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Write a sensory essay on something that’s very important to u be very detailed wen writing this essay and use your 5 sense
Milestone 1 Dropbox: Resume for a Trailblazer in Psychology to this dropbox so you can get feedback. Make sure your resume includes the following before you turn it in.
The resume should be constructed as though it was written by the Trailblazer at the height of their development/career.
It should take on a professional tone. Learn more about how to pay attention to tone in your writing by reading the
The resume should be no more than two pages in length and include the following areas:
Personal Demographic Information – birth place, dates, family information.
Education – listing of all educational attainment
Career Highlights – to include positions, organization, areas of study.
Implications for Contemporary Psychology – bulleted list of areas of contemporary psychology in which this theorist had an impact. In particular, consider the Trailblazers perceptions of support from family, community, and peers in challenging factors of social justice and the impact on the reflection component of their critical consciousness. For example, several Trailblazers specifically set out to conduct research to disprove beliefs that gender or racial differences existed in intelligence and IQ.
Submit resume to at least 2 peers for feedback. Peer assignments will be provided by the instructor. Please use the Peer Feedback Form and email directly to your partner via the D2L email.
2 milestone goal that u can occomplish time managemeInstructions
For this activity you will be demonstrating your understanding of the various steps of the Scientific Method.
You are to select a problem/topic in your personal life that you want to and can improve over the duration of this course. An example problem/topic could be weight lost, stress management, improve study habits, improve relationship with a certain person/persons, increase efficiency at work, etc.
You are to select a problem/topic in your personal life that you want to and can improve over the duration of this course. An example problem/topic could be weight lost, stress management, improve study habits, improve relationship with a certain person/persons, increase efficiency at work, etc. To help you think through this, download and complete items 1-6 only of the Alderman's (2004) Goal Setting form. You will complete and use items 7-8 later in Module 10 when you complete Milestone 5 where you will indicate the degree to which the change/improvement occurred, the potential reasons for reaching your goal, the potential reasons for not reaching your goal, and a reflection of your overall sense of satisfaction in the process. For now, let's focus on items 1-6.
Go to the Adaptive Courseware and review Unit 3, Module 3 on the Scientific Method.
Within this part of the reading you will be learning about the various steps of the Scientific Method. For the purpose of this milestone you will be developing stages 1-3 only.
Be sure to include the name of the problem/topic of study and a discussion of the steps you followed for each of the first three steps of the Scientific Method.
Also, include your answers to items 1-6 on Alderman's (2004) Goal Setting form.
Submit your summary via D2L email to at least 2 peers for feedback. Peer assignments will be provided by the instructor. Please use the
https://d2l.nl.edu/content/enforced/79795-90880.201690/module2/Peer_Review_Form.docx?_&d2lSessionVal=qItDPmBO8HR30Eaj6jik1Y5trPeer Review Form.
The steps of the Scientific Method are as follows:
Stage 1: Make an Observation – Describe the problem/topic you wish to improve. What are some observable facts about this problem you can list that will help you to develop a question for the study?
Stage 2: Ask Questions –The purpose of the question is to narrow the focus of the inquiry, to identify the problem in specific terms. An example question could be: What are some of the causes of my poor study habits? Will I feel better if I learn to reduce my stress?
Stage 3: Develop a Hypothesis – The great thing about a question is that it desperately yearns for an answer, and the next step in the scientific method is to suggest a possible answer in the form of a hypothesis. A hypothesis is an educated guess because it is almost always informed by what you already know about a topic. An example hypothesis statement could be: Practicing daily stress management techniques will reduce physical tension.
3 milestone operant conditioning.edu/owl/resource/652/1/OWL site.
Stage 2: Ask Questions –The purpose of the question is to narrow the focus of the inquiry, to identify the problem in specific terms. An example question could be: What a