Ayman

98xuekp19pu@yahoo.com
Sunday, December 20, 2015
08:15:38 AM

Interesting post As a teacher, I can aetstt that it's critical that students play a huge role in creating the rubric to begin with. Rubrics shouldn't be given in isolation, they are supposed to be document that students create with the teacher after asking what counts in a particular assignment.A rubric should very much be a dialogue, an interactive document. Problems arise though, now that teachers are so busy integrating and differentiating and covering curriculum outcomes that the learning inherent in creating rubrics goes out the window. Unfortunately it's much easier just to hand out the page and say go to it. There is some fabulous work being done in terms of assessment in Alberta we really are trying to teach children to move to a self-assessment model so they learn how to function as whole adults later on. It's sad that we as teachers are so rushed that much of this learning step is skipped or glossed over. Not just that, but parents and higher learning institutions are still demanding a rigid grading system which leaves little room for the child's self-assessment.In my class I have a huge What counts? sign up. My students have applied that question in self-assessment in everything from writing to math to how they behave on the playground. They are able to see where they need to be, I (and their peers) provide instruction on how to get there, then they can assess their own achievement.In my opinion, the learning should all come before and as the rubric is created. The child should be at a point when they get their rubric back, they know exactly why they received a 3 not a 5 they helped develop the criteria. Then next time, they apply those learnings and hopefully they become more engaged in their own learning


nirmala poudel

kanchilovely90@yahoo.com
Wednesday, September 04, 2013
04:05:51 PM

I choice this enroll program to learn about the computer technology .And also lean more about the computer staff. i hope to lean about the techology and get the job. and make future good. This progrma affect to found the job. And also found the tchnoloy job for the long life.If i learn more about technology i can fix computer or other thing. I can get the job about technology because now a day in here all people use computer and other Electric.


William Choi
tellsplatte@gmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
08:42:23 PM

It is an IP addressing standard created around 1993 that is no longer used. It is a standard that allows for 128 number of networks, 16,777,214 hosts per network, and a default subnet mask of 255.0.0.0.

AT&T, HP

It is a standard that allows for 16,384 number of networks, 65,534 hosts per network, and a default subnet mask of 255.255.0.0.

MIT, Stanford University

It is a standard that allows for 2,097,152 number of networks, 254 hosts per network, and a default subnet mask of 255.255.255.0.

Have no idea. Nothing pulled up on Google.


Eduan Garcia
garciaeduan@gmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
06:00:29 PM

IP Address stands for Internet Protocol Address. It is a numerical label assigned to each device that participates in a computer network that uses internet protocol for communication. IP address serves two principal functions: host or network interface identification and location addressing.

Two of the companies that own a class a ip address are Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. and AT&T WorldNet Services.

Class B addresses are assigned to medium-sized to large-sized networks. The two high-order bits in a class B address are always set to binary 1 0. The next 14 bits (completing the first two octets) complete the network ID. The remaining 16 bits (last two octets) represent the host ID. This allows for 16,384 networks and 65,534 hosts per network.

Two of the companies that own class B ip address are Apple and General Electric.

Class C addresses are used for small networks. The three high-order bits in a class C address are always set to binary 1 1 0. The next 21 bits (completing the first three octets) complete the network ID. The remaining 8 bits (last octet) represent the host ID. This allows for 2,097,152 networks and 254 hosts per network.


Kerri Dyles

kerridyles@yahoo.com
Monday, August 19, 2013
02:29:41 PM

I chose to enroll in this program because I currently work in the IT/Helpdesk field and done so for the last 8 years, however, because I don't have any certifications, I find my job options limited. I am hoping that to solidify my current skills as well as gain more physical computer knowledge. I am certain that obtaining my Comptia certification it will open more job opportunities and make me a more competitive job candidate.


Luis E Flores
lfamflores@hotmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:40:30 PM

In a Class A Network binary address start with 0, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 1 to 126. The first 8 bits (the first octet) identify the network and the remaining 24 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class A IP address is 102.168.212.226, where "102" identifies the network and "168.212.226" identifies the host on that network.

General electric company and computer sciences corporation.

lass B Network In a Class B Network, binary addresses start with 10, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 128 to 191. The number 127 is reserved for loopback and is used for internal testing on the local machine. The first 16 bits (the first two octets) identify the network and the remaining 16 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class B IP address is 168.212.226.204 where "168.212" identifies the network and "226.204" identifies the host on that network.

US cable networks and AT&T

In a class C network Binary addresses start with 110, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 192 to 223. The first 24 bits (the first three octets) identify the network and the remaining 8 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class C IP address is 200.168.212.226 where "200.168.212" identifies the network and "226" identifies the host on that network.

