Knowing what you know now, what advice would you give yourself at the start of your inquiry?

At the start of my inquiry, I wasn’t really focused on the end product. I just kept coming up with individual things, without thinking about what I was going to end up showing as my learning evidence. Like I mentioned in an earlier post, I was really focused on one idea-photo-shopping images- that I knew in the back of my head wouldn’t be enough to be a project, and I was pretty much just doing it for fun.

If I could give my past self one piece of advice, it would be to start your presentation earlier and have a clearer idea of what you’re actually doing. Don’t waste time, if you have to work hard to convince yourself that what you are doing is productive, it probably isn’t that productive. 🙂

Luckily I got something positive out of it, now that I know that I found that interesting, I may be able to tie the concept into my Zip project for next year, or even into my upcoming In-Depth investigation.