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ESC101 – Engineering Science Praxis I – 20089 Lecture 4 Jason Foster & Rob Irish Debrief 2 / Reflecting / Moving On / Models / Claims & Sources
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I was [ pick a term ] surprised by the questions this morning. (A) completely (B) somewhat (C)slightly (D)not (E) I predicted the questions.
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Brooklyn Bridge Tacoma Narrows Bridge Can you see a visible difference in design between the two bridges that might account for the failure of one? Start looking closely at things and thinking about links to your knowledge
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Brooklyn Bridge Tacoma Narrows Bridge Can you see a visible difference in design between the two bridges that might account for the failure of one? Start looking closely at things and thinking about links to your knowledge
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You laugh… but think back to your CIV102 lectures!
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Studio 3 Debrief Observations from both sides
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The FAST diagrams were hit-and-miss “Process” was really hard to assess ! ! More efficient work habits More effective work habits Drawings! “Performing” Some poorly chosen devices More focus than necessary on “how” ! ! ! ! ! What we saw What you saw !
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Efficiency Effectiveness vs.
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Efficiency Effectiveness vs. Managing this tension is an essential aspect of engineering design Is rigorously defined within engineering Distinguishes “engineering” from “hacking”
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Can process be assessed from a final artifact? How will you demonstrate having used process(es) during ESC101 Phases 2 and 3?
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Reflecting We ask you to do it; we also do it.
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Concrete Experience Reflection & Observation Abstraction & Generalization Hypothesizing & Testing Adapted from: Kolb DA. Experimental Learning . Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1984. Kolb Learning Cycle Praxis activities start here Lecture 1
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Concrete Experience Reflection & Observation Abstraction & Generalization Hypothesizing & Testing Adapted from: Kolb DA. Experimental Learning . Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1984. Kolb Learning Cycle Praxis activities start here Lecture 1 Everyone makes mistakes… what matters is what you learn from those mistakes!
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When I am being assessed in ESC nnn, “Design” is… (A) … a noun.
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