Finding My Passions
This assignment was really enjoyable to do and taught me a lot about myself that even I didn't know. It really forced me out of my comfort zone and made me ask questions that I usually wouldn't ask my parents. While talking with my parents I learn a lot about how they view me versus how I view myself as well as things that I don't see that they see. My parents and I really enjoyed talking together about these topics, we both learned a lot about myself and it was a really nice bonding experience. I created a slide show of a few of my passions that really mean a lot to me. I hope you enjoy as well as learn more about me.
Learn, Solve, Make, Do!
This assignment forced me to be creative, brainstorming things that I could Learn, Solve, Make, or Do. I pondered many tasks, some tasks simple while others were nearly impossible. I selected 5 tasks that I've always wanted to explore but never had the time to. I am looking forward to choosing one of the five selected tasks and working on it for my PIP.
I looked into 3 of my possible endeavors I would like to take on. I included some goals I would like to achieve with each one. I turned these goals into questions and described my final product answering the question. Then I shared my idea with another person taking their feedback and changing my project accordingly.
I selected one of the three topics that I want to commit to for the next couple of months for my final project. I touched upon some details, elaborating on what I'm going to do as well as what I want to do. I also answered some questions on what inspired me as well as who I may be collaborating with. I listed some materials I may need seeing if it would be obtainable and feasible as well as how this may pose as a learning curve to me and what I would need to learn. I am excited to begin working on this project and am really looking forward to the journey as well as the destination.