Forms to Use

PROJECT DESIGN: OVERVIEW page 1
Name of Project:Duration:
Subject/Course:Teacher(s):Grade Level:
Other subject areas to be included, if any:
Key Knowledge and
Understanding
(CCSS or other standards)
Success Skills
(to be taught and
assessed)
Critical Thinking/Problem SolvingSelf-Management
CollaborationOther:
Project Summary
(include student role,
issue, problem or
challenge, action taken,
and purpose/beneficiary)
Driving Question
Entry Event
ProductsIndividual:Specific content and success skills to be assessed:
Team:Specific content and success skills to be assessed:
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PROJECT DESIGN: OVERVIEW page 2
Making Products Public
(include how the
products will be made
public and who students
will engage with during/
at end of project)
Resources Needed On-site people, facilities:
Equipment:
Materials:
Community Resources:
Reflection Methods
(how individual, team,
and/or whole class will
reflect during/at end of
project)
Journal/Learning Log Focus Group
Whole-Class Discussion Fishbowl Discussion
Survey Other:
Notes:
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PROjECT DESIgN: STUDENT LEARNINg gUIDE
Project:
Driving Question:
Final Product(s)
Presentations,
Performances, Products
and/or Services
Learning Outcomes/Targets
knowledge, understanding & success skills needed
by students to successfully complete products
Checkpoints/Formative Assessments
to check for learning and ensure
students are on track
Instructional Strategies for All Learners
provided by teacher, other staff, experts; includes
scaffolds, materials, lessons aligned to learning
outcomes and formative assessments
(individual and
team)
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