Dynamic Deliverable Project Who: This is an individual effort assignment from ea

Dynamic Deliverable Project
This is an individual effort assignment from ea

Dynamic Deliverable Project
This is an individual effort assignment from each student in the course.
It is important to remember this assignment links back to the possible solution in the final proposal assignment. For example, If your solution to the lack of teams in the WNBA is to write an NBA bylaw that requires NBA teams to also have a “sister” WNBA team. The dynamic deliverable would be that bylaw. If your solution is to have a TV campaign to encourage fans to write letters to NBA owners (who don’t have a WNBA team) and encourage them to start one, the dynamic deliverable would be an original video of that TV commercial.
The Dynamic Deliverable is the implementation (or proof of implementation) of students’ proposed solution. Previously submitted Dynamic Deliverables include, but are not limited to, websites students developed about their chosen themes, paintings, and a screenshot of the submission to the CDC of a student’s proposal. In the case of the student referenced in the Final Project Product Proposal as an example, for his dynamic deliverable, he submitted an image of his own painting of a melting earth due to climate change.
The “deliverable(s)” you create will mirror (to some extent) the types of materials your professor will utilize in the course to deliver content in diverse ways—to foster interest & problem/trend/issue analysis, provide additional context, and appeal to varying learning styles, abilities, and preferences of students en route to global awareness, perspective taking, & global engagement.
The Dynamic Deliverable may consist of student-created, original items such as, but not limited to:
Podcasts/Recorded Interview
TED (style) Talk/Speech (video recorded)
Poetry Series Composition
Music Composition & Performance
White-paper for Recommended Policy Change to Those in Power
Public Service Announcement Poster Series/Video Commercial
Product Prototype
Original Photography
Narrative Short Story
Targeted Program Development/Service Delivery Model
Scripted Mini-Movie
Site-Visit Observation, Critique, Formal Improvement Recommendation
Students are also welcome and encouraged to propose solution-commentary-advocacy-activism “deliverable” materials they would like to pursue beyond this list.Public Service Announcement Poster Series

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