Four Strokes Process Overview
The Four Stroke Engines course was developed for a CT high school class while I was an instructional paraprofessional. Below are the processes and tools used to develop a course designed to be used both online and collaboratively on the classroom’s Smartboard. In addition the course was reformatted for the iBook.
Download: iBook on the Four Stroke Engine development process.
Watch: Captivate7 Four Stroke Engine Course
Download: iBook Four Stroke Engines Course
Project Title: Four Stork Engines
Audience: CT high school students
Objectives: Learn the mechanics of four stroke engines and embrace the quality culture of mechanics.
Content: Advisor Timothy Sykes (the teacher), Miss Bardahl Organization, Campion Spark Plugs and various Internet resources.
Methodology: ADDIE using Rapid Prototyping.
- Adobe Captivate 7
- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Photoshop
- Adobe PremierePro
- Adobe Audition
- Apple Keynote
- Canon 50D
- iBooks Author
- iPad Air
- LMS Schoology
- Microsoft PowerPoint
- Analysis: Advisor, peer and student reviews
- Design Brief 4 Stroke Design V7 Brief Richard Close
- Flow Chart: Gliffy.com
- Wire storyboard: PowerPoint
- Video editing: PremierePro with iPad recording.
- Prototyping evaluation: Dropbox and classroom Smartboard
- Delivery: Teacher’s web site, Dropbox and Schoolology
“Once Upon a Time Miss Bardahl” Digital Story
This digital story was designed to implant a desire to join the community of mechanics.
“Every Part has a Story” Digital Story
This digital story was designed to bring context of exploration and problem solving in the world of mechanics.