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S.T.E.M.- Engineering Technology

CIP.: 15.0000

SCI.:21007A002

Engineering Technology is a diversified STEM program designed to give students real world problem solving skills through a medium of modern applied sciences.

Engineering Technology is structured to provide insight and exposure to the basics of each major technology discipline and the processes of research and development. Each student will: program, make three-dimensional models, explore computer numerical controls, learn kinematics, design robots, and breakdown the division of labor that encompasses an operational STEM team. Students are given projects to construct, and will master the process of taking an idea and making it a tangible object. Engineering Technology is in accordance with the curriculum of Illinois State University, and based on the combined efforts of the National Science Foundation and NASA. This course provides students the experience and foresight to generate knowledge for their future careers in the STEM fields.

Students will learn:

Take an 3D object, make an engineering drawing, model the object into software, 3D print and/or mill it on a CNC machine.

Reverse engineer to troubleshoot common technology.

Create an automated machine.

Make and manually control a robot.

Identify, research, imagine, plan, create, test, improve.

Work as a team to solve a problem, by specializing in a particular discipline.

Understand STEM terminology and vocabulary.

Become familiar with organic physics.

Utilize alternative energies in their homes.

Dictate a developmental community.

Understand circuitry.

Required Materials- Safety glasses, close toe shoes, pencil, notebook, folder, 32 gb flash drive.

Grading- A=100-90

B=89-80

C=79-70

D=69-60

F=59-0

Office Hours 6:00am - 7:00am, 3:10pm - 4:00pm

Engineering Syllabus 1:

Unit

Coursework

1

Energy and Controls (20 Days):

Lesson 1.1 Mechanisms (2 Days)

Lesson 1.2 Programming (6 Days)

Lesson 1.3 Visual Logic (2 Days)

Lesson 1.4 Reverse Engineering (4 Days)

Lesson 1.5 Technical Drawings (2 Days)

Lesson 1.6 Computational Design Problem – Program Execution (4 Days)

2

Materials and Structures (20 Days): Lesson 2.1 Statics & Dynamics (4 Day) Lesson 2.2 Material Properties (3 Days) Lesson 2.3 Soldering (2 Days)

Lesson 2.4 3D printing (6 Days)

Lesson 2.5 Civil Design Problem – Bridge Construction (5 Days)

3

Flight Systems (21 days):

Lesson 3.1 Avionics (2 Days)

Lesson 3.2 Principles (8 Days)

Lesson 3.3 Flying Lessons (3 Days) Lesson 3.4 Electrical Design Problem – Build a Drone (8 Days)

4

Robotics (14 Days):

Lesson 4.1 Drafting (2 Days)

Lesson 4.2 Code to Pneumatics (2 Days)

Lesson 4.3 Task Trials (5 Days)

Lesson 4.4 Mechanical Design Problem- Build a robot (5 Days)

Year 1 Precursor- Earth Systems, Biology, Algebra 1 and Geometry.

Unit 1 Energy and Controls

Mechanisms

Resistors, capacitors, motors, currents, electrical laws.

Programming

Languages, introduction to script.

Visual Logic

Programs and language variation.

Reverse Engineering

Creating problems with, upgrade, and fixing regular household products.

Technical Drawings

Solidworks sketches.

Design problem

Draw a 3D idea on a 2D paper, and computer aided, with proper notation.

Unit 2 Materials and Structures

Statics and Dynamics

Friction, physics, moving and stationary objects, forces.

Materials

Weight to strength to cost ratio.

Soldering

Practice, procedure, participation.

3D Printing

Function vs Fashion

Design problem

Create the strongest bridge.

Unit 3 Flight Systems

Avionics

Physics and utilization

Construction

Theory and materials

Flying Lessons

Introduction to controls.

Design problem

Application course

Unit 4 Robotics

Drafting

Design process

Pneumatics

Range of motion, motor limits, controller limits, speed, precision vs. accuracy

Task Trials

Provide a solution to a problem.

