Discovery Reflection

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The Campus Discovery Reflective Responses required students to go out of their comfort zone to explore various aspects and tools on campus that are beneficial socially or academically. This exposure followed by reflection, assisted students in acquiring knowledge that will help them reach their goals. This process allowed students to realize that they aren’t just in it on their own, but actually have a variety of tools that if used, can make your time in college flow more smoothly. In particular, visiting the Student Success Center and making an advising appointment seemed very effective for my success at UWB. This center is a tool that students should use from time-to-time while enrolled in college, so through the act of having the initiative …show more content…
By being a college student, you are in responsible for deciding what classes you want to take and which would be most beneficial. This freedom makes school more enjoyable, but it also can be overwhelming to know what the best course of action to reach your goals is. The advising meeting isn’t someone telling you what path to take, but it is having a conversation about what you would most enjoy for your career and possible ways to reaching that point. The CDRRs connect to my attributes of caring about school, being a hard worker, and going to extra mile in my work. By learning about different campus resources, it will help me continue to be successful in my classes, even when I find myself struggling, as I have different options that I can use to receive additional help and …show more content…
This project connects to the goal of critical and creative inquiry as I created a piece that can be seen differently by each viewer but through carefully evaluation, a powerful message can be discovered. By looking at the collage, the viewer has two options to focus on; they can either see the images that surround the silhouette, as they are more visible and easier to view, or they can look a little harder and see what is within. This choice of perspective connects to the dilemma that Pickering suggests is involved in stereotyping. It is easier to use one-sided representations of groups just as it is easier to focus on the surrounding images, assuming that the squares in the silhouette are the same pictures seen elsewhere. The messages conveyed in this artwork relate to the idea that individuals must think before acting, imaging how their actions can affect others. Individuals must not make judgments and accusations towards a group and rather get to know each member

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