Typically completed by 10-14 year olds (Key Stages 2 and 3), students work collaboratively on a five hour project or challenge in self-managed groups. They record and reflect on their work during the project, using a CREST Discovery passport, and communicate their findings as a group presentation.
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Team challenge briefing Aim Your team is asked to create a concept for a sustainable start-up business that will benefit your local community in the future. Research the effect of climate change and how this might affect your community in the future. Take note of the solutions that are already in operation in the fight against climate change. You can use books or the internet for your research. You must work together as a team to: • Produce a final concept for a start-up business. The business must be either an App, an Invention or a Communications Campaign. • Write and deliver a 5-minute presentation with all team members being involved. You should think about: • Using the individual strengths of your team members • How you will research the information you will need • How your team will cooperate with each other to complete the challenge. Project manager role One person will be selected to take on the role of Project Manager. This role is to oversee the entire project and make sure that all team members work together and share information. They will also take responsibility for meeting team deadlines. Key tasks of the Project Manager are: • Attend project manager briefing. • Manage your team members to the best of their capabilities. • Resolve disagreements. • Give encouragement and advice to team members. • Make key decisions about the project. • Ensure there is an even distribution of workload – reassign team members where necessary. • Maintain the high standard of work produced by your team. • Take the opinions of all team members into consideration. • Assign team members into specific role responsibilities, where necessary.