BBN planet


Alejandro monreal
lexmda82@yahoo.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:40:24 PM

In class A Network binary address star with 0,therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 1 10 126.The first 8 bits (the first octet) identify the network and the remaining 24 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of class A is 102.212.226

IP address is 12.x.x.x and HP has 15.x.x.x and 16.x.x.x, 10.x.x.x is reserved by RFC 1918.

In a Class B Network, binary addresses start with 10, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 128 to 191. The number 127 is reserved for loopback and is used for internal testing on the local machine. The first 16 bits (the first two octets) identify the network and the remaining 16 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class B IP address is 168.212.226.204 where "168.212" identifies the network and "226.204" identifies the host on that network.

USA cable networking,a BBN planet

Binary addresses start with 110, therefore the decimal number can be anywhere from 192 to 223. The first 24 bits (the first three octets) identify the network and the remaining 8 bits indicate the host within the network. An example of a Class C IP address is 200.168.212.226 where "200.168.212" identifies the network and "226" identifies the host on that network.


Kimberly
kgarcia@awcpa.org
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:34:46 PM

It is the class with a leading bit of 0 and the network number of bits is 8. It goes from 1-127.

General Electric Company and Level 3 Communications, Inc.

Class B has a leading bit of 10 and the network number of bits is 16. It goes from 128-191

U.S. Cable Networks and AT&T

Class B has a leading bit of 110 and network number of bits is 24. it goes from 192-223.

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patrick
patdaysea@aol.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:34:31 PM

a class, The first class, contained all addresses in which the most important bit is zero. The network number for this class is given by the next 7 bits, thus accommodating 128 networks in total, along with the zero network, and including the existing IP networks allocated already.

DoD, us postal service

A Class B network was a network in which all addresses had the two most-significant bits set to 1 and 0. For these networks, the network address was given by the next 14 bits of the address, thus leaving 16 bits for numbering host on the network for a total of 65536 addresses per network.

general electric company, The University of Iowa

Class C was defined with the 3 high-order bits set to 1, 1, and 0, and designating the next 21 bits to number the networks, leaving each network with 256 local addresses.

century link, blue'sguy.com


Abelard Palmer
abelardpalmer1996@gmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:34:26 PM

A Class A IP Address supports 16 million hosts on each of 127 networks. Its the largest of computer networks

Apple Inc. and Comcast

A Class B host supports 65,000 hosts on each of 16,000 networks. It's comparable to Class A

Raytheon and BBN Communications

A Class C supports 254 host on 2 million networks. It's an IP address that someone who owns class A or B can sell or own.

Someone like me or you and Aurora Public Schools


gabehurd
gabehurd@comcast.net
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:28:23 PM

A class a IP Address is private IP Address that can be used on a private network. however they are routable through the public internet.

us cable net works bbn planet

Class B Class B addresses can have up to 65,354 hosts on a network. A Class B address uses a 16-bit network number and a 16-bit node number. Class B addresses are in this range:

Chrysler Corporation SMEI Sony Entertainment Inc.

C addresses are assigned, quite often in large blocks to network access providers for use by their customers

at&t espn


Jeremy Stake
jpstake19@gmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:20:45 PM

NOT COMCAST/ATT, rather the consumers of the service. Internet at your house


Steven Lohner
steven.p.lohner@gmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:17:20 PM

Class A IPs require the least network bit field to identify these addresses causing them to contain the most IPs. Companies that own these are able to allocate space within the contained regions for use by others. The class A ip contains 16,777,216(2624) ip addresses within it.

Xerox Company, DoD

Class B requires more network bit field to identify it causing it contain within it far less Ip addressees, if you own a Class b you can still allocate small ranges but not on the scale that can be done with a class A IP address. Class B contains 65,536 IPs.

University of Maryland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Class c IP addresses require the most network bit field to identify it so it contains the least IPs within it making it hard to allocate those. Class C IP addresses contain 256 Ips.

TDS.net, American Communications


Nancy Noah
happy2craft@hotmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:16:25 PM

It's an address used for networks that have a large number of hosts on the network. The class network number values start at 1 and end with 127. The class uses the first octet of the address for the network identification. The first bit was always zero and the remaining seven were set to one. The remaining octets (24 bits) represented the host and would allow 126 networks with 17 million host per network.

HP has 15.x.x.x & 16.x.x.x AT&T has 12.x.x.x

Class B addresses were assigned to medium large networks. They allow 16,384 networks by using the first two octets in the address for the network identification. The first two bits of the first octet are fixed to 1.0. The next six bits along with the following octet then complete the network identification. The third and forth octet (16 bits) then represents the host ID. This allows 65,000 host per network. Class B network numbers are 128-191.

