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The new paradigm of education requires the student, teacher, and parents to be informed of what the student has actually learned at any point in time, to assure that progress is continuous and personalized, and to make good decisions about what to learn next. The recordkeeping tool of an information-age LMS will replace the current report card.

References:
Reigeluth, C. M., Watson, W. R., Watson, S. L., Dutta, P., Chen, Z. C., & Powell, N. D. P. (2008). Roles for technology in the information-age paradigm of education: Learning management systems. Educational Technology, 48(6), 32-39.

Some have suggested approaches for replacing the current report card. For example, Reigeluth and colleagues (2008) suggest a recording-keeping tool that could inform key stake holders of the current state of a student’s knowledge to facilitate good decision-making about what a student should study next.

References:
Reigeluth, C. M., Watson, W. R., Watson, S. L., Dutta, P., Chen, Z. C., & Powell, N. D. P. (2008). Roles for technology in the information-age paradigm of education: Learning management systems. Educational Technology, 48(6), 32-39.

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In the 1986 soccer World Cup final, the Argentine star Diego Maradona did not score a goal but his passes through a ring of West German defenders led to two Argentine goals. The value of a star cannot be assessed only by looking at his scoring performance; his contributions to his teammates’ performance is crucial, and assist statistics help measure this contribution.

References:
Dixit, A. K., & Nalebuff, B. J. (1991).Thinking strategically: The competitive edge in business, politics, and everyday life. New York, NY: Norton.

The soccer World Cup final consistently captures worldwide attention and vaults players into the spotlight. Consider Argentine star Diego Maradona in the 1986 World Cup final. His amazing performance was not evident by examining scoring performance. It was his role in improving the play of those around him that was important. Two perfectly executed assists provide evidence of his star performance.

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Item 3 

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When the observation begins, the state of each classification is noted along with the time. As can be seen in Figure 1, at 7:21:48 a.m. the cloud structure is cirrus, precipitation is null, atmospheric pressure is above 30 (p.s.i.), air temperature is 33°F, and the season is winter. The observer waits until there is a change in one or more classifications before recording further. For example, in Figure 1 the first change observed was at 7:46:18 a.m. when the atmospheric pressure dropped to below 30 (p.s.i.). The next change was at 8:24:15 a.m. when the cloud structure directly overhead changed to nimbus stratus.

References:
Frick, T. W. (1990). Analysis of patterns in time: A method of recording and quantifying temporal relations in education. American Educational Research Journal, 27(1), 180-204.

When the observation begins, the state of each classification is noted along with the time. For example at the start, cloud structure is cirrus, precipitation is absent, atmospheric pressure is above 29 (p.s.i.), air temperature is 56°F, and the season is winter at precisely 7:21:48 a.m.. After waiting, the observer notes that there is a change in one or more classifications before recording further. For example, at 7:46:18 a.m. the atmospheric pressure drops to below 29 (p.s.i.). The next change is at 8:24:15 a.m. when the cloud structure directly overhead changes to nimbus stratus.

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The Diffusion Simulation Game (DSG) teaches change management strategies which are consistent with Rogers’ (2003) diffusion of innovation theory and related research. The player’s goal within the DSG is to promote the acquisition of strategies that result in the adoption of an instructional innovation (peer tutoring) by the principal, teachers, and support staff at a fictional junior high school. The underlying model of the DSG represents several concepts of the diffusion of innovations theory such as: progressive adoption stages (awareness, interest, appraisal and trial, and adoption of the innovation), adopter types (innovators, early adopters, early majority, late majority, and laggards), opinion leaders, and gatekeepers.

Reference
Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of Innovations (5th ed.). New York: The Free Press.

References:
Lara, M. A., Myers, R., Frick, T. W., Aslan, S., & Michaelidou, T. (2010). A design case: Developing an enhanced version of the Diffusion Simulation Game. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 1(1). Retrieved from https://tedfrick.sitehost.iu.edu/
aDesignCaseIJDL2010.pdf

Diffusion of innovations theory concepts that are represented in the Diffusion Simulation Game include progressive adoption stages, adopter types, opinion leaders, and gatekeepers (Lara, Myers, Frick, Aslan, & Michaelidou, 2010). The problem of how to best get people to adopt an innovation should be particularly familiar to those interested in technology start-ups. Perhaps a version of the game could be created to help people learn about diffusion of innovations theory in an entrepreneurial context.

