L13_F2010_Review2.2

L13_F2010_Review2.2 - TECH106 Fall2010 REVIEW...

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M13.1 Tech 106: Review Part II TECH 106 Spatial Thinking and Communicating Fall 2010 REVIEW
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M13.2 Tech 106: Review Part II Course Outline by Week Week 1:  First Week: Welcome to Tech106  Week 2:  Part I: The Nature of Spatial Thinking  Part II: Space, Objects, and Operations Week 3:  Sketching and Dimensioning Week 4:  Multi-view Projections, Pictorial Projections and Introduction to SolidWorks Week 5:  Spatial Visualization: Auxiliary Views and Cross-sections, Assemblies in  SolidWorks Week 6:  ...More Modeling with SolidWorks Week 7:  Midterm Exam Week 8:  Representing Ideas with Sketches Week 9:  3-D Solid Modelling - Creating Parts in SolidWorks Week 10:  Constraints in Models Week 11:  Creating Physical Models Week 12:  Preparing for Project Presentations Week 13:  Final Presentations and Course Wrap up Week 14:  Midterm II -- or EndTerm :)
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M13.3 Tech 106: Review Part II WEEK 1:  NATURE OF SPATIAL  THINKING
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M13.4 Tech 106: Review Part II Spatial thinking as a universal mode of thinking Accessible to everyone to different degrees in different  contexts As a means of problem solving Three important elements of spatial thinking: concepts of space tools of representation processes of reasoning
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M13.5 Tech 106: Review Part II Spatial thinking entails knowing about Space: relationships among units of measurement, different ways of calculating  distance, the basis of coordinate systems, the nature of spaces structuring problems, exploring solution alternatives, finding answers,  expressing solutions.  Objects and Relationships Objects and … Assemblies: collections of objects and relationships Representation: relationships among views, projections describe, explain, and communicate the structure, operation, and function  of those objects and their relationships Reasoning Answer questions about the operations of assemblies.
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M13.6 Tech 106: Review Part II Functions of Spatial Thinking Spatial thinking serves three purposes: 1. Descriptive  function: capturing, preserving, and conveying the properties of  and relations among objects 2. Analytic  function: enabling an understanding of the structure of objects 3. Inferential  function: generating answers to questions about the evolution and function of objects.
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Tech 106: Review Part II Reading Assignment “The Nature of Spatial Thinking”  Source:  Learning to Think Spatially , National Research  Council, The National Academies Press, 2006, pp. 25-48. Go to Week 2 inside “Course Schedule” link.
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