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Building a
Collaborative
Web Project
Define
Building teams
Protect your
students
Communication
strategy
Effective
Web projects
Web project
examples
Brainstorming
Development
strategy
Review
Further reading
Design
Deliver

Review

By now your Web project is starting to take shape. The framework has been established. This also might be a good time to review your project checklist to make sure nothing has slipped by.

DEFINING YOUR PROJECT: CHECKLIST

  • Participating classrooms have been
    identified.
  • Type and frequency of communication
    has been agreed upon, and students
    are now actively engaged in creative
    dialogues.
  • Topic idea has been agreed upon.
  • Project goals have been articulated and agreed upon. Everyone is beginning this project with the same perspective and the same goal.
  • Tasks have been identified and assigned.
  • Timeline has been determined.
  • A content list has identified all required resources.

If everything checks out, it looks like you're ready to begin designing your Web project.

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