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Unformatted text preview: Student-Generated Solutions ME 274 – Summer 2010 CMK This semester I will be asking you to work in teams of two students to produce solutions for homework-type problems for posting on the course blog. There are two motivating factors for this project. One, we find that students gain from taking ownership of a problem-solving task. You do better when you know that others will be seeing your work. Two, other students in the class gain from your work. Everyone has access to more solved problems that they would otherwise. During the first week of class, I will ask the class to pair up into two-person teams. Each team will be asked to produce solutions for two problems during the semester. We will be using some new technology (smart pens) that will allow you to record both your handwriting and your voice as you talk through the solution. These videos solutions will then be posted on the course blog. • Copies of the problem statements can be found under the STUDENT SOLUTIONS link in the right sidebar of the course blog. • A schedule for due dates of these problems (broken down by team number) is also available under the STUDENT SOLUTIONS link (also included here for your inspection). I will ask you to fill out this form in class sometime during the first week of class. • You will be provided with detailed instructions on producing and publishing your solution videos later on in the semester. • Your participation in this project will earn you your 2% blog points for the course. Let me know if you have questions on this project. SGS Video Teams ME 274 – Summer 2010 Team # SGS Problems (due date) 1 2/244 (June 28) 3/231 (July 14) 2 5/187 (June 28) 3/235 (July 16) 3 5/194 (June 28) 3/236 (July 16) 4 5/191 (June 28) 6/13 (July 19) 5 5/190 (June 28) 6/16 (July 19) 6 5/177 (June 28) 6/27 (July 20) 7 5/197 (June 29) 6/75 (July 20) 8 7/5 (June 30) 6/101 (July 21) 9 7/13 (July 1) 6/102 (July 21) 10 7/27 (July 5) 6/119 (July 26) 11 3/18 (July 8) 6/128 (July 26) 12 3/69 (July 8) 6/129 (July 26) 13 3/74 (July 8) 6/139 (July 27) 14 3/128 (July 9) 6/148 (July 27) 15 3/131 (July 9) 6/175 (July 28) 16 3/161 (July 12) 6/196 (July 28) 17 3/187 (July 13) 6/226 (July 29) 18 3/264 (July 14) 8/128 (July 30) 19 3/271 (July 14) 8/131 (Aug 2) Member #1 Member #2 ...
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