Three Summary Sentences due by 12pm CST, Monday, August 8, 2011
This information will introduce your study to the Design Learning Challenge Jury members.
- Current Study Question
- Summer Learning Program Context
- Intended Student Learning Outcomes
Final submissions posted by 12pm CST, Thursday, September 1, 2011
- Design Learning Integration Plan Submissions must be delivered via Google Sites
- All submission links will be shared with stakeholders in blind form, without names or contact information
- Additional representations such as posters, videos, and/or survey data analysis are highly encouraged, also due September 1
- Submission prior to deadline is advised to allow the judges more time to consider each plan
Notification of award winners posted by Monday, September 12, 2011
- Carefully selected judges will assess submissions using a common rubric in a blind format without knowledge of applicant name, school of attendance, nor contact information
- Team submissions are considered one entry, therefore one award to be shared between partners
Participation and Submission Steps
- To receive up to the minute
notifications, please join the "Design Learning Challenge"
Facebook Group. Note: this is a Closed Group, not accessible to
- Explore and identify a local summer
learning program options as potential partners.
- Consider the items as described on
the Study Questions and the Action Research pages as you frame,
conduct, and represent your study.
- Become clear in your mind on where
your project resides on the continuum of How Humans Learn.
- If possible, use the instructional flow framework described on the Cognitive Engagement page to design your study.
- Use the Food for Thought and References section pages as check points throughout your study.
- In order to be represented at the NOCCA Design Day Learn Think Do Event and IDSA Conference, please produce a 1-3 minute YouTube video - to be posted on your Google Site.
- Think of the video as a your elevator speech. What are the essential elements you want/need your
viewers to know and learn about your study? The goal is to create a sense of curiosity, causing your viewer to actively want to visit your site.
- Contact Doris if you have questions about using Google Sites to present your study.
- Submission steps/hints will
be continuously updated.
- For further information, guidance,
coaching, questions, concerns, or comments, please contact Doris at email@example.com.