LO4-Show commitment to and perseverance in CAS experiences. Students can articulate the stages from conceiving an idea to executing a plan for a CAS experience or series of CAS experiences.
I remember jumping on my computer and madly scrolling through the list of activities until I found it. “High School Science Society – Wednesdays Lunchtime” that was the third week of Grade 9.
I’m now in my final weeks of Grade 11 and the chair of the High School Science Society.
The hardest, yet most enjoyable, aspect of Science Society was the stages where all members of the leadership team would assemble and conceive new and brilliant ideas. I can remember sitting at my desk for hours trying to find a new project or event for the members of Science Society to embrace. Conferences? Talks? Invites? Tours? Expositions? Games? Assembly? Science week? Science fair? Competition? Online Competition? Skype call? Alumni call? DNA sequencer? Posters? Websites? Podcasts? Social media account? Brochures? Flyers? Email address? What can we do?
This parade of ideas was hard, I have to admit that I was lost sometimes. But my younger self’s enthusiasm reminded me of the position I was in, I was finally the chair of the activity I so passionately joined. So I decided to go back. And ask that younger self what you like to do?
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