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    Comparing Core Competencies for Nurse Practitioners and Nurse Educators There are many nursing specialties that are enveloped by core competencies to provide a framework for a competent practice. Once these core competencies have developed, implementation of them begins with confidence and a clear understanding of expectations within the role. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast the core competencies outlined by the National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties for a nurse

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    Calling Understanding God’s calling is not something that is easy and it is a very personal thing, my calling to youth ministry is no different. There is a saying that says, “Keep your friends close and you enemies closer.” This is the approach that I took with God for much of my life. God was more of an enemy to me, he was like the ultimate fun sucker. I did not ignore God, in fact I learned a lot about God. I thought that if I could just know a lot about God that somehow that would be enough to

  • The Common Core: An Analysis Of A Common Core

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    An Analysis of Common Core Introduction “The more states that adopt these college and career based standards, the closer we will be to sharing innovation across state borders and becoming more competitive as a country,” according to Bill Gates, Co-Chair, of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (Quotes from Supporters, n.d.). The standards that Mr. Gates is alluding to in his quote are the Common Core, these are a set of educational learning goals particularly targeted to Mathematic and English

  • Core Competency

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    Core competencies are the most significant value creating skills within a company and key areas of expertise that are distinctive to a company and critical to the company's long-term growth. Core competencies are the pieces that a company is superior than its competitors in the critical, central areas of the company where the most value is added to its products. These areas of expertise may be in any area from product development to employee dedication. A competence which is central to business's

  • Core stability

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    athletes forever seek to optimise performance and prevent injury through preventative measures. Core stability encompasses the capacity to govern the situation and movement of the trunk over the pelvis for optimal production, transfer and control of force and motion to external regions. Central core for stabilisation and force production is becoming progressively important to the sporting industry. Core stability is portrayed as critical for efficient biomechanical performance, fundamental in maximising

  • Nuclear Core

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    Nuclear Core The Earth’s core is a massive nuclear fission reactor. The core uses the process of nuclear fission to burn it’s fuel of uranium 235 into lighter elements, or fission byproducts. This core is also responsible for producing much of the geological phenomenon observed on the Earth. Phenomena such as geomagnetism and the periodic shutting down of the Earth’s magnetic field are examples of phenomena that are directly attributed to fission within the Earth. There is also substantial

  • Common Core

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    United States of America’s education systems; Common Core is a new education plan that is going to be merged into 46 school systems across the United States. This new type of learning has received controversy in educations requirements, restrictions, government involvement. Thusly, with this change in the educational system, there is of course many opposing views on the integration of Common Core. One radical faction believes that Common Core is a way for the government to weasle it’s way into controlling

  • Core Rigidity

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    *--Explain the concept of core rigidity. Do long lived organizations inevitably have difficulties avoiding the problem? Use examples from automobile industry --* Core competencies are capabilities that serve as a source of competitive advantage for a firm over its rivals (Hanson, 2008). Those capabilities must include usage of services or resources being valuable, rare, non-substitutable and costly to imitate. Using the capabilities strategically will make a core competency, which brings the significance

  • Common Core

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    the Common Core Initiative. The Common Core was made so that schools could have a set of shared goals or standards for what knowledge and skills will help students succeed. Local teachers, principals, superintendents, and other educators will decide how the standards are to be met using their own lesson plan.They hope to improve the United States education rankings, as we currently rank 29th internationally in math and 23rd internationally in science. Many critics of the Common Core believe that

  • Freaks of the Core

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    Freaks of the Core Wherein lies the odd attraction and power of the freakish? Just as often as it introduces us to expressions of common human experience, study in the Humanities also introduces us to the decidedly uncommon--to writers, artists and thinkers who push conventional limits of language and narrative, vision and imagination, memory and history, or logic and rationality. For our Freaks of the Core colloquium, we explored the outer limits of human expression and experience. What, we