Architect<br />Power Point by Thomas Littmann<br />
Education or training<br />To be an Architect you must have a bachelors degree.<br />
Salary<br />$30,000 to $55,470 to $132,000<br />Or low:$41,300<br />Medium:$70,300<br />High:$119,200 <br />
What a person does in this career<br />Draw plans or Advises clients, analyses data, etc. <br />
What scans/personal skill does a person is the career need<br />Artistic and communication<br />Also active listening, critical thinking, complex problem solving, time management, and reading comprehension. <br />
Description of Mark Wigley<br />Mark Wigley, Dean of architecture in Columbia university is known for having ideas to change the way people learn when they are interested in becoming an architect. <br />
The scans skills Mark Wigley<br />He critically thinks to come up with ideas.<br />he solves problems when there is something wrong.<br />He knows how to spend his time. <br />
Extra facts<br />Architect primarily work inside<br />Main school subjects are art and math for this job.<br />
Reflection part 1<br />What did I learn about what it takes to be successful in this career?<br />In this career I have to listen to others, hear what they half to say, and say what I half to say. To be successful I half to be patient and understanding and what I get out of that is a good life.<br />What is the possibility that I may pursue this career when I grow up?<br />The possibility is very high because my dad is a construction worker and I have seen how great and important it is to be an architect.<br />
Reflection part 2<br />How can these same SCANS skills help me be a successful student.<br />These SCANS skills help me as a student because listening, being patient, and critically thinking are some of the most important principles that a student should know to become successful in school. <br />What new skills has this project made me more aware of?<br />This project taught me about critical thinking as an architect because I used to think that architects just draw plans for buildings but now I know that there is a whole process to an architects job.<br />
Reflection part 3<br />This project has helped me think that character traits and skills are similar in the way the if I am a good listener and think and come up with ideas really well naturally it will help me in this job. <br />How has this project made me think in a new way about the connection between character traits and skills, and success in both school and career?<br />
Sited sources<br />Career in focus<br />Sirs discovery (Mark Wigley)<br />Career One Stop<br />
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