What is this project about?
Looking for more support narrowing down your idea? Try using the idea matrix on this page.
What do you want to get out of this project?
where did the skills go? we are taking skills out of the idea generation process, in an attempt to make projects more career-focused. If you want to get leveled-up for a project, share it with the appropriate guide or faculty member for feedback upon completion.
Turn your idea above into a guiding question.
Check out some resources on how to write a guiding question here.
What will it take for you to complete this project?
my complete project will be a minimum 800-word essay including at least 5 myths and 2 sources for each one.
Keep in mind that this project cycle runs six weeks in total, as opposed to the typical four weeks.
specific myths chosen and basic research done on each
June 18, 2021
research mostly complete and confined in one place.
June 22, 2021
rough draft and research finished
June 23, 2021
notion page complete and final paper basically complete
June 24, 2021
acctual due date, so have it should be complete
June 25, 2021
Last Day of Project Cycle
July 1, 2021
Use this space to take notes, keep track of your sources, or conversations you have with people about this project.
Embed your Work Product Here 👇🏽
Click below where it says "Untitled" this will open a new page with an embed block. You can click on this embed block to upload a file or link from your computer. You might also choose to create your project write on that untitled page itself.
At the top of this page, you'll see a field where you can write a short description of what this project is about. if you hover over the title, you'll also see a place where you can "add cover". Pick a photo that captures the main idea of your project.
Reflect on this project cycle by answering the questions below.
The act of reflecting allows you to highlight the accomplishments and applications of your project. (questions courtesy of Powderhouse Studios)
Was your project meaningful?
Did this project matter? In what ways did it further your knowledge, force you to grow, or provide something useful?
Was your project ambitious?
Given what you already know, did this project challenge you in meaningful ways?
Was your project deep?
Did your project engage with powerful ideas or tools? Additionally, did you engage with the material in a deep sense (i.e. did you develop ownership over the ideas or tools)? Can you utilize these skills independently now?