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Struggles of Group Projects

May 8, 2012


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


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


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


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 […]