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We have been asked to take part in
2009 NetGenEd Project
which links 18 different schools in 6 different countries. These students are creating videos that help explain the main topics discussed in the Horizon Report and the book Grown Up Digital.
We have been asked to review and comment on their work. Your comments will be read both by these students and by some serious experts who are evaluating the project. Your main audience is the students. You should remember in your writing that they are working very hard and also that only some of them are from English-speaking countries.
2009 Project Outline
Our task is to review and comment on their wiki work and video work.
Our comments will be read both by these students and by some serious experts who are evaluating the project.
The main audience for our comments are the high school students.
We need to remember in our writing that they are working very hard to meet the judging criteria for the NetGenEd project.
Organization of Topics for Peer Review
There are 6 topics. Each team has 8 sub-groups. We will review one of the 6 topics and all of the 8 sub-groups within that topic.
We will review a topic as a class to introduce and acquaint ourselves with the Review process.
Next, we will split into groups of 3 to evaluate 4 of the group projects:
Projects in Progress
Student Groups Providing Feedback
Your Feedback Pages
A.1 Choice and Mobiles
Alex, Matt, Hollie
A.2 Customization and Mobiles
Phu, Josh, Han Kyu
A.3 Transparency and Mobiles
Natalie, Sarah, Nicole
A.4 Integrity and Mobiles
Olivia, Gwen, Alex
A.5 Collaboration and Mobiles
Isabel, Helen, Kayo
A.6 Fun and Mobiles
Malina, Kayla, Sophie
A.7 Speed and Mobiles
Sarah, Yuri, Mana
A.8 Innovation and Mobiles
Matt, Abhi, Sarah
We will use the
321 Graphic Organizer
for our review comments.
3 good things about the wiki/video topic
2 improvements for the wiki/video topic
1 piece of new knowledge that your group has acquired due to these high school students participating in the Flatclassroom Project
help on how to format text
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