I have developed my communication, how I explain things and my listening skills.
I feel my patience has developed, and this has helped my teaching skills and my teamwork skills.
I had to control my classmates while I demonstrated and that is challenging, but I did it.
To be a good leader, you need to be clear with explanations, been good at communicating instructions clearly and easily so others can follow. I think patience is one of the most important skills.
Nothing happened with my project that wasn't planned, it all ran smoothly, however, next time I would sit in the middle of the room so everyone could see what I was doing, and I would feel confident about doing this.
The demonstration went really well. I also think I made a good choice with the origami models I chose to teach. Everyone successfully made their models.
Sitting as my desk didn't work very well, people couldn't see what I was doing, I did get up and move once I felt more confident and it was easier to get up and go to my classmates to demonstrate what to do next than to stay at my table.
My favourite part was seeing everyone finish the origami models. I had a great sense of achievement. I was very anxious about giving the demonstration but as I started I calmed down and enjoyed the experience.
I learnt that communication is really important when working as a team and leading a team. I also learnt how important understanding someone and listening to them is.
The feedback from my classmates said that the demonstration was easy to follow and that it was calming and interesting. The prep for the presentation was good too.
I am very happy with the feedback because it said I had done well.