Describe your artifact here. Use 1 or 2 paragraphs. Write it as though you are introducing it to the reader.
- As a student project, describe the project. Describe it with
enough detail that your reader will have greater appreciation of it when
s/he sees it.
Describe the importance of this artifact.
- As a student project, describe why you did this project. Why was it important to you? How could it be important to others?
What did you learn from completing this artifact?
- As a student project, what did you learn from completing this project and how will you apply this in the future?
After each standard's title, explain why you believe the artifact addresses the standard. Describe how the artifact aligns with one or more components of related standards below. As you develop this for your specific needs, replace "Standard 1" with the actual name of the standard (e.g., Student Learning or Creativity and Innovation)The portfolio creator should remove the standards not aligned with this artifact.
1. Creativity and Innovation
2. Communication and Collaboration
3. Research and Information Fluency
4. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making
5. Digital Citizenship
6. Technology Operations and Concepts
REMOVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS: Attach your artifact at the bottom of the page (Attachments area), or create a descriptive hyperlink here to your web-based artifact. If attaching a file, be sure to explain what type of file it is and what software might be required (e.g., download a 30-day trial version of Inspiration software at Inspiration.com