I want your team to explore how we can better support our youngest school-aged children during this time by using our pgw framework and the readings to understand how technology and play can co-exist and support early childhood learning.

Online Learning knocking on in Early Childhood Education’s Door: COVID Edition. This has been something at the top of my mind since the beginning of the pandemic. Young children (ages 3-8) and their parents/guardians have been thrust into online learning, but this is seemingly counterintuitive to the way children in early childhood learn. Most learning… Continue reading I want your team to explore how we can better support our youngest school-aged children during this time by using our pgw framework and the readings to understand how technology and play can co-exist and support early childhood learning.

As the authors point out, preparing to behave in ethical ways is important.

Ethics Discussion Instructions Introduction: One of this unit’s articles discusses how to build an ethical career. As the authors point out, preparing to behave in ethical ways is important. Part of the purpose of this assignment is to give you space to prepare your brain to make ethical choices in the future. There are several… Continue reading As the authors point out, preparing to behave in ethical ways is important.

Thinking passages: the evolving concept of “family”: the author of the first article, kate rice, quotes alexis walker: “family is both a belief and a practice.”

Thinking Passages: The Evolving Concept of “Family”: The author of the first article, Kate Rice, quotes Alexis Walker: “Family is both a belief and a practice.” Professor Walker explains that her students tend to view a family in traditional terms, comprising a mom, a dad, and children. Yet when she asks students whether they come… Continue reading Thinking passages: the evolving concept of “family”: the author of the first article, kate rice, quotes alexis walker: “family is both a belief and a practice.”

Halfway houses are residential facilities for probationers and paroles who require a more structured setting than would be available from living independently (alarid, 2019, pg. 194).

Brandi (post)- Over the years, the corrections system has evolved. Laws now make it possible for certain offenders to complete their sentences in their communities. Probation is one example of a non-residential option. With the mission of probation being to protect the public interest and safety by reducing the incidence and impact of crime, it… Continue reading Halfway houses are residential facilities for probationers and paroles who require a more structured setting than would be available from living independently (alarid, 2019, pg. 194).

Please read the article.

Please read the article. https://www.brookings.edu/articles/unequal-opportu…Links to an external site. 2. RESPOND TO THE PROMPT How does unequal opportunity affect students? And, is it be a deciding factor in their educational success? Why, or why not? In your essay, be sure to: Include a thesis statement identifying your position on the topic. To develop your thesis,… Continue reading Please read the article.

(one of the supports i have is a friend and co worker who’s a nurse practitioner and a mentor who’s a medical doctor)

Learning Goal: I’m working on a creative writing writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. Writing sample should state why you are interested in becoming a Nurse Practitioner and what supports you have that will ensure your success in the program. (One of the supports I have is a friend… Continue reading (one of the supports i have is a friend and co worker who’s a nurse practitioner and a mentor who’s a medical doctor)

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a creative writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. This assignment involves tracking the use of your time for one week then analyzing what that allocation of time means as you consider finding a balance between work, other responsibilities, and leisure for now and over… Continue reading Sources: