Pitch Please!

This is the post for the Wednesday, March 23, 2016 class meeting.

Pitch Plan

pitch-please-234x300Today, you will pitch your project. There are no makeups for missed presentations. There are two goals:

  • Share what you are doing with the class
  • Give me the details about your project so I know you’re on the right track

The notes for what you need to include in your pitch will be on the screen, so you don’t have to worry about leaving anything out. You can pull them up on your computer screen as well if you want.

While you are pitching, I will be using a Canvas grading tool on my phone to give you credit for sharing the details. I may have follow-up questions or comments. So yes, it will look like I am fiddling with my phone, but I’m not playing Clash Royale. I promise.

If I think anything needs to be tweaked, I will email you. I won’t call you (or your group) out in front of the class. That’s just mean.

Quiz for Friday

Remember that class will not meet in the classroom on Friday. You will have the class session to work independently or with your group. Be sure to complete the Selfie Quiz.

Work Schedule

F, 3/25 You (and your group) will use the class session to research, gather materials (assets), and generally work on your project. Class will not meet (I will be presenting in a TLOS workshop, Jumpstart on Digital Storytelling), but you will need to complete the Selfie Quiz to show me that you were working for about 50 minutes.
M, 3/28,
W, 3/30
You (and your group) will work on your project in class. During these two days, I will ask each of you (or your group) to report to me on what you are doing and how it’s going.
F, 4/1 April Fools Day! Depending upon the progress on the project, it will either be due this day, OR this will be another day for you (and your group) to work independently on the project. Class will not meet (I’ll be in NOVA), but you will have work to complete.