Live Binder Check<br />May 24, 2011<br />
Introduction Tab<br />When you click the Introduction tab, you should see a title: your binder and the class name.<br />Wh...
Week 1<br />When I click on the Week 1 tab, I should see a title that says Week 1.<br />The project proposal should be com...
Order of Weekly Tabs<br />The first page, the divider for the week, should have a title on each one.<br />The subtabs shou...
Sample Student Bio<br />
Sample Proposal<br />
Sample Tasks<br />
Sample Task Record<br />
Sample Task Record<br />
Sample Reflection<br />This week has been really hard. I have been struggling with trying to get my personal space done an...
Conclusion<br />Your binder is going to be worth at least a third of your trimester trade.<br />There are a lot of missing...
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Live Binder Check

  1. 1. Live Binder Check<br />May 24, 2011<br />
  2. 2. Introduction Tab<br />When you click the Introduction tab, you should see a title: your binder and the class name.<br />When you click the Student Bio subtab, there should be a introduction to you, your avatar, and your them or desired learnings for SL. No last names.<br />
  3. 3. Week 1<br />When I click on the Week 1 tab, I should see a title that says Week 1.<br />The project proposal should be completed according to the items I put into the first few week’s proposal. Complete means there is writing from you after every line.<br />The project presentation type is your way of showing the teacher you did the work.<br />Tasks should be listed under the Tasks subtab. This means the assignment number if you are doing weeks 1-16, and your description of the tasks for your own projects. <br />Reflection should be at least five sentences long. It should tell me the things you did, the things you learned, what you think about how you used your time, and ideas for better project management in the future.<br />
  4. 4. Order of Weekly Tabs<br />The first page, the divider for the week, should have a title on each one.<br />The subtabs should be in this order:<br />Project Proposal<br />Tasks<br />Any pictures or links to videos or PPT presentations, written assignments, etc.<br />Reflection<br />
  5. 5. Sample Student Bio<br />
  6. 6. Sample Proposal<br />
  7. 7. Sample Tasks<br />
  8. 8. Sample Task Record<br />
  9. 9. Sample Task Record<br />
  10. 10. Sample Reflection<br />This week has been really hard. I have been struggling with trying to get my personal space done and also trying to find out how to make the presentation. I learned this week about the importance of "physical" while building and about transparency and windows. I have not gotten all of the assignments done, but I will continue working during this weekend to finish everything needed. I believe that I don't deserve and A though. I was not on task the whole time and I didn't get the assignments in on time. I don't believe I deserve a bad grade either though, I spent time at home and free time during classes to make sure that I didn't get behind. I think that the grade I deserve is a B.<br />
  11. 11. Conclusion<br />Your binder is going to be worth at least a third of your trimester trade.<br />There are a lot of missing pieces to the binders.<br />Many subtabs are out of order.<br />Some of you haven’t proofed your writing. Errors are glaring at all those who look at it.<br />It would be a good idea to spend some time reviewing every tab before you prepare for your final presentation.<br />Debbie has the outline of the final presentation and how it will be graded.<br />

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