Final: Final Presentation

Post a link to the Final Presentation in a post below. Be sure to (1) have the name of your group at the top, (2) add all your teammates as collaborators, and (3) make sure permissions are set so accessible to all.

Suggestions on Final Presentations:

  • TED-talk style presentation
    • Total presentation should be 15 minutes
    • This includes Q&A w/ panel/audience
    • ~10 to 12 minutes + ~3 to 5 minutes discussion
      • Presentation should include the video (2 to 3 min)
      • So 7 to 10 minutes actual talking/presenting
  • "This is what really happened"
  • Set the stage: learning goals, developmental domain
  • Intended solution
    • Describe the product
  • Data collection, analysis, findings
    • Evidence that it’s working
    • Data intensive, pre/post, kid feedback, etc.
  • Next steps/improvements (V2(next) look like?)

Final Presentation


Annalisa DeBari: Mechanical Engineering 2018, ME84

Sophie Fox: Mechanical Engineering 2021, CD114

James Liao: Mechanical Engineering 2020, ME84

Andrew Sack: Mechanical Engineering 2020, ME84

Naomi Durand: Mechanical Engineering 2021, CD114

Emily Tannenbaum: Mechanical Engineering 2018, CD114

Sahana Karthik: Mechanical Engineering 2019, ME84

Apr 26 2018 Read →

Slice it!

Presentation Link

Apr 26 2018 Read →


Meha Elhence, Riley Kolus, Rob Hrabchak, Kyle Paul, Hyejin Im

Apr 24 2018 Read →

"You Got the Feels?!" (previously known as "Racing Emotions")

Mary Egwim, Osvaldo Calzada

Shunta Muto, Madhu Govind

Apr 24 2018 Read →

MagLev Education

Presentation link:

Co-authors: Alex Klein, Brian Reaney, Jete Thames, Eva Denman

Apr 24 2018 Read →

Group Name: BRYAN

Members: Julio Salazar, Raven Fournier, Maya Kurzman, Jonah Loeb, Alex Scheman, Yue Zhang

Apr 23 2018 Read →