Project: Photo Club Web Site Redesign

Teacher: Scott Udey
School: Topeka High School
Location: Topeka, Kansas USA
Start Date: 04/01/2010
End Date: 05/07/2010
Project Plan
Unique Requests of
Participating Mentors:

Mentors with webpage building experience. Mentors strongly committed and willing to respond tin a timely fashion to emails from student and teacher.

Description:

The student will create a digital mockup drawing of proposed website using Photoshop and other programs. Student and mentor will work together under supervision to learn and understand the process of redesigning a web page for the Topeka Camera Club.

Benchmarks:

Standard #1: Understanding and applying media techniques and processes. By the end of the 12th grade students will demonstrate proficiency in art. They will: 1. Apply media, techniques, and processes with sufficient skill, confidence, and sensitivity that students’ intentions are carried out in their artworks. 2. Conceive, interpret, and create works of visual art that demonstrate an understanding of how the communication of their ideas relate to the media, techniques and processes they use. Standard #2: Using knowledge of structures and functions. By the end of the 12th grade students will demonstrate proficiency in art. They will: 1. Create artworks that use organizational principles and elements to solve specific visual arts problems. 2. Evaluate the effectiveness of artworks in terms of organizational structures and functions. 3. Demonstrate the ability to form and defend judgments about how and why the works of art are created.

Duration:

7

Grade Level:

12

Content Area:

Graphic Design

Student Outcomes:

Student will create/design new web pages for the Topeka Camera Club web site.

Evaluation of
Student Outcomes:

The final web site product will be evaluated mentor, teacher, and by members of the Topeka Camera Club in both verbal and written form.

Teacher Role:

Teacher will monitor project, communicate Topeka Camera Club's web site ideas and needs, and set weekly goals. He will be responsible for updating the mentors on any changes to the project or schedule.

Mentor Role:

The Mentor will help the student learn about web page design. Email student 1-2 times a week. Email teacher about student's progress and performance on this project.