Landfill Harmonics and 21st-Century Skills

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THis was the questions but don’t answer this read the 2 post and reply to them

Describe the Learning and Innovation 4Cs (i.e., communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity) (click on the 4Cs Research Series tab on the right-hand side of the page) as well as Life and Career Skills from the Framework for 21st Century Learning (see item 4 under 21st Century Student Outcomes) that you perceive the students learned and applied as a result of their participation in the Landfill Harmonic project.
Describe the cultural competencies you perceive were demonstrated by the students in the Landfill Harmonic project (these are summarized in the Instructor Guidance for this week).
Describe the social factors and attitudes you perceive were needed to initiate the project, including a consideration of the cross-cultural skills that may be necessary for supporters to sustain the Landfill Harmonic project.
. In your responses, compare the 21st-century skills and cross-cultural skills your peers identified with the ones you described. You are encouraged to ask questions about their posts. Questions might include requests for clarification on points made or for elaboration on an area of their post. Though two replies is the basic expectation for this discussion, for deeper engagement and learning, you are encouraged to provide responses to any comments or questions others have given to you. Write something about both post separate the answer

need to write 100 words for each post


The Learning and Innovation 4C’s are critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity. Critical thinking involves working through problems to find a resolution. As a result of living on a landfill, the students were able to find ways to incorporate music into their skill set. Communication involves presenting thoughts and or ideas quickly and clearly (using proper context and tone). Collaboration involves working together to reach the common goal. Practicing collaboration helps students (and teachers) understand how to address a problem (critical thinking) , present solutions, and come up with the best course of action. Finally, Creativity involves thinking past what is normal and doing something different. Each one of these skills was applied by the students who are participants in the Landfill Harmonic Project. They have taken a negative situation and made something positive. By using the recycled goods in the landfill, they were able to make musical instruments to form an orchestra. Being poor and not having many resources did not prevent them from using their creativity to connect with others.


the second post

After watching this video, I was impressed by people’s resilience. Making instruments out of trash is a genius idea, especially if that is all of the resources available. We need to have an open mind when it comes to cultural differences. Since Paraguay is a developing country and It is known for its landfill. To the world, trash is nothing; however, to these people, it is a means of living. Most of the children in this area are prone to drugs and gangs. There aren’t many other outlets for the children to explore. Giving them this opportunity to make music is a blessing. Now the whole world can see how they can thrive, giving what is up against them.

The Landfill project, consider several factors — the affordability of the instruments and attracting children to be a part of the orchestra. I was impressed by the fact that not many people in the area haven’t heard the children played up until it was aired on television. It just tells me that this area was ignored by the world. I love the fact that their safety was taken into consideration. If money was raised to get instruments, then it will probably get stolen. To hand-make, the instruments not only kept them safe but also gave them a sense of ownership.

All factors of the 4c’s were incorporated into the Landfill Harmonic project. Communication is an important key to this project. Many of the people of the community had to be open to this idea of making instruments. Collaboration the key because the concept had to pitch and many came together to support the envision. Creativity was the key to making the project come to life. In the video, the teacher said that “ The price of one of the instrument is the same cost of a house. Instead of contemplating what the children don’t have to make music, they used the resources from the community to construct the instruments. Critical thinking played a major role because the instruments had to play, just as if they were the real ones.

Corporate Portal Scorecard


Corporate Portal Scorecard

Research at least five areas of publicly available information (such as the Dow Jones or top search engine results) that help to establish the health and public image of a company. Propose a web-based information system that will interface with this information (for example via RSS feed) and display current details on these areas to an executive; include in your description how each item is relevant to the health of the business. The information presented on the output screen should be succinct and light on technical detail. Business abbreviations (such as stocks) are perfectly acceptable as raw data. Ideally, these categories would all be visible on a single monitor screen without scrolling (if they are articles, then just the headline as a clickable link would be sufficient). Suggest at least two ways in which this system might be useful.

