By following the collaboration tips in each step, your project plan will grow from an individual class plan to a well-designed educational movement around the world. Once you have identified your project idea, driving question, and final collaborative product, you will need to plan the daily teaching and learning activities to lead to your end goal. Thus, to further plan your day-to-day project activities, we are inviting you all to explore the online resources and guidelines from this Module. We wish you good luck!
Different but Equal
Learn English through Creativity
A Holiday for Everybody
Colorful Town. Make Your World Better.
The Struggle for the Environment
“Making Changes through Youth Civic- Engagement Projects”
“Making Changes through Social Theater”
“ Shorter School Breaks”
- leave a 2-3-phrase comment on each of the 2 project blog pages you chose, emphasizing why you consider them interesting from the perspective of an expert in the global project-based learning (GPBL). Specify in what teaching circumstances you could apply this project in your GPBL classes.
- identify the project stages/ procedures each project ran and present your findings as a comment to this assignment.
a) Analyse the structure of the project plan examples posted here: what steps does a project plan include?
Developing a project plan
b) Explore the Project Tipsheets list and choose 3 most important ones - why do you consider they are the most important ones for s successful project implementation?
Youth Changing the World Tipsheets
c) Examine the Youth Changing the World: Youth Service Project Toolkit guide, which explains in detail the important steps that will help teachers and students, in collaboration with school administration, make a
meaningful impact on an issue that is important to you and your community: INVESTIGATE, PREPARE, PLAN, ACT, REFLECT, DEMONSTRATE AND CELEBRATE. Write a paragraph as a comment to Assignment 9:
- Explain what you learned new in terms of project planning and implementation;
- Describe how these steps are different from regular projects that you have implemented with your students so far (for example any extra curricular activities, Christmas or Halloween parties, school plays, poster displays, student competitions, etc.)
- Which of these steps would be the most difficult to implement and why.
Developing a Project Plan
Additional project examples:
Music and Graphic Arts Projects Examples
Creative and Language Arts Projects
Social Sciences Projects