Advanced Course to Develop Projects:

50 Thorndike, Teachers College 

Wed, March 14, 2001
4-6 pm


Welcome and Reconnecting

  • Reminder of Workshop Goals and Schedule
  • Overview of Today's Objectives and brief reporting out of individual progress on projects
  • Housekeeping:Sign up sheets and the works!

Getting to Work!

Today's session will be devoted to individual project development.

  • Nearly all of you have begun work on your individual projects. Where required, we have set you up with work stations prepared for your specific needs, based on your proposals. If you are still feeling stuck, you should spend some time with one or more of the facilitators and let us assist in getting you "unstuck". Please make every effort to complete or update your project proposal so that we can make sure you have all the software you'll need for the next stage of the project's development. A proposal in some form should be completed in time for this workshop.


  • For those of you who have still not completed your project proposal, please click here to go to a blank Project Proposal document. Please take the time to fill it in as completely as you can. This will give us an idea about the project you would like to develop during this series of spring Eiffel Workshops and provide us with a basis for planning our agendas for the months ahead. When you finish, save it to your folder on Cluster Teachers on Zeus (:Y drive). Just click on File/ Save As... and name it "yourname_proposal".

During the month of March we'll continue to develop, fine-tune, and where feasible, test the project in the classroom. We'd like to think of our small workshop group as "professional friends"- supportive folks willing and ready to assist as consultants in resolving issues as they arise.