Aurora Public Schools and Community College of Aurora (this is just a guess)

Class C is used in small LAN configurations. It allows approximately two million networks by using the first three octets of the address for the network identification. The first three bits are fixed to 1.1.0. In the following octets (21 bits) make up the network identification. The last octet represents the host identification. This allows for 254 hosts per network. Class C network number values stat at 192 and ends at 223. ALL class IP address information from www.tech-faf.com.

Super 99 Plus and Burger King fast food locations owned by one person with several locations.


Paul Wallin
paulngabi@inbox.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:13:08 PM

These networks consist of 16,777,214 possible IP addresses that can be assigned to devices and computers. This type of allocation is generally given to very large networks such as multi-national companies.

Two examples of Companies that own class a ip addresses are the DOD and ATT Worldnet.

This class consists of 16,384 individual networks, each allocation consisting of 65,534 possible IP addresses. These blocks are generally allocated to Internet Service Providers and large networks, like a college or major hospital.

Examples of class b ip addresses are University of Colorado and the MAYO Clinic.

There is a total of 2,097,152 Class C networks available, with each network consisting of 255 individual IP addresses. This type of class is generally given to small to mid-sized companies.

Examples of companies that own class c ip addresses 1.American Communications (buy services from Centurylink) and Adelphia Systems (services bought from Comcast).


Frederic Kraus
freddieworks21@gmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
12:05:58 PM

A Class A IP address is a binary address that starts with 0 and can be anywhere from 1 to 126

Xerox Corporation and APNIC

A Class B IP address is a binary address that starts with 10 and can be anywhere from 128 to 191.

US Cable Networks and AT&T

A Class C IP address is a binary address that starts with 110 and can be anywhere from 192 to 223.

ARIN and Future Use


Bryan Flowers
flowersbryan@hotmail.com
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Monday, August 19, 2013
11:43:26 AM

Class A 32 bit address 10.0.0.0 10.255.255.255 number of possible address 16777216

Internet Assigned Numbers Authority Level 3 Communications, Inc.

Class B 172.16.0.0 172.31.255.255 number of possible address 1048576

IANA Special Use and AT&T Internet Services Information Sciences Institute

Class C 192.168.0.0 192.168.255.255 number of possible address 65536

used by many companies and private networks because the range accommodate a large number of hosts


Ben Bledsoe

xxben6xx@msn.com
Monday, August 19, 2013
11:09:21 AM

Class A IP addresses are assigned to networks with a very large number of hosts. Class A has 126 networks and 16,777,214 hosts per network.


Jeremy Stake

jpstake19@gmail.com
Monday, August 19, 2013
10:57:10 AM

A class A IP address is the highest order of the IP address. It is the first set of numbers and can have 2^24 IP addresses. Only one octet for the Network ID and three more octets for the Host ID.


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Monday, August 19, 2013
09:41:11 AM

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Timothy May

t_may_001@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:34:51 PM

Why I chose to enroll in this program I chose to enroll in A+ Because I needed a Deeper Technical Understanding of Computer hardware and Computer systems. I enrolled in A+ for the reason i wanted to get a better understanding of the inner components and controlling systems and for a more complete education and skill set to enable me to be more competitive in the job market. I have a basic knowledge of computers and operation software but this will expand my knowledge to include more hands on technical aspects such as replacing boards, diagnosing hardware problems and driver issues.


Andrew Smith

ASmithDiver13@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:33:34 PM

I chose the computer technician program because I work with computers all the time and thought that it would be a something worth taking since everything is almost done through computers. I have been building computer systems for 25 years and have used MS DOS, Windows 3.1, Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and OS 3.1 by Apple.I would like to be able to troubleshoot them without calling tech support that probably speaks only jargon. I also want to be able to fix the problems I find so that it would save a lot of money. I think this program will help me getting started with working in computers but if nothing else I would be able to fix my computer or other computers as a contractor.


Joshua Roppo

joshz424m@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:33:25 PM

The main reason why I chose this course is to give me a start in the IT industry. I thought that this program would be a great place to learn what I need to know to the certifications I need to be a computer technician. I think that this course will give me the skills and knowledge to get the certifications. I hope to learn how I can be the best computer technician that I can be. I also hope that I can learn how I can have better social skills, such as public speaking. I want to be able to get to the point to where I can give an impromptu about anything in IT whether I know anything about it or not, I could at least tell what I think about the topic. Do this would prepare me be to be a computer technician and give support to a costumer. This would also show an employer that I know what I am doing.


danny rodriguez

Dannyr9898@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:33:22 PM

Why I enrolled in this program because I like to learn how to fix computers and this what I like to do some day and have a good job in the further. But I hope to learn in this class I will learn how fix computers and break them. This program will affect me in the further is to have a good job some day but my real hopes is the further is that to be a good fixing computers engineer some day .


