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This is an opportunity for the Level Two (Instructional) or Level Three (Mentor) person who wants to create a collaborative classroom email project. Plan to review your curriculum and find an area or topic that you can expand on with the use of email. Brainstorm with others on how to ask good questions around topic especially using a medium like email. Work in teams and develop a project for workshop that you can use as a model for students. Use discussion boards to share ideas and resources.

Purpose
to be able to develop a collaborative classroom email project
Objectives
  1. create a collaborative, curriculum-based project where students attach and retrieve files from any platform or program to build bodies of knowledge around specific topics
  2. align project with content standards
  3. design and implement project that involves teaming and/or small group collaboration
  4. create and implement an assessment strategy
  5. share results of project and process online with others in class
NCATE Standards:
2.4.6, 2.4.10, 3.1.8

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
I.B,  II.D and E, III.A and D IV.C, V.D, VI.E

Types of Opportunities:
  1. three - five hour hands-on small group workshop with others at the same level 
  2. and minimum one hour follow-up online
Prerequisite 
Student Email Projects or its equivalent

This eCoach opportunity can be bundled with other opportunities in an institute or as part of your staff development program with a focus on a particular curriculum area, grade level, or project. Our coaches can prepare your coaches to provide this service onsite for a separate fee. We will include relevant eCoach guides as part of any opportunity or purchase any guide separately.

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