Who knew project based learning could get people so switched on. This week in the IA while working on the iweek challenge, I found myself debating and screaming with a bunch of other people while we assigned roles for our new project. This showed only one thing..... EXCITEMENT. I can't remember the last time I was this excited about a project, it was really nice working in an environment where everyone was eager to learn and take action. But why is it that everyone was so switched on? At least for me, just the fact that I don't have to ask myself the typical question of "when will I ever use this in life?" gets me exited. Its the best feeling ever when you feel like with only 15 years of age, you are actually doing something that matters, that you are making a change.
We started the iweek challenge acting like a bunch of "happy puppies", we where exited, but we didn't know how to work as a team. Its thursday now, and we have come up with a solution to our problem, we have tested our solution and came up with improvements, we have arranged a presentation, and most important we have done validating learning. Its amazing how much you can get done when everyone in a team is switched on