February 6, 2015
Grades never made any sense. I think what a student learns outside the classroom is more important. For the psychology report I found a partner and confronted students to ask them a question. I went up to thirteen students. Thirteen! This was no easy feat; talking to strangers is hard! After collecting data, I sat with my partner and ate lunch while she chatted to her friends. Being there was also difficult, but I learned about myself and the ways of modern teenagers. This insight wonít be reflected in my grade, yet itís more important than our research.