Can you judge a friend by their input of work? You could kind of tell if a stranger has the right aspirations and ethics by looking at their effort. But what about a friend? Could you sever the relationship because of group problems? Or is it just a matter of reconsidering your friendship? Uncooperative, let’s… Read More Uncooperative – Is It Worth It?
We’ve come a long way from drawing suns that never radiated throughout the paper. From animals that followed their mothers in a perfect line. Nature seemed to be perfect on paper.
We’ve come a long way from drawing uneven surfaces and semi-3D cups and tables. Is there such thing as a half 3D object? That didn’t matter when we were learning. Still life drawing didn’t even exist. We just used our imagination.
We’ve come a long way from drawing 2D cars and rain drops that looked like dots. To car wheels that were disproportionate to the rest of the car and the simple zig zags that ravaged across the paper. Take a look at your drawings when you were a kid. Then you’ll see how much you’ve… Read More We’ve Come a Long Way #1
Adolescence is nurtured during the day but it transforms when you sleep.
Time jumps. Adolescence pursues.
A part of growing out of adolescence is finding out what worked and didn’t. Academically, MathSmart books had a detrimental effect on my outlook on math. It may have improved my number skills but it was a disservice to my opinions on the subject. A vast majority of students already disliked the subject. Everyone was just in… Read More Not So Math”Smart”
My sister enjoys changing her Lego Friends figurines. It’s a cute thing to watch as she changes the legs, heads, and torso. The three sets shown in the picture are completed without hesitancy. The minute she turns on the TV, stories on racial stereotypes, killings, and beatings overwhelm her. She turns off the TV and… Read More Adolescence and Far Fetched Association to Racial Tensions