References:
Lara, M. A., Myers, R., Frick, T. W., Aslan, S., & Michaelidou, T. (2010). A design case: Developing an enhanced version of the Diffusion Simulation Game. International Journal of Designs for Learning, 1(1). Retrieved from https://tedfrick.sitehost.iu.edu/
aDesignCaseIJDL2010.pdf

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What, however, does not merge in this autobiographical text are the ego boundaries of mother and daughter, mother and granddaughter. They always stand apart but close, always in relation to each other, always in a mental and spiritual proximity, but as presented by the text, never threatening each other’s subjectivity. In this way, this textual representation of female and, in particular, maternal subjectivity rewrites–or rather, writes herself out of–the patriarchal inscription of the maternal: there is no fusion between the mother and the child; as is the self-sacrificial element of mothering missing from the text.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

The lead women in this autobiographical text consistently stand closely to each other while remaining separate individuals. With respect to their mental and spiritual perspectives, they strike a balance between closeness and independence. Through these relationships, the “textual representation of female and, in particular, maternal subjectivity rewrites–or rather, writes herself out of–the patriarchal inscription of the maternal” (Séllei, 2009, p. 180).

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

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The fact that the day of Queen Victoria’s funeral coincides with the birth of the narrator may, on the one hand, signify the cultural moment when Victorian decency and codes of femininity are left behind, buried, and put to rest, and in this way, it can be interpreted as a moment when even certain untold stories can be told. On the other hand, however, it may also foretell something of a story in which matrilineage is unnaturally broken; also, it tells us about the permeability of the border between, and about the coexistence of, life and death.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

The coexistence of life and death, indeed, the permeable nature of the boundary between life and death is frequently the subject of literary analysis. This is also the focus of Séllei’s (2009) article on Rosamond Lehmann’s novel.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

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Whereas Gauguin was an iconoclast, caustic in speech, cynical, indifferent, and at times brutal to others, Vincent van Gogh (1853-90) was filled with a spirit of enthusiasm for his fellow artists and overwhelming love for humanity.

References:
Arnason, H. H. (2003). History of modern art: painting, sculpture, architecture, photography (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

The personalities of Gauguin and van Gogh were drastically different. A spirit of enthusiasm for his fellow artists and overwhelming love for humanity filled Vincent van Gogh. The personality of Gauguin on the other hand was often described more negatively.

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Many students graduate from college not knowing what they want to do with their lives. We propose that students should be encouraged to think about life goals (not just career goals) from an early age and be encouraged to be constantly on the lookout for better goals.

References:
Reigeluth, C. M., Watson, W. R., Watson, S. L., Dutta, P., Chen, Z. C., & Powell, N. D. P. (2008). Roles for technology in the information-age paradigm of education: Learning management systems. Educational Technology, 48(6), 32-39.

Unfortunately, I was not encouraged to think about life goals (not just career goals) from an early age or encouraged to be on the lookout for better goals (Reigeluth et al., 2008, p.34). Instead, my parents and teachers seemed to care more about trivial details like showing up to class on time.

References:
Reigeluth, C. M., Watson, W. R., Watson, S. L., Dutta, P., Chen, Z. C., & Powell, N. D. P. (2008). Roles for technology in the information-age paradigm of education: Learning management systems. Educational Technology, 48(6), 32-39.

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Murdoch’s own moral philosophy has a great deal in common with the work of philosophers like Richard Rorty, Stanley Cavell and Martha Nussbaum. She shares with them not only the attempt to work out a chastened, usable, non-metaphysical discourse and vocabulary for a qualified humanist ethics but also their conception of the novel as an embodiment of moral philosophy.

References:
Bényei, T. (2003). Angelic omissions: Iris Murdoch’s angels and ethical criticism. European Journal of English Studies, 7(2), 151-163.

Murdoch’s conception of the novel as representing an important manifestation of moral philosophy is not unique. In fact, this expression by Murdoch shares a great deal with philosophers such as Nussbaum and Cavell who, like Murdoch, tried to formulate a specific lexicon and discussion for ethics.

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If a bird used the ‘There is a hawk’ signal when there was no hawk, thereby frightening his colleagues away, leaving him to eat all their food, we might say he had told a lie. We would not mean he had deliberately intended consciously to deceive. All that is implied is that the liar gained food at the other birds’ expense, and the reason the other birds flew away was that they reacted to the liar’s cry in a way appropriate to the presence of a hawk.

References:
Dawkins, R. (1989). The selfish gene (3rd ed.). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

As Dawkins (1989) claims, associating a lie with a bird does not imply intention on the part of the bird. “All that is implied is that the liar gained food at the other birds’ expense, and the reason the other birds flew away was that they reacted to the liar’s cry in a way appropriate to the presence of a hawk” (Dawkins, 1989, p. 64).

References:
Dawkins, R. (1989). The selfish gene (3rd ed.). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

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