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Exemplified by guided reading and the CRA math process
Exemplified by assessment menus and learning contracts
Exemplified by PALs, Cooperative Learning, and Flipped classrooms
It is an online repository where only teachers can tag resources.
Archival and primary source websites
They identify materials with personally chosen keywords.
Performing records disposition - retirement, transfer or destruction - as directed by SECNAV Manual 5210.1, DON Records Management Program, Records Management Manual
Preserve records in your custody, then collect and forward the information as directed.
Preserved as evidence of the organization, functions, policies, decisions, procedures, operations or other activities of the Government
determine the target audience, examine instructional goals, and research current learning resources.
An outline of instructional strategies is created and learning activities and assessment are determined.
Build learning content, learning assignments, and assessment. Identify which technologies should be chosen to enhance the learning experience
Mathematical processes and concepts follow logical patterns and have a logical order. Students are capable of and should be allowed to explore this regularity and make their own sense of mathematics.
Flexibility Standardization Unity of Effort
Allows NIMS to be scalable from routine, local incidents through those requiring interstate mutual aid up to those requiring Federal assistance
Supports interoperability among multiple organizations in incident response
Reflect the knowledge specific to a given profession that is required for a professional in that field to perform a particular role. The HR Expertise competency in the SHRM Competency Model describes the technical knowledge specific to the HR field (such as that associated with talent management, recruiting, or compensation and benefits).
Includes clusters Leadership, Business, and Interpersonal.
Technical competencies reflect WHAT knowledge (what you know) HR professionals apply to their jobs, and behavioral competencies reflect HOW (what you do) they apply this knowledge.
Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.
Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, stenography and transcription, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology.
Knowledge of economic and accounting principles and practices, the financial markets, banking and the analysis and reporting of financial data.
The pre-training phase primarily involves _____. a. encouraging learners to apply what they have learned to their work b. preparing a concept map and curriculum road map to facilitate learning c. preparing, motivating, and energizing trainees to attend the learning event d. preparing instruction (classes, courses, programs, lessons) to facilitate learning
If training emphasizes total group discussion with limited presentation and no small-group interaction, a _____ seating arrangement will be most effective. a. conference-type b. horseshoe c. fan-type d. classroom-type
Which of the following statements is most true of Traditionalists? a. They don't mind being put on the spot in front of other trainees unlike Boomers. b. They dislike trainers asking them to share their experiences or anecdotes. c. They prefer dynamic learning environments. d. They value direct presentation of information that is organized logically.
Students create a Google Document about their summer vacation.
Students create a Google Slideshow about their favorite things and share with their teacher for feedback.
Students work collaboratively on a topic of their choice, create and publish an informational video to be shared at the School Board meeting.
Computing model delivering services for multiple customers to a shared pool of computing resources over a network
promotes massive, global, and industrywide applications offered to the general public
a cloud that is owned and operated by an organization for its own benefit
detailed knowledge of the data that must be included
C The DBMS provides applications for four processing operations: to read, insert, modify, or delete data.
Modelling, or "showing how", is perhaps the most powerful and pervasive form of instruction.
Prompting means encouraging the learner to use what they already know and can do
Questions may be directed towards building a particular aspect of students' knowledge, such as a strategy for encoding or decoding
Those companies that succeed in identifying and satisfying the needs of customers have a better chance of gaining that all-important _______________________________________.
What is the essence of design thinking? (this can be taught to entrepreneurs)
T/F: The concept of design thinking aligns with many of the facets of The Practice of Entrepreneurship (it incorporates the core elements of the practice and the essential skills of play, empathy, reflection, creation, and experimentation)
\Records management requires the safeguarding, protection and management of federal records - regardless of their format or classification.
documenting the history of the Department of the Navy
Moving the e-mail from your Inbox to a "Records" personal folder (.pst) you have created in MS Outlook.
the effect that past experiences have on the learning of a new skill.
1. similarity in the physical skills - greater the similarity, greater the amount of transfer. e.g. throw and throwing a cricket ball have similar techniques. 2. similarity in cognitive processing - transfer between sports where there is similarity in tactics and strategies. e.g. hockey and soccer: same number of players, same aim, similar strategies.
1. Skill to skill 2. Theory to practice 3. Training to competition
Systematic acquisition of KSAs resulting in improved performance in another environment
• Learning and Retention • Transfer of Training • Job Performance Improvement • Organizational Results (ROI)
• Over 90% of Fortune 500 firms • $55 billion per year across industries (1998)
acquiring knowledge and skills and having them readily available from memory so you can make sense of future problems and opportunities
1. To be useful, learning requires memory so that what's learned is still there later when we need it 2. We need to keep learning and remembering all our lives 3. Learning is an acquired skill and the most effective strategies are counterintuitive