digital footprint

(1) how might your digital footprint affect your future opportunities? Give at least two examples…

1)One example of how your digital footprint could affect your future opportunities is if when you were younger, in your teenage years lets say. you could have done something on the internet, like posted a video on instagram showing something racist. then when you are are older and you are looking for a job, your boss can easily search up your instagram page containing the racist video which can in return lead to you not getting the job or you getting fired. like for example the liberal Ala Buzreba who stepped down after someone dug up offensive tweets she posted years ago.

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2)another example of how your digital footprint can effect your future opportunities is if you were maybe a very intelligent person/ very kind person that did a lot for there community (like volunteering), you could be on the local news. which means that this could make your social appearance very positive, leading to you being very liked and in the case were you are trying to get a job and your boss looks up your name he/she will see how positive and socially liked your are which will might if not always give you a better shot at getting the job. sort of like how Mr.Robinson made us look up his name and ask us if he would be a good person to hire and with his positive background of helping and information about all the good things he has done it was an obvious ‘yes’ to hire him.

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(2)describe at least three strategies that you can use to keep your digital footprint appropriate and safe…

1)A strategy you could use to keep your digital footprint appropriate and safe is by before posting/blogging read your post over and make sure you don’t have any inappropriate things that might offend someone

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2)Another method to keep your digital footprint proper and secure is by making sure that whenever you are on the internet you are being positive and kind to others because you never know when the stuff you say to others will come back to bite you in the back

3)A third way to keep your digital footprint fitting and suitable is by going over it with your mom or dad and having them read it just to be extra safe that your digital footprint is safe and appropriate because like they say “moms always know”

4)One more technique to make sure that you digital footprint is well maintained and appropriate might be to have a system is place to make sure every time you upload its appropriate. for example Riverside secondary school has this system called “think” where you check off the things to make sure your post are appropriate.  

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(3)what information did you learn that you would pass on to other students?How would you go about telling them?…

something i learned that i would pass on to other students is that your digital footprint could be very vital to your future because what you did in the past could really effect your future, positively and negatively. from you wanting to go to a university to trying to get a job, all you have to do is type in your name and you will see all the negative and positive things you have posted on the internet. How i would go about telling all of the other students this is by placing several posters around the school with showing how your digital footprint could affect your future

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My Safety Story

One day, during science class. we are discussing about an ethical dilemma, which was about dissection and if killing animals for science is something that should happen. there are always two sides to things and well killing animals for science has many things to look at it. for example are the animals/animal parts that are used, from animals that are already killed or were the animals killed for only one purpose which was to be dissected. i think that there should be separate classes for those who actually want to dissect the animal because sometimes people treat the dissection as a joke or are just not interested, which would means the animal was wasted. in conclusion i think dissections and killing animals for science has a good cause but it shouldn’t be done in earlier years like middle school and high school. during our conversation about dissection Mr.Robinson gave us some news about an up-coming experiment. i was so excited, but first we had to do a quiz that went a little like this:

1.what is this symbol’s definition:Flame   answer:Flammable materials or substances that can self ignite when exposed to water or air, or which emit flammable gas.

2.what is this symbol’s definition:Environment   answer:chemicals toxic to the environment and wildlife

3.what is this symbol’s definition:Image result for consumer hazard symbols   answer: chemicals with explosive properties

4.what is this symbol’s definition:Image result for consumer hazard symbols   answer:substances that are harmful to humans if they are inhaled, ingested or they come into contact with skin.

After the test Mr.Robinson carried a test tube rack which is used to carry test tubes into the class. “the test tubes are used to mix, heat, or store substances,” said Mr.Robinson. As he walked to the back of the class, Mr.Robinson tripped on someone’s backpack and spilt the chemicals on a student, causing the student to catch on fire. the student freaked out and started to run around the class screaming “i am burning”, which is a very bad way of demonstrating safe conduct during an emergency. After, the student was sent to the hospital with minor injuries, and Mr.Robinson had a serious conversation on what to during an emergency, which was to inform a teacher then wrap the person in the fire blanket or go to the emergency shower. this incident made the experiment postponed, which was a bummer.

 

After a couple of weeks we finally got to do the experiment and i was super excited. Mr.Robinson warned us that we would be working with flammable material so we had to be extremely careful. we set us all with partners and made one person get the test tube holder which is used to hold a hot test tube and a funnel which is used to help pour liquids into a small openings without spilling it. he gave every group a test tube and made the second partner go and get a hot plate which is used to heat things up and a ring stand which is used to support a ring clamp or a test tube clamp they also had to get the test tube clamp. we also needed a test tube brush and a thermometer, the test tube brush is used to clean test tubes and the thermometer is used to measure heat and obviously we needed to wear safety goggles to protect our eyes. then once we were ready we got gasoline.

 

to start we poured the gasoline into the test tube using the funnel to help us to make sure we don’t spill it everywhere. once we got the gasoline into the test tube we were told to use the test tube clamp to clamp the test tube. we then put the test tube clamp on to the ring stand which helped support the test tube clamp. once all that was done we turned on the hot plate and set the test tube above the hot plate to heat the test tube. will we did all of these steps we also were filling out our results sheet. everything was going perfectly but of course something bad happens. when we were told to use the test tube holder to pick up the gasoline, a student turned around too quickly causing him to knock over the hot plate and the gasoline. this caused the floor to start to catch on fire. however it’s a good thing that he knew what to do which was to get the teacher’s attention which then lead to the teacher to put out the fire with the fire extinguisher. this situation was a good example of safe conduct during an emergency.     THE END

 

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