The evaluation of GPIS is divided into three parts:
- Theoretical exam: it will contain theoretical questions and practical exercises.
- Continuous assessment (TBL and exercises / class activities): The classes are participatory, activities are carried out by the students, who are qualified by the teacher. TBL questionnaires (IRAT and GRAT), problem solving and online exercises prior to the class are carried out. Some of the exercises proposed in class can be completed at home and delivered through the Moodle platform.
- Compulsory practices: Several tasks are carried out during the practice classes (individual and group):
- In the first month, several individual exercises synchronized with the theoretical syllabus are carried out.
- In the remaining months a group project is carried out consisting of the complete development of a long-term software project, in which everything seen in the course on project management and methods of support for software engineering is applied. For the development of the software, the knowledge of other subjects is used to achieve a transversal integration of knowledge.
In the practices, team work is encouraged, which is a fundamental competence for the development of software projects. There will be a continuous monitoring of the progress of the project by the teacher through scheduled inspections and defenses.
HOW TO APPROVE: To pass the subject, you must:
- Get at least 5 points in the practices and 5 points in the final exam.
- Attendance at practices is controlled and must attend at least 80% of them. In exceptional and highly justified cases, attendance at internships may be substituted for attendance at tutorials, but in all cases there must be proof of continuous progress in the practices.
- The practices, to be controlled and in groups, can only be done during the course itself (second semester). There are no summer or first semester practices. Students who pass the practices will be kept the grades obtained until the December session.
- If you do not pass the theory exam in June-July, September or December, you must do the internship again in the next course.
- Attendance at theory classes is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended, among other things, to be able to perform the exercises and class activities.
FINAL GRADING: The qualification model to be applied will be as follows:
- Final exam: 40% (24% questionnaire, 16% exercises)
- Continuous evaluation: 30% (15-25% TBL, 5-15% exercises / activities)
- Practices: 30% (10-15% individual practices, 15-20% final project)
- The professor may slightly modify these percentages in each course (within the margins established in the "System and criterion of evaluation of the subject"), to adapt them to the quantity, size and complexity of the exercises, activities and practices proposed during the course. course. In any case, the percentages of each section will always be between 30 and 40% of the final grade of the subject.
- The final exam will include theoretical questions and problem solving.