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Chapter Ten

Your Vision 2.0

Everyone fails. How do you learn from it?

Part One

👩🏻‍🏫 Lesson Media – Failure & Refining

Hot Takes

Reflection Activity

  • Option One: Hitch a ride in the Nature Labs vehicle (virtually!) and take a tour of Mount Robson Provincial Park.
  • Option Two: Take a hike (virtually!) and get a peek into Mount Robson Provincial Park's backcountry.
  • Option Three: Actually go outside. For real, not virtually, and take a hike in nature nearby.

Further Exploration

Part Two

Your teacher will direct you to the activities to complete below.

Mental Health

Mental health is vitally important. How do you find help? How do you make sure you can cope?

Resiliency & Failure

How can you help yourself overcome failure and change?

Mentorship

What is a mentor and why is it important to have them?

Go for a Hike

That's right. Get outta here. Join us on a virtual hike (or drive) of Mount Robson Provincial Park, and learn about some neat creatures and some fascinating areas.

From the Sorted Library

From the Sorted Library

Part Three

Self reflection

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Reflection

  • How do you check your mental health?
  • What help is there in your community if you need it? What types of help do they offer?
  • What steps are you taking to become more resilent?
  • Do you already have a mentor? If so, how do they help you?
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Chapters

Chapter One

Introduction to Research

Chapter Five

Process

Chapter Nine

Peer Review

Chapter Two

Framing & Core Elements

Chapter Six

Creating

Chapter Ten

Your Vision 2.0 & Mentorship

Chapter Three

Gaps in Knowledge

Chapter Seven

Opinion vs Fact & Identifying Bias

Chapter Eleven

This Unit and Your Future

Chapter Four

Brainstorming to Focus

Chapter Eight

Communication & Consultation

Chapter Twelve

The Pitch