Criteria club website assembly cost effective yes yes

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of who receives the information. Criteria Club Website Assembly Cost Effective Yes Yes No Time No Yes Yes Fewer Resources Required No Yes No No Additional Skills Required Yes No No Personal Interaction Yes No No Able to show Progress Yes No No Non-interference with SOL’s Yes Yes No Distance No Yes No Demographic Yes No Yes Design: Club Justification: (use criteria from above and other things, like contact) Our choice to pursue the creation of a middle school club program was based on the belief that the personal interaction and connection associated with our message would be most effective with a core group of students. While a website has the potential to reach a widespread audience it does not guarantee that the information will be absorbed and resonate to the degree that we desire and an assembly concept could be effective, but takes a mass coordination with teachers and administration and is only a single day affair. Most of the resources necessary for club development are attainable, and we will be in direct control of interaction with students and the information we wish to relay. Timeline for design implementation. Nov1st-Nov 5 th – Start up meeting with Lindsay Snoddy, surpervising teacher, and prospective turbine installer at Henley Middle School in Crozet. Wind Turbine Installation- Oct 10 th – Nov. 7 th Nov 10 th - Nov 22 nd - Create first set of lesson plans for students and make plans for “Club Kick Off” Meeting Before Thanksgiving Break - (official date for first meeting will be determined after initial meeting with supervising teacher) - Have first Meeting and conduct Sustainability Pre-assessment
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The time for the following meetings will be determined after first meeting, but we hope to have a least two more meetings before the semester’s end. During the last meeting before the end of the semester we plan to conduct a Sustainability Post-assessment.
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  • Fall '10
  • PhineasMarshall
  • club, Community Events, personal interaction

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