c-TaP: High School Summary

Monday - Friday, July 2 - 6, 2012

The HS group has spent the past week putting an outline of the work to be done and establishing our focus. We are currently defining and establishing the number of goals and the rationale for each of them. We have already defined the task we will use and are writing the commentary necessary as well as the presenter notes. Our plan is to have the HS toolkit finished in the next week in order to allow practice, revision, and refinement by the presenters we will be here for the duration of PCMI.

Monday - Friday, July 9 - 13, 2012

The High School c-TaP group spent this week drafting facilitator's guides for their four goals, and running through draft versions of their presentations for group feedback. We now have drafts of most of our slideshows, facilitator guides and handouts, and are going to spend Monday and Tuesday running through them in real time.

Monday - Friday, July 16 - 20, 2012

The High School c-TaP working group spent the final week of PCMI doing a real-time run-through of their workshop modules, and providing one another with a second round of critical feedback. The final days were spent making edits, and preparing for the physical needs of workshops, including designing handouts and purchasing office supplies. On Friday, the group presented an overview of its work to the SSTP participants.

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