#1 summary of what we are doing and what we have been doing. Caleb Gerst
Answer: We have been trying to decide on what we should do for are exhibition. We got into different groups and in those groups we came up with ideas for our exhibition. When we got our ideas, we started to make poster with a map and a summary of what are exhibition would be like. When we were all finished with are posters we hung them up in the hall ways and classrooms for other students and teachers to give any feedback they have for our exhibition. We noticed we weren't getting a lot of feedback from are classmates and teachers, so we made a email with the poster and sent it to our family members and friends. In the end some groups got some feedback but most didn't get a lot of feedback. After we went through our feedback we gave are posters numbers and hung them back on the walls from least to greatest. Then we all went and read each other posters and we had to vote for two that we thought were the best ones, whichever one got the most votes was the one we were going to do.
#2 The problems this exhibition is trying to address.
The cycle of socialization and the 7 agents.
#3 What are you excited about doing for exhibition? WHY? This could also include other needed roles Im excited to do this exhibition because it will be different form a normal exhibition. This exhibition will be a lot more fun because you will actually show the parents how you learned about socialization, and we get to teach them about socialization.
I would like to do construction, because I feel like I'm good with tools. I also like to build things and come up with new ideas for projects, so i think I would do well with construction.
#5 What reflections do you have from the last two weeks based on working in your groups that will help you moving forward with new groups.
In the beginning of are original groups we didn't do a lot until we got to know each other. So with are new groups coming up I think we are gonna need to get comfortable with each other and then we will be able to work together very well.