At the end of the project I was most proud of my exhibit and my essay because I think that it was a good demonstration of what I learned and showed all the work that was put into it. I'm proud of my Bio-riddle as well, but that was also the most challenging part. It took a lot of thought rewording phrases and finding synonyms to make sure it rhymed. Though it was especially stressful memorizing it and performing on stage.
Through all the stress, researching, writing, paper-cutting, gluing, memorizing, and presenting, I learned a lot. Not only about Katherine Johnson, but also about myself. I learned that staying on top of things and having everything completed on schedule (or before) makes projects a lot easier. I also believe I improved as a person after presenting. It took a lot for me to go out in front of a lot of people and previously, I would not have done anything like it willingly. But, now that it's over, I realized it really wasn't that bad.
If I were to change something about my project I would research even more. I learned a lot about Johnson, but I feel like I limited myself and could've gone further. However, overall the Images of Greatness event went really well. My favorite part was seeing everything come together and experiencing my peers' hard work.