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Struggles of Group Projects

May 8, 2012

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Many people think that working in a large group is much easier than an individual project, but I am not one of those people. I do not have a lot of patience and tend to get frustrated when group members procrastinate. Since I am not a huge fan of group projects I figured our final […]

The Salem Witch Trials and The Reformation

November 18, 2011

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During the 1620s through the 1630s Anglican views increased and many religious minorities, including Puritans, migrated to North America. According to Wikipedia, as people resettled in North America many self-governed colonies were developed. Among these colonies was Salem Village, which was governed by the Church. Since the Church was Calvinist children were to be educated […]

A New Level of Independence

November 7, 2011

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I have always loved being independent and making my own choices, so when I learned that Age of Exploration was a project based class where you choose your own topic I knew that I wanted to take it. I love being able to choose what I research because when learning about something I am interested […]

Mid-Project: Progress and Thoughts

November 2, 2011

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When I first started this project I only had a little bit of knowledge on The Reformation and I learned most of it from James Tracy’s Europe’s Reformations, 1450 – 1650: Doctrine, Politics, and Community, which was a reading I read for class. Our class discussion on this reading helped give me a general idea […]