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Over 30 subjects to choose from! You set your own price and deadlines.

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Recent Questions From Students

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I'm going to buy my first car. I've been online searching for a few days. I have to say there are huge differences among different dealers and I am pretty confused. What costs should I take into consideration when buying a car? Is there anything I should pay special attention to? Any advice for my first car? I am looking for new car or used car. Price under $15,000. I am asking for expert or experienced suggestions. Thanks!! :)
by Lots O Questions
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There are three (3) types of textbook based homework items located at the end of each chapter. These include Discussion Questions (DQ), Exercises (E), and Problems (P). Some homework items have been custom created.
by Francky
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A superhero flies 346 m from the top of atall building at an angle of 22 ◦ below thehorizontal.What is the vertical component of the super-hero’s displacement?Answer in units of m
by silvia
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Please do a paragraph about this post with this instruction . post most have  4 or more  sentences .  you also have to have a high quality post from a content perspective. This means it also needs to do more than agree with or praise a class mate. If you agree with a classmate, explain why, give an example, share what you learned in the readings, ask questions of each other, etc. In my practice setting, the Emergency Department is very conscientious of Septic patients with their overwhelming and life-threatening response to infection.  Starting with a sepsis screening tool during triage, nursing staff are to look for patients who present with signs and symptoms of infection.  A few of these symptoms include temperature of < 96.8f or > 101.0f, heart rate > 90 or a change in mental status. If it is deemed the patient is potentially Septic, they are placed in a bed immediately. After determining if the patient is emergent, step two of the sepsis screening tool is to re-evaluate after lab results are received. Treatment of antibiotics and fluids should be completed per protocol for my facility within 3 hours of triage and then re-assessed again within 6 hours of triage. The desired patient outcome that is achieved through this approach helps to decrease tissue damage, organ failure and death.
by csoto
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Supporting Diversity Through 21st-Century Teaching and Learning This assignment re-introduces you to the framework of 21st Century Skills that you will consider each week as you work to redesign prior coursework for your ePortfolio. Note that a similar format is followed for each of the assignments in this course. You will upload this assignment to the course for evaluation and to your ePortfolio (Pathbrite). Specifically, after reviewing the Framework for 21st century learning, you will redesign or modify a prior assignment from one of your courses in the MAED program that represents your mastery of the MAED program learning outcomes 1, 2, and 3. An assignment you may want to redesign could be in the form of a lesson plan or teaching unit you previously created for a course. Your redesign of the assignment must show a representation of 21st-century learning through incorporation of student outcomes and support systems, which are defined as follows:Student Outcomes: Learning and Innovations Skills (critical thinking, communication, collaboration, and creativity), Core Subjects 3Rs and 21st Century Themes, Information, Media, and Technology Skills, Life and Career Skills.Support Systems: Standards and assessments, curriculum and instruction, professional development, learning environments.  When selecting an assignment to redesign, think about how the assignment should consider the diverse strengths, differences, cultures, and communities of students while offering a safe, collaborative, engaging, and inclusive learning environment. If you do not have previous work to use for this assignment, please contact your instructor for guidelines on how to proceed. As needed, refer to the MAED program learning outcomes (PLOs) list. Create your assignment to meet the content and written communication expectations noted below. Content Expectations The Redesign expectations explain what you are required to do with the prior coursework you choose to redesign. The Summary expectations are for the separate written portion of this assignment.  Redesign – Outcomes (2 Points): Redesign of the lesson plan or teaching unit includes at least one component of the following 21st Century Student Outcomes: Core Subjects and 21st Century Themes, Learning and Innovation Skills, Information, Media, and Technology Skills, and Life and Career Skills.Redesign – Support Systems (1 Point): Redesign of the lesson plan or teaching unit includes at least one component of the following 21st Century Support Systems: 21st Century Standards, Assessment for 21st Century Skills, 21st Century Curriculum and Instruction, and 21st Century Learning Environments.Summary – Introduction/Conclusion (1 Point): A one paragraph introduction to the summary that concisely presents the scope and organization of the summary writing, as well as a one paragraph conclusion that recaps your summary’s key points. Summary – Modification (1 Point): For each revision, summarize in a paragraph how you revised the activity to address the components of 21st Century Student Outcomes and 21st Century Support systems. Explicitly state how your redesign assignment provides evidence of mastery of PLO’s 1, 2, and 3.Summary – Reflection (1 Point): In one page, reflect on your experience with the redesign in terms of challenges you encountered and how you overcame those challenges, including any difficulties experienced in revising to address the components of 21st Century Student Outcomes and 21st Century Support systems. Written Communication ExpectationsPage Requirement (.5 points): Two to four pages, not including title and references pages. APA Formatting (.5 points): Use APA formatting consistently throughout the assignment. Syntax and Mechanics (.5 points): Display meticulous comprehension and organization of syntax and mechanics such as spelling and grammar.  Source Requirement (.5 points): Reference three scholarly sources in addition to the course textbook. All sources on the references page need to be used and cited correctly within the body of the assignment.
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There’s something satisfying about helping students solve problems you remember struggling with yourself in the past.

Kind of like running into someone you’ve not met in a long time, except you are doing so much better than them now.

—Michel B.

Stanford University
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Back in high school, I was the go-to person for homework help in my class. At my university I organized and lead study groups on a weekly basis.

I guess I’m just one of those people who really enjoy school, so tutoring at Studypool while finishing my Masters Program in Literature is an obvious choice. :)

—Jennifer M.

New York University
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I remember back in junior high, I had a really great math teacher.

He took a subject I hated and made it fun and engaging for me. I think that’s what inspired me to become a teacher.

My goal is to make an impact on my students not only academically but in other areas of their lives as well.

—Gavin M.

Brown University