… community services, sex offender treatment, offender substance abuse treatment, and offender reintegration. I also helped offenders with housing and court costs. My main responsibility in my internship position was to provide assistance and support to probation officers so that they could effectively carry out their duties. This ……
… ethical decisions on a daily basis. Interviews with senior executives can reveal the complexities of ethical decision making at the executive level, as personal morals frequently disconnect from the ethical culture governing the organization or the industry’s regulatory climate (Bailey & Shantz, 2018). Bandwagon fallacies—the sense that … something is normative it is ethical—predominate in the workplace. An interview with C. Linden (name altered to protect the individual’s privacy) shows how personal ethical beliefs clash with the prevailing norms and values in the field. Employee diversity adds to the complications involved in executive ethical decision-making, … actively involved in promoting the ethical culture of the company through more robust hiring and training practices. At the risk of overreliance on personal assessments, a human resources department can use tools and techniques to seek out the character traits most suitable to the organization’s outlook. Similarly, … and totally shift its approach……
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...Personal responsibility Psychology
What differentiated the control group from the two experimental groups and the two experimental groups from each other?
The aim of the experiment is key to differentiating all the groups involved: groups A, B, and control. Festinger and Carlsmith (1959) were trying to identify the occurrence of cognitive dissonance in the experiment through the motivations of the groups, thereby proving the validity of their theory over the behaviorist and reinforcement approach. The main difference between all the groups is the motivation/level of dissonance experienced. The control group experienced no dissonance, as they were not required to lie about the experimental procedure nor offered monetary compensation; the other groups were, however, motivated to lie via monetary compensation. Groups A and B are further differentiated by their level of “induced dissonance” through the amount of monetary compensation offered to them: group A received $1, which is significantly less than……
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… peer education could facilitate the change of mind in young people needed to get them to think more seriously about risk and taking responsibility. Promoted by Damon (1984) as a way to tap previously untapped potential, the idea is also found in the psycho-social theory of Bandura … health educators, both of whom received training in how to deliver program content to teens, with a focus on accountability, communication, leadership, and personal motivation, as well as on “developing skills related to college and career readiness, personal responsibility, public speaking, professionalism, time management, and reliability” (Parekh et al., 2018, p. 3). By emphasizing these critical skill sets and qualities, the educators … were most effective. What they found was that when the peer educators and health educators collaborated the impact was greatest because teens received personal stories from young mothers as well as important health information from a health care……
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… Zeno in Athens some four hundred years prior. Stoicism, which Marcus Aurelius promotes in Meditations, was based on both a logical system of personal ethics and observations of the law of the natural world. Marcus Aurelius and his book Meditations can be considered as important to the … Aurelius and his book Meditations can be considered as important to the laying of the foundation of virtue ethics and the notion of personal responsibility in the West for centuries as Aristotle or the later Scholastics (Strange). It was only with the arrival of the materialistic, liberal and ……
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… is a recovering alcoholic. When beer bottles and evidence of substance use surfaced in Jim’s life, his parents were understandably concerned. Likewise, Jim’s personal changes—such as being more withdrawn and not participating in class—are possible warning signs of ineffective coping. Whether or not Jim’s behaviors are due … talk about our goals in therapy. Let’s start…[break]…helping all three family members to engage in active listening and other mutually supportive styles of personal communication during family engagement. The language counselors use in therapeutic sessions is of critical importance, setting the tone for therapy and also promoting … and also promoting empathy and understanding to mitigate differences in culture or worldview (Rodriguez, Walters, Houck, et al., 2017).
III. Description of Learning
personal stressors are inevitable in life; family therapy and CBT can reveal diverse coping strategies for managing stressors and perhaps even benefitting from them. ……
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… prevention programs focus on curtailing forms of violence in society, such as child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault. These programs often emphasize personal responsibility, information about what constitutes violence (it is often the case that offenders do not even realize they are being abusive), why long-term solutions ……
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...Personal responsibility ASSIGNMENT VI: CROSS-CURRICULAR LESSON TEMPLATE
GROUP LESSON PLAN & TEACH MINI LESSON in class
All components below must be present.
Note: Sources obtained or borrowed must be cited (in the lesson plan and power point
presentation) whether they originate from a book chapter, an article, a website or a
fieldwork teacher you observed.
Grade Level: (9-12th)
Two Content Areas of Lesson:
Reconstruction and Industrialization & Urbanization.
Lesson Theme (overarching concept that will be taught, that applies to the subjects the group has decided to focus on):
The lesson will focus on understanding industrial development in the United States in the aftermath of the American Civil War, which is a period commonly known as Reconstruction.
Narrative Overview (2-3 short paragraphs):
• Describe the cross-curricular (at least 2 subjects) lesson or unit.
This lesson will provide significant insights relating to historical and economic development of the United States during this period. Therefore,……
Gay, G. (2010). Culturally responsive teaching – theory, research and practice (2nd ed.). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
… privacy have become the greatest issue facing 21st century ethical leadership. Indeed, public and private sector organizations of all types routinely collect consumers’ personal information and use it in ways that are violative of the spirit if not the letter of the law, and the proliferation of … threat to ethical leadership, including recent and current trends in global leadership. In addition, a discussion concerning the various ways that threats to personal privacy manifest and what organizational and leadership theorists maintain should be done about them is followed by a summary of the research and … by a summary of the research and the key findings that emerged in the paper’s conclusion.
Review and Discussion
Overview of threats to personal privacy
Together with freedom of speech and religion, many consumers prize their personal privacy above all else. Although the concept lacks definitional clarity, the term “privacy” is generally used……
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Haslag, C. (2018, Fall). Technology or privacy: Should you really have to choose only one? Missouri Law Review, 83(4), 1027-1033.
Karn, R. (2019). The biggest threat to data security? Humans, of course. The Privacy Advisor. Retrieved from https://iapp.org/news/a/the-biggest-threat-to-data-security-humans-of-course/ .
Sharma, P. (2017, June). Organizational culture as a predictor of job satisfaction: The role of age and gender. Journal of Contemporary Management Issues, 22(1), 35-40.
Taslitz, A. E. (2009, Spring). The Fourth Amendment in the twenty-first century: Technology, privacy, and human emotions. Law and Contemporary Problems, 65(2), 125-131.
A personal Philosophy of Education
In sum, I believe the long-range impact that educational leadership should have on stakeholders and on the community includes … involvement of parents in their children’s education and lobbying policymakers for additional classroom educators. The purpose of this paper is to explicate my personal leadership philosophy as it applies to education as well as a discussion concerning the rationale in support of this philosophy.
A personal LEADERSHIP PHILOSOPHY
My personal philosophy of leadership is that educational leaders can play a vitally important role in providing students with the critical thinking skills required in … combine to determine how well young learners acquire skills and knowledge.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a description of my personal philosophy of educational leadership with respect to the need to help all students achieve the full potential, including developing the critical thinking skills … is increasingly……
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