1. Overall, what is your opinion of 20 Time based on YOUR experience in class?
2. What are some aspects of 20 Time that you think should be adjusted for students next year?
3. What are some aspects of 20 Time that should NOT be changed for students next year?
4. Is 20 Time something that more students should do in school? Please explain why or why not.
5. What advice would you give to students who are doing 20 Time next year?
6. (For Speakers at TEDxGPSHS Only) What did you think of the event? Is this something the school should host again? Why or why not?
This is my last blog post for the whole 20 Time process! Reflecting on the year, I have to say that I absolutely love 20 time. 20 Time is something that students all across the country should do! If you think about it, this "project" is what life is all about--setting goals, planning for results, and creating new experiences. There couldn't possibly be a complaint about 20 time because making goals and doing what you want is what we are supposed to do to live a happy life! To have it assigned, it gave an us an excuse to pursue whatever we want combining with busy schedules. Next year, if Mr. Provenzano should add more practices for speaking about the project by presenting in the class more. Some aspects that should not be changed for next year is the blogs that are required to write every week- it keeps students working on their project all the time. I think TEDxGPSHS was a great experience for students. It was a really big deal to have such a universal event to be here at Grosse Pointe South! I'm so lucky to be going to this school with so many opportunities offered. I would like to thank Mr. Provenzano, my English teacher for putting TEDx together here at South. I learned a lot in the process.
Thank you to all of you who have kept up with reading my blogs! I can't wait to think of my own 20Time Project this next coming year, even if it is not for school.