ETP Participant Timeline:

  Requirement/Deliverable

Requirement/Deliverable

Delivery Date

Support

Each participant is expected to be available for collaborative communication beginning March 6th - until the completion of all terms. Availability is defined as regular and timely communication via email, telephone, or other appropriate methods necessary to make continuous progress with regard to project deliverables. This includes initiating, receiving and responding. Expected response time is two business days (unless the ETP Director is informed of a planned absence).

Continuous

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Blackboard Online Course

 

Phone/Video

Each participant is responsible for completing the VSCU online course associated with his/her grade-level. This includes (1) thoroughly reading all components of the online course and submitting a log of errors/corrections, questions, comments, and/or new content; (2) participating in the course via the online delivery model and submitting a log of comments, concerns, or problems relating to the online professional development model; (3) developing exemplary, grade-level appropriate, instructional materials for each unit; (4) completing all revisions to instructional materials as requested by instructor(s); (5) completing the lab associated with each unit and documenting labs via the electronic portfolio. The above mentioned deliverables will be due according to the following schedule:

 

 

Unit 1 and Unit 2 Packages (includes course feedback, online PD model feedback, Instructional Materials Development submission)

April 14, 2006

$200 stipend

Note: Due to the limited timeframe for this project, it is important that participants complete units by the identified deadlines. Participants failing to meet the first deadline of April 14th will be replaced by a teacher on the waiting list.

Unit 3 and Unit 4 Packages (includes course feedback, online PD model feedback, Instructional Materials Development submission)

June 9, 2006

$200 stipend

Unit 5 Unit 8 Packages (includes course feedback, online PD model feedback, Instructional Materials Development submission)

August 4, 2005

$400 stipend

Each participant is responsible for implementing his/her respective course within the classroom. A log of lessons-learned, changes, tips, tricks, etc. is expected as one deliverable.

Fall 2006

Approximately $1,875 in classroom materials and consumables (to be determined by final course lab choices)

Each participant implementer will capture student learning through the collection of artifacts associated with each unit.

Continuous through January 2007

 

 

Each participant is responsible for attending and providing feedback at online debrief sessions

March 2006 February 2007

 

 


This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0402616.

Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF).

(Questions or comments? E-mail: Tanna Kincaid)
Updated: July 11, 2007 3:25 PM

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