Help students gather primary research!

Our students know by now we love them. They have been consistently energetic and eager to learn. No, they are not perfect, but as a whole, they’ve made this first class of the year a memorable experience.

Currently, they are working on their Pecha Kuchas, which will be delivered next Tuesday. One of their tasks as they prepare is to gather primary research via brief audience surveys, which will help them learn more about their target audience, as well as give them a sense of how their topic is perceived by others. If you have a few moments and want to get a glimpse at the neat topics the students are discussing next week, please visit the January Class Surveys Google Doc!



On another note, these precious kids will also be getting a little talk from Y U NO Guy…

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