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    from across the hemisphere. The architecture design process beginning in the early 1990s, the National Museum of the American Indian opened dialogues with Native communities and individuals across the Western Hemisphere. These early meetings resulted in the museum's landmark document, The Way of the People (1993), which reached beyond the basic requirements of the building to incorporate Native sensibilities throughout the museum building. The design…

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    Nasa Crane Project Report

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    Nasa Crane In this project we had to design a crane that could hold the most batteries. We only had a few materials to create our cranes. The materials were a box, three pencils, string, paper cups, a paperclip, and duct tape. With these materials you had to design a crane that could hold the most batteries without breaking and it had to raise six inches. You first had to define the problem, then you had to establish a design, then you had to build your design. Then after you built it you…

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    A fashion photographer is a photographer who highlights clothing and other fashionable products in different ways to make memorizable and standing out. They tend to work with models and designers. Some fashion photographers are possibly employed by fashion magazines, catalogs, advertising agencies, fashion houses, or maybe just self employed. If you want to become a fashion photographer you don't need an undergraduate degree to do so, not required. You can usually get more skills and advance…

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    quick and easy access to the internet and the popularity of social media, cyberbullying is a growing problem for school age children. Cyberbullying, also known as electronic bullying, is bullying through electronic devices. Cyberbullying can be described as “An aggressive, intentional act carried out by a group or individual, using electronic forms of contact, repeatedly and over time against a victim who cannot easily defend him or herself” (Smith, Mahdavi, Carvahol & Tippet, 2006. p. 376).…

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    has been going on in the school systems for years now. There are cons to this act, but there are many more pros that override the negatives. To help students move into the digital era and be more involved, schools need to replace textbooks with electronic devices such as tablets and iPads. This generation is growing up in a digital world and technology is everywhere around them. There are many benefits involved with replacing tangible textbooks for resourceful tablets where…

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    Grade school, and eventually secondary school, highly discouraged the use of electronics in the classroom. In fact, the use of electronic devices at all on campus was grounds for detention, a confiscation of the ‘contraband,’ and the phoning of parents to retrieve the device from the assistant principal. Comparatively, many professors at the university do not mind students’ use of phones, laptops, and various electronic aids. Finally, those days of hand-cramping notetaking were behind me—or so I…

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    Electrical and Computer Engineering has developed tremendously over the hundredth year. As the world continues to grow smarter from new inventions and expansions, the possibility of further refining the engineering curriculum was brought up. It is vital to take into consideration efficiency, effectiveness, and resourcefulness when it comes to learning, as well as teaching. Ambitious engineers will need to acquire key ideas, including social, cultural, and specialized concepts in order to be…

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    lives easier. We us mechanical engineering to design and make things maybe like the shell of the computer. According to Columbia engineering “mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices to large systems spacecraft and machine tools.” Mechanical engineers are suppose to make item and sells it on the market. Not only that they have to design the parts for it they must also find a way…

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    Keeping your phone on during the night or next to bedside can affect your sleep by urging one to use the electronic device instead of sleeping.(The negative effects, 2015) When one should be getting 10 hours of sleep at night they get less because before one goes to sleep they have to check their device for messages or calls. Which now urges them to start messaging…

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    For thousands of years two main sources of knowledge and influence dominated classroom learning - the teacher and the textbook, but in today’s world of unprecedented technological advancement, the Internet is a powerful tool in the classroom. (Loyola 2014) The research on the impacts of technology implemented into elementary school classrooms is limited, mostly anecdotal, leaving the question of whether the impact is more largely positive or negative unanswered and the subject of much…

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