Project management ch 12 – outsourcing: managing interorganizational

Outsourcing: Managing Interorganizational Relations
Project Management Ch 12
6th Edition

Your Results:
The  answer for each question is indicated by a  .

 

1    
The transferring of business functions or processes to other companies has traditionally been known as
    A)
Subcontracting
    B)
Downsizing
    C)
Partnering
    D)
Joint venture
    E)
Outsourcing
    

 
2    
Advantages of outsourcing project work may likely include all of the following EXCEPT
    A)
Shortened project duration
    B)
Reduced costs
    C)
Higher level of expertise
    D)
Reduced conflict
    E)
Increased flexibility
    

 
3    
Why are extensive training and team building activities important when managing contracted relationships?
    A)
Extensive training and team building activities are not worth the effort because people issues will usually work themselves out over time.
    B)
So team members are provided with a theoretical understanding of the barriers to collaboration as well as the skills and procedures to be successful.
    C)
So conflict management processes can be put into place
    D)
So teams can still function together when co-location is not important for project success
    E)
So teams can identify difficult individuals and keep their distance during the project
    

 
4    
Outsourced projects are susceptible to conflicts since people are unaccustomed to working together. Which of the following is a primary control mechanism for dealing with and resolving problems?
    A)
Arbitration
    B)
Escalation
    C)
Collaboration
    D)
Mediation
    E)
Regulation
    

 
5    
Key practices in the partnering approach to managing contracted relationships include
    A)
Single project contracting
    B)
Risk being transferred to the other party
    C)
Access to each other’s organizational resources
    D)
Structured communications
    E)
Independent project teams
    

 
6    
Which of the following is part of the traditional approach to managing contracted relationships?
    A)
Structured communications
    B)
Long-term commitment
    C)
Total company involvement
    D)
Shared risk
    E)
Mutual trust
    

 
7    
Which of the following is true in regard to negotiation when managing projects?
    A)
It is a competitive contest
    B)
Each negotiator should win as much as he or she can for his or her side
    C)
If project managers are not able win negotiations, they will not be seen as effective leaders
    D)
Success is measured by how much is gained compared to the other party
    E)
It cannot be viewed as a contest
    

 
8    
Best practices in outsourcing project work include all the following EXCEPT
    A)
Well defined requirements and procedures
    B)
Training and teambuilding activities
    C)
Well-established conflict management processes
    D)
Frequent reviews and status updates
    E)
Short-term, no pressure, outsourcing relationships
    

 
9    
The result of teambuilding among the project’s participants that states their common goals for the project as well as the procedures that will be used to achieve these goals is a
    A)
Signed contract
    B)
Legal partnership agreement
    C)
Project plan
    D)
Partnering charter
    E)
Responsibility matrix
    

 
10    
What does the acronym BATNA stand for?
    A)
Best alternative to a negotiated agreement
    B)
Be able to negotiate an agreement
    C)
Better ability to negotiate an agreement
    D)
Best ability to have a negotiated agreement
    E)
Better agree than no agreement
    

 
11    
Long-term partnerships will provide all the following EXCEPT
    A)
Improved communication
    B)
More efficient utilization of resources
    C)
Reduced communication requirements
    D)
Lower administrative costs
    E)
Improved innovation
    

 
12    
Ultimate success of the project is determined by
    A)
Whether the project was completed on time
    B)
Whether the customer is happy
    C)
Whether the project meets specifications
    D)
Whether the project was under budget
    E)
Whether the project served the purpose it intended
    

 
13    
Principled negotiation emphasizes developing win/win solutions while protecting yourself against those who would take advantage of your forthrightness. Which of the following is NOT one of the key points of principled negotiation?
    A)
Use objective criteria when possible
    B)
Be honest and forthright
    C)
Focus on interests, not positions
    D)
Separate the people from the problem
    E)
Invent options for mutual gain
    

 
14    
Mathematically, customer satisfaction is a function of the extent to which perceived performance exceeds expectations. A customer satisfaction ratio of .95 indicates that a customer is
    A)
Very satisfied
    B)
Slightly satisfied
    C)
Neutral. Expectations were met
    D)
Slightly dissatisfied
    E)
Very dissatisfied
    

 
15    
When considering principled negotiation, revealing why you are trying to achieve something instead of demanding what you want or need is an example of
    A)
Separate people from the problem
    B)
Be honest
    C)
Focus on interests, not positions
    D)
Invent options for mutual gain
    E)
When possible, use objective criteria
    
