Week at a Glance
Week at a Glance
This should be bare bones; follow the sample here. Please color code your activities based on where they take place, following the key below.
What’s the purpose of the Week at a Glance? SITP staff, Facilitators, College Workers and Rosa Parks/Wilson teachers use the Week at a Glance to get a snapshot of what’s happening and when during the SITP week at your institution. We refer to this part of your curriculum a lot, so it’s important that it remains accurate!
The Week at a Glance matrix does not need to include a lot of detail. Just include:
- The title of each activity
- The time when it is taking place, and
- Where it is taking place (using the color code above)
If there are planned exceptions to the schedule (e.g. a change in the order of activities on Free Tuesday), you can mention that in the “Notes” column.
--> Make sure the start and end times for the day are correct:
- Rosa Parks - 12:00 pm - 3:50 pm
- Morning 9:20 am - 11:45 am
- Afternoon - 12:30 pm - 2:55 pm
- Thursdays per 1 - 8:35 am - 9:50 am
- Thursdays per 2 - 10:05 am - 11:20 am
--> For Wilson schedules, please note the morning AND afternoon times for activities; for example:
--> If you are making a one-time change to your schedule, make sure to let the SITP Facilitator and SITP staff know in a text or email.
--> If you are making a permanent change to the schedule, make sure to update the Week at a Glance! It’s a living document in the Google Drive, meaning that you can update it whenever you want, and the changes are reflected instantly on the SITP Website and for anyone who looks at the document.
Plan for 4-Day Weeks
Please describe how you will adjust your curriculum if a rotation falls on a 4-day week. If possible, include a modified Week at a Glance schedule.
For 4-day weeks, if you’re simply dropping the day that’s the holiday and everything else stays the same, then just write that in this section. For example, if Monday is a holiday, and you’ll be starting on Tuesday with the regular Tuesday schedule, you can write, “On 4-day weeks, we will drop the missing day from the schedule.”
If, on 4-day weeks, you’re dropping certain activities here and there, and your schedule is not going to look the same, then you should create a revised 4-day week schedule for everyone to follow on those weeks. To indicate that this will be the schedule for any 4-day week, regardless of the day that’s a holiday, you can title the columns “Day 1,” “Day 2,” and so on, instead of “Monday,” “Tuesday,” etc.