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This week's podcast with Secretary of Defense, Sullivan1995; Assistant Secretary of Defense for Homeland Defense & America's Securirty Affairs, sportbix; Asssistant Secretary of Defense for Global Strategic Affairs, lulu-lemon!; Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, -=Madara=-; Major, Aljamaaheer; Lieutenant Colonel, David-Rules; and producer, Warrant Officer, CF-AIRCOM
Personnel of the Department of Defense on Habbo (SECDEF-US) discussing the happenings of the Sixth Seasonal Meritorious Mast on 24 Aug 14. Others will be able to discuss these events with us throughout the show. A section of the show will be dedicated to those who are interested in asking questions to the members of the podcast, and overall discussion. Questions can be submitted to a member of the podcast or mentioned in headquarters at the time of the event.
Shane Krauser takes on numerous issues involving freedom, the Constitution, and small government, including:
1. Elections are important, but what does it mean to be a small-government conservative anyways?
2. Is the Department of Education constitutional? President Reagan fought against it, while President Carter embraced it. Who is right? What does the Constitution say and why does it matter? Congressman Jim Bridenstine (OK) speaks out, and his message must be heard.
3. President Barack Obama is talking about appointing a federal police czar in light of the events in Ferguson, Missouri. What are the implications and what does the Constitution say?
4. One Texas School District (Argyle) has decided to arm its teachers. Good idea or bad idea?
5. Chicago's crime rate has dropped since they began issuing concealed weapon permits? Listen in to hear this great discussion revolving around common sense.
This is the last assignment for my EDU652:Instructional Design & Delivery Class. This episode is about Topics. The writer has learned that an instructional design and delivery topic is a learning object with a title and content (Horton, 2013). It is short enough to be specific to a single subject or answer a single question, but long enough to make sense on its own and be authored as a unit. A topic is the basic unit of authoring and of reuse (Horton, 2012). A document may contain one topic or multiple topics, and a document type may support authoring one or many kinds of topics (Horton, 2012). However, regardless of where they occur, all topics have the same basic structure and capabilities. Books, PDF files, Websites, and help sets, for example, can all be constructed from the same set of underlying topic content, although there may be some topics that can only be delivered one way(oasisopen.org, 2005).
I just want to thank Dr. Deb Moerland for being such an awesome instructor. Dr. Moerland you've been a real blessing. I hope we cross paths again!
Welcome to the Intersection Podcast series. Today, we are speaking with Bill Rowan, Vice President of Sales - Department of Defense for VMware, about key trends in cloud computing and virtualization and defense.
This blog cast is about creating and Implementing an Absorb-Type Activity Needs Assessment. It is for and about EDU652: Instructional Design and Delivery. The instructor is Dr. Deborah Moerland. A needs assessment is a systematic approach to studying the state of knowledge, ability, interest, or attitude of a defined audience or group involving a particular subject (McCawley, 2009). This needs assessment is being conducted so that the interested person can verify her own level of knowledge and skill, interests, opinions, and learning habits and preferences (McCawley, 2009). Collecting and analyzing needs assessment data will allow her to identify what she already knows and answer questions about what she does not known (McCawley, 2009). Creating and Implementing an Absorb-Type Activity Needs Assessment will discuss what the writer knows, what she wants to know, what she is trying measure, determine, and define; how she will collect and record information, how she will report the collected information, and why this needs assessment was conducted.
Sabrina Dawson, educator, advocate, and co-founder of Sisters in the Cities, will join us to talk more about her involvement in the Community, Child and Family Services Agency in Washington, D.C., and a myriad of other cultural, informative topics!
We are excited to cover topics that include: social justice, thoughtful teaching, informed practice of education, and galvanizing community resources to help student achievement and success.
NABSE Instruction and Instructional Support Commission Blog Talk show.
THE INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOCIATION presents
Improving Literacy Education for better Citizenship
Rich Long, President of 'Literate Nation" is our guest
Presented by MyON
www.myon.com www.thefuture inreading.com @myonreader
Self Defense and Reality
on American Preppers Radio!
9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
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We all hope for the best and prepare for the worst. When it comes to self defense most preppers/survivalists would rely on their stockpile of weapons and ammunition. What if for one moment your weapon was not at your side and the unexpected happens? Would you have the ability to defend yourself? Would you know what to say or do when confronted by would-be assailants or would you cower down hoping for the best but not prepared the the worst that could now happen?
This is a good time to also remember that your child or children may be with you. Who is going to protect them when accosted by a stranger or strangers? These are all possibilities we do not care to think about but exist and are very real. It does not have to be a societal collapse or disaster that brings on this type of scenario. This can happen today in the parking lot of your local grocery store or even in your own front yard.
Learn what you need to know and as much as you can. Self defense, It’s not just about the fighting.
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The Justice Department will open a civil rights investigation into policing practices in Ferguson, Mo., Attorney General Eric Holder announced Thursday. The move marks the Obama Administration’s most forceful step to address racial strife in the mostly African-American St. Louis suburb, where a police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teen on Aug. 9.
Ferguson activists and community leaders say they are welcoming the investigation, saying the practice of racial profiling by police was widespread in the community long before department veteran Darren Wilson shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown. The incident sparked days of protests and a heavy police crackdown.
But should DOJ have stepped in? We discuss it..
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