    

 

Nurs 6501 week 8 assignment 1 gastrointestinal tract-disorders of

Jamie is a 3-month-old female who presents with her mother for evaluation of “throwing up.” Mom reports that Jamie has been throwing up pretty much all the time since she was born. Jamie does not seem to be sick. In fact, she drinks her formula vigorously and often acts hungry. Jamie has normal soft brown bowel movements every day and, overall, seems like a happy and contented baby. She smiles readily and does not cry often. Other than the fact that she often throws up after drinking a bottle, she seems to be a very healthy, happy infant. A more precise history suggests that Jamie does not exactly throw up—she does not heave or act unwell—but rather it just seems that almost every time she drinks a bottle she regurgitates a milky substance. Mom thought that she might be allergic to her formula and switched her to a hypoallergenic formula. It didn’t appear to help at all, and now Mom is very concerned.

Cases like these are not uncommon. The mother was concerned and thinking her daughter may have an allergy; she changed to a different formula. However, sometimes babies have immature GI tracts that can lead to physiology reflux as they adapt to normal life outside the uterus. Parents often do not consider this possibility, prompting them to change formulas rather than seeking medical care. As in the case study above, GI alterations can often be difficult to identify because many cause similar symptoms. This same issue also arises with adults—adults may present with symptoms that have various potential causes. When evaluating patients, it is important for the advanced practice nurse to know the types of questions he or she needs to ask to obtain the appropriate information for diagnosis. For this reason, you must have an understanding of common GI disorders such as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), peptic ulcer disease (PUD), and gastritis.

To Prepare

  • Review      this week’s media presentation on the gastrointestinal system.
  • Review      Chapter 35 in the Huether and McCance text. Identify the normal      pathophysiology of gastric acid stimulation and production.
  • Review      Chapter 37 in the Huether and McCance text. Consider the pathophysiology      of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), peptic ulcer disease (PUD), and      gastritis. Think about how these disorders are similar and different.
  • Select      a patient factor different from the one you selected in this week’s      Discussion: genetics, gender, ethnicity, age, or behavior. Consider how      the factor you selected might impact the pathophysiology of GERD, PUD, and      gastritis. Reflect on how you would diagnose and prescribe treatment of      these disorders for a patient based on this factor.
  • Review      the “Mind Maps—Dementia, Endocarditis, and Gastro-oesophageal Reflux      Disease (GERD)” media in the Week 2 Learning Resources. Use the examples      in the media as a guide to construct a mind map for gastritis. Consider      the epidemiology and clinical presentation of gastritis.

To Complete

Write a 2- to 3-page paper that addresses the following:

  • Describe      the normal pathophysiology of gastric acid stimulation and production.      Explain the changes that occur to gastric acid stimulation and production      with GERD, PUD, and gastritis disorders.

Explain how the factor you selected might impact the pathophysiology of GERD, PUD, and gastritis. Describe how you would diagnose and prescribe treatment of these     ��’�,

Ensure that the presentation you create is your own authentic work.

 

Continue with the industry you selected in Unit II. You will create a PowerPoint presentation in which you will be looking at historical, current, and forecasted measures of the unemployment rate, inflation rate, and labor force participation rate for the United States as a whole. You must utilize the Notes or Audio Narration feature of PowerPoint to explain each slide in detail.

Please address the following in your presentation.

Provide a minimum of a 3-year history of the following:

  • unemployment rate in the United States,
  • inflation rate in the United States, and
  • labor force participation rate in the United States.

Indicate how these historical measures impacted your selected industry.

Provide a current evaluation of the status of the following:

  • unemployment rate in the United States,
  • inflation rate in the United States, and
  • labor force participation rate in the United States.

Indicate how the current status of these economic indicators are impacting your selected industry.

Provide a forecast (projecting at least 3 years into the future) of the following:

  • unemployment rate in the United States,
  • inflation rate in the United States, and
  • labor force participation rate in the United States.

Indicate how the forecast of these economic indicators will impact your selected industry if the forecast is correct.

Your PowerPoint presentation must be a minimum of 15 slides in length (including the title slide and reference slide). Please present your content using the following format.

