The part of the unit that makes me most proud is how we all were super stressed and worried about the project, but we all came through and did a great job. It makes me proud to see that we are all proud of our projects and riddles.
The most challenging part of the unit was all of it. It was all super hard, and it was challenging to think of creative ways to be different and unique. I think we all did a great job, but it for sure wasn't easy. I think the most challenging part was by far memorizing our bio riddles. They were hard enough to make, harder to memorize.
I definitely grew as a person during this unit because I learned how to bring many parts of the same thing into one thing to finish it all up. Time management was also huge during this project, because we had a limited amount of time for each part of the project.
I would improve my work on this project by making sure each part of my display was completely lined up. There were a few parts on my display that were off centered, but it still looks really nice in my opinion.
The best part of the actual celebration was all presenting the riddles and taking a bow at the end. It felt really emotional to know that was the last final goal thing we'd be doing together, and it was really fun to me.
My favorite educational part of the field trip was when we went to the art museum and learned a lot about what inspires artists for each individual piece, it's fascinating to me.
I learned the most in the field trip when we watched the engineering movie. It taught about how engineers work and what they could do to help. I thought it was really cool how they could constantly help, no matter what they're doing or where they're helping.
The most surprising part of the field trip was when I actually liked the art museum. I thought it was going to be bad (no offense). It was really entertaining and I learned a lot. It was frequently surprising to me how much I liked the art, and I didn't think I would.
I'm going to talk about a piece that I had no clue why it was art. It was just a splash of yellow on a big blue canvas. I could make that, and I can't paint. Seriously, it was bad. I still don't understand why that existed.
Of course we escaped our escape chamber, we had the best group by far. Not really, but we were good. We escaped because we worked together really well, and are all good problem solvers. I think the room was just suited for our talents.
All of the trip was fun. Even the boring parts, but that's because we all were having so much fun. I don't think there was a specific moment where the trip peaked, it was all incredible.
The best part about goal for me was the teamwork and problem solving skills involved. It's tons of fun, and the class really bonds. It's a fun experience and I know I'll never forget.
To succeed in goal, you really just need to be a hard worker. Everyone has talents, it's just learning how to utilize them. Be nice to everyone, be understanding and you'll be fine.
I would warn the future goal kids about the attack teacher ;)
Future goal kids should be excited for everything in goal. It's tons of fun, even the independent projects. I don't like those at all, but it still seems to be fun.
I will miss everything. I'm going to miss having fun in class, being stupid, and messing around with everyone, it was a great experience. I learned tons and will miss that forever. This was absolutely my favorite class. Thanks for a fantastic experience!