- It's important that students have an
audience for their work. The Internet is a
wonderful tool for sharing. Many online
projects such as Toshiba's
Exploravision provide an environment
for sharing. The keys to sharing are
making it "real world" and worthwhile. For
Conlon's and Mrs.
Silverman's classes shares with
parents through their website.
- Successful Projects
- Successful projects relate to a number
of basic strategies. First, keep it small.
Look for specific outcomes and use
templates to get students started. Add
visual and auditory elements as you go.
Consider interactivity and audience
- Let's take a career project as an
example. As you design a project, provide
starting points for students such as
informational resources and visual
materials. Provide students with examples
such as student work. Explore the
following examples related to a careers
- As you create your projects think
about simple activities. Match the outcome
to the activity you have in mind and use
multimedia resources as a means to
communicate messages in many different
ways. Finally, share your project with
other schools. For example, this class in
Missouri shared Missouri