I see an advancement in science and technology in the future. To represent this into my doodle I made the capital “G” from smoke of a rocket in in orbit, the first “o” into a gear to symbolize our forward movement as a species and added an alien to symbolize the thing humans have yet to discover, and I made the second “o” into a planet also to symbolize discovery. The lower case “g” is supposed to be a cord which connects science to creativity. My “l” is a robot because I believe in the future robots and machines will do a lot of our work for us. My “E” was made to be an anonymous person with a colorful mind to represent the creative Outside-the-box thinking that will be needed to accomplish all these advancements.
1. I imagine in the future there could be cars that drive, stop, and park themselves. The car will be so independent that there will a HD movie screen on the windshield.
2.People will communicate through using microchips implanted in their wrists that will send and recieve calls to any phone number
3. There could be robot teachers (programmed by bing and google) to instruct students online from the comfort of their homes. There will be educational commercials on every station.
4. I doubt will be world peace or equality any time soon unless everyone learns to listen and accept one another and respect and understand people who are different from us
I developed skills by learning how to use a potter's wheel and different techniques such as throwing, centering, and compressing. I also learned how to make a lid for one the containers I made (slideshow)
I explored by throwing practice bowls and pots on the wheel. Through experimentation I made my pot/bowl making skills better. I've used clay so It isn't a new medium, but it is a new concept of throwing on the wheel.
I engage and persist I didn't get most of my pots right the first try, and learning to center wasn't very easy for me. Despite being frustrated I still practice and created some decent looking bowls/cup
To me the fun theory is making average things fun to do in order to make people practice good habits without realise that practicing good habits. An example of the fun theory would be putting a short 20 second funny video in front of the sinks in order to encourage people to wash their hands after using the restroom.
when you embrace the shake you learn to work with mistakes. Embracing the shake means not getting upset about a flaw and using it to your advantage. Some of the most beautiful art pieces have hidden mistakes in them. Phil Hansen had nerve damage which limited his artistic ability. This allowed to think outside of the box