VIDEO GAME VIOLENCE
August 7, 2010
Does video game violence have a violent impact on our nations youth? My
research has left me with the answer NO! So I took it upon myself to play one of these
video games and try a little experiment. The game I played wa
The thinking exercise was a great learning tool with many ways of utilizing it. It would be a perfect tool to
use in my PowerPoint presentations as a visual aide. This exercise is good for a simple way of showing result
A SWOT Analysis for Online Learning
In business and marketing, folks often use a process called a SWOT Analysis (an acronym
that stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats) to identify internal and
external factors that wil
I interviewed my good friend John who I served with in the Air Force. When he
decided to get out of the military and explore his career in computers on the civilian
side, he interviewed with Verizon. When he arrived for his interview he
There are 8 steps to problem solving; State the problem, analyze the problem,
brainstorm solutions, determine the criteria, explore each solution, choose the best
solution, evaluate the solution and refine the solution. In this report I am
Everyones a Critic
Movie critics, teachers, news commentators, editorial writers, mothers- (and fathers-) in-law,
spouses, exes, teenagers, best friends, bloggers, and American Idol judgeseveryones got
an opinion, right?
How do you consider
5 STEPS OF WRITING
Prewriting This step allows you to have fun and find questions about a subject and
Drafting Drafting allows you to put your questions to work and making a rough copy of
what it is you want to write.
Revising This is where you tak
SQ3R (Robinson, 1970) is a method for active elaboration of material that you read, say in a textbook. It
consists of 5 steps. I'll talk in terms of a chapter from the text, but this can be adapted to almost anything.
1. Survey (1 minute): Before beginnin
In my lifetime I have been exposed to several different cultures. I am going to try
and describe what I experienced during my time with each one. The first one I will cover
is the Japanese. I was exposed to this culture during my military tr
By Terry Lamoreaux
These past 5 weeks have been extremely challenging. I have been trying real
hard to balance my life and achieve my goals. It hasnt been working out the way I have
planned. Lets start by talking about my short
A Balancing Act
For long-term and short-term success, managing time and consistently re-creating life
balance demands ongoing work. Its always a work in progress. Whats your life balance?
Everyone weighs in at any time! We act, react, adapt,
An Up Hill Adventure
By Terry Lamoreaux
The past 3 weeks has been very challenging, but also satisfying at the same time. At
times it has been difficult to keep up with school work, home life, and going to work.
There has been many stressful days and ther
In this program you will be using MyFoundationsLab, an online tutorial, practice, and learning system
to help you master some basic skills needed for college and workplace success.
Before You Begin:
To register for MyFoundationsLab, you will
My SWOT Analysis
While I was doing this project it was difficult at first because I didn't want to think
of having any weaknesses or have anything negatively impact my goal for a degree.
After careful thought I have realized that I have a lot more weaknes