  • Slide 1: Title slide
  • Slide 2: Introduction
  • Slide 3: A 3-year history (minimum) of the U.S. unemployment rate
  • Slide 4: A 3-year history (minimum) of the U.S. inflation rate
  • Slide 5: A 3-year history (minimum) of the U.S. labor force participation rate
  • Slide 6: How the historical measures impacted your selected industry
  • Slide 7: Current status of the U.S. unemployment rate
  • Slide 8: Current status of the U.S. inflation rate
  • Slide 9: Current status of the U.S. labor force participation rate
  • Slide 10: How the current status of the economic indicators are impacting your selected industry
  • Slide 11: Forecast (3-year minimum) of the U.S. unemployment rate
  • Slide 12: Forecast (3-year minimum) of the U.S. inflation rate
  • Slide 13: Forecast (3-year minimum) of the U.S. labor force participation rate
  • Slide 14: How the forecasts of the economic indicators are going to impact your selected industry.
  • Slide 15: References

Ensure that the presentation you create is your own authentic work. Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment. APA formatting, however, is not necessary.

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics website is helpful for finding data for this assignment.

If you wish to review how to create a PowerPoint presentation, view this Success Center tutorial PowerPoint Basics.

For additional guidance concerning narrating PowerPoint slides, access Adding Audio to a PowerPoint Presentation.

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Disability: sebastien currently has back issues due to an accident

 

Theory: the theory that will be used for this paper is Erikson’s psychology theory. The reason for this choice is the application of the principles and process of Erikson’s theory in interpreting how personality of an individual develops in a predetermined order through eight stages of psychosocial development and how during each stage the individual experiences a psychosocial crisis which could have a negative or positive outcome for personality development. As a method of treating mental illness and explaining human behavior consistent with the believe that events in an individual’s childhood have a great influence on the adult live, shaping the personality.

Subject person: the client that I’m going to be working with is 40 years old guy name Sebastian, who has 2 children a girl and a boy. Sebastian currently lives with his mom due an injury that had happened. The reason for this development tasks, Sebastien shows which is in similarity with Erikson’s later-adulthood stage. Sebastian has his own point of view on how he sees the world, and how his looking to spend the rest of his life as a father of two children. This theory will also project his physical ability, and my client’s belief in lifelong learning.

Development Tasks: Key developmental tasks at this stage contains accepting one’s life, redirecting, vitality towards new roles and events, promoting intellectual strength and developing a point of view about disabilities.

Disability: Sebastien currently has back issues due to an accident while working, because of the injury Sebastien currently lives with his mom for self-care and mobility.

Potential Transition Issues: Because of his mobility issues, he finds it difficult to endure his energy for an average period. He, sometime has to use a cane to get around after being sitting for a long period of time. He gets easily tired and struggling with memorizing things he wants to do.

The instructions for the assignment this week are the same as last

 

The instructions for the assignment this week are the same as last week. Just write! The goal is to get more comfortable with the idea and practice of writing.

Topic:

  • Describe and discuss your favorite film, book, or story.

To complete and submit this assignment, follow these instructions:

  • Select the topic you want to write about this week.
  • Choose the format you will use for the Weekly Reflective Writing Journal assignment (e.g., Microsoft® Word or hand-written on paper).
  • Write 1 to 1 ½ pages in your journal. Once you complete your journal entry, write a summary sentence or phrase that captures your writing experience or your topic.

Improvement plan in-service presentation (part two)

Second Part of Assignment!

     

 
   For this assessment, you will develop an 8-14 slide PowerPoint presentation with thorough speaker’s notes designed for a hypothetical in-service session related to the safe medication administration improvement plan you developed in Assessment 2.

As a practicing professional, you are likely to present educational in-services or training to staff pertaining to quality improvement (QI) measures of safety improvement interventions. Such in-services and training sessions should be presented in a creative and innovative manner to hold the audience’s attention and promote knowledge acquisition and skill application that changes practice for the better. The teaching sessions may include a presentation, audience participation via simulation or other interactive strategy, audiovisual media, and participant learning evaluation.
The use of in-services and/or training sessions has positive implications for nursing practice by increasing staff confidence when providing care to specific patient populations. It also allows for a safe and nonthreatening environment where staff nurses can practice their skills prior to a real patient event. Participation in learning sessions fosters a team approach, collaboration, patient safety, and greater patient satisfaction rates in the health care environment (Patel Wright, 2018).
As you prepare to complete the assessment, consider the impact of in-service training on patient outcomes as well as practice outcomes for staff nurses. Be sure to support your thoughts on the effectiveness of educating and training staff to increase the quality of care provided to patients by examining the literature and established best practices.
You are encouraged to explore the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies Review activity before you develop the Improvement Plan In-Service Presentation. This activity will help you review your understanding of the AONE Nurse Executive Competencies – especially those related to competencies relevant to developing an effective training session and presentation. This is for your own practice and self-assessment, and demonstrates your engagement in the course.
Demonstration of Proficiency
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
 

