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W eb version el i s12 final projects presentation

  1. 1. Final EL ProjectsReflecting on What You Learned
  2. 2. Two Projects Citizenship Project  Due: Friday, April 13, 2012  3-5 Minute Presentation about your citizenship journey  Created and presented at the last class – Reflection Ceremony Capstone Project  Due: Friday, December 13, 2012, by 2pm  3 Format Choices: Digital Storytelling, Written Paper, ePortfolio
  3. 3. Citizenship Journey Project Content  Reflection on service  Application of values  Describes how Service & Information Gathering contributed to understanding of citizenship  Illustrates how passions, values & skills are related to service choices  Considers the key elements needed to keep in action
  4. 4. A Map of Your Exploration Structure  You will get a chance to reflect and create a puzzle that shows the pieces of your citizenship journey since joining EL  The project will be done at the December 2 meeting and all supplies will be provided  3-5 minute presentation to your family group Grading  Completion of the project  Depth and genuineness of reflection Pieces of  Content questions answered My Journey
  5. 5. Citizenship Journey Project Preparation – Discussion Board Questions Due 4/13/2012  What does service mean to you in general--- how has your view of service changed from the beginning of the class till now?  Which values were significantly demonstrated (or the lack there of) during your service planning and experience?  How, if any, have you and your concept of citizenship changed due to your service and information gathering experiences?  If you were to be more involved in service (any kind of service that you chose), what are 3 questions you would need to ask yourself before getting involved? Think about the values, passions and skills you investigated during the retreat as you answer this question. *Print out your responses for the April 13 project
  6. 6. Capstone Project What is a Capstone?  cap· stone n. 1. The top stone of a structure or wall. 2. The crowning achievement or final stroke; the culmination or acme. Capstone of the Washington Monument
  7. 7. Capstone Project 3 Options  Digital Storytelling  Video/slide reflection 3-5 minutes with narration  Written Paper  3-5 pages  ePortfolio  Web-based reflection that incorporates various learning artifacts
  8. 8. Capstone Project Content Requirements  Learning About Self from EL program  Learning About Leadership from EL Elements  7 C’s (personal description with examples)  Learning About Collective Action & Shared Responsibility (working with others for change and citizenship) Grading  Structure (objectives varies for medium)  Content
  9. 9. Capstone Project Resources  Digital Storytelling  VoiceThread  iMovie  Power Point w/Narration  Written Paper  Samples on Bb  LSC Writing Lab  ePortfolio  Google Sites
  10. 10. Final Projects A draft of your project is due Monday, April 9(50 points). Must be reviewed by the Learning Support Center. Don’t wait to the last minute to talk with the LSC, make an appointment!! We are looking forward to seeing what you learned! Don’t wait until the last minute to ask for assistance with technical or other assignment related questions.