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Early Childhood Education

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Early Childhood Education

The purpose of this particular research paper proposal can be construed to encompass numerous elements. For instance, one of the main purposes of the proposal is to facilitate the appreciation of a play-based learning approach in early childhood education. It is prudent to note that early childhood education plays a critical role in enhancing the education of young children by providing them with a proper foundation pertaining to the gaining of skills and the quest for knowledge. This particular research proposal is also important in the sense that it has focused on laying emphasis on the importance of using a play-centered approach for the purposes of helping young children acquire more appropriate levels of knowledge.

Experts have more often than not laid emphasis on the importance of providing children with an approach that takes into consideration the element of child-initiated play. The rationale behind this is that children usually gain a lot when there are involved in the teaching process. It is therefore important to note that this research proposal serves the purpose of enhancing the importance of granting young children more playing time as well as quality education. Various commentators have also appreciated the importance that play activities normally have on ensuring that young children have the capability of sharpening their skills that have been neglected for a very long time in the education system.

The other purpose of this particular research is to come up with the various play-activities that would eventually play a critical role in facilitating the learning of young children. Not all play-activities would add value to the education of children, therefore, effective play activities need to be identified with the aim of facilitating education and gaining of knowledge. Finally, this research proposal also aims to identify the various roles that children should play in these activities. The rationale behind this is that these activities would play a critical role in shaping their behavior with other children.

Reference

Schärer, J. H. (2017). Supporting Young Children’s Learning in a Dramatic Play Environment. Journal of Childhood Studies.

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Comment from the assignment evaluation

For this assignment, you were to choose either option 1 (your organization��s data) or option 2 (Vila Health data) to complete an analysis of dashboard metrics from a healthcare facility to demonstrate your ability to correctly interpret and effectively communicate information revealed on dashboards that display critical care metrics.

I think you might have misunderstood the assessment requirements. I did not see actual data and analysis of the data for this assessment. Your proposal should be focused not on the leadership component, but rather on patient care. The areas of concern should be identified based on the analysis of the data. Your proposal for Quality Improvement should be supported by data from the dashboard. Do you have access to the dashboard in your organization? If so, be sure to include the data along with the analysis. If you do not have access to the organizational dashboard, please review assessment instructions for other options.

Please review my additional comments in your assessment. If you have questions, do not hesitate to reach out.

COMPETENCY 1

Plan quality improvement initiatives in response to adverse events and near-miss analyses.

Determines whether any adverse event or near-miss data must be factored into outcomes and recommendations. Specifies the criteria by which the determination is made.

COMPETENCY 2

Plan quality improvement initiatives in response to routine data surveillance.

Develops a QI initiative proposal based on a selected health issue and supporting data analysis. Proposal identifies knowledge gaps, unknowns, missing information, unanswered questions, or areas of uncertainty where further information could improve the proposal.

COMPETENCY 3

Evaluate quality improvement initiatives using sensitive and sound outcome measures.

Analyzes data to identify a health care issue or area of concern; evaluate data quality.

COMPETENCY 4

Integrate interprofessional perspectives to lead to quality improvements in patient safety, cost-effectiveness, and work-life quality.

Communicates QI initiative proposal, based on interdisciplinary team input, to improve patient safety and quality outcomes, and work-life quality. Identifies assumptions on which the inputs are based.

COMPETENCY 5

Apply effective communication strategies to promote quality improvement of interprofessional care.

Thoroughly integrates relevant sources to support arguments using error-free APA style and formatting in citations and references.

Determines multiple evidence-based communication strategies to promote quality improvement of interprofessional care.

Communicates QI initiative proposal in a professional, effective manner, writing content clearly and logically, with error-free use of grammar, punctuation, and spelling. Proposal includes multiple specifics, examples, and references to current scholarly and/or authoritative sources.

Original guidelines to follow

Prepare an 8-page data analysis and quality improvement initiative proposal based on a health issue of interest. Include internal and external benchmark data, evidence-based recommendations to improve health care quality and safety, and communication strategies to gain buy-in from all interprofessional team members responsible for implementing the initiative.

Introduction

Health care providers are perpetually striving to improve care quality and patient safety. To accomplish enhanced care, outcomes need to be measured. Next, data measures must be validated. Measurement and validation of information support performance improvement. Health care providers must focus attention on evidence-based best practices to improve patient outcomes.

Health informatics, along with new and improved technologies and procedures, are at the core of all quality improvement initiatives. Data analysis begins with provider documentation, researched process improvement models, and recognized quality benchmarks. All of these items work together to improve patient outcomes. Professional nurses must be able to interpret and communicate dashboard information that displays critical care metrics and outcomes along with data collected from the care delivery process.

For this assessment, use your current role or assume a role you hope to have. You will develop a quality improvement (QI) initiative proposal based on a health issue of professional interest. To create this proposal, analyze a health care facility’s dashboard metrics and external benchmark data. Include evidence-based recommendations to improve health care quality and safety relating to your selected issue. Successful QI initiatives depend on the support of nursing staff and other members of the interprofessional team. As a result, a key aspect of your proposal will be the communication strategies you plan to use to get buy-in from these team members.