Alexis Chavira

chaviraalexis@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:33:10 PM

I enrolled in this program because I have always liked computers and I want to know how to fix it when something goes wrong. A goal I have myself in this course is for me to take all the knowledge I get and put it in to use when I build my own computer. I mostly hope to learn the Hardware part about computers, I am not really interested in the Networking part. Another reason why enrolled in this program is because I want to become a Computer Engineer. This program will affect my career in a good way because I will be learning what I need for the future. I also hope to learn about the computer but on the gaming side of this, for example , How different processors might be better for the gaming world.


Alexis Chavira

chaviraalexis@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:33:10 PM

I enrolled in this program because I have always liked computers and I want to know how to fix it when something goes wrong. A goal I have myself in this course is for me to take all the knowledge I get and put it in to use when I build my own computer. I mostly hope to learn the Hardware part about computers, I am not really interested in the Networking part. Another reason why enrolled in this program is because I want to become a Computer Engineer. This program will affect my career in a good way because I will be learning what I need for the future. I also hope to learn about the computer but on the gaming side of this, for example , How different processors might be better for the gaming world.


Jim Underwood

jaunderwood@hotmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:31:21 PM

I was laid off over 5 years ago because of technology advancement and economy deficit. I went through the State Unemployment Services looking for a new job. Many of the jobs required computer certifications, i.e. A+, Network+, and Security+. I researched several ways of obtaining these certifications and actual training seemed the best choice for me. The Veterans Administration provided me a chance to acquire my training either from a community college or a technical college. I looked into Aurora Community College and Pickens Technical College. Pickens offered more hands-on training and I also had two of my sons graduate from there. These courses seem to be able to give me the training I need and the opportunity to obtain the certifications I would require. I hope to learn as much as possible from these courses because I know the technology has kept advancing since I was laid off. Hopefully, by acquiring these certifications I will be better qualified to find employment.


danny rodriguez

Dannyr9898@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:29:16 PM

Why I enrolled in this program because I like to learn how to fix computers and this what I like to do some day. But I hope to learn in this class I will learn how fix computers and break them. This program will affect me in the further is to have a good job some day but my real hopes is the further is that to be a good fixing computers.


Cenya Jenkins

bodhienstasy@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:27:57 PM

Cenya Jenkins 08/16/13 The reason of why I choose to begin this program, is to gain more than just the knowledge of how to build or maintain a computer. I choose this class because I have higher goals to accomplish. For me, I strongly believe technology is humanities keys to evolution and our future. We can use technology to further our species and surpass the need to depend on oppressive government structures and money. I am going to bring the age of the future. An age where we have sustainable technology and have stop using our natural resources for unimportant things. I believe if we evolve the computer and evolve technology in general, we, as humanity, would have more time for what maters...evolving our selves and reaching a higher state of consciousness. I hope to learn everything I can and more. I know I'm not some over achieving kiss up, and my intensions may be over looked, but I know for me, I want to invest in something that has more potential then we could ever imagine, and that is, the computer. This program will help me, not only start my career, but help me develop the tools and understandings I seek to become and independent engineer. This program will also help me gain the knowledge I need to apply towards a college degree. These are the reasons why I choose this program.


Itzel Bailon

xatziribailon5@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:26:58 PM

Since a year ago I decided to study Computer Engineering, in order to have enough knowledge when I get to college I chose to enroll to Computer service at Pickens Technical College. Last year I enrolled to Business and Computers class, thinking that it would help me but it have nothing to do whit what I actually want. Now I'm hoping to learn as much as I can about the hardware and software, as a start for my career, getting used to the terms and way of work in this area. Computers are something that I have never understand, learning about them represents a big challenge to me, that is the main reason why I enroll.


Brian Krenrich

Salemjericho@aim.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:26:10 PM

If you asked the reason I joined the Enterprise program at Pickens, I might initially give an overly simplistic answer. What is it that drives me? If you want a basic answer, its my girlfriend and wanting to provide more than I could now. My main goal is to get the certifications needed to be able to work a job that doesn't pay me minimum wage anymore. This goal is mainly due to the fact that I'd like to be able to work somewhere I enjoy, as well as have the potential to start my new life with my girlfriend. I would like to learn how to build computers for businesses as well as troubleshoot them for profit, however as a gamer I also would like to learn these things for personal use as well. At this school I should be able to learn all that makes each one of these machines tick, as well as possibly make other people's lives easier with that knowledge. If this program does what it says it does, I have a high hope it does, I feel that it will give me the potential to do greater things after I get through this school. I feel that technology is the only path for humanity and should be taken with some level of seriousness in order to make everyone's lives easier in an ever more stressful environment. These things being said, I feel I should at least get a basic understanding of how things are started in order to better be accustomed to the changes I will see in my lifetime.


