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1 ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT Engineering and Technology Education focuses on technological knowledge and competence. It is designed to help students understand and to participate in the technological society of today and tomorrow. The engineering and technology education curriculum has been developed to be an action based program for all students to learn how to develop, produce, use and assess the impacts of products and services that extend the human potential to improve and control the natural and human made environment. All Technology Education courses qualify as CORE 40 Technical /Career electives. PLTW courses qualify as Academic Honors Diploma electives. The Indiana Department of Education, Valparaiso Community Schools, and the Technology Department at Valparaiso High School has entered into a partnership with Project Lead the Way Inc. (PLTW) to increase the quantity and quality of graduates who plan to pursue a career in engineering. PLTW has developed a four year sequence of courses which, when combined with traditional Mathematics and Science courses in high school, introduce students to the scope, rigor and discipline of engineering and engineering technology prior to entering college. The courses are Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering,and Civil Engineering & Architecture. SYSTEMS COURSES D60080 Computers in Design/CAD 9, 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. D60060 Communication Systems 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Sem. D60110 Construction Systems 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Sem. D60250 Manufacturing Systems 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Sem. D60320 Transportation Systems 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Sem. PROCESS COURSES D60140 Design Processes 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. D60090 Communication Processes 9, 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. D60100 Construction Processes 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. PLTW PRE ENGINEERING COURSES D60230 Introduction to Engineering Design 9, 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. D60280 Principles of Engineering 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. D60050 Civil Engineering & Architecture 10, 11, 12 2 Sem. 1

2 TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS COURSES These five introductory courses present the design process: developing, producing, using, and assessing. Communication, Construction, Manufacturing, and Transportation are designed to contribute to the students' overall technological literacy. D60080 Computers in Design/CAD (Core 40 Elective) 9, 10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. This course is designed for all students and should not be taken at the same time as 3620P Introduction to Engineering Design. This course focuses on using computer systems to produce drawings and specifications for manufactured products and structures in architectural design. Basic orthographic projections with pictorials will be stressed. A complete set of architectural plans for a residential structure will be designed. Students will plan and design using AutoCAD, INVENTOR, AutoCAD ARCHITECTURE, AND REVIT software. Applications: Design, Architecture/Interior Design, Education, Engineering, Construction, Drafting, and Manufacturing/Business. Activities: CAD activities, orthographic projections, sectional views, isometric views, spreadsheets, graphing dimensioning and tolerances, technical graphics, computer solid modeling, floor plans, elevations. The students will also do some 3D modeling of design problems they have solved. Cost: $12.00 D60060 Communication Systems (Core 40 Elective) 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Cr., 1 Sem. This is a broad course that explores the application of tools, materials, and energy in developing, producing, and using and assessing communication systems. Students will produce graphic and electronic media as they explore techniques used to apply technology in communication. Computers are used daily in the class to create videos, graphic design posters, edited audio projects, and several other projects that allow students to be creative. Students will use the Adobe programs such as Premiere Pro and Photoshop as well as other programs related to the field. Applications: Business Administration, Social Science, Electrical Engineering, Journalism Broadcast & Print, Business Occupations, Electronics, Printing/Graphic Arts, Photography, Retail Sales, Video and Audio Production.. Activities: Screen Printing a T Shirt, Creating a Custom Mouse Pad, Recording an Audio Project (such as a radio show or song), Video Editing and Production, and Graphic design. D60110 Construction Systems (Core 40 Elective) 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Cr., 1 Sem. A broad course that explores the hands on application of tools, materials, and energy in developing, producing, using and assessing constructed works. Students will explore techniques used to apply technology in producing constructed structures by building wall models, pouring concrete, laying brick and block, setting steel with a real crane, build real house wall sections with a floor, walls, roof, window, electrical, plumbing, and drywall. They will also work with floor plan design on a computer. 2

3 Applications: Architecture/Interior Design, Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Urban Planning/Sociology, Building Trades, Drafting. Activities: Design and test a tower, pour footings, lay brick and block, set structural steel with a crane, use a transit & laser leveling, do plumbing, heating, electrical, build wall sections with studs, trusses, drywall, siding, and everything that would be in a real house. They will use CAD software to make a floor plan. D60250 Manufacturing Systems (Core 40 Elective) 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Cr., 1 Sem. A broad course that explores the application of tools, materials, and energy in developing, producing, using and assessing manufactured products. Students will use tools related to manufacturing such as welding, wood working, plastics, foundry, lathe work, computer controlled milling, and robotics. They will also produce over 15 projects that they can take home after they create them from working with the tools learned in the class. Applications: Business Administration, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Supervision, Machine Trades, Physical materials and materials and finished products. Sciences, Business Occupations, Drafting, Manufacturing/Business. Activities: Make a wooden box with your name engraved in top, Basketball game, welding project of a stool, make your own ball point pen, candle holder, funnel, cast base balls. Mass produce a product that is the choice of the class. D60320 Transportation Systems (Core 40 Elective) 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Cr., 1 Sem. This is a broad course that explores the application of tools, materials, and energy in developing, producing, and using and assessing transportation systems. Student will explore systems and techniques used to apply technology to move people and cargo in vehicles and by other means on land and in water, air, and space. Applications: All Engineering, Urban Planning, Electronics, Technological Literacy. Activities: CO2 Car Design, Wind Generator, 6 Cardboard Boat, Trebuchet, Rube Goldberg, Urban Planning. TECHNOLOGY PROCESS COURSES D60140 Design Processes (Core 40 Elective) 10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. Prerequisite: D60080 Computers in Design/CAD A specialized course that explores the technological processes and employs creative problem solving in developing, engineering, testing, and communicating designs for products, structures, and systems. Students will use Autodesk CAD software to create models, structural plans, reverse engineering drawings, learn how to apply materials and lighting to 3D objects and later import them into their own video game environment. Applications: Architecture/Interior design, Engineering, Drafting, Video Game Design, Manufacturing/Business 3

