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Knowing Without Knowing

Another saying for unintentional learning is the unconscious mind speaking the truth. Not knowing, I have learned how to answer...

Connections Matter!

With this being my second year at What’s The Story, both being incredibly enticing and impactful, I have been able...

To assess: to sit beside

The pandemic has a way of stretching, warping, and shrinking time into a difficult to read, but strangely telling, ordered...

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”

“Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”

Well, let me start with an explanation. No, I don’t mean anything to do with a wedding. Well, not really…...

What I Was (not) Taught

I have learned so much this year and it is still just the beginning. I think that the beauty behind...

The Start of The Puzzle

The Start of The Puzzle

“COVID Learning”. A term that most people can relate to in some way, one that is constantly changing, and different...

Intentional & Unintentional Learning

Intentional Learning During What’s The Story? I have learned multiple things, expected and unexpected. Some of the more expected things...

…but keep it fun.

What’s the Story has taught me a lot, like how to work a camera with a microphone, how to get...

Learning What Hasn’t Been Taught

I have learned a plethora of important things during this What’s The Story experience whether it was intentionally taught or...

Learning Comes in Many Shapes and Sizes

This post is about some of the most interesting things I’ve learned so far in WTS that were intentionally taught,...

Development and Discovering Deeper

I have found that in every assignment or skill in What’s the Story? I have learned there is a hidden...

Intentional? or not?

What are a few of the most interesting things you’ve learned so far in WTS that we’ve intentionally taught? Before...

Reflection on Learning

Before What’s the Story?, I never really did a lot of filming. I like to watch short documentaries about things...

“I want to tell more about my culture.”

How / What I Learned I approached my research by thinking of how there is barely any people talking about...

Approaching Research

How did you approach your research?

Vital Nutrition ( Blogpost #2 )

Vital Nutrition ( Blogpost #2 )

The topic that I desire to pursue in this year of WTS is rather complicated, due to the fact that...

Written as an abstract

I’m hoping to continue my research on Vermonter’s valuation of coyotes, land, and livestock. Here is how I approached my...

PLPs and Falling Leaves

Hello again! It’s Miles, and I have more prompts for which I have to respond. These are based on the...

Indigenous rights

Indigenous rights

I have changed my social topic a few times. At first, I was just going to study women’s rights, gender...

Equity in Schools (Blog Post #2)

Since my last post I have done some research and conducted two interviews on the topic Equity in our Schools,...

Social Media: What is it doing? (WTS Blogpost 2)

Social Media: What is it doing? (WTS Blogpost 2)

My research was based solely on interviews, whether in person, from other sources or by a survey. In my first...

Women’s Rights

How / What I Learned How did you approach your research? I used the fall menu to help me choose...

Gender Equality

My research was mostly based on articles. I found it was more accurate to find multiple different points of view...

Pink and Tampon Tax Research WTS Blogpost 2

Ella Stainton How/What I Learned:  How did you approach your research?  I started my research process three weeks ago by...

Renewed Research on Woman Power!

These weeks have brought on lots of research, engagement and excitement. When I approached my research I did it with ...

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