Explanation of Project Narrative
Your project must contain a CyberFair Project Narrative that provides important information about your project to the judges and other viewers of your site.
IMPORTANT: The CyberFair Project Narrative must be submitted using the project narrative form located in your personal CyberFair Checklist.
Click here to view CyberFair Project Narrative sample questions
IMPORTANT: The purpose of CyberFair is to encourage schools and their communities to use the Internet to support student achievement, establish partnerships, share resources, and work together to accomplish common goals.
The theme for
CyberFair 2023 is BE KIND & Unite!
Sharing stories about about people, places and things that are improving your community and your lives by being KIND.
In partnership with the World Future Society, youth are asked to share their dreams for the future - by thinking about the possible future, the probable future, the preferable future and the preventable future.
As part of your CyberFair Project Narrative you will document how your project addresses both the purpose and the theme of CyberFair.
PLEASE DO NOT WAIT!
An outstanding project narrative will tell an interesting story about your project and its impact upon student learning and within your community. It will clearly show how the project meets or exceeds objectives for both the CyberFair contest and the category in which it's entered.
Teachers and students should work together to complete the Project Narrative. Discuss each section with the students. Brainstorm ideas and wording. Assign a small group of students to create a draft. Discuss their draft with the group until the group reaches a consensus, and then have another group complete this form. If time represents a problem the teacher may take the lead, but the input and consensus of your students should be an integral part of the final completion of this form.
Former CyberFair teachers reported that completing the Project Narrative was a valuable and worthwhile activity. This kind of reflection and reporting will be a useful conclusion to your learning project. Many schools have used the information in their Project Narratives to apply for grants and to makes reports to their school boards and to the local media.
Important: The CyberFair Project Narrative must be submitted using the project narrative form. You may access the project narrative form in your personal CyberFair Checklist.
Click here to view sample questions for the CyberFair Project Narrative.