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BRITISH COLUMBIA

INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

So for this presentation i interviewed my friend Harman and he is a software engineer. I chose to interview him because i knew him before and i wanted to know about his job because he never told me about it , so i thought to interview him. So by doing this interview i got to know how difficult and fun software engineering can be, so my  friend Harman told me a lot of things on how things work in software and i got to know how he chose to do this job. This really helped me in how to do my decision on witch course to chose.

Sources: https://www.bcit.ca/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIy-ysjty74AIVEarsCh0N4QhZEAAYASAAEgJqvvD_BwE

Source 2: https://www.bcit.ca/study/programs/699ccertt

digital footprint

how might your digital footprint affect your future opportunities?

So first it could help me find a job and second that it’s  a source that i can use for applying to other jobs.

3 strategies that can you keep your digital footprint appropriate and safe.

-i could somehow put a password to secure my footprint and if someone wants to see it i can leave my email below and he could tell me who he is and why he wants to see my footprint, and then i can give him the code so he access to my footprint.

-i could put all the pictures in one section of my footprint and all the descriptions on the other side of the footprint.

-i could put the pictures and the descriptions in like a zig-zag order so it looks different from the other footprints (if possible).

what information did you learn that you would pass on to other students? how would you go about telling them?

so what information i would give them, is that the digital footprint is a type of opportunity that you can have to maybe get a job and to become more responsible. And if i really had to tell some students about the digital footprint i would show them some examples and the video that Mr. Robinson told me to watch and gave them some examples of people that go a job for their digital footprint.

Autobiography in a word B

Core Competencies reflection/ PE

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Self assessment

The artificial that I selected for my self  assessment  is the birth analogy video on meiosis. This project was something new that I experienced. First when my teacher gave this assignment to me and my class we all thought that this assignment will be really easy to do, but then when I started to do this assignment was really hard to make this video and I also asked for help to some of the teachers in the school so I could complete this assignment quickly and easily. And I did and this video also helped me to study for my test and was hard to make this video but when I saw the video completed I was really happy.

Meiosis to birth analogy

the fresh periodic table

Fresh look at the periodic table

  • define and discover
  • We must rearrange the periodic table

    Dream

  • Every element is together, and it increases when you go down the table
  • What shape we could use is a pyramid or a square
  • We can use colors by separating non-metals or metals or we can use it for different families

    Design and Deliver

  • Our plan is to divide the elements from their families and have them all together
  • Our explanation is supposed to be easier to read and it is shaped so you can read it from top to bottom

    Debrief

  • How we could’ve improved our plan is that we can make a separation of the metals and non-metals like on the regular periodic table
  • WRITE UP
  • we are using a pyramid design so it is easier to read the periodic table starts  from up and goes down so is more easy to find the elements and they are also in families together and they separate the other metals and the non metals and we also colored the metals and non metals and we made a legend that shows which color are the metals and non metals so non metals are colored blue and metals are colored red.

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