Updated 4 years 4 days ago

As you have found my webpage, you are very likely to know that I will be spending 28 days in Xizhou. During this month, I will not only be working on school work but also the inquiry project. I have been offered many choices on what I can do for my project, and after a long period of time of difficult decision making, I have chosen to do the "Linden Family/Centre Story." I chose this topic because I was really interested in the dream of the family, and Mr. T also inspired me to interview the children of the family to find a new perspective of the dream.

Updated 3 years 12 months ago

In Phase 0, I chose the topic I was going to do for the Inquiry Project, the Linden Family/Centre Story. I would like to learn about their dream and struggles in a new perspective; by learning through their children.

Updated 3 years 11 months ago

From my previous step, phase 1, I learned some background information and generated 10 questions for upcoming interviews. This phase will mostly be focusing on resources that are reliable. 

Some of the keywords I used include:

Updated 3 years 11 months ago

All my decisions were made in Phase 0, where I learned about the topics I wanted to do. Then I make the final decision and this is what I chose: The Linden Centre. In Phase 1, I wrote about what I know, how I knew it, and then what I want to know. Phase 3, which is what you are looking at, is where I store all my facts.

Updated 3 years 11 months ago

In the past phase, I have been researching about my topic both through website, and by asking questions I generated to locals and the Linden Family. During this phase, I will organize all my facts into one main topic, then within that, go into a few more specific topics. I will also figure out how I am planning to present my topic with both facts and my own personality. 

About This Learner

Hey! I'm Nickie from group Ignite. I was born in Hong Kong, and I have lived in Shanghai for 10 years. I would consider myself quite fluent in Mandarin which I have used during my time at XiZhou. XiZhou is the most amazing village ever, with the friendliest locals that we do not meet in Shanghai. This Microcampus experience has taught me so many lessons, which I will definitely keep in mind when I come back to Shanghai. I can only wish the future Microcampus'ers will have as much fun and learn as much as we did.