1. Sign up for class Google classroom. You will need to use your first name.last firstname.lastname@example.org or first name.last email@example.com email address. Use code: 2fjjl2u
2. Today's assignment is to use the resources listed in Google classroom and below to create a first resume for yourself. Submit in Google Classroom by the end of class. Work in a small group of 2-3 and have your resume peer edited by at least one peer before submission.
Resume Link 1
Resume Link 2_
Once you're done with that, go to www.sba.gov and click on Starting and Managing. For your final small business project, you will create a business plan for a small business idea that you would like to propose. Check out each part of the Writing a Business Plan sections. You will create and present your idea, asking me and a panel of shark tank investors for a capital investment to get your business started.
I apologize for the confusion last week. Between STEAM Symposim, STEM recertification, a long meeting for me, and robotics/band/Latin Convention for you all, the week did not progress exactly according to plan.
Last Friday, Prof Williams and I lectured surveying, and I will do the same for Monday's class.
Tue/Wed: survey small group will present and classes will try out doing a level survey with our dumpy levels. Do you think our classroom is level?
Thu/Fri: Small groups for thermo/heat transfer/PV=nRT will present and I will fill in any needed info
Mon/Tue: Small groups will present combustion engines and other apps of thermo
Wed/Thu: Psychrometrics/review for quiz
Fri/Mon: Surveying/therm quiz (yes, I will give different quizzes!)
Skinny B Padlet
The usual topics in this unit are:
internal combustion engine: http://questgarden.com/81/18/9/090504103403/index.htm
psychrometrics: the best chart ever and how it is used
surveying: the transit and theodolite, maps of the earth, Buckminster Fuller (we have survey equipment to try out)
PV=nRT: the best party small-talk equation to know and dimensional analysis
and topics that you suggest.
On Monday/Tuesday, we will form small groups based on interest to research the topic, answer specific questions, and direct a class activity. I will meet with each group to go over the specifics that I want you to include in your presentation on Friday/Monday.
By Topic and Project:
In the remaining weeks of April, we need to finish speakers (have you learned the essential lesson that engineering projects take far longer than expected?), 3-D printing (I am starting one pack tomorrow), and learning some thermo topics via lecture/notes and active learning.
In May, you will create a resume and a 60-180 sec video of you in Engineering. You will also create a business plan for a small business of your choosing, using the SBA outline for proposing a small business, and you will present your idea via a Shark Tank scenario (I'd love volunteers for the judge panel, if any of your parent are interested!)
Apr 11: Intro to Thermo and Surveying Unit
Apr 18: Thermo
Apr 25: Thermo Unit Test early this week
May 2: Small Business, Resume and AAM in Engineering Project Learning and Work
May 9: Small Business, Resume and AAM in Engineering Project Learning and Work
May 16-19: Small Business and All About Me in Engineering Project Presentations
May 20, May 23-24: Final Exams
Dr. Kate Maloney is an electrical engineer, having earned a BEE from Georgia Tech in 1988, a Ph.D. in 1992, followed by an NSF post-doc from 1992-94. After a few career stops that include teaching at Georgia Tech, writing the manual for a 40G optical transport system, co-founding a small engineering business, she finds herself happily sharing her days with the best students in the world: Wheeler High kids. #WildcatNation