For your workplace or at-home activities, which Interaction Diagram would best be used to describe your activities if you were to hand it to someone? Your thread is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, and at least 2 replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday.
Using case and activity diagrams, briefly describe which one is best for your environment and state why. Also, research a biblical account and create a short Activity Diagram for it. Post your response as an attachment with your comments.Post your thread answering the above prompt and attach your activity design by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday. Also, at least 2 replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday.
Thread: Select 1 topic from among the 6 listed below, and in at least 400 words, write a post that explains your chosen topic.
Additional resources are listed in the Reading & Study folder of this Module/Week.
1. Query Optimizer Overview
Query Optimization Steps
*Be sure to address the question â€œWhat are the algorithm categories?â€
2. Algorithms Introduction
*Be sure to explain how the merge/sort algorithm works.
3. Select Algorithms – Simple
*Be sure to discuss Algorithms S1-S7.
4. Select Algorithms – Complex
*Be sure to discuss Algorithms S8-S11.
5. Join Operation Algorithms
*Be sure to explain Algorithms J1-J5
6. Optimization Techniques
*Be sure to discuss Cost vs. Heuristic based optimization
Replies: Post replies to 2 different threads that contribute to the information presented in the thread. Your thread is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday of Module/Week 4, and your replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the same module/week.
Thread: In the article, â€œGoogle search test shows no progress in cyber safety: a year after breaches exposed, UKFast director reveals that unsecure databases still likely to pose biggest cyber threat to SME security,â€ database security is revealed as the most fundamental part of creating a database, and it is vital to protecting a companyâ€™s information assets from unauthorized access. In fact, SQL injections have surpassed almost all other security vulnerabilities in 2013. Although security policies are often implemented to protect data, information security remains every employeeâ€™s responsibility. Data in the wrong hands can have a major negative impact on a business, and security of the data ultimately falls on the creator of the database. In this discussion board post, discuss the concept of database security as it relates to the Bible. What mandates does God give us with respect to protection of property? What real world examples support these biblical truths? Replies: Post replies to 2 different threads that either support or refute the information presented in the thread. Your thread is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Thursday of Module/Week 4, and your replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the same module/week.
This term we have focused on applications which could be used for God’s Kingdom. If you look around your daily lives you will find there are so many opportunities for programs to be built for Him. These do not have to be within the church walls.
This week we are going to put what you have learned into action. Discuss a program you could write to help glorify God’s Kingdom. Be creative. Think of a program that is not existing today or if it is post what you would be doing to make it different.
You are not going to write the program but you are going to discuss in detail the following:
- Who would use the program?
- Who would benefit from the program? (Yes these can be different)
- How would this application benefit God’s Kingdom?
- What type of information would you take in?
- What type of information would you display/print?
- Reference one Bible Verse to show how in God’s Word how this would benefit His Kingdom.
Think about feeding the hungry, taking care of the sick, or honoring your parents. There are so many ways computer applications can be used. Soon you will be in your new career. How can you impact God’s Kindgom?
Post your thread by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Wednesday. Post your replies by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday.
As you’ve learned, Differentiated Instruction (DI) is founded on the belief that students come to school with varying experiences, levels of readiness, learning preferences, and academic abilities that need to be accommodated through a multifaceted approach to curriculum delivery. On the other hand, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) was originally an architectural movement that declared that physical structures should accommodate all individuals, with and without disabilities. Examples include a curb cutout for wheelchairs that also accommodates strollers, and closed captioning that benefits people with hearing impairments but also benefits emerging readers and visual learners (National Center, 2012). Since its inception, “Universal Design” has morphed into “Universal Design for Learning” with the initial concept of ‘equal access’ being transformed from physical structures to curriculum materials and learning tools such as digital media, universal closed captioning, and SMARTboard technology.
Although these two approaches have been established with divergent intentions, they are now used in combination to provide interactive and engaging lessons. For this week’s activity, you will create an interactive presentation that compares differentiation and UDL and blends the concepts in your current or future classroom. The following short video (Eadens, 2013), provides a quick glimpse of some ideas that may be helpful.
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