Sharing the PlanetTransdisciplinary Theme: An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and with other living things; communities and the relationships within and between them; access to equal opportunities; peace and conflict resolution.

Entry #1

I felt happy at first because I was blue, but I know that you shouldn’t treat people badly because they are different, so I didn’t call on many yellow’s to help out. All that changed when we had to switch with a yellow, because then when we got demoted, some of the previous yellow’s took our work and started on it, I was so angry, because they just stepped in and took our work, we came up with the words. All they had to do was just make a few sentences! Now that is what I call unfair. This activity connects to the “Sharing the Planet Transdisciplinary Theme” because it teaches us about how some places on the planet where people are treated very badly, just because they are different or more¬†underprivileged¬†then you. Or in short it teaches us about inequality and this gives us first-hand experience on how it feels like when you are bossed around by people who are like you in more then one way.