Updated 3 years 4 months ago

Since I was announced chosen for microcampus, I was given a very wide range of different topics. Since I would be researching a lot (28 days), and so I decided to choose what I found fun, interesting and motivated to do, and that was exactly what I was supposed to do in Phase 0. In order to narrow down the topics, I had chosen to narrow down to religion-related topics, and in the end, specifically, Religious Studies. 

Updated 3 years 3 months ago

In Phase 0, I chose my topic that I wanted to study about within Xizhou. Now, in Phase 1, I will be collecting information and data prerequisite for the actual inquiry of the project, and also coming up with the questions and what I want to know about, and so I have chosen what topics I want to do.

Updated 3 years 3 months ago

In Phase 1, I had posed some questions about the topic and also had researched information prerequisite to what I need when I am actually out at the village researching. Now that I have finished the phase, I will move on to Phase 2, where the goal is to seek possible contacts with locals and also experts in the field.

Updated 3 years 3 months ago

 

In Phase 2, I got ready to collect data, and also posed questions. Phase 3 is a stage in where I put all of my information, both background and local. As I have finished Phase 2, now I will be collecting local information that I need.

Background information from Phase 1

Updated 3 years 3 months ago

Now that I have gathered all my information that I need for Phase 3, I now have to move on to get ready to share my understandings of what I have learned, and specifically, presenting and answering the big question I posed. Phase 4 is a step where I will be preparing, planning and thinking through what I am going to do. 

About This Learner

Hi, I'm 13 years old, just like most of the other 8th graders who went on this trip. Rubik's cube is my everything, I'm an atheist, and I'm Korean. Although I have been living in China for more than four years, I live in areas with lots of foreigners, so my Chinese haven't really improved, but I can speak with locals. I was in Xizhou, and it was so amazing!