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a) My current experience in the child care centres; b) reasons for applying for the Masters degree programme and MSF Scholarships; c) my careers goals, in terms of contribution to my child care centre and the pre-school sector; d) any other relevant information.12 January 20141 When I was growing up I wanted to be everything I could think of from a nurse to a police officer. You name it and I wanted to be it. I could not make up my mind and even as I started studying for Specialised Diploma in Early childhood education – Teaching and Leadership no decision for teaching was made. I waited six years until coming to the realization that I would like to teach. A small girl in United-World College of South East Asia (Where I was working as Executive Secretary) helped me come to this realization. I did not even know who she was, but somehow she caught my attention. The first time I looked at her I saw nothing, just an ordinary girl, but something made me look again. When I did the girls’ face was glowing like she was an angel and then she just smiled. The smile filled my heart with such joy that from that moment on I realized that I wanted to see that smile everyday as a preschool teacher. I wanted to become a part of a child’s learning experience and development. The following pages contain my early childhood teaching experiences, my career goals and the reasons for pursuing my Masters Degree with Wheelock Collage.By Applying for Masters Degree, I will enhance my knowledge, skills and I would be able to deliver better outcomes for children. Furthermore this program will increase leadership qualities individually and for the institution… The process of Master’s study in early childhood education will strengthen my ability to lead as a director in quality programs in early childhood education. It will provide me with the tools and skills need to provide leadership and manage the day-to-day activities in schools, preschools, day care centres. Secondly, the…

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Here is a collection of revision questions, focusing on understanding the main points of the course. It is also a good idea to practice doing the homework/exam questions and the examples in the course material. If you have questions, you can ask them in Wilma (I may post my answer to the whole group).
1. Give examples of a heat transfers by a) conduction, b) convection, c) radiation, d) a combination of two of these.
2. Give examples of substances that are good a) conductors b) emitters of radiation
3. What energy transfers are involved when a) a battery-driven flashlight shines, b) Ida rides a bike, c) a petroil-powered car moves forward. Draw a Sankey-diagram in each case.
4. A television set consumes 10 W (ten joules of energy per second). In a minute it produces 400 J of heat. What is its efficiency5. Name five different types of electromagnetic radiation. For each of these, give one example of its use.
6. Light travels at 300 000 km per second. What is the frequency of light when its wavelength is 500 nm7. Name three different kinds of radioactive decay and explain in what different ways they present a danger to humans.
8. A sample of a radioactive substance is locked into a safe. After 60 hours 25 % of the atoms remain. What is the half-life of the substance9. Explain the difference between a) speed and velocity b) mass and weight.
10. Igor starts from home on his bike, rides at full speed to his friend’s house (along a straight road), stays there for a while, and then rides slowly back home. For this scenario, draw a) a distance-time graph, and b) a velocity-time graph.
11. Explain in what way (and why) the terminal velocities of a falling feather is different from that of a falling stone.
12. The density of a special kind of wood is 1300 kg m-3. Will a block of this wood float or sink when put in a water bath? Why13. The Bismuth isotope with 83 protons and 130 neutrons can undergo both alpha and beta decay. How…

The Real Religion

As the grand prize winner, Belanger receives a $2,000 scholarship and a trip to Washington, D.C., in conjunction with the Baptist Joint Committee board meeting in October. The son of Gitte and Kenneth Belanger, he is a 2013 graduate of Strath Haven High School and will attend the University of Chicago this fall. Click here to watch Belanger read his winning essay.Kourtney Kostecki of St. Peters, Mo., earned the second place prize of a $1,000 scholarship. In her essay, titled “Not Foundation, Influence,” Kostecki wrote, “Many of the Founders were practicing Christians, so the fact that Christian principles had an impact on the nation only makes sense. These statements and facts are not evidence of Christian foundation, but rather Christian influence.” The daughter of Karin and Kurt Kostecki, she is a 2013 graduate of St. Joseph’s Academy and will attend Iowa State University in the fall.The third place winner is Katie Hillery of Placentia, Calif., who receives a $250 scholarship. In her essay, titled “Religious Refuge or Christian Country: The Role of Religion in the Founding of the American Republic,” Hillery wrote, “During an age of religious fervor when European nations legislated in accordance with the religious beliefs of the majority, America broke rank; for the first time, a nation was founded not on religious dogma but on religious liberty.” Katie is the daughter of Colleen and Matt Hillery, and she is a home-schooled student who will graduate in the spring of 2014.The winning essays are available on the Baptist Joint Committee website as Word documents.

