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  • The Challenges Of The In8model Bluenar In Cape Town

    The last month has been busy for in8model circles. I had the opportunity to endure the challenges of long-haul plane flights to be rewarded with people, culture, scenery and different world views. First stop was Bali, where I addressed a chiropractic conference. A stand-out from this convention were two local kids, 12 year old boy and 15 year old sister. Their story that they related to us is as follows: We cast our memory back to 2011 when we first entered some schools in central, hot, dusty…

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  • The Importance Of Driving On The Road

    Getting from a to b in has never been easier. With a push of a button and a turn of a key, we’re barreling down the motorway in a comfortable sardine tin with a few pillows that eject in the case of a crash. This all comes to a screeching halt when the first snowfall wreaks havoc on the minds of drivers who struggle to grasp the concept of driving on the white roads, with cars that are ill prepared for the weather. This can be avoided with a bit of time spent on equipping our vehicles with the…

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  • The Importance Of National Educational Technology Standards

    From an early age, students have the opportunity and the need to be taught many technology skills. When looking at the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) there are skills that all students need to know, no matter their age. Not only that, but English language arts standards for first grade state that students should “with guidance and support from adults [students will] use a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing” according to the Nevada Academic Content Standards…

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  • Dress Code Pros And Cons Essay

    Dress codes, something that everyone usually obeys, it is everywhere, at school, at work, and at many other public places. What are dress codes? Dress codes are a series of rules that do not allow a person to wear a certain clothing, most dress codes are made to prevent someone from wearing something that is inappropriate for that location, for example, schools wouldn’t allow people to be wearing something that is offensive to others. Depending on the area, the dress code can be either very…

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  • School Uniforms Case Study

    The study concluded that overall the crime rate dropped 91%, sexual offenses were reduced by 96%, and incidents of vandalism went down 69%. The huge reduction in problem areas led school officials to believe that improvements were solely attributed to the new uniform policy, however, there is a gray area not addressed in their conclusion. Nowhere in the study is there an assessment of why these reductions took place, or what variables influenced these behavioral changes. Another flaw is the…

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  • Lee Marine Engineering Case Study

    TABLE OF CONTENT PAGE INTRODUCTION 1 • BACKGROUND OF: - LUMUT LEE MARINE ENGINEERING SHIPYARD 2 - UNIKL MIMET SYIPYARD 4 COMPARISION BETWEEN TWO SHIPYARDS 6 CONCLUSION 7 RECOMMENDATION 8 REFERENCE Introduction Shipbuilding refers to the construction of ships that able of floating. Shipbuilding typically takes place in a shipyard by specialized engineers, boat builders, and other marine experts. Shipyard, a place which ships are constructs and…

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  • The Importance Of Dress Codes In School

    What bad or good can dress codes in schools really be? I’m sure most people agree that schools is one of the most important things in life. What happens when schools want to put their rules a little over the board? For twelve years all I knew about schools was about dress code and uniforms and I always asked myself if dress codes can really change a student. Public schools should not have a dress code because it does not decrease attendance, affect academic results, or cause a major distraction.…

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  • Kham Case Study

    Taidam, but sometimes they don’t know how to pronounce some words or they don’t pronounce them right, but they can hold conversations with their grandparents in Taidam and get by. Nowadays it’s just intermingling of languages” (Baccam). That is called code switching, would you say you and your family switch between languages on a daily basis? “I would say yes, I say somethings in Taidam and English to my wife and kids and it just flows. It’s natural to me now. I would think it’s natural to my…

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  • Genomes And Prokaryotic Analysis

    Since the beginning of time, genomes have been in existence since the -, “so-called big bang theory”. Genomes are the key to life because they are an organism’s complete set of deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). DNA is the source in which processes transcription takes place to form a ribonucleic acid (RNA) and is then translated into an amino acid, which is the essential building block of protein to life. For example, hemoglobin, the cells in our bone marrow, churn out a hundred trillion per second of…

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  • Personal Code Of Ethics In Business

    Ethics play a role in every aspect of decision making, “if you understand that ethics is a set of standardized rules for conducting yourself morally, then its easy to see that ethics is a lot like a tax code. Its a system where people are looking for loopholes and shelters. They 're looking to get away with whatever they can while still staying within the rules” (Pasztor 2015).When we think of Ethics, “we tend to think of corporations like Enron that misrepresented earnings and enriched itself…

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