Welcome to the 10STEAM blog!

Welcome to your brand new blog at Share @ SIS.

To get started, simply log in to check out all the other options available to you.  For your first individual blog post, you’ll be doing a self-reflection on your work in designing your Escape Room.  Here are the questions you’ll need to think about when writing your post.  Do not copy the questions, but rather let your reflection be more organic by turning the questions into sentence frames:

  • What process have you gone through to produce the work you’ve done so far? (Sentence frame sample:  The process I’ve gone through to design clues…)
  • What resources have you used while working on your clues and final design?  Which ones were especially helpful?  Which ones are you thinking you’ll be using a lot?  (Sentence frame samples:  I’ve used many resources while working on my clues… Ones that I have found the most helpful have been… I’m thinking that I will continue to use…)
  • How do you feel about the work you’ve done so far? What parts of it do you particularly like? Dislike? Why?
  • What do you enjoy about designing an escape room?  What have you found the most frustrating? What has helped you in overcoming the frustrations?
  • What have you learned about yourself as a collaborator?
  • What have you learned about yourself as a designer?
  • What do these things tell you about yourself as a learner?
  • In what ways doest the way you work differ from that of your classmates’ style?  In what ways do you work differently? In what ways is your work process similar?
  • One thing I would like to get better at as we continue the process this semester is…
  • One goal that I would like to set myself for the rest of the semester is… (think of the goal you came up with at the beginning of the semester that you posted on Instagram – is it still the same goal? If so, how can you make sure you achieve it? If not, how has the goal changed and why?
  • What support/help do you need to meet your goal?

Remember: Be as detailed as possible, use visuals/media to help show your process and reflection.  Photos, images, videos, timelapses, etc; that you’ve gathered throughout the semester are perfect.  If you’d like to record your self-reflection as opposed to writing it, go for it!  The due date for the reflection is October 12th. 

Self-Reflection Rubric
Documentation & Curation Rubric

Now pop in those headphones and get to work!


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