Michael Taylor

t80209@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:25:25 PM

I selected this program after searching through a filed of restrictions by my Veteran's Administration program. Issues that affected my final selection include location, student body, availability of payment options, availability and ease of use with public transportation, parking, program availability/ length and disability services. Other schools I considered were CCD (Community College of Denver), Emily Griffith, and, CCA (Community College of Aurora). In a nutshell, Pickens Technical College offered the aforementioned amenities. I aspire to learn computer service and maintenance. I have no idea where this will take me factoring in my health and circumstances, nor do I know what I want to do other that securing rudimentary employment to fill the time. Until then I always have my first love volunteering, it fills the time, spirit, soul as well as the social factor within. Time will reveal.


Chris K Wotortsi

Frostnorn@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:23:21 PM

My decision on enrolling in these class was for the advancement of my education and pursuit of a interest i have in computers.I hope to expand on the knowledge i have on computers and to learn more about how i can protect my computer systems from harm. The main purpose behind my choice is because I've been working with computers since i was 7 years old and i enjoy the possibilities i can use my knowledge on computers. My choice in these class fits into the plan i have for careers i found to be in my best interest. I hope that during the time i spend during these class i will be able to bring my understanding of computers systems and software to a new level.


Ernesto Hernandez

bandernesto@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:22:25 PM

what made me enroll in dose program i take it last year and i like it but last year I was not really to take the test. So that why i am back to take the test this year so i can get a job working with computer.


aly diaz

alydsam@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:22:17 PM

I been wanting to come this program for many years now. I want to learn how a computer works and what it can do, and I also want to know how to build one. By the end of the school year I hope to have my own computer, so that I may start on my project that I been planning for a while now. This project deals with computers and drafting but mostly computers. This program with affect me, how I think about computers. When it comes to a career I don't think I would want a IT career for me, am just here to learn more.


Taylor Hahs

hahstaylor@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:20:01 PM

Taylor Hahs 8/16/13 I enrolled in this class because I wanted to learn 6 things in the class. First I wanted to learn how to plug all the wires in the computer. second I wanted to learn wear to put all the stuff in the computer. I also want to learn security in a computer so I can put it on my own or go in to a job with that. fourth I want to learn how to programing on a computer and just learn more about it. The other thing I want to learn in this class is how to make a application for a job. The very last thing I just want to learn more about all the computer and how they work and how they communicate to each other.


Matthew Faulkner

faulknerm@live.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:19:41 PM

I enrolled in this course because I already knew quite a bit about computers and next to that I enjoy working with them. So I thought might as well get certified since I love working with them, it'd make a good job. The one thing I hope to learn about during the course is networking. The networking field is always growing and I want to be able to help people with all their networking needs. I think this course will help my career by saying "Hey guys, this dude can work on your stuff and know what he is doing." Which would give me more job opportunities.


Trong Le

trongle50@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
02:19:10 PM

I chose to enroll into this program because I wanted to learn more about computers, build one, and hopefully major in computers when I go to college. Also, because my counselor told me about this program and it seemed interesting to me. What I hope to learn in this course are computers in general, how to build one, maintain, and anything else that involves the computer system and its programs. How this program will affect my career is that I am hoping to decide on a major or just pursue all three of the majors I had in mind which are, computer, business, and engineering, when I go and get a job I want. I am still not sure about the specific job I want, but I know that I want a career that involves computers or technology.


Lorenzo Carrillo

lcarrillo@awcpa.org
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:20:13 PM

The reason I enrolled in to this class is because I wanted to learn something new like networking, cause anything that can still make me be on a computer would make me happy since there is a lot of things that I can do to connect multiple computers with a peer to peer network. In the beginning I really thought I was going to have a lot of challenges in this field of networking cause to be honest I've never really have worked or mess with networking much only like for hacking or retrieving Wi-Fi passwords. By coming here I was hoping to learn more about how I can manipulate or retrieve Wi-Fi passwords easier or faster but this class mostly talks about, how to create networks and how to manage them, as well as all of the protocols in them. This class of Network and Security Technician will help me one day make a network were I can manage a whole company and keep it running.


Patson Moyo

patshene2000@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:14:40 PM

* I want to explain why I chose to enroll in this Program.It is because I like to work with Computer.My friend studied this course In back home(Congo).so every time when we are together,he talks to me about this program and he also likes to fix computer while I am with him.That why I decided to enroll in this program.My other reason,I always tell him that we can go to school to get a certificate for this program because I know that if we are together,I will be motivated.so,he said to me that he will join me in January for being also a student of this Program.That why I chose to enroll in this program. * What I hoped to learn is everything that should be teached by a teacher. *How will this program affect my career? for this current time, I don't know but I will find out in the future If it will.