  • Competency 1: Analyze the elements of a successful quality improvement initiative.     
    • Explain the need and process to improve safety outcomes related to medication administration.
    • Create resources or activities to encourage skill development and process understanding related to a safety improvement initiative on medication administration.
  • Competency 4: Explain the nurse’s role in coordinating care to enhance quality and reduce costs.     
    • List clearly the purpose and goals of an in-service session focusing on safe medication administration for nurses.
    • Explain audience’s role in and importance of making the improvement plan focusing on medication administration successful.
  • Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly, evidence-based strategies to communicate in a manner that supports safe and effective patient care.     
    • Communicate with nurses in a respectful and informative way that clearly presents expectations and solicits feedback on communication strategies for future improvement.
  • Reference
    Patel, S., Wright, M. (2018). Development of interprofessional simulation in nursing education to improve teamwork and collaboration in maternal child nursing. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, Neonatal Nursing, 47(3), s16-s17.
    Professional Context
    As a baccalaureate-prepared nurse, you will often find yourself in a position to lead and educate other nurses. This colleague-to-colleague education can take many forms, from mentoring to informal explanations on best practices to formal in-service training. In-services are an effective way to train a large group. Preparing to run an in-service may be daunting, as the facilitator must develop his or her message around the topic while designing activities to help the target audience learn and practice. By improving understanding and competence around designing and delivering in-service training, a BSN practitioner can demonstrate leadership and prove him- or herself a valuable resource to others.
    Scenario
    For this assessment it is suggested you take one of two approaches:
     
  1. Build on the work that you have done in your first two assessments and create an agenda and PowerPoint of an educational in-service session that would help a specific staff audience learn, provide feedback, and understand their roles and practice new skills related to your safety improvement plan pertaining to medication administration, or
  2. Locate a safety improvement plan through an external resource and create an agenda and PowerPoint of an educational in-service session that would help a specific staff audience learn, provide feedback, and understand their roles and practice new skills related to the issues and improvement goals pertaining to medication administration safety.
  3. Instructions
    The final deliverable for this assessment will be a PowerPoint presentation with detailed presenter’s notes representing the material you would deliver at ;an in-service session to raise awareness of your chosen safety improvement initiative focusing on medication administration and to explain the need for it. Additionally, you must educate the audience as to their role and importance to the success of the initiative. This includes providing examples and practice opportunities to test out new ideas or practices related to the safety improvement initiative.
    Be sure that your presentation addresses the following, which corresponds to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. Please study the scoring guide carefully so you understand what is needed for a distinguished score.
     
  • List the purpose and goals of an in-service session focusing on safe medication administration for nurses.
  • Explain the need for and process to improve safety outcomes related to medication administration.
  • Explain to the audience their role and importance of making the improvement plan focusing on medication administration successful.
  • Create resources or activities to encourage skill development and process understanding related to a safety improvement initiative on medication administration.
  • Communicate with nurses in a respectful and informative way that clearly presents expectations and solicits feedback on communication strategies for future improvement.
  • There are various ways to structure an in-service session below is just one example:
     
  • Part 1: Agenda and Outcomes. 
    • Explain to your audience what they are going to learn or do, and what they are expected to take away.
  • Part 2: Safety Improvement Plan. 
    • Give an overview of the current problem focusing on medication administration, the proposed plan, and what the improvement plan is trying to address.
    • Explain why it is important for the organization to address the current situation.
  • Part 3: Audience’s Role and Importance. 
    • Discuss how the staff audience will be expected to help implement and drive the improvement plan.
    • Explain why they are critical to the success of the improvement plan focusing on medication administration.
    • Describe how their work could benefit from embracing their role in the plan.
  • Part 4: New Process and Skills Practice. 
    • Explain new processes or skills.
    • Develop an activity that allows the staff audience to practice and ask questions about these new processes and skills.
    • In the notes section of your PowerPoint, brainstorm potential responses to likely questions or concerns.
  • Part 5: Soliciting Feedback. 
    • Describe how you would solicit feedback from the audience on the improvement plan and the in-service.
    • Explain how you might integrate this feedback for future improvements.
  • Remember to account for activity and discussion time.
    For tips on developing PowerPoint presentations, refer to:
     
