Education Services Plan; Assignment


Education Services Plan; Your written response to this assignment assesses your ability to;

(a) summarize effective methods to communicate with all stakeholders, considering their individual interests, priorities, and cultural differences for programming of students with disabilities

(b) clarify the potential challenges in the process of collaboration in the public school setting

(c) critique proactive methods for interactive and effective communication with those of differing perspectives

(d) describe the types of collaborative service delivery models in the field of special education

(e) summarize the transition process as part of the collective decision-making and planning responsibilities for the special educator.

For your final assignment, you will assume the role of a case carrier (case manager), who is a special education professional charged with ensuring the IEP is followed and all practices are compliant.

You will revisit the fictional character Manual, who was introduced in ESE610, and study the goals identified in the Individualized Education Program (IEP), located in the Instructor Guidance.

Based on these goals, you will describe how you will coordinate all educational services for Manual, describe the service delivery model that will be implemented, and explore transition services and supports for Manual.

Using content from your assigned reading, the Instructor Guidance, and the discussions, submit the following for evaluation.

When creating your written assignment, use the guidelines found below.

If you have questions about the assignment or the rubric, please contact your instructor using the “Ask Your Instructor” discussion before the due date.

Content Instructions: Coordination of Services
Part One: Multimedia Content Expectations

Create a multimedia presentation that includes the following components:

Building a sense of community between home and school (5 points):

  1. Identify the ways you plan to communicate with the parents.
  2. Describe ways for you to gain the trust of parents and other school personnel.
  3. Identify possible barriers to communication, including at least one cultural difference, and strategies to overcome these barriers.
  4. Describe the intended goals, in non-educational lingo, for Manual’s parents and delineate how they may help at home.
  5. Effective collaborative communication strategies (5.5 points):
  6. Delineate ways in which you will enhance and facilitate the communication and collaboration between all team members (e.g., special education teachers, general education teachers paraprofessional(s), families, community member(s), service provider(s)).
  7. Describe how you plan to deal with conflict that may arise among team members.

Based on the information taken from your interviews with the special education and general education teachers, create a tip sheet of the best practices for collaborating and communicating with all team members.

Service Delivery Model that will be implemented (4 points):

Choose a Service Delivery Model that you believe will be the best fit for Manual and explain why you selected it (e.g., collaborative teaming, co-teaching, complementary instruction, role exchange, consulting).

Be sure to explain in detail:

  1. The characteristics of the model.
  2. The role of the special educator in this model.
  3. How this model will support Manual and his goals, as well as students in general.

Prepare for Transition to Adulthood (14 years old) (5.5 points):

Describe the importance of, and differentiate between, the following components of transitional services:

  1. Self-determination
  2. Self-advocacy
  3. Person-centered planning

Create two goals for each of the following Life Centered Career Education subcategories that will support Manual’s transition goal:

  1. Daily Living Skills
  2. Personal-Social Skills
  3. Occupational Guidance and Preparation

Describe the typical roles of parents within the transition plan and discuss this with Manual’s parents.

Part Two: Multimedia Presentation Expectations

Digital Presentation (2 points):

Create a professional presentation to be shared, using any of the digital presentation tools listed in the Instructor Guidance.

You will talk through your presentation, creating a video and/or audio recording, with the link provided in part two of the assignment.

More specific instructions are located in the Week Six Instructor Guidance.

Slide Design and Format (0.5 points):

Your presentation should be a total of 12 to 15 slides, not including the title and references slides.

The title and reference slides should be formatted according to APA 6th Edition guidelines.

Use relevant graphics to enhance the presentation, without distracting from the main focus.

Slides should have a consistent theme, format, and font that augments the readability of the presentation.

Save the presentation as a PDF., pwpt., or pwptx. file and show the speaker’s notes for viewing in Way-point and Turnitin.

Written Communication Expectations:

Syntax and Mechanics (0.5 points):

Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics, such as spelling and grammar.

Source Requirement (0.5 points):

Three scholarly sources, in addition to the course text.

All sources on the references page need to be used and cited correctly within the body of the assignment.

APA Formatting (0.5 points):

Use APA 6th edition formatting consistently throughout the assignment.

