I think its fascinating to change the way your face looks, completely, using powders, textures, and colors. With contouring and myriad of other make-up products, it's fun to play with light, intensity and shades to compliment your outfit, or fun!
My good friend Maya decided that for her senior year of high school, she would wear a different "themed" outfit everyday. From Frida Kahlo to Velma from Scooby Doo, she wore something new, innovative and fun every day of school!
Thanks! I definitely think that's a great thing to look at. This will also help students realize the importance of what they're learning from reflecting from failure. It's kind of like this great, collaborative "let's learn from our own, and from others' failures" space. We did have kids reflect on what they learned from our first prototype with Electronster, but something to add for our next iteration is to emphasize this idea of sometimes things don't work out perfectly and it's cool to learn from those mishaps.
Hi Joe, Thanks for checking my idea out. I can see how it is very difficult, and I think a major component is that uncomfortableness that comes with addressing your failures. Maybe we can re-word the prompt for being on the wall of fails as something that you did that didn't work out the way it was supposed to, but then having them also reflect on what you learned. IT doesn't have to have names attached, again, anonymity, so that could ease the shame aspect. But definitely something I need to flesh out more, and I appreciate your feedback! Let me know if you have anything else to add!
Hi Saskia, Thanks for checking my idea out, and for the awesome reference. I actually participated in a "Before I die" blackboard art exhibit on my college's campus last spring, and it was a great way for me to reflect on what I wanted out of life. I like how this is anonymous, and this can actually something that my team and I can actually prototype on campus! Thanks again!