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    THE PYRAMID AND COMMERCIAL TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS By providing a mechanism for making use of technology, especially commercial technology, the Pyramid enables the shaping of events at all stages of conflict. Inserting appropriate technology into the problem accelerates insights, clarifies choices and builds time for a decision. Commercial technology is critical because, among other things, it has potential to help collect information, provide predictive analytics, automate the creation of cohesive narratives, adapt weapons and counteract kinetic as well as non-kinetic effects. Among DOD officials responsible for these issues and, at least as importantly, entrepreneurs and industry executives, the Pyramid can assist in applying existing or future technologies in resolving national security issues. It is likely to prove especially beneficial to the high-tech and start up community, where individuals may not be as familiar with national security practices. The discipline of the model allows participants to see how a technology would potentially work. The Pyramid serves as a check to the collective process; it forces participants to ask the right questions and to inquire if a particular technology fits within the application level, narrative and cognitive…

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    In order to help someone be a smart and well-rounded individual you have to start young. Using social media, smartphones, tablets and the Internet are all part of the everyday lives of most Americans today. This technology is being integrated into the lives of our children almost from the day they are born. Parents, guardians, and teachers are all responsible for introducing these children to use modern technology in the most appropriate and educational way possible. Technology is so widespread…

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    Perry And Greber Analysis

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    the concept of 'replacement' (particularly technology replacing women's jobs). How does this play into the argument that technology reinforces and responds to established social structures? Perry and Greber directly discuss the impact of computers on women’s jobs. Before the invention of the any type of computer, the ENIAC was specifically mentioned by Perry and Greber, women performed mathematics using hand calculators during the World War II. Military leaders needed a “calculating machine” to…

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    Authenticity is defined to be genuine and of undisputed origin. Throughout Sherry Turkle essay “Alone Together” she talks about authenticity and how technology has taken the human ability to build authentic relationships. She also speaks about how prominent technology has become for the human species. Sherry Turkle’s argument is strengthened by Jean Twenge in her writing “Generation Me” where she speaks about the depression, anxiety and the different pressures that lead to the rise in numbers of…

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    In the era of advanced technology and the online classrooms, teachers find it hard to understand the accurate methods of teaching. Teachers need to identify the strategies to provide the student-centered environment that is engaging and effective. In the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) concept, the best professional practices and how understanding them effectively affect the student performance is clearly outlined. This paper identifies how the understanding of these concepts…

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    Student Stereotypes

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    Students Three things to consider- student demographics, access, and differences in students’ learning with technology. Student demographics refer to there being a diverse range of students. This creates a challenge for teachers to know and understand how to teach and accommodate all of their learning styles. Access refers to the access to technology. If students do not have easy, cost effective and available access to technology, then this medium of education cannot be used. Difficulty of…

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    Many people say that prolonged use of screen-based technology will limit a child's ability to read emotional cues, or that it will affect their overall health. However, many studies have proven that with the right balance of technological use and “face-to-face playtime,” technology can be a great tool to use in classrooms. The main problem with young children using technology is that they’re not using it to enhance their learning, instead goofing off or learning bad things. If a parent were to…

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    to be merely based on vague and inaccurate methods such as expressing personal experience or opinion, or applying rules written in words arbitrarily interpretable. Another distinctive feature of scientific knowledge is that it has always been progressing rapidly, in terms of their rigorousness in explaining the nature, accuracy of predictability, and application of new technology to our daily life, since…

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    Technology Use in the Classroom Today, students are remarkably tech savvy and create and consume large amounts of media. In contrast to these students, teachers and principals are often unaware of what goes on in the students’ digital world and are often afraid to engage with it. This gap has created a shift of power in schools allowing students to be the experts of technology. Many educators fear change and the release of power that comes with the use of technology. With the invention of…

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    Rater Commentary Response

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    believe that technology has isolated and infantilized us, essentally transforming us into dependent, conformist morons best equipped to sideswip one another in our SUV's. Furthermore, hanging around with the younger, pre-commute generation, whom tech-savviness seems to have rendered lethal, is even less reassuring. With "Teen People" style trends shooting through the air from tiger-striped…

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