Learning an Aspect of Life: A Collection

This is an collection on my homeworks for the teaching sessions

Doing each and every one of these assignments for a classmate was like accumulating a new perspective, a panorama of someone’s deep interests. Going from science to writing poetry, I have learned something new and important that I can carry with my life.

The following are my classmate’s names and what I have completed for their homework assignments for their teaching session in our Whittier Scholars Program course.

I embedded their own original blog posts with the assignment itself in it, with these stars: *

  1. Brianne Estrada * My Homework Assignment: Responding to Videos
  2. Amy Trinh * My Homework Assignment: Reflection to Quiz
  3. Aimee Armosilla * My Homework Assignment: K-Pop Video Response
  4. Dalton Casserly-Simmons * My Homework Assignment: Not in form of a Blog Post or Tweet — I wrote notes!
  5. Priscilla Villa * My Homework Assignment: Not in form of a Blog Post— I wrote a tweet!
  6. Isabella Zonni * My Homework Assignment: Quick Thoughts
  7. Amanda Hessey (Me) *
  8. Lauren Swintek * My Homework Assignment: Thinking of a Hero
  9. Piper Lowinger * My Homework Assignment: Quick Tasks and Tweet!
  10. Martha Avila-Zavala * My Homework Assignment: Pre and Post Video Reflection
  11. Noah Humphrey * My Homework Assignment: Healing Piece
  12. Genesis Gil * My Homework Assignment: My Belief
  13. Matty Gallegos * My Homework Assignment: Opinions on Videos
  14. McKenna Hunter * My Homework Assignment: Video Reflection
  15. Mei Mei Liu * My Homework Assignment: Not in form of a Blog Post or Tweet — is a Poem!
  16. Spencer VanDerStarren * My Homework Assignment: Guesses
  17. Alyssa Klinzing * My Homework Assignment: Personal Perspectives
  18. Emilio Maldonado * My Homework Assignment: Tweets in form of a Blog Post

After doing all of these tasks for each of my classmates, I have learned so much about each subject that they each personally care for. I have taken skills that I will use in my life time. These homework(s) are small exercises and teaches me something new that makes me motivated to learn more in their teaching session!

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