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1 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Learning Areas Levels Objectives Software Description Math, writing 10- to 13- year olds Students complete a multidisciplinary unit integrating technology, research skills, measurement, problem solving, and persuasive writing. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Publisher Students pretend that they get to design a brand-new bedroom. They integrate a number of disciplines and skills to develop the layout, track costs, and organize their work. Students then create a persuasive presentation to deliver to their parents. “I liked doing [this] project because it was fun and exciting. We learned how to create formulas inside of Excel … We also learned to use graphs as visual aids throughout our presentation.” - Middle School Student Documents Author Lisa Jones, Technology Curriculum Coordinator, Annie Wright School, Tacoma, Washington

2 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Teacher Planning and Management Click the documents below to help you understand the context of this exemplary learning project: Background & Planning: A picture of the origin and objectives of the learning project, including the manner in which the project was planned and managed. Classroom Images: Images of the classroom to give you a better feeling for how the project was implemented. Documents

3 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Work Samples, Teacher and Student Reflection Click the documents below to see work samples and reflections from the teachers and students: Student Work Samples: Examples of high- and low-achieving student work generated through participation in this learning project. Includes teacher comments. Teacher Reflection: Thoughts and reflective comments from the teacher involved, including advice for future implementations. Student Perspective: Comments on how the students perceived the learning that occurred. Documents Student Sample High Achiever Student Sample Average Achiever

4 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Teaching Resources Click the documents below to view the teaching resources used in the teaching of this learning project: Student Project Overview: An overview of required tasks. Parent Invitation: Microsoft Publisher invitation for parents. Students fill out time and date of their presentation. Parent Letter: At the beginning of the project, this letter is sent home to let parents know about the project and to let them know that this is a culminating activity used in lieu of a final test. Class Server Resources: Download teaching resources in Microsoft Class Server format. Documents

5 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Assessment and Standards Click the documents below to see the assessment rubrics and standards covered in this learning project: Assessment Rubrics: Examples of assessment rubrics provided to students showing how the project was assessed. Mapping the Standards: Mapping this project’s learning objectives against curriculum standards. National Educational Technology Standards (NETS): Performance indicators for technology-literate teachers and students. Documents

6 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Classroom Teacher Guide Click the documents below to learn from this project and create your own classroom project: The Starting Point: Questions to keep in mind when reviewing this project. Using the Tour Model: Questions to consider before you begin to create a technology-integrated project based on this Virtual Classroom Tour. Authentic Assessment: Understanding that assessment needs to move into the realm of authenticity helps to make learning more meaningful for students. Implementing a Project: Some questions to consider at the implementation stage of a learning project. Record Your Thoughts: A document in which you can record your comments and reflections as you create your own learning project. Documents

7 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Preservice Teacher Guide Click the documents below to learn from this project and create your own classroom project: The Starting Point: Questions to keep in mind when reviewing this project. Using the Tour Model: Questions to consider before you begin to create a technology-integrated project based on this Virtual Classroom Tour. Authentic Assessment: Understanding that assessment needs to move into the realm of authenticity helps to make learning more meaningful for students. Implementing a Project: Some questions to consider at the implementation stage of a learning project. Record Your Thoughts: A document in which you can record your comments and reflections as you create your own learning project. Documents

8 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Staff Developer Guide Click the documents below to learn from this project and create your own classroom project: The Starting Point: Questions to keep in mind when reviewing this project with your faculty. Using the Tour Model: Questions to pose as you assist others in creating a technology-integrated project based on this Virtual Classroom Tour. Authentic Assessment: Keys to promoting the understanding that assessment needs to move into the realm of authenticity in order to make learning more meaningful for students. Implementing a Project: Some questions to pose at the implementation stage of a learning project. Documents

9 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Microsoft Office Training Resources Click the links below to access training resources on Microsoft Office and other software: Microsoft Educator Network: The Microsoft Educator Network provides you with the latest classroom resources, professional development tools, and communities of practice and expertise. Tutorials: Learn to create rich learning experiences using Microsoft software and technologies. Productivity in the Classroom: Lesson plans with great ideas for integrating technology into teaching and learning. Office Tips for Teachers: Ready-to-use ideas that integrate Office programs into subject areas such as math, science, and language arts.

10 Design Your Own Room Project Overview Teacher Planning Work Samples & Reflections Teaching Resources Assessment & Standards Classroom Teacher Guide Preservice Teacher Guide Staff Developer Guide Office Training Resources Learning Areas Levels Objectives Software Description Math, writing 10- to 13- year olds Students complete a multidisciplinary unit integrating technology, research skills, measurement, problem solving, and persuasive writing. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Publisher Students pretend that they get to design a brand-new bedroom. They integrate a number of disciplines and skills to develop the layout, track costs, and organize their work. Students then create a persuasive presentation to deliver to their parents. “I liked doing [this] project because it was fun and exciting. We learned how to create formulas inside of Excel … We also learned to use graphs as visual aids throughout our presentation.” - Middle School Student Documents Author Lisa Jones, Technology Curriculum Coordinator, Annie Wright School, Tacoma, Washington To use this tour: Read the overview information on this page. Click the Teacher Planning link to learn about the project. The documents contain background and planning information, and classroom images. Click the Work Samples & Reflections link to see examples of student work, as well as teacher and student reflection on the project. Click the Teaching Resources link to see the classroom resources used by the teachers. Click the Assessment & Standards link to see the how this project maps against standards. Click the Guides links to access guidance on using this tour to build your own learning project. Click to close

11 Comment: This is an example of exceptional student work. This project scored high on all assessed areas: content, conventions, format and file attachments. A New Room Is a Good Room By Hannah (your favorite youngest daughter)

12 Why do I need a new room? I need a new room because I have had the same room since I was born. The color scheme is horrible and the furniture is arranged in a bad way. It is time for a CHANGE!

13 If I have a new room I will… Help out with the designing of the room Not buy anything unreasonable Not hassle you about doing things on certain times Not bother you when you get stressed out about anything.

14 And if you do this… I will always worship you as gods and I will never get mad at you ever again. I will say grace voluntarily at the table. I will visit you at the retirement home when you’re old and brush your gray hair.

15 My Odes, Designs, Measurements, and Expenses.

16 Why I Should Be Able To Make My Own Dream Room. By you favorite daughter.. Comment: This is an example of an average project. This student, while creative, put in less effort on content and conventions.

17 The reasons I should have my own dream room the way I like. The first reason I should have my own dream room is because I have a itsi bitsi room. The second reason I should have my dream room is because if you look how stuffed my room is with all my things could have more space. The last reason I should have my own dream room is that I have a room right across from Libby’s and we fight so you would not have to listen to us fight

18 Such a Tiny room Mom, I have such a tiny room. –Too full of clothes –All my hair junk –Join the guest room –Libby leaving

19 I need more space I need more space in my room. –Lots of stuff –Joining the rooms

20 Fighting and Bickering Libby and I will never fight. –Bigger room – no fighting –You wouldn’t hear us

21 My Dimensions

22 My Odes

23 Please? From your caring loveable daughter, that is your favorite one, who always manages everything well/ including money he he, and this is the one time where you could be the nicest parents like you always have been and I know that you will do the right thing since you are all so nice like you are everyday. I love you all and I am confident you will do the right thing…….I LOVE YOU


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