Need I say more? Here in SF, our week of building an underground world, one with mine shafts snaking through, a giant boring machine, and and some super fancy carts for traveling around underground. But also wooden rocks and watermelons. How did we get here from there?
Here in San Francisco, we had lots of opportunities today to learn from mistakes and failures today, in order to improve the safety, functionality and aesthetic appeal of our projects. From small mistakes...
How do you know if someone needs help? How do you know if you need help? Today's build session focused on asking for and offering help, from the beginning of morning circle to the end of afternoon reset, we asked these campers to think about how they're communicating to make the most of their collaborative build sessions.
Tuesday is always such an exciting day here at day camp, because it's the first day in the week that we get to build all day long. So, these campers really get in the groove of their projects, which gives us so many opportunities to work on our Tinkering School goals.
We struck gold with this group in San Francisco this week! So, we're going to go deep, mining for precious nuggets of collaboration, effort and resiliency in the face of mistakes and failures. And we got off to a great start with tool training this morning!