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    • YEAR 10, 2009 Facing the future: Shaping the Future An Inquiry-based Project
    • What is it?
      • It is a Collaborative Learning Project (CLP) that has a future focus and a global one.
      • It’s an opportunity to be involved in hands-on research in an area of particular interest to you
      • You will be investigating a key question or problem from an area of shared interest.
    • Focus Areas
      • This area of interest will be based on your own reflections about:
      • what matters to you – eg environmental concerns, business and finance,
      • what you would like to know more about – eg astronomy; higher order mathematics; world literature; philosophy
      • what you might like to better at – eg creative writing; dramatic or musical performance; multimedia technologies; visual arts; design
    • Focus areas: eg fashion/design, textiles/Business
    • Your Project will be an open-ended and in-depth inquiry, guided by your teachers.
      • It will have these features:
      • 1. Real world in a global context
        • Speak to/liaise with people outside school community
        • Involve interviews or surveys; global resources of a ‘primary nature’ (eg OECD data)
        • Issue itself can be a current global one
    • You will become an expert in your field through collaboration:
        • Each person in group takes one of the big questions from their investigation – become the expert
        • Experts come together to share (no one is doing the same thing as anyone else in group)
        • Collaborative – not just cooperative
    • Being connected with the wider world
        • Experts in the field
        • Workshops
        • University
        • Excursions to different places and spaces
        • Students in other places (eg those you’ve met on exchange)
        • Think of City Experience+, Broken Hill+
        • Now you’re taking on the world
    • You will use web2 technology
    • When is it? Term 4 Week 1 Year 10 work Week 2 Year 10 work Week 3 Camp Week 4 School Certificate; Year 10 Formal Week 5 Futures Project Week 6 Futures Project Week 7 Futures Project Week 8 Conference presentations
    • How can you be involved?
      • Speak to your House representative on the Student Reference Group
      • Add your suggestions to the online planning unit
      • Help suggest a name and logo for the project
      • Be involved in focus group discussions