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Project Title Livingston High School Department of Technology Education Innovation, Education and Design for the Future Team Members: Technology and Design for Science and Engineering Teacher:
Statement of the Problem:Design Criteria/ Limitations Available Resources: Time: Energy: Money: Materials: Tools: People: Knowledge:
Topic/ Question: Data/ Drawing/ Sketches/ Renderings: Cite Resource: Lesson Learned: Topic/ Question: Data: Cite Resource: Lesson Learned: Topic/ Question: Data: Cite Resource: Lesson Learned: Instructions: This is where you will develop a series of essential questions that you will provide answers to as well in this section of the portfolio. Research can be found off of websites, videos, articles or interviewing people. You will answer any question here you do not know the answer to based off of common knowledge. This section should be full!! For more space, you can insert a new page and copy and paste this info into it. Design Research:
Additional Research Resources
Brainstorming Instructions: This is where you will meet as an entire group and complete a full minute brainstorming session generating many creative ideas to consider when building your model. Remember any idea is a possibility and should be written down or drawn here, not just the final solution. All members of the group should contribute to this section; remember any idea is a good idea, you do not have to use every idea you list here. Drawings, lists, diagrams, and close up views of certain parts of the design can be included here, you may reference back here later for alternate ideas if you final chosen idea does not work out as planned. You can copy and paste this page as many times as you need or insert blank pages for additional ideas but you must have at least 4 different possible solutions Each idea must be explained and include all details necessary for anyone to understand the idea. Be sure to include color, labels and callouts to emphasize important points Brainstorming: Idea 1Idea 2 Evaluation of Idea: ___ / ___ Explanation of idea: Evaluation of Idea: ___ / ___
Brainstorming: continued Idea 3 Idea 4 Explanation of idea: Evaluation of Idea: ___ / ___
Additional Brainstormed Ideas
Select the best Idea - Instructions: This is one of the most important sections of this portfolio and you will continue to reference this section throughout the project. This is where you refer to the brainstorming section of the portfolio and vote to select the best ideas, in essence this is a display of the final solution you as a group have collaborated and agreed to construct. You will create a “blueprint” or DETAILED drawing of the model you are going to build. This drawing needs to be detailed enough that if you were to give it to a random person whom you have not “explained” your ideas to would be able to construct the idea according to your plan. Begin by completing CAD drawings or a NEAT drawing/ rendering of your idea. Use instruments such as a ruler to draw any straight lines. You should use color to distinguish different materials that you are using. If you cannot accurately draw a certain detail, be sure to LABEL or describe that part to easily identify the specifics of the idea. You should have one main drawing of the overall design as well as “auxiliary” drawings, basically close up views of any “tricky” areas such as how a bridge joint is assembled or a motor mounted to a vehicle chassis. Again use color and labels to identify all necessary parts of the design. You may consider using drawing techniques such as three view or “orthographic projections” of the design to see all sides. This may be an area you want to research before drawing your final solution. Remember this section must be approved before you begin construction, if it is deemed not sufficient enough, you as a group will have to “go back to the drawing board” to revise you drawings, so make it “great the first time. Design Solution: Remember: Include a detailed explanation of your idea Include size/ dimensions Label everything Justify key components of solutions Use auto shapes such as callouts, arrows and lines
Design Solution: continued Part Number Part/ MaterialQuantitySizeCostResponsible Person Bill of Materials: List the parts in your assembly. Be thorough and complete, even if you think it is obvious what goes in.. Assign part numbers to each item in your assembly. Keep a database of part numbers, it is often worthwhile to reuse standard parts such as fasteners, connectors, resistors and other small, purchased items. Avoid creating multiple part numbers for the same part.
Preparation for construction of design: Group MemberRole/ Job Steps of construction and timeline for completion Step:Estimated time to complete Overseeing team member: Timeline for completion:
Test and Evaluate: Explain how your final solution will be tested to ensure it has met your original goals and objectives. You may use written explanations and illustrate how you have tested your design through pictures or renderings. Evaluate Solution: Did the solution work as planned: Explain: If you could do this project again, what changes should be made in the following areas: Design: Performance: Aesthetics: Construction: Test Results (Data) – Provide complete data of results of test, do not evaluate the results in this section, simply provide the data to later analyze. Do not be afraid to still list data that you may not be happy with. Use a chart, graph or other pictorial representation to document results.