How do I add checkpoints, activities, and resources to projects?

Checkpoints allow students to get feedback on work before completing the final product of a project. To add checkpoints to a project:

  1. From the project page, click Edit Project.
  2. Under Project Plan, click Checkpoints.
  3. Click ic_add_circle_black_24dp_2x.png Add Checkpoint.
  4. Enter the title and any details for the checkpoint. Indicate whether students will submit a Google Doc, Web link, or Nothing.
  5. If students will submit a Google Doc, you'll need to indicate whether students will be given a blank doc, presentation, or spreadsheet, or if you'll be providing a custom template. If you provide a custom template, students will receive their own copy of the template to submit via the Summit Learning Platform. You can choose a Google Doc from your Google Drive.
  6. Click Save.

To add activities and resources to a project:

  1. From the project page, click Edit Project.
  2. Under Project Plan, click Activities and Resources.
  3. Click ic_add_circle_black_24dp_2x.png Add Activity or Add Resource. Enter the title and any details for the activities and resources.If students will submit a Google Doc, you'll need to indicate whether students will be given a blank doc, presentation, or spreadsheet, or if you'll be providing a custom template. If you provide a custom template, students will receive their own copy of the template to submit via the Summit Learning Platform. For resources, you can also include links to websites or videos.

 

You can rearrange checkpoints, activities or resources by clicking and dragging.

You can also add teaching materials to checkpoints, resources, activities, and final products in projects. These teaching materials can only be viewed by teachers, and not by your students. Learn more about the differences between checkpoints, activities, and resources and how they form a project plan.

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