Initial Reflection

What is an Initial Reflection? It certainly implies that there will be a Final Reflection and you are correct! There will be final reflection at the end of the course. Reflective writing is one way for you to see how your knowledge understanding and goals evolve over time. This assignment is designed to give you… Continue reading Initial Reflection

What is critical thinking? Critical thinking does not mean that we become critic

What is critical thinking? Critical thinking does not mean that we become critical people. Critical thinking means that we have the ability to rise above lower order thinking and critique information at a higher level. Higher-Order Thinking requires one to move beyond thinking in a dichotomy and the ability to think in a dialectic with… Continue reading What is critical thinking?
Critical thinking does not mean that we become critic

What is 2D art to you as one who lives in the 21st century? What kind of 2D art

What is 2D art to you as one who lives in the 21st century? What kind of 2D art do you personally like? What have you seen in this unit that you never knew existed as 2D art? How have your perceptions of art changed as you begin to understand the breadth of visual art… Continue reading What is 2D art to you as one who lives in the 21st century? What kind of 2D art

What Great Managers Do, Buckingham, 5In so much as sport management is the ap

What Great Managers Do Buckingham 5In so much as sport management is the application of business principles to the sport industry it is beneficial for the student to examine literature that is outside of sport and identify ways to make application of those principles within the sport context. This is the case with Buckinghams article… Continue reading What Great Managers Do, Buckingham, 5In so much as sport management is the ap

English Discussion

What discourses do you belong to? Share one secondary discourse that you belong to with the class here. Consider this as a pre-writing activity for your essay. BEFORE completing this activity please ensure that you have read Gees What is Literacy and watched the lecture provided for you in Unit 1. Discuss the five points… Continue reading English Discussion

What are your critical principles in watching films? Choose a film you enjoy. Ex

What are your critical principles in watching films? Choose a film you enjoy. Explain why you enjoyed it and what made it excellent (i.e. script actors editing music or cinematography). Identify and explain your standards for establishing excellence in films. For over 60 years NBC CBS ABC and Fox Entertainment dominated (Jacobus & Martin 2019).… Continue reading What are your critical principles in watching films? Choose a film you enjoy. Ex

Discussion: Assessing Your Community

What are the most important health needs of your community? Where would your efforts as public health professional be best utilized? There are several ways to answer this question. When determining the most important needs you should consider multiple angles (e.g. perceived and actual needs) and different types of data sources (e.g. qualitative quantitative primary… Continue reading Discussion: Assessing Your Community

What are the different types of psychoeducation and psychotherapeutic clinical g

What are the different types of psychoeducation and psychotherapeutic clinical group therapies often used in treatment of substance use disorders? How would the prescreening process for referrals look different for each?If you determined a client needed a referral for an alternative treatment how would you describe the referral process and complementary treatment alternatives?