Today I will model an example of a Level 4 presentation of my OBP (the Hackintosh). I will be using Keynote off of my iPad along with the AppleTV hooked up to the Smartboard. This is only one way you could present this information, and the main goal is to show you how to focus on the main details (specifics and precise information is best left for your written learning log).
Your presentations will take place on Monday.
Those of you who have built systems for your OBPs are asked to take them home tonight if you are NOT using them in your oral presentations on Monday.
TEJ3MI students are also reminded that their career project is now past due.
Great battles today! It was fantastic to see three uniquely different solutions in the Sumo Battles. The crowd in the foyer also seemed to enjoy your efforts as well.
Grade 11s are reminded to complete a detailed PMI (Plus Minus Improvements) Chart and hand it in before the end of Monday's class. This can be in point form, and I only need one from each team. You can use whatever format you wish, including photos as well, as long as you cover the three areas listed above.
Video of the event will be posted soon.
All learning log presentations will take place on Monday, June 18th. The learning logs themselves are due no later than Wednesday, June 20th. Remember that while the Learning Log should be full of specifics and evidence, the presentation is more of an overview of the major highlights of your journey. DO NOT get up in front of the class and simply read your learning log.
Presentations can take place in any format you wish (powerpoint/keynote, chalk talk, slideshow, video clips, website, Prezi, etc). Learning Logs are also acceptable in any of the following formats: website, wiki, blog, or journal (either typed or handwritten).
As we have discussed in class over the past three weeks, your learning log and presentation should cover at least the following categories:
1) Motivation/Reason for your project
4) Procedure and Accomplishments
5) Setbacks/Frustrations and How You Solved the Problem
6) Future/Next Steps
Computerworld has posted an excellent article on IT jobs that are in demand, and what areas prospective employers are looking for experts in to fill outstanding positions. It is worth the look, especially for those of you who are thinking about entering post-secondary studies in this area.
This will be the on-line binder for TEJ3/4MI