  • Capella University Library: PowerPoint Presentations.
  • Guidelines for Effective PowerPoint Presentations [PPTX].
  • Additional Requirements
     
  • Presentation length: There is no required length; use just enough slides to address all the necessary elements. Remember to use short, concise bullet points on the slides and expand on your points in the presenter’s notes. If you use 2 or 3 slides to address each of the parts in the above example, your presentation would be 10–15 slides.
  • Speaker notes: Speaker notes should reflect what you would actually say if you were delivering the presentation to an audience. Another presenter would be able to use the presentation by following the speaker notes.
  • APA format: Use APA formatting for in-text citations. Include an APA-formatted reference slide at the end of your presentation.
  • Number of references: Cite a minimum of 3 sources of scholarly or professional evidence to support your assertions. Resources should be no more than 5 years old.
  • Portfolio Prompt: Remember to save the final assessment to your ePortfolio so that you may refer to it as you complete the final Capstone course.
      
  •  
        Scoring Guide
    Use the scoring guide to understand how your assessment will be evaluated.
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Internal medicine 14: 18-year-old female for pre-college | nursing | Midwestern University

 

You will complete the Aquifer case, Internal Medicine 14: 18-year-old female for pre-college physical, focusing on the “Revisit three months later” for this assignment.

After completing the Aquifer case, you will present the case and supporting evidence in a PowerPoint presentation with the following components:

  • Slide 1: Title, Student Name, Course, Date
  • Slide 2: Summary or synopsis of Judy Pham’s case
  • Slide 3: HPI
  • Slide 4: Medical History
  • Slide 5: Family History
  • Slide 6: Social History
  • Slide 7: ROS
  • Slide 8: Examination
  • Slide 9: Labs (In-house)
  • Slide 10: Primary Diagnosis and 3 Differential Diagnoses – ranked in priority

Primary Diagnosis should be supported by data in the patient’s history, exam, and lab results.

  • Slide 11: Management Plan: medication (dose, route, frequency), non-medication treatment, tests ordered, education, follow-up/referral.
  • Slide 12-16: An evaluation of 5 evidence-based articles applicable to Ms. Pham’s case: evaluate 1 article per slide.
  1. Include title, author, and year of article
  2. Brief summary/purpose of the study
  3. How did the study support Ms. Pham’s case?

Course texts will not count as a scholarly source. If using data from websites you must go back to the literature source for the information; no secondary sources are allowed, e.g. Medscape, UptoDate, etc.

  • Slide 17: Reference List                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
  • You will submit the PowerPoint presentation in the Submissions Area by the due date assigned. Name your Case Study Presentation SU_NSG6430_W7_A2_lastname_firstinitial.doc

Strategic planning & implementation lululemon case study

Lululemon Athletica Inc. has enjoyed success in selling athletic wear including tops, pants, shorts, sweaters, jackets and undergarments, as well as hair accessories, bags, yoga mats and water bottles, In this CLA, you will evaluate the pros and cons of Lululemon’s strategy, do a SWOT analysis, identify the strategic issues that Lululemon’s management needs to address, and propose action recommendations. 

To prepare you for this CLA, read the Lululemon Athletica Inc. case on pages 279-297 in Chapter 5. 

Your assignment: Lululemon Athletica Inc. (Lululemon) has employed you as a consultant to assess the company’s overall situation, identify the strategic issues that management needs to address, and recommend a set of actions to improve the company’s future prospects. Please prepare a 4-6 page report to Lulullemon’s management that includes (1) a complete SWOT analysis (as described in Chapter 4), (2) a complete list of the strategic issues/problems that management needs to address, and (8) a set of action recommendations to resolve the issues problems that you identify. Your report should contain detailed and convincing reasons in support of each one of your recommendations. It is imperative that the support offered for each of your recommendation be based on analysis-based conclusions.

After you have completed the assignment above, answer the following three questions as part of your report:

1. What does a SWOT analysis reveal about the attractiveness of Lululemon’s situation and future prospects? 

2. What strategic issues and problems does Lululemon’s management need to address for the company to be more financially and competitively successful in the years ahead? 

