Final Project

 

Be sure to review the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document and the course syllabus before completing this task.

Issues you should address in this journal include the following:

•Pain points, successes, concepts still unclear, or questions in drafting the final project
•Next steps in the course and how these will build off of what you learned in this module, or a description of how the integration of skills or your

experience in zyBooks over multiple modules is helping you progress to become more confident in your programming skills

IT 145 Final Project Skill Building Journal Guidelines and Rubric
Overview: This journal activity is private between you and the instructor. Journal entries are graded individually. Review this tutorial for

information on creating
a Blackboard journal entry. These skill building journals will be utilized throughout the course, and will provide you with the opportunity to receive

assistance
throughout the course on the skills you are building to prepare you to be able to create a program for your final project. These journals will assist

you with
challenges and alert your instructor to areas in which you are in need of assistance. They provide a space to talk about your successes and talk

through the
integration of your skills as you progress and get more sophisticated in your programming knowledge and experience.
As you work on your course material you may find areas within the assignment, or within your coding, that are messy and confusing. You may not see how

all of
the modules and topics are related. This journal activity is your opportunity to get private, direct assistance from your instructor. It is essential

that you complete
this journal and share your challenges with your instructor. If you are not struggling, it is equally as important to use this space to document your

successes. Part
of this assignment is to look at your syllabus and final project document to document what you are learning and connect this to what you have done and

what
you have yet to do.
Prompt: Be sure to review the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document and your course syllabus before completing this task.
Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:
I. Identify pain points, any concepts still unclear, successes, or questions in the skills gained this module that you will apply when creating your

final
project program, including key details.
II. Identify next steps in the course and how will these build off what you learned this week, or describe how the integration of skills or your

experience in
ZyBooks over multiple modules is helping you progress to become more confident in your programming skills. Include key details.
Guidelines for Submission: Your journal entry should be 2 to 3 paragraphs in length and can be submitted either directly through the Blackboard journal

tool or
as a Word document attachment.
Instructor Feedback: This activity uses an integrated rubric in Blackboard. Students can view instructor feedback in the Grade Center. For more

information,
review these instructions.
Critical Elements Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (70%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Pain Points, Concepts
Still Unclear, Successes,
or Questions
Identifies pain points, concepts still
unclear, successes, or questions in
drafting the final project, including key
details
Identifies pain points, concepts still
unclear, successes, or questions in
drafting the final project, with some
gaps in details or clarity
Does not identify pain points, concepts
still unclear, successes, or questions in
drafting the final project
45Next Steps or the
Integration of Skills
Identifies next steps or the integration
of skills based on the specific skills and
content addressed in this module,
including key details
Identifies next steps or the integration
of skills based on the specific skills and
content addressed in this module, with
some gaps in details or clarity
Does not identify next steps or the
integration of skills based on the
specific skills and content addressed in
this module
45
Articulation of Response Submission has no major errors related
to citations, grammar, spelling, syntax,
or organization
Submission has major errors related to
citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or
organization that negatively impact
readability and articulation of main
ideas
Submission has critical errors related to
citations, grammar, spelling, syntax, or
organization that prevent
understanding of ideas
10
Total 100%

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