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reflection_7Jun10

Page history last edited by johnlittlephysics 11 years, 1 month ago

Class CIP on Monday 7 Jun 2010 

photos uploaded by Pauline


Your reflections on:

  • what you see
  • what you hear
  • whom you interact with (classmates, teachers, staff, elderly) 
  • personal anecdotes 
  • the debrief 

Just add your comments below. Thank you :-) 



Comments (2)

tanzhiyun said

at 4:01 pm on Jun 8, 2010

The elderly demonstrated a positive attitude towards life and aging that really moved me. They all tried to be really enthusiastic in terms of participation and held a keen interest throughout the activities that we had planned for them. For instance, during the origami session, the elderly were eagerly asking questions and trying to do the folding for themselves despite impaired motor movements. Upon interaction with a few of the old folk, I also learnt about how these elderly try their best to make it a point to come down to the center everyday to exercise and keep their minds and body actively fit. I feel that this reflects a proactive quality about the elderly which really left a deep impression on me.

Pauline said

at 10:01 pm on Jun 8, 2010

The elderly at the centre were really enthusiastic in taking part in the activities that we had planned out for them. All of them made an effort to follow us in doing the wushu, and some even volunteered to lead the wushu session together with us. Though the wushu session ended much earlier than expected, we managed to adapt by adding in a sing-along session. During the origami session, the elderly were all very keen in learning from us, and i think they really appreciated our presence, even though some of us had difficulty communicating with them due to language barriers. It was really heart warming to see how much they enjoyed themselves, and I think that we should pay more attention to the elderly, because all they really need is a little attention from us.

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