Research at Internship presentations and videos are happening all week. The schedule is in Google Classroom. Make sure you are fully prepared, and also that you are an active and engaged listener.
Research you should know about: drawing and writing by hand makes a difference.
Assignments are in Google Classroom. We're in the homestretch now.
Practice Applied Research with Graphs or Figures and Data
Can stock market professionals do better than throwing darts at pages of stock market listings?
Fill in each section of an applied SP using the data set below to answer the question. Use at least one figure or graph as part of your data table section and/or your conclusion. Do not forget any of the sections, a-j. See Google classroom if you need a reminder of the subparts of a sub-problem. Submit your group's Applied SP in Google classroom.
Updates are in Google classroom. Proposals are graded and ready to be picked up anytime.
Final remaining due date is this Wednesday, April 20, no later than 7:59 am, submit a complete (except for supporting evidence) Basic Subproblem in Google classroom.
I only have one item for you today, information about your Proposal.
1. Proposal draft is due on Wednesday in Google classroom and on paper for peer edit.
a. The grades of two peer editors will factor into your final grade.
b. You will receive a grade for your peer editing work as well.
c. On Wednesday, you will peer edit in your map conference group. I will give you peer editing forms. These forms plus your marked paper copy of the peer edited proposal will be due with your proposal.
2. Final Proposal is due on Monday, March 28, at 8:00 am in Google classroom.
3. Final Proposal is due on Monday, March 28, by 3:45 pm in the Magnet Office. You must include:
-- paper copy of your completed proposal
-- marked copy of your draft proposal from Wednesday's peer edit
-- both peer edit forms from Wednesday's peer edit
Please refer to my announcements in Google Classroom for more detailed information about the peer edit this week, the different types of subproblems, and the expected format of the Proposal.
Updates and assignments are posted in Google classroom.
Mon, 3/14: Research and Internship Cover Sheet due in ppt and pdf at 8:00 am
Wed, 3/16: Edited Research Concept Map due at 8:00 am
Proposal Checkpoint 1 - Wed 3/9 - skeletal page framework in google classroom
Proposal Checkpoint 2 - Wed 3/16 - Info from map filled into subproblems
Proposal Checkpoint 3 - Wed 3/23 - front matter (rationale, delimitations/assumptions/limitations, definitions and acronyms)
Final Proposal Due: Mon, 3/29, 8:00 am
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, we have map conferences. Check the schedule in Google Classroom and make sure that you arrive on time.
3rd Block Conferences start at 11:45. You will go to D lunch, not A lunch.
Bring 5 printed copies of your Concept Map with you.
In class on Wednesday, we will go over the proposal. You will create the basic structure of your proposal and turn it into Google Classroom by the end of class. If you are using LaTeX, bring your laptop to class so that you can share your script outline with me.
Check Google Classroom for guidelines and rubrics for the research map and conference.
Mon, Mar 6: Map due in Google Classroom
Mon, Mar 13: Research at Internship cover picture due in Google Classroom
Dr. Kate Maloney was considered a genetic anomaly as a child in her family of writers, readers and history and English majors. After a few career stops that include researching as a National Science Foundation Post-doc Fellowship, teaching at Georgia Tech, writing the manual for a 40G optical transport system, co-founding a small engineering business, she finds herself happily sharing her days with the best students in the world: Wheeler High kids. #WildcatNation