Chat with us, powered by LiveChat Reflect on what you have learned throughout this course adult learning theory Explain how you will apply theories and ideas that you have learned Provide concrete examples from yo - Very-Good Essays

Reflect on what you have learned throughout this course adult learning theory Explain how you will apply theories and ideas that you have learned Provide concrete examples from yo

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Reflect on what you have learned throughout this course (adult learning theory).  Explain how you will apply theories and ideas that you have learned.  Provide concrete examples from your current or future position.


Family Life Education takes place place in a number of different settings. Choose two or three FLE settings of interest to you and then discuss the characteristics of these settings. Think about some of the challenges that you believe might come up when providing FLE programming in the settings you have chosen. Discuss these challenges but do not just list the challenges noted  in our textbook. Come up with some of your own ideas and tells us why you believe these might be an issue. Think outside of the box. Support your discussion.


When I was in elementary school, I didn't run into a lot of children with medical conditions.

· There was a single child in my school who had Down Syndrome, and no one was ever told of any medical issues relating to this diagnosis.

· We had a special lesson about a boy in my class who was in a  Spica Cast (a cast which covers the entire torso) for a few weeks during 6th grade. We were just told to be careful not to bump into him, but nothing more.

· At least two students had Asthma. I was pretty familiar with Asthma since my sister was one of the two! 

There was never any information shared about any conditions…..and there was nothing more significant than these 4 diagnoses in our school to our knowledge.


Fast forward now to what I have seen in-school: cerebral palsy, spina bifida, sickle cell anemia, diabetes, cancer, organ transplant recipients…..and with much of the medical care comes changes in appearance and the traumatic impact on children attending school with those children.

Think back to when you were in elementary school – what medical needs or disabilities do you remember existing in your class or in your school? What do you think has changed in how administrators and teachers view "medically fragile" children? How do you see the role of Child Life growing as a result of this change? Why do you think this change in Child Life is necessary?


There are many different forms of child abuse and neglect. Pick a case study, (click on the case study link), provide a brief summary, identify the risk factors you believe are present, and explain whether or not the family is appropriate for Family Preservation or Child Placement. How would you help this family? You must defend your answer with facts from the lesson.


Topic B: Ayn Rand's Rational Egoism

Do some research into Rand's rational egoism and then either defend her theory as a reasonable way to make moral judgments or argue that her way of thinking about morality is untenable. Pick a situation like charity, community service or government assistance (Welfare) and, after providing what you feel would be her attituded toward the action, discuss if you feel she is morally right.



Please note that this is a threaded discussion, allowing you to have an extended conversation in a smaller group. Your instructor will set up four groups. Read the rest of the instructions below and post accordingly. Do not start your own thread. If there are already more than five students in a group, consider selecting a different group to keep the conversations lively.

Read the article "POV: Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Writing at the University: Let's Embrace It." and then decide how you want to respond to it. Choose one of the following ways.

· Skeptic, challenging the author

· Reflector, thinking about how the reading applies to you and others

· Validator, supporting the author

· Extender, applying the author's principles to future situations

Descriptions of these roles are found below. Once you've decided, make your initial post under the appropriate thread (Skeptic, Reflector, Validator, or Extender). 

Skeptic – Challenge some items in the reading. Be specific about what you disagree with and provide substantive evidence (logic, examples, or even research). Here's a way to start your post: "I disagree with many points in the editorial because…"

Reflector – Think about the concepts set forth in the reading as they relate to your own experiences or those of others. Be specific about your observations, explaining how you have reached your conclusions. Here's a way to start your post: "Reading this article makes me think of a class I took a month ago…"

Validator – Support some items in the reading. Be specific about which points you agree with, explaining why you do. Provide evidence. Here's a way to start your post: "I agree with many of the author's points, such as…"

Extender – Show how the concepts might be applied in future situations. You may focus on both positive and negative ramifications. Be specific as you extend the conversation. Here's a way to start your post: "This editorial made me wonder how the concepts might be applied to…"


Discussion Questions: Define critical infrastructure and key resources and describe their relevance to homeland security efforts and related capabilities. Of the 16 critical infrastructure sectors, pick one of the six listed below and describe current areas of risk and associated vulnerabilities for the sector. 

1. Chemical Sector 

2. Energy Sector

3. Food and Agriculture Sector

4. Healthcare and Public Health Sector

5. Transportation Services Sector

6. Water and Wastewater Systems Sector


Topic A: Animal Rights

Assuming the research by DeWaal is correct, most if not all social animals have innate dispositions to cooperate for survival and as such, develop moral codes for behavior. As such, should humans not work more to ensure animals have basic rights even if they cannot ask for them? What rights should those be and is there some sort of hierarchy (should dogs have more rights than mice).


It has been such a pleasure getting to know all of you over the past several weeks.  Please respond to this final, ungraded discussion with your thoughts regarding the course (organizational behavior).  Did you enjoy the topics that we discussed?  Which discussion did you find to be the most useful?  Is there a topic that you feel did not lend itself to the course? If so, what would you recommend discussing as an alternative?

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