Our second formal lesson focussed on the Archibull was so much fun. We decided to work on some of the skills we needed to complete the project such as blogging, artistic ideas and stop animation. Catriona and Brandon worked on documenting some of our learning on the blog from last week. Adam and Isabella played with some stop animation software. We are hoping to use stop animation in our multimedia project. This was challenging but fun! Chelsea and Aaron finished off some learning around Women in Agriculture and then begun to brainstorm possible ideas/artistic styles in which we could decorate our cow. (We had to stop them when Aaron decided we were going to turn our archi into a fish tank for a sea cow!)
Meanwhile, Daryl and John worked hard to create a beautiful beef inspired meal for us all to share. Using Australian beef and produce, Daryl and John made us all Spaghetti Bolognese. We have decided to make a beef dish every learning session that we can gather around and share our ideas/enjoy each others company. We want the participants of this project to experience a sense of BELONGING. Belonging is one of the elements of The Circle of Courage model we are using to guide our learning in this project. It was lovely to sit together and share ideas and thoughts. As we have a few new students to our school it was also a great chance to learn a little more about them. What a team we have!
The amazing students from The Lakes College, Youth Off The Streets