Planning a Global Project

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Project Name

Project Partners

Rationale

Real World Connection

Enduring Understandings

Standards and Associated Goals

Measurable Objectives

Assessment Strategies

Collaboration

Student Decision Making

Task

Activities, Timelines and Milestones

Technology Integration

Budget

Constraints

Showcasing Project

Activities, Timelines and Milestones

Activities are specific lessons and events that students will do as they complete their projects.

The timeline should show when the project will begin and end. It should also show when specific components of the project are due, and should have formative (ongoing) assessment built into it.

Three phases of project development should be included in the timeline. These are

Connecting Classrooms Around the World

Pre-production

  • Planning
  • Organizing collaborative teams
  • Student project proposals
  • Research
  • Drafting
  • Writing
  • Editing
  • Storyboarding
  • Peer and teacher reveiw at various checkpoints

Production

  • Learning to use software
  • Creating project Website
  • Creation of projects and products
  • Peer and teacher review at various checkpoints

Post Production

  • Editing and revising
  • Completion and exhibition (showcasing)

Below is an example of a time line