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Sometimes he makes the final product more often he

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Sometimes he makes the final product; more often, he makes a representation – a plan, program, or image – of an artifact to be constructed by others. He works in particular situations, uses particular materials, and employs a distinctive medium and language.”
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“As [inquirers] frame the problem of the situation, they determine the features to which they will attend, the order they will attempt to impose on the situation, the directions in which they will try to change it. In this process, they identify both the ends to be sought and the means to be employed.”
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“Awareness of one’s own intuitive thinking usually grows out of practice in articulating it to others.” Activity 3 – Reflect 1 Obtain an index card and write down your name and student number at the top 2 Write down (don’t just ponder) your personal definition of “engineering design” 3 Find 2 new partners and develop a shared definition 4 Return your index card when the activity is complete Stage 2 – Do 2 What is the quality of this device, seen as a work of engineering design? 1 What were the major decisions made in the design of this device? As a team answer the following questions: … and what are the consequences of those decisions? Go into more depth than last week on the “why”, not the “how”
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Some requirements for engineering writing (if there were any writing, but there isn’t) Prefer analysis over narration. Order arguments to enhance impact. Make the claim clear. Use evidence clearly and precisely. Minimize phluphf and philller.
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Prof. Foster Prof. Irish Studio Instructor TAs ESC101 T0101 Rob Irish Ryan Donnelly Nika Shakiba T0102 Maggie Roberts Ben Schmidt Paul Kishimito T0103 Jason Foster Tim Chen T0104 Dario Del Degan Kevin Siu Raphael Sammut T0105 Rob Irish Kaveh Malekanian T0106 Michael Lapointe Paul Kishimito Nika Shakiba T0107 Rebecca Pinkus Laura Bradbury T0108 Dario Del Degan Kristen Facciol Ryan Donnelly T0109 Jason Foster Kristen Facciol T0110 Rebecca Pinkus Laura Bradbury T0111 Michael Lapointe Paul Kishimoto Ben Schmidt T0112 Maggie Roberts Kaveh Malekanian Kevin Siu / Raphael Sammut
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