Designing K-12 Collaborative Web Projects:
6 Pieces of the Pie

© 1999 June Julian

PICPIE

1 P articipation
2 I nteraction
3 C ontent
4 P romotion
5 I nfo Collection & Distribution
6 E valuation


Round Table Session Curriculum & Instruction 1999 National Art Education Association Convention, Washington, D.C. June Julian, Ed.D. PICPIE
1. To encourage inclusive PARTICIPATION: - maximize wide open project invitation -global & intergenerational -individuals & groups -consider time frame re: geography, culture, season, etc. 2. To provide for diverse modes of INTERACTION: -include opportunities for exchange of text, imagery, & multimedia, (or other) -online forms (e-mail, comment, survey, etc.) 3. To provide for open interpretation of thematic CONTENT: -encourage inclusive, flexible theme idea -embed initial varied demo pages & alternative spaces 4. To provide for optimum PROMOTION: -engage in determined, consistent, & targeted promotion efforts in digital and analog formats -seek out Web links -observe online project gathering a life of its own as it develops in real time 5. To provide for expedient INFORMATION COLLECTION & DISTRIBUTION: -accept all means of receiving materials -standard e-mail text -e-mail attachments for graphics, documents, sound & video files -URLs as links -snail mail option - to generate more response, put new material on the site as soon as it comes in -quickly notify participants of their URLs 6. To provide for appropriate opportunities for project EVALUATION: -include ongoing online evaluation tools on the site -online forms: for e-mail, comments, survey -possibility of interactive archive -implement ongoing project modifications as appropriate

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