Project-Based Learning Lab|
Fall 2019 not offered
In this course, students will bring ideas to life through project-based learning, translating theory to practice and developing a more sophisticated understanding of subjects they are studying in their other courses.
Students will enroll in the Project-Based Learning Lab with a problem they want to address or an idea they want to build. Throughout the semester, we will build a toolbox for studying problems and designing solutions. Themes will include systems thinking, root cause analysis, ethical community research, human-centered design, lean prototyping, and data-driven evaluation. There will be an emphasis on humility, teamwork, oral communication, responsible partnership, and lean experimentation. Most students will complete the semester having launched a basic MVP (minimum viable product) and a road map for continuing to pursue their idea after the conclusion of the semester.
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|Course Format: Lecture / Discussion||Grading Mode: Credit/Unsatisfactory|
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Students will compile their own reading list related to the problem/project they choose to pursue
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Grading is pass/fail and will be based on attendance, timely homework submission, class participation, and overall professionalism. Weekly homework is required and will be read by instructors but not graded. There will be no tests or quizzes.
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Students must apply for this course with a real-world problem they want to tackle and/or a real-world project they want to pursue. The instructor will select students based on whether their problems/projects are a good fit for the structure of this particular course, not based on the importance of the problems they want to tackle or the quality of the ideas they want to pursue.
To apply: bit.ly/pbll-app
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