Part II -5

Case Study: Manufacturing Plant Network Setup

You will be presented with a situation showing the details of how a company is currently working, a manufacturing plant with various stand-alone computers and printers, and you will research and determine the best configuration to help the manufacturing plant network their computers and include connections to the Internet for all computers. You will need to explain and support the decisions and be able to explain how the changes will benefit the manufacturing plant, including describing how the changes will be managed and implemented.

Click here to read the case.

In Week 1, you discussed the system acquisition strategy. In Week 2, you discussed the system architecture.

Part I -4


In Week 1, you discussed the system acquisition strategy. In Week 2, you discussed the system architecture. In Week 3, you created a physical data model and drafted the inheritance structure of your objects. This week, you will continue working on the solution you have envisioned so far. The work that will be added this week will increment the information you have produced so far, complementing it in a coherent manner.


Using the Microsoft Word document you created in W3 Assignment 2, add to it by completing the following tasks:

  • Define and schedule programming tasks.
  • Design a testing plan, including unit tests, integration tests, system tests, and acceptance tests.
  • Describe the documentation to be prepared for your system.

Part II-5


Using the Microsoft Word document you created in W4 Assignment 2, add 3- to 4-pages to it by completing the following tasks:

  • Describe the type of system support and maintenance that you should provide, either through live help or with built-in features such as auto-updaters and self-diagnosing systems.
  • Discuss a conversion strategy you would set in place for the time you decide to issue a new version of the application.
  • Discuss a business contingency plan you would set in place for the time you decide to issue a new version of the application.

Background Reading list

Your boss has a meeting with some members of the public about (select a topic from below) and you need to make him/her look smart and knowledgeable about the issue at hand. Give me a one page reading list (with links) with short intro to put the readings in context. This can include media reports, government documents, court documents, and scholarly articles, preferably a mix. APA citation formats apply.

One page single spaced with one line between each citation. Identify the “must reads” with some form of highlighting or ranking.

The more readings, the better.


Veterans Administration

Student Loans and Financial Aid

Affordable Care Act

Agency personnel policies

Local education

Ethics in government

Funding infrastructure

Environmental policies

Parks and Recreation

Law enforcement

Fire services management

Emergency management

Military community relations

You can provide some limit and justification for your selection by framing these topics with more specifics and with an “members of the public” audience of your s

With regard to network security and asset management of a given network, concerns of availability, security, and integrity that are relevant to data security apply as well to network security.

Part 1- 4 ITS4106 Network Adm
Dropbox Assignment
With regard to network security and asset management of a given network, concerns of availability, security, and integrity that are relevant to data security apply as well to network security.

Click here to view the active and passive threats.

Based on your understanding of the above topic, answer the following:

Discuss in detail examples of each of these types of threats, both passive and active, with examples of such activity.
Describe in detail the actions to be taken in order to proactively protect against such threats and methods to secure your network.
Discuss a minimum of six functions related to maintenance of security information and how this information helps security management keep account of activity or attempted activity.
In a Microsoft Word document, create 2- to 3-page report..

Support your responses with examples.

Cite any sources in APA format.

Part II -5
Dropbox Assignment
With using RMON, the statistics group contains basic statistics for each monitored sub-network. The statistics are in the form of counters that start from zero when a valid entry is created. The statistics group provides useful information about the load on a sub-network and the overall health of the sub-network. Since various error conditions are counted, such as CRC alignment errors, collisions, and undersized and oversized packets.

Based on your understanding of the topic, create a 4- to 5-page report in a Microsoft Word document, answering the following:

Conduct a research on the etherStats Table, which collects a variety of counts for each attached sub-network, including byte, packet, error, and frame size counts.
Choose ten different counters found in this table and discuss in detail how this information would help a network administrator diagnose potential issues in the network.
Give examples of how one would make modifications, based on the information found in the etherStats Table.
Support your responses with examples.

Cite any sources in APA format.

