Bailey Nelson’s statements are representative over the community of Granville gym users in the segment transcribed for performance. She directly tackles her own value for the ideal female figure as well as the general value to a larger population of students on campus, providing context to the question of its influence on fitness behavior within the female student population. There are moments of self revelation where she discovers answers about herself through questions she has never asked herself such as what influences her during a workout and in what ways. Bailey clarifies that on average the female figure is highly held among female residents at Granville, but it varies depending on the individual’s ideals. In the later part of the transcription for performance there is an interview segment that describes Bailey’s friends who have prioritized workouts over academics.
Mr. B.F Skinner’s brought Operant Conditioning into existence. The Operant Conditioning is command feedback with recompense/ penalizing system based on a behavior. The learner requires to strengthen to maintain interests.
1) Identify three course concepts and explain how they relate to the Cascade exercise? The Cascade experiential exercise required a group of people to come together in a fictional circumstance and decide what types of items are instrumental to their survival. The first concept that relates to the Cascade exercise is groupthink. Groupthink is a phenomenon where group pressure to conform to a group’s consensus overrides the group’s ability to critically appraise unpopular or alternative courses of action.
As well as, asking her how she feels about having Diabetes. Depending on her response, I am going to have interventions for assisting her with nutrition, exercise, and/or some form of counseling to help her have ways of coping with Diabetes. I know that this student and I are going to have a great therapeutic relationship; as we already get a long great. Not only am I going to be able to assists this student; I believe she will teach me many things about
Among the most convincing reasons why I contends that group sports should be a more favorable way, one cannot be emphasized is that participating sports in groups enhance people 's interpersonal skills. There is no denying that one have to communicate with other team members during the process of a group activity. If they do not talk to each other, a competition will be failed and people who are solitary will be isolated. Let us bring it to a more present and practical context.
Whether their injury be an ankle sprain or muscle strain, I one-on-one, want to make the decisions on what treatments, exercises, and stretches the athlete with go through. Obviously, with supervision and help if I need it. I rely on my preceptors and peers a lot for help and want to become a more independent clinician. I am eager for my next clinical placement on-campus and cannot wait to see what experience junior year has in
Therapists have to see their patient in multiple sessions. Besides knowing the patient’s name and injury, physical therapists can learn more about their patients during their sessions. While helping their patients get better, physical therapists can have friendly conversations with their patients and get to know them better. The relationship between physical therapists and their clients is so strong, and that’s what interest me most about this major. I would enjoy a job where I can informally talk to my clients, gaining a good relationship with them, while improving their injury.
There are people struggle to maintain positive self-evaluation yet, the individuals might employ self-handicapping strategy to secure the positive self-evaluation while facing the occurrence with little chance to succeed (Cheng & Law, 2015). A statement came from Wusik and Axsom (2016) states that self-handicapping are conceptually different in excuse-making; it is also different than intentional failure. When future success is uncertain, self-handicapping can be used as a strategic measure taken to protect an individual 's insecure positive reputation.
With the money that the school makes, they can buy better technology for the students like computers, tablets, e-readers, etc. People think that it’s not good to sell fast food at schools mostly because it affects the student’s health. That’s why it has some advantages like the students will actually eat the food, students will learn how to be more responsible, and the school will make money out of
Who’s idea was this to make a place for young adults to do even more homework, assigned by the people that belong in the seventh circle of hell highly educated people. Now, what they really deserve, instead of being extremely hated by students, is several kicks directly into the side of the face a high
Occupational therapy can help a person with Asperger’s thrive physically, emotionally, and socially. As previously stated, if these symptoms were to be left alone, these children and adults would be subjected to bullying, ridiculed, and social isolation due to them being naïve and having concrete views of the world resulting in being vulnerable. Through occupational therapy intervention, this cycle can be interrupted by helping the patient adjust their sensory system. This means, “gaining the physical abilities needed to succeed, acquire valuable social, prevocational, and play skills, and improve their overall ability to function.” Through this intervention, one can not only learn to succeed in the classroom but when the time comes, uphold employment.
After looking at all of my skills sets and interests. The first career that I will choosing is being a Physical Therapist. I have chosen this career because I was not really sure what I wanted to be but since I like being active, I thought that being a physical therapist might be a good idea . I think I will be successful at it because if I like to help people and I myself I like to gain and build muscle so that will motivate me to help them. Well at the moment I work at a nursing home as a receptionist and we have a physical therapy department in there.
Therefore, to limit or gradually decrease the client’s cellular device usage outside of the classroom, the behavioral plan calls for the client to be more active. The behavioral plan instructs the client’s peers to provide her with punishment for her excessive cellular device usage. The punishment used in the behavioral plan will center on exercises, such as push-ups, sit ups or squats. It is through the help of her peers, as well as punishment, the client’s cellular device usage will gradually decrease. After implementing the behavioral plan, whenever the client has an urge to unnecessarily use her cellular device, she will instead
During the 2016-17 school year, I had the privilege of being Cashmire Stephenson’s second grade teacher. I found Cashmire to be a bright student that strived to be a good citizen and was eager to please his parents, teachers, and peers. However, in the classroom Cashmire struggled with maintaining attention, hyperactivity, organization, and impulsivity. At times Cashmire would make poor choices in an effort to make friends. Cashmire would often refuse to speak when he felt strong emotions such as anger or disappointment.
One year living in America required lots of effort from my family. My parents cannot speak English, and they are almost sixty years old which make it even harder for them to find a job in California. But they are still trying and doing everything they can to support me. Fortunately, American is so generous to give me an opportunity to have a great education even when I cannot afford it. Every day, I tell myself to try harder to have good grade in class to pay back for my parents’ effort, to say “Thank you” for America, and to take a valuable opportunity that I have in education.