Preparation

To develop the QI initiative proposal required for this assessment, you must analyze a health care facility’s dashboard metrics. Choose Option 2

Option 2

If you do not have access to a dashboard or metrics related to a QI initiative proposal:

· Use the hospital data set provided in Vila Health: Data Analysis below You will analyze data to identify a health care issue or area of concern.

· Include in your proposal basic information about the health care setting, size, and specific type of care delivery related to the identified topic.

Instructions

Use your current role or assume a role you would like to have. Choose a quality improvement initiative of professional interest to you. Your current organization is probably working on quality improvement initiatives that can be evaluated, so consider starting there.

To develop your proposal you will:

· Gather internal and external benchmark data on the subject of your quality improvement initiative proposal.

· Analyze the data you have collected.

· Make evidence-based recommendations about how to improve health care quality and safety relating to your chosen issue.

Remember, your initiative’s success depends on the interprofessional team’s commitment to the QI initiative. Think carefully about these stakeholders and how you plan to include them in the process, as they will help you develop and implement ideas and sustain outcomes. Also, remember how important external stakeholders, such as patients and other health care delivery organizations, are to the process. As you are preparing this assessment, carefully consider the communication strategies you will employ to include the perspectives of all internal and external stakeholders in your proposal.

The following numbered points correspond to grading criteria in the scoring guide. The bullets below each grading criterion further delineate tasks to fulfill the assessment requirements. Be sure that your proposal addresses all of the content below. You may also want to read the scoring guide to better understand the performance levels related to each grading criterion.

1. Analyze data to identify a health care issue or area of concern.

. Identify the type of data you are analyzing from your institution or from the Vila Health activity.

. Explain why data matters. What does data show related to outcomes?

. Analyze the dashboard metrics. What else could the organization measure to enhance knowledge?

. Present dashboard metrics related to the selected issue that are critical to evaluating outcomes.

. Assess the institutional ability to sustain processes or outcomes.

. Evaluate data quality and its implications for outcomes.&

· Determine whether any adverse event or near-miss data needs to be factored in to outcomes and recommendations.

. Examine the nursing process for variations or performance failures that could lead to an adverse event or near miss.

. Identify trends, measures, and information needed to critically analyze specific outcomes.

. Specify desired outcomes related to prevention of adverse events and near misses.

. Analyze which metrics indicate future quality improvement opportunities.

· Develop a QI initiative proposal based on a selected health issue and supporting data analysis.

. Determine benchmarks aligned to existing QI initiatives set by local, state, or federal health care policies or laws.

. Identify any internal existing QI initiatives in your practice setting or organization related to the selected issue. Explain why they are insufficient.

. Evaluate external national or international QI initiatives on the selected health issue with existing quality indicators from other facilities, government agencies, and nongovernmental bodies on quality improvement.

. Define target areas for improvement and the processes to be modified to improve outcomes.

. Propose evidence-based strategies to improve quality.

. Analyze challenges that meeting prescribed benchmarks can pose for a health care organization and the interprofessional team.

· Communicate QI initiative proposal based on interdisciplinary team input to improve patient safety and quality outcomes and work-life quality.

. Define interprofessional roles and responsibilities relating to data and the QI initiative.

. Explain how to ensure all relevant interprofessional roles are fully engaged in this effort.

. Identify how outcomes will be measured and data used to inform interprofessional team performance related to specific tasks.

. Reflect on the impact of the proposed initiative on work-life quality of the interprofessional team.

. Describe how the initiative enhances work-life quality due to improved strategies supporting efficiency.

· Determine communication strategies to promote quality improvement of interprofessional care.

. Identify interprofessional communication strategies that will help to promote and ensure the success of the QI initiative.

. Identify communication models, such as SBAR and CUS, to include in your proposal.

. SBAR stands for Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation.

. CUS stands for “I am Concerned about my resident’s condition; I am Uncomfortable with my resident’s condition; I believe the Safety of the resident is at risk.”

· Consult this resource for additional information about these fundamental evidence-based tools to improve interprofessional team communication for patient handoffs:

. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). (n.d.). 
Module 2: Communicating change in a resident’s condition
. https://www.ahrq.gov/professionals/systems/long-term-care/resources/facilities/ptsafety/ltcmod2ap.html

· Communicate QI initiative proposal in a professional, effective manner, writing clearly and logically, with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

· Integrate relevant sources to support arguments, correctly formatting citations and references using APA style.

Additional Requirements

· Submission length: 8 typed, double-spaced pages of content plus title and reference pages.

· Font: Times New Roman, 12 point.

· Number of references: Cite a minimum of five current scholarly and/or authoritative sources to support your QI initiative proposal. Current means no older than 5 years unless a seminal work.

· APA formatting: Citations and references need to adhere to APA style and formatting guidelines. Consult these resources for an APA refresher:

Vila Health : Data analysis

1. Analyze data to identify a health care issue or area of concern

2. Outline a QI initiative proposal based on a selected health issue and supporting data analysis

3. Integrate interprofessional perspectives to lead quality improvements in patient safety , cost effectiveness, and work-life quality.

Hospice and Home Health adverse event data 2014-2015

Hospice 2014

LOS: 50

IPU: 47

Pain: 13

Symptome: 13

Hospice 2015

LOS: 46

IPU: 27

Pain : 17

Symptom: 22

Monthly Adverse Event Reporting – Hospice Unit
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Now that you have a better understanding of the data we are talking about, it is time to talk to some stakeholders.

