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- Julie opens the summit with her ISD students. Vicki gives a little intro. Barbara joins in later.
- WHS Students present in the youth summit -
https://sas.elluminate.com/p .jnlp?psid=2007-05-15.1116.M .ADFF8C3E3AAFB018014C360A1494E B.vcr
Students will be invited to present a brief review of their work according to a pre-determined agenda. Topics/trends covered will depend on which schools are involved for each of the main sessions.
Summit Session overview:
Moderator introduces the session and welcomes classes and guests
Moderator gives basic overview of tools to be used and expectations of participants
Each trend covered has a brief introduction from a student (the relevant PM or proxy)
The introduction is followed by students from that trend presenting individually and answering questions
ALL summit sessions will have at least two of the 5 classrooms in session as well as other international guests
ALL summit sessions will be recorded.
Students are to prepare the following:
A photo of themselves (.jpg, no more than 100kb)
An artifact to share (e.g. a .jpg file, a short (2-3 slides) PPT)
Students are to prepare answers for:
What is the most significant trend for your topic?
What is the best resource you found for this project?
What is your prediction in this trend/area of impact that you think is most likely to happen?
Share your artifact on the public screen
This chart represents each school and approximately when they are in school. If someone can think of a better way to show this please contribute. For example PLC is the first to start the school day (Geographically), then SAS starts about 2 hours later, ISD another 2 hours later, VIS another 4 hours later and then WW 6 hours after that. It is quite clear that WW only overlaps with one other school, VIS for a possible 2-hour segment of the school day.
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