Quick introduction?

Hey, sorry i haven’t really properly introduced myself real quick. I’m Mikayla (the short one in the Navajo Nation group) I’m the one who talked about the whole power plant and water problem on the Navajo Nation. I know a the basic information of what’s been happening, on my end of the many problems. If you want to learn more on the topic, just ask me and i’ll tell you everything I know.


WARNING! THE OTHER STUDENTS AND I DON’T HAVE THE SAME LEARNING/TEACHING! I’ll explain if you ask DON’T mean to OFFEND anyone. I can be brutally honest sometimes.

*uggggghhhhhhh*(whispers to self) *that makes you a cyberbully!! idiot!*

Again I’m sorry if I offended anybody.

Mikayla J.**off-line**

Mikayla Johnson

6 Responses to “Quick introduction?

  • Tom McKenna
    4 years ago

    Good Morning, Makayla,
    I’m interested in what you’re thinking about your learning style when you say ,”The other students and I don’t have the same learning/teaching.” Tell me more about what you’re thinking here. How do you learn best?

    • Mikayla Johnson
      4 years ago

      Good morning, well when i say that i was taught differently means exactly what it means. If they speak about traditions or anything that someone might be curious about then they can’t speak for me. The same goes for me, I can’t really speak for them.
      Mikayla- M.I.K.A.Y.L.A

  • Amaryllis Lopez
    4 years ago

    I love how your personality really shines through in this post… albeit short… just like us (LOL!). I think it’s really important for all of us to understand that we come from all different walks of life and cultural backgrounds. We need to be aware of that and not just assume we have all gone through the same upbringing, education system, or even the same America. The sometimes brutal and honest truth is something that will help this group grow and mature and I’m glad you’ll be the one dishing it out!

    • Mikayla Johnson
      4 years ago

      Thank you! I hope I will make a difference on the Navajo Nation.

  • Ceci Lewis
    4 years ago

    We are all different. I sometimes wish I had been “taught” as others had been, but then I realize that what I know is exactly what I need to know at that time. Sometimes I wish that I could “teach” as others need, and then I realize that as a teacher, I do what I can do at that time. Right now, as you mentioned, we know what is happening on our ends, and together we can pool that knowledge to change our world.
    Happy to be on the journey with you today!

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