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Week

1

2

3

4

5

 

 Introduction of Senior Project and All Activities

 

Students begin researching potential topics for projects and mentors

 

Students learn about different types of projects, terminology, monitoring, documentation, and direction projects may take.  Students learn how to plan and document actions.

 

PowerPoint Presentations

    Characterization of Research

    Types of Research

 Students continue researching potential topics for projects.

 

Students research literature for related topics.  They review current and past projects/research to build a knowledge base of their topics.  As a culmination of this research they write evaluations of a few of the more related projects.

 

PowerPoint Presentations

   Terms of Research

   Research Proposal

 

Students begin finalizing their choice for a mentor

 

Students write a proposal draft for their project, which is to take place over the next few months. The format of the proposal will depend highly upon the type of project.  This proposal should meet the expectations and approval of the studentís mentor. 

 

Students begin functioning in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

Adjustments may be made to proposals and students will schedule a draft review date with their instructor.  

 

Draft of Research Proposal is due

Content

 

 

 

Week

6

7

8

9

 

 

Content

 Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work. 

Formal Project Proposal Due

 

   1st section should be pristine

   2nd section is to be completed by mid-term

   3rd section should at least be outlined with as much detail a possible (students are to add and edit details through out the course

 

Week

10

11

12

13

14

 

Students examine multiple methods for presenting knowledge within their area of study.

 

Students begin work on:

    a web page

    a video documentary

    a research paper

    any other formal display of knowledge base acceptable to the instructor

 Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base

 Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base

 

Final decision of the format for a display of knowledge base is due

 

Rubric is discussed with each student for the evaluation of web page, documentary, research paper. . .

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base 

 Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base

Content

Week

15

16

17

18

 

 

Content

 Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students continue work on their chosen presentation of knowledge base 

 

Final of studentsí display of knowledge base is due.

 

Week

19

20

21

22

23

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Instructor reviews the community event guidelines and evaluations with students

 

PowerPoint Presentations

    Community Event

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

Students review programs for public events and begin drafting a description for the upcoming senior project fair.

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

 

Content

 

 

 

Week

24

25

26

27

 

 

Content

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

Description for Project Fair due to Instructor for program

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should document work, take pictures, and videos of work.

 

Students may continue to update their chosen presentation of knowledge base.

 

Students assemble props, displays, surveys, videos, and other items for use at the upcoming Senior Project Fair.

 

 

Performance of Community Event:

Community Events are to be an exhibition of studentís talents, intelligence, research, and/or ability as a young adult who is ready to advance beyond high school.

 

Week

28

29

30

31

32

 

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

Instructor should review all aspects of the SPEC and the evaluation there of.

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

Students practice talking through their presentation to the SPEC committee.   This should be privately videoed and reviewed by the student-even though props and displays may be incomplete.

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

Students make appointments for their SPEC review and confirm times with their mentors.

Content

Week

33

34

35

36

 

 

Content

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

(2nd video) Students practice talking through their presentation to the SPEC committee.   This should be privately videoed and reviewed by the student.

Students organize artifacts from their project and prepare for publication and the (SPEC) Senior Project Evaluation Committee.

 

Students function in their project and may or may not be in class on a regular basis.  They should continue to document work, take pictures, and videos.

 

Senior Project Evaluation Committees (SPEC) review presentations from students as projects are completed.

 

 

 

Senior Project Evaluation Committees (SPEC) review presentations from students as projects are completed.

 

 

 

 

 


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