We encourage Presentations – Public Speaking!
Once the group(s) have selected the agency they would like to receive the grant students should be prepared to present their research, advocate, and persuade votes for their agency.
Suggestions on how to present their agency:
Get creative – allow your students to get creative – come up with fun engaging ways to present the research.
There are numerous ways for students to determine who should receive your grant. Factors include the amount of money you must award, program implementation, student participation, etc. This is where learning occurs.
Most Magnified Giving groups are rather large and limit voting rights to themselves. Determining who gets a vote and who doesn't is up to each group. In some schools, student participants earn "voting points" based upon their level of participation throughout the process – meeting attendance, site visit participation, fundraising events, and extra activities.
CREATIVE WAYS TO VOTE
Schools have also created their own hybrid approach to selecting a winner – it is up to each group to decide what works best for them.