Friday, 14 September 2012

I&E posters

Hi Mr Dennis,

Here are my group's posters. 

Thanks!
Teh Howe Wee
Marcus Loh
Ho Zong Han
Dylan Goh
Ethan Lee

Sunday, 26 August 2012

Our Group's posters




Hi Mr Dennis,

Here are my group's posters. 

Thanks!
Teh Howe Wee
Marcus Loh
Ho Zong Han
Dylan Goh

Ethan Lee
S203

Saturday, 25 August 2012

Friday, 24 August 2012

I&E Posters

Hi Mr Dennis,

Here are my group's posters. 

Thanks!
Sharifa Suhailah
Jemaimah
Sarah Aqilah
Dhruti



Balram 
S203

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Team Details

Members : Julian Tan, Joshua Leong, Ng Kai Chek, Nur Fathiah, Lee Jee hoon, Gregory Ooi

Brand Name:

PANDA.G


Tagline:

Grab N' Strum


Vision/Mission:

In order to allow the customers to make an customized guitar in reasonable budget.


Type of Business:


Customized Solid Body guitar

Customized Hollow Body Guitar

Team Details

The team:

Muhamad Danish
Allen Kim
Loynes Poh
Mohamad Adam
Lee Yong Lin

What we do:

We are making a theme park that surrounds the hotel.

We're called:

Boom SHIOKlaka

Tagline:

Unexpect the Expected

Team Details

Just Terrence and Deming.

Moving Models is our name.

We simply design die-cast scale models of different vehicles, and add moving parts to them (Rolling wheels etc)

Tagline is Bringing Models to life.

Saturday, 12 May 2012

Our Team Details

The Team:

1.Howe Wee
2.Ethan Lee
3.Marcus Loh
4.Dylan Goh
5.Zong Han

What we do:

We sell and design movie merchandise

And we're called...

MovieHub

The tagline you'll (hopefully) remember is...

Posters, tags, we have it all!

Thursday, 26 April 2012

Our Team Details

The Team:

1. Sharifa
2. Jemaimah
3. Sarah
4. Dhruti
5. Balram

What we do:

Designer Beverages (F&B Industry)

And we're called...

"Parched!"

The tagline you'll (hopefully) remember is...

"It's your drink!" (but we might change this to "This just ain't mainstream" or "A different drink")

Best Regards,
--
Balram Sharma
S2-03
School of Science and Technology, Singapore

Thursday, 1 March 2012

Social Innovation Assessment Rubric


Hi Sec 2 SST students,

We will be using two rubrics to assess your Social Innovation Project. Kindly refer to the following:

Evaluation Rubric 1
Criteria / Levels
Ownership
Reflective Thinking
Creative Thinking
Project Management
Understanding of Innovative Process

Level 4 Accomplished
The pupil is knowledgeable and enthusiastic about every aspect of his / her product.

The pupil is keenly aware of his / her own thinking and is always evaluating the effectiveness of his / her own actions.

The pupil always generates new ways of viewing a situation outside the boundaries of standard convention.

The pupil manages his / her time very well, meeting all of the target timelines that were set.

The pupil fully understands and applies innovative process.

Level 3
Competent
The pupil is knowledgeable and enthusiastic about most aspects of his / her product.

The pupil is aware of his / her own thinking and is   evaluating the effectiveness of his / her own actions most of the time.

The pupil generates new ways of viewing a situation outside the boundaries of standard convention most of the time.

The pupil manages his / her time well, meeting most of the target timelines that were set.

The pupil mostly understands and applies the innovative process.

Level 2 Developing
The pupil is knowledgeable and enthusiastic about some aspects of his / her product.

The pupil is aware of his / her own thinking and evaluates the effectiveness of his / her own actions some of the time.
The pupil generates new ways of viewing a situation outside the boundaries of standard convention some of the time.

The pupil does not manage his / her time well, meeting only some of the target timelines that were set.

The pupil partially understands and applies the innovative process.

Level 1
Needs Improvement
The pupil is knowledgeable and enthusiastic about few aspects of his / her product.

The pupil is not aware of his / her own thinking and does not evaluate the effectiveness of his / her own actions.

The pupil does not generate new ways of viewing a situation outside the boundaries of standard convention.

The pupil is unable to manage his / her time at all, missing all of the target timelines that were set.

The pupil does not understand and apply the innovative process.


Evaluation Rubrics 2



Criteria / Levels
Product Model
Standard/Quality
Product Originality
Product Meets Needs
Product Design
Product Model Serves Purpose
Quality of Project Report

Level 4 Accomplished
The product is of excellent standard and quality.

The product reflects several elements originality.

The product meets all the needs of the target group.
The product design and /or construction is of excellent standards.
The detailed sketches /   scale models / prototypes serves the intended purpose fully.
All sections of the the project report are detailed, clear, comprehensive.


Level 3
Competent
The product is of good standard and quality.

The product reflects few   elements of originality.

The product meets most of   the needs of the target group.
The product design and /or construction is of good standards.
The detailed sketches /   scale models / prototypes serves the intended purpose mostly and is made with   very good quality.
Most sections of the the project report are detailed, clear, comprehensive.


Level 2 Developing
The product is of fair standard and quality.

The product reflects 1 element of originality.

The product meets some of   the needs of the target group.
The product design and /or construction is of fair standards.
The detailed sketches /   scale models / prototypes serves the intended purpose to some extend and is made with good quality.
Some sections of the the project report are detailed, clear, comprehensive.


Level 1
Needs Improvement
The product is of low standard and quality.

The product does not reflect any element of originality.

The product does not meet the needs of the target group.
The product design and /or construction is of low standards.
The detailed sketches /   scale models / prototypes does not serve the intended purpose fully and is made with fair quality.
The project report is not detailed, clear or comprehensive.







Thursday, 23 February 2012

I&E slides(11) Julian Tan


I&E slides(20) Ng Kai Chek


s203 Problem Statement (Zhuo Deming)

The hawker centre is too crowded, disallowing patents to eat comfortably let alone find a seat.

Teh Howe Wee (22) I&E

Teh Howe Wee (22) I&E

Re: I&E (09) Gregory


I&E slides (Marcus Loh)


I&E Presentation Slides (Balram Sharma)



--
Balram Sharma
S2-03
School of Science and Technology, Singapore

Jemaimah's I&E slides