4 Activities: 3D Modeling, Residential & Commercial Architecture, Rendering, Engineering, Video Game Design. D60090 Communication Processes (Core 40 Elective) 9,10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. Students will get a more in depth experience in Video Production, Graphic Design, and Sound Engineering using equipment and techniques to create professional looking and sounding products. Students will have access to HD video cameras, audio recording equipment, green screens, lighting and computers with Adobe Products such as Photoshop and Premiere Pro, as well as Audacity and Sony audio recording products. 2 3 hours of out of class work per week. Applications: Video Production, Graphic Design, Sound Engineering, Video Journalism Activities: Blues Project DVD Production (Design poster and DVD cover, film concert, record audio from concert, edit the video and audio into a DVD), create advertisements both for video and printed media, participate in a monthly news show. Cost: $24.00 D60100 Construction Processes (Core 40 Elective) 10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. Prerequisite: D60110 Construction Systems A specialized course that explores the technological processes used to produce residential, commercial, and industrial buildings and a variety of civil structures. Students will study preparing the site, doing earthwork, setting footings and foundations, building the superstructure, enclosing the structure, installing systems, finishing the structure, and completing the site. This is a hands on course where students will take a real project (storage shed) from start to finish. They will design the building, estimate materials, plan activities on a ghanti chart, order materials, organize the actual construction in the lab, and finally move to the site. Use AutoCAD REVIT to make a set of house plans. Applications: Architecture/Interior Design, Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Urban Planning/Sociology, Building Trades, Drafting. Activities: Surveying with a laser, all the activities necessary to build a real structure in our lab, frame with steel studs, run electrical, pour concrete, plan the entire building process. Cost: $24.00 PROJECT LEAD THE WAY (PLTW) COURSES PLTW courses fulfill credits in the CORE 40 Technical/Career area, and also qualify as Academic Honors Diploma electives. D60230 Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) 9, 10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. Requisite: Algebra (B or better) IED is an introductory course, which develops student problem solving skills, with emphasis placed on the development of three dimensional solid models. Students will work from sketching simple geometric shapes to applying a solid modeling computer software package. They will learn a problem solving design process and how it is used in 4

5 industry to manufacture a product. The Computer Aided Design System (CAD) will also be used to analyze and evaluate the product design. The techniques learned, and equipment used are state of the art and are currently being used by engineers throughout the United States. Focus on Autodesk Inventor A CORE 40 and Academic Honors Diploma course. D60280 Principles of Engineering (POE) 10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. Prerequisite: D60320 Introduction to Engineering Design Requisite: Algebra & Geometry (B or better) Principles of Engineering is a broad based survey course designed to help students understand the field of engineering and engineering technology and its career possibilities. Students will develop engineering problem solving skills that are involved in post secondary education programs and engineering careers. They will explore various engineering systems and manufacturing processes. They will also learn how engineers address concerns about the social and political consequences of technological change. This class uses mathematical and scientific principles applied to real life situations. A CORE 40 and Academic Honors Diploma course. D60050 Civil Engineering and Architecture (CEA) 10, 11, 12 2 Cr., 2 Sem. Prerequisite: D60230 Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) Requisite: Algebra (B or better) CEA is a course intended to serve as a specialization course within the PLTW sequence. The course is structured to enable all students to have a variety of experiences that will provide an overview of both Civil Engineering and Architecture. Students work in teams, exploring hands on projects and activities to learn the characteristics of the field. The course uses real life situations to develop an understanding of all the documents it takes to have a construction project such as a set of floor plans, elevation, section views kitchen design, and material choices. Students learn about documenting their project, solving problems, and communicating their solutions to their peers and members of the professional community of civil engineers and architects. In addition, students use Revit, which is a state of the art 3 D design software package from AutoDesk, to help them design solutions to their major course project. A CORE 40 and Academic Honors Diploma course. Activities: Surveying with a laser and use of contour mapping, material strength testing, Full set of blue print development, participation in state wide architecture contest (scholarships can come from this contest), working with the latest construction software, (BIM). Structural efficiency, floor systems, waste water management, electrical systems, site planning, and concrete estimation. 5

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