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Syllabus

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Welcome to Introduction to Coding

Course Syllabus

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Goals of the Course

To learn to set a realistic goal based on an internet literature search, AND productively collaborating with Peers

To learn how to code and implement code in an embedded micro-controller

To learn fundamentals of electronic circuits

To learn how to formulate and express critical thinking without contradictions

To build team building skills 

 

 

Textbook

Make: Sensor

 

 

Graded Course Components

 

 

Written Components

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Problem Sets and Notebook 

Much of our class time will be spent working in teams and individually on problem sets. These problem

sets form the core of the course. They will encourage you to sharpen your conversation skills 

 

Project 

Throughout the semester, we will be using vocabulary to increase our understanding of French culture.  This work will culminate in the production and display of an informative collection of pages on our course wiki.

 

 

Examinations 

We will have two take-home midterms and a final exam. The take home midterms are tentatively scheduled

for XXXX and XXXX. The midterms will be worth 15% each. The date and time for the final exam is set

by the registrar. The final exam will be cumulative and will be worth 20% of your grade.

 

 

Other Information

 

 

 

Preparation, Attendance, and Pacing

This class meets weekly which means that a significant amount of the work for class will be occurring

between classes. In between classes you should ...

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Incomplete Grades

According to the university, the grade of "incomplete" is reserved for "exceptional cases, where an unanticipated event beyond ones control interferes with a student's completion of course requirements."  

 

Course Grade

Grading is on a straight scale (no curve), with 90%, 80%, 70%, 60% guaranteeing A-, B-, C-, and D- respectively. Remember that attendance is required and missing class can result in a grade reduction or even a failing grade.

 

 

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