Roshan Basnet

shripal_roshan@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:13:28 PM

I eagerly choose this program because the program is really important for day to day life and almost people in the whole world are depend on computer and network, we cannot perform any task which based on computer world. This program is extremely help any kind of tasks to do by virtue of computer and network in our life. In fact, I can earn lots of internal and important idea about computer system and network which make my life easier to exist in this business world. The program provides me the knowledge about networking how to it works. It helps my career in future in appropriate way that I can perform my tasks very easy way.


William Choi

tellsplatte@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:13:07 PM

Why I Chose This Program At Pickens I chose this program in order to supplement my CISSP & CCNA certification study. I looked long and hard to find a certification program--all across the U.S.A--that would qualify for VA retraining program. My preference was to find an online program, but I couldn't find any online programs that qualified within the VA guidelines. I looked for an online program, because I am already enrolled full-time at another university. I also needed a program that wasn't too taxing for the same reason. I needed a program that would help me with my certifications and hands-on experience without the traditional course load and without the high cost of the usual IT training or the cost of having to attend for 2 years at a community college, since my time frame was limited to 7 months. I was also looking for a regular semester-long program that awarded full-time credits. Trying to find a program that matched all of these criteria while fitting in with VA's requirements was an extremely difficult task. I found out that most IT certification programs offered by private IT training vendors were very expensive while not meeting most of the important criteria--especially the requirements set forth for the VRAP program. Community college programs met the VRAP requirements, but their programs were usually too long and too costly; and on top of it all, the course load was too taxing for my current full-time status at another university. I tend to be a perfectionist when it comes to comparative analysis and finding value for the money (not on everything, but just on the important stuff). It took a lot of my brain processing power and headaches to find the right institution for my current project. My efforts paid off, because my current income (sponsorships, scholarships, VRAP, unemployment) on average is equivalent or a bit more than the salary I made at Merrill Lynch as an advisor. I also received ISC2's scholarship that is helping out in my cause (ISC2 is the organization that awards the CISSP certification). Pickens' Enterprise Computer Service program met the criteria that I was looking for. The only hurdle I have currently is that I actually live in Colorado Springs. Although I am staying at a friend's apartment, my housing situation isn't as stable as I would like. For this reason, there is a small chance that I may have to request a weekly structured absence in exchange for double time attendance (i.e., in class few days of the week, but in class all day when I am here). This scenario is just a chance and not a requirement that I have currently. I am glad that I am in this class. The certification simulation is excellent, and I also have access to hands on training. I also noticed that Mr. Klouser is a top notch instructor. I am not saying this because he is our temp instructor. I'm giving my honest analysis. William K. Choi Network+/Security+ Morning Class


Alejandro Monreal

lexmda82@yahoo.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:10:18 PM

Why I chose to enroll to this program? Because, this program form part of my degree that I what go for it in few years. I want to be system engineer or computer sciences, but right now I can go to any college that's another story . What do I hope to learn? What I hope to learn is more knowledge that I can use after any situation related to any network, and get better on many things that ,I think I have to improve like writing, presentations and even though my English. This program affect my career in a good way, that can guaranty my success in any field that I chose.


Ben Bledsoe

xxben6xx@msn.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:05:22 PM

My name is Ben Bledsoe and I chose to enroll in this program because I want to break into the IT field. I've always had a love for computers and how they work. Currently I have a job but ultimately I would like a career that will give me a platform for life long learning. I believe that this program will provide me with the basic knowledge, or jump off point, to accomplish that end goal. For these reasons I have chose this program to enroll in. What I hope to learn in this program is the necessary skills to enter into the IT job market. Networking is a key component to obtaining that goal. Along with that I would also like to learn what it takes to be a better team member and I believe that with this program I will fine tune those skills. I've only been in this class for a week and a half and I find that I've learned so much that I didn't know already. With that I am truly excited about what is to come with the remainder of the semester. This program, in my current field, will do nothing for my career at the level I am currently at. I manage people and keep them on task along with all aspects of the store safe and money. The doors that this program could potentially open ,on the other hand, drives me to work extremely hard. I would like to leave the grocery side of things and move into the tech side of things. My job has given me several soft skills that I would take with me such as communication with the general public, organization, and having deadlines to meet to mention a few. I think paired with the skills I'm learning in this program I could be an asset to a company in IT, and because of that I hope my career will be affected positively in that aspect.


Frederic Kraus

freddieworks21@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
12:01:37 PM

I chose this course because I wanted to fully understand the network capabilities a computer had. Also I wanted to know how it works to understand the networking components and to figure out how to use networking to its fullest advantage. I have always used computers throughout my life and I wanted to do this program because I am very good at using a computer. I hoped to know how to learn to route a computer device to the internet besides using wireless connections to receive information. Plus I also wanted to learn some functions of the computer I never used before and to get a better understanding of how it works. I also wanted to know how to connect many computers together through a network and to share information. Computer networking service is a good class to start out with if you want to use as a part of your career. There are many jobs today that are high in demand that require computers to use at the workplace. Since I already know a lot about computers I thought making it a career was a good way to work. The career I wanted to pursue would requires me to know a lot about computers and how to use them efficiently. Network servicing is a good way to learn about internet connection for the majority of my career.


