The Process

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Ten questions that explain the process used to create this Curriculum.

  1. How long did the entire project take...from start to finish?

  2. How many people were involved?

  3. What was each phase of the project and how much time did each take?

  4. How did you decide, what the phases were going to be?

  5. What were the main barriers to the project?

  6. What would you do differently?

  7. What surprised you most about the project?

  8. What was the organizational structure of your team?

  9. What were your lessons learned?

  10. What is your advice to others if they begin a project like this?

 

1. How long did the entire project take...from start to finish?  

Seven months (November 2 - May 3)

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2. How many people were involved?

Seven staff and 23 students

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3. What was each phase of the project and how much time did each take?

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4. How did you decide, what the phases were going to be?

Based on decisions made by teachers and administrators.

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5. What were the main barriers to the project?

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6. What would you do differently?  

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7. What surprised you most about the project?

We were all pleasantly surprised at how cooperative the students were in looking on the websites and trying to use the material that were earmarked.

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8. What was the organizational structure of your team?

Anchorage/MAT Regional Adult Education Coordinator, Alaska State Director, Anchorage Literacy Project Director, Human Resources Company Coordinator and 3 teachers

 

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9. What were your lessons learned?

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10. What is your advice to others if they begin a project like this?

Be liberal in the application of site search and materials use so that the students enjoy using the Internet and spend more time constructively working on the web.

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