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STEAM

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Autumn Rhonemus

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Transcript of STEAM

STEAM
2013-2014
The Beginning.....
What size groups were you working with?

Stretch your creativity into making a logo with no words or colors
Make at least four sketches, and eliminate them one by one until you are left with one strong idea
Design a logo that represents an element of STEAM that is important to you.
Experiment balancing positive and negative space skillfully.


What were the goals/key questions of this project?

“I was proud of the creativity of my classmates as they expressed their feeling as well as they could visually.”

Which parts of this project are you most proud of and why?

Jack Fenlon, Saige Golen,
Autumn Rhonemus, and David Rizzuto

Logo Design Project

What did you learn through this project that you did not know before? How did this project challenge or stretch your thinking?
These lines are thicker than
other side to attract the eye
This is a book and not
automatically what you
think when you think "STEAM"
Priscilla Anand, Jillian Lucier,
Freda Sapong, and Hannah Silva

Learning Styles and Personalities

Griffin Atchue, Jared Garcia,
Kayla Kilcoyne, and Molly Krause



Ryan Connor, Mitch Devillers,
Andrew Fraser, Ryan Gardiner


Jack Fenlon, Saige Golen,
Autumn Rhonemus, and David Rizzuto

Logo Design Project

Joel Brunzell, Victoria Silva,
Sydney Vance, and Margot Wattu

Animal Hybrids
Heat Transfer
What did we learn from these activities?

Group Size
Goals of this Activity

We Are Proud
Hanna Cahn, Kelcey Dilling,
Kayla Mead, and Owen O'Brien



Evolution
VEX Windmill
and Pull Toy

What We Learned

Goals of This Project
What Part We Were Most Proud of
Incorporated Lessons

Animal Hybrid Goals
Parts Most Pleased With
Reflecting

Criteria
Group Size

Kayla was unable to join us tonight. Though not with us physically, she has made it her goal to still be a part of this wonderful opportunity mentally and mechanically.
Goal and Key Questions
Group Size
Our Pride in This Project
Group Size

Meets needs of client (Ms. Milewski, soccer coach)
Powered only by sunlight
Portable
Environmentally-friendly
Heats up quickly, but is safe for hands

We worked in groups of fours in this project and the size of the groups worked out well.
It felt like everyone in the group always had something to do and that everyone was able to participate.

What did you learn through this
project that you didn’t know before?
We learned that there are many different answers and ways to solve a problem.
The criteria is what determines which solution will best fit the problem.

How did this project challenge or
stretch your thinking?

“It was challenging and fascinating to generate a design with the every-day resources we had.”
“This project was difficult, because we had to consider many constraints-- the most challenging of which was making the heat box easy-to-use by the athletes.”

In this project, we had many proud moments, but some of the greatest were that every group reached a final temperature of over 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Another was the class’s highest temperature of 212 degrees Fahrenheit. Also, we had great successes in group work and how all groups' boxes fit all the criteria.

Proud Moments
In our various activities, we learned that no one is “stupid”. Everyone is intelligent in their own way, whether it’s with nature, mathematics, science, or sports. We also learned that each one of us is more energized in different situations- some in one-on-one or individual situations, others in group situations.In short, we discovered that we all hold a different part of the puzzle -each one of us doesn’t hold the entire thing, nor the same part, and they may not make sense alone, but when put together, when all our talents shine through, we make a glorious whole.

In "this" part of the project, we worked in groups of one, two, four, and six.

What we learned
Each group had an introvert and an extrovert.
Introverts and extroverts think differently. When working together they can make more complex designs.
Every group needed four strong sketches of a good logo (too much work for one person).
We needed smaller groups so each group could come up with 1 final idea’s and still have enough logo’s to choose from.

We worked in groups of two:
Student Roles
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