Communicating: I can communicate with my peers when I come across a problem. During this lab, we were lucky to have been able to work in partners. My partner and I were able to bounce ideas off of each other so we could find ways to answer questions about the heart lab. There were many times where we came across an issue, and while we discussed with each other, we could not come up with a solution. I was able to reach out to my peers who had completed that section of the lab, and ask them for feedback on how we can come to a solution.
Thinking: I can consider more than one way to proceed in an investigation. Throughout the lab, there were many bumps in which neither my partner nor I could solve. With this in mind, I was able to use my thinking to research through my class notes as well as looking at diagrams that were provided specially for this lab. I was able to think critically and use the resources around me.
Social and Personal Awareness: I can recognize my emotions and use strategies to manage them. Some of the things I do to stay mentally and physically healthy include realizing when I have reached a burnout. While doing this lab, there were moments where I became frustrated with some of the procedures as well as simply moving on from one stage to the next. When I became frustrated, I was able to step away and take a few minutes to just recollect myself, and to try again.
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