This is our LAST project of this class! You have all created learning activities, animation videos, a personal website, and more. Now it’s time to integrate all of your skills into one project.
I prepared the Learning Adventure Rubric that shows all parts of the project. This form can serve as a guide to how you complete the project. Please carefully review this rubric to meet all the requirements while you work on the project.
Below are some examples of Learning Adventures created by former EDIT2000 students. Ours will be set up slightly different, but the premise is the same. You are basically creating a web site for students, parents, and teachers. The site is meant to guide a student through an adventure of your choosing. While reviewing these examples, think on how they could have been improved so that you can go about yours differently.
Resources for the Project
- Example project ideas
- How to write effective essential questions
- The essential question development checklist (see the last page)
- Resources for the “Hook” and “Explore” sections: Thinkfinity, Wonderopolis
- Some advance organizer tools: Inspiration, Bubbl.us