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Kampot Khmer Global Concern Third Reflection
The sessions before the break passed quite well for the GC. We have started to prepare for the launch of our Talent show: The Kampot Talent Quest. A few weeks back, we started to communicate with the service department regarding the quest. Through th (More)
Service Exec Fourth Reflection
In the audio, these are the questions that I have responded to: What previous experience have I had with an activity like this? What am I good at? What are my strengths? What would I like to improve? How has my involvement in this activ (More)
IFP Fourth Reflection
In the audio below, I discussed the following questions: How did I maintain my motivation for this activity? How did I help others or how did others help me to stay committed to this activity? What things affected my commitment levels, abi (More)
Kampot Khmer Global Concern Fourth Reflection
In the discussion below, I have spoken about the following questions: How have my actions had a positive/negative impact on this issue? How has my thinking about this issue changed as a result of my participation in this activity? Am I more (More)
Yoga First Reflection
Here are the questions that I discussed in the audio below: What was it about this activity that I found challenging? What risks have I taken as part of the activity? What actions did I take to overcome these challenges? How will I appr (More)
IFP First Reflection
The first IFP sessions went quite well. We completed an activity wherein we had to build a lego structure with specific goals in mind which we couldn't tell anybody else about. While striving to accomplish our goals there came a point where we were i (More)
IFP Second Reflection
The first few sessions of IFP went quite well. After the session on conflict, its nature, its domain and its types, I can sufficiently say that I understand a lot more about it more about it now. I used to think that all types of conflicts were very (More)
IFP Third Reflection
A couple of sessions ago, we did an activity called the Jahs and Kays, where we were sorted into 2 different groups (countries) with varying financial conditions. I was in the group with the worse condition. We had to collaborate with other members o (More)
Humanities Magazine Third Reflection
Here is the discussion of the learning outcome: Questions answered: What was it about this activity that I found challenging? What actions did I take to overcome these challenges? How will I approach a challenge like this in future? (More)
Service Exec Third Reflection
Here is the discussion of the 1st learning outcome: Questions answered: What are my strengths? What would I like to improve? How has my involvement in this activity made me aware of my strengths and areas for growth? Have I improved (More)
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