Questionnaire Response

Questionnaire Response Mean SD 1 v The use of computer technology in the classroom increases academic achievement 4.25 4.21 2 v The use of computer technology in the classroom results in students with ASD neglecting important traditional learning resources (e.g., library books 3.25 3.9 3 e The use of computer technology in the classroom is effective because I believe I can implement it successfully 3.5 3.38 4 v The use of computer technology in the classroom promotes student collaboration. 5.25 7.2 5 c The use of computer technology in the classroom makes classroom management more difficult 3.75 2.81 6 v The use of computer technology in the classroom promotes the development of communication skills...

HIV Infection and AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa: Current Status, Challenges, and Opportunities

Kharsany and Karim (2016) carried out a systematic review looking into the epidemiology of HIV infections across sub-Saharan Africa covering the factors that promote high incidence and mortality rates. Moreover, it investigates the priorities for mitigating the progression of HIV to an epidemic. It considers the means of maximizing the usage of the already limited resources to achieve these objectives. These objectives were diverse making the discussion widely informative but poorly focused. Kharsany and Karim (2016) did little to describe their methods of selecting sources for their report; hence, it is impossible to note if they conducted the due diligence necessary to pick the right publications...

The Effectiveness of Interpersonal Therapy in Treating Depression

Depression is one of the most common mood disorders on earth, but also one of the most serious. It associates feelings of sadness and hopelessness and is the leading course of suicides of all times (Symonds & Anderson, 2012). Early treatment of the condition requires early diagnosis and intervention through various methods developed by specialists. Dysthymia, on the other hand, is a form of depression that is much milder but persistent (Symonds & Anderson, 2012). It can go on over two years, slowly affecting an individual and feeding their loneliness and hopelessness. Interpersonal therapy is a form of conversational therapy that focuses on patterns in the relationships that people form...

Workforce scheduling model

Workforce Scheduling Model Student’s Name: Institutional Affiliation: Chapter 4 Case Study and Model Formulation This chapter focuses on a case study of a power plant experiencing workforce problems of operators taking excess overtime hours. The extra hours require the plant to incur extra expenditure and add to overall production costs lowering the profit margin of the plant, aside from generating problems during regular scheduling of shifts. The solution to this problem is to formulate a mathematical model to generate the optimal workforce scheduling plan to reduce the demand for the excess overtime hours. An optimal workforce scheduling plan reduces the pressure on workers and allows the...

A Report on Solar Photovoltaic Energy

Abstract Renewable energy refers to the kind of energy whose source does not get depleted when used. This includes energy obtained from wind and solar power. On the other hand, non-renewable sources of energy constitute the particular energy whose source gets depleted once the energy is produced. Some of the sources of non-renewable energy include coal and fossils. It is economical for various energy organs within different parts of the world to supply energy from renewable sources to address the increasing energy demand that must have resulted from reduced energy being obtained from non-renewable sources that are at the threat of depletion. St. Eustatius Island is a Caribbean Island that is...

Policing

Compare and contrast the basic tenets of both traditional and community-based styles of policing. How is traditional policing different from community-based styles of policing? In both forms of policing, the officers receive calls and offer their responses. The traditional system was characterized by reactive bureaucracy and stringent management while the community-based style encompasses dynamism, transparency, and integration with the community (Cox, Marchionna & Fitch, 2015). The traditional system also received calls, offered responses, and closed the cases. The community-based style, on the other hand, placed never closed cases but rather compared them to other occurring cases to form a...

Why does the Public Education Can Help to Increase Breastfeeding Rates in the United States?

The Contribution of Public Education to Increasing Breastfeeding Rates in the United States Name Institutional Affiliation The contribution of Public Education to Increasing Breastfeeding Rates in the United States Abstract Breastfeeding among mothers in the United States is alarmingly low, despite the high rates of initiation. The low rate of breastfeeding among the mothers is despite the knowledge of health, financial and psychological benefits of breastfeeding to the mother, the child and their families (Brenner & Buescher, 2011). The indication is that the mothers who begin with the intention to breastfeed receive inadequate support and education that can facilitate their commitment...

Wine Marketing

Wine Marketing Name Institutional Affiliation Wine Marketing 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Wine Events and Shows Events and shows are important strategies of marketing products in specific target markets. Research in this field has realized a significant growth in the recent past given the fact these marketing strategies influence the growth of the economy. Businesses use events and shows as a means of regeneration and economic development not only to raise market awareness but also for reposition or position destination. This tool of marketing a brand allows entrepreneurs to get insight into consumer behavior, buying trends, and competitors’ way of doing business (Huang, 2011). These...

Women Empowerment in Pakistan

Name: Professor: Institution: Date: Abstract Pakistan has been among the counties that rank the poorest in gender equality. The percentage of women that are educated and those that are in the workforce are still deficient. Additionally, the number of women in leadership in government agencies and the legislative body is lower than the recommended ratio. There is the need to promote women empowerment in the country. This paper addresses essential issues concerning women empowerment. It will define the role of international organization and assess the progress of the nation in implementing the recommendations. It will provide a brief history of the status of women in Pakistan. The paper also...

Women equality

Women Equality Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Women Equality Gender Equality is a state of acquiring equal ease in access to opportunities and resources regardless of gender. It includes decision-making and economic participation; as well as the condition of valuing various behaviors, needs equality and aspiration in spite of gender. Gender equality is also referred to as sexual equality. It is the equality that exists between both men and women. It involves the concept which states that all human beings have the freedom to make their choices and establish their abilities without any limitation that is set by strict gender role, stereotypes and prejudices. Basing on the issue of...