Personal Project: The Written Report
NEW DUE DATE: Final report due in Science Classes on March 31, 2022
WHAT did you do in your project?
HOW did the Approaches to Learning (ATLs) contribute to the learning goal and the product?
WHY did you do this project (impact)?
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You have completed the Personal Project and now it is time to report on what you accomplished! The Personal Project was just the first step in the entire process. The written report is the next step – and is a way to explain your project to someone who has not seen the entire process from start to finish. The Report is really an opportunity to reflect on the successes (and challenges) you faced in your Project journey. It is a required element of the Personal Project and will be the only aspect that is scored. Please follow all the requirements listed in this guide – and become familiar with the scoring of each section. There are only three (3) sections of the report, PLUS a separate bibliography that is to be turned in.
- To ensure that the written part of the report is clearly legible, each page must have a minimum:
- 11-point font size
- 1-inch margins
- Evidence presented in images must be clearly visible at the size submitted
- Visual aids may be used to support reports. However, evidence and examples presented in the visual aids should be submitted as documents/pictures. Visual aids presented only in video format will not be considered for assessment.
- The bibliography is uploaded separately and is not included in the page limit. (Maximum number of pages is 15 pages – minimum number of pages is 4-5 pages)
- Please do not include a title page; if included, it will count towards the page limit.
Written Report - template - a Word document that you can download and use to write your report
Written Report Template - Google Document- Google document template that you can download and use to write your report
Academic Honesty Form - to be completed by student and supervisor