“Who are you?” It seems like an easy question to answer, but if I told you to really give it some thought and give me a deep answer on who you are, most likely after you gave it some thought you’d agree that it’s not as easy of a question to answer than it sounds. Even for me, when I was asked that question, I got stuck, and then we were told that we were going to do a whole project going over the questions like “who are you” and “What kind of person do you want to be?” I thought that this project would be a cakewalk and I would be able to do all the work without ever really needing to think about it. But then we watched (Michelle Obama who are you gonna be?). And I realized how important and impactful these kinds of questions really are and especially just how difficult they would be to answer.
Over the course of the past month or so in PLP, everyone has been getting ready for the winter exhibition, and this year our project was about apologizing and what an apology is. We studied the history of discrimination towards three different Asian groups in BC, and then we were each tasked in groups of three with making a memorial to remember one of those groups and what happened to them.
This year, I’ve been trying to get more organized and hand in all my stuff on time. There’s a new class called Personal Growth and Positivity, or PGP for short, which focuses on exactly that. This is my first PGP blog post of the year. ‘New Year New Me’ was the name of the project that the PGP teachers introduced to us, posing the driving question, ‘What strategies can I use to maintain balance in my life and support my own well-being?’
hi welcome to another on of my blog posts
this blog post is a TPOL post if you don’t remember what that is its a transitional presentation of learning where the driving question is about if I’m ready to go to grade 10 and i think i am but here is some more words to prove it and to talk about the year so far.
Hi, welcome to my blog this time I’m doing one on something that I’ve done almost before. A tpol! A tpol is a transitional presentation of learning. So I will be talking about my growth as a learner for the most part. And projects I think I did good on or badly on and more and how they affected my growth as a learner.