The Technology-Enabled Learning Activity Planning Document is an example of one way to map out the planning process, but you might want to develop your own planning notes based on your preferences.

To do:

  1. Complete the Technology-Enabled Learning Activity Planning Document
    • To use the document template, go into the menu on the Google document and make a copyof the file to save in your Google Drive OR
    • Select Download to save it as a file on your computer. Rename the file and complete the template.
  2. Try to estimate the time it will take for you to complete the tasks that are applicable to your prototype. You may not need to do some of the tasks depending on what your prototype will require or, if you will need to do something that isn’t in this list, add it and budget your time.
  3. Submit a shareable link or upload your file in your response to the Prototype Planning activity.
  4. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form.

This activity is part of the Prototype section of the Technologist Module.

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