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Video Presentation Script

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Video Presentation Script

Greetings, in this presentation, I will outline to you the research on the impact of child dramatic play on their social skills. Dramatic play, in its sense, is composed of various attributes that place children in scenarios where they learn different social words, use these social words in real-life representation plays and dramatization. An example of such is a child using etiquette terms in their speech is more likely to employ similar words such as sorry, please, pardon, and thank you, among other terms used in the play. As a result, the anticipated reaction is a child whose social skills have been positively impacted.

To successfully get the impact of child play on their social skills, select the children’s roles in the play based on distinguishing factors and individual choice. This may include age, gender, speech, conduct, and personality character to match the play’s ability to understand. This will create imagery and allow an easy flow of the ideas in the play. The children have to practice reading the play to get the social skills intended by the play, such as etiquette.

In the next part of the video, the research begins with the children acting out the dramatic play. Here I intend to observe their use of social words, their ability to communicate with each other and interaction to understand their roles in the play. Then go-ahead to collect the impact data on consecutive conduct of their social skills about the impact established through their use of words and communication among them. It may be notified of either change such as acting like the character or no change in social behaviour.

Presentation outline

Introduction

Types of plays

Descriptions

Socials skills

Sampling

Role assignment

Script reading

Practice

Play

Roleplaying

Research

Data collection

Interviews

Conclusion

Skills learned

Reference

Gaber, J. (2020). Qualitative analysis for planning & policy: Beyond the numbers. Routledge.

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Running head: RESEARCH REPORT

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RESEARCH REPORT

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Children learn social skills through dramatic play

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Children learn social skills through dramatic play

There exists a relationship of misconceptions about play-based learning. There is Criticism that academic work and play must not be mixed. Others suggest that all plays must be structured and goal-directed, not free and open-ended. Research suggests that academic work and play can be melded into a “play-based” learning curriculum.

Moreover, experts advised that the “child-initiated” free play strategy must be used for more effective outcomes. The report would evaluate the relationship between these variables to understand how socio-dramatic play helps in social development in children.

Problem Statement of the research

The impact of play activities on developing social skills has been long neglected in the education system. There has been a lot of Criticism that play should not be mixed with academic work, but research shows that play helps with social skills in children.

Literature Review

In Vygotsky’s cultural-historical theory, play plays a significant role in early childhood development and social skills. Vygotsky believed that play promotes social and cognitive development in children. However, Vygotsky’s perception that sociodramatic play is the opposite of the prevailing belief that play is just a free activity that must be done in free time. Therefore, Vygotsky’s theory differs from other play theories, including constructional play, object-oriented exploration, and games with rules.

According to Vygotsky’s real play activities include (a) acting and taking out rules, (b) creating an imaginary situation, and (c) following specific rules while playing a role. According to scholars, socio-dramatic play facilitates children in developing social skills, especially language and problem-solving skills (Schärer, 2017). The literature shows that young children show significant problem-solving knowledge while participating in socio-dramatic play. The literature also shows that children who participate in sociodramatic plate experience a high level of engagement in their brain because it includes language, emotions, cognitive, and sensory-motor actions. Thus, it develops an effective synaptic connection.

Social knowledge is very important to participate in play activities. Children can learn skills and attitudes needed for play by watching their teachers, parents, and other children. Similarly, playing with peers has a crucial role in social development by offering content. Children may adopt several important social skills such as sharing, talking, cooperation, and understanding their Peer’s perceptions, thoughts, and emotions (Abraham, 2015).

It can be seen that literature shows plays to be a source of enculturating mechanisms. Children learn norms, societal roles, and values. The author has argued that the context of the play is influenced by the development of sequence and the socio-cultural environment of play. Through socio-dramatic play, children also learn social values such as sharing, love, respect, etc. In addition to this, self-regulations become possible in play because children would need to follow the rules constantly monitored by others (Goldstein, 2017).

Purpose of the Study

The research aims to identify socio-dramatic play’s role in developing social skills in children. The research would include a systematic approach to the relationship between socio-dramatic play and social skills in children to achieve this purpose. The study would also discuss the valued shows by children while performing in socio-dramatic play. In addition to this, the literature aims to discuss the relevant literature and theories on the concerned research problem.

Research question

The research question is ” How does socio-dramatic play help children develop social skills?” The methodology of the research would answer this question.

Hypothesis

Following are hypotheses from the research papers.

Ho: There is a direct and positive relationship between children’s sociodramatic play and social skills.

H1: Children-directed and free play are more impactful in developing children’s problem-solving and language skills (social skills).



References

Abraham, J. (2015). Socio Dramatic Play: A case study. Conference: Third International Conference on Early Childhood Development.

Goldstein, T. R. (2017). The dramatic pretend play games uniquely improve emotions. Development Science.

Schärer, J. H. (2017). Supporting Young Children’s Learning in a Dramatic Play Environment. Journal of Childhood Studies.

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Research Proposal Template EEC 6678

Each component must be addressed effectively to receive credit. Please refer to the research articles provided for your article review for examples.