DEA, FBI and ICE: Working together to keep America Safe

DEA, FBI and ICE: Working together to keep America Safe
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Abstract:This paper reviews the formation and criminal investigative methods of the FBI, DEA and ICE federal agencies. Research shows that each agency was formed in order to keep citizens safe and to investigate criminal activity in America. Each agency has a distinct jurisdiction in which they can conduct criminal investigations. The greatest contribution from the agencies is their ability to share enormous amounts of criminal information with local law enforcement officers. This allows officers the ability to correctly identify known criminals on the street. Despite working toward a common goal, the agencies mostly work independently of one another in the field.

The land of the free and the home of the brave, it’s a single phrase that defines a nation. For over two hundred and thirty seven years The United States of America has been defending its freedom and safety from all threats. Today that role has been delegated to over a dozen government agencies. The Drug Enforcement Administration, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Immigration and Customs Enforcement have a rich history and distinct purposes for existing. This report will focus on each agencies core mission and how together they are able to create a better and safer America for future generations.
The FBI was organized in 1908, when Attorney General Charles Bonaparte directed that Department of Justice investigations be handled by a small group of special investigators. In the following year the name “Bureau of Investigation” was given to this group. (Anon, 1974, pg. 2) In 1924, Attorney General Harlan F. Stone, who later became Chief Justice of the United States, appointed 29-year-old J. Edgar Hoover as Director of the bureau. (Anon, 1974, pg. 2) Under Hoover the bureau became a career service position where…

Earthquake

The Powerful Disaster in Underground: Earthquake An earthquake is one of the most common naturel and uncontrollable disaster that the result of a sudden release of energy in the Earth’s crust that creates seismic waves. The seismic activity of an area refers to the frequency, type and size of earthquakes experienced over a period of time. Another definition about earthquake is that “confined to particular active regions of the earth’s crust corresponding to the edges of the tectonic plates, and most earthquakes are due to the release of force energy associated with the relative motions of the plates” [3].There are a lot of causes for why earthquake happened. Tectonic activity one of the major factor causing to earthquake. Plate tectonics refers to any movement of the earth’s crust over the liquid mantle below it. “The surface of the earth is often moving at an extremely slow rate, and the shifting of continental plates has shaped how the continents look over millions years.” [1] When the shifting plates move against each other, this can lead to earthquakes. The second factor is related also plate tectonic is that plate boundaries. There are four different types of interaction when two plates are next to each other. “Divergent plates are moving apart, so they are more likely to cause volcanoes than earthquakes, since molten material under the plates can move up into the opening crack” [1]. At convergent boundaries, one plate slips under the other, a process called subduction. This can lead to large earthquakes, especially when pressure builds up and a big slip happens all at once. Transform boundaries appear when two plates shift past each other in opposite directions, another potential source of earthquakes. On the other hand “earthquakes related to volcanic activity may produce hazards which include ground cracks, ground deformation, and damage to manmade structures.” [2] There are two general categories of…

LGBT Supper For Immigration Reform

LGBTQ Support for Immigration ReformIn the 1960s’ and 70s’, there was a heavy gay liberation movement, the rights and privileges that were fought for during that time included being equal to others and to be treated as a human and citizen. The irony does not come into play, until now, when President Barack Obama discussed the immigration reform. The immigration reform relates to the gay immigrants because they are not identified as citizens and they come from a violent country that persecutes homosexuals. Along with this notion, gay immigrants while faced with cruel and unusual punishment from their country, gay immigrants face cruel and unusual discrimination in the United States. For this reason, the LGBTQ communities along with other organizations are advocates for gay immigrants. With the help of the LGBTQ community and other organizations they can help those immigrants who come from a country were laws forbid homosexuality, and help keep families together and prevent further mistreatment legally and in prisons.
In November of 2013, President Barack Obama discussed the overwhelming amount of undocumented immigrants living in the United States. There is currently over 10 million undocumented adults living in the United States, and 267,000 of them are identified as homosexual or transgendered (Olivia, 2013). The fear that the gay immigrants and LGBTQ community have, is that if deported, many people will lose lives, jobs, and families; therefore, the LGBTQ community is fighting along with other immigrants for the immigration reform. Today, over 70 countries, prosecute same-sex adults for sexual acts, and many of the LGBTQ communities in these countries are suffering from agonizing pain and need a place to retreat. However, if this bill along with others is not passed, the United States is stating that, it is not a free and culturally diverse country, and being tortured is not its problem. Although, there is still much…

