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The engineering design process and design challenges

The Engineering Design Process and Design Challenges


The engineering design process and design challenges

The Engineering Design Process


The engineering design process and design challenges

The Engineering Design Process

http://www.teachengineering.org/engrdesignprocess.php


Design challenges

Design Challenges

  • In general, creating a design challenge is a way to initiate a project where students cycle through an entire design thinking process at least once. This way of using design thinking differs from interjecting individual elements of a process, like prototyping or brainstorming into a traditional unit.


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Design Challenges

  • The primary purpose of design challenge is to set the stage for empathy. It gives students direction and helps instructors coordinate empathy experiences that contain human needs.


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Design Challenges

  • 3 Types

    • Small – 1 to 2 hour challenges that cycle students through the process

    • Medium– 1 to 10 day challenges with student teams engaging in multiple cycles that focus on a few topics usually within one discipline

    • Large– Multiple week projects where student teams work on projects that typically span multiple disciplines

      Design Challenge Information and guidance for developing them can be found at https://dschool.stanford.edu/groups/k12/wiki/613e8/


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