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Plight of a Politician

The textbook I chose, Profiles in Courage by John F. Kennedy, tells about several senators in history who went against their party while doing what they felt was right. One common outcome that all of these people suffer is that after going with their gut and following their hearts, they are regarded as traitors to their party or section.

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Why Day Trading is a Great Investment Option

Why Day Trading is a Great Investment Option For Many People… Trading stocks seems to be a complicated process that takes hours of research to do well in. However, Trading Strategies for Beginners taught myself, along with many others, that trading stocks only takes a few hours to begin a journey of making profit. Not only does the book explain what stock trading is, but it demonstrates the different types of

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Latch Hook & Self-Improvement Journaling

Latch Hook & Self-Improvement Journaling Goals for the Year In the Technology and Entrepreneurship class, students choose a project of their interest to complete throughout the school year. At the second semester, they also choose a book to read to enhance their leadership/business skills. For my project, I am creating a rug-like tapestry out of small pieces of yarn, which is done through a process called Latch Hook. I started

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VR Job Training Simulations Project

VR Job Training Simulations Project Update: 3/10/2023 Students have completed their VR Development training, and have begun “Paper Prototyping” the job training. Paper Prototyping helps describe the experience in terms of: What will the user SEE at the START? (How do they know what to do next?) How will the user get FEEDBACK to know what they are doing is positive or negative? When does this feedback come about? Hit

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Amid Covid: Teaching in a Pandemic

Week 1: Launch in 10,9…LAUNCH. Assignments online? Check…with 887 video tutorials I’ve made dating back to 2012. Students ready to complete work in a completely new way, taking on all time-management responsibilities? That one’s tricky. My 6 and 7 year old kids ready to sit still for hours doing work, letting me do my own work? Ha, no. Last day of class before Work-from-home, our guest speaker spoke on “Changing

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The Student’s Guide to the Quarantine

Far out in the uncharted backwaters of the unfashionable end of the western spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small unregarded yellow sun. Orbiting this at a distance of roughly ninety-two million miles is an utterly insignificant little blue green planet whose ape-descended life forms are so amazingly primitive that they still think digital watches are a pretty neat idea. This planet has — or rather had — a

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