Transcript: Engineering Design Process TEST [insert text here] [insert text here] ASK [insert text here] [insert text here] [insert text here] CREATE [insert text here] by selecting a promising solution PLAN IMPROVE to identify the need and constraints and redesign as needed [insert text here] RESEARCH IMAGINE possible solutions a prototype and evaluate the prototype the problem
Transcript: How do i create a phenomenal H.S. Engineering Design program? From the of Jeff DeMiceli - My Professor told me i had to in order to get an a in this class - The Academy for Math, Science & Engineering - My Students are worth it...and so am i reasons for studying the topic: Setting Description Research Questions: Research Questions 1) Curriculum: Packaged or DIY? 2) What technology do We need? 3) How do I put it all together? Erdogan, N., 2015, International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology, Modeling Successful STEM High Schools in the United States: An Ecology Framework, Retrieved from https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1059051.pdf Jacobson, S. 11/6/17, 6 Characteristics of Effective STEM Classroom Design, Retrieved from https://stemrevolution.org/blog/6-characteristics-of-effective-stem-classroom-design Jolly, A. 2/23/14, How to Develop a Top-Notch STEM Program, retrieved from https://www.middleweb.com/13567/develop-top-notch-stem-program/ Jolly, A. 6/17/14, Six Characteristics of a Great STEM Lesson, Retrieved from https://www.edweek.org/tm/articles/2014/06/17/ctq_jolly_stem.html Varani, S., 2012, American Society for Engineering Education, Innovative Curriculum for Engineering in High School(ice-hs):status update, Retrieved from https://www.asee.org/file_server/papers/attachment/file/0002/3101/Final_ASEE2012_Innovative_Curriculum_for_Engineering_in_High_School.pdf Lit Review Lit Review: Alumni , Teacher & Admin. Interviews Data: Data Findings: Findings Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Student Health and Wellness? Social Media Impacts? Short & Long Term Plan? Emerging Questions/Conclusion Curriculum Review? Technology Updates? Alumni Outreach?
Transcript: Team Design- An Example and Explanation Tufa the Orphan - 99 team members - team consists of Data Managers, software engineers, management and finance majors - few other differences with other companies.... Team Design -creative project needs a creative environment -stimulating events, coordinators, and job positions allow for inspirations in and out of the workplace Peter Arvai Do you recognize these 3 faces? - makes up a majority of modern day design - many common things such as laptops, cell phones, or tablets would not be made if it wasn't for team design The Drive - didn't obtain necessary skills to make this happen - recruited team of engineers and programmers - wasn't enough, needed more team members Peter Halascy About the Creators Modern Prezi Office Mood Manager Daria Ganina Recruiting a Team - software presentations are too restricting - found an issue and wanted to solve it - no engineering/programming background; WHAT DID THEY DO? Direct Respresentation What was the drive behind Prezi? Maugli the Beggar -originally based out of Budapest - Peter Arvai- Business Major -Peter Halascy- Media Professor at University of Budapest -Adam Somlai- architect Adam Somlai Fischer
Transcript: Don't be naive , nutrition helps you achieve! Sustainability Our design is sustainable because we are going to use a pallet for nearly our whole design. We think that our garden is also sustainable because the pallet is being reused, so it's recycling , which is always good for the enviorment. Final Sketches Problem: Fruits and Vegetables cost more than chips and soda at most convenience stores. This is causing Malnutrition( is the condition that occurs when your body does not get enough nutrients) in Austin. Solution: Our design solution was to create a garden that will fit in a patio, 5ft. by 10ft. and also leave room for the owner to enjoy their patio. So as a solution we did a stair step design with a place at the bottom for the owner to store their tool and seeds for the garden. Engineering Design Presentation Design Solution 1) Design Solution 2) Pintrest Brainstorm 3) Sustainability 4) Final Design Sketches 5) Scale Model 6) Preliminary Budget Introduction By: Keira N. , Keyla B. , Selah R. , Paola E. You should buy our garden because it is sustainable, well put together and will produce healthy fruits and vegetables. Our garden will also make a lovely addition to your patio and will help you save money! :) Scale Model/ Budget The Budget~ 10$ We Used~2$ Whats Left~8$ Pinterest
Transcript: stage 1 engineering design presentation Introduction Engineering design process this project involves us researching vocabulary, and incorporating our knowledge from said vocab into balancing a book with only self made paper straws. Stage 1: define so for this project we hadto research center of gravity and other vocabulary, and we also had to balance a book with our knowledge of said vocabulary. stage 2 stage 2: choices 1: four paper tubes on the corners of the book. 2: use five pieces and put four on the corners and one in the middle. 3: make many tubes and line them up on the edges. stage 3 stage 4: evaluate i decided to try idea one. When i was picking my choices, i thought to myself, "what would use the least amount of natural resources?" and standing the book on four stilts was the answer. stage 4 stage 4: prototype this is kind of what the structure looked like. (sorry im not an artist) Stage 5 stage 5: test results Test one: My design worked! It held up the book just fine. Test two: I stacked two books and it held. Test three: I held up five books and it tipped over. results results My results did match my goal. I was able to stack a book atop paper stilts. reflection what can i do to make this design better? One thing i can think of is that i can maybe make the stilts thicker, and roll up some stands on the bottom of said stilts.
Transcript: The purpose of the Engineering Design Process is come up with a solution that best fits the criteria of it. This is the step where you make the prototype for the process This is the step where we redesign the project to make it better or to work if it didn't work What is it? The Engineering Design Process is a series of steps that engineers follow to come up with a solution to a problem. Many times the solution involves designing a product (like a machine or computer code) that meets certain criteria and/or accomplishes a certain task. (http://www.sciencebuddies.org/engineering-design-process/engineering-design-process-steps.shtml) By: Autumn Lasinski & Bailey Spillane This step helps you bring up ideas about the project. You also need to do research about the problem. Pick the best solution In this step, you need to generate ideas to help put the project/experiment into motion. Develop a design proposal This is the step where we test the prototype we've built Criteria/Constrants Build a model or prototype Redesign Brainstorm/Research Identify the Problem The Purpose This step is where you pick the best solution out of the ideas you came up with. Generate Ideas The process begins when you start asking questions about the problems you are observing. This step is the process of designing the proposal for the project Test and Evaluate Engineering Design Presentation This step is to help you know what you need to follow and what you need to limit.
Transcript: Creative/chill area Quiet Independent Study Outside workspace Casual seating area which includes 40 people Outside workspace Exterior Elements Exterior Elements Sliding doors Windows Windows Skylights Skylights Interior Elements Interior Elements Lighting Lighting Seating Seating Inexpensive, reclaimed, hardwood floors all around Large carpets for comfortable sitting on the ground Flooring Flooring Group Discussion Area Group Discussion Area Extra Elements Living walls/green walls Solar Panels Extra Elements
Transcript: Presented by Mr. Wine Place your logo here Engineering Organizer Define the Problem Define the Problem Research the Problem Research Problem Problem Solution Solution Develop /Choose Solution Pugh Chart Create Before After Create Test and Evaluate Communicate Communicate Redesign Redesign
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