3. What actions do you recommend that Lululemon’s management take to deal with each of these issues/problems? Your recommended actions must be supported with convincing, analysis-based arguments.

Co-teaching models and paraeducator action plan

  

Co-Teaching Models and Paraeducator Action Plan

There are many benefits to having additional support in the classroom. In addition to providing access to the general education curriculum and setting, co-teaching models within an inclusive classroom can offer specialized instruction for individuals with disabilities and allow these students more collaborative time with their peers. General and special education teachers can also expand their own knowledge and teaching capacity when applying co-teaching instruction and strategies in an inclusive setting. 

In this assignment, you will examine the six co-teaching models, and how these collaborative models can provide a better learning environment for all students, especially students with disabilities.

Part 1: Co-Teaching Models

Complete the “Co-Teaching Models and Paraeducator Action Plan” template that addresses the following:

Co-Teaching Models: Define the six co-teaching models with a visual representation for each model (an appropriate link to the visual is acceptable).

Advantages and Disadvantages: Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each model.

Instructional Strategies: Describe research-based instructional strategies unique to each model. Discuss how each supports individuals with disabilities.

Positive Effects: Address the positive effects of each co-teaching model on teachers and students.

Responsibility and Accountability: Explain how the shared responsibilities and accountabilities are executed when the co-teaching is between a general and special educator, and when the co-teaching includes collaborating with a paraeducator.

Support your findings with a minimum of two scholarly resources. 

Part 2: Paraeducator Action Plan

There are many benefits to having a paraeducator, not only in your classroom, but on campus as well. They can provide services to teachers, students, parents, and the community. Through training, collaboration, and mentoring, a paraeducator can assist in providing quality education alongside special and general educators. In addition, paraeducators can help with classroom instruction, provide additional support for exceptional students, and collaborate with other school personnel to help meet individual student needs.

This part of the assignment will allow you to practice your ability to foster collaboration between the classroom teacher and an assisting paraeducator to create a safe, inclusive, positive learning environment that engages and promotes the well-being of individuals with exceptionalities.

Read the classroom scenario below, and complete Part 2 of the “Co-Teaching Models and Paraeducator Action Plan” template.

Scenario:

Ms. Jeter is a general education teacher in an inclusive seventh-grade classroom that will have 30 students including four students with learning disabilities (LD) and two students with emotional disabilities (ED). She was just informed that a paraeducator would assist her in the classroom for the new school year. She has spoken to the paraeducator and it appears that the two will work very well together in terms of compatible personalities and philosophies regarding students with disabilities. However, Ms. Jeter has never worked with a paraeducator before. Further, the paraeducator has never had this job before, but has worked as a Sunday school teacher and loves children.

Based on the scenario, use the “Co-Teaching Models and Paraeducator Action Plan” to create a 500-750 word action plan for a successful co-teaching environment.

The action plan should address the following:

Teaching Philosophy and Vision of the Classroom Setting: Describe a philosophy and vision that incorporates the teacher/paraeducator relationship.

Rules and Expectations: Describe 3-5 rules and expectations for the teacher and the paraeducator specific to student learning and behavior in the classroom.

Collaboration Model Outline: Selected from Part 1 of this assignment, outline a collaboration model for the paraeducator that promotes the well-being of individuals with disabilities. Include possible challenges and advantages to utilizing the selected collaboration model.

Roles and Responsibilities: Identify roles and responsibilities of the teacher and the paraeducator, including the discussion of confidentiality.

Collaboration Time: Detail a plan for the teacher and paraeducator to meet regularly to prepare for units/lessons, reflect on teaching, review student achievement/goals, and provide feedback and mentoring to the paraeducator.

6-2 journal: criminal prosecution | Psychology homework help

6-2 Journal: Criminal ProsecutionTask: Submit to complete this assignment

In this assignment, you will reflect upon the role and limitations of psychological theories in the prosecution of criminals.

What are the limitations of psychological theories in the prosecution of criminals? Does a person’s age impact their motivation or the chances of continuing criminal behavior? Think about your final project assignment. What limitations did you experience as you were developing your report? Can these limitations be addressed or rectified? Explain.

To complete this assignment, review theCriminal Prosecution Journal Guidelines and Rubricdocument.