Eminent Learning Centre – King Bhumibol

Good evening dear friends, My sincerest wishes that all is well for you this wonderful night. For this eminence-filled occasion, I have created a book, titled About Me, that I welcome you to read. To get an optimal experience out of my learning centre, please click around on the flipbook; different-coloured boxes/shapes hold different photographic treasures! Please find it here: Additionally, below is a podcast that a Grade 10 student named…

Developing the Leaders Around You

Featured Image Source Letter from Anita Over this past week, our class has been learning about developing the leaders around us through a training course by John C. Maxwell. Please find below three nuggets of wisdom that I leaned from this valuable course that I chose to write about! Your friend, Anita #1: Be an Unselfish Thinker In session two, John Maxwell went over the ten kinds of ‘thinkers’ leaders…

Partner Interview Reflection

Introduction From doing practice partner interviews, I learned that my strengths include being very friendly and appreciative, good listening, and connecting to answers, while my stretches are to move a bit quicker, connect questions more/give questions a bit more flow, and to be more in-depth with each question topic. This information is great and insightful because I could not have come up with it on my own, as it is…

Reading Eminent Introductory Blog Posts – Reflection

Reading my group’s eminent person introductory blog posts turned out to be a very enjoyable and educational activity! I think this was a nice ‘assignment’ because often we post to our blogs, but nobody really reads the posts other than the occasionally curious and the teacher. Therefore, it is nice to know my blog post will have an audience, and it is nice to explore others’ blogs. Additionally, I am…

Eminent Person Introductory Blog Post

“Thailand was built on compassion.” Bhumibol Adulyadej (Adulyadej, n.d.) To have my chosen person be the former king of Thailand may seem very random at first. However, I personally experienced this king’s reign when my family and I visited Thailand during our travels. We stayed there for months and made great Thai friends. I distinctly recall the compassion and kind nature of all Thai people, including our friends; I believe…

Online Learning and Digital Project Reflection

My thoughts on whether I prefer hybrid learning or in-class learning are that I think it depends on what subject it is. If it is a subject that is more suited to be learnt along with other people, I prefer at school for all classes. For example, I took Mandarin this year. Learning a language is probably best done with other people to practice the language with, rather than alone.…

In-Depth Learning Centre/Summative Blog Post!

Hello everybody! My name is Anita and for my In-Depth Project this year, I chose to learn the skill of Basket-Weaving! If that strikes your fancy, please take a look at my Learning Centre linked below! You may use your mouse to scroll in and out, or click the arrows at the bottom of the screen to be led through my presentation. Either way, please check out however much you…

In-Depth Post #5

Progress Report Here is my progress regarding my In-Depth skill, from this past fortnight: I solely continued weaving the cedar basket that I had started (a few weeks back) with my mentor. If I am really going to be honest, I will have to say that I was not super productive this past two weeks. However, I am planning to finish this cedar-guy tomorrow or over the weekend, and then,…