Introduction (5-7 pages):

· Introduce your topic in a general sense, situate it within the larger context of education

· Identify the research problem you want to address

· Include relevant research concerning your topic (brief literature review)

· Discuss studies that asked similar questions to you

· Discuss studies that identified a similar research problem/research questions.

· Discuss how these studies indicated a need for your research

· After discussing relevant research and building a case for your study, clearly identify the purpose of your study

· State your research question(s)

· Include a potential hypothesis, if you deem this necessary

· Use subheadings, such as Introduction, Review of Literature, and Research Questions

Method (3-5 pages) use subheadings for each component:

· Research design: qualitative or quantitative. Explain why you selected this design. Within each design indicate your method—such as ethnography or grounded theory for qualitative research or pre-posttest experimental/ quasiexperimental design for quantitative research. Why did you select this method to address your research questions?

· Participants: Who will they be? How many? How did you sample these participants? (ie: purposeful, random etc…) What is the setting in which your data will be collected?

· Data collection: What methods will you use to collect data? Why did you select these methods? How will you try to ensure validity and reliability of the data. Cite Creswell for specific validity strategies.

· Data analysis: How do you plan on analyzing your data? Will you use qualitative methods—such as content analysis or grounded theory coding? Will you use statistical methods, such as t-tests, mean comparison?

· Because you do not have extensive background in data analysis procedures, you may hypothesize your methods and/or ask me for help.

References

· You must cite any and all research that you will be writing about. If the idea did not come directly from you, then cite. Most of your citations will be in the introduction (ie: citing education legislation to create a need for your research, citing relevant studies that address your research topic). However, you will also need citations in the methods section, concerning your research design, data collection, and data analysis. These citations can come from your Creswell text.

· I cannot stress this enough- when in doubt, add a citation. Educational researchers work hard and deserve to be awarded credit for their ideas. I take plagiarism very seriously. Don’t do it.

APA style writing

· Please observe APA style for your proposal

· Use APA style citations and include APA style references

· Refer to your APA manual (6th edition, second printing) or https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/

· Please proofread your proposal for typos and errors. Excessive errors will result in point deduction.

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Method for Proposal

Latoria Johnson

EEC6678

February 26, 2022

Method for Proposal

The research question is, is there a difference in change in social lives of children who have participated in the dramatic play. Dramatic play for children plays a crucial role in the development and enhancement of children’s social skills. Dramatic plays usually have some story depicting sorrow, happiness, celebration, pity, forgiveness among many other relevant required social skills. A dramatic play where a character is rude, unsocial, or of bad character may affect the child’s perception of society and in the end, affect their social skills. In this study, there are various qualitative methods and data analysis approaches that are used in research on the effect of dramatic play on children’s social skills.

Research Design

In this study, we are going to take upon a qualitative design method in the study. Interview transcripts, for example, can be used in qualitative analysis (Gaber, 2020). The qualitative analysis relies heavily on the researcher’s analytic and inclusive skills and personal awareness of the social context in which the data is collected, whereas quantitative analysis relies on statistics and is largely independent of the researcher. Analyzing phenomena qualitatively does not focus on explaining or predicting but on “making sense of” them. To conduct qualitative analysis effectively, researchers must have a set of analytical strategies in place, as well as a mindset that is both creative and investigative.

In this research am going to utilize the grounded theory in the conducting of qualitative research. The grounded theory encompasses the use of data in making decisions based on comparative analysis. In this case, the application of ground theory can be set out in trying to compare and define the different impacts of drama play on different children. The distinction between these children can be arrived at through checking the children’s previous social behaviors before the dramatic play and after a series of plays. In cases of noticeable changes in social behavior will indicate dramatic plays have an impact on their social engagements. I selected the qualitative method to address the research question as it based the results from textual data than numerical estimates hence easy to determine the change in social behavior and character.

Participants

The participants in the qualitative research will be categories of children of different ages and social classes. The criteria for the selection of participants will be based on their willingness to participate in a dramatic play. The participants will be tested before of their cautious and rude behavior before and after the play to determine the change brought about by the play to their social interactions. For the study, the size of the sample for study will be two groups of ten children each. These two groups will each dramatize their play differently from the other to make certain of the social character difference after the plays. Each participant child in the plays will each have their character to dramatize about with different social characteristics. The participants have to have good public speaking and acting skills to participate in the dramatization and play-acting. They also have to be able to understand and read effectively to participate.

A sampling of the participants will be purposefully considering the different roles available in dramatization. The roles of female actors will have to be done by a girl, while those of males to be done by boys. Some characteristics such as leadership, and character difference will also be a b=very essential considerations for qualitative research. The setting by which data will be collected will be through a questionnaire and dramatization of how the children react differently to different social events. These settings will allow note differences in some responses after what they have learned from the dramatization.

Data Collection

During the dramatic play by the participants, one key data collection method would be most essential to get the most data. This data collection method is observation. Through observation, it becomes possible to collect information without interfering with the play. Another data collection method relevant to the study is the interviewing of the children after the play through some social questions to determine whether there was a change or effect of the play. The use of these two methods ensures that I am able to collect both secondary data and primary data on the effect of dramatization on a child’s social engagement.

