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    From the months I have spent at High Tech Academy I’ve learned invaluable lessons and picked up skills that have not only helped me with my school assignments, but also equipped me with the resources necessary for the college going process. High Tech Academy has taught me self-discipline and taught me how to prioritize the most important things in my life. HTA has given me hope that no matter my background, it is possible that I will achieve all that I set my mind too. I am more confident than ever that I will go to college and successfully complete my degree. This program has prepared me for real world experiences. I can walk away from this experience with a newfound hope in my future journey. From the first day of High Tech Academy I could…

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    At High Tech High Chula Vista, juniors participate in academic internships. The main reason this is done is because it gives students an insight into what the workforce is like. Students are given four weeks to acclimate and see what skills they have that can be used in the real world. While this is the main reason given, the main benefit is actually the information a student can learn about themselves and their talents. From learning to guide tours to designing in a CAD program, an internship…

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    First, almost one year after the Columbine High School Massacre, two Columbine High sophomores were murdered at a local sub shop. Their bodies were discovered after an employee noticed the shop’s lights were still on. They were eventually identified as Nicholas Kunselman and Stephanie Hart (Janofsky 1). These students were shot and killed, while east of Colorado, in Pennsylvania others were murdered. In a Pittsburgh suburb, a man set his apartment on fire and proceeded to go on a shooting spree…

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    In the existence of High Tech High and its apparent triumph of redefining student success and achieving it wholeheartedly through the film’s focus on Samantha and Brian, presents a positive portrayal of the potential benefits of such a unique curriculum for competency of “soft skills” rather than rote memorization of content knowledge. This is significant as it implies a direction for K-12 education to reform its focus from that of the educational purpose of social mobility to instead the…

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    High-Tech Classroom Even though most schools are going to online teaching is it really helping? Is it really increasing and helping students learn like teachers thought it would? Most schools that have gone to a high- tech classroom base their teachings on one concept.The questions parents need to ask themselves is, with this concept are the students really learning, are their test scores really increasing? But lastly are schools even necessary, should students even have to come to school even…

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    Introduction Apple Inc. is known as the largest tech giant world over for its best quality products like iPhone, iPad, watch, Mac computer and smart TV, etc. Besides 115,000 employees in the US, its suppliers employ more than 1.6 million people in 20 countries. Apple has a set code of conduct to be followed by all its employees as well as suppliers. It helps to keep a balance in the decent workplace to avoid any discrimination based on race, color, ethnicity, age, nationality, sex,…

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    people to access items that are just out of grasp, whether it be above or below. This group of devices has low-tech options that accommodate a simple lack of range of motion such as arthritis and high-tech options that assist those with little to no motion such as a spinal cord injury (SCI). There are several types to choose from and they depend on the functionality of the individual and the affordability. Occupational therapy (OT) can help people incorporate any of these devices, from simple to…

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    They set us up in lines and bring us back on to the stage. We sit down and wait for the rest of the teams in our category to be brought on. We were nervous. All holding hands with each other. They announce 8th place, it wasn’t us, we grip each others hands tighter. They announce 7th place, we look up at each others faces and realized we moved up from our original spot. 6th place, wasn’t us, at this point we are going crazy whispering to each other on stage freaking out. As the 6th place team…

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    In the historical narrative about drone warfare by Andrew Cockburn, entitled Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins, it seems that technology can do no good. Not only does the military grade machinery never seem to live up to its ideal, but it appears that system failure is an all too common occurrence. Though technological advances may give the impression of moving forward in life and creating a better tomorrow, it also creates a sort of communication barrier between human beings.…

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    Throughout the years many generations old and new have been constantly learning new concepts, ideas, technologies, ext. But while these things are amazing there are even more things the generational gap can allow for many more people to understand even more amazing things! Demonstrations of these acts can be found in pieces of literature such as “Grounded,” “An Invisible Thread,” and “Tutors Tech Seniors High-Tech Tricks.” Two generations commit an act that they know could kill each other or…

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