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  • I have always been a good student.
  • Our work will make a difference because if we change the policy we will make a bigger difference than any other class Central has ever had. When I was working on the cell phone research project on reference people would ask me about how they compared. Reference on a mobile is very good compared to a book because on a mobile it can predict your words
  • The board game project taught me that electrical wiring isn’t as hard as I thought and how to make a product.
  • Our cell phone campaign work has been viewed by people all over the world because the head of Iowa’s schools put our teachers blog as blog of the day.
  • On exhibition night people would come up to me and ask why I thought this would work so I showed them the evidence.
  • G2 lets you learn multiple things at once.
  • I am not sure what I will do for the next semester I guess we will have to wait and see.
  • I am a smart, dedicated, and some times forgetful.
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    • 1. Ian Henriksen Good student 2010-2011
    • 2. Inquiry What questions did I ask while working on the project? Will our work on the cell phone project make a difference? Did any new questions arise while working on the project? How good are reference materials on a mobile device compared to a book?
    • 3. Significance
        • Why was the project valuable, whether to the world or to your own life?
        • The game board project taught me that electrical wiring isn’t as hard as I thought and how to make a product.
    • 4. Perspective
        • How has the project changed your view of the world, whether it be your personal world or the larger community/global world?
      • Our cell phone campaign work has been viewed by people all over the world because Scott McLeod, an influential Iowa educator, put our teacher’s blog as blog of the day.
        • How has working on projects allowed you to see other people’s perspectives?  
      • Working on projects has allowed me to see that everyone sees things in a different way.
    • 5. Evidence
        • How did you know what to believe when doing your projects?
        • When I was working on the cell phone project I believed what the facts supported.
        • How was evidence important in demonstrating to others what you learned?
        • We had to show people that we know what we are talking about because they didn’t believe us.
    • 6. Connection
        • How did the project create a connection for you between subjects or topics that did not seem related before?
        • The game board project made a connection between math and science that I haven’t had before.
    • 7. Supposition
        • What kind of predictions can you make for your future - next semester or further?
        • I am not sure what I will do for the next semester with the G2 program.
        • What changes will you make as a learner and/or team member and what do you predict the outcome will be as a result?
        • As a learner I am going to try to remember my work more because for the archeology project I forgot my work a lot.
    • 8. Conclusion
        • State three things that you have realized about yourself as a learner (positive or negative)
        • Smart
        • Forgetful
        • Dedicated

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