I chose these two data collection methods because of their effectiveness and reliability in getting information. Observation helps a researcher avoid having to talk to each and every participant. It also removes bias as the research can compare the changes resultant from before the dramatic play and after the play. An interview will allow for the getting and testis of some social etiquette words the children may have learned from the dramatic play. Hence these two types of data collection methods will allow getting a lot and quality information from participants to answer the research question.

Data analysis

In this research, we are going to utilize descriptive analysis. Descriptive analysis is used to find out what has happened in the past (Smith, 2011). It’s a common first step for companies before going on to more in-depth ground investigations. Let’s take a look at our imagined learning provider from earlier in this chapter as an example. Topnotch Learning may employ descriptive analytics to better understand the completion rates of its students’ courses. Businesses, on the other hand, could be interested in knowing how many people have used their products during a certain period of time. Maybe they’ll use it to see how sales have changed over the last five years. Despite the fact that the organization may not be able to draw inferences from any of these findings, summarizing and presenting the data will help them decide how to proceed.

Reference

Gaber, J. (2020). Qualitative analysis for planning & policy: Beyond the numbers. Routledge.

Smith, J., & Firth, J. (2011). Qualitative data analysis: the framework approach. Nurse researcher, 18(2), 52-62.

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 look in files for template and instructions

Here is some feedback: – Your intro should be rooted in research and the problem in the larger context of education. You can bring in some personal reflection, but more research. You seem to have done this, but I wanted to just state this to be clear. -lit review: all of the studies seem appropriate. Make sure to discuss their methods and limitations…and how they helped shape your own methods. -Methods: they look good. I need to know what type of qualitative research you will be using (ethnography, grounded theory, etc…). Make sure you substantiate all of your steps in your methods with research in your written proposal (it seems you are doing that already). -I would need to know more about descriptive analysis…this is typically a quantitative approach. Do you mean comparative analysis

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Dallas City Hall

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One of the buildings that I chose from Leoh Ming’s architect works is the Dallas City building located in Dallas, USA. I have chosen the building due to its unique structure and its intention to serve as the administrative centre for Dallas’ municipal administration. However, the structure slopes at a 34-degree inclination, each of the building’s seven above-grade levels are 9.5-feet wider from the one below it. This sloping façade interacts only with buildings on either side that face downtown and offers shelter from the elements and the Texas sun.

Although the foundation and basement levels are far more extensive than the visible footprint of the building, they are hidden behind the sloping façade and extend well beyond it. Two hundred thirty feet in width, the cantilevered roof spans 200 feet (61 meters), the ground level is 126 feet in width, and the basement is 230 feet. Three cylindrical pillars that seem to prop up the structure were constructed due to the Mayor’s reaction to the apparent upper of the building’s form. In addition to providing cosmetic support, these pillars do not carry the structure’s weight. The design and construction of the structure and the Park Plaza and the garage came to more than $70 million in total.

When designing City Hall, Pei employed cast-in-place concrete structures for the interior and outside of the building and the building and park itself. Each story is approximately nine feet larger than that below it, with the building tilting outward at a 34-degree angle. The symbolic logic and functional logic are both present in the 560-foot-long from. The building has utilized the following principles in the construction: attraction and engagement, visibility, nature and sustainability, public transportation as well as integration.

Wu Ying’s scholarly work focuses on the adaptability of construction materials in exterior building design. To enhance the building’s exterior, adaptation research in the usage of construction materials must be prioritized. This Research examines building materials’ flexibility in external design form to increase current building engineering look, project value, and building field production efficiency. The article will help me understand more about the Dallas City building (Ying, 2018).

The scholarly book by Perez and Perini covers nature-Based Approaches to Urban and Residential Sustainability. Discusses the basic principles of natural components in the building design and the tactics required to incorporate them into buildings and towns. The three parts explore the quantifiable advantages, outcomes, concerns and challenges of integrating nature into our constructed environment (Perez & Perini, 2018).

The scholarly article by (Puspitasari & Kwon, 2020) analyses the skyline and tall buildings’ visibility using a dependable approach. According to the Research, towering building clusters may be studied by looking at all unimpeded views from adjacent streets and their effect on the skyline using Jakarta as an example.

The article by (Abdelhameed & Saputra, 2020) describes how the architectural design incorporates building services. Specifically, the study examines the relevance of building service systems (BSS) and how they should be considered throughout the early architectural design stages. These systems should be included in the building from the early design stages to save money and avoid costly and time-consuming adjustments.

References

Abdelhameed, W., & Saputra, W. (2020). Integration of building service systems in architectural design. Journal of Information Technology in Construction, 25, 109–122. https://doi.org/10.36680/j.itcon.2020.007

Perez, G., & Perini, K. (2018). Nature-Based Strategies for Urban and Building Sustainability. In Google Books. Butterworth-Heinemann. https://books.google.co.ke/books?id=_wIxDwAAQBAJ&dq=nature+and+sustainability+of+a+building&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjrhdKOmZ_2AhVPUxoKHeBJDsUQ6AF6BAgKEAI

Puspitasari, A. W., & Kwon, J. (2020). A reliable method for visibility analysis of tall buildings and skyline: a case study of tall buildings cluster in Jakarta. Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1080/13467581.2020.1787839

Ying, W. (2018). Research on the Adaptability of Building Materials Application in Exterior Exterior Design of Buildings. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 189, 032009. https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/189/3/032009

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written proposal that describes an assessment of the needs of the client(s) and why you feel this project would be beneficial to improve health outcomes. Include the goal of the project, the target audience, and what you expect the response to be.

