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Thursday In class run through


Show your physical products that you have created on the current project and through the semester.

Show the code that you have written

What have you learned this semester?

What would you do next on the project if you had more time, resources, etc.


Some possible products to show:

  • Notes on your project organized in a notebook or other presentation
  • Circuits that you have built, tested or used
  • Tools that you have used and the techniques that you have used with them.
  • Blog postings and other online documentation.
  • Photos and video of your project and process.





Guests and visitors will be present to see the work that you have done. You will need to be prepared with functioning devices and completed documentation.



Semester Showcase Grading


Project: 40%

  • Project completion:
  • Is the project done and representative of the amount of time that has been dedicated to the project?
  • Did you do the project?
  • Is the project your own work?
  • Do you have a completed version of your project to show on time?
  • Have you reached a point where you can show the project and have it work in meaningful ways with as few bugs and design flaws as possible?


Documentation: 30%

  • Can you show the process of doing your project?
  • Does your online documentation show what you have done?
  • Have you built a blog or wiki that gives the reader an indication of what you have done on each of the days you have worked on the project?
  • Do you have evidence, such as project notes, photos and video of the work that you have done?
  • Do you have physical notes, Quick Simple Problem Cards, photos, video and text that illustrates the work you have done?


Presentation: 30%

  • Can you explain your project to your audience?

This may include: You can tell about the project, what you have done and why, and can answer questions about the decisions you have made.

  • Do you have physical products to help illustrate the work you have done?

These may include: The device or program you have made, printouts of code, circuits you have built, photos and video organized in a logical and thoughtful manner.

  • Are you able to explain the steps you followed?
  • Can you explain the reasons for various design choices on your project?


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