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Tutor profile: Cassidy L.

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Cassidy L.
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Subject: Library and Information Science

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Digital Citizenship Lesson: What would a good citizen do in the following situation? Nick sees that his classmate left her email account open on a school computer by mistake. Nick decides to _________.

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Cassidy L.
Answer:

Log out of her email and let her know that he closed it for her.

Subject: English

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In the novel, Chasing Lincoln's Killer, John Wilkes Booth jumped onto the stage and yelled “Sic semper tyrannis!” to the audience. What did this mean and where was it from?

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It means “Thus always to Tyrants!” and it is the state motto of Virginia.

Subject: Education

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Which of the three major curriculum designs, subject-centered, learner-centered, and problem-centered, do you find most relevant according to your personal experiences and/or professional beliefs?

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The most common curriculum design dimensions are scope, sequence, continuity, integration, articulation, and balance. As a technology site facilitator and strong proponent for instructional technology integration, learner-centered curriculum design is most relevant according to my personal and professional beliefs. By nature, technology is ever-changing and complex; therefore, students need to be met on their current level of computer literacy.

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