This proposal must be at least 2 pages in length, not counting the cover page and reference page, and be appropriately cited in APA format.

Proposal

The outline of a paper outlines its structure and your
argumentative sequence. It will make your life much easier when
you start writing the final paper. This is how your outline should
roughly look like:

-Thesis Sentence/ Main Argument

-First Topic Sentence: 

1. Visual Evidence

2. Textual Evidence

3. Interpretive Sentence

-Second Topic Sentence

1. Visual Evidence

2. Textual Evidence

3. Interpretive Sentence

-Third Topic Sentence

1. Visual Evidence

2. Textual Evidence

3. Interpretive Sentence

-Conclusive Statement

Thesis Statement:

Your master-claim, this statement should answer the question in
the prompt.

It should appear at the end of your first introductory paragraph.

Topic Sentences:

Each paragraph should begin with a topic sentence, or sub-
claim, that indicates how the features in that paragraph support
the argument of your thesis.

This does not override the general-to specific structure we
discussed, rather it builds on it as an additional criteria.

Evidence (Analytic Descriptions or Textual Evidence):

Within the paragraph, provide evidence to support the sub-claim
of the topic sentence. This is where your analytic observations
come in.

Interpretive Sentences:

These should immediately proceed or follow your analytic
descriptions. The function of these sentences is to relate your
evidence back to the claim of the paragraph, and the claim of the
paper’s thesis.

Proposal

Research Study Proposal Part I and Research Study Proposal Part II are one large assignment divided into two parts. This is the second part of your Research Study Proposal, which builds upon the work you completed in Part I.

Using the same topic you selected for Part I of your proposal, discuss all components denoted below. Use each numbered item as a required subheading in your paper.

1. Data Collection Procedures (Describe the step-by-step process you would use to collect your data) (1 page minimum).

2. Data Analysis (Select two types of statistics you would use to analyze gathered data; not stats formula details, but which stats you would use) (1 page minimum).

3. Contribution to the Field (explain the benefits to individuals, groups and society as a whole of the study results. Example: Using the first hypothetical social psychology study from Part I, if we find that public awareness ads are associated with improved changes in attitudes toward the severely mentally ill, might we use such study results as a means of advocating for Federal funding for expanding advertising efforts; or if study results show no to little association between ads and public attitude changes, might we better serve the severely mentally ill by pursuing other means of reducing stigma? (1 page minimum).

4. Research Limitations (1/2 page minimum). Discuss limitations that you foresee in Part I and Part II of your Research Study Proposal. It may be helpful to review your Instructor feedback for Part I of this assignment.

5. Discussion (1/2 page minimum). Discuss and reflect on your conclusions of the research process and this assignment in its entirety.

The Research Study Proposal Part II must:

Use each numbered item as a required subheading in your paper.

Be a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 5 full pages, size 12 font, Times New Roman, double spaced with 1 inch margins, NOT including the Title and References pages.

Be in APA format, including a title page and reference page.

Be proofread and contain few to no grammar errors, misspellings, incorrect APA formatting, or typographical errors.

Incorporate a minimum of three supportive scholarly citations and references to support content and conclusions.

***Will be submitted to Turn It In and must have less than 20% word for word usage*

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AEH Division 1

ENGL 1213: Composition II Value: 50 points

Writing Assignment 1: Research Proposal

Purpose of Writing Assignment
Throughout English Composition II, you will explore, research,
and create arguments about an issue of your choosing. The
primary goal is to highlight a problem that is observable and
definable.

Requirements
The essay should include the following:

• MLA Format
• 1 ½ to 2 pages (double spaced), not including the Works Cited page
• Work Cited page
• A minimum of 1 source, other than your personal observations, cited in the paper. This source may be

one you plan to use in the rest of the essays.

Tasks to Complete
For this assignment, write a research proposal on a topic found to be a problem in society. The purpose of
the research proposal is to give a good overview of the problem, propose what you expect to accomplish with
your research, and explain how you plan to conduct your research.

The topic you choose for this paper will be researched and used throughout the entire semester. To
complete this assignment, you should

Methods of Organization for the Assignment

• Introduction of the issue or problem that your research will address and attempt to resolve.
What is the significance of the issue? Provide insight to the relevance of the issue and a thesis that
states the main point(s) of the proposal.

• Summary of the what you already know about the issue. Explain and describe what you already
know about the issue. How does the issue impact society? What factor(s) contribute to the issue’s
ongoing presence?

• Summary of your research approach. Explain what more you need to learn about the issue. What do
you plan to research regarding the issue? Will you have to clarify terms and concepts? What research is
needed for the opposing viewpoint? What kinds of sources will you use for your research? What

Grade for this Essay

5% Of the overall grade for the
course

Submit a polished,
academic level
essay using MLA

format

Use invention
techniques to

identify possible
research problems

Plan and
organize your

proposal

Establish a
thesis and

academic level
paragraphs

Write a rough
draft and

complete revision
exercises

AEH Division 2

strengths will they lend to the paper? How will they help clarify points you want to make? How will you
gather your sources?