Design problem

Build a robot

Engineering Syllabus 2:

Unit

Coursework

5

Local Engineering Practicum (25 Days):

Lesson 5.1 Scout (4 Days)

Lesson 5.2 Plan (3 Days)

Lesson 5.3 Propose (1 Days)

Lesson 5.4 Collect Data (4 Days)

Lesson 5.5 Technical Drawing (10 Days)

Lesson 5.6 Civil Design Problem II – Implementation/ Presentations (3 Days)

6

Models and Scale Practice (20 Days): Lesson 6.1 Fluid Dynamics (2 Days) Lesson 6.2 R&D Methodology (3 Days) Lesson 6.3 Construction (5 Days)

Lesson 6.4 3D Printing II (5 Days)

Lesson 6.5 Engineering Design Problem – Aero/ Hydro Dynamics (5 Days)

7

Creation Problem (21 days):

Lesson 7.1 Topics & Groups (2 Days)

Lesson 7.2 Draw (8 Days)

Lesson 7.3 Create/ Print (3 Days)

Lesson 7.4 Demonstration – Presentation (8 Days)

8

Autonomous Earth Movers (9 Days):

Lesson 8.1 ‘Sandbox’ (1 Day)

Lesson 8.2 Vehicles (2 Days)

Lesson 8.3 Programming (4 Days)

Lesson 8.4 Revisions (1 Day)

Year 2 Precursor: Overview of Year 1

Unit 5 Local Engineering Practicum

Scout

Choose project and location.

Plan

Create solution to a problem you see.

Propose

Propose idea to legislative board for approval.

Collect Data

Go to site for data collection.

Technical Drawing

Construct solution

Civil Design Problem II

Implement & collect data.

Unit 6 Models and Scale Practice

Fluid Dynamics

Principles & Application

R&D methodology

Steps in research and design.

Construction

Drawing and 3D modeling

3D Printing II

Advance geometry and compound shapes

Aero/ Hydro Dynamics

Build a wind/ water tunnel

Unit 7 Creation Problem

Topics and groups

Segregate into disciplines.

Draw

Design project.

Create

Model project.

Demonstrate

Have project perform.

Unit 8 Autonomous Earth Movers

‘Sandbox’

What is open-world creation.

Vehicles

Specialty vehicles.

Programming

Make vehicles act autonomously.

Revisions

Design better and cleaner code.

Dual Credit :

CADD 101: CAD & Drafting (3 Credits)

CADD 120: 3D Cad & Drafting (3 Credits)

CADD 270: Solidworks- Parametrics 3D Solid Modeling (3 Credits)

EET 101: Fundamentals of Electronics (2 Credits)

EET 102: Electric Soldering, Circuit Network and Repair (2 Credits)

EGR 100: Intro to Engineering Graphics (1 Credits)

CIP.: 15.0000

SCI.:21007A002

Engineering Technology is a diversified STEM program designed to give students real world problem solving skills through a medium of modern applied sciences.

Engineering Technology is structured to provide insight and exposure to the basics of each major technology discipline and the processes of research and development. Each student will: program, make three-dimensional models, explore computer numerical controls, learn kinematics, design robots, and breakdown the division of labor that encompasses an operational STEM team. Students are given projects to construct, and will master the process of taking an idea and making it a tangible object. Engineering Technology is in accordance with the curriculum of Illinois State University, and based on the combined efforts of the National Science Foundation and NASA. This course provides students the experience and foresight to generate knowledge for their future careers in the STEM fields.

Students will learn:

Take an 3D object, make an engineering drawing, model the object into software, 3D print and/or mill it on a CNC machine.

Reverse engineer to troubleshoot common technology.

Create an automated machine.

Make and manually control a robot.

Identify, research, imagine, plan, create, test, improve.

Work as a team to solve a problem, by specializing in a particular discipline.

Understand STEM terminology and vocabulary.

Become familiar with organic physics.

Utilize alternative energies in their homes.

Dictate a developmental community.

Understand circuitry.

Required Materials- Safety glasses, close toe shoes, pencil, notebook, folder, 32 gb flash drive.

Grading- A=100-90

B=89-80

C=79-70

D=69-60

F=59-0

Office Hours 6:00am - 7:00am, 3:10pm - 4:00pm

Engineering Syllabus 1:

Unit

Coursework

1

Energy and Controls (20 Days):

Lesson 1.1 Mechanisms (2 Days)

Lesson 1.2 Programming (6 Days)

Lesson 1.3 Visual Logic (2 Days)

Lesson 1.4 Reverse Engineering (4 Days)

Lesson 1.5 Technical Drawings (2 Days)

Lesson 1.6 Computational Design Problem – Program Execution (4 Days)

2

Materials and Structures (20 Days): Lesson 2.1 Statics & Dynamics (4 Day) Lesson 2.2 Material Properties (3 Days) Lesson 2.3 Soldering (2 Days)

Lesson 2.4 3D printing (6 Days)

Lesson 2.5 Civil Design Problem – Bridge Construction (5 Days)

3

Flight Systems (21 days):

Lesson 3.1 Avionics (2 Days)

Lesson 3.2 Principles (8 Days)

Lesson 3.3 Flying Lessons (3 Days) Lesson 3.4 Electrical Design Problem – Build a Drone (8 Days)

4

Robotics (14 Days):

Lesson 4.1 Drafting (2 Days)

Lesson 4.2 Code to Pneumatics (2 Days)

Lesson 4.3 Task Trials (5 Days)

Lesson 4.4 Mechanical Design Problem- Build a robot (5 Days)

Year 1 Precursor- Earth Systems, Biology, Algebra 1 and Geometry.

