Weekly Summary (week two)

Once again when I saw the syllabus I got scared, it just looked like so much work. But after I started doing it, it got easier and easier. I first started with the assignment banks, and I loved them. I thought it was such a unique way to get your creativity out, and there is something for everyone. I decided to start with the assignment banks and do the daily creates later. For my first assignment bank I wrote a letter to my future husband, which at first I thought to be kind of weird, but ended up loving it. It took me a while to start it, I wanted to write from the heart, and not just throw something out there. I enjoyed the assignment, and will be cool to see how my future and who I end up with. You never know, I could always read it to my future husband. The second assignment bank was through visual assignments, the bucket list. I found cool pictures in google, and actually this assignment I had already done. I am a huge dreamer (and I write this in my post) so I already had a bucket and while it is longer than the list I posted but I still thought it was a good idea to bring your creativity and your adventure side together. Lastly, I had a hard time deciding which one I wanted to do, but I decided to go with a web assignment. I kind of wish we could duplicate the same types of banks, because I think writings would be right up my alley. Anyways my last bank I used pintrest  to create my “ideal” room. I wasn’t too into this one, but it was still look to see pintrest DIY projects.

As far as the group project thing goes, I was kind of confused on what to do. Even after I emailed Professor Bond I was still slightly confused. We tried to meet as a group, but it didn’t end up working. It is kind of hard to try and get in with a group when you have absolutely no idea who they are…I only know like four people in the class. So because I was confused I ended up turning in an actual assignment bank. Then when my group mates did the assignment I ended up understanding and posting it. As far as daily creates go, some of them I have found hard to do, others easy. I am kind of nervous for the future because if for a whole week there is something I can’t seemed to do….im afraid I won’t get all three done.

But so far I have really enjoyed sitting down and working on the class. It really has helped bring my creative side out of me.

Author: Maria

Hi and Welcome to my blog! My name is Maria, and I am a Senior at the University of Mary Washington (studying Geography). I love traveling and being outdoors, my dream is to visit every country in the world. After graduation I hope to work for a non-profit that ministers to children.

1 thought on “Weekly Summary (week two)”

  1. Glad to see I am not the only one who becomes overwhelmed at a glance only to later realize that I was making a mountain out of a molehill. Even naming my site something different was a daunting task when paired with all the other stuff. But, you are right, it is a great way to get creative. The assignments are really fun, and it is interesting how the creativity there bleeds over into the other aspects of the course.

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