Social Justice Core Competency Self-Assessment Significance This article by ABC News discusses the Canadian Travel Advisory, which informs visitors about the increasing number of U.S. state laws and policies that could negatively impact LGBTQ2S+ individuals. This is extremely significant as it directly addresses the safety concerns of LGBTQ2S+ travelers. For the affected communities, this advisory provides crucial safety information, […]

Metalwork Progress Reflection

Critical and Reflective Thinking Having never been in a metal class before, using the torches at the start was very intimidating. We were tasked with creating a copper rose using the Jewelry Torch but before we could start we had to do a demo on the Acetylene Torch. I was worried about using the torch, […]

Spanish Dialogue

Collaborating and Communicating I feel my group collaborated and communicated well, and that helped us to complete our first Spanish presentation smoothly. Working with others can be hard when you are not yet well acquainted with them, but my group persevered and we were all able to communicate effectively to get the job done. I […]

English First Peoples 11 Reflection

My Artifact Curricular Competency Reflection Create and Communicate: What did you learn about Indigenous themes, issues, or perspectives during this assignment or task and how did you grow in your writing, speaking, or representing skills?  In the process of creating this infographic for the main character in “The Mountain Legend” by Jordan Wheeler I believe I gained […]

Graphing a Parabola

Curricular Task Having ‘a’ being negative determines that the parabola is going to face downwards. Having 0<a<1 also tells us that this specific parabola is going to expand by a factor of negative one third. When ‘h’ is negative it shifts right, so when h=-7 the parabolas vertex shifts 7 to the right. When ‘k’ […]