Project: Tanzania Community/Wildlife Web Design

Teacher: Anne Hageman
School: Topeka High School
Location: Topeka, Kansas USA
Start Date: 02/10/2010
End Date: 04/12/2010
Project Plan
Unique Requests of
Participating Mentors:

Mentors with professional experience or advanced-level of website-design, JAVA scripting, CSS, HTML and XHTML.


This is a very advanced independent-study project for a responsible student who has done Telementoring before with another successful teacher at the school. The student and mentor will design and create a website for the FOXES’ COMMUNITY AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST located in Tanzania. It will include a main page, secondary page(s), and sitemap. Student will need assistance in web design, HTML, and CSS stylesheet guidance from a mentor.


1. ADVANCED Computer/Technology Skills 2. Digital Art Design 3. Communication Skills 4. Independent/Cooperation Work Skills 5. Work-study skills & Experience



Grade Level:


Content Area:

Computer Technology/HTML

Student Outcomes:

1. Main Page of Website 2. Secondary Page(s) of Website 3. Sitemap (Outline or Graphic form) 4. Student-Designed Webpage 5. Website proposal letter

Evaluation of
Student Outcomes:

1. Student/Mentor messages 2. Teacher Rubric/Goals 3. FOXES’ COMMUNITY AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION TRUST APPROVAL

Teacher Role:

Teacher will email the mentors about the weekly goals. The teacher will be responsible for updating the mentors on any changes to the schedule or website design issues.

Mentor Role:

Communicate with student 2x a week and review project work. Provide necessary assistance in enhancing computer/technology and work-study skills as the student completes the web pages.