Mini Inquiry Poem

  Look up Look up at the stars Glimmering in the darkness Guiding us through tough times Filled with hope, helping the explorers travel to paradise. You’d easily miss the awaiting adventure; Look up from your phone.   Look up at the trees, standing strong Filled with life; a homeless shelter for the wondering creatures. The oak tree and the cypress grow not in each others shadow They are both strong, apart yet together. You’d walk by missing their impact; Look up from your phone…

TOTKW 2016

For Take Your Kid To Work Day, I went to my dad’s work, Woodhaven Kitchens. Name of your host:    John Grant           Relationship to you: __Father____ The Interview:  What is your job title? Entrepreneur-Kitchen sales and design What is your job description?   He manages a company which includes supervising and manages up to eight employees. He also designs kitchens and other cabinets and sells them. Manages sales, purchases, installation and accounts payable and receivable. Lastly, he measures and designs kitchens and…

Thoughts on Data Analysis 2017

I think that statistics have a place in society, and that they can be useful and helpful in society, but that they are not necessary. We could all live without surveys, however useful they can occasionally be. I personally find it annoying when i get a random call asking to do a survey, but I do understand their purpose. After reading the article, I thought a lot about how we shouldn`t be fooled by false statistics. Lots of people also end up making biased opinions,…

11.1 Factors Influencing Data Collection

When I first read the article, I thought about how so many people can be misguided and give false information out to people, without even realizing it. I thought about how unfair it is that in so many surveys, they use questions to confuse you into giving the answer that they want to hear, or into spending more money. Bellow is a picture of a survey from 2004 in Nova Scotia on whether there should be shopping on Sundays or not. This article was very…

Forgiveness – Whirligig Intro Assignment

“Move on. It’s a chapter in the past, but don’t close the book, just turn the page.” Acceptance, forgiveness and moving on; all three are some of the hardest things to do in your life. When something tragic happens, its human nature to try to blame. We can never forgive and move on if we continue to blame others and ourselves for the events in our life. We tend to hold onto what happened, and because we don’t like or don’t agree with the situation,…