Biotechnology; Chapter 3 Discussion




Could the Gram stain be used to diagnose the flu?Why or why not?

Biotechnology companies have engineered hundreds of different types of mice, rats, pigs, goats, cattle, and rabbits to have genetic diseases similar to diseases of humans or to synthesize drugs and other biochemical products.

They have patented these animals and are selling them to researchers for study and experimentation.

Comment on the benefits, safety, and ethics of creating new animals just for experimentation.

Statistical Quality Control; Engineering Dept.

Statistical Quality Control.

Statistical Quality Control
Statistical Quality Control

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
Statistical Quality Control IENG 320

Statistical Quality Control

[Insert the Title (Capitalize the First Letter of Each Word)]


1- [Insert the First Student Name and Number Here]
2- [Insert the Second Student Name and Number Here]
3- [Insert the Third Student Name and Number Here]
4- [Insert the Fourth Student Name and Number Here]


1- Dr Galal M. Abdella
2- [Insert the TA Name Here]


[Insert the Title (Capitalize the First Letter of Each Word)]

1. Introduction

[Write from 15-20-15 lines introducing the following
1- Importance of Statistical Quality Control
2- The need for statistical process control tools (SPC)
3- The role of the control charts
4- Types of control charts

Note: Use the INTERNET for additional references

2. Problem or Service Introduction

[In this section describe the product or the service of the study. Define the quality characteristics of the product or the service and show the most important quality characteristics]

3. Aims and Objectives

[Add the aim and the objectives of this case study]

4.Roles and tasks description

[Describe the specific role and tasks that each student will be completing as part of this report]

5. Data Collection

[Describe the procedures followed to collect the data. Report the collection sheet in the Appendix at the end of the report. Add pictures of your product (if any)]

4. Application of Control Charts

4.1 Process Parameters Estimation

[Apply Phase I to estimate the in-control values of the                                   corresponding quality characteristics. Use the Mini tab to                           perform this phase].

4.2 Process Capability Analysis

[Apply the process capability analysis and describe the process                  situation. Use the Mini tab Software]

 4.3 Estimating Study Cost

[In this section, the student is required to estimate the cost of                 the study. Define each elements in the study and the cost                           associated with it]

5. Difficulties and Challenges

[Describe the difficulties and challenges of the real applications of the control charts. Provide details]

6. Conclusions and Recommendations

[Write from 5-10 lines summarizing your finding under sections 4-1, 4-2, and 4-3]

7. References

[List your references here (if any)]

8. Appendix

Sample No Observations
1 2 3 4 5

Statistical process control (SPC) is a method of quality control which employs statistical methods to monitor and control a process.

This helps to ensure that the process operates efficiently, producing more specification-conforming products with less waste (rework or scrap).

SPC can be applied to any process where the “conforming product” (product meeting specifications) output can be measured.

Key tools used in SPC include run charts, control charts, a focus on continuous improvement, and the design of experiments.

An example of a process where SPC is applied is manufacturing lines.

SPC must be practiced in 2 phases:

The first phase is the initial establishment of the process, and the second phase is the regular production use of the process.

In the second phase, a decision of the period to be examined must be made, depending upon the change in 5M&E conditions (Man, Machine, Material, Method, Movement, Environment) and wear rate of parts used in the manufacturing process (machine parts, jigs, and fixtures).

Implementation Phase; Research

Implementation Phase.

Implementation Phase
Implementation Phase

The module “Getting the Most From Your Sprints” of the Plural sight course “Scrum Master Fundamentals – Foundations” with Jeremy Jarrell

Continue your work using the scenario presented in Week One. The Director of Software Engineering for the company has determined that you will use an Agile approach for development of the program, including the phase of the program.

The Director has asked you to present to the rest of the team, including your intern, the phase for the program development.

Create a PowerPoint® presentation containing 14 to 16 slides, including an introduction and conclusion slide and detailed speaker notes, that includes the following:
  • A brief explanation of the Agile model and how an implementation phase works within the model
  • An example of a software management tool that can be used as you implement the design
  • A description of at least three user stories that will be critical to the design process
  • At least three technical design specifications for the program
  • A brief description of what a Scrum Master does in the phase
  • A simple illustration of a sprint used in the phase

Cite all sources using APA guidelines.