Emailing Possible Interviewee’s

In the last week, I have sent numerous emails reaching out to people who my group and I could possibly...

#10 Talking to hospitals and pharmacies about this issue

10 questions for interviewees at local hospitals and pharmacies.  Do you see stigma around people with mental health problems? What...

Reaching out to Possible Interviewees

This week my team and I were reaching out to 2-3 people that we were interested in hearing their information...

Week 3: Starting Conversations

This week, I began sending emails to start conversations that will hopefully lead to interviews. I started with three contacts:...

Questions and possible interviewees

The following are people that my group may want to interview: Senators Bray and Ayers. They are involved in creating legislation...

Mental Health Combined With Mixed Feelings

Before you go and start reading this, just know I go a little off topic. But this has a meaning and...

Bite-Sized Pieces and the Snapchat Syndrome

Thus far, we have created a survey that has been circulated around the school about perception of gender bias and...

Education Is Our Most Powerful Tool

Ignorance is bliss, or is it not? Why do so many people live in denial? It ain’t just a river in...

Week 3 – What questions do I have?

Questions I have about the issue of migrant workers on dairy farms in Vermont:   How strongly do farmers who...

Week 3 Questions on Migrant Workers

What are the questions we have now about our topic / issue? How many migrants speak English? Do workers communicate...

#10 A Busy Week But Contact Has Been Made

I feel as though I personally have not been able to make a lot of progress this week simply because...

#10 – I have a few questions…

So, what our team decided for this week in preparation of our December retreat, was that we would look at...

Seeing The World Through The Eyes Of A Stranger

In the past week I came up with questions that my group and I could use in our interviews, talked...

Gender of the Day: Dragon

Conclusion: People are ignorant. They either don’t know about gender bias or can’t recognize it when it’s right in front...

Understanding a Different point of View

I did 2 different things this week; I talked to my parents about cultural communications in schools, and I looked...

Turning Aspiration into a Reality

It’s week two and I’m done getting acquainted with this topic, it’s time to open up, dig deeper and develop...

Week 2: We Have to Have Tough Conversations to Get Anything Done

Over the past week I continued working on my topic mostly by talking to my parents and looking out for...

Considering new perspectives and moving into the interview process

A big part of my work this week was beginning to draft some interview questions (something I think will be...

#10: A Week For Thought

This week I did a lot of thinking, more than I did research. It was the kind of the thinking...

Week 2 – What are the details?

What are the details? My current knowledge Migrant workers get poor quality living conditions poor quality houses small houses –...

Transgender Day of Awareness

Today is Trans Day of Remembrance. November is Trans Awareness Month. If Facebook hadn’t given you that trans support filter...

#10 The Gateway To New Thoughts

What do I think the docudrama should be most focused on and how should we start to bring in an...

Week 2 Details to This Story

What are the details of the story we are pursuing? Current understanding: Migrant Workers: Migrants come here for work and...

Week 1 Discussion: Supported or Deported

Different Perspectives: Immigrants Understand what they are getting and are… Happy Upset Unnerved Isolated duty-bound Anti immigration People think they...

Expanding my knowledge on both broader and more specific scales

This week, I mostly focused on doing some more research and thinking about the topic in light of the formation...

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