Using the list of "student led activity" characteristics that you developed from your previous lesson and the video you watched to begin this lesson, you will begin to change some parts of a traditional classroom activity that you use by turning it into a student led activity. You will break up into groups and each person will share the student led activity that you developed in activity 1 and explain your thinking behind the changes you made to a traditional classroom activity. Once you have completed group sharing you will write up a short critique of your group-mates work.
Once you have completed your critique you can give your notes to your groups-mates for later use. Now that you have began implementing student led activity characteristics into a traditional classroom activity we are ready to build a student led activity from scratch.
You need to implement the characteristics of what makes up a student led activity from Lesson 1.
You must use some of your group-mates feedback that you received from there previous activity in this lesson, in the final version of your activity.

Did you have a difficult time implementing part of the "studen led" model into your own traditional classroom activity? Due to differences in individual monitor calibration, details and coloring of invitations may vary from what is shown on your screen.
Henna, or mehndi as it is referred to in Hindi, is considered to be one of the essentials of many South Asian wedding celebrations. Darcy will create a personalized henna design both on your hand and foot during the retreat. In this workshop you will create your own mandala painting to take home with you inspired from both within and without. Working with collage means incorporating any inspiring images or feelings with each other on the same page. Please begin to collect beautiful images with a variety of textures and favorite colors to use when creating your collage (the mandala and the collage could potentially be the same piece if you choose).

You must use the information you have learned from the previous lesson to complete this activity. While mandalas have been used for Hindu, Buddhist and even Christian religious purposes, in modern Western times the use of the word mandala has been adopted as a term used to refer to a geometric pattern representing the cosmos, or even our own internal universe. Magazines, wallpaper samples, and old art books offer a wonderful assortment of choices to use. Humans are naturally drawn to drawing circles, and the creation of mandalas can lead to deep states of meditation, or uncovering new layers of one’s consciousness. So the first step is to change just some of the activity over to use some of our student led concepts.

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