PS010Reflection Due Thu, Dec 6th at 23:59 EST
A reflection involves comparing your work to the solutions, and answering questions about the solutions and the learning process during the problem set.
Reflections are designed to help you take an active role in monitoring your learning. Because we value the time and effort you put into a good reflection, you will also receive credit for completing them.
The process is more or less the following: read the questions in the reflection form, study the solutions carefully, and then go back to the form to answer the questions. In the reflection form, provide detailed answers, which may include code snippets from your assignment or the solution to illustrate your point.
Do not copy your entire program into the form -- we have your code submission. Only select short snippets when explaining a particular aspect of your code.
Occasionally we'll also ask you to extend your knowledge by modifying the given solutions.
Note that vague or very general answers will receive little credit, and a missing submission will receive 0 points.
Reflections must be completed independently. You can discuss reflection questions with instructors, but not tutors or other classmates.
PS10 Reflection will open a Google Form. Click "Back" on your browser to return to this page, or right-click on the link to open the form in a new tab.
PS10 Solutions Page
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