Passion Project viewing week was a wild success. Students spent the week learning from each other and providing positive feedback for peers. In the end, our feedback form had a total of 202 responses! Each student received a personalized chart of peer feedback via email this morning and narrative feedback and assessment details on Classroom. I could go on and on, but for the sake of brevity, I’ll simply say that the quality of student work during our Passion Project unit has been unmatched by anything else we’ve done this year. It is so good to finish the year with such an engaging, meaningful endeavor. Thank you, students, families, and Summit staff, for your investment in this process.
Middle school students will begin the week by writing reflectively about our Passion Project work. Next, we’ll take on our final task of the year: a Google Slides project that will allow students to gather well wishes, memories, and even photos from classmates to commemorate the 2019-2020 school year. Slides project details will be posted in Classroom by Tuesday, and students will have the rest of the week to “sign” grade level classmates’ digital memory books.
I look forward to a strong and fun finish to the 2019-2020 school year.