If you haven’t been already, you really need to go back to your community and get feedback. I cannot stress the importance of building support before you start The Awesome Project. If delivered correctly you will certainly ruffle some feathers and you will need help!
Have another meaningful conversation with a colleague, parent, support staff, or administrator about the ideas you have explored thus far. Show them the work you’ve done on your own version of The Awesome Project.
To complete Community Stage Two of The Awesome Project, post a thoughtful comment below summarizing your conversation below.
Respond thoughtfully to the ideas of another learner who has already posted in the comments by asking them a clarifying question or building on their ideas. (Or if you are the first learner ask me a clarifying question in the comment section.)
You’ve got momentum now! Click on the lightbulb to move forward to the penultimate stage, where you put almost all of your work together.
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