I think that the message and for the first time ever research was my favorite part of this project. I am not one to enjoy research, however, I felt like I got so much out of it this time then I've ever had before. With having the nice research this time, I was able to create my own opinion clearly to convey my own message and thoughts on learning disabilities. However, the hardest part of the project for me was putting all the research and info into a project and simply just present in front of the whole class. I stuttered a lot because I was nervous and presenting was just kind of a hassle to get through. I don't think I've ever had more stress and anxiety in my life.
I improved as a learner throughout this project by really just making sure I had an actual plan. In the past, it's been jumbled and frustrating to get it into one project because my mind hadn't been set yet, but with this latest project, as it went on, my mind started to learn how to make a plan and get something done each and every day. Something however that I would improve would be, not writing my whole script down. I should've just put bullet points so I wouldn't get lost and made my presentation easier to listen too for others. It wasn't my favorite project in the end, but I got something out of it that I can use in my future life.