New Seating Chart on the tables! Sit with your assigned table!
Thinking Tracker #3:
Student Generated Question: What is your favorite Schwartz quote?
Teacher Generated Question: Think back to the Living North County project. Did you interview someone? If so, how did that interview go? How long was it? What kind of questions did you ask? How did it feel? How do you think your interviewee felt? If you didn't interview someone: How can you hold a conversation with a stranger? Do you think you could talk with someone for 1 hour without interruption (from technology/cell phones, etc)? What about 2 hours?
Share out answers
The next project has its own themes, but the heart of the project is having meaningful conversations with a variety of people. What makes a conversation meaningful? How can you make a conversation meaningful?
"Empathize" is one of the steps in Design Thinking (that you're learning in Engineering)
Empathy can be cultivated and built through our interactions with one another
What do you know about empathy already?
If you're not sure, is it hard or easy for you to imagine yourself in another person's situation? Why?
Video about Empathy
Do Something with We Happen Group (Independent)- Due by May 1st, 2017
Challenge Options: Romeo & Juliet (Due March 9th, 2017)
Independent Reading for Semester 2
Task #3 Continued:
Jot down notes as you watch the video or right after the video.
(20 minutes) Collaboration Scoring
Grab a computer!
DP Update Due WEDNESDAY by 11pm!
**Roller Coasters & Revolutions
1. Create a Roller Coasters & Revolutions tab underneath the Humanities tab, Physics tab, & Engineering tab
2. Follow this guide to do your Roller Coasters & Revolutions Project Reflection on your DP: This Guide
3. Turn in your DP Update here by 11pm on Wednesday! HERE!
Reading Romeo & Juliet- Bring it tomorrow!
Online version available here
Turn in your thinking tracker/task sheet!!!
Bring Romeo & Juliet to class tomorrow
Continue working on DP update
Bring Independent Reading Book