Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Family history impact

— How much control do you think you have over your fate?
I believe that we have some control over our fate.
— Do you feel your fate is already predetermined by your lineage — your parents and ancestors? Or do you feel you are in the driver’s seat in determining your own success?
I believe that I have control over if I succeed or if I fail. It is also deter and by what your parents taught you for values.
— The author makes the argument that “the compulsion to strive, the talent to prosper and the ability to overcome failure are strongly inherited.” Do you think you inherited these qualities? Or do you think you had to develop them on your own?
I believe that we develops them as we go and have experiences. 

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Pulitzer awards



1. Tim Nickens and Daniel Ruth 

2. To write an article about the different sides of fluoride.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Creative solutions



WHAT is your opinion: Is everyone creative, and can everyone learn to be more so? WHY or WHY not?
Yes every one is creative and can learn to be.


.–What problems on these students’ lists also annoy you?
The one for mirror pictures.
–What problems at your school or in your home or neighborhood can you identify?
People spinning the lockers!
How the water fountains are all different qualities of water

–How could you solve at least one of them?

To fix this in the future they should have finger recognition then no stupid person could mean with people.
–Do you wish you could take a class in creative studies? Why or why not?
Sure that could be cool

Monday, February 3, 2014

What makes great interview questions


What are Sawatzki's rules of interviewing?

1. no yes or no questions. 2. Keep questions short 3. Avoid  charged words

What are things not to do when interviewing?

No rapid fire questions, don't make it about youself, no leading questions.

What troubles or challenges have you encountered when conducting interviews?

Getting longer answers and coming up with good questions 

What can you do in future interviews to elicit more detailed and informative responses?


Give better questions