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									Intro. to Engineering
    Design (IED)
   Math and Literacy in IED

        Juanita Clarno
     Redmond High School
                 What is IED?
Like all Project Lead The Way (PLTW) classes,
  IED is:
     Activity
     Project

     Problem-Based

     National Standards based

    Appropriate for 9th or 10th grade students who
    are interested in Design and Engineering.
        A look at the Curriculum
Curriculum Structure
 • Title Page
 • Acknowledgements
 • Introduction
 • Course Implementation
   Suggestions
 • Assessment
 • Teacher Guidelines
 • Standards Information
 • Glossary
 • Units with Lessons
         Examples taken from the PLTW CEA curriculum
A look at the Curriculum
          Exposes Students to:
   Design Process
   Research and Analysis
   Teamwork
   Communication Methods
   Global and Human impacts
   Engineering Standards
   Technical Documentation
     The course of study includes:
   Design Process
   Modeling
   Sketching
   Measurement, Statistics, and Applied Geometry
   Presentation Design and Delivery
   Engineering Drawing Standards
   CAD Solid Modeling
   Reverse Engineering
   Consumer Product Design Innovation
   Marketing
   Graphic Design
   Engineering Ethics
   Virtual Design Teams
             Communication Methods
   Engineer’s Notebook
   Project Presentations
       Power Points
       Display Boards
   Description of steps in the
    Design Process
       Direction to other students
       Description of objects to team
        members from other IED
        classes
            Email
            Web Cam
            Phone
                          Sketching
                             Activity
   Students learn many
    types of sketching
           Oblique
           Isometric
           Perspective
           Multi-View
   Sketching skills are
    mixed with Math skills
    and terms like:
           Area
           Mass
           Scale
           Tolerance
            Measurement, Statistics,
            and Applied Geometry
   Students learn basic
    measuring and Math
    skills in the context of
    Engineering and Design
       Mean
       Mode
       Median
       Histogram graphing                 Dial Calipers
       Dial Calipers
       Unit Conversion
       Dimensioning
       Scale
                               Reading the Inch Dial Caliper
              CAD Solid Modeling
   Students learn 3D Solid
    modeling and new vocabulary,
    some of them are math terms
       Extend
       Extrude
       Tangent
       Parallel
       Radius
       Diameter
   Students learn the terms and
    know how to use them in the
    program and to communicate
    how they created their models
   Speak the same language and
    help each other
             Reverse Engineering
                          Project

   Students choose any item
    containing 5 parts
   Measure, Sketch, and
    create a CAD Model
   Students are then asked
    to improve or redesign
    the object as Team
   Present their results to
    the class (Poster Board
    or Power Point)
                Virtual Design Team
                     The Desk Organizer Problem
   Design a Desk Organizer
    in a group of 3-4 students
    from 2 different IED
    classes or schools
   Students must
    communicate with other
    team members
   Decide as a team an
    attachment method, so all
    individual parts fit
    together when assembled
   Develop as a team a
    presentation and brochure
    for their product
           Other Information
   CTE Program, Perkins, & PLTW
   New Graduation Requirements & PLTW
   Recruitment tools for PLTW
   SkillsUSA
CTE Program, Perkins, & PLTW
   PLTW model meets CTE Program requirements
   Perkins can help get you started
     Designed to help bring new technology and
      professional development into CTE programs
     Can be combine with other funds for purchasing
      new equipment or professional development
     Based on a 5 year plan

     Leadership Opportunity -
New Graduation Requirements & PLTW
   Career Academies also emerged out of the State of
    Oregon’s new graduation requirements.
       http://www.getreadyoregon.org
       credit requirements
       demonstrate proficiency in essential skills,
       personalized learning requirements
         Redmond High School
      Career Academies and PLTW
   Arts & Communication Academy
   Business Academy
   Engineering and Technical Careers
   Health Academy
   Human Resources Academy
   Science Academy
    Engineering and Technical Careers
   Each academy requires
        4 credits per pathway
   PLTW
        Math & Science
         requirement
   Engineering Design &
    Development –
    Capstone for Advanced
    Diploma
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