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Descript - Transcription and Audio Editing. Closed Captioning in Camtasia. Captions display onscreen text for the audio, sounds, or actions occurring in a video.

Closed Captioning in Camtasia

Captions create videos accessible to a larger audience, including: Viewers who are deaf or hearing-impaired.Viewers that cannot listen to audio in their current settings.Viewers who are non-native speakers by providing onscreen translations in the captions. Create Infographics, Presentations & Flyers. Download Packet Tracer 7.3.0 and all Previous Versions. This article provides direct downloading links of the Cisco Packet Tracer. Download the latest version (7.3.0) as well as all previous versions of the Packet Tracer. Earlier, the downloading of the packet tracer was restricted. Databases and Useful free resources - in English. ETHICS & VALUES IN SPORT.

Ethics Lesson Plan: Determing What is Right. Grade: 11-12 CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RST.11-12.1 Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of science and technical texts, attending to important distinctions the author makes and to any gaps or inconsistencies in the account.

Ethics Lesson Plan: Determing What is Right

CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RST.11-12.4 Determine the meaning of symbols, key terms, and other domain-specific words and phrases as they are used in a specific scientific or technical context relevant to grades 11–12 texts and topics. What Is Your Ethics? IQ Test. Any given day: Ethical failings touch every area of sports. Reading the sports news can be demoralizing and make you question the integrity of our game.

Any given day: Ethical failings touch every area of sports

In the past few weeks alone, there have been reports of doping, racism, sexism, homophobia, sexual assault scandals, human trafficking related to sports, more questions about concussions and CTE outside of football, more scandals in FIFA, murder, and more. I teach a course on ethics in sport for our graduate students in the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida. Ethical Concerns in Sport: When the Will to Win Exceed the Spirit of Sport. Examples - Play by the Rules - Making Sport inclusive, safe and fair. Ethical Dilemmas in Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Coaches and the Codes of Ethic. Competitive sports have a tremendous impact on our culture, influencing the values of millions of participants and spectators.

Ethical Dilemmas in Collegiate Athletics: The Role of Coaches and the Codes of Ethic

It has been said that “Sport is too much a game to be a business and too much a business to be a game” (Hums, Barr, & Gullion, 1999). The sport industry is growing at an incredible rate of speed. Estimates by Financial World magazine of individual professional team sport franchises list an average National Football League’s team’s value as $174 million dollars. The 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games saw licensed products sales in the billions (Brecke, 1997). In April 2010, The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) announced a new 14-year television, internet, and wireless rights agreement with CBS Sports and Turner Broadcasting.

Ethical dilemma. 5 Workplace Ethics Training Activities For A Perfect Workplace. Do you have an ethics problem in your organization?

5 Workplace Ethics Training Activities For A Perfect Workplace

Or maybe the ethics of your workers is acceptable but you want to improve them? Perhaps your organization only has a few areas that need to be targeted. The reasons that leaders of an organization would choose to implement ethics training are varied. The best reason is that good ethics is simply good business. The opposite is also true: Bad ethics is bad business. Yet, knowing this isn’t enough. Workplace Ethics Training Activity #1: Ethics Dilemma Discussion. Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative. Laughing Man Coffee This exercise describes Laughing Man Coffee, a coffee company started by Australian actor Hugh Jackman.

Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative

Jackman started Laughing Man Coffee and the Laughing Man Foundation after meeting an Ethiopian coffee farmer named Dukale. Core 202 – Ethical Analysis – Radford University Core Handbook. In CORE 101, you completed the Opposing Viewpoints assignments, which asked you to analyze two arguments in order to compare the authors’ approaches.

Core 202 – Ethical Analysis – Radford University Core Handbook

In CORE 102 you completed the Approaches to Oral Argument assignment, and in CORE 201, you completed an Argument Analysis. Now, in CORE 202, you will apply the analytical skills that you have been practicing and strengthening to an analysis of an argument that addresses an issue that involves ethical reasoning. The Ethical Analysis assignment is designed to help you meet two objectives that are important for analyzing an ethical issue. It will help you to.

6 Steps for Making Ethical Decisions. Home » Coach Resources » Coaching Tips Sometimes, as a coach you may feel that an action or behaviour is wrong.

6 Steps for Making Ethical Decisions

At other times, you may suspect or even know that a behaviour is illegal. How to Conduct an Ethical Analysis. Ethical analysis is a systematic approach to figuring out the right moral decision in a particular situation.

How to Conduct an Ethical Analysis

By analyzing the situation logically, in accordance with your ethical code, you can figure out which options are both effective and moral. Ethical analysis principles encourage you to form an accurate picture of the situation and think through the effect of your decisions before you act. In business, you can use ethical analysis to get your company back on track when your coworkers or supervisors perform unethical actions. The Sports Ethicist. School starts up again this week, and for the fifth Fall Semester in a row, I am offering my course on Sports Ethics.

The Sports Ethicist

This semester, I have two sections totaling almost 50 students! By rough guesstimation, 200 students have taken my Sports Ethics class while at Rockford College. I thought I’d post a little bit about the course. I like to start the course with Heather Reid’s article “Socrates at the Ballpark” from Baseball and Philosophy: Thinking Outside the Batter’s Box .