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    Teaching - A Rewarding Profession Being the first to attend college in my family, it was hard to decide what field I wanted to go into. There were so many choices. In making such a large lifelong decision, I decided to follow my heart. I thought back to when I was in high school at Narrows. I had a wonderful experience there. I also had some great, inspiring teachers. One teacher sticks out clearly to me. It was my AP Biology class my senior year. The teacher expected so much. He

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    The Call to a Rewarding Service Believers in Christ are the most fortunate people in the world. The reasons for this are very numerous. Our calling is a blessed call, our calling is without regret – you cannot regret you wholeheartedly followed Jesus, our calling is a call of holiness, our calling is a call to come out of uncertainty to certainty, our calling is a call out from the world to the Lord and our Creator, our calling is a call out of death to life – this life is quantitative and qualitative

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    Does Technology Help Us To Live More Rewarding And Meaningful Lives? “Technology might be described as a further step in applied science by means of the improvement of instruments”{4}. Technology was developed initially to conquer/subdue the environment (non-human nature) as a means of allowing man to live a more comfortable life. Technological development was driven by the Protestant liberal ethic of the eighteenth century Europeans who utilized their new scientific knowledge to develop

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    A Career as a Teacher

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    There are many things I find rewarding about teaching. I find that if I had a bad night the day before, I can come into class and the children will always find a way to put a smile on my face no matter how bad I am feeling. I love the way a students face lights up when they try and understand a concept and it takes them a little while, but when they finally do, their face just looks like they can accomplish anything in their lives. That’s what I find most rewarding. I believe that the most challenging

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    migration

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    now ask my father the reasons why we moved so often back then, he tells me that he was in search for a better standard of living. He mentioned that we were never forced to move because of a financial situation, but instead he wanted to find a more rewarding occupation to live more elegantly. He wanted to find a place with a good education system for his children and also wanted to live in a warm climate not too distant from the beach. With these three pull factors we moved many times during my childhood

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    Educational Philosophy

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    Educational Philosophy Teachers have the role of shaping students for tomorrow. They help them academically, personally, and socially. I cannot think of any other career that would be as rewarding as teaching. A teacher has the opportunity everyday to change a student’s life. One of the reasons I want to become an educator is because I want to have a positive influence on a student’s life. I think in today’s society it’s crucial for students to feel like they have a positive role model.

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    mariachi include the Guitarron, vihuela, violin, harp, guitar, and the trumpet. When played together, they form a beautiful music which I have come to love. In my own experience, mariachi can be a very challenging style to play, but it can also be rewarding in the end. Playing mariachi is how I became the awesome trumpet player I am today. I came across mariachi for the first time in eighth grade. It was the beginning of the year and I heard from the school councilor that there was going to be a mariachi

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    thirteen years of schooling have had on you and your classmates in a new and unused way? My valedictorian address was one of the hardest papers-or speeches in this case-that I ever had to compose. The effort put into it also made it the most rewarding as well. “For a college application I was asked what saying I would publicize if given the opportunity. My answer was ‘Living is doing, not merely being.’” Those two sentences were my favorite part of the speech. I talked about taking charge of our

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    Privilege and Democracy

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    could sense that this country had a history of oppressive racism, but at the same time after living here for two years, I have come to the conclusion that racism is still present. It is hard to understand why, because for me it is so refreshing and rewarding to integrate and live with people of different races. I do not have that opportunity in Serbia, since there, we lack diversity. Tatum asks us to think of racism not only in terms of personal prejudice, but as something larger, that operates as

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    Addiction and the Brain

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    experienced in the context of addiction, a "chronic, relapsing illness characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use" ( 5). In general, drugs of abuse tend to provoke a fast and intense change in brain chemistry, resulting in an 'intensely rewarding' euphoric state ( 1). This pleasurable state results from increased levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine (DA), a catecholamine. The elevated concentration, and increased synaptic presence of DA proves significant in the experience of pleasure

