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...

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...

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...

What is the future of travel technology in the Middle East? How will the travel industry adapt and implement emerging technologies?

WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL TECHNOLOGY IN THE MIDDLE EAST? HOW WILL THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY ADAPT AND IMPLEMENT EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES? By (Name) Course Professor Institutional Affiliation City/ State Date: Abstract The travel industry in the Middle East has experienced tremendous growth in the recent decade. The growths experienced are attributed to the development of the technological innovations and inventions. Reviews of the study indicate that the Middle East is considered as one of the hubs of the tourism sector with visitors having a higher propensity to spend. The analysis illuminates that a significant part of the development is a by-product of the infusion of new technologies...

Thesis final v7

Comparative Analysis of Louvain and K-Means Methods for Community Detection By Firstname LastnameUniversity Name Abstract Community detection in the graphs of complex real network systems is a significant area of data science research. A community or a cluster is one that has many edges joining the vertices included within the cluster while fewer edges joining with the vertices not included. The criteria for inclusion in a community is based on the data of the vertices and edges. A system’s data helps form communities of a system. These communities help the data analysts in getting a high-level view of the system’s constituents. Such a view is crucial for executing behavioral analysis,...

The relation between the European union and Turkey with focus on the refugee crisis

Introduction The relation between the European Union and Turkey with a focus on the Refugee crisis. Turkey has been one of the Main entrances for European migrants from the time the Cold War came to an end. Turkey had become the transit country for migrants during the 1990s (İçduygu 7). Most of the migrants opted to relocate to Turkey first before moving to the West. However, Turkey could not document the asylum seekers officially because there was no established method of doing so (İçduygu 8). This, in turn, affected their negotiations with the European Union. There has been a strong relationship between the EU and Turkey. There has been a series of negotiations pertaining to the refugee...

The relationship of socio-economic status and confidence at work

Dissertation The relationship of SES and confidence at the workplace “I declare that this dissertation is all my own work and the sources of information and material I have used (including the Internet) have been fully identified and properly acknowledged as required.” TOC o "1-3" h z u Abstract PAGEREF _Toc522141643 h ii1Introduction (research aims and objectives) PAGEREF _Toc522141644 h 12Literature Review PAGEREF _Toc522141645 h 22.1The Role of Motivation in Self-confidence (R: the importance of self-confidence in the workplace) PAGEREF _Toc522141646 h 32.2Self-Esteem and Self-Confidence (R: defining self-confidence) PAGEREF _Toc522141647 h 42.3Antecedents of self-confidence PAGEREF...

The vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority toward ecclesial movements

The Vigilance of Competent Ecclesiastical Authority toward Ecclesial Movements Chapter I: The vigilance of competent ecclesiastical authority toward associations of the faithful through the ages Abstract The first chapter examines the development of ecclesiastical vigilance toward associations of the faithful in their Church life. The purpose of this undertaking is to surgically lay the groundwork for how vigilance as exercised by effective and competent ecclesiastical authority has been juridically relevant through the ages. First, the chapter deals with developments up to 1917, beginning with the earliest appearance of ecclesiastical vigilance over associations, known historically as...

The plight of african americans in the early 1990s

Name Professor Course Date The Plight of African-Americans in the Early 1900s The African-American civil movements are among the most prolific events in the country. William Edward Burghardt Du Boi in his poem The Song of the Smoke advocates for social justice and unification of Americans’ irrespective of racial and cultural backgrounds. Strangely enough, he does this by figuratively describing the plight of the Black community before and even after the Civil War. The poem is highly symbolic and takes a considerable effort to underline the central themeCITATION Wil07 p 1-5 l 1033 (Dubois 1-5). The poet does this to avoid legal repercussions associated with activism and to invoke a sense of...

The Impact and Contribution of Social Media on The Arab Uprising

The Impact and Contribution of Social Media on the Arab Uprising In the year 2011, the whole world stared and watched the events that were taking place in North Africa and the Middle East, and they felt inspired. Everyone marveled at the power that is digital technology, and the bravery and courage of the people who inspired the Arab spring. The events that took place at that time sparked the debate on what role social media and the new technology played (Associates, A. 2018). What research question(s) are you attempting to answer in your Thesis? Give as detailed an outline as possible at this stage, including any hypotheses you wish to test. This research paper will be trying to find out...