Clinical Reasoning Cycle

One attachment is assessment n another is required reading for it.
Assessment 1 – Clinical Reasoning Cycle
Due Date : Monday 26th August 2300
Scenario – Mrs Williamson
Mrs Williamson is a 76-year-old woman admitted to your Orthopaedic ward from the Emergency
Department (ED) after she had a fall at home. The ED doctor has referred Mrs Williamson for
investigations regarding a possible left foot metatarsal bone fracture and ordered further investigations.
Mrs Williamson has had an initial dose of 1000mg Panadol in ED 3 hours ago; with an ongoing order of
1000mg of Panadol PRN 6 hourly. The physical exam shows that Mrs Williamson has pain and redness of
her left foot, which has increased over the last 3 hours despite analgesia, and her pain level now is 8/10.
She is unable to bear weight on the affected foot. Mrs Williamson is oriented and alert, but concerned as
she was brought to the hospital alone.
Mrs Williamson has a history of high blood pressure (hypertension) and she is on antihypertensive
medication, Avapro 150mg/day. Mrs Williamson was an active member at the local bowling club and local
church, but since her husband died 12 months ago, she has not attended church or bowling. When you
introduce yourself to Mrs Williamson, she tells you that she “does not want to be in hospital” and asks you
“when can I go home?”
Mrs Williamson’s vital signs upon admission to the ward are:
• Blood pressure 145/90 mm Hg
• Temperature 36.8° Celsius
• Pulse rate 110 beats per minute

ACC03043 – Corporate Governance Assessment 2 – Case Study – Board architecture at Arcelor Mittal

ACC03043 – Corporate Governance
Assessment 2 – Case Study – Board architecture at Arcelor Mittal
DUE DATE: Monday, Week 10, 11:00 PM
WORD LIMIT: 2000 words (excl. references)
Please write your word count on the front page!
All students are required to submit this assessment via the ACC03043 SCU Blackboard learning site. Hard
copy and email submissions will not be accepted and late submission penalties will apply to assignments
that are not submitted on time via the specified Blackboard site.
The following questions are all based on the Financials Times article ‘Governance may impede Mittal’s
pursuit of Arcelor’ and the case study information below.
Case Study: Board architecture at Arcelor Mittal
The merger of steel makers Arcelor and Mittal in 2006 produced the world’s largest steel company, with
330,000 employees and forecast earnings of $15.6 billion. Arcelor had fought a long defensive battle
against the hostile takeover, valued at around $35 billion. Arcelor was incorporated in Luxembourg and
had adopted European governance architecture, with a supervisory board, including employee
representatives, and a management board.
Mittal was a family company with a tradition of growth through acquisition, in which the founding family
still played the dominant role. Arcelor had criticised Mittal for its inadequate controls, because it had
many Mittal family members and few independent directors on its board.
In the merged Arcelor Mittal company, the Mittal family retained 43.5% of the voting equity. The new

From the case studies provided you will choose a person who you would like to develop an empathic

From the case studies provided you will choose a person who you would like to develop an empathic
understanding of including understanding your intention. You choose only one person from one case
Identify empathy gaps
Describe the person in relation to your pre- existing values, beliefs, stereotyping and bias regarding the
person and their situation.
You will describe specific communication skills that could be utilised to increase empathy with that person
In an oral presentation, you will discuss achieving a shared empathic understanding.

ITECH5403 – Assignment 1 – Language Design Essay

ITECH5403 – Assignment 1 – Language Design Essay
Due Date: 5pm, Friday of Week 7
This assignment will test your knowledge of programming language design features, and is worth 20% of
your non-invigilated (type A) marks for this course.
Topic Overview
Since the development of Plankalkül back in the 1940s, a large number of programming languages have
been designed and implemented – each for its own specific problem domains and made with its own set of
design decisions and compromises. For example there are languages which:
• Are strongly typed and loosely typed,
• Provide support for object orientation / abstraction of data types,
• Use static or dynamic scoping rules,
• Provide memory management (i.e. garbage collection) or allow the developer fine-grained control over
heap-allocation and recycling,
• Provide closures to allow functions to be passed around like variables,
• Allow easy access to array slices and those which do not,
• Perform internal correctness checking of data and those which do not,
• Provide diverse and comprehensive suites of built-in functionality and those with a more limited set of
• Use pre-processors and macros to selectively expand or substitute source code, etc.
Each of these decisions can have a profound effect on the usefulness of a programming language in terms
of factors such as its speed, robustness and general suitability to create programs of a certain type, such as