Emily-Anne RIgal noticed bullying was a problem so she solved it by finding the best way which was through the internet. She started her own website to reach out to teens at her school. She has helped people like Peyton list who plays emma on bunk’d and jessie is a teen activist. Chapter 2:What she’s doing to make the world a better place Emily is helping raise tween esteem to help tween learn to love himself for who they are. You may be asking “ what is tween esteem?”.
Dockterman builds up her argument to persuade her audience by including facts to support her opinion. Dockterman includes facts from studies that have been involved with children developing with technology, like M I T. The facts support and help develop Dockterman’s opinion by stating how giving kids the advantages of technology can help them learn at a younger age and stay up to date with different ways of applying to jobs/colleges. At the beginning of Dockterman’s essay she includes statistics showing how much technology effects children now in everyday life. She also then points out how there are many parents sending their children to camps for a technology detox. Dockterman gives examples of how parents are pushing their children away
In the essay "The Digital Parent Trap" by Elina Docktermank, Elina presented an argument about the advantages of technology when used by kids from the age of 3-18. Throughout the essay, she used many different techniques to strengthen her essay and persuade the readers. `One of the first way that she used to make her essay more creditable is by citing creditable sources. First she used a quote from Mimi Ito, an anthropologist at the University of California at Irvine that 's studying how technology affects young adults, "They 're no longer limited by what 's offered in school". This makes the reader think that having technology no longer limit students to what is taught in school but rather we can have all the information in the world at
Kiran Sethi 's speech, “Kids, take charge”(2009), introduces that embedding real-world problems and learning together can empower kids to change the world because they are provided with belief and support. Sethi supports her claims with her own real world examples and videos, pointing out world problems like child labor or child marriages and how children can create change to solve these problems by changing a child 's mindset using a method of incorporating learning with life. In addition, she also adds in statistics showing the children 's outstanding test scores to visualize the effectiveness of the system she calls the “I can”bug. She discusses that mixing life and school together, students will change from followers to learners. Sethi 's
Ethos is trying to convincing the audience and a persuader by trying to achieve credibility. Logos is the appeal of logic and reasoning, and lastly, pathos is using emotion to persuade the reader. Through these appeals, Bronson tries to address parents about their children lying, their causes and effects, and showing them what their children is capable of. Bronson achieves ethos through the use of statistical evidence to support his claim. This scientific evidence persuades skeptical readers to trust in the outcome of real situation proving that children have the capability to lie at a young
Examination of Multicultural Counseling Competencies in School Counselors Lynn Throtman Argosy University Social and Cultural Competencies for Counselors Professor Carmen Stephanie Larson, Ph.D 13 July 2015 Examination of Multicultural Counseling Competencies in School Counselors The purpose of the study was to researched 227 school counselor’s multicultural counseling competencies (MCC). Methods for measurements used in this study included self-report inventory, and ratings of responses to short vignettes. The author’s purpose for using these measurement was to assess or explain competency. Participants were recruited by email. The email was provided by the Texas Counseling Association (TCA), which contained a total of 3,260
On Tuesday, April 17, Bria Marcelo gave a training to student leaders about bias awareness. Marcelo works in the Chief Diversity Office and serves as the Director of Diversity Resources. I chose to attend as an opportunity to see how students are being taught about bias, to educate myself, and to also examine bias training from a supervisor point of view. This paper examines how the training relates to the Multicultural Change Intervention Matrix, themes of first-order change, and increasing multicultural competence. The Multicultural Change Intervention Matrix (MCIM), was designed to, “assist student affairs practitioners in conceptualizing and planning their multicultural interventions” (Pope et al., 2014, pg.
This is a great organization to join because it has a lot to offer, from clinical resources to employment opportunities. This organization began in the 1980s from a group of pediatric nursing leaders that came together and "discussed the need to improve the care of infants and children in pain" (Society of Pediatric Nurses, n.d., para. 3). The mission of SPN drew my attention because it works to improve and advance the specialty of pediatric nursing through research, practice, and education. SPN supports nurses in the pediatric field by providing them with education resources and news in pediatric trends.
33). Capella University’s online library’s Summon search feature was utilized to find articles relative to these strategies. The search was narrowed with the following terms reading strategies, high poverty, parent participation, school leaders, and achievement gap. Additionally, the search was narrowed to peer-reviewed literature published within the past five years. Parent Participation Purtell and McLoyd (2012) discuss research on the New Hope strategy and its effect on youths’ educational development and their career-related thoughts and planning in the article “Parents’ Participation in a Work-Based Anti-Poverty Program Can Enhance Their Children’s Future Orientation: Understanding Pathways of Inﬂuence.” According to Purtell and McLoyd (2012), the study clarified the “processes
In early childhood development it is important to for children to learn positive values, which ultimately will affect their personality and behavior during their entire life course development (Elrod & Ryder, 2014). Furthermore, microsociological criminologists examine how various social institutions such as family can encourage or inhibit criminal behavior through imitation and modeling (Bohm & Vogel, 2011). Therefore, delinquency is considered an early form of deviance, and this behavior is often replicated throughout family lineage (Elrod & Ryder, 2014). Consequently, a review of thirty-nine studies, indicated genetic predispositions are deleterious in adverse environments which include socially disorganize areas, poor familial structure, lower social classes, and adult violence (Bohm & Vogel,
Kristi House is a child advocacy center that is involved in meeting the legal, medical and emotional needs of child victims of sexual abuse, sex trafficking and sexually exploited children. With this legislation and grants, clients will receive an effective and enhance respond from the authorities. 2. Given the above information, discuss why you either support or do not support this legislation. If you feel the legislation has both positive and negative impacts, please list why and include your critical analysis.
They use methods such as advertising in places they go to on a daily basis such as school and online. They also use the youth’s psychology against them by using things such as cartoon characters and certain colors. They also use methods such as testimonials by their favorite celebrities. To begin with, advertisers target kids in places they go to most places like school or online. For example, in the text “Marketing to kids gets savvy with new technologies” the author states, “on the log-in screen, an ad flashed for BabyPictureMaker.com, which nudges consumers to download pictures of two people - promising to send back a picture of what a baby they might have together would look like.” This shows that advertisers will go out of their way to get kids to see what they are selling or
Byrd, R., & Hays, D. G. (2013). Evaluating a Safe Space Training for School Counselors and Trainees Using a Randomized Control Group Design. Professional School Counseling, 17(1), 20-31. Authors Rebekah Byrd and Danica G. Hays researched the benefits of training school counselors with Safe Space. The goal was to use this training to increase knowledge, awareness, and the skills counselors may need to work with LGBTQ youth and then attempt to quantify the program’s effectiveness.