Updated 3 years 1 week ago

The Microcampus trip is a rare opportunity to learn and live in a different environment. The basis of the trip, the inquiry project, is where students pick a topic of interest and research it in XiZhou. We were given just about 30 different topic choices and were asked to narrow it down to, at most, three topics. To help me decide, I first highlighted any topic that stood out to me and that I might want to think about later.

Updated 2 years 10 months ago

Phase 0 was the place where I chose what topic I wanted to study. Here, Phase 1, is where I will be doing some background research and creating questions that I can look into.

Updated 2 years 11 months ago

In Phase 1 I formed the 10 questions that would help me get a start in Xizhou. Here, in Phase 2, I will be finding different sources and reaching out to people who can help me in my Inquiry Project.   

Updated 2 years 10 months ago

In Phase 0, I chose the topic of my research. In Phase 1, I created some questions to look into. Here, in Phase 3, I will be keeping track of information that I learn before and during the Microcampus trip. 

Background Information (from Phase 1):

About This Learner

My name is Joanne and I am 14 years old. Some of my hobbies include guitar, ultimate frisbee, cross country running, the occasional poem, and the more-than-occasional doodle. I have lived in a small town in Minnesota for the majority of my life, but I have grown accustomed to the quick pace of Shanghai. The 28 days of Microcampus was an unforgettable experience that will influence me in my future. I strongly believe that future Microcampus students will have a great time.