Learning Activity #1Activity 1Please ensure that you post only when ready; as only one post per lear

Learning Activity #1Activity 1Please ensure that you post only when ready; as only one post per learning activity will be accepted and reviewed per student.Do you truly understand the diagnosis process??? Can you spot a problem, select the appropriate intervention method, implementation strategy, and method for evaluation….well let’s find out.Identify, in your opinion, the most effective 1. Intervention Method, 2. Implementation Strategy, and 3. Method for EvaluationThoroughly discuss your selections. Within your explanation you should compare and contrasts your selections to other methods and your reader should be able to clearly see that you have reviewed and understand the material and can apply the concepts, along with some of the strengths and weaknesses.Learning Activity #2 – Please see Diagnosis Model DiscussionActivity 2 –Diagnosis ModelPlease ensure that you post only when ready as only one post per learning activity will be accepted per student. Additionally please ensure that yoursubject line contains your last name and the diagnostic model you are discussing.Let’s discuss diagnostic models.Please find your name and discuss the assigned diagnostic model. This gives all students the opportunity to see different diagnosticmodels from different perspectives.Katie Epley & Rodney Squires -Four Frames ModelVictoria Gormely, Eugene Smith & Steven Ziebarth -Six-Box Diagnostic ModelWendy Waddell & Juan Pereira –differentiation-and-integrationDarby Shaner & Robert Williams –sociotechnical-systemsShayan Siasi, Ronnie Williams & Kenneth Warren -force-field analysisIdentify, define, and discuss your model. Make sure you give some strengths and weaknesses of the model. Tell us when these specific models work best, are their situations that these models are inappropriate in? Take your time, research, and support your models properly, you will see them again!I understand that there are several other diagnostic models that can be detailed here, however, I used the most prevalent models within our course materials and wanted to make sure that we received adequate coverage (at least 2 students per model) to shows different viewpoints.