Stephanie Zamarron: Reflecting on My Growth through the Personal Project…
Stephanie Zamarron: Reflecting on My Growth through the Personal Project
Auditory: Listening to homeless individuals/families life story and how they got to the point of where they´re at now.
Hands-On: Two years before (8th grade) my family and I helped give a meal at a shelter during the holidays.
Visual: looking at the situation by a different perspective
No idea of what to do for my personal project at the beginning
Not knowing how to move forward with my project after the topics Poverty relates to. an example is Malnutrition.
Not having enough time between school work, homework and extra curricular activities.
Seeing people in the streets with absolutely nothing.
Internet, having important information that can be helpful for my presentation and report.
My parents giving me advice through out the project.
Thinking: Have a solid and helpful topic/idea.
Research: Look up Poverty statistics for own understanding to later explain to families.
Self-Management: Make time, not to get distracted with unnecessary things.
Communicator: having an understanding and explaining my idea, on what and why I want to do this topic.
Reflective: How I can better my project and the idea of ways I can improve as well.
Balanced: School, life, and projects all at once.
I changed the idea of seeing things and not being selfish.
During and after knowing more about the statistics and relationships of Poverty, I became more emotional and with eager to help.
My attitude went from boring to just trying to get the project "over with¨.