Streveler_12b_project2_milestone2_feedback_LI

Streveler_12b_project2_milestone2_feedback_LI - ENGR 195:...

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ENGR 195: Class 12 b Project 2, Milestone 2: Peer Feedback As you come in please… - Homework 6  middle of your table - Take out ONLY 2 computers (one for each side of your table) - DO NOT turn on computers yet - DO NOT take out personal computers
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Today we will… Collect Homework 6 Milestone 2 Rubric Self-Assessment Provide Peer Feedback Complete Response to Feedback Email Feedback forms Homework 5 & COC Feedback/Returned
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A Good Reviewer Accepts the responsibility for helping others improve their work Is always respectful Focuses on content rather than individuals Reviews and understands the evaluation criteria (e.g. rubric items) Provides evidence that the work has been read, observed, examined… carefully “Gets into the space” …uses the product, follows and applies a method…. Conducts a thorough and complete evaluation
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Project 2, Milestone 2 Evaluation Criteria (Items 1-5) Problem Formulation Description 1. Traffic Intersection Clearly describes the traffic intersection under consideration 2. Problem Statement Presents a clear statement of the problem based on information gathered 3. Key Stakeholders Multiple stakeholders and their needs are identified 4. Criteria and Constraints Multiple solution attributes are identified Multiple solution limitations are identified 5. Project Management Plan Tasks identified to complete the project go beyond the detail provided in Project 2 Overview document Tasks are clearly assigned to the team and team members Sequencing, iteration, and timing of tasks is appropriate for the project
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Project 2, Milestone 2 Evaluation Criteria (Items 1-5) Problem Formulation Description 1. Traffic Intersection Complete intersection description? Including existing conditions (lights, crosswalks…), traffic data, images or diagrams. 2. Problem Statement Clear 1-2 sentence statement of the problem to be solved + relevant details (must include date or other evidence to demonstrate the problems identified) 3. Key Stakeholders Goes beyond identifying drivers, pedestrians, and bicyclists 4. Criteria and Constraints Format  List CRITERIA: Clear attributes linked to problem statement and supported with evidence CONSTRAINTS:
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2012 for the course ENGR 195 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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