Other Branch Prediction Algorithms Problem 16.3 Taken Not taken Not taken Part a Predict taken Taken Not taken Predict taken again Taken Part b Predict taken Taken Taken Not taken Predict not taken Not taken Taken Predict taken again Taken Predict not taken again Not taken Taken Predict not taken Not taken Predict not taken again Not taken Taken Not taken Not taken Fig. 16.6 Predict taken Taken Not taken Predict taken again Taken Predict not taken Not taken Predict not taken again Taken   Computer Architecture, Data Path and Control Slide 71
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Academic Program Options What educational options are available at IVCC? Okay, now that you know how to get started here at IVCC, what about academic program options? At IVCC, you can choose from five different degrees and a variety of certificate programs. If you want to transfer to a four-year college or university, you will pursue either an Associate in Arts (A. A.) degree, an Associate in Science (A. S.) degree, or an Associate in Engineering Science (A. E. S.) degree. These three degrees are called transfer degrees. If you want to learn a professional skill that will result in immediate employment after IVCC, you will pursue either an Associate of Applied Science (A. A. S.) degree or a certificate program. Another degree option available to you is the Associate in General Studies (A. G. S.) degree. This degree is individualized to meet the needs and interests of the student. It allows for the combination of both transfer and career courses. While not intended to be a transfer degree, the A. G. S. degree recognizes completion of two years of college. back | home | next
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Field-At-A-Glance (Handout)    2015 – 2016 Generalist MSW Clinical MSW Learning Competencies 1. Assessing needs and resources 2. Providing resources 3. Obtaining resources (case  management) 4. Developing/Improving resources 1. Assessing needs and resources 2. Providing resources 3. Obtaining resources (case  management) 4. Developing/Improving resources 1. Clinical practice with individuals 2. Clinical practice with families 3. Clinical practice with groups Expectations   Entry-level practice Entry-level practice  Community-based clinical practice Type of Internship Spring Semester Only  Concurrent with course work Concurrent with course work Total Internship Hours 420 Total Field Hours 400 Total Field Hours 600 Total Field Hours Hours/Semesters in Field  (Full Time Students) 28 hours/week during Spring  semester  Average 14 hours/week Fall and  Spring semester (200 hours each  semester) Start 2nd week of Class. Average 20 hours/week Fall and  Spring semester (300 hours each  semester)   Hours/Semesters in Field  (Part Time Students) 17 hours/week Spring semester (250 hours)   14 hours/week Summer semester  (170 hours)  Average 10 hours/week Fall and  Spring (150 hours each semester)  Average 8 hours/week Summer  semester (100 hours)     Average 13 hours/week Fall and  Spring (200 hours each semester)  Average 16 hours/week Summer  semester (200 hours)  Supervision Required 1 hour/week with BSW or MSW 1 hour/week with MSW 1 hour/week with MSW FT – 1.5 hours every other week during  Fall and Spring semesters Field Seminar    FT – 3 hours/week during Spring  semester FT – 1.5 hours every other week during  Fall and Spring semesters PT – 2 hours/week Spring semester  and 1 hour/week Summer semester PT – 1 hour every other week during  Fall, Spring and Summer semesters PT – 1 hour every other week during  Fall, Spring and Summer semesters Field Seminar Instructor Field Seminar Instructor Field Seminar Instructor Field Paperwork turned in to: January 2016 BSW   University of Central Florida - Office of Field Education 5
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Field-At-A-Glance (Handout)    2015 – 2016 Generalist MSW Clinical MSW Learning Competencies 1. Assessing needs and resources 2. Providing resources 3. Obtaining resources (case  management) 4. Developing/Improving resources 1. Assessing needs and resources 2. Providing resources 3. Obtaining resources (case  management) 4. Developing/Improving resources 1. Clinical practice with individuals 2. Clinical practice with families 3. Clinical practice with groups Expectations   Entry-level practice Entry-level practice  Community-based clinical practice Type of Internship Spring Semester Only  Concurrent with course work Concurrent with course work Total Internship Hours 420 Total Field Hours 400 Total Field Hours 600 Total Field Hours Hours/Semesters in Field  (Full Time Students) 28 hours/week during Spring  semester  Average 14 hours/week Fall and  Spring semester (200 hours each  semester) Start 2nd week of Class. Average 20 hours/week Fall and  Spring semester (300 hours each  semester)   Hours/Semesters in Field  (Part Time Students) 17 hours/week Spring semester (250 hours)   14 hours/week Summer semester  (170 hours)  Average 10 hours/week Fall and  Spring (150 hours each semester)  Average 8 hours/week Summer  semester (100 hours)     Average 13 hours/week Fall and  Spring (200 hours each semester)  Average 16 hours/week Summer  semester (200 hours)  Supervision Required 1 hour/week with BSW or MSW 1 hour/week with MSW 1 hour/week with MSW FT – 1.5 hours every other week during  Fall and Spring semesters Field Seminar    FT – 3 hours/week during Spring  semester FT – 1.5 hours every other week during  Fall and Spring semesters PT – 2 hours/week Spring semester  and 1 hour/week Summer semester PT – 1 hour every other week during  Fall, Spring and Summer semesters PT – 1 hour every other week during  Fall, Spring and Summer semesters Field Seminar Instructor Field Seminar Instructor Field Seminar Instructor Field Paperwork turned in to: August 2015 - 16 BSW   University of Central Florida - Office of Field Education 31
