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Newbery Medalist
Newbery Medalist

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The Newbery Medalist badge represents the skill students gained in order to successfully create a children's book through collaborating with others in the program. In order to maintain a positive working environment so that good progress is made, students will need to recognize the importance of constructive criticism and peer feedback. With this they will compete to create the best "masterpiece" by the end of the six week summer program.

Issuer:

Arab American Action Network
http://www.aaan.org/

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Badge Type: skill

Expected Duration: 6 Weeks

Critera

  1. The ability to construct a children's book which has all aspects of a complete story (introduction, problem, resolution, conclusion, etc).
  2. A proper understanding of the significance of teamwork and peer feedback in order to achieve a common goal.
  3. The ability to enthusiastically present their "masterpiece" to their fellow peers and instructors on the last day of the six week program.

Earn by participating in:

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Badge is awarded to students who create a children's storybook.

Book Buddy Project

Badge is awarded to students who create a children's storybook.

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