How do the perspectives of poverty contribute to educational, medical, and environmental systems?
Student Lead Research
Joana Fuller Description
Descriptions of Social Worker and Doctor
Information Synthesis Document
Paragraph about Interviews
Symposium Reflection #4
My driving question was “How do the perspectives of poverty contribute to the educational, medical and environmental systems?” Some revisions my group and I made were to spell check everything so it is not misspelled, making sure our board was neatly done and not ruined or messy. I found out that my topic is a big word with lots of definitions but it can come down to a few things while learning and studying our topic. I learned that you have to get along with your group and that when all of us work together as a group you can make your project better and it will have all your answers and perspectives on how you want it to be. I learned that the art of an oral presentation can be difficult to come up with at first but when you have an idea of how to do it, it becomes pretty easy on how to do it. I learned that student-lead research like an interview is interesting because our people the doctor, the social worker, and the teacher all had different perspectives on how they viewed poverty and how they contribute to it. With the collaboration part I think my group did pretty well because we all contributed to the project. If I could do one thing differently it would be managing my time more and better because my group and I were almost always busy when we needed to get the art piece and background for the tri-fold done. Next year, for another student I would tell them to choose a good topic, one that anybody hardly ever chooses, to have fun learning about it, and have fun doing the background of the poster and the creative piece.