Tommy Martin is finding it hard to interact with other children and his educators at school. He is in grade 4 now and has had this problem since kindergarten. He lacks interest in the classroom and he is difficult to work with. Often times he is sent to the principal’s office because of inappropriate behavior. He does not keep friend for lengthy periods of time. He is physically aggressive and very emotional, even about seemingly innocuous things. He does not like sympathy during these emotional times. Frequently he behaves like he is depressed. During these depression episodes he tends to stay by himself. He has a difficulty understanding and subsequently remembering material taught in class. NOTES: He lacks interest in the classroom and often-times he is sent to the principal’s office for bad behavior. He does not keep friend for lengthy periods of time. He is physically aggressive and very emotional, even about seemingly innocuous things. Frequently he behaves like he is depressed. During these depression episodes he tends to stay by himself. Tommy’s academic studies are in decline.

EBD is Correct! Tommy is physically aggressive, does not follow instructions, likes to keep to himself, is always nervous, and has difficulty interacting with his peers. Effective Practices that might work for Tommy • Give him his own work and compliment him in public for work well done. • Try to communicate with him at some level and make every effort to make the communication a positive experience. • Give Tommy special help with his intellectual studies, e.g., abbreviated homework, classmate mentoring, and selected decision points. • Put Tommy on a reward system, based on his achievement. • Assign a behavioral therapist to Tommy.

Jacob Perales is struggling at school. This is his third year in first grade. He is unable to understand material presented in class which due in part to his total lack of focus. His organizational skills are nonexistent. During any lesson he has...

...Algebra 222week3 Quiz
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Week3: Radicals and Rational Exponents, Date Submitted: 10/16/2014
1. Simplifying a sum or difference of radical expressions: Multivariate
Simplify as much as possible.
+8y48w3w3wy2
Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers.
You answered correctly:
33wy3w
2. Rationalizing the denominator of a radical expression
Rationalize the denominator and simplify.
611
You answered:
6611
Your answer is incorrect.
The correct answer is:
6611
3. Solving a radical equation that simplifies to a linear equation: One radical, basic
Solve for
u
, where
u
is a real number.
=+u96
If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas. If there is no solution, click on "No solution".
You answered correctly:
=u 27
4. Solving an equation using the odd-root property: Problem type 2
Solve
=−−w83240
where
w
is a real number.
Write your answer in simplified radical form.
You answered correctly:
=w+ 8233
5. Rational exponents: Negative exponents and fractional bases
Simplify. Write your answers without exponents.
=32−4/5
=1/81−34
You answered correctly:
32−4/5
=
1/16
1/81−34
=
27
6. Simplifying a radical expression with two variables
Simplify.
27x7w10
Assume that all variables represent positive real numbers.
You answered correctly:
3w5x33x
7. Simplifying a product involving square roots using the distributive...

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Synopsis of Tyler Denton / Student Profile
Due—Date—July 28, 2013
Class—AED/ 222
Instructor—Dr. LaShonda Reid
Synopsis of Tyler Denton / Student Profile
Tyler Denton is a young boy ready to start the first grade at his local School. The first grade teacher is Mrs. Preston. Tyler is like other young boys in that he likes to play and he always seems happy. In this respect school will be no problem. However Tyler has started to show signs of having Asperger’s Autism. Since he is just starting elementary school intervention plans may be necessary. These will involve Tyler’s parents Ellie and Brent Denton.
Tyler has many wonderful characteristics. He likes to play a lot. A large part of his time is spent play acting, i.e., pretending that he is someone else. Related activities that Tyler enjoys are singing and dancing. These interests are obviously related to the fact that he has a brilliant imagination. The imagination is so brilliant that sometimes he forgets where he is. This does get him into a lot of trouble. Tyler also likes physically oriented activities. He loves to go to the playground to use the equipment.
In addition he enjoys soccer and karate. However, he typically is a loner in these activities. When Tyler reads it is usually about animals. In any of these mentioned activities Tyler loses focus very quickly. Part of that is due to the fact that he gets side tracked very easily. It may be...

...IT240 Week3 Check Point
Complete Case Projects 3-1, 3-2, & 3-3 of Guide to Networking Essentials. After determining if a client-based or client/server model will be used, substantively justify your choice in 200 to 300 words.
Case Project 3-1
What changes in equipment are required to bring this company’s network
up to date to solve the shared-bandwidth problem?
The star topology would change to an extended star topology; I would upgrade the cables to Cat 5e or Cat 6 UTP. I would upgrade the Hubs to 1000 BaseT Switches, upgrade the 5 extra computers with 802.11n Mbps Wireless NIC, Upgrade the 10 computers with 10/100/1000 Mbps NIC, and install a 802.11n Wireless Router. I would add a server and restrict access as needed.
What topology and which type of device can be used in the manufacturing area to solve the cabling difficulties?
Extended star topology, Wireless technology using a wireless router and wireless NIC. Repeater or wireless bridge can be installed to extend the signal.
Case Project 3-2
What type of topology should be used in this network?
Physical Star Topology
Will the network be peer to peer or server based?
Server Based
How many computers will be attached to the network?
There will be 50 computers connected to each server which will make 5 groups at a total of 250.
What kind of networking device...

