The exhibition has finally started, time to show everything you’ve learnt in this school. The exhibition is your last project that you’ll be doing in the lower school so everyone is exited. My group is consisted of Chester, Nicole and Viva. My group is doing the subject conflicts through out history, this was my 2nd choice so I am pretty happy and my group is a strong group. I really think that the exhibition is going to be great.
Olivier uses great inquiry based learning language to explain what he’s discovered. I was pleasantly surprised by the structure and planning he learnt through the writing process. I also really enjoyed seeing the 4 bar music composition program for the first time. I think Olivier’s greatest strength is his enthusiasm to do a fantastic job with his maths and English projects. He also is very athletic so he loves PE. Olivier showed strong development in his passion for maths. His speed and accuracy are improving dramatically. He is keen to learn new concepts. His knowledge of the writing process including research skills has also increased to help him analyze concepts. I was happy that one of his goals is to spend quality time editing his writing compositions.
I think that papering for the SLLR helped better understand myself as a learner because I really had to challenge myself to show the best part of my learning. So then I know what my strengths and weaknesses are. The most challenging part for preparing for the SLLR was that I had to only do activities that could be done at school. If I could do this again I would try and make more of the activities related to the classroom and tried to show my learning in a more interactive way with my mom. The best part was when I did P.E. because my mom and I were really having fun together and it showed my understanding of the skills you need for volley ball and the technique. Overall this has been a great way to show my learning journey.