Stages of Global Education During the first stage of global education, the focus is on the individuals’ abilities to learn about their world. As a global education leader, write a course description you would include in a standardized curriculum to ensure that students learn about their own world. In the second and third stages of global education, the emphasis shifts to learning about other cultures and respect for others. Provide two course descriptions and their basic objectives that you would include in a standardized curriculum so that students learn about others’ worlds in order to gain respect for them.
Non-Manager’s Role in HRM Practices Traditionally, human resource management practices were developed and administered by the organization’s human resource department. Line managers/supervisors are now playing a major role in developing and implementing HRM practices. Why do you think non-HR managers are becoming more involved and what do you see as the main benefits for more involvement in HR from managers and supervisors? Support your answer with credible sources. Cite your sources using proper APA format (both in-text and reference entries). My Book is Managing Human Resources.
Protecting the Environment: Training in Environmental Law in Indonesia Read the article titled “Lessons learned from the Indonesia Australia Specialised Training Project, Environmental Law and Enforcement”, located here. This case study describes a 12-week “Environmental Law and Enforcement” workshop the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) held in Sydney, Australia for a group of 18 Indonesian, judges, prosecutors, environmental law enforcement officers, and environmental non-government organizations’ lawyers. Thoroughly review this case study and the challenges posed to global educators contained within this case study. Concentrate on the leadership skills that will be needed to create and maintain educational opportunities in this […]
Analyze the major philosophies In a short answer Analyze the major philosophies described in the textbook (e.g., idealism, realism, etc.). Then discuss three primary goals of the school district in which you work (or one with which you are most familiar) and determine which philosophy is reflected by these goals. (Note: Helpful information may be available on the school district’s Website.) Debate It: Take a position for or against this statement: The U.S. should establish a required core curriculum that includes liberal arts, science, math, and technology that must be met for high school graduation. Provide a rationale to support […]
Bank of America’s Acquisition of Merrill Lynch” Business Policy and Strategy Case Analysis: Bank of America’s Acquisition of Merrill Lynch Read the case, “Bank of America’s Acquisition of Merrill Lynch” on page 702-718. Use the case analysis format provided below to address to identify the problems and provide several suggested solutions that the Bank of America executive team can review for possible implementation. Be sure to identify “identify 2 to 3 problems” and “develop 2 to 3 possible solutions to the problems identified”, and use this as the focus for making your case in the case format. Note: The case […]
Historical Foundations of Curriculum Review the historical foundations of curriculum and then discuss two movements that had a significant impact on high school curriculum in the 1800s and continue to have an impact today. Speculate on the reasons the movements had and continue to have an impact. Review Table 3.4 “Overview of Curriculum Theorists, 1918—present.” Considering that the textbook claimed that Tyler “…summed up the best principles of curriculum making for the first half of the 20th century,” discuss two theorists that you believe have made a significant contribution to curriculum development. Provide reasons and examples to support your response.
Modern Theorists and Practice in Curriculum From the e-Activity, discuss at least three current areas of focus in curriculum development in either your specific subject area or an area of interest, or K-12 (include grade or age level). Then, discuss how those areas could impact curriculum design in your teaching area or school. Provide the Website(s) you referenced in your discussion, using APA format.
Management You have just been hired as the president of a Fortune 500 corporation. After observing operations and talking to many people at all levels of the organization, vendors, and customers, you are shocked to realize that the organization is in accordance with each of the items on the “Psychopathic Disorder Checklist.”
Technology and Its Role in International Education In this chapter, the point is made that asynchronous online education allows for a more in-depth discussion of sensitive topics such as prejudice, inequity, and injustice. Identify two additional advantages to conducting asynchronous courses for international students and how you would apply them to teach the subject of your choice. Describe the “perfect” technology solution for teaching internationally.
Business policy and strategy Instructions for Capstone Project Part 4 It’s time to finalize your research and put together your final proposal. Below is the summary of what is required for the final proposal. Project Part 4 is the final written analysis of your company’s strategic plan. Be sure to include: Summary Executive Summary Submit all of the previous project parts, incorporating any feedback received from your instructor. Required Sections: Part 1 Introduction Introduction and overview of your selected company along with an initial analysis of the growth opportunity Country of Choice Mode of Entry Part 2 Cultural Exchange and […]