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Jul 31

I also like the idea that we do not just use algorithms for technology, for me that my daily life entails doing what I like doing which is cooking/baking its easy to see that a step by step process is involved in what I do to get my desired result.

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Jul 31

I read this sentence and I can see myself doing the same thing couple of years ago. changing my carrier from being a lawyer was not an easy decision. When I started taking a science course, sometimes I felt exhausted and I want it to drop the course. it was not an easy process to talk to myself and find a solution, I saw that are many different ways to solve this problem, and asking for help is a way that I do not feel uncomfortable anymore. I start to build plan B or C, in case my plan A does not work. I was not seeing that as a failure but as a way to persist in my success.

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Jul 30

When creating my “All About Me Project” I found myself clicking on several features on the Scratch program. By exploring I was able to figure out what I can do with these features to make my program more interesting.

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Jul 30

Before reading a passage such as this, I would bring in some examples from our music teacher and show a few video clip examples. Otherwise, the passage is as exciting as reading about a sunset and having never seen one.

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Jul 30

When I created the “About Me” project, I practiced these four practices without realizing it. For children, Scratch is a great tool to support children developing and learning different skills through play.

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