And - it doesnąt necessarily need to be a skit.
The kids could give a very professional presentation where they define the
problem, discuss their process, and introduce their solution as real
scientists might do.
On 10/20/14, 9:23 AM, "Faith Mcgarrity" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Looking for some tips on the Project and presentation. Is the skit
>supposed to be informational designed to hit all the elements in the
>rubric? Like a school presentation. Or should it be a story type of skit
>showing our solution? If the latter will the team have opportunity to
>fill in the rest of the elements ( ie the sharing or implementation)
>after the skit?
>And what is the function of the presentation board? To document the
>solution? Or can it incorporate core values experiences and/or robot
>Thanks for your thoughts!
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