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“The Art of Choosing the Perfect Necklace: Expressing Your Style with Confidence”

 Choosing the perfect necklace is an art form that allows you to express your individuality and style. By considering your personal style, the occasion, neckline, length, comfort, and mixing different styles, you can find the necklace that perfectly complements your outfit and enhances your overall look. Remember, there are no strict rules in necklace picking, only guidelines to help you navigate the vast options available. So, embrace the process, have fun experimenting, and let your necklace be a reflection of your unique style and personality. 

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Title: Exploring the Role of Chat GPT in the Classroom: Enhancing Learning and Developing Critical Thinking Skills

 
First, use chat GPT to 1: “explain” something, 2: “write” something 3: “”brainstorm. (See class lecture on using AI in the classroom). Make copies of the results of these activities and include them on the PDF you submit on CANVAS. This part is mandatory. The rest is a matter of picking and choosing what you think is interesting to comment on.
Then answer (some) of the following questions (you decide):
Do you think chat box like chatGPT will help you focus on what is important?
Save you time?
Will chatGPT provide feedback to you before turning in your assignments?
How can the professor in this class make sure my assignments develop your skills and challenge you to think, not just copy/paste from a chat bot?
Conversation is a timeless skill. We are still going to need to talk to other humans. You will still need to come up with opinions and support them. You’ll still need to come up with questions and ask them of other people. How does the professor support that?
Should we do more discussion? More small group discussions? More whole class discussion? Forum discussions? How can we use these discussions to make meaning?
How about collaborative learning, working together? How about more creative demonstrations of learning? Videos? Storyboards? Infographics? Instagram stories? Webpages? Public service announcements? Billboards?
How about “brain dump” quizzes ie “what do you remember from class yesterday, last week?
Plus, there are all these existential questions related to artificial intelligence. What does it mean to be a person? What makes it us special as human beings? What can we do that artificial intelligence can’t or what are we better at?
Now, do all this in 500 words.

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“Keeping Your Kitchen Safe: Learning and Applying Food Safety Measures” 1. From the video, I learned that foodborne bacteria can easily spread from surface to surface, especially through cross-contamination. This means that even if a surface looks clean, it

 To begin, type your responses to questions 1-5  
 
TOPIC. Is your kitchen safe?
Each year in the United States, more than 70 million cases of foodborne illness occur, resulting in 5,000 deaths.  This video examines foodborne bacteria including how they are spread.  As you watch the video, pay close attention to how the bacteria are spread from surface to surface:
the video link.  

After watching the video, see if your kitchen can pass these food safety tests. To find out, go to:
LA County Dept of Public Health – Food Safety QuizLinks to an external site.
Clemson University – The Clean Kitchen TestLinks to an external site.
After you complete these, answer the following questions in your message:
1. Please describe what you learned from the video AND what shocked you the most.
2. Summarize your results from the food safety tests.  What were your scores?  Overall, how did you do?  Is this what you expected?  Why or why not?  Please explain your answer.
3. Based on what you have learned from the video and how you answered the questions on the food safety tests, DESCRIBE (don’t just list) 2 changes should you make in the way you store and handle foods in your kitchen? Please provide specific examples.  OR, if you don’t have to make any changes, please DESCRIBE (don’t just list) 2 things that you are already doing to keep your food safe?
4. Are there any foods that you will eliminate from your diet to minimize your risk of food borne illness? If so, which ones and why? If your answer is no, why not? Please explain your answer in detail.
5. How would you apply the information learned here to an early childhood education setting?  In your answer please list AND describe 2 things and include examples (don’t just list) that you can do to keep children safe from food borne illnesses.

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“Assessing Personal Wellness Practices and Identifying Areas for Improvement” One area that I would like to learn more about is the importance of vaccinations and how they contribute to overall health and wellness. I am interested in this topic because I have always been

 
Personal Wellness Practices.
Please rate yourself on these health and wellness practices. You MUST select an answer for each practice.
– I eat vegetables and/or fruits at every meal.     [“sometimes,] 
– I eat low-fat dairy products. [ sometimes]
 -Half of the grains I eat are whole grains (brown rice, whole wheat bread, whole wheat pasta, oats). [sometimes]
– I eat a variety of protein foods (meat, seafood, poultry, nuts, seeds, beans). [always]
– I smoke. [never]
– I get at least 150 minutes of exercise every week [sometimes]
–  I see my primary care physician once each year. [Always]
– My vaccinations are up to date. [never]
– I get a dental check up at least once each year. [ always]
– I recognize signs of illness and stay home when I am ill. [always]
– I get 8 hours of sleep most nights. [always]
– I wear a seat belt and do not text when driving. [always]
– I develop friendships and enjoy socializing and laughing with others. [sometimes]
– I have friends/family with whom I can consult when I have worries or concerns. [Always]
{{{{{{{{Now that you’ve had a chance to rate yourself on these wellness practices, please list 1 area or topic that you would like to learn more about AND explain why you’re interested in it. We’ll figure out a way to incorporate it into our course this semester. }}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}}} 

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Title: “Promoting Health and Wellness in Early Childhood Education: Understanding Risks, Influences, and Responsibilities”

 
1. What types of health issues are young children at risk of?
2. Explain how the environment can influence a child’s well-being and provide at least 2
examples.
3. What are the key characteristics of high quality early childhood programs?
4. Define wellness. Describe how nutrition, health, and safety contribute to your definition
of wellness.
5. Describe how early childhood teachers’ responsibilities intersect at each level of
Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological System Theory. As you think of each level, what can
teachers do to contribute to the quality of early childhood education?

