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Friday, May 17, 2013

Timeline of Activities

While meeting today, we decided it would be a good idea to create a timeline of dates certain tasks would need to be completed in order for everyone to stay on track and meet the final deadline for presenting findings to the targeted audience.  Below is the start of the timeline we created:

Week 1
Day 1: Problem Statement and Groups identified
            -Teambuilding
            -Entry Event (Video/Image Flood, Mind Mapping 2x-group/individual, self-guided exploration)
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 2: Presentation Format
            -Teambuilding
            -Lesson on Technology Apps/Resources (through the use of QR Codes)
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading           
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 3: Target Audience narrowed/identified
            -Lesson on how to receive and give feedback
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 4: Plan of Action & Timeline
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems

Week 2
Day 5: Possible Field Trip
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 6:
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 7:
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 8:
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems

Week 3
Day 9: Possible Field Trip (Leander Public Library)
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 10:
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 11: Data pertaining to presentation
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 12: 
            -Math Workshop
            -LA Workshop
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems

Week 4
Day 13: Create Presentations
            -Review Lesson on how to receive and give feedback
            -Math Workshop (final)
            -LA Workshop (final)
            -Technology Tips
            -Read Aloud 
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 14: Presentation Rehearsals
            -Read Aloud
            -Silent Sustained Reading
            -Reflection w/sentence stems
Day 15: Presentations
            -Reflection based on feedback received/given
Day 16: Presentations
            -Reflection based on feedback received/given

2 comments:

  1. This is an initial rough schedule of what we came up with, but of course we understand that when we're knee deep in the process/research, somethings maybe modified to fit student need. Keep in mind that in there are certain items that we agreed would be non-negotiables! :)

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  2. Darla suggested that Day 8 and Day 12 there should be a "field test day."
    Students are soliciting feedback on their ideas and presentation skills.

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