Core Values I am good at:
To start off, I believe that the core value I am good at during science class is responsibility, as well as innovative. To prove this point, I always came to class on time, finished my works, and tried to take notes during class whenever I could. Furthermore, I always try to be positive, and honest to everyone and sometimes strive to make a difference in the lives of others and the community. Moving on, I could say that I try to be innovative. Meaning that I am engaged in creative and imaginative thinking to extend the learning in insightful way. For example, to say that truth, science wasn’t one of my favorite subject, and I just did not like it at all. However, this idea kept changing little by little as I grew up. Now-a-days I sometimes find science really fascinating, and different now that I learned more about it. Yet, the more I learn about it, the more questions I have in my mind. In conclusion, even if I think I am good at these core values, I am still going to try to work more on it! :)
Core Values I need to work on:
I really do think that I need to work on curiosity during Science class. For example, ask more questions, since in my opinion, I don’t really ask questions. Instead, I try to figure them out by myself, which isn’t a bad thing, however, sometimes, I should ask questions. Such as asking questions during class. This also kind of ties to risk taking. Yet, I believe that what I could do is ask at least one question every class. At times, I am kind of afraid of being wrong, which I should definitely try to erase in my mind. I heard that getting some answers wrong, is another way of learning. Moreover, I remember in 7th grade, when Mr.Broderick actually wanted us to get some answers wrong. He got really happy when we didn’t know what it was, and got it wrong. I thought that was really funny, however learned that I shouldn’t be afraid to do it. Mentioned above, I talked about how I had more questions when I learned more about it in my mind. Due to that, I will hopefully try to ask more questions during class, or even afterschool!