Fifth, I would begin task scaffolding by walking through each step in solving long division using the mnemonic device provided above along with the guided examples. I would constantly refer to both the mnemonic device and guided examples as I verbalized the task. Sixth, I would also use modelling and practice to help my student understand the patterns in solving long division, and support his or her confidence in his or he ability to perform and complete the individual steps of long
Week 6 – Resource Management Plan To the WBS that was developed earlier, I had made resource assignments by selecting the right resources in the Gantt chart entry form. This I did by selecting from a drop down in under the resources column, and by selecting more than one resource using a comma to separate them. Post this I printed out the resource sheet, by first viewing the resource sheet. This allowed me to identify resources that are over allocated as they were red in color. Next I printed the Gantt chart and entry table by first selecting the Gantt chart and then selecting the entry table from the more tables’ option.
After a period of the person who was responsible for either the circuit or programming for that week had tried all their options and looked for solutions, the rest of the team would take a look and attempt to help. If there was a problem witht the program, the team would each read through the lines of code and try to find the problem. If this did not work, then the team would start commenting out lines of code to better find the problem. This was repeated until the code would compile and upload to the microcontroller. The last choice was to ask the professor or student assistant of the class for help if the problem could not be figured out.
I then started on the preparation outline following the example of Monroe’s Motivated Sequence that you had provided us. I went to the tutoring lab to get advice and was given a few ideas to incorporate. Since the timing had been an issue for me, I again typed out the entire speech hoping that I would be able to adjust the time to fit into the requirements.
I will explain the main points I have learned in this class, what it means to have learned all of the information, How I have changed my perspective on economics, how I can apply my knowledge in the workforce and why this course was so important to me. There were many days I would wake up and feel like not attending class but I would get up and go anyways. The
Reflective Journal Student Name: Talita Silva Lima Programme: Higher Diploma in Science – Cloud Computing Month: July 1. Project Management In this section I will explain in detail my project management through a Gantt Chart and what I have done since my last journal until now, how my time management is going in order to delivery this project before the deadline and some of my achievements. Before writing about this project in specific, I would like to highlight my project management according to all the projects that I have got for this semester. Figure 1: First page of the Gantt Chart of all my projects and its tasks. Figure 2: Second page of the Gantt Chart of all my projects and its milestones and deadlines.
I have been writing important due dates and events on them. Prior to this, I would remember information solely through memorization. The planner has helped to improve my organization skills. No longer do I complete the assignment the night before and my grades demonstrate the change. In order to make sure I have sufficient time to complete each task, I have formulated time frames.
I learned how to formulate a restricted, unified, and precise thesis statement. I am now able to organize essay content into introduction, body and conclusion paragraphs. I also learned how to construct and organize unified, coherent, and well-developed paragraphs. I am able to apply grammar and usage rules correctly and develop clear, concise sentences. I learned about parallelism, run-on, comma splices and sentences.
Hello, Master Sharif, and Readers of this Journal Entry, I will be using this Learning Journal Entry (LJE) to narrate a self-reflection of my learning process for this unit. This LJE will serve as the basis for documenting the systematic approaches I have taken towards tackling the tasks for this week. My feelings, attitudes, reactions, challenges, and what I have learned, for this week will be narrated reflectively. There is no better way for me to do the narration than to specifically narrate with regard to the tasks to accomplish for this week. The Tasks This Week.
1) As an individual, what did you contribute/accomplish in lab this week? 2) What did you learn (individually and as a team)? 3) How can you or your team improve in the future? 4) As a team, what do you need to accomplish in lab next week? 1) Before lab this week, Pat and I worked on fabricating the rest of the bill side.
This journal entry will discuss a follow-up with the instructor about the issues from a previous assignment and clarify some questions about the final research proposal due in week six. In addition, some of the problems are the hypothesis and framework to finish the final paper. After talking to the instructor, she pointed out that the self-care deficit theory could help tie up some loose ends and finding resources that support that will help to put my final proposal together. Furthermore, the journal articles and other data collected discuss self-care and compassion fatigue and burn out and all the information that has been gathered should be enough to write the final research proposal. Journal 5.4 Initiate a Call: Research Proposal Feedback Feedback for my previous assignment showed what needed to be addressed in the final research proposal due in week six.