Project-Based Learning

Week 1: Project Planning and Ideation

  • Class 1: Defining Project Scope and Objectives

    • Setting project goals and objectives

    • Identifying project stakeholders and their needs

    • Creating a project plan and timeline

  • Class 2: Ideation and Brainstorming

    • Generating project ideas and concepts

    • Selecting a project idea and forming teams

    • Creating a project proposal and initial design

Week 2: Project Development and Prototyping

  • Class 3: Building the MVP (Minimum Viable Product)

    • Defining project features and requirements

    • Prototyping

    • Selecting technologies and tools for the project

  • Class 4: Development Sprints

    • Agile development methodologies

    • Sprint planning and execution

    • Version control and collaboration with Git

Week 3: Project Implementation and Testing

  • Class 5: Implementing Project Features

    • Developing project components and functionality

    • Code reviews and quality assurance

    • Iterative development and continuous improvement

  • Class 6: Testing and Quality Assurance

    • Types of testing: unit, integration, and end-to-end

    • Writing and executing test cases

    • Debugging and resolving issues

Week 4: Project Presentation and Deployment

  • Class 7: Project Presentation

    • Preparing for project presentations

    • Demonstrating project features and functionality

    • Gathering feedback and making improvements

  • Class 8: Deployment and Hosting

    • Deploying the project to a production environment

    • Configuring servers and databases

    • Ensuring security and performance in the live environment

Throughout Months 8 to 10, students will work on real-world projects, applying the knowledge and skills they've acquired in previous months. They will engage in the entire project lifecycle, from planning and ideation to implementation, testing, and deployment. Mentors and instructors will provide guidance and support, and students will participate in interactive workshops and live classes for project assistance and knowledge reinforcement.

By the end of this project-based learning period, students will have gained practical experience in full-stack development, working with industry professionals on meaningful projects. This experience will prepare them for real-world scenarios and help them build a strong portfolio to showcase their skills to potential employers or clients.

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