What a feeling I had as I put the notecard together. One by one I found treasures in each book that I explored. The information seemed endless, and the conversation that I was having with different people about my driving … Continue reading
If you must know, I am still working on my note cards. So this evening, I declined to go to choir rehearsal, and stayed home to work on them. In four hours, I produced five note cards. Wow! “Is that … Continue reading
On this continual journey to complete my Senior Project, many cares of life have come to block its completion. Just as a mother nurses, I feel the tug of work and home, and sometimes issues from other places play a … Continue reading
I am truly flabbergasted (amazed, astounded utterly, and in awe) at where this project has and will continue to take me. The notecard can be a bit hard, but if you are really researching books, articles, and dissertations (as I … Continue reading
While some teachers and students prepared for the long-awaited winter break, there was a group of students who was not quite ready yet. Seniors went back and forth trying to get their Senior Project Outlines finished before the deadline. The … Continue reading
Well, today the entire staff was introduced to my blog page. Some by email, and others came to me personally and said how excited they were to see me finally begin this journey. For the record, my driving question is … Continue reading
Journaling has been a lifestyle for me, and over the years I have journaled (in my personal times) about students’ experiences during the process. There have been times when I laughed with some and encouraged others. I have seen the struggles, and wanted to fully understand the many dimensions of the Senior Project.
Now here we go… I am fully throttled into my very own Senior Project. I am hanging on the shoulders of teachers who are laughing with and encouraging me now! I will share this process with you as I go through this journey to complete this, my “Senior Citizen Project.”