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Capturing the Capstone The Capstone Project: State of Tennessee. Brenda Ables and Janis Kyser email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. Background and Rationale. The High School Transition Policy: adopted January 2008 by the SBOE Recommends: a Capstone experience for seniors
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Brenda Ables and Janis Kyser
who can advise
Willing to have
Able to give
FeedbackDocumented Research(under the Guidance of a Mentor)
Example: Model of Repairs Needed for Limestone Dams in Tennessee
Example: Extended Essay for IB Diploma Programme
Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet, Nashville, TN
Welcome to Senior Capstone! We hope you take full advantage of this opportunity to design and partake in a meaningful learning experience that will allow you to explore possible careers/areas of study. . . . It is crucial that you identify and arrange a jobsite/mentor before returning to school in the fall. You will need to do some
legwork by making inquiries of your own.
Once you have identified a mentor, fill out
and submit the “Mentor and Placement
Confirmation” forms (see attached). These
forms are to be on file before you start at
your capstone site (Hume-Fogg Student
Capstone Guidelines, 2008-09).
Contact John Lee, Faculty Facilitator:
Blackman High School, Murfreesboro, TN
in partnership with TDOE and under the guidance of VE Central Offices in New York City
*39 TN schools now offer VE.
*45 businesses/firms participate.
*Contact Cindy Boyd, Director:
School for Science and Math at Vanderbilt (SSMV)
Winterim at Harpeth Hall School, Nashville, TN
The Mayor's Office, Metropolitan Courthouse, Nashville, TN 37201615.862.5009 | email@example.com
1. Identify a problem/project.
2. Provide supervised service.
3. Reflect to clarify values.
4. Celebrate successes.
Governor’s Study Partner Program (GSPP)
Michael Pocchiari, Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
(1) vision and leadership, (2) curriculum,
(3) professional development,
(4) partnership and community,
(5) continuous improvementJennifer Piscatelli, Education Commission of the States (2006),
Father Ryan High School, Nashville, TN
Nancy Langdon, Registrar: www.fatherryan.org