Blog #13 Success

For my thirteenth blog, I am going to talk about the success of my project. All year long, I have been focused on getting substantial research, receiving feedback from outside sources, and most importantly how this project has affected me as a person as well as my reasoning for continuing to pursue my topic.

So far, my exhibition has been a great success. I have an abundant amount of sources to allow me to be better educate myself about my essential question and my product. I have efficiently finished the rough draft for my research paper that has allowed me to come to conclusions for the answer to my essential question.

For the remaining part of the year, I plan to focus more on bringing the website (my product) together and making sure that it has all the information it needs to in order to educate others. Not only is my goal to educate others about my topic but, to efficiently help others in need through social networking.

Focusing on this project has made me become more aware of certain things in the medical field. The research I have done, feedback I have received, and people I have talked to have increased my interests in studying medicine. The passion that I have for this project and the medical industry is unspeakable. I can only hope that I continue to learn more about my topic.

          I have everything up to date that I need to for my project. Now, I am going to focus on getting my website up and running. I have already come to conclusions for my essential question and I look forward to presenting my topic to the student body at the end of the school year.

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One thought on “Blog #13 Success

  1. So are the rest of your blogs going to be solely about your website as well? It sounds like all yu have left to do is the technical aspects of your project, and if so, what exactly are the rest of your blogs going to contain? For any good website, you need a few people to test it out, before you’re done with the finished product. Do you plan to go to some of your classmates and have them test out your site for you before you make it available to patients? It makes me happy that your research has only deepened your passion for medicine because sometimes if you study something greatly then you can start to lose interest in it. The fact that your interest only grows is a sign that you belong in medicine.

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