• Summary of your intended audience. Describe the intended audience for your research; who needs
to know about this issue? Is the audience general, specialized, or both? Discuss what people or group
of people might benefit from reading your paper; how will your audience benefit from your research?

• Conclusion that addresses what is at stake if the problem is not solved, and why it is worthy of
a solution.

Skills
This assignment helps you practice the following skills that are essential to your success in school and your
professional life beyond school. In this assignment you will:

• Develop skills in thinking about and designing a comprehensive research paper
• Identify logical steps that must be taken to accomplish one’s research goals
• Improve general research and writing skills
• Compose a well-organized, paper that includes an introduction, body, and conclusion

Criteria for Success
A summary of the grading criteria for this assignment can be found in the following table. For detailed
criteria, see the assignment rubric.

Category Description Points
Mechanics Students will communicate using academic language and conventions of

Standard American English.
5

Formatting Students will format an essay utilizing MLA style formatting. 10
Organization Students will present information in a unified and coherent manner. 15
Content Students will write an essay that responds to all parts of the prompt. 20
Total 50 pts.

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SPS Real World

REAL WORLD COURSES

Work in multidisciplinary student teams, in fluid consultation and communication, with A-list organization executives and SPS faculty on a real world problem the organization faces. Research, prepare, and present your solutions on the final day of class. Selected ideas are implemented, concretely, into their real world business practice.

1. SAMSUNG: The Challenge

Students will create business solutions to increase retail performance for Samsung.

2. AXIOS:The Challenge

Axios Local is expanding its model for local journalism into cities across the United States. Students will develop a growth strategy to engage communities to build subscriber lists and develop relationships with local advertisers to support a daily newsletter.

Why are you a good candidate to be in the Real World course you selected? 

  • Write what you want us to know, not what you think we want to hear.
  • We want to know what your vision for yourself is; why and how this course connects to it.
  • We want to know who you really are.

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First the introduction must be changed, all of it:

He said you have to start talking about how researchers start doing researches about linguistic phenomena on online platform since about 2000 I think , and then mention these studies such as speech acts , supportive language ,, etc “ studies and others , then talk the ones that I gave it to you which one in “ Irane and the other in Algeria “ , then talk about about “ self-praise and self-denigration” , and that is a few of them done about this topic but none for the knowledge of the writer is done about Jordanian youth so I have to add my voice here

And the theory didn’t work , now he want “ spencer-oatey / Rapport management “

And the “AIM of study he didn’t like them, redo it

And the material, I have to classify how I will collect data and what I goanna use and how I will analyze it

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Data Analysis and Quality Improvement Initiative Proposal

Prepare an 8-page data analysis and quality improvement initiative proposal based on a health issue of interest. Include internal and external benchmark data, evidence-based recommendations to improve health care quality and safety, and communication strategies to gain buy-in from all interprofessional team members responsible for implementing the initiative.

Instructions

Use your current role as Director of Nursing. Choose a quality improvement initiative of professional interest to you. Your current organization is probably working on quality improvement initiatives that can be evaluated, so consider starting there.

To develop your proposal, you will:

· Gather internal and external benchmark data about your quality improvement initiative proposal.

· Analyze the data you have collected.

· Make evidence-based recommendations about how to improve health care quality and safety relating to your chosen issue.

Remember, your initiative’s success depends on the interprofessional team’s commitment to the QI initiative. Think carefully about these stakeholders and how you plan to include them in the process, as they will help you develop and implement ideas and sustain outcomes. Also, remember how important external stakeholders, such as patients and other health care delivery organizations, are to the process. As you are preparing this assessment, consider carefully the communication strategies you will employ to include the perspectives of all internal and external stakeholders in your proposal.

The following numbered points correspond to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. The bullets below each grading criterion further delineate tasks to fulfill the assessment requirements. Be sure that your proposal addresses all of the content below. You may also want to read the scoring guide to better understand the performance levels related to each grading criterion.

1. Analyze data to identify a health care issue or area of concern.

. Identify the type of data you are analyzing from your institution or from the Vila Health activity.

. Explain why data matters. What does data show related to outcomes?

. Analyze the dashboard metrics. What else could the organization measure to enhance knowledge?

. Present dashboard metrics related to the selected issue that are critical to evaluating outcomes.

. Assess the institutional ability to sustain processes or outcomes.

. Evaluate data quality and its implications for outcomes.&

· Determine whether any adverse event or near-miss data needs to be factored in to outcomes and recommendations.

. Examine the nursing process for variations or performance failures that could lead to an adverse event or near miss.

. Identify trends, measures, and information needed to critically analyze specific outcomes.

. Specify desired outcomes related to prevention of adverse events and near misses.

. Analyze which metrics indicate future quality improvement opportunities.

· Develop a QI initiative proposal based on a selected health issue and supporting data analysis.

. Determine benchmarks aligned to existing QI initiatives set by local, state, or federal health care policies or laws.

. Identify any internal existing QI initiatives in your practice setting or organization related to the selected issue. Explain why they are insufficient.

. Evaluate external national or international QI initiatives on the selected health issue with existing quality indicators from other facilities, government agencies, and nongovernmental bodies on quality improvement.

. Define target areas for improvement and the processes to be modified to improve outcomes.

