|Introduction||What are Impact Projects? | Gateway|
|Impact project stages||Your mentor | The Proposal | Progressing the plan | Presenting and Evaluating|
|Impact project framework||How they work | The Four Principles | Drivers | Tools and Processes | EOTC process|
|Impact project evaluation||4 principles evaluation rubric|
|Reference||Impact Project Glossary|
Maximising the Learning and Product
IP tools and processes -support the practices of- IP drivers -which lead to successful projects enabled by the - four principles of IPs.
Successful impact projects have strong links with four underlying principles: substantial learning beyond the classroom, a quality product, student ownership and participation, and contribution with the community. To get these principles happening in a project we practice the project drivers: reflection, planning tasks, collaboration, collecting evidence of learning and developing success criteria. During a project, these drivers interact in different ways and evolve to support your learning. The drivers are in turn enabled by a number of tools and processes that are selected and used depending on the needs of your project and the expertise of you and your group members. Your mentor is a key person to help you get the most out of these enabling structures in impact projects and help you take your learning into the future.