(This hasn't been read over because it's past midnight and I really need to go to bed, so please forgive any mistakes.) I often say to my mom, in the late hours of the night when I wish there was just one more hour added to the day so the mountain of work I still … Continue reading A Race Against Time
(This was written in 20 minutes, please forgive mistakes). Nature is an interesting thing. As humans, we've been studying and using and talking about nature since practically our beginning, but we are not separate of nature. We don't create nature, yet we sometimes act as if we do. In Norse Mythology, the Tree of Life … Continue reading Trees and Ecosystems
(This was written in 20 minutes, so please excuse any mistakes) In Part 2 of #EdJourney, Grant Lichtman has his master list of the “Essential Qualities of a High School Graduate” which is comprised of words that high schoolers came up with. Some of these words seemed pretty similar to me at first glance, so … Continue reading Essential Qualities of a High School Graduate
(This was written on a 30 minute timer, so please excuse errors) As a high school student, I've been looking at a lot of colleges and trying to figure out what the next steps are. I started reading Grant Lichtman's #EdJourney the other day and one of the ideas that kept coming back to me … Continue reading Senior Study
So, wow, long time, no talk. Sorry about that. If you've been keeping up even a little, you probably already know what's going on in my life, but maybe not (and I'm supposed to keep a weekly reflection) so I'm going to be restarting these posts. Unfortunately, I don't remember much of what's happened since the … Continue reading Innovation Diploma 5: Twitter and coVentures
A few weeks ago, I finished Grant Lichtman's The Falconer. In it, he (or rather, one of his students) asks the question, "Is gravity a concept or a principle?" and while he refuses to give his answer to the question, he does say that yours matters, so here is my response to that questions. As … Continue reading Is Gravity a Concept or a Principle?