CAD in Aviation
Student Flight Plan
Welcome to Ground Control Construction Site. Our class is responsible for operations and layout plans. Have you looked at the design table? (Above table)Ý Do you have your hard hat on? (Internet Safety)Ý Have you read all the worker contract rules? (Citation, Acceptable Use Policy, Netiquette, Netiquette Quiz)Ý Do you have communication with the control tower? (Aviation Command Center (Instructors), Free E-mail )Ý Have you read the construction plan? (Student Newspaper, Student Pages)Ý Do you know where to get help? (Aviation Resources)Ý Do you have a list of required floor plan quidelines? (Document Rubrics, Multimedia Rubrics, Board Presentation Rubrics)Ý These questions and more will be answered during your flight.
How are your decision-making skills?Ý How well do you work alone and together with others?ÝÝ How much work are you willing to put in? Are you a self-started?Ý Are you someone others would want to work with?Ý If you donít know these answers, you soon will.Ý
This construction project has never been done before. Ý You along with your peers will have a part in designing an Aviation Academy.ÝÝ You will design the research, the layout of the academy, the promotion products, and the selling method for convincing the Vallejo School Board to accept your proposal.Ý
Starting today, your class has one semester (approximately eighteen weeks) to design and create a written document and a multimedia presentation that you will introduce at a student assembly and/or District Board Meeting.Ý Your end products will demonstrate the need for an Aviation Academy and importance of incorporating CAD into that Academy.Ý Your planning and preparation for this task will determine if Vallejo School Board will approve such an academy.Ý Your product will also be used as a promotional vehicle for recruiting students to this academy. To help you get started you need to keep the following in mind:
… Answer the question ìWhat does an aviation academy look like?î
… Answer the main question ìHow does CAD fit in this academy?î
… Defend the ìCAD fitî with resources, experts in the field, CAD skills required, and examples.
… Work together as a class and individual teams to produce an end product that will answer the above questions.
… Evaluate you and your teamís progress throughout this flight.
… Remember you are the pilot, the teacher is part of the ground crew.Ý Her job will be to assist when you hit bad weather.
… Work on CAD projects that support your investigation of CAD in aviation.
… Use the tools ofÝ technology to enhance the more traditional methods of investigation.Ý
Have fun and take
pride in your work. There is no salary, but the pay-off is great.
There is no salary, but the pay-off is great.
Where do we go from here?ÝÝ Down the runway to Project Assignments.
Created for the Fermilab
LInC program sponsored by Fermi National
Accelerator Laboratory Education Office
and Friends of Fermilab,
and funded by United States Department of Energy,
Illinois State Board of Education,
North Central Regional Technology in Education
Consortium which is operated by North
Central Regional Educational Laboratory (NCREL), and the National
Author(s): Jim Connelly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
School: Vallejo High, Vallejo, CA
Created: February 15, 2001 - Updated: December 28, 2002