Using Project Charters in the Classroom

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Project Charters are a great way for students to organize their thoughts when working with teams and assign accountability. It gives both a high-level and granual look at scope, goals, objectives, and individual tasks. Consider assigning students completion of Project Charters next time you have them work on a group project. It's a great way to develop their soft skills. 

 

Here are some helpful links and templates: 

Wikiversity's Template for Project Charters

Free template to download (PPT)

Free template to download (DOCX)

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I like this idea.  Relates students to ‘actual’ practice of project initiation documentation etc.  Thanks for sharing! 

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@jgueron This is an interesting concept. Is anyone else using it? I've been using a version of SCRUM/agile. I'd love to see how others manage digital projects in the classroom.

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