Outcomes/job description paper the first paper requires you to


1. About Me – Tell us who you are: Where you come from: where you live now; and what your hobbies and interests are.

2. Course Outcomes – Find and list the official course outcomes for each of your other (non-externship) courses. This list should be broken down by course with the proper course prefix, number, and name.

3. About My Company – Tell us about the company where you work: whether it is large or small; the industry that it serves (retail, hospitality, financial, healthcare, technology, government, education, etc.) the location of the company; and the company’s major products and services. If you’re employed as a contractor or consultant where the majority of your duties are carried out for a different organization than your official employer, you must complete this section for both organizations.

4. My Job Description – Include in this section the official job description as verified by your employer, externship site, or project manager.

5. Resume– Include your official up to data resume.

Smaple’s One of my friend wrote please see that and write like that…

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My Job role Is java Developer and My company Is Equifax.


Reflection paper on special education

-Reflect on the readings you’ve done so far and consider how your understanding about special education/disability has grown, changed, or been challenged. Incorporate ideas/quotes from at least three texts. 

-The purpose of this assignment is for you to engage meaningfully and deeply with the course readings as they become part of your growing knowledge base of what it means to work as a teacher in the field of special education. 

-To help you think through how to reflect critically and connect to the readings, here are some questions to consider: What surprises you? What resonates? What concerns you? What confuses you? What challenges your prior knowledge or assumptions? What experiences have you had that connect with the texts? Where do you see these issues played out outside of the classroom? How might these theories or histories inform your teaching practice? How do issues of equity and justice play out? 



-Deep and critical   engagement with class readings/discussions, especially as they relate to theories/histories/goals   of special education and inclusion. 

- Reflection 



Week 5 paper – management and monitoring matrix


As stated in your text, a management planning matrix is a planning tool for school leaders. Your text also addresses Six Steps to stimulate creative thought and to crystallize ideas. Those steps are, according to your text:

  1. Articulate learning target or focus.
  2. Develop indicators.
  3. Formulate status today.
  4. Activities.
  5. Leadership.
  6. Schedule or calendar.

Keeping these steps in mind, and with your principal-mentor, look at Exhibit 5.3 on pages 111 and 112. Using this Management Matrix Tool and the Management Matrix Steps (page 110) as a guide, list a target your school would like to meet. Your text uses, as an example, the purchase of whiteboards (educational technology). You can carefully read through each of the Six Steps that helps the principal in planning to carry out this target. As you talk together, the following questions may also be helpful:

  1. What is the target area?
  2. What is the GOAL?
  3. What about the Product and the End Point?

Summarize your findings in a one-to-two-page paper. (Please note: You do not need to submit the matrix you used for management and monitoring-only the paper).

Once again, your paper should reflect quality and graduate-level writing. Be sure your paper has a strong introduction and conclusion with no spelling, punctuation or grammatical errors. 


Please read description carefullly! this is a 3 page paper that is


Choose a curriculum guide to read and critique in a 3-4 page paper. To ensure active reading and questioning, highlight sections that speak to you and/or confuse you. Take notes in the margins. Your paper (APA format) should include:

  • a brief summary of the curriculum guide (1 paragraph)
  • identification of instructional approaches (about 1 page)
  • analysis of learning goals (about 1 page)
  • explanation of whether you think the curriculum is effective or not (at least 1 page)
  • use at least 4 articles from this class’ readings to reference in your paper and support your arguments.

You don’t have to like and/or agree with the style or methods of this curriculum! Don’t be afraid to be critical of what you are reading by explaining what you think works, what needs revising, and what may be missing.

Choose one of the following curriculum guides:

▪ L. Jessie. “Graffiti: The Use of the Familiar”. Art Education, Vol. 57, No. 6 (2004): pg. 25-32.

▪ Zander, Mary Jane. “Murals as Documents of Social History”. Art Education, Vol. 57, No. 5 (2004): pg. 25-31

▪ Christine Ballengee-Morris. “You Can Hide But You Can’t Run: Interdisciplinary and Culturally Sensitive Approaches to Mask-Making”. Art Education, Vol. 58, No. 5 (2005) pg. 12-17.

▪ Hutton and Urbanska. “Examining Prejudice through Art: Reynolda House of American Art”. Art Education, Vol. 50, No. 5 (1997): pg. 25-28.


Top web tools for project-based learning paper


Search the Internet for articles about top web tools for project-based learning.

Write a 350-word paper about the tools discussed in one article that you are most interested in. Include the following:

  • Detail the features that each tool offers.
  • Explain how each tool supports an interactive learning community.
  • Identify one tool presented in the article that was most meaningful to you. Explain how you might incorporate it into distance learning in the future.

Format the paper according to APA guidelines.


Family profile project. 5page paper

Assignment #2: Family Profile Project (100 points/Key Assessment)

You will write a paper based on information gathered from a family interview. Paper should be 4-5 pages in length (no longer!), double spaced using 12 point font and 1” margins,

·         Select a child with whom you are very

Interview the members of the child’s family in order to gather data that will help you to write a 4-5 page profile of the information needed for this assignment (see outline attached to this assignment in the Assignment Dropbox.

·         All information in the outline that is provided with this assignment must be included in the

·         Type the headings listed in the outline to organize your paper. Example: Section One, Section Two


Reflection on educational ethical practice paper *no plagiarism* | EDU 302

This paper should be 3-4 pages long NOT including your title and reference pages. Please be sure to write your paper using the following format: 12 point Times New Roman font, double-spacing, follow APA style, and include in-text citations and a reference page. It is also important that each page is numbered.

*IMPORTANT* !!!Please use the textbook as your MAIN source of citations!!! (I will give you the link t0 the online textbook titled Educational Psychology upon bid) *The other sources should come from the attached information.* 

For this assignment, you are to review the attachments included and then write a paper pertaining to YOUR own views and reflection about Ethical Practice in education. 

To help you write this paper, please use the template attached to this to help organize and write out your thoughts.

You will also need to review the other two attachments, which provide a perspective on Christianity, ethics, and education based on an article by Marie Keller. 


Autobiography paper | Education homework help

An important focus of this course is to understand the intersection of culture, society and schools, classrooms, and individuals.  This assignment provides an opportunity for you to reflect on yourself as a culture bearer and on the influence of education in your life.  We each have a narrative that defines us to date.  That narrative has many aspects and is your story.  In your writing, address the following as your story to date:

  • How long has your family been in the United States? When (approximately did they arrive? From where did they come? Did they come voluntarily?
  • What is considered your family’s “home base” in this country? How did the family happen to settle there? What other places did your family live before settling in that location?
  • What is the economic history of your family? In what kinds of work have members of your family engaged?
  • What is the educational history of your family? When did family members first begin to avail themselves of formal schooling
  • How do you identify with regards to race, class, gender, sexual orientation, language, and/or ability? How do you benefit and struggle because of these identities?
  • What is your goal as a teacher (or parent, taxpayer, etc.) and does this connect in anyway to your culture and background