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    emperors club

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    arrogant lifestyle, which, besides short-term financial comfort and reward, does nothing to foster morality and ideals that will benefit the world once he has departed. The teaching profession is one of the most under-appreciated yet spiritually rewarding jobs that exist. Every great scholar and tremendous achiever in the world gets his or her start from the great, inspiring teachers before them. Teachers inspire their subjects to learn about the specified material, but also about themselves and the

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    Johann Sebastian Bach

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    took a one month leave to study with the renowned Danish-born German organist and composer Dietrich Buxtehude who was staying in Lubeck. Later, Buxtehude’s organ music would greatly influence that of Johann Sebastian Bach. Bach’s stay was so rewarding that he overstayed his leave by two months to be greatly criticized for his breach of contract by the church authorities. Fortunately, Bach was too highly respected to be dismissed from his position. In 1707, Bach married his second cousin, Maria

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    Andrew Jackson

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    system, Trail of Tears, and the Bank veto, has shown that in fact most of what he accomplished is now looked on as only causing problems for the Untied States as a whole. With the presidency of Jackson came the spoils system, which in theory is rewarding political supporters with public office. While this basic idea is “ as old as politics,” (The American Pageant p.271) it is Jackson that extended the system to involve more of the common person. In theory, this would re-enforce loyalties as well

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    Computer Animator

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    motion picture film onto the glass. When the figure on one frame had been traced onto translucent paper, a crank advanced the film to the next frame. People who choose a career path as a professional animator work in a challenging, fast-paced, and rewarding field. The resurgence in popularity of animation has re-opened countless opportunities for highly creative individuals, with computer skills. The latest need for computer animators is created by the expansion of the World Wide Web. Businesses of

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    Gay Is Okay

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    realize the importance of getting to know the people behind the labels and images society makes; and their experience of building connections with people of many different backgrounds and personal differences has been both challenging and tremendously rewarding. Why do some Christians seem to need a stereotypical enemy, bogeyman, or group caricature that represents all that is wrong with the world? Perhaps some Christians are, seeing themselves, as the representatives of Christ on earth, need some group

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    the north, the United States, they hoped to find a more prosperous means of living. The program offered to thousands of Mexican workers the chance to work farms in the United States and get paid good wages. Unfortunately, it had its failings. As rewarding as the program may have seemed, it turned out to be anything other than what these people had hoped for. “Some did manage to save enough to build a home, but most had their illusions crushed by the hard work and the meager salaries paid. (Grimes

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    view the files between Monday and Friday during normal business hours”, he recited. I made an appointment, and I was very interested in viewing something that deserved the attention of the Vice President. I had no idea that this visit would be so rewarding and life changing. I arrived at the local radio station in time for my appointment. The receptionist asked to see identification, I gave my driver’s license which she photo copied. I felt as if I was in a secret area of the Government where I needed

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    Seagrams

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    leadership necessary for this reorientation to be successful. Specifically, the questions raised by management at the end of the values training program suggest that the three critical elements of instrumental leadership – structuring, controlling, and rewarding – have not been fully addressed. Without these, the new value system will not be “reinforced and institutionalized” and may fall victim to becoming “another program of the month”. Bronfman has not structured a sufficient mechanism to ensure the

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    Once, I wanted to become a lawyer for the very same reason; however, after hearing exactly what classes were needed, I quickly changed my mind. I want to become a teacher because of the rewarding experiences, the interacting with young children, and the gaining of new knowledge. With teaching comes many rewarding experiences. Seeing a child’s face light up when they see that they have received a big “A+” on their assignment can brighten up anyone’s day. During my senior year in high school, I

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    because my parents are both teachers. I respond to them by describing what teaching means to me and tell them what I could bring to the teaching professional to enhance it. To me, teaching is such a rewarding career because you have the ability to shape the minds of the future. But with this rewarding career also comes many responsibilities. As a teacher you must be able to realize all the needs of your students and be able to accommodate these needs. I think that this is one of the most important

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