1. What are the principles of conflict?
1. Principle 1: Conflict is a usual, unavoidable part of personal relationships. When people grow close to
one another, occasional disagreements are inevitable.
2. Principle 2: Conflict may be expressed overtly or c
The unit 9 seminar opens up with students sharing about their accomplishment of graduating, and
having one more semester. The professor talks about January 24 th will be the last day to turn in any late
work. We talk about how unit 10 is not graded. The p
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Creating A Safe Environment for Children 0-4 Months Old.
CE: 220 Child Safety Nutrition and Health
CREATING A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN 0-4 MONTHS OLD
1. Using the chapters on language and emotions to help frame your answer, suggest two ways that Ken
could open this conversation more productively, beyond clearly expressing his emotions and using I
I think Ken could have started the conversatio
Unit 2 Discussion Psychology
Explain what genes are, and how behavioral geneticists explain our human differences.
A gene is defined as a basic physical and functional unit of heredity. Genes are made up of DNA,
and act as instructions to make molecules c
The seminar opened talking about how some students were confused with what unit we were currently
in. We talked about unit 9 and if we couldnt make the seminar we had to do option two. We talked
about the power point assignment. We watched a video on YouT
Types of Play Unit 3 1
Types of Play Assignment
CE230-Creative Activities for Young Children
Types of Play Unit 3 2
To me this type of play
This occurs from birth to
This type of play sets the
In the classroom this
1. After reading the syllabus, do you have any concerns about the expectations for your course?
Do you understand the requirements for the discussion board, seminar participation, quizzes,
I have looked over the syllabus, and I do fully u
1. The author says that language is symbolic. What does this mean?
According to the text (Wood 2011 pg.90), the author explains that "words are symbols" which means
they are used to describe a thing, but they are not that particular thing in actuality. Th