DESIGN & DRAWING FOR PRODUCTION
In this one-year course, students will actively utilize creative problem solving skills in Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Architecture and Engineering. Students will use a variety of design software and materials to create original work. Design and Drawing for Production also focuses on 21st century learning skills such as creativity and innovation, communication and collaboration, research and information fluency, critical thinking, problem solving, decision making and digital and technological operations and concepts.
- Develop problem solving, critical thinking and visual communication skills through individual or collaborative design challenges.
- Develop skills in sketching, mechanical drawing, computer aided drafting and rendering.
- Solve 2-D and 3-D design problems while developing a design skill set using traditional materials and computer aided design programs.
- Develop an appreciation and understanding of design theory, process and history.
- Identify personal areas of interest and talent for related career and educational pursuits.
- Each student arrives to class on time, prepared, with a willingness to be productive and a desire to achieve their personal best.
- Our classroom is a safe and secure place where all students follow classroom rule and are able to participate and learn.
- Students will be respectful of each other and work cooperatively while utilizing listening and communication skills.
- Arrive to class on time and prepared.
- All students must clean work station before leaving class.
- Students are responsible for saving work properly and as instructed.
- No food brought into classroom and drinks must be on the floor.
- Do not touch other people’s workstation without their permission.
- Remain quiet and attentive during all teacher instructional/ demonstration times.
- DO NOT engage in off-task internet activity. NO gaming, texting or social networking. Ignoring this will reduce the participation grade. 25pts per observation
- Use headphones ONLY with teacher instruction or permission.
- Some assignments will be saved in your Onedrive portfolio. Other assignments will be submitted as hard copies.
- Assignments will be evaluated using a rubric.
- Evaluation may also include
- personal assessment and reflection by the student.
- Short quizzes to check for understanding.
- Notebook and Class Participation
- Homework will be given primarily for preparation and planning for projects.
- Poor attendance can negatively affect your grade
- Please note, the mid-term exam and final exam
- will serve as 20% of your final grade.
MID-TERM AND FINAL EXAM ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW
- Maintain an organized digital class portfolio and class journal
- Answer basic questions about process, materials and techniques relevant to course subject matter
- Define and visually illustrate the elements and principles of art and design
- Complete preliminary and final phases of creative design assignment using imaging devices and software
Autodesk Inventor: 3-D visualization and sketching program
Autodesk Revit: Architectural and mechanical drawing and drafting.
- Flash Drive- recommended
- ½”-1” Binder
- Elements and Principles of Design
- Color Theory
- Form and Function
- The Design Process
- Symbols & Font
TECHNICAL DRAFTING STYLES
- Isometric Drawing/ Shading
- Orthographic Drawing/ Multiview Drawing
- Perspective View Drawings/ Rendering
- Digital 3-D Modeling and Imaging
INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING *INCLUDES 3-D PRINTING PROJECTS!
- Product Design
- Transportation Design
- Public Space Design
- Residential Architecture
- Mechanical Robot
- DVD/CD Cover
- 3-D Graphics
- Photoshop Animation--possibly