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The Design Cycle
Transcript of The Design Cycle
10/5/12 The Design Cycle The Design Cycle is a problem
solving method used
to solve a situation.
The Design Cycle includes
four steps: Investigate, Plan (Design), Create, and Evaluate. Identify the problem
to be solved.
Analyze the information needed.
Sources that may be used.
Develop a Design Brief. The Design Brief includes:
-Design Specifications which are requirements
that must be met and the restrictions.
-How you are able to solve the Problem? Planing and Design
Design the Product.
-Create a range of Designs that meet design specifications.
-Select one design, and use that design and put information on Plan B, which is the Design and Plan that will be used throughout the project.
Students Plan the Product
-Construct a plan to create product using logical steps.
-Have a time line, and include activities that will be done on each of those days.
-Includes Technology or Materials for the project. Helps the Student contribute to:
Using Tools and Techniques Safely.
Following Design Cycle Specifications.
Follows a Design and Plan.
Following the Schedule.
Create a product. Comparison of the product/solution
Suggesting Ways of Improvement
Recognizing the impact of the Product towards the life or society of the environment.
Judjing the steps of the Design Cycle.
Deciding how to improve in their next project.
Reflecting on an Involvement and Overall Performance And if didn't understand the prezi.
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information. Investigation is... Work Cited
"The Design Cycle." The Design Cycle. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Oct. 2012. <http://www.co-bw.com/DMS_the_design_cycle.htm>.
"Middle Years Programme Curriculum." IB , Technology. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Oct. 2012. <http://www.ibo.org/myp/curriculum/group8/>.
"North Hills Preparatory." International Baccalaureate. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Oct. 2012. <http://ibo.org/school/001470/>. What Did I Learn?
I learned that Design Cycle is used everywhere, and is used unconsciously. This is used in projects, or presentations during meetings. For example, What I am going to explain in the meeting? What should I talk about (Investigation)? How will the design look like (Design)? How can I stay in track and what is needed (Plan)? I need to know what I will do each day (Create)? How well did I do the project (Evaluate)? The Design Cycle is very important because I have used in my entire life, in most of my situations. An example of the use of Design Cycle is used in making peanut-butter and jelly sandwich. Although you are making the sandwich, you are applying the The Design Cycle unconsciously throughout most situations. What Can I do with what I have Learned?
The Design Cycle can be used in the minimum
situation such as receiving a very high grade in a class of any subjects, and having a presentation on a particular topic in a meeting. For very complex situations such as a project that can impact the environment in a positive way, or solve global issues that is presented in the current time. I can help many issues with the use of The Design Cycle. What Did I Learn?