Step 2: Revising Your Project Plan
the information in the previous step and what you have learned through
your practice ranking, revise your ideas for your Project. Step back from
just the use of the Seeing Reason Tool and sketch out the larger picture of the overall project. If you are
not going to use Seeing Reason in your project, continue working on other parts of your Project
Plan that need completion.
Open your Project Plan.
Revise the Seeing Reason Title, Project Description, and Research Question, if needed.
Consider whether additional assessment standards could be targeted in your project. Revise the Assessment Standards, if necessary.
Review your Curriculum-Framing Questions and revise if necessary.
Considering the ideas in the previous Step about continuous assessment, in the Assessment Summary section of the Learner Assessment Plan, add your ideas for how you would assess the learning during the project. Revise the Timeline section, if needed.
In the Procedures
section, draft the activities that will occur in the classroom that
lead up to, include, and follow the use of the thinking tools and
Revise the Project Summary
by briefly describing your ideas for the overall project. Include your
general concept of the whole project, not just the activity that will use
the Seeing Reason Tool. Explain the main task, scenario, or challenge you will use to engage your learners.
Copy an image of the practice map into the Practice Map section.
On the File menu, click Save.
Next: Proceed to Activity 8.5