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  • I describe myself as a creative learner, I love being creative in anyway. One of my favorite ways of being creative, is through a computer. A lot of people think, when they think computers, is lazy people, sit there and rot your brain cells out, just like television. Actually, you can learn a lot about computers, new learning programs and how to save stuff to a hard drive so you won’t lose it.
  • The type of questions I ask are usually about how can I make this look professional and look good. Another thing I would possibly ask about is what do I need to help me get my project done, do I need a big thing or a small thing, and how important is it. I do have some questions while I am working. For example, I need my partners to help and contribute so I can get my work done with or help me out with something I may not understand.
  • My School POL Powerpoint:]*

    1. 1. Creativeby Sasha Thomas<br />The Secret of Creativity is Knowing How to Hide Your Sources-Albert Einstein <br />
    2. 2. Inquiry<br />What do I need?<br /><ul><li>Partners to help.</li></ul>-Light bulbs for game board and wires to help hook up the light bulbs and make them work<br />-Glue and tape to help glue my papers on my display board.<br />-Printer to help print out the questions for the game board cards and papers for my display board too.<br />
    3. 3. Significance<br />Why is this important?<br />-Partners because help with something I do not understand or just help get the work done with.<br /><ul><li>Paper because I need something to get my information that I have, so everyone can see it.</li></li></ul><li>Perspective<br />What is the point of view?<br />-Things changed a lot with the people I worked with on my cell phone project and board game project. <br /><ul><li>I learned a lot about working with people I don’t really talk to and the project turned out to be good.</li></li></ul><li>Evidence<br />How do I know?<br />- Teachers told me what I had to do to get a task done or told me what I need to finish<br /><ul><li>I saw what was wrong and what was right.</li></li></ul><li>Connection<br />How does it apply?<br /><ul><li>An item I need to finish my project like tape or paper.</li></ul>- Asking “how does it apply?” is practically asking why do I need this and why should I use this.<br />
    4. 4. Supposition<br />What if something was different?<br /><ul><li>If I didn’t have a partner, my board game or display board wouldn’t have been probably done.
    5. 5. My game board wouldn’t haven’t looked as good as it is now.</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion<br />The three things that I learned about myself were that:<br /><ul><li>I can be a hard worker if I just try.</li></ul>- I work well with people if we listen to each others ideas.<br />- School isn’t that hard if you think about it.<br />