By: Julie R., Fullerton/Yorba Linda Assembly
Over this interesting time, our assembly came up with the idea to hold Zoom© meetings where the girls would hold a 101 lesson about something they liked or something they knew about. The girls had to come up with the topic, set up the meeting, and come up with the plan for what they were going to talk about. They also had to be in charge of promoting the 101 class, creating a flyer, or reaching out to another girl in our assembly to make the flyer and post it to social media with the Zoom© code.
Julia made a 101 on Forensics and criminology that she has been learning in her schooling; talking about fingerprints and different ways to gain evidence in a crime scene. Emily walked the assembly through the California Rainbow website and Beyond the Line Online showing us all of the cool and interesting resources we had at our disposal. Regan gave a 101 on baking, she found a chocolate chip cookie recipe and sent it to the assembly ahead of time so we can make the recipe along with her. She walked us through the recipe and gave tips and tricks on how to make amazing cookies. Elizabeth prepared a lesson and showed all who attended how to draw themselves. We still have another 101 planned where Gen will teach us how to play the popular game Minecraft©, with basic tips and tricks on how to work the game. Elizabeth helped us create a 101 flyer to post on Facebook©.
We are working on some new 101 ideas to showcase during this next term. We can not wait to meet again in person. In the meantime time, we are trying to come up with new ways to use Zoom© to reach out to others and stay in touch.