The last week of class is reserved for project presentations. You will work in groups of two or three, and all must be involved in the presentation process. Creativity is valuable here; projects can include model building, computer work, creative writing, visual arts, mathematical analysis, and whatever else you can come up with that ties into your understanding of the fourth dimension. This can be a really exciting part of the course, but it's up to you!
Part of the project will be a description of the work that each participate put into the end result. The group will be graded as a whole, but each student will rate the amount of work put in by each of the group members, and I may adjust the participants' grades based on those reports. The projects are a significant part of your final grade, so be sure to allow an appropriate amount of time and effort for them at the end of the term. See the grading policy for the exact percentages of the grade.