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ICT Advanced Topics: Final Project


Overview

With nine days left of class, our task is to prepare final projects which will apply the skills you have learned during the year. Your presentation of your final project will the last graded assignment for the class.

Due Date

Final projects are due the day they are presented.

Evalution

Your progress will be evaluated each week and you will be given a grade according to the following rubric:

Exceeds expectations (A):
Project is very well planned and very well executed. Almost all of the skills and concepts learned in the course this semester are evident. During the project presentation, the presenter explicitly references almost all of these skills and concepts and shows how they were deployed in the project.
Meets expectaions (B):
Project is well planned and well executed. Most of the skills and concepts learned in the course this semester are evident. During the project presentation, the presenter explicitly references most of these skills and concepts and shows how they were deployed in the project.
Partially meets expectaions (C):
Project shows some planning and basically works as desired. Many of the skills and concepts learned in the course this semester are evident. During the project presentation, the presenter explicitly references some of these skills and concepts and shows how they were deployed in the project.
At least you showed up (D):
Project shows some planning and effort. Some of the skills and concepts learned in the course this semester are evident. During the project presentation, the presenter explicitly references some of these skills and concepts and shows how they were deployed in the project.
Failed to make an appearance (E):
Did not make or present a final project. No evidence of course mastery.

Presentation List

Presenter(s)Presentation Title
AkiTic-Tac-Toe
StevenDrag and Drop Quiz
MariaA New Web Designer
ErfanAndroid Charge Calculator
AlexHow to Hack #MLG
KennethPunny Book
LuisGetting Down with jQuery
EverThe Good Changes on My Web Page
CarlosMy Web Page Design
RomarioGetting Acquainted with jQuery
SergioA jQuery Project
JonathanMonty Python with JavaScript
MasudScript Game

Note: All web pages made for this class should use valid HTML 5 and CSS 3.