Goals for the Day: Fri. Dec. 19

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All Classes: Mid-Term Final Projects


  1. Orally be able to defend and explain your choices by responding to PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.
  2. Work within the create a plan for which you will follow specific steps in building a work of art, by completing an ACTION PLAN.

Well this is it…

A nice long holiday break is upon us.  But first, we have to move through today’s responsibilities before we can celebrate (and celebrate we will).  I’ve spent the entire week, prepping and reminding each and every one of you about the perils of GOAL SETTING.  Here is a perfect opportunity for all of you to be able to reflect on the time spent creating.

My question for your Weekly Reflection: Is failing ever worth it?  Can being unsuccessful at something actually have it’s benefits?  I’d like you to recall a time in the past week that you’ve FAILED at achieving something, could be a course goal, could be managing time, or even just giving up?  Were you able to learn something from it?  Has it helped you, or held you back from moving forward with what your original intentions were?  Most importantly, where do you see or how do you see your level of success being now since you’ve failed?


Great Article on lessons the Most Important Life Lessons I Learned from My 20s  and another awesome article on Top 10 Skills We Wish Were Taught in School, But Usually Aren’t

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