Who am I as a PLP learner?
Today in Maker, we are making our first blog post to answer this question. To do so, I’m going to describe some work that we have done in Maker so far this year. It’s only been two months, but we’ve done a lot. So let’s dive in!
The first project I’m going to write about is the ‘I am’ WordPack that we made. We wrote down a list of thing that can finish the statement ‘I am’ and then we put it into WordPack (An app that makes a shape out of a list of words). For this project, I had to really think hard about who I am. I found that my identity is related to my family, the sports I play, my hobbies, and more.
For our next project, we made a user manual for ourselves. It is structured and formatted like a product user guide. I wrote a lot of information about myself. We had to write under titles including Product guide, Getting started, Accessibility, Settings, Warnings Troubleshooting, and Tips to maintain optimal performance.
Meanwhile, we’ve done many projects in our Big Life Journal. Some of those include our Dreamboard, our Bucket list and our YouTube channel. These projects show who I want to be or what I want to do in the future. I wouldn’t have thought so much about my future without these projects. Some thing that I put on my dreamboard is that I want to learn to play the piano, I want to get into university, and I want to do robotics.
Last but not least, I’m going to write about the Laptop Memoji that we did. For this project, we had to make a Memoji to resemble ourselves and use the Memoji with a laptop. We then added ‘stickers’ onto the laptop that are meaningful to us. The stickers that I put on my laptop show different things about me. Pie is my favourite dessert, I play the electric bass guitar, I play hockey.