According to the edTPA handbook, the Instruction Task 2 documents your enacted teaching (2015, pg. 2). Here are my question: 1. The edTPA handbook states, “describe how your instructional strategies, planned supports, and/or materials facilitated the development or application of a self-directed learning strategy for the learning goal (2015, pg. 25). ” I am not sure how to respond, an example of the type of response expected would be appreciated.
Network monitoring now is limited because of the number of servers it takes to deal with the large influx of router data. Router manufacturers have been attempting to combat this by adding counters to the routers that report on the number of data packets a router has processed during some time interval, but adding counters for every special task would be impractical and put more stress on servers since they would need thousands more to process the flood of data coming in. To combat this a system called Marple was created by researchers at MIT, Cisco Systems, and Barefoot Networks(Hardesty). Marple involves a programming language the allows network operators to specify a wide range of network-monitoring tasks and a small set of simple circuit elements that can execute any function specified in the language.
Superintendent Elliott made some errors in this situation. A couple of the errors were responding to the parent complaint without referring him to the proper level and failing to listen to the principal. The complaint that was made by the parent is something that should have been handled by the building principal. Instead of trying to take care of the situation himself the superintendent he should have led the parent to the correct building level channel first to come to allow them the chance to come to a solution. The building principal should have been able to build a stronger school community relation with this parent by being honest and handling his mistake.
I am going to explain the current methods and protocols we use in a LAN environment to provide a high level of redundancy, such as EtherChannel, FHRP (First Hop Redundancy Protocols) and STP (Spanning Tree protocols). I will briefly explain how the protocols work & then discusses the latest implementations of the protocol and the environment you would expect to see them working in. The STP is a protocol that prevents loops from occurring in a switched LAN environments when a device has multiple interconnected paths. The protocols works by sending BDPU messages across in the interconnected devices, detects the loop then removes it from the topology by shutting down the port.
After it's been several days since your brow appointment, you may notice your goddess brows getting ruined by pesky little hairs. Now you still have a couple more days to survive until your next session, this guide will give you 6 tips to keep your eyebrows looking spiffy in between threading sessions. 1. Take a visual As soon as you get off the chair at your brow bar, whip out your smartphone and take a bomb selfie. Now whether your post that on Instagram is none of our business, but that picture will be very useful for later when you are doing your brows or for showing your brow artist.
1. Increased effort by business corporations such as CVS and Walgreens to market and sell healthier food items such as fruits and vegetables 2. Advocate to increase healthier food choices in fast food establishments by 2020 3. Partner with a variety of local agencies, including the American Nurses Association to Achieve greater impact.
3. Discuss the issue regarding the victims ' rights to notification regarding important proceeding, decisions, and actions related to their case. Under the first category of Victim’s Rights, known as The Right to be Informed, the textbook states, “all states provide victims with the right to be notified about important proceedings, decisions, and actions related to their case” (Hemmens, Brody, & Spohn, 2013). This includes the following victims are to be informed of: time and place of court proceedings, release of a defendant from custody, dismissal of charges, negotiating plea agreements, sentence imposed, and the defendant’s final release from confinement. However, issues can occur with notification from prosecutors to the victim.
Discussion Post Week ten NURS 6501, N-21 Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are usually caused by bacteria and are common. Symptoms of both upper and lower infections are similar; therefore, it is important for advanced practice nurses (APNs) to be able to determine the pathophysiology of upper and lower UTIs. The purpose of this discussion is to evaluate the similarities and differences between upper and lower UTIs, clinical manifestations, treatments, and factors affecting all of these things. UTIs are infections that may occur anywhere in the urinary tract such as the urethra, bladder, ureters, and kidneys. Typically UTIs are caused by bacteria from the gut flora and are inflammation of the urinary epithelium.
There are five actions taken to improve the security of a vulnerable server, enumerated as follows. 1 Fix Root Password The original password for root is “default”, which is unsecure. Attackers could easily crack the password with the brute-force mode.
TEST 4 1. Identify and describe three types of “cybercrime”. The computer as the target: eg a computer virus. This includes theft of intellectual property or personal data.
Literature review Introduction The efficacy of ECT to treat major depressive symptoms has been established by means of multi studies that developed during the last decades. ECT is the most effective physical and biological therapy available for depression, and no other type of therapy up to now has shown to be effective more than it with major depression patients according to controlled trials studies(Antunes et al., 2009). Despite of that there was controversial issues around using of it.
The rapid proliferation of information technology has led to a significant rise in the number of people who use the internet in one way or another. With the growth in the number of persons who have an internet connection; certain individuals have begun to exploit this resource through the unethical practice of Identity theft. As more and more individuals are posting their personal information online, cybercriminals are stealing this information with the aim of assuming the victim's identity so as to either obtain financial advantage or benefits that are associated with the victim (Jewkes, 2013). The act of stealing other people's identity cannot be considered as ethical because it violates the victim's right to privacy.
In many cases, the security vulnerabilities in computers and Information Technology software can be and are exploited by the “Black Hats” or cybercriminals as they are known, to invade people’s privacy, and steal people’s identity. We know that computers have no moral compass; they cannot make moral decisions for themselves. Essentially, people make moral decisions that affect others positively or negatively depending on how they use computer technology. Some of the biggest ethical issues facing people in the computing environment include privacy concerns on the web and identity theft.