14 weeks of teaching consist of lectures and exercises.
The course consists of 14 weeks of teaching. Teaching is here understood as a wide array of activities.
-Lectures: Lectures are typically given in the first two hours of class. They are focused on one set of development areas. They are Typically teacher centric, but students participation is highly encouraged.
-Project supervision: Supervision take place in the last two hours of class, and are focused on direct interaction between the teacher and the students developing the project, with the goal of providing early feedback on the production.
-External talks: external talks are often one hour long, and given by industry representatives, on topics that are either not addressed in class, or only superficially touched upon, and that are external to the core pensum of the course.
The course is structured around three mandatory deliverables, a project and a written assignment. Failure to submit these deliverable will mean that the student will not be eligible for the final exam. The mandatory deliverable have to be handed in by the end of the semester, together with the rest of the documentation, as they are also a part of the final grading. these are the mandatory deliverable.
-All students have to prepare an oral presentation
Students are expected to attend lectures and participate in project supervision.
During this course students will be required to hand in mandatory assignments (e.g. attendance, papers, exercises, presentations, productions), that need to be completed/approved before being eligible to register for the examination and e.g. being allowed to submit written work for examination. Failure to hand in these mandatory assignments on time will mean that the registration for examination is annulled.
These mandatory assignments are (Deadlines are posted separately, e.g. on the course blog): 3 mandatory assignments consisting of
* Art bible
* Initial Iteration
The exam takes 30 minutes, and includes Presentation, questions, voting and feedback.