I HAVE NOT CHOSEN A TOPIC AREA SO FEEL FREE TO DO SO. I WORK WITH CHILDREN AGED

I HAVE NOT CHOSEN A TOPIC AREA SO FEEL FREE TO DO SO. I WORK WITH CHILDREN AGED

I HAVE NOT CHOSEN A TOPIC AREA SO FEEL FREE TO DO SO. I WORK WITH CHILDREN AGED 2-18 WHO HAVE DEALT WITH TRAUMA.
The Capstone Project (CP) Product Proposal is a tool for students, instructors/mentors, and the program to assess progress, planning, and execution of the Capstone in its entirety.  Concentration year students will engage in an iterative process via various writing assignments throughout Colloquium I to complete the CP Product Proposal. This iterative process aids students in articulating their ideas and plans for the Capstone project.  
Completion of this proposal at the end of the Summer session is an indication of the student’s commitment to ongoing engagement in the DSW program and the completion of the CP requirement.  The final CP Product Proposal will be submitted, graded, and approved in Colloquium I.  Approval of the Capstone Project Product Proposal denotes that the student has transitioned from DSW Student to DSW Candidate.
Instructions:  Overview of the Scholarship Agenda
In two to three pages, provide an introduction/overview of your Capstone project.  Succinctly describe your state purpose that will thread your three products together. 
Consider the following questions:
Introduce your topic area.  Why is it important to the social work profession? How does it connect to your concentration area? Is there a practice problem/challenge connected to your topic area – if so, what is that challenge?
What are key terms that are related to your topic? Keep your reader and audience in mind – what key term definitions would be helpful in their understanding of your topic?
Develop foundational background, grounded in research, for your topic area.  What does your reader/audience need to know to understand your topic/purpose?  Do you know what theory you will apply to better understand your topic area – if so, discuss it in the background.  
Conclusion/Transition paragraph to the remainder of your Capstone Proposal.
Tips:
Brainstorm an outline or use conceptual mapping to help you gather your ideas about your Capstone Project
Two to three pages is not long, which makes it imperative that you are clear, critical, and concise in your writing. 
Use APA 7th edition formatting throughout the entire Capstone Product Outline, including in-text citations and references.  References are not included in the page count.