An A-Frame Virtual Reality Programming activity for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
An Encryption activity and worksheet for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
A Python Functions activity - "Drawing with Turtle" - for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
A Python Functions activity - "Scrabble game" - for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
A Python IF-ELSE activity - "The Dating Equation" - for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
A Python Lists activity - "Gift Exchange" - for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
A Python Lists activity - "Hangman game" - for CS0 students. Part of the CUNY CS04All project.
This syllabus is designed for a graduate course in the study of abnormal psychology, also known in some institutions as Psychopathology. The course is required for new students who are starting their program in clinical mental health counseling (CMHC). The syllabus provides information on required resources for optimal performance in the class. These resources include; electronic DSM-5 book through the CSI library e-resources, digital interactive learning resource (MindTap), instructional movies through Wikipedia, and links to relevant mental health organizations. The resources are mostly open education resources (OER), with a few that are not free (MindTap).
This rubric was designed to assess presentation skills for student in the BS in Business at CUNY College of Staten Island.
This 7-week lesson plan is designed for use in clinical nursing courses. It is designed specifically for use by Nursing faculty teaching in the absence of state required patient facing clinical opportunity due to COVID restrictions. The lesson plan describes pedagogical techniques and provides video and education OER resources designed to help support the development of empathetic communication skills over 7 weeks. Refection and video debriefing techniques will be employed. Role play will culminate in the group presentation project of a brief video modeling effective therapeutic empathetic communication.
This course emphasizes the critical need for media literacy and an informed understanding of media industries. It is essential to select credible information when we are inundated with messages on a daily basis. It is also crucial to identify when stories and issues of importance are not reported or inadequately reported in the media and when it is up to us, as consumers of media, to create those stories and issues and bring them into the public domain.
Syllabus for the course: CSC 511: "Advanced Web Development" delivered at the College of Staten Island in Fall 2019 by Shane Afsar as part of the Tech-in-Residence Corps program.
This two-part assignment is one learning check for students in an undergraduate nursing course on women’s health issues. Students view/listen to class slides and review open access materials on climate change and women’s health. The assignment is designed to demonstrate understanding of the material and students’ critical thinking about possible pattern changes, its impact on women, and how nurses can intervene to enhance women’s health and well-being.
The Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) is an advanced practice registered nurse with expertise in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of specialty patient populations. In addition to direct care, the CNS role expands to other areas including research, education, quality improvement, and inter professional teamwork. Creating a detailed CNS Job description helps to clarify the role.
Asset-based Community Assessment Project
This group assignment is based on a template that is provided within this assignment. This project provides students with opportunities to learn the values, and skills necessary for applying an asset-based approach when assessing a community.
This exercise provides opportunity for open philosophical discussion in the classroom, and promotes collaborative inquiry among students. It gives students direct experience of using the basic intellectual tools of philosophical inquiry. These include: clarifying what is at issue, seeking definitions, questioning definitions, spotting assumptions, evaluating inferential reasoning or moral judgments, presenting and examining evidence or explicit arguments.
This is a syllabus for a course in computational thinking. The course described introduces preservice and inservice teachers to the fundamental concepts of computer science, including web design, coding, ethics, computational thinking, course resources, etc.