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,…

My environmental interactions

How you do things throughout your life and throughout your average day tend to have an impact on the environment, big or small, positive or negative. For every time you go to the washroom, and every time you print off a worksheet it effects the environment. I will now describe one of my average days, to show my environmental decisions and the impact I make.   To start off my day I will go to the bathroom. That will equal about 6 liters of water…

First People’s Principle of Learning

The first people’s principle of learning demonstrates the most important aspects that me as a student strives to do, not just in science but in all my classes. In my opinion these principles create a learning environment that make you engage, and take learning to a different level of creativity and real life experiences and memories that help create who you are when you are learning. Bellow is a picture of all the First People’s Principles of Learning. Bellow is a video about the principles…

SEXUAL HEALTH

1. Abstinence is the only way to make sure that you are 100% safe from contracting an STI. 2. Birth control DOES / DOES NOT protect a person from contracting STIs. 3. Bacterial STIs can be cured with antibiotics. 4. Viral STIs are not curable. 5. Name and explain at least three ways to protect yourself from contracting an STI Abstinence – Not having sex at all. Condom use – It can help pass STIs when being sexually active Monogamous relationships – Having only one partner at…

CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH WORKSHEET

THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM: The heart, lungs and blood vessels all work together as a unit! 1. Cardio refers to the heart. Vascular refers to the system of blood vessels. 2. These vessels can be either Veins (bring de-oxygenated blood back to the heart) or Arteries (bring oxygenated blood from the heart to the muscles and organs). 3. Deoxygenated blood enters the heart in the right atrium. Next it is pumped into the right Ventricle. Blood then travels to the lungs to pick up oxygen before it returns to…

RATE YOURSELF ACCORDING TO THE VALUES OF FITNESS

ENERGY Do you have adequate energy (without excessive fatigue) for the following? • Work or school? YES • Recreational activities? YES • Meeting emergency or stressful situations? YES If you regularly participate in physical activity, have you noticed any benefits to your physical shape? (ex. fat loss, dimension loss, muscular definition, posture, etc.) If so, list the benefits. Yes, Almost every day of the week I participate in dance classes. Some of the benefits is muscle strengthening, flexibility, stamina and always staying in good shape.…

My SSEP Experience

This year in science, we have been given the opportunity to participate in the SSEP (Student Spaceflight Experiments Program) program. Since September in my science 9 class, we have been working on this project. Many classes throughout the district have been working on this project, all hoping to have their experiment flown into space. ( http://www.sd43.bc.ca/Pages/Space.aspx ) We got put into groups, and then brainstormed ideas of what type of experiment we could conduct, that would be a good idea to also conduct in a micro gravitational…