Complete at outline, using the provided template. Submit outline to the dropbox. • Construct your project using a software tool or application you are familiar with (i.e., Google Docs, Microsoft Word 2010 or later, PowerPoint, Prezi, or a video platform).
The individual or group will synthesize the research information and develop a teaching project of their choice, which should include the following. • Introduction to the teaching project topic • Reference of one statistic validating the importance and impact of topic selection • Risk factors and/or benefits related to the selected topic • Referral to a professional and/or community‐based resource (i.e., support group, American Heart Association, AWHONN) • Recommendations regarding health promotion strategies for the target audience • Complete Outline and submit to dropbox. • Follow the presentation guidelines below to meet the expectations for your selected media format.
These guidelines apply to each individual student and should be adjusted per size of the group (For example, an individual would do five slides, and if there are three members in the group, the group should create a 15‐slide presentation. Similarly, a three‐member group would do a 4.5–6 minute video rather than a 2‐minute video.) • PowerPoint or Prezi Five slides maximum, excluding title and referenceslides Follow 7‐point rule for PowerPoint • Brochure Front and back, trifold 12‐point font • Video (i.e., commercial, public service announcement) Content 1.5–2 minutes in length Reference list must be provided to instructor by the due date. •
Trifold Poster Presentation
Reference list attached to back of poster board •
The project will be graded on quality of the teaching project, accuracy of information, use of citations, use of Standard English grammar, sentence structure, creativity, and overall organization. • Follow the directions and grading criteria closely; your project will be graded on the criteria found in the rubric.