We've talked a lot about learning and how even if you're project doesn't work, it's the learning on the way that is important. It's the process not the end result that's important.
- What did I/we really learn?
- What problems did I/we have?
- How did I overcome these problems?
- What was it that I/we hoped to accomplish and what stopped us?
- Is there more I/we can do? If yes what?
- What are we most proud of?
- What can we improve?
- What did we regret most?
- Did you think outside of the box, use your imagination and think of a new idea for this project or during this project?
- Did you think of a new way to do things when you got stuck? Problem solved on your own or with peers before going to the teacher? Did you recognize when other group members had a good idea?
- What skill did Genius hour provide for you that was the best thing for you?
Complete the following sentences in your final blog entry on genius hour...
- What if we.... (dream big!)
I picked this topic because....
- I learned a lot about .......
- Am I now a ‘genius’ in this area? I think being a genius means.....
- What would of made Genius Hour better?
- Did you like Genius Hour or not? Give reasoning.
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