Over the past couple of years of my school education, I have come to realize that I learn and understand concepts much better when I can see them, so instead of writing about what my innovation project was and what I accomplished over my Sophomore year of high school with it, I decided to create a video.
Tori Kadulski (my partner) and I drove down to the beach and shot most of the footage there. It’s kind of a funny story because since the Wetands & Wildlife Care Center (the place I volunteer at) takes care of squirrels I thought it might be funny to try and video tape some of them. We went to squirrel park and spent about thirty minutes trying to track them down, but every time we were close they scurried back down their burrows.
Then, we went back to my house and recorded the voice overs about what did or did not happen with our project over the year.
Tori didn’t really know how to edit videos so I edited and composed the video which actually turned out better than I had planned it to.
In case you were unaware, I am currently a Sophomore in High School and in my English Honors class we have this Innovation project, also known as our What If? project. The project basically gives us free range to create some sort of innovation process/idea/you name it to help others’ lives and create community.
Lately I’ve been pretty busy as us high school really get back into full grove of school mode and so there’s assignment where we have to come up with a what if project, but we’re not quite there yet. I’m still just figuring out exactly what that all means. Continue reading →