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    Melissa Bennett
     
    Courses:
    • STEM I: Principles of Applied Engineering (Pre-requisite)
    • STEM: Scientific Research and Design (grades 10-12)
    • STEM: Engineering Design and Presentation 1 (grades 10-12)
    • STEM: Engineering Design and Problem Solving (grades 11-12)
    • Computer Science I
    • Computer Science II
    Campus:  
    Sunnyvale High School
     
    E-mail: 
    melissa.bennett@sunnyvaleisd.com
     
    Phone:
    (972)203-4600

     
     
     
     
  • Classroom Resources:
    • All Classes-

    Files are kept in a "Google Classroom" to maintain copyright for some of our course materials. 

    Students will receive an access code from their teacher. Once students have joined their course, they will have access to

    our class resources, assignments, and files.  


    Tutoring Times:

    Tuesday and Thursday 3:15-3:45PM

    Room 217 

    *Later times and other times can be made by appointment.* 


    Weekly Class Objectives: 

    STEM 1: Principles of Applied Engineering /Concepts of Engineering and Tech
    • Students will work on their Drag Racing ELU- With an emphasis on concept generation, design selection, CAD design and simulation, prototyping, testing and evaluation.
    • STEM: Scientific Research and Design
    • Students will compare and contrast engineering design processes with other robotics teams, and will reflect on their processes. We will be going to state so this will 
    • Students will work on prerequisite curriculum for model rocketry. 

    STEM: Engineering Design and Problem Solving

    • Students will work on the Reverse Engineering Unit-Flashlight
     
    STEM: Engineering Design and Presentation
    • Students will work on ELU: Crossfire with the Dallas BEST, Inc. Robotics Competition- Details in Google Classroom. We are going to state?
    • Students will work on CAD Design with a focus on assemblies and drawings in Solidworks.
     
    Computer Science 1: 
    • Students will work on Coding Sphero, and go through logical coding concepts to make the Sphero complete specific tasks.
    Computer Science 2:
    • Students will work on Coding with Drones ELU.
     

    Important Due Dates for Major Projects and Tests: 

    (Students should see Google Classroom for details) 

    STEM :Principles of Applied Engineering/Concepts of Engineering and Tech
    • Creating Parts in Solidworks Quiz- Wednesday, November 29th.
    • See Google Classroom for more assignment details
    STEM: Scientific Research and Design
     
    • See Google Classroom for assignment details
    • Robotics State Competition December 7-9
     
     
      
    STEM: Engineering Design and Problem Solving
    • Reverse Engineering Interviews- Redesign a Flashlight
    • See Google Classroom for assignment details
     
    STEM: Engineering Design and Presentation
    See Google Classroom and Project Requirements on this ELU- Crossfire Robotics .
     
    Computer Science 1: 
     
    Major Grade: Sphero Task
     
    Computer Science 2:
     
    See Google Classroom and Project Requirements on this ELU- Drones
     

    Events: 

    ROBOTICS STUDENTS ONLY:
    Robotics State Competition: December 7-9 
    University of Texas at Dallas (Thursday and Friday 8AM-6PM select students only)
    Dr. Pepper Arena in Frisco (Friday evening and Saturday)
     
    FIELD TRIP:
    To:Escape Room
    Date:November 29, 2017
    Classes: Computer Science 1 and Engineering Design and Presentation See Google Classroom for parent letter