We were so excited to welcome Joel Bruner, a successful Youtuber, as our first real world expert for the term. Joel patiently answered all our questions and shared with us the secrets of his success. From asking him how much he makes per month to his favorite sport, our questions covered a whole range. Thank you Joel for sharing with us your time and your wisdom.
What is your learning Style?
VARK Learning Style
V = Visual 👁
People with a strong visual preference for learning like: different formats, space, graphs, charts, diagrams, maps and plans.
A = Aural / Auditory 👂 People with a strong visual preference for learning like:
discussions, stories, guest speakers, chat.
R = Read / write 📖 People with a strong visual preference for learning like: lists, notes and text in all its formats and whether in print or online.
K = Kinesthetic 🖐 People with a strong visual preference for learning like: senses, practical exercises, examples, cases, trial and error.
We were big on painting all of this term. A variety of techniques were explored. The Colors from Nature session made us aware of the palette of colors nature provides.
Cooking with Khru Maprang
Under the expert guidance of Khru Maprang, we tried our hand at making Bubble Tea. A reasonably successful endeavor.
16 - 27 November 2020
Team building class
Team building class with Teacher Melvin.
View from the classroom
The view from our classroom
Badminton with Khru Mel
Badminton was our sport for the term. The grand finale was the tournament. The 'fight for gold' was an exciting one.
We were honored to welcome Dr. Robert, retired engineer from NASA, who shared with us so many difficult concepts in easy to understand language. We know now what the Karman Line is.
Our mindfulness session in the morning...
We do this every morning to create space in our minds for new ideas. We keep our posture straight and focus on our breathing.
Planting seedlings at the community farm. We hope to harvest soon...
The Hero's Journey
Our first week of Term 3. We began with Joseph Campbell's - The Hero's Journey. Our main takeaway from this - a challenging phase means that we are in unknown territory and are moving towards acquiring a special strength (super power) so let's not turn around
We are thankful to Margie, a visitor from UK who got us started with knitting. We are working on our patchwork quilt.
Life Skills with Khru Tem
We covered many practical skills in Khru Tem's life-skills sessions. From sewing a button to reading labels, we learnt so much in these weekly sessions.