Description Learners read an extensive explanation of the types of budgets most frequently used by farm operators, whole farm, partial, and enterprise, and complete a brief quiz to test their knowledge. Farm financial standards and ratio calculations are provided. Exercises complete the activity.
Description In the first section of this activity, learners listen to an introduction explaining the importance of setting goals in all aspects of life. The remaining pages list examples of goals and procedures relating to a farming operation.
Description In this interactive object, learners read an explanation of the file rules and indexing that have been developed by the Association of Records Managers and Administrators. Students then test their knowledge of indexing in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Description Learners test their knowledge of jurisdiction issues by matching case scenarios to the correct court. The cases involve the following courts: Circuit, Small Claims, Probate, District, Bankruptcy, State Appellate Court, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and U.S. Supreme Courthouse.
Description The learner will identify ways to overcome barriers to critical thinking and problem-solving including false memories, personal biases and prejudices, and physical and emotional hindrances.
Description In this interactive object, learners follow the litigation process from the filing of a court case through the filing of an appeal. Learners’ choices will move the case in different directions, based on the actions of the parties and the Court. A quiz completes the activity.
Description This interactive activity represents the grid modeling technique, a heuristic model for choosing a centralized location for a manufacturing or distribution center within a supply chain network. The formula calculates a central point between the suppliers and the markets. This object requires the latest version of Flash Player.
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