Unit 1 Energy and Controls

Mechanisms

Resistors, capacitors, motors, currents, electrical laws.

Programming

Languages, introduction to script.

Visual Logic

Programs and language variation.

Reverse Engineering

Creating problems with, upgrade, and fixing regular household products.

Technical Drawings

Solidworks sketches.

Design problem

Draw a 3D idea on a 2D paper, and computer aided, with proper notation.

Unit 2 Materials and Structures

Statics and Dynamics

Friction, physics, moving and stationary objects, forces.

Materials

Weight to strength to cost ratio.

Soldering

Practice, procedure, participation.

3D Printing

Function vs Fashion

Design problem

Create the strongest bridge.

Unit 3 Flight Systems

Avionics

Physics and utilization

Construction

Theory and materials

Flying Lessons

Introduction to controls.

Design problem

Application course

Unit 4 Robotics

Drafting

Design process

Pneumatics

Range of motion, motor limits, controller limits, speed, precision vs. accuracy

Task Trials

Provide a solution to a problem.

Design problem

Build a robot

Engineering Syllabus 2:

Unit

Coursework

5

Local Engineering Practicum (25 Days):

Lesson 5.1 Scout (4 Days)

Lesson 5.2 Plan (3 Days)

Lesson 5.3 Propose (1 Days)

Lesson 5.4 Collect Data (4 Days)

Lesson 5.5 Technical Drawing (10 Days)

Lesson 5.6 Civil Design Problem II – Implementation/ Presentations (3 Days)

6

Models and Scale Practice (20 Days): Lesson 6.1 Fluid Dynamics (2 Days) Lesson 6.2 R&D Methodology (3 Days) Lesson 6.3 Construction (5 Days)

Lesson 6.4 3D Printing II (5 Days)

Lesson 6.5 Engineering Design Problem – Aero/ Hydro Dynamics (5 Days)

7

Creation Problem (21 days):

Lesson 7.1 Topics & Groups (2 Days)

Lesson 7.2 Draw (8 Days)

Lesson 7.3 Create/ Print (3 Days)

Lesson 7.4 Demonstration – Presentation (8 Days)

8

Autonomous Earth Movers (9 Days):

Lesson 8.1 ‘Sandbox’ (1 Day)

Lesson 8.2 Vehicles (2 Days)

Lesson 8.3 Programming (4 Days)

Lesson 8.4 Revisions (1 Day)

Year 2 Precursor: Overview of Year 1

Unit 5 Local Engineering Practicum

Scout

Choose project and location.

Plan

Create solution to a problem you see.

Propose

Propose idea to legislative board for approval.

Collect Data

Go to site for data collection.

Technical Drawing

Construct solution

Civil Design Problem II

Implement & collect data.

Unit 6 Models and Scale Practice

Fluid Dynamics

Principles & Application

R&D methodology

Steps in research and design.

Construction

Drawing and 3D modeling

3D Printing II

Advance geometry and compound shapes

Aero/ Hydro Dynamics

Build a wind/ water tunnel

Unit 7 Creation Problem

Topics and groups

Segregate into disciplines.

Draw

Design project.

Create

Model project.

Demonstrate

Have project perform.

Unit 8 Autonomous Earth Movers

‘Sandbox’

What is open-world creation.

Vehicles

Specialty vehicles.

Programming

Make vehicles act autonomously.

Revisions

Design better and cleaner code.

Dual Credit :

CADD 101: CAD & Drafting (3 Credits)

CADD 120: 3D Cad & Drafting (3 Credits)

CADD 270: Solidworks- Parametrics 3D Solid Modeling (3 Credits)

EET 101: Fundamentals of Electronics (2 Credits)

EET 102: Electric Soldering, Circuit Network and Repair (2 Credits)

EGR 100: Intro to Engineering Graphics (1 Credits)