Sa'Vana Davis: Reflecting on My Growth through the Personal Project…
Sa'Vana Davis: Reflecting on My Growth through the Personal Project
I was being self- manageable by checking my work calendar to make sure that I stayed on track with my deadlines.
I researched by searching for different online tools that help my personal project be more appealing.
I was being a thinker because I thought about what would keep my audience engaged and entertained.
I was communicating because I made sure that I talked to my supervisor about my process.
I was an inquirer by asking my audience different questions about experiences with bullying.
I was being reflective because at the end of every week I thought about what I did to personal project and what I had left to complete for the next week.
Then I started to doubt that I was able to do all the things in order to be on track to finish on time.
At first I was really confident with my project.
Now I am confident that my project will be completed on time and that it will be a success.
I learned that every bully has their own reason for being a bully by watching a bullying documentary.
I learned that not everyone is outspoken, which is what cause victims to hurt them selves or others.
I learned more about victims of bullying by reading different teenage articles.
Mr. Miranda helped me create a weekly calendar that has helped me stay on track with deadlines.
My supervisor helped me think about factor that might interest my audience more than others.
My mentor helped me do recording and editing on the few videos that I have.
I struggled with the narrating and recording of the video but my supervisor helped me with narrating.
I didn't know I would record my volunteers, but my mentor helped me get cameras.
I wasn't on track to finish, but I worked on my project over the break, which caught me up.