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  • Landmark Education Reflective Essay

    For over the past decade, I have been learning and living through the works of Landmark Education (now Landmark Worldwide). The programs have evolved from seminars designed by Werner Erhard. During that same approximate time, Erhard was working with Jensen, Zaffron, and Granger the creating an ontological, phenomenological leadership course to be taught throughout the world. Not only were they successful in doing so, they found through teaching the course, people left the course actually being leaders. When I first took part in the seminars at Landmark Education, I found they dramatically, positively impacted my life. It was therefore a pleasure to attend the Being A Leader Course lead by Werner Erhard, who designed the original courses I have completed, Steve Zaffron, CEO, Vanto Group, Landmark Worldwide who now own the programs, Kari Granger Fellow of the Center for Character and Leadership Development United States Air Force Academy and Mike Jensen,…

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  • Poem Analysis: SLAM Technim With Emlation And Graphics

    -4,4,7); % set of external landmarks N = size(W,2); % N: number of landmarks R = [0;-2;0]; % R: robot pose [x ; y ; alpha] U = [0.1; 0.05]; % fixing advance and turn increments creates a circle Y = zeros(2, N); % Y: measurements of all landmarks % ESTIMATOR x = zeros(numel(R)+numel(W), 1); % x: state vector 's mean P = zeros(numel(x),numel(x)); % P: state vector 's covariances matrix q = [.01;.02]; % amplitude or standard deviation of system noise Q = diag(q.^2); % covariances matrix s =…

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  • Huntington Beach State Park Summary

    Atalaya Internship at Huntington Beach State Park Throughout history, the idea of using interpretation and preservation in order to fully keep up a National Historic Landmark has always been very important. Without really putting in the work to make such landmarks presentable and runnable, visitors would not be able to entirely enjoy and learn the rich history that the historic place has to offer. During my role as an intern at Atalaya Castle, the winter home of Archer and Anna Hyatt…

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  • Success: Origin, Destination, Landmarks, And Road

    titles, or higher education degrees. Planning a life of success is about mapping out the aspects of your life. It is a holistic approach to success that includes mind, body and spirit. (Even if you are a corporate junkie you need this balance.) Similar to a map, you need to define the following details: origin, destination, vehicle, backpack, landmarks, and route. Origin: Who you are A journey has a starting point. Your origin is who you are right now, at this moment. Most people when asked to…

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  • Personal Narrative: A Career As A Classroom Teacher

    Having not studied education in college and not being a certified teacher has allowed me to work in many atypical classroom settings. At a young age I was part of a group run completely by youth which organized and held religious retreat for young students in Massachusetts. In that I was teaching and discussing religion with middle school and high school students. A hard topic to teach and share but it really taught me a lot about how to present information in a way in which youth people could…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Carnegie Hall

    In New York City, there are many attractions, and historical landmarks to visit. One landmark that I would genuinely love to visit would be Camegie Hall. As someone who is very involved in music, I have always dreamed of visiting there. Carnegie Hall is one of the most prestigious music venues in America. My high school choir was invited to sing there under Dr. Johnson, who is the choral director at the University of Kentucky, but unfortunately, getting Harlan County School Board approval was…

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  • New York City: Historic Preservation

    In 1965, the NYC Landmarks Law was passed, “the law was intended to safeguard buildings and places that represent New York City’s cultural, social, economic, political, and architectural history”. The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is the organization that determines landmark and historic district designations and regulates those sites. “The Commission’s scope includes reviewing alterations to existing historic buildings, reviewing new construction within historic districts, and…

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  • Reflective Essay On High School Teachers

    As I look back on my life as a student and educator, it is easy to pinpoint the landmarks that have brought me to the present moment, seeking the opportunity to prepare for a future career as a superintendent. However, at the time, these landmarks were not necessarily clear or even pointing towards a career in education. Upon reflection there have been very specific experiences that have provided me with a set of skills and principles that I believe will make me a successful superintendent.…

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  • Educating Emergent Bilingual Analysis

    Over the course of weeks nine and ten, there was a substantial amount of reading material that touched on multiple different, interesting topics. In week nine, we started by reading chapters three and five in the course’s primary text, Educating Emergent Bilinguals by Ofelia García and Jo Anne Kleifgen. The selection from chapter three touched briefly on the history of educational policy surrounding ELLs, with examples including how Brown vs. Board of Education, Lau vs. Nichols, and other…

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  • The American Dream In Samuel Huntington's The Hispanic Challenge

    immigration population, drawing special attention to proposed outcomes. Huntington suggests that if Mexican immigration abruptly stops, numerous challenges and controversies would be absolved such as bilingual education debates, education and skills of immigrants continuing to arrive, official language debate, illegal entries, and wages of low-income U.S. citizens. (Huntington 2004: 32) Huntington states, “Americans like to boast of their past success in assimilating millions of immigrants into…

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