Eunice Martinez

are0830@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:57:16 AM

The reason i chose to enroll in this program was because i just graduated in May & didn't want to put off school any longer i want to hurry up finish with school & do something with my life.I also enrolled in this program because i wanted to try something new. I have an interest in computers & like to play around with them but i don't know much about computers or any type of technology other then my phone. i hope to learn about the technological world learn about computers, networking, how to fix a computer & so on i hope to get better at using a computer. This program will affect my career in a positive way because i as a single mother will be making good money & it should be easy to find a good paying job because pretty much every job in this economy is in some way technologically based.


Eunice Martinez

are0830@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:57:15 AM

The reason i chose to enroll in this program was because i just graduated in May & didn't want to put off school any longer i want to hurry up finish with school & do something with my life.I also enrolled in this program because i wanted to try something new. I have an interest in computers & like to play around with them but i don't know much about computers or any type of technology other then my phone. i hope to learn about the technological world learn about computers, networking, how to fix a computer & so on i hope to get better at using a computer. This program will affect my career in a positive way because i as a single mother will be making good money & it should be easy to find a good paying job because pretty much every job in this economy is in some way technologically based.


Luis E Flores

lfamflores@hotmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:55:00 AM

I choose this program because: I would like to learn about computers, get better at it and be more successful. I am currently working an a warehouse, where I feel is not going to lead me to nothing in my personal life. I want to become a good IT technician and I know this program will help me to reach my goals. I want to make a career in this field where now is dominated by computers. I'm also motivated because I want to be a roll model to my soon, I want him to be proud of his dad.


Nancy Noah

happy2craft@hotmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:52:28 AM

Why I chose to enroll in this program? It is one of the courses listed for my Associate Degree, but that's not the main reason. I love to learn is the main reason. I was told by a relative that at our age we need to do what we like while we still can, so, here I am. I hope to learn more about Networking and Security in connection with using a computer. Later I want to take a computer forensic class or classes and this class will definitely be as asset. The effect on my career is questionable. I teach at the Center for Active Adults and a lot of the information I have accumulated is well beyond what the students at the Center would be interested in. I originally thought I could take some of the knowledge learned and use it to help teach at the Center. I have been able to use some of the knowledge but I am hoping to find a position where more of the knowledge I have learned, and continue to learn, will be used.


Xavier Hill

xhillptc@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:52:04 AM

I chose to enroll in this program for two reasons. First reason being that it will give me the credits i need to join the United States Military. I need these credit because i have a G.E.D instead of High School Diploma. The second reason is that having the education background in this field will potentially help me get the job i want in the military, and there's also a great job market open for after the military. By choosing to enroll in this class i hope to gain a basic knowledge of everything this class has to offer. I believe that this program will open up opportunities for me both in the military and civilian job market. I intend on having a great future for my wife, daughter and myself. This is my foundation.


JohnMichael Nannie

JohnNannie5595@Gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:51:49 AM

I choose to enroll in this class because I've been building computers sense I was little but now I want to know how networking works. To further my knowledge of computers I figured that I should learn about networking and to help me with getting a job when I'm done with school. I hoped to learn how to successfully network a computer or a set of computers to a network so that I can extend my knowledge of computers. For a career it should help a lot because I'm trying to get a career in like IT or being able to build computers for people and helping them set it up if they need help with it so networking would really help to know how to set up a computer to the internet or set up multiple computers for a family or a business.


Steven Lohner

steven.p.lohner@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:50:02 AM

I chose to enroll in this class because i wanted to further my education and my career opportunities. This class will help me to learn more about computer networking allowing me to increase my knowledge about computer networking and be more effective in a work environment. I intend on getting a masters in computer science as well as a certification in A+, i believe that through these classes and the development of my communication and teaching skills i can indispensable to any company that would want to hire me. These networking skills are very important in the modern world since the IT industry is constantly. I think that if i take this class as well as others i can diversify my skill set and not only become more valuable as an employee but also as a person. This class can also help me to meet other people that are interested in the same things i am allowing us to help each other as we learn. So far in this class i have learned many things not only about networking but also about working with groups and presentation of information. I hope that in this class we continue to develop group skills along with our Networking understanding.


