I am going to be baking brownies using a brownie mix I got at the Gluten-free Expo. I’m going to take pictures and post them on my next post.
Excellent. Use this link in your blog posts so it is easier to keep track off for your reader.
Your first mentoring session was very worthwhile by the sounds of it. You are off to a great start. Have you taken any photos during the building of the 3D printer? It would be informative for your blog post readers to follow along with its progress.
Personally, I think that the basics of web development and design are all the same, it’s days, and even weeks of experience that make a person a webmaster, in a sense. Though I doubt someone more experienced than me would make obvious, noticeable mistakes, it does happen. In that case, as this is a learning process for both him and I, I think it would be the best thing to point it out up-front.
Thank you Ms. Mulder, I plan on developing my interaction skills over time.
I am delighted to read that TALONS are using each other’s in-depth topics to their full benefit. You can have as many mentors and co-learners as you like. There is no limit.
Great photos to share. Your sister and you are right, “It is about the quality.” It is learning the skill to the best of your ability. Did your essay topic provide any insights?
I was pleased to see you perform your slam. This takes a lot of courage, especially going up against poets who have an extra year of experience under their belts. As you have already told me after the event, you needed to slow down a bit. I know raps are fast, but it has to work, too.
Your photos illustrate the process and progress well. Remember that conversations are also about how you conduct them, not only the what.
Great to hear that you attended the Gluten-free Expo. Now it is time to start cooking. What will you try first?