This week we have been busy finishing our proposals and beginning research.
Here is the link to Ms. Paganis' notes with the handouts. We will be reviewing how to give feedback to each other on Friday and Tuesday. Next week will will be talking about how to interview and practicing with each other.
This video called, Obvious to you-Amazing to Others by Derek Sivers, reminds us that sometimes the ideas that we think are ordinary. . . are actually extraordinary to others!
It is not often that you get to be in charge of your own learning! In fact, it might seem kind of overwhelming choosing a project topic of your choice.
*Your project has to connect with a content area from school.
*You must find reliable research on your topic.
*You must be able to create a tangible product or experience relating to your topic.
To have the privilege of choosing your own topic, you must write a proposal to convince me!
Below, a proposal outline will help you plan a perfect project experience!
How do YOU learn?
In order to grow to your best self as a learner, it is important to understand how to get there. Take this test and print the results.
After you have finished and printed the test. Read about your learning style. Write down two things that you already do that support your learning style and two things you will do to help you learn this year.