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Project Journal #01

SMART Objectives and Daily Project Journal
SPECIFIC MEASURABLE ATTAINABLE RELEVANT TIME-BASED SmartLab Learning Priorities
Our project objective specifically states what we intend to achieve. We can measure whether or not we are meeting our objective and project plan. We can realistically achieve our objectives with the time and resources we have available. Our project objective is relevant to us. We can describe how it relates to our personal interests, and/or how it helps others in our society. Our project timeline clearly describes when we expect to complete each phase of our project. 1. Problem-Solving and Creativity
2. Collaboration and Teamwork
3. Project Planning and Time Management
4. Documentation of Learning and Effective Presentation
5. Technical Skills and Knowledge
S.M.A.R.T. Objectives and Relevancy

State your SMART Objectives and explain what you are doing to make this project relevant, interesting, and meaningful to you and your partner.

S.M.A.R.T. Objective for Your Project Relevancy: How this project is meaningful to us
   
Day 1 Exploration

During this project phase you will familiarize yourself with the learning resources and explore the technology you will be using in your project.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 2 Develop Project Objective and Plan

Now you know enough to define SMART objectives for this engagement. Today you will complete all the information in this SmartLab Project Planner.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 3 Focused Discovery

In this project phase you will learn what you need to know to begin your project activity. You may read and explore online tutorials, book and other resources.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 4 Project Activity

In this phase, you will do the activities necessary to complete your project objective. You may be building a machine, working with a computer software application, or solving a circuitry problem.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 5 Project Activity

In this phase, you will do the activities necessary to complete your project objective. You may be building a machine, working with a computer software application, or solving a circuitry problem.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 6 Project Activity

In this phase, you will do the activities necessary to complete your project objective. You may be building a machine, working with a computer software application, or solving a circuitry problem.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 7 Project Activity

In this phase, you will do the activities necessary to complete your project objective. You may be building a machine, working with a computer software application, or solving a circuitry problem.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 8 Project Activity

In this phase, you will do the activities necessary to complete your project objective. You may be building a machine, working with a computer software application, or solving a circuitry problem.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 9 Presentation

In the Presentation phase you will create a multimedia presentation to showcase your best work. Your presentation should communicate what you did and what you learned during your project.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
Day 10 Self-Assessment and Reflection

In this final phase of your project you and your partner will evaluate how well you did, and then reflect on ways you could do better. Kits will need to be disassembled and organized.

What we did and the problems we encountered What we learned and how we solved problems
   
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