It will help plan the approach depending on such things as disability, language, prior learning and experience. Formative assessments are the second process where the planned assessment takes place. This can come in several forms mainly observation which is usually the best form of evidence followed by questioning which can help fill in the gaps not already met against the criteria and underpinning knowledge. Summative assessment is the way of bringing all of the evidence together to be able to make a decision on whether the candidate is competent or not. This is done by looking at the candidate’s knowledge, skills and competence to make a judgement to whether it meets the criteria set out in the standards.
These stages must be followed in the proper order for the policy to be completed properly and successful. The stages have a direct impact on one another and are typically referred to as a cycle. When the policy is being evaluated, it may reveal issues within the policy that need to be addressed. Each of these stages will need to be repeated and reviewed. This will ensure that errors and mistakes are reduced or eliminated when implementing policy.
To find the concerns that begin the program planning process, it is a prerequisite to do a needs or problems assessment. The assessments give human service workers good direction to what areas need the most focus and what kind of help the people need most. (2003). While planning a program, it is good to brainstorm all the possible avenues and outcomes of all situations. Human service workers need to be prepared for all situations, and have feedback on how well their programs are working.
b) Identity and discuss specific steps needed to implement your selections. Support your selections with evidence from the case, the text, and/or weekly discussion. c) Remember that deciding on a course of action entails envisioning and planning the steps to success. d) Be sure to identify implementation steps for both possible solutions. e) Almost every situation presented with relation to group dynamics and behavior can have multiple avenues for remedy.
Here I agree with Barna that communication is important in the world and intercultural barriers acts as major blocks to cultural diversity. However, I disagree with high anxiety is a major barrier to intercultural communication because sometimes high anxiety actually helps individuals to interact in a bid to go over the anxiety and in doing so they tend to learn individual languages. Barna has also given important strategies that individuals can use to overcome intercultural communication barriers including studying of other people customs, language, arts, literature, other factors that inhibit intercultural communication In this article, Barna has touched on one of the most important problem that every one of us has experienced at one time in life. Barna has explored the barriers to intercultural communication which is a real world problem affecting multicultural and multiracial societies. First, Barna brings out the problem of intercultural communication in the United States through review of what students from different backgrounds perceive of other ethnic groups.
1. Identify standards that influence the way the role is carried out. There are many standards that are put there to ensure that my role is carried out well. This may include codes of practice, national occupational standards, minimum standards and regulations. Having this in place ensure that there are guidelines to my role of what must and must not be done it is important to obey by these to ensure the job is done properly.
Given that improper statistical analysis distort research findings, I faced many challenges in ensuring data integrity and appropriate analysis of my research findings. These challenges include: Drawing unbiased inference The main aim of analysing data is to distinguish between an true event and a false one bias occurring during data collection, selection of data analysis method increases the chances of drawing biased inference (Janssen, Marcotorchino, & Proth, 2013) Following acceptable norms in research Given that, every field of study has its acceptable practices for data analysis; it is always wise to follow these accepted norms. Norms are mostly based on assumptions about the population and the nature of variables used. Following norms is not usually very easy, because sometimes the data collected may require the researcher to use unconventional norms (Li & Baron, 2012) Presenting the data This is one of the biggest challenges I faced while conducting my research, my biggest question was which portion of the data should be show and how to do it. Whether to use graphs or tables presenting data is difficult especially when the data is big or when the is a lot of categorisation.
2.2 – There are many ways to manage risks associated with conflicts and dilemmas:- * Allowing individuals to explore with guidance, * Making individuals aware of potential hazards and dangers, * Allowing individuals to acquire life skills through learning how to cope with risky situations, * Staff ignorance, 2.3 – To get additional support and guidance on conflicts and dilemmas would be to talk to my line manager or get information from outside agencies, the intranet or the internet. 3.1 – Complaints should be responded to as soon as possible even if it is just to explain the process. Give a commitment and ensure it will be dealt with in a certain time frame and stick to it. 3.2 – The main points of agreed procedures
What benefits, if any, are amassed by the learner? Three criteria come into the arena when a response is sought to these questions. I find these to be research, emotion, and logic. First, we must define what these terms mean. Ability grouping is usually used in elementary
Communication skills: We must be able to effectively convey the information of our lessons so that our students can understand it. Creativity: We must be creative in creating or revising our lesson plans to engage our students. Instructional skills: Corresponding to our flexibility, we must prove ourselves capable of explaining