Monday, January 18, 2010


environment is the definition of the world around us and factors that affect our survival like the presence of air, food, water, predators, shelter and other necessities essential for survival.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

6 Jan: #2 The Amazing Race - Debrief (II) Personal Reflection

It means expanding beyond what we are learning right now, or it means just going could also be having more communication with the outside world.As SST wants to be a globally connected and a future school, a need for strengthening our knowledge that gets us excellent results would get people to know this school, similar to other popular schools thus it can have enough students to keep running and might even attract overseas students, causing its dream to come true.

Monday, January 4, 2010

4 Jan: #4 Bridge Building Activity - Debrief (II) Personal Reflection

working as a team was cool! Because we could brain storm! that's why. Interaction in our team was good because we all could get our say while there are no big bosses, i felt that i was not creative enough to give ideas that helped, even though making structures was my "profession".
i did not experience any discomforts and etc. as i was used to stepping out of the comfort zone and interacted with them.

5 Jan: #2 Team Building Challenge - Debrief (II) Personal Reflection

teamwork is what i observed in the team building exercise
because of teamwork, we were able to create the longest line, provide words for the scavenger hunt and etc.
collaboration, contribution and communication
by discussing in a group, respect would be shown

bridge building exercise

today's bridge building program was quite exciting as we were brainstorming on the design of the bridge and you know what, brainstorming is my favorite thing to do when designing something. the curling bridge, although creative, but building it was challenging, however, the more challenging it is, the more i like it. we also learned much on physics, i'm not surprise because we learn through applied learning!

Monday, April 6, 2009