Evaluate your ideas
Let's brainstorm some ideas you're interested in exploring. Once you have multiple ideas you're going to converge on one idea to explore for this project.
List the ideas you came up with in the first column below and determine if each idea meets specific criteria:
- useful: does it solve a real problem?
- skill-aligned: are there Sora skills that could be applied to this idea?
- feasible: is the idea doable within the timeframe?
- appealing: is the idea something you're really curious about?
Pick your final idea by checking the "Selected" box.
painting (water colors)
After you check the "Selected" checkbox for an idea in the table above, your final idea appears here.
This is the idea you will focus on for the rest of the project cycle.
Guiding Question or Challenge Statement
What is the one question which will guide this process of discovery and work? Or, what challenge will you be attempting to complete?
For example: How does rock music effect the brain?
Write your guiding question here...
This is the list of all skills available.
Check off "Interested" for skills that you plan to acquire while working on this project.
You can also use "Search" button to search for skills by name.
World Literature Analysis
Graphing of Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Mean and Standard Deviation Quadrants and Angles (Degrees) Rigid Motion and Shape Transformations Solve Systems of Equations Solving Real World Problems using the Sine and Cosine Functions Transforming the Sine and Cosine Graph
Bulk Appearance of Particles Composition Changes in Atom Conservation of Mass in Chemical Reaction Effects of Molecular Structure Energy from Chemical Reaction Energy Transfer in Ecosystem Environment Effect on Ecosystem Factors in Rate of Reaction Newton's Theory of Gravity Wave Characteristics and Energy
African Slave Trade in the US Agrarian Societies in Africa Australia and the Pacific Islands Beginning of the Universe Britain's Control of North America Declaration of Independence Development of Agriculture Early Agrarian Civilizations Early Middle-Eastern Agrarian Societies Europe Discovering the Americas European Contact with South America European Involvement in Asia First Europeans in North America Foreign Religions in West Asia Islam and Islamic Civilization Making of the Modern Middle East Mesopotamian Civilizations Native American Lifestyle Postclassical African Empires Slavery and the Civil War South American Debt Crisis South American Independence Spread of Islam in Europe The Industrial Revolution The Persian and Ottoman Empires Trade and Centralization of Power
Philosophy Logic and Ethics
The Philosophy of Technology