Environmental Studies


Stereotype   about stereotype Guide Questions for Written Responses  Definition(s) of Topic  How does the topic impact our lives?  Does this topic divide us? How?  Does this topic unite us? How?  Have you gained any new understandings? If so, please explain.  Have your new understandings changed or shaped your personal views? Explain. How could you help others understand or learn about this topic? Summary Development  Use the questions about to develop your summary/reflection on each topic/unit. You may include any class discussion that you may recall.  Be sure to use correct grammar and do ORIGINAL work.  Use proper citations when necessary.  All summaries must be typed, double spaced, size 12 font, Times New Roman style Summaries are not to exceed two pages

School Violence Presentation

School Violence Presentation Create an 8- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that will serve as an executive briefing to a school’s board of directors outlining the following: Describe warning signs of school violence or harassment. Outline how educational facilities can protect staff, faculty, and students from violence, harassment, and crimes. Discuss preventative measures, including security precautions, that could be put into place. Identify staff, faculty, and student help or counseling programs. Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

Case analysis report

Case analysis report – All requirements are in the attachment. – The referencing style we use is the Harvard style, and please do not use fake references.(More than 6 references) – I hope to get a very high level essay and get a great mark. Marking criteria The report will be assessed based on the following criteria: Analysis of the organisation’sexternal environment; Analysis of the organisation’sinternal environment; Pulling it together – quality of the SWOT; Do the organisation’scurrent strategies fit with the external and internal environments? Are there clear conclusions on key issues/problems? Practicality of the recommended strategies – is there enough justification based on sound evaluation of alternative recommendations? Do the recommended strategies fit in with the earlier analyses? Overall application of relevant concepts, theories and models; Quality of arguments and general coherence of the overall report – are arguments convincing and well structured? General layout and presentation of the report (including…    read more 

Work environment conflict

Work environment conflict Describe two situations in which there was a conflict that was eventually resolved. These situations should be based on your experiences, but feel free to change names, details, and any other identifying information. Your brief descriptions (1-2 paragraphs) should provide enough information so that your classmates can recommend one of the five strategies for managing conflict. Do not include any information on how the conflict was resolved. Please read the question carefully. 200-300 words

cognition and motivation

cognition and motivation The very first psychologists began their foray into the field by wondering how people think. Those pioneers had no idea what a difficult journey they were embarking upon. Human thought processes are incredibly complex and psychologists still argue today about how thinking, or cognition, occurs. The psychological science and definition of cognition was a huge step forward in the field of psychology, but it still did not explain why thinking impacted behavior. Thus, psychological researchers moved onto the study of motivation to explore how motivation influences cognitive change. Change in thinking may result in behavioral changes. Is cognitive change even possible without being able to identify a problem? Can behavioral change happen without cognitive change? This week you examine how motivational theories explain cognitive change. You also explore the relationship between motivation and self-regulation, and apply theories of self-regulation to explain behavior. READINGS Article: Alloy, L. B., Peterson, C.,…    read more 

Social Cognition and Perception

Social Cognition and Perception Assignment: Social Cognition and Perception Social cognition is the study of the ways people think about themselves and the social world, including how they select, interpret, remember, and use social information. Two types of social cognition are controlled thinking and automatic thinking. Controlled thinking is thinking that is conscious, intentional, voluntary, and effortful, such as when you are weighing the pros and cons of an issue to make an important decision or are learning a skill for the first time. Automatic thinking is just as it sounds—thinking that happens without conscious thought—and it is this type of thinking that you will concentrate on this week. Schemas, one example of automatic thinking, are mental structures that organize our knowledge about the social world and influence what we notice, think about, and remember. Schemas are important for making sense of the world. They help us to create continuity…    read more 

SWOT and set up of a new division of a company

SWOT and set up of a new division of a company Purpose In this project, you will complete an external and internal analysis of Biotech. You will research the cosmetic industry and use the Company Profile to complete the project. Skill Building: You are also completing this project to help develop critical thinking and assessing the external and internal business environment. Skills: Research, Critical Thinking, Writing Outcome Met by Completing This Assignment employ effective planning processes to develop strategies, goals, and objectives in order to enhance performance and sustainability Instructions: The Executive Director for the new Asia Division, has been asked by Max Barney to put together, and present in a memo to him, a business unit strategy that will be a guide for the next year as the new division moves forward. The Executive Director will be working with the consulting group over the next 5 weeks and they…    read more 

Who can write a four to five page paper?

Who can write a four to five page paper? Drawing on El Zarco and other relevant materials, write a 4-5 page paper that addresses one of the following questions. 1) What are the characteristics of “good” men and how can they strengthen the nation? 2) What are the characteristics of “bad” men and how do they weaken the nation? 3) What are the characteristics of “good” women and how can they strengthen the nation? 4) What are the characteristics of “bad” women and how do they weaken the nation? Guidelines You may use lecture notes for context (no need to cite lecture). Do not use any other sources (books, internet, etc.). Format Paper needs to four full pages minimum and five pages maximum. Double space, one-inch margins all around, 11 or 12-point font. Put your name and the date (single-spaced) in the top left-hand corner of the first page only….    read more 


Reflection In Week 1, you were asked to consider if one domain—physical, cognitive, or social-emotional—was more important than the others. Review your response. Have your views changed or strengthened? Explain your current thinking on the importance of helping the “whole child” develop. Think about assumptions or misconceptions about children’s development that you brought into the course. Summarize information you have learned that dispels those assumptions or misconceptions. Comment on effective ways to share or model what you’ve learned to correct those same misconceptions in others. Reflect on something you learned or experienced in the course that surprised or amazed you. It may be an aspect of child development or a personal insight into your own childhood or adolescence. Describe this “ah-ha!” and why it stands out for you. In this course, you have been introduced to many topics and aspects of child development. What else do you want to know…    read more 

Read and summarize 200-300 words

Read and summarize 200-300 words Please read and summazie with 200-300 words “Enlargement of Self” by Bertrand Russell…………………..………77 Ideas of Interest From Russell’s Problems of Philosophy.…..78 The Reading Selection from Problems of Philosophy ………..78 [Indirect Values of Philosophy]……………….………………79 [The Practical Person] ……………………………………………79 [Philosophy and Science] ……………………………………….80 [Philosophical Questions]