The self-selected book should focus on one of the social studies strands.

Book Review of Self-Selected Recommended Book Write a 3-to-5-page summary of the book you recommend to your peers. Include your opinion of the book and whether it is a valuable book for learning about history and social science. Include a list of several World Wide websites relating to your recommended book. The self-selected book should… Continue reading The self-selected book should focus on one of the social studies strands.

Summarize the article by critically analyzing the article for classroom purposes and application. 

Read the attached article on The Power of Active Citizenship: A Renewed Focus On Teaching Civics Education.  Summarize the article by critically analyzing the article for classroom purposes and application.  Critique the article by telling why you liked or disliked the article and pose a thought-provoking question to your peers.  copy and paste The Power… Continue reading Summarize the article by critically analyzing the article for classroom purposes and application. 

What science lessons should students take away from the lesson?

Choose a science topic that you are relatively familiar with that you think could be best illustrated through movement. Examples include the life cycle of a frog or butterfly, the solar system, elements of the Periodic Table, etc.  Create a lesson plan using the GSU template provided for how you would use the Elements of… Continue reading What science lessons should students take away from the lesson?

Please develop a flowchart of the national cranberry’s process with major steps.

 Submit a report of no more than one page answering the following question: Read the Quinte MRI case, and identify steps/resources in the Quinte MRI’s own process (i.e., not including processes outside of Quinte MRI’s own operations such as transcription etc.), and develop a flowchart of the process. Calculate the capacity for each resource in the flowchart.… Continue reading Please develop a flowchart of the national cranberry’s process with major steps.

Participant demographic data (name, age, gender, location, education etc.)

One of the ways in which usability professionals collect data, and for that matter academic professionals, is the use of a survey instrument. In this assignment, you’ll create a paper-based survey instrument evaluating a mobile application or Website. In the assignment, you are expected to include:  Participant Demographic Data (Name, Age, Gender, Location, Education etc.)… Continue reading Participant demographic data (name, age, gender, location, education etc.)

Apa (no cover, no abstract, only references needed)

DESIGN A SURVEY: Researchers have long been interested in elements that comprise happiness. If you were to design a survey to determine levels of happiness, what would you include? That is, what elements do you believe combine together to equal happiness? These will become your building blocks (predictive variables) with happiness being the outcome (criterion… Continue reading Apa (no cover, no abstract, only references needed)