Graded Discussion 2 – Structural Unemployment

Children’s Television Programming
January 28, 2020
Customer Satisfaction
January 28, 2020

Unemployment, Structural Unemployment, Production, Physical Capital, Labor, Human Capital, Improvements in Technology, Specialization, and Comparative Advantage
Instructions and Steps:

  1. View the following 3 TED Talks (video presentations). As you watch the videos, take notes of any relevant information.

The key to growth? Race with the machine’s | Erik Brynjolfsson
What will future jobs look like? | Andrew McAfee
Jobs of the future and how we can prepare for them | Avinash Meetoo

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  1. Decide which of the 3 TED Talks best responds to this question;

Is human capital they key to avoid being structurally unemployed?

  1. Produce a no more than 200 word Post in which you explain your position. Your post must contain at least the following elements:

It must state the title and the author of the chosen TED talk.
It must state the reason why believe that TED talk best answers the question.
It must explicitly explain the relationship, connection, or link between the ideas provided in the TED Talk and the concept of Structural Unemployment.

  1. Produce a post Reply of no more than 100 words to someone else’s post, in which you critique the post content using the Intellectual Standards (Clarity, Accuracy, Precision, Relevance and Logic). In other words, you are to use the Intellectual Standards to assess the someone else’s post. Your reply must contain at least the following elements:

It must explicitly state which of the 5 Intellectual Standards (Clarity, Accuracy, Precision, Relevance and Logic) you are using in the critique.
It must at least contain one question.
The question must be preceded or followed by a short statement pointing out what you think needs improvement.
For example, if in your opinion, the reason or rationale someone used to select one of the 3 videos was not clear, you can point that out by asking questions of Clarity, and by addressing what was unclear about the statement. An effective reply may look like this; Clarity and Precision can be improved. “when you wrote about , I was not sure if you meant or __. Can you say that in a different way? Can you be more specific?”.

To earn full credit, in this discussion, you are required to produce one (1) Post and one (1) Reply. Your grade will based on how Clear, Precise, and Relevant your posts and replies are. Each entry (a Post or a Reply) is weighted equally.

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Graded Discussion 3 – Fiat Money
Available on Monday, January 6, 2020 7:55 PM EST until Tuesday, February 25, 2020 11:59 PM EST Must post first.
Before completing this graded discussion. You should have full understanding of the concepts below, if you don’t please use the textbook and review them first.

Money, Fiat Money, Liquidity, Central Bank, Money Supply, Functions of Money, Fractional Banking System
Instructions and Steps:

  1. View the following 2 TED Talks (video presentations). As you watch the videos, take notes of any relevant information.

How the blockchain is changing money and business | Don Tapscott
Bitcoin. Sweat. Tide. Meet the future of branded currency | Paul Kemp-Robertson

  1. Decide which of the 2 TED Talks best responds to this question;

Should we trust electronic currencies, like bitcoin they way we trust paper money?

  1. Produce a no more than 200 word Post in which you explain your position. Your post must contain at least the following elements:

It must state the title and the author of the chosen TED talk.
It must state the reason why believe that TED talk best answers the question.
It must explicitly explain the relationship, connection, or link between the ideas provided in the TED Talk and the concept of Fiat Money.

  1. Produce a post Reply of no more than 100 words to someone else’s post, in which you critique the post content using the Intellectual Standards (Clarity, Accuracy, Precision, Relevance and Logic). In other words, you are to use the Intellectual Standards to assess the someone else’s post. Your reply must contain at least the following elements:

It must explicitly state which of the 5 Intellectual Standards (Clarity, Accuracy, Precision, Relevance and Logic) you are using in the critique.
It must at least contain one question.
The question must be preceded or followed by a short statement pointing out what you think needs improvement.
For example, if in your opinion, the reason or rationale someone used to select one of the 2 videos was not clear, you can point that out by asking questions of Clarity, and by addressing what was unclear about the statement. An effective reply may look like this; Clarity and Precision can be improved. “when you wrote about , I was not sure if you meant or __. Can you say that in a different way? Can you be more specific?”.

To earn full credit, in this discussion, you are required to produce one (1) Post and one (1) Reply. Your grade will based on how Clear, Precise, and Relevant your posts and replies are. Each entry (a Post or a Reply) is weighted equally.

You must start a thread before you can read and reply to other threads

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