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High Need Academic Competence • • • • • • • Personal Competence • • • • • • • GPA is a 2.0 or below; Maybe on probation and at risk of being suspended or dismissed Does not complete courses successfully; receives D, INC, F grades, or withdraws from most or all courses Struggles greatly with academic challenges; cannot cope with challenges; gives up easily Does not have acquisition of time management skills; does not prioritize Chronic absences from or lateness to class and often takes extended breaks during class Work is of poor quality; unrealistic expectations of professors role; no accountability May have some knowledge of college and program resources, but does not utilize No interest in co-curricular activities and places no value to the importance of participation Cannot balance personal and academic life; focuses on personal life stressors and is easily distracted Does not participate in program and college activities Reflection on parental, familial and affective relationships, and feels powerless or has an unwillingness to make adjustments Is not aware of procrastination or refuses to address procrastination Chronic excuse making, blaming others; does not take responsibility; unrealistic Non-committal Mid Need Low Need • GPA is below 2.5; at risk of falling into probation Completes courses with inconsistent grades; may withdraw from a course Shows awareness of academic challenges; struggles to meet challenges successfully Shows awareness of time management issues, but struggles with prioritizing Attends class to meet minimum requirements and may have minor punctuality issues Work is of average to poor quality Shows awareness of college and program resources, but underutilized • • Is aware of co-curricular activities and shows some interest in participating Desires to be organized, but has difficulty balancing personal and academic life Inconsistent in participating in program and college activities Reflection on parental, familial and affective relationships, but has difficulty making adjustments Hesitant of collaborating with other students in program activities or group work Is aware of procrastinating but struggles with completing tasks and follow through Shows signs of anxiety when under stress • Is aware of importance of career exploration, and moderately confident in their choice of major Is aware of importance of professionalism Inconsistent with setting clear vocational plans and aspirations; difficulty identifying personal interests; some interest in educational and vocational exploration Is aware of study abroad opportunities, and considers it as an option Is aware of scholarship opportunities, and considers it as an option • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Career Planning Competence • • • • • Has not explored career paths, and indecisive as to what major to choose Conducts themselves unprofessionally Inability to identify clear vocational plans and aspirations; unaware of personal interests; distracted from pursuing educational and vocational exploration Views study abroad opportunities as far reaching and unrealistic options Views scholarship opportunities as far reaching and unrealistic options; unwilling to follow through with application process • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Maintain GPA of at least 3.0 Successfully complete all courses; rarely withdraws and only as a last resource Shows awareness of academic challenges; copes successfully with challenges Manages time efficiently, prioritizes Attends class regularly and is on time Work meets high quality standards Makes use of college and program resources Is aware of importance of participation in co-curricular activities Is organized/balances personal and academic life Actively participates in program and college activities Reflection on and readjustment of parental, familial and affective relationships Collaborates with other students in program activities Does not procrastinate Keeps stress levels under control Is aware of importance of active involvement in career exploration Is aware of importance of conducting oneself professionally Setting vocational plans & aspirations; identifying personal interests; educational and vocational exploration) Attended a study abroad workshop Attended a scholarship presentation Researched scholarship opportunities
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