In the end, my 20 Time project did not go as planned. Unfortunately, I was unable to create ten completed videos. In the beginning of this project, I thought that math was my passion. However, my reluctant attitude to work on the project signaled that it was not. I was extremely disappointed when I came to this realization. I knew that in order for this project to be a complete success, I had to want to put the effort into it. 20 Time is not just another class project. It truly is designed to be a project built around what an individual loves. Going into this project, I knew that I did not love math. Although, my goal was to help other people who enjoyed math, but was not the best Fibonacci, because that was something that I have always wanted as a struggling student.
From making the first video, I knew that I did not like teaching others from that kind of format and style. I think that it was a personal preference when I decided to opt for writing the directions on an app called Notability. To me, writing the directions made more sense. With that being said, I decided to abandon Educreations. Another factor that made me switch to Notability was how developed the app was. Notability is very versatile, easy to use, and manipulative. On the other hand, with Educreations the videos were either a hit or miss. There was no way to edit them unless I wanted to start all over. Although, from this project, I learned to explore many different programs and apps that may be useful in the future.To my despair, I realized math was not my passion. Although, during this semester I did find out that learning is my passion. I absolutely love absorbing new information, learning ways to problem solve, and having the required knowledge to live life to its fullest potential. I think that my passion for learning is what clouded my judgement in the beginning of the semester. I narrowed my love of education and was not satisfied with the confinement. From 20 Time, I also learned that I love working with a partner. It is not only a motivation, but it also makes the entire project easier. Working with a partner meant that I was not alone whenever I had difficulties and I always had support. Having someone by my side made stressful events, like Pitch Day, much less hectic. I hate that my 20 Time project did not turn out the way I wanted it to, but I am glad that I learned what my true passion is.