Answered by Kristin, August 19, 2017.
A: Hi Marie, Thank you for your question. EPIC Time is designed for high school. I am sorry this information was not in the description. I just added it!. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Have a wonderful weekend! -Kristin
Answered by Cynthia Simpson, April 30, 2018.
A: This is not a question but a response to the grade level question. I used it this year with Advanced 5th graders. It worked beautifully. I had to tweak the rubrics a bit to reflect the standards I was teaching but the general outline will work with all of middle school, I believe.
Answered by Kristin, August 21, 2017.
A: Thanks for your question!
Yes it would. EPIC Time was written to be adaptable to conform to the needs of teachers and their students.
Here is how you could adapt to fit 8th graders:
-Consider making it a group project so that students share in the work and it would feel more manageable.
-Narrow their focus at the start of the project; instead of saying discover a solution to ANY community problem; provide a list of 5-10 community problems to get them started. A student could always come up with something different but to make the project seem more do-able to an 8th grader, giving them that base would really help.
-Adjust the requirements of the written assignments so that they are more manageable.
Thanks for your question! -Kristin
Q:Do you have sample pages of the product? Do you have examples of completed PBL projects that we can use as models/examples?
Answered by Customer Service, September 7, 2017.
There are a few sample pages on the item detail page for the item. We offer a 100% money back guarantee. If you were to purchase the item and it is not what you end up needing you can return it for a refund of the item price.
Q:Is there a way to purchase the digital download and print book together?