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Title: The Power of Team Collaboration: Reflecting on Positive and Negative Experiences

Description
Primary Response is due by Thursday (11:59:59pm Central), Peer Responses are due by Saturday (11:59:59pm Central).
Primary Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 300–500 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future discussions by your classmates. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas.
For this Discussion Board, please complete the following:
Team Collaboration
Working together in groups requires cooperating and collaborating with others. It also requires motivation. Click here to watch the video, “What makes us feel good about our work?”
Respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas:
Have you been a part of or watched an amazing team or a terrible team? Could be a group or team at work, in your community, or participating in a hobby. Describe the team.
What contributed to the team being positive or negative? In your opinion, why were the contributions positive or negative?

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Title: “PB&J 101: The Ultimate Guide to Making the Perfect Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich”

Assistance with 13 slides on how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Each slide must include a picture with the information needed for each slide. Directions are attached. 

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Title: “Reimagining the Present: A Contemporary Exploration of Identity and Representation”

tudents are required to develop a well thought-out and researched proposal (3,000 words) for group show (featuring works by at least 3 artists) around a given topic or theme. This proposal must present a rationale for a topical, feasible and conceptually coherent exhibition that demonstrates awareness of key curatorial debates.
Students are asked to choose one of three options:
1. A show for a room in Tate Modern. Be sure to choose the room carefully. Source your works (between 5 and 8 of them) from the Tate Collection. You can find all works currently held by the Tate on the website. Remember that when works by British artists in the Tate Collection are put on display, they tend to be shown at Tate Britain (or Liverpool, or St Ives): to propose a show consisting mainly or entirely of works by British artists is not appropriate.
2. A summer group show for a commercial gallery in London, featuring only works (between 5 and 8 of them) by gallery artists (that is to say, artists represented by the gallery in question). Please choose one of the following: Frith Street Gallery, White Cube Gallery (Mason’s Yard), Victoria Miro Gallery (one floor only), Maureen Paley Gallery, Hollybush Gardens, Hales Gallery, Hauser & Wirth and Pilar Corrias. If you choose one of the bigger galleries (eg. White Cube Mason’s Yard), you may want to confine your show to just one room. If you choose Hauser & Wirth, please work with one of the two spaces, not both.
3. An event, lasting an evening or a whole day, for a project space (eg. Guest Projects). This may be either a programme of performance art or a screening of moving image works. Please include between 5 and 8 works and use only works you can view on the internet. Note: you can also incorporate works of performance art or moving image works if you choose options 1 or 2. If you decide to curate a screening, please work on the assumption that you have only 1 screen (in other words do not include multiscreen installations).
The proposal should address the following points:
· What is novel or unique about this exhibition? How does it present a fresh perspective on the theme and selected works? How does this show relate to past exhibitions on this theme? How are you positioning your show in relation to those earlier exhibitions?
· Open with a paragraph outlining your project, explaining what makes it timely or novel, why it deserves to be put on, what it will contribute to current thinking around a particular question or theme.
· Provide a coherent justification for your selection of specific works of art by various artists. Be very specific when writing about each artist’s work, and make a clear, compelling case for its inclusion. How does it connect to the theme of the exhibition? How does it contribute to the show? How does it contrast with or complement the other pieces?
· Discuss your layout. How did you come to it? (If you choose option 3, the sequence will matter more than the layout.)
· Concentrate on how the exhibition demonstrates a specific engagement with contemporary curatorial debates. Be as specific as possible.
· The proposal must briefly demonstrate your understanding of the priorities and audience of Tate Modern or the commercial or project space for which it was conceived. Explain what makes your show suitable for the space in your curatorial rationale.
Please remember that a convincing curatorial project is built on extensive research—on the featured works, on the theme or unifying thread and on related shows.
Please also make sure you include only works of contemporary art—that is to say, works made in the period from 1968 to the present.

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Title: Exploring Ethical Issues in Doctor-Patient Confidentiality and Informed Consent

1. Consider the issue of doctor-patient confidentiality from the patient’s perspective. As a patient, do you think your doctor has an absolute duty to maintain your confidentiality, or are there some circumstances in which you think your doctor would be right to violate your confidentiality?
2. In your own words, explain how Fleck and Angell each answer the main question posed for this case study: “Would Carlos’s physician be morally justified in breaching patient confidentiality on the grounds that he had a ‘duty to warn’?” Of the two, which do you think gives the better answer, and why?
3. Identify some differences between medical ethics and nursing ethics discussed by Sarah Breier-Mackie.  
4. What practical and/or ethical problems does Howard Brody identify for the community-practice and conversation standards for informed consent?
5. Which of these does Brody recommend: the community practice, conversation, or transparency standard? Do you agree with him: why or why not?

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Title: “The Perfect PB&J: A Step-by-Step Guide to Making the Classic Sandwich” 1. Attention Getter: “Raise your hand if you love a good peanut butter and jelly sandwich!” 2. History: The peanut

 Assistance with  how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich presentation. There are no slide but each section must include information from the attached document. 
1. Attention Getter
2. History
3. Speaker Credibility
4. Audience Relevance
5. Gather Ingredients or Supplies
6. Recipe
7. Steps on making the sandwich
8. Conclusion 
Presentation is 3-5 minutes