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- FINISH YOUR WEBSITE.
- TAKE THE POST-PROJECT TEST it is found at the bottom of the Web Development unit overview page on Code Studio (studio.code.org/s/csd2-2019).
- COMPLETE THE CS Discoveries Post Course survey
- WITH 20 MINUTES REMAINING IN CLASS WE WILL ROTATE AROUND THE ROOM & CRITIQUE EACH OTHER’S SITES.
- You should now have a polished product you are proud of. An important part of any major project is to get feedback from people not working on that project with you. They may bring some perspective you might have missed. We will spend today giving and getting feedback. Then you will reflect on how to put this feedback into action.
Reflect: Peer Review
- Get a copy of the peer review guide.
- Get with a partner.
- Peer Review Process–Students will:
- Open up their website projects in Web Lab.
- Fill in the top part of the worksheet, identifying what they would like feedback on.
- Trade places with their partner so their partner is now looking at their sheet and website.
- Give feedback on partner’s work.
- Switch back to their sheet and website to review feedback.
- Make a plan for implementing some of the feedback.
Plan and Try: Final Touches
- Return to Code Studio and make any improvements that were identified in the peer review session. If you did not get any suggestions from the peer review, ask your teacher to give some suggestions.
- Be sure to also review the rubric as a final way to check your work.
Reflect: Final Reflection
- Setup: You will need your journal and all of your screenshots of the progress on your home page. Print each screenshot.
- In your journal respond to each of the following:
- I am most proud of the following aspect(s) of my personal website:
- The biggest challenge that I overcame so far in making my personal website:
- Improvements I still want to make to my website are:
- If I knew at the beginning of this project what I know now, I would have started it differently by doing this:
- I would describe the level of effort I’ve invested into this project as:
- Go to Lesson 14, Level 3 in Code Studio to complete your reflection on your attitudes toward computer science. Your answers are anonymous.
Showcase Set Up
- Setup: Students need:
- A computer to display the website.
- A way to display their website progression screenshots
Student Website Showcase
- You should stand next to your computer and talk to people attending the showcase about your work.