WELCOME TO THE 2014 – 15 SCHOOL YEAR

“UNLESS YOU HAVE A DEFINITE, PRECISE, CLEARLY SET GOALS, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO REALIZE THE MAXIMUM POTENTIAL THAT LIES WITHIN YOU.” — ZIG ZIGLAR 

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Tom Wujec: Build a tower, build a team. TED Talk, Feb 2010

Ceramics: What’s Your Marshmallow

Respond:

  • Looking back at yesterday’s work, how do successful do you feel your group’s project was?  Did it mean the requirements that were needed?
  • What, if anything, do you feel could have been altered or changed to make your group’s project better? (examples: materials, added time, or better construction ideas)
  • What do you think the “marshmallow” might be in this class?

Connecting:

  • I mentioned yesterday that company’s use this exercise when introducing their new employees to the workplace.  What message do you think employers are looking to communicate with prospective new employees when giving a challenge like this?  Do you agree with this type of challenge being given to new employees?

 

Intro to Art:  What’s Your Marshmallow

Respond:

  • Looking back at yesterday’s work, how do successful do you feel your group’s project was?  Did it mean the requirements that were needed?
  • What, if anything, do you feel could have been altered or changed to make your group’s project better? (examples: materials, added time, or better construction ideas)
  • What do you think the “marshmallow” might be in this class?

Connecting:

  • I mentioned yesterday that company’s use this exercise when introducing their new employees to the workplace.  What message do you think employers are looking to communicate with prospective new employees when giving a challenge like this?  Do you agree with this type of challenge being given to new employees?

 

Painting: What’s Your Marshmallow

Respond:

  • Looking back at yesterday’s work, how do successful do you feel your group’s project was?  Did it mean the requirements that were needed?
  • What, if anything, do you feel could have been altered or changed to make your group’s project better? (examples: materials, added time, or better construction ideas)
  • What do you think the “marshmallow” might be in this class?

Connecting:

  • I mentioned yesterday that company’s use this exercise when introducing their new employees to the workplace.  What message do you think employers are looking to communicate with prospective new employees when giving a challenge like this?  Do you agree with this type of challenge being given to new employees?

 

Drawing: What’s Your Marshmallow

Respond:

  • Looking back at yesterday’s work, how do successful do you feel your group’s project was?  Did it mean the requirements that were needed?
  • What, if anything, do you feel could have been altered or changed to make your group’s project better? (examples: materials, added time, or better construction ideas)
  • What do you think the “marshmallow” might be in this class?

Connecting:

  • I mentioned yesterday that company’s use this exercise when introducing their new employees to the workplace.  What message do you think employers are looking to communicate with prospective new employees when giving a challenge like this?  Do you agree with this type of challenge being given to new employees?
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