...Checkpoint: IEP
By Brandon Morgan
AED222
8/16/2013
Dr. Demetrius
Ms. Brown is Star’s special education teacher. While Ms. Brown constantly works with Star she reviews everything she is taught by other therapists and everything Star is taught in the classroom. With this method of instruction from Ms. Brown she in a sense is being taught the same thing twice over to try and insure that Star is learning what she needs to learn.
Star has a variety of therapists working with her. There is physical, language, and reading therapists working with her constantly. Her language therapist helps her with her verbal skills. Her Reading specialist works with not only her but other children like her. By having a group activity with other children Star can learn more and become further engaged with others. Her physical therapist helps her work on her motor skills so she can become stronger and more like an ordinary child. Since her hearing is not as good as others Star is learning sign language from another therapist for the hearing impaired.
Like other normal children Star spends time in the classroom every day. However there are two individuals with her to assist her in the classroom. One is an aid that at times will focus all of her attention on Star. The other is a translator who remains to be able to help both Ms. Brown and Star communicate with each other.
Finally there are the parents of Star who are involved with everything in...

...IEP
The IEP meeting of Star, presented three professionals who are Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Rouviere, and Ms. McNeil.
Mrs. Brown is the regular classroom teacher, who teaches her students the represented curriculum.
Mrs. Rouviere: Speech Therapist; Mrs. Rouviere works with Star to improve her speech, language, voice, cognitive-communication and her fluency.
Mrs. McNeil: Interpreter; helps Star to bridge the communication gap by making sure Star can understand what’s going on around her. Through: facial expressions, choice of words, attitude and etc. These communications can represent different meanings that Star needs to be able to understand.
Rhonda: Special Education Teacher: works with Star to help her to develop life skills and her basic literacy skills. Rhonda still keeps to Star’s regular curriculum schedule which helps her to focus on her education being taught in the regular classroom.
Occupational Therapist: helps improve Star’s ability to perform tasks in her surrounding environment and to help improve her basic motor functions and reasoning abilities. Star’s Occupational Therapists goal is to help her obtain a productive, independent, and satisfying lifestyle.
Para-Educator: works with Star when the teacher is involved with the rest of the class and is unable to take that one on one time with Star. The Para takes on typical tasks performing instructional activities planned by the teacher. The Para gives Mrs. Brown the feedback of Star’s progress.
Deaf Education...

...Algebra 222week 4 Quiz
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Week 4: Quadratic Equations and Functions, Date Submitted: 10/26/2014
1. Finding the roots of a quadratic equation with leading coefficient 1
Solve for
y
.
=+y2−3y40
If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas. If there is no solution, click on "No solution."
You answered correctly:
=y− 4,1
2. Finding the roots of a quadratic equation with leading coefficient greater than 1
Solve for
v
.
=2v2+3v2
If there is more than one solution, separate them with commas. If there is no solution, click on "No solution."
You answered correctly:
=v− 2,-1/2
3. Completing the square
Fill in the blank to make the expression a perfect square.
+−w26w
You answered correctly:
+−w26w 9
2x2 - 7x+1=0
You answered correctly:
x =7+41/4, 7-/41/4
4. Applying the quadratic formula: Exact answers
Use the quadratic formula to solve for
x
.
2x2-7x-1=0
You answered correctly:
x =7+41/4, 7-41/4
5. Writing a quadratic equation given the roots and the leading coefficient
Write the quadratic equation whose roots are
−1
and
3
, and whose leading coefficient is
2
.
(Use the letter
x
to represent the variable.)
The correct answer is:
2x2−4x-6=0
6. Discriminant of a quadratic equation
Compute the value of the discriminant and give the number of real solutions of the quadratic equation.
=+−2x2−2x30
You answered correctly:...

...Running Header Personal Leadership Plan:
Personal Leadership Plan
University of Phoenix Axia College
Nadia Baboram
HSM-230
August 19, 2010
Leadership means vision, principle and, integrity. The definition is the power to motivate others through your words and deeds; this word also can be defined as the process of social influence in which a person can enlist the aid and support of the accomplishments of a task (Wikipedia, 2010). When an individual becomes a leader there are required to make several ethical decisions. As we move into the 21st century, there is an emphasis on leadership and moral leadership, and its complexities. One can easily argue that today’s leaders cannot afford ethics in today’s society, although there is an increase in responsibilities and political or economic pressure. However, an alternative view would argue that leaders should follow the necessities of ethics. Furthermore, ethical leadership is an expansion of quality human services, consumers and community citizens, and committed employees (Manning, 2003).
Ethical leadership may be easily used to ethically motivate others in an ethical direction. Understanding the core values and having the courage to live be them can be hard for many individual, especially if they are financial driven or power stricken. Human Services field is generally considered a sensitive area which is of enormously important. They are several issue can be associated with ethical decisions in...

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MAT540 Week3 Homework
Chapter 14
1. The Hoylake Rescue Squad receives an emergency call every 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 hours, according to the following probability distribution. The squad is on duty 24 hours per day, 7 days per week:
Time Between
Emergency Calls (hr.)
Probability
1
0.05
2
0.10
3
0.30
4
0.30
5
0.20
6
0.05
1.00
a. Simulate the emergency calls for 3 days (note that this will require a “running”, or cumulative, hourly clock), using the random number table.
b. Compute the average time between calls and compare this value with the expected value of the time between calls from the probability distribution. Why are the results different?
2. The time between arrivals of cars at the Petroco Service Station is defined by the following probability distribution:
Time Between
Arrivals (min.)
Probability
1
0.15
2
0.30
3
0.40
4
0.15
1.00
a. Simulate the arrival of cars at the service station for 20 arrivals and compute the average time between arrivals.
b. Simulate the arrival of cars at the service station for 1 hour, using a different stream of random numbers from those used in (a) and compute the average time between arrivals.
c. Compare the results obtained in (a) and (b).
3. The Dynaco Manufacturing Company produces a product in a process consisting of operations...