Describe the rdas for proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, as well as any other important vitamins and minerals you feel, should be highlighted for an individual with your selected dietary restrictions or requirements.

  Describe the RDAs for proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, as well as any other important vitamins and minerals you feel, should be highlighted for an individual with your selected dietary restrictions or requirements. Suggest specific foods and serving sizes that will help the individual meet their RDAs while considering their dietary or health issues. Recommend… Continue reading Describe the rdas for proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, as well as any other important vitamins and minerals you feel, should be highlighted for an individual with your selected dietary restrictions or requirements.

One of the four required sources must be the aca codes of ethics, the other sources could be scholarly journals, books, and/or appropriate websites. 

Directions: The student will explore and discuss the role of technology in counseling. The student will utilize a minimum of four sources; a minimum of one source utilized per subject area. One of the four required sources must be the ACA Codes of Ethics, the other sources could be scholarly journals, books, and/or appropriate websites.  Template… Continue reading One of the four required sources must be the aca codes of ethics, the other sources could be scholarly journals, books, and/or appropriate websites. 

 to explore your understanding of the different levels and applications of advocacy, including individual client advocacy (called case advocacy in your book), systemic advocacy (called class advocacy in your book), and professional advocacy.

Must be 2-5 pages with at least 2 scholarly sources   Developing a plan for how you will address needs for advocacy is an integral part of developing a professional counseling identity.  To explore your understanding of the different levels and applications of advocacy, including individual client advocacy (called case advocacy in your book), systemic… Continue reading  to explore your understanding of the different levels and applications of advocacy, including individual client advocacy (called case advocacy in your book), systemic advocacy (called class advocacy in your book), and professional advocacy.

In group vs. out group 

  Humans are influenced by other people. The effects of being socialized in a socio-cultural environment are profound and pervasive. In this Discussion, while taking cultural variables into account, you are asked to consider how group processes may impact individual behavior. For instance, how you conform in your social behavior is influenced by culture and may… Continue reading In group vs. out group 

Justify your answer.

  Describe the educational principles derived from Piaget’s and Vygotsky’s theories. In your opinion, which is more applicable in an educational setting? Justify your answer.

You draw on your skills to navigate the scenario and take appropriate action; then, you reflect on your choices and the strengths and opportunities for your leadership skills.

  you assume the role of a social worker leading a group session in an interactive media piece. You draw on your skills to navigate the scenario and take appropriate action; then, you reflect on your choices and the strengths and opportunities for your leadership skills.   

Explain

1)Are theories and models absolute (meaning are they infallible) explain  2) Do we have to use the entire model or theory, or can we use the constructs we see fit? Explain

Any additional sources must be “scholarly”, as defined later in this document under additional sources.

  After selecting the four elements described above, write  describe how knowledge of lifespan development will inform your work as a professional in the chosen career. Explain how you would apply your knowledge of human development to meet the needs of an individual in one specific period of development. The needs of the individual will… Continue reading Any additional sources must be “scholarly”, as defined later in this document under additional sources.