1. Your project MUST solve a problem, or make an improvement in our world/community. (How do you know its a problem? Have you done any research? Has this been done before?)
2. Your project has to have a REAL client. (Who/What are you helping? What action are you taking)
3. Your project has to have a REAL community partner or partners. (Who is helping you? (not me or another classmate) Do they know? Have you talked to them? How will they help you? Will they provide: knowledge, tech help, connections, etc.)
4. Your project has to have a group to accomplish it. (Unless you convince me otherwise! Good exhibition projects usually require a group to complete them.)
5. Project has to have a presentation (includes research, activity, and action)
An important part of the exhibition experience is presenting your project to our community. Your group must prepare a presentation that is between 15 and 20 minutes long. Remember to be proactive by greeting people: introduce yourselves, the central idea, and your line of inquiry; lead your audience to your exhibit; and work as a team.
Example Google Folder
Your teacher will share this folder with your group and mentor.