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  1. 21st Century Technology Engineering Laboratories What could they look like? • Dr. Ray McCarthyNortheastern University • ray.mccarthy.masstec@gmail.com • Mr.TomFratto • thomas.fratto@wpsk12.org • Galvin Middle School, Wakefield, Ma

  2. Think-Pair-Share What are the key elements for a modern TE/E Lab? What is needed for Tooling? What is needed for Safety?

  3. 21st Century • Lab Concept map it! • Tooling? • Focus • Understandings Middle School or High School?

  4. Philosophy > Concepts > Frameworks > Learning Experiences > Hands-on, Minds-on Components • Why?

  5. State RecommendationsENGINEERING & DESIGN AREA 1,500 sq. foot (minimum) HVAC controlled atmosphere Sink with hot & cold water 100 sq. foot (minimum) storage area (materials & projects) 100 sq. foot (minimum) secure storage area (supplies) Vinyl composition tile floor (no carpeting) Adequate furnishings (work stations, desks, chairs) to meet programmatic needs Surge protection on all computer equipment Battery and generator back up power for all networking equipment (servers, hubs, and switches)

  6. State RecommendationsFABRICATION AREA 2,000 sq. foot (minimum) Minimum ceiling height of 12 feet Sink with hot and cold water Ground level location Outside access with door (6 foot minimum) 100 square foot (minimum) secure storage area (tools and equipment) 100 square foot (minimum) storage area (materials and projects) Concrete floor Flat work surfaces: 6 @ 5'x4' Propane gas availability Adequate tools, machines, and equipment to meet the technology/engineering learning standards

  7. State RecommendationsINSTRUCTOR'S OFFICE 100 sq. foot (minimum) Clear view of ENGINEERING DESIGN and FABRICATION AREAS Lockable door

  8. State RecommendationsSHARED ELEMENTS Glass partition with door access between ENGINEERING DESIGN and FABRICATION areas Adequate ventilation; dust, air cleaning, and emissions controls Communication (voice and data) and network capability to include Internet access Adequate data ports in all areas Adequate, flexible, and expandable electrical power no floor outlets Clear span -- no poles ceiling drops preferred "E" power off buttons in all areas Compressed air available (100 lb. minimum)

  9. M.I.T RecommendationsDirector of Papalardo Engineering LabsRichard Fenner And Metal Fab Labs! “Keep your Wood Lab!”

  10. M.I.T RecommendationsDirector of Papalardo Engineering LabsRichard Fenner “Fabrication labsof the  future  willhaveadvancedmachines…” • CNC lathe • Plastics Vacuum Former

  11. Architect Recommendations CNC Milling Machines Prototyping Machines

  12. Slater & McCarthy (2006) • “Daisy Design” 3-D Laser Printer Laser Cutter

  13. ENGINEERING & DESIGN & Communications AREA

  14. Electrathon America Somers High School Somers, CT

  15. Mr. Roy Slater roy.slater@somers.k12.ct.us Mr. Nick Kosloskinicholas.kosloski@somers.k12.ct.us Mr. Mike Niziolekmichael.niziolek@somers.k12.ct.us Somers High School #1 Vision Boulevard Somers, CT 06071 860.749.2270 Dr. Maynard M. Suffredini, Jr.m.suffredini@somers.k12.ct.us Somers Superintendent of Schools Somers, CT

  16. Discussion