Self Exploration in Big Idea Project

Have you ever taken a personality test, like the Myers-Briggs? Or enumerated what you feel your best traits are? Or speculated about how you might describe yourself to strangers on national TV?

On the other hand, have you ever had your classmates describe you - your talents, what careers you should pursue, or even the qualities they feel you should express more?

When embarking on something as large as the Bug Idea Project, it helps to take inventory from yourself and others. Nailing a big project can depend so much on knowing yourself. That's why we had our 12th graders write about themselves and each other. These wonderful comments led into earnest discussions about our strengths and areas for growth. Check out the results, and get excited as these projects take form.

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The mission of Hudson High School of Learning Technologies is to promote and develop the art of inquiry so that our students are confident self-directed learners who are able to understand the world, appreciate multiple perspectives, participate in the progress of their community and become empowered personal advocates.