MODULE 3: CAPSTONE PRESENTATION
All Mini Capstone Presentations will take place on April 18, 2019, during the last block of the day (from 2:00-3:00 pm)
Schedule will be posted in April. Stay tuned…
The following information has been left on the site for your interest, however, please note that most of it is out-dated and will change for grads of 2019. Stay tuned!
OTHER IMPORTANT LINKS:
PowerPoint: completing the Mini Capstone Project
What is a Capstone Project? (remember, you are doing a MINI Capstone)
Example of how your Capstone can be a powerful and exciting learning opportunity
This video explores “self-directed learning”. Consider this Mini Capstone a smaller version of the ‘Individual Endeavor’ talked about at around the 3:00-4:50 mark.
Capstone Project brainstorm topics – examples
Ways to Represent Your Learning “101 Ways to present your learning” graphic
Capstone Project Presentation Example to give you an idea of what it could look like:
(not the best example, but gives you an idea)
Project Criteria : please refer to the project hand out (Criteria is listed on there) More detailed criteria to come.
Resume Workshop sign up (not available yet)
LINK TO SURVEY – to tell us what you need for your presentation – THIS SURVEY WILL OPEN BEFORE SPRING BREAK.
If you’re asked to log in to Office 365 here is your username / password:
password: same as your computer login
2018 MINI CAPSTONE PRESENTATION OUTLINE AND EVALUATION SUMMARY – double sided handout
2018 MINI CAPSTONE PRESENTATION DETAILED HAND OUT – step by step instructions for preparing (given out the week of April 9- 12 in English 12 classes)
POSSIBLE QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT BE ASKED – examples of what lead teachers could ask you after your presentation (only examples!)
The Mini Capstone Presentation takes the place of the Student-led interviews
Refer to the Transition Plan and Mini-Capstone Instruction booklet handed out at the beginning of the year (Module 3) for Presentation information and criteria and download the Presentation Outline and Evaluation Summary above.
2018 PRESENTATION BASIC OUTLINE: (to be updated)
- Explain: WHO ARE YOU?
- WHAT ARE YOU PROUD OF? (bring or show evidence/artifact representing what you’re proud of – 1 item)
- DISCUSS YOUR PLANS FOR AFTER HIGH SCHOOL AND POSSIBLE FUTURE OPTIONS
- SHOW US YOUR MINI CAPSTONE – goal, essential question, action plan & outcome: what you learned / what you can show / what your new goals will be
- REFLECT ON BEING A LIFELONG LEARNER
- How do the skills you demonstrated / developed in your mini-capstone help with this? How have you demonstrated being a lifelong learne
- MUST BE VISUAL IN SOME WAY