What is the biggest challenge you faced during the process of Exhibition?
How do did you work to solve or overcome that challenge?
The biggest challenge me and Alex faced was getting our iPads taken away becuase we had to do homework and do our work on paper. We were lucky that Ms rentz let us use the iPads for our interviews when we had no iPad. We had to ask the interview questions on a piece of paper that had the questions on it.
What have you learned about yourself since being involved in Exhibition?
I learned that I can be a very helpful group member becuase I was helping out the with tools. The tools are these little plastic tools in a toolbox that had strategies and things to help with anxiety and depression.I was making really good interview questions and I was involved in the conversations. On exhibition night I was ready for the questions that the adults asked us.
What was the most important, interesting or meaningful aspect of Exhibition for you? Why?
I wanted to learn why anxiety and depression is such a big problem in Canada becuase over 4 million me and women anually suffer from anxiety and depression so I wanted learn why it has increased so much lately. I think that these days people are treating the people that suffer a lot more respectful and making them fell like there not alone
What would you do differently, or be more mindful of if you could experience Exhibition again?
I would stay more on task and not fool around in the rooms were the teachers usually don’t go. Then we had to work where everybody was, in the hall.
What advice and suggestions would you like to give to the students who will work through Exhibition next year?
To not ever to fool around on the iPads they are a great resource to help with your research and if you want homework or want to write your research on paper don’t get your iPad taken away. If you ever feel like playing games please stop the thought becuase it could get you into even more trouble.