You will need your PJ,your PC/mac & your
downloaded Student Guide
Look at each of the following slides while
you look thro...
Thinking & reflecting skills
Communicating verbally, in written form
Retrieving, selecting information
Evaluating sour...
Idea/ inquiry:
Approaches to
Learning
Human Ingenuity
Environments
Community &
Service
Health & Social
Education
C&S learning expectations:
 Making a contribution to the community
 Helping others & realising consequences of
action
 ...
Environments learning expectations:
How our actions affect environments
Our responsibilities to the environment
Can you ...
HI learning expectations:
What is created, invented, done
The impact of what is created
Can you provide a rational for y...
H & Social Ed learning expectations:
How you act, how you think, its impact(s)
How you look after yourself
How you make...
demonstrate organizational skills through
time and self-management
 communicate and collaborate with the
supervisor… Hav...
 Brainstorming 1° ideas – lists, mappings, notes,
sketches, cut outs...
 Pages from PP StudentGuide:
1. criteria/objecti...
 identify and explain a topic based on personal
interest
 justify one focus area of interaction as a context
for the pro...
This is a list of everything you need to do/
find/ see/ meet/ learn..... in order to
achieve the goal
You will use these s...
 What do I want my outcome or product to look/ be
like?
 What will I need to use/ collect such as materials?
 What tech...
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Use of process journal and define the goal

  1. 1. You will need your PJ,your PC/mac & your downloaded Student Guide Look at each of the following slides while you look through your process journal. Respond in written form (notes, lists....) to each of them
  2. 2. Thinking & reflecting skills Communicating verbally, in written form Retrieving, selecting information Evaluating sources Acknowledging academic honesty Collaborating (1st meetings with supervisor) Working independently
  3. 3. Idea/ inquiry: Approaches to Learning Human Ingenuity Environments Community & Service Health & Social Education
  4. 4. C&S learning expectations:  Making a contribution to the community  Helping others & realising consequences of action  Acting responsibly Can you provide a rational for your choice based on the above?
  5. 5. Environments learning expectations: How our actions affect environments Our responsibilities to the environment Can you provide a rational for your choice based on the above?
  6. 6. HI learning expectations: What is created, invented, done The impact of what is created Can you provide a rational for your choice based on the above?
  7. 7. H & Social Ed learning expectations: How you act, how you think, its impact(s) How you look after yourself How you make the correct decisions Can you provide a rational for your choice based on the above?
  8. 8. demonstrate organizational skills through time and self-management  communicate and collaborate with the supervisor… Have you met with your supervisor?  demonstrate information literacy, thinking and reflection
  9. 9.  Brainstorming 1° ideas – lists, mappings, notes, sketches, cut outs...  Pages from PP StudentGuide: 1. criteria/objectives tick lists ( A and B for now) 2. activities using pages  Areas of Interaction pages  Approaches to Learning pages  Recorded meetings with supervisor – log sheets  1° resources: expert ideas, journal/ mag cuttings, images site info (ALL cited)
  10. 10.  identify and explain a topic based on personal interest  justify one focus area of interaction as a context for the project  outline a clear, achievable, challenging goal  create specifications that will be used to evaluate the project’s outcome/product.
  11. 11. This is a list of everything you need to do/ find/ see/ meet/ learn..... in order to achieve the goal You will use these specifications to self- assess your goal later in the process - E: achieve the goal Have you done this? If not, do so!
  12. 12.  What do I want my outcome or product to look/ be like?  What will I need to use/ collect such as materials?  What techniques/ skills do I need?  May I need to learn more or refine what I can already do?  What type of information do I need to include? Which experts can help me?  How can I show/ present my information?  What else do I need: visual or audio?  What is my purpose and who is my audience?

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