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Project NextTech helps high school students develop the technology proficiency, information literacy, and media literacy skills they need for success in our increasingly digital world. It is divided into two project-based semester long courses that can be used together or separately. Part A curriculum focuses on technology proficiency, cyber safety, and digital citizenship. Part B curriculum focuses on information and media literacy.
Each Project NextTech semester course is divided into two nine-week curriculum blocks. Each curriculum block consists of eight weeks of various activities and a week-long culminating project. The projects build on the knowledge and skills from the previous eight weeks. As a final capstone project, students create a digital portfolio to showcase their projects and other examples of their best work. Please refer to the course curriculum scope and sequence guide for more details.
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The Project NextTech course introduction describes the final portfolio capstone project and offers multiple resources and tools to prepare for the portfolio and gather student media as they work through the course. Teachers can either have students upload their files and other digital assets to the included Project NextTech Portfolio Capstone Project Journal, or utilize one of the other suggested resources. Make sure that students save permanent copies of their media as they complete the various activities and projects and have them take their media with them at the end of the course.