Paul Wallin

paulngabi@inbox.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:50:00 AM

The reason that I chose to enroll in this program is to learn a new, marketable skill. While it is becoming more apparent daily that I do not know a whole lot about the inner workings of a network, I hope to be well on my way to becoming an expert in the subject by the time that I've finished the course. Since I got my first computer I have had a curiosity about how computers work. I did not like the way my first computer worked out of the box. So, I decided to buy the components for my next system and assemble it myself. I was a lot happier with the results of the computer that I had a hand in putting together and seeing it work like I wanted it to. In a similar way I have a curiosity about the way the network works. After finishing this class I hope to be able to have a hand in ensuring that I can work to make a network do what it is supposed to do.


Kimberly Garcia

kgarcia@awcpa.org
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:49:03 AM

I chose to enroll in this program because I really like computers and I though it would be an interesting experience to learn how to maintain and fix Computers. I wasn't sure what I was expecting this class to be like. One thing is to read the course outline and a whole different thing to experience it. I really like how this class runs so far. I am learning a lot about networks and even thought there are a lot of people in this class to have a lot more knowledge in this then me I feel like I can use their experience to help me develop mine. I want to get my certificate so that it will be easier to get a job. I think it is a very good thing to have in your resume and especially since I want to work with computers. I think this class will give a good experience with computers and will teach me a lot about computers. I am really looking forward to learn a lot more and work with computers.


Rael Nunez

Ydali27@naver .com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:48:03 AM

The reason why I chose to enroll in this class is for two reasons. First, because I love technology and second, is because of my dream job. What I hope to learn the parts of the computer and how each part of the computer work. Also, how to modify some things, such as the memory. But mainly I'm here to learn everything I'll have to know to get into the FBI cyber crime team. This class is just the beginning of heading there!


Bryan Flowers

flowersbryan@hotmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:45:13 AM

I have chosen to enroll in the Network Plus program in an attempt to enhance my career as a Technical Support Specialist. I am hoping to learn how to better pass the net + exam by reinforcing networking knowledge. I wish to better understand sub netting includingIPv6 and how to determine root causing of certain networking issues. I believe that by taking this course and continuing to learn new concepts that my career will be greatly enhanced. I have chosen Pickens for familiar surrounding and for the quality of teaching that I have enjoyed since the late 1990's.


Abelard Palmer

abelardpalmer1996@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:42:23 AM

I choose to enroll in this program because I want to have more exposure to the different careers in Computer Technology (mainly networking) because that's the career that best fit my personality and my abilities. What I hope to learn is how to install, maintain computer networks, build computers and fix them as well. I really think I can see myself doing this career ten years from now because it just fits who I am, I love technology and it's a increasing demand field. How this program would affect my career is I would have a really good background knowledge on computer network systems. I am hoping to obtain a job as a network technician with an IT company. I also want to continue on to an traditional college such as Colorado State University at Fort Collins or the University of Colorado at Boulder to obtain my degree in Computer Science and Become an Network administrator. :)


gabehurd

gabehurd@comcast.net
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:42:07 AM

the reason why i joined this class is to learn m ore about computer in general and i hope it help to expand my career choices in this filed but i really hope expand my knowledge on computer mainly is what i hope to accomplish overall being in this class i feel that this class will also help me in the near future when getting a job


patrick seaman

patdaysea@aol.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:41:24 AM

i joined for the college credit and because i was on a shadow to pickens and saw this class and thought "this is so much fun, and i already know all of the work anyway!" so i decided to join to iron out those things i did not know along with have fun in a class. After joining i learned of all these new opportunity's now that i was taking a college class and i wish to learn all of the different aspects of net+ so i may further advance in the field i love, computers. Another aspect is the fact that i wanted to go to a pickens course and computers were so natural with me, along with the fact that most of my post-secondary classmates were in pickens now so this seemed the obvious choice.


Jalen Kenny

Jalencharleskenny@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:40:50 AM

I enrolled into this course because I want to become more knowledgeable with networking parts as well how to install them and maintain it. I also enrolled because I want to earn my certifications. I hope to learn enough to the pass the final exam at the end of the semester. If I do happen to get my certification it would help out my career, and life to a great effect.


Frederic Kraus

freddieworks21@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:39:33 AM

I chose this course because I wanted to fully understand the network capabilities a computer had. Also I wanted to know how it works to understand the networking components and to figure


Jeremy Stake

jpstake19@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:38:05 AM

I decided to enroll in this program because I have always been interested in computers, but never knew how all the inner workings functioned. I hope to learn how to build a network from the ground up, whether it be a simple setup, like at my house, or a complicated network like at a business or a school. This program will give me some weapons to help get a job, but that is not my main concern. I'm not here for a piece of paper, but rather to absorb as much information is possible, because whether or not I pass the certification test, I am still going to learn valuable skills and lessons that will aid me later in life.


patrick seamsn

patdaysea@aol.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:34:21 AM

for the LuLz.


Frederic Kraus

freddieworks21@gmail.com
Friday, August 16, 2013
11:32:47 AM


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