. Propose evidence-based strategies to improve quality.

. Analyze challenges that meeting prescribed benchmarks can pose for a health care organization and the interprofessional team.

· Communicate QI initiative proposal based on interdisciplinary team input to improve patient safety and quality outcomes and work-life quality.

. Define interprofessional roles and responsibilities relating to data and the QI initiative.

. Explain how to ensure all relevant interprofessional roles are fully engaged in this effort.

. Identify how outcomes will be measured and data used to inform interprofessional team performance related to specific tasks.

. Reflect on the impact of the proposed initiative on work-life quality of the interprofessional team.

. Describe how the initiative enhances work-life quality due to improved strategies supporting efficiency.

· Determine communication strategies to promote quality improvement of interprofessional care.

. Identify interprofessional communication strategies that will help to promote and ensure the success of the QI initiative.

. Identify communication models, such as SBAR and CUS, to include in your proposal.

. SBAR stands for Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation.

. CUS stands for “I am Concerned about my resident’s condition; I am Uncomfortable with my resident’s condition; I believe the Safety of the resident is at risk.”

· Communicate QI initiative proposal in a professional, effective manner, writing clearly and logically, with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and spelling.

· Integrate relevant sources to support arguments, correctly formatting citations and references using APA style.

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Thesis Proposal:

The description of the pragmatics of Self-Praise and Self-Denigration by Jordanian youth on online setting

Make the topic a bit better if possible. Otherwise it’s fine

I Want to use politeness theory by “Levinson”.

The Thesis will be on literal and ironic level.

Number of data will be more than 200, as the instructor told me that she needs data for at-least 200 candidates. However, make the data to 300 candidates instead just to be sure.

Age Group will be in twenties. 22 – 27 Almost. And that should include both males and females.

The thesis will be on online setting. Not only Instagram but also Facebook and Twitter and maybe WhatsApp, “ONLINE SETTING”.

You’re required to fill the proposal in the same file that I will send you. The instructor will see it first, and if accepted, this will be delivered to the Graduate Studies Department

Use this references and other references

1: Chalak, A. (2021). Pragmatics of Self-Praise and Self-Presentation by Iranian EFL Learners on Instagram. TESL-EJ, 25(1), n1.

2. Jia, M., & An, Y. (2021). María Elena Placencia and Zohreh R. Eslami (Eds.), Complimenting Behavior and (Self-) Praise Across Social Media: New Contexts and New Insights. International Journal of Communication, 15, 4.

3. Dayter, D. (2014). Self-praise in microblogging. Journal of Pragmatics, 61, 91-102.

4. Ren, W., & Guo, Y. (2020). Self-praise on Chinese social networking sites. Journal of Pragmatics, 169, 179-189.


5. Dendenne, Boudjemaa. (2021). Compliments, Self-Praise, and Self-Denigration among Nonnative English Users in an Online Setting (in TESL-EJ). 25. 1-24.

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جامعة العلوم والتكنولوجيا الاردنية

كلية الدراسات العليا

مقترح مشروع بحث رسالة الماجستير

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البرنامج

البريد الإلكتروني

الرقم الجامعي

اسم الطالب

التاريخ

الكليـة

القسم

التخصص

توقيع المشرف الرئيس

البريد الالكتروني للمشرف الرئيس

اسم المشرف الرئيس

البريد الالكتروني للمشرف المشارك

اسم المشرف المشارك

عنوان مقترح البحث باللغة العربية

I. Title of the Proposed Project (No abbreviations in the title)

The title in English should conform with the title in Arabic.

II. Introduction and Hypothesis of the Study
(minimum of 300 words)
:

Summarize the primary literature that is the foundation for your project.

This part needs to consider the following points:

1- Include the needed background with proper citations

2- Include the gap in knowledge (problem statement)

3- Include the theory tested

4- Highlight originality and/or significance.

5- Explain how it adds to, develops, or challenges existing literature in the field.

6- Identify the importance of your proposed research.

7- Make sure to avoid plagiarism

III. Aims of the study:

Include your aims in a way that is relevant to fulfilling the stated gap in knowledge and allow proper testing of the hypothesis.

IV. Materials and Methods:

Methods used to fill the gap in knowledge (tackle the problem statement) with proper level of details and citations.

V. References

· Make sure that all references are cited throughout the proposal.

· Use common formats (MLA, APA, etc ) used for reference listing.

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 how confident do you feel about developing a research proposal as part of your future career as a nurse researcher? Explain your answer. What questions or concerns do you still have about conducting research in nursing? 

Proposal

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For this assignment, you will select a problem or question that needs answering by drawing from science-based aspects of your personal life or your professional life. This problem or question will form the foundation on which you will build your subsequent assignments in this course.

First, determine and explain the purpose of your proposed research.

Second, develop the research problem and research question. Explain any relevant background insights you have gathered to develop the problem statement and question.

Third, compare qualitative and quantitative research methods. Choose which you feel would work best for this research proposal, and explain why.

Finally, offer possible approaches that could be used in your research. Explain the rationale for your choices.

Your proposal must be at least three pages in length. You must use a minimum of three academically reliable sources to support your proposal. Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment. APA formatting, however, is not necessary. Please note that no abstract is needed.

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