Project Turn In Checklist

This is for students in the Advanced Topics in Mathematics II class at Torrey Pines High School.

How do I/we turn in a project?

  1. Consider the following and make corrections and edits as needed:
    1. Is the project well organized and does it follow the required guidelines? (Title, sections, explanations, comments, credits, etc.)
    2. Have you included appropriate written information that explains the work, process, or directions?
    3. Are all illustrations and/or plots properly labeled, if applicable?

  2. Finish your project, make sure it is free of errors (check with a fresh kernel), and proofread it.

  3. Make sure you include any credits and references to outside resources.

  4. If you are doing a client-based project, have your client complete the Client Evaluation Form and return that to you.

  5. Complete the Project Reflection Section and add it to your notebook or use the Project Turn In/Reflection Form, if needed.
    Consider the Learning Priorities and categories/types on the Information for Projects.

  6. Gather and complete any needed project forms. (Project Turn In/Reflection, Peer Review, and/or Client Evaluation).

  7. Upload the final version of your project to the appropriate page on the Google site.

  8. Turn in your Peer Review Form (and additional paperwork, if applicable) to Ms. Brown.

Turning in your paperwork signals that the file on the Google site is the final draft.