Globalization of Mass Media

This essay aims to find out whether globalization of the media tends to undermine
national cultures. Current arguments about the relationship between media
globalization and national cultures are presented and analyzed. A study of the
different functions performed by global media within the context of different
economic, technological and cultural situations, from a cultural perspective, was
carried out in order to examine the different ways globalization of media can
influence national cultures. Media might play a necessary and active role affecting a
nation’s culture, but is improbably to be called a “sufficient condition” for cultural
resistance or submission. Whether the globalization of media undermines national
culture or not also depends on how strong a particular national culture is. On the
positive side, economic and technological globalization of media not only recharges
the existing media strengths, but also allows new media bodies to emerge and grow.
The essay uses the case of India to exemplify that the driving forces behind global
cultural homogenization can be weak under some circumstances and that global
media may be indigenized in some cases. The national and regional media groups in
India, such as Zee TV, develop quickly. Thanks to cultural factors, they have an edge
over foreign competitors and play a very important role in the preservation of Indian
cultural identity.

“Internationalization” is a fashionable, mysterious, and magic word on everyone’s lips.
For some people, it is what we must do if we wish to be happy; for others it is the cause of
much angst. Most agree that the trend toward internationalization appears to be irreversible,
and it is a process that is bound to affect all in one way or another. Although we accept the
situation as significant, there are some problems with the term, itself. Does globalization turn
our planet into a world society, a “global village”? Or, conversely,…

Chihuahua

The Chihuahua’s history is puzzling and there are many theories surrounding the origin of the breed. Both folklore and archeological finds show that the breed originated in Mexico. The most common and most likely theory is that Chihuahuas are descended from the Techichi, a companion dog favored by the Toltec civilization in Mexico.[2] No records of the Techichi are available prior to the 9th century, although dog pots from Colima, Mexico, buried as part of the western Mexico shaft tomb tradition which date back to 300 BC are thought to depict Techichis.[3] It is probable that earlier ancestors were present prior to the Mayans as dogs approximating the Chihuahua are found in materials from the Great Pyramid of Cholula, predating 1530 and in the ruins of Chichen Itza on the Yucatan Peninsula.[2]In fact, wheeled dog toys representing both the “deer head” and “apple head” varieties of Chihuahua have been unearthed across Mesoamerica from Mexico to El Salvador. The earliest of these were found at Tres Zapotes in Veracruz, Mexico, which date to 100 AD.[4] Dog effigy pots dating to around 1325 AD discovered in Georgia and Tennessee also appear to represent the Chihuahua[5] It has been argued that these pots arrived with survivors from the Casas Grandes site in Chihuahua, Mexico, after it was attacked and destroyed around 1340 AD. Pots unearthed at Casas Grandes include representations of the “deer head” variety of Chihuahua.[4] Hernan Cortes wrote, in a 1520 letter, that the Aztecs raised and sold the little dogs as food.[6] Colonial records refer to small, nearly hairless dogs at the beginning of the 19th century, one of which claims 16th-century Conquistadores found them plentiful in the region later known as Chihuahua.[7]A progenitor of the breed was reputedly found in 1850 in old ruins near Casas Grandes in the Mexican state of Chihuahua from which the breed gets its name,[8] although most artifacts relating to its existence are found around Mexico City. A…

Barack Obama’s Philosophy

Obama’s Philosophy Political and Personal Ebonee Harris Rev. Snipes Philosophy 1/22/09 Barack Obama has many philosophies that he lives by both personal and political. On a political note, the central point of Barack Obama’s economic plan is to tax the rich in order to give money to the poor. Of course, this is nothing more than the core philosophy of the welfare state. It is also the core principle of socialism. One of President Obama’s Philosophies is the rejection of “either/or” politics for “both/and” politics. The idea is simple it says that Americans recognize that life is rarely about choosing only one of two alternatives, but that the solution to many challenges is to embrace a comprehensive approach. President Obama emphasizes that personal responsibility and the values of character and achievement are undeniably critical to success and progress, but upholding these values are not an excuse for society and government to do nothing. In other words, “conservative” values are not alternatives for “liberal” programs and policies; rather, those values help those very programs and policies succeed. Obama is a family man so another point in his philosophy is to help provide and help families provide for themselves. Obama’s philosophy, there is much that we found significant — and encouraging — in the Chicago speech. Acknowledging that “many Americans may find it tempting to turn inward” after the failures in Iraq and elsewhere, the senator quoted Franklin Roosevelt in saying the United States nevertheless must continue to “lead the world in battling immediate evils and promoting the ultimate good.” Mr. Obama called for a sizable increase in the size of the Army and for the reinforcement of NATO forces in Afghanistan. He said that “no president should ever hesitate to use force — unilaterally if necessary — to protect ourselves and our vital interests when we are attacked or imminently threatened.” Mr. Obama would not retreat from the Middle East:…