SUBJECT AREA(S): GRADE LEVEL:
PROJECT SUMMARY Edit
Briefly describe the purpose of the project:
SCOPE & SEQUENCE Edit
Refer to the New York State Learning Standards website: http://www.emsc.nysed.gov/ciai/)
What area(s) of the curriculum are you addressing?
NYS Standards Edit
Use this link to view the standards: http://eservices.nysed.gov/vls):
NETS Standards Edit
(Refer to the National Ed Tech Standards for Students: http://cnets.iste.org/students/s_stands.html):
LEARNING OBJECTIVES Edit
By the end of this project, students will understand:
ASSESSMENT PLAN Edit
In the space below, please describe the plan that you and the teacher have devised to assess the students’ work. You may also include digital copies of a rubric, checklists, tests/quizzes, student self-assessments, etc. that you have used along the way. Please attach copies of these assessment tools with your submission.
- Note: You might think about developing a rubric with your teacher using Rubistar http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php).
DESCRIPTION OF THE PLAN: Edit
TITLE(S) OF YOUR RUBRIC(S): Edit
PROCEDURE AND TIME REQUIRED Edit
Describe, in a sequential manner, the actions that take place during this project, including: what the teacher(s) does; what students do individually and/or in groups; and how technology (when used) enhances learning and helps to assess student performance. At the end of each step, include the amount of time it would take (minutes, periods)
- Step 1:
- Step 2:
- (Please add more steps as needed)
Describe the procedures used to accommodate the range of modifications being addressed in your classroom. This may include things you done to accommodate for behavior, work you have done with various student populations (Special Needs, English Language Learners), how you have handled classroom management within various technology environments (one computer classroom, four computer classroom, computer lab, etc.).
Please note unique resources (human or material) needed to successfully complete this experience, including the titles of software, hardware, texts, reference books, and website addresses; etc.:
- Student Resources:
- Teacher Resources:
Please offer personal comments on the learning experience, including:
- What has worked really well?
- What would you change based on what you have done so far?
- What have you learned?