Journaling reads: learning curve: a graphical representation of the changing rate of learning (in the average person) for a given activity. Typically, the increase in retention of information is sharpest after the initial attempts, and then gradually evens out, meaning that less and less new information is retained after each repetition.
You kids had always asked why you had to study the same subjects every year. And every year I explained that you were just adding new concepts and ideas to those you had already learned. I guess by this point you had just about reached the top of your learning curve. Benjamin - first day of 11th grade"
I used Pammy's template for the curve. Microscope is handcut from the pp and then inked; pps are by TPC Studio. Letters were cut with the Cricut. TFL!