We’ll be spending our whole class today on your fourth project presentations.
Group 1, Room 1201:
Giselle, Vidushi, Sandra, Bobby, Kinjal, Keren, Tanvi, Amaya, Vasu, Sushanto, Shanshan, Jocelyn, Andre, Ina, Sarah
Group 2, Room 1006:
Shivi, Lucine, Dusha, Caroline, Fahila, Myriam, Madhura, Hamza, Dhruv, Kendall, Mariia, Abhishek, Azra, Sanjana, Dayna, Chi
Again, the format: each student will have about 5 minutes to present their work. In this time, introduce us to your channel and your interface concept, and then show us your final site. Be sure to demonstrate its responsiveness, interactivity, and states thoroughly. You can also explain your challenges and what you’d improve on with additional time or experience. Each presentation will be followed by a few minutes of feedback and critique from your classmates and from us.
Per our community agreement (and courtesy), the presenting student “has the floor.” Everyone else should close their laptops and turn off their phones—and nobody should
We will still take a 10-minute break, sometime midway through the presentations.
We will both be reviewing the other group’s projects outside of class—and your score will then be an average across both instructors. So make sure your links work! You’ll get individual feedback from us both, as well.
For next week
We’ll be starting our fifth and final unit, If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
Read our main text selection, in preparation: What Is Code?
Paul Ford, 2015
Add your reading synthesis, as before:
Complete (and submit) the first phase of your final project, Define your problem.
Thoroughly read the project description, come up with your problems, and write your proposal. We are going to be working on this for the rest of the semester, so give yourself time here to ensure a good foundation:
There is a discussion of the proposal (and project) at the end of the Group 1 video.
Watch the recording for the group you were not in, below! You have as much to learn from your classmates’ projects (and their critique) as from your own.
Session recording (Group 1)
Session recording (Group 2)