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Title: Student Automotive Design Challenge 2011-12 On Line Training

Student AutomotiveDesign Challenge2011-12On
Line Training
  • Introductions
  • Program Overview     
  • Resources for Teachers and Volunteers
  • QA
  • Assignment

  • TS Honeywell staff
  • SAE members
  • Talk about you!

Honeywell SAE SADC
  • As part of our commitment to Honeywell Hometown
    Solutions, Transportation Systems has partnered
    with the Society of Automotive Engineers
    International (SAE) to implement the
    Honeywell/SAE Student Automotive Design Challenge
    (SADC), which is based on SAEs A World in Motion
    (AWIM) "Motorized Toy Car" curriculum.
  • In the SADC program students work like an
    engineer on a design team building a motorized
    toy vehicle. They are challenged and develop a
    series of steps to solve the problem, writing
    proposals, drawing sketches and working with
    models to meet a specific set of design
  • During the five to nine week program Honeywell
    volunteersattend class to serve as experts in
    the engineering
    and technology fields. The teams
    present their final
    projects and a panel of judges decide
    what team
    represents the school in a global contest.
    The top
    three winning vehicles are selected by
    employees through an online survey and winners

    are announced.
  • Directly addresses the decline of students
  • interested in science, technology, engineering
    and math.

SADC challenges students creativity and skills!
2008-2009 Recap
  • Partnered with 11 schools across 8 countries in
    two years, up from 9 schools and 6 countries in
  • Over 150 employee volunteers have participated
    tutoring students in class.
  • Reached to more than 600 students globally since
  • Had more than 30 Media stories and impressions in
    various countries, print and broadcast.

Czech Republic
United States
New country for 2010
Global Exposure
Great opportunity to promote your work at school!
2011 SADC Teams
City/State/Country Teacher Name of School Site communicator
Rochester Hills MI/ USA Laura Duff Reuther Middle School Diane Roffelsen/Geoff Duff
Torrance, CA/ USA Rick Thompson Casimir Middle School Shawn Merrit
Mexicali, BC/ Mexico TBD Colegio Americano de Mexicali Genoveva Aranda
Rolle/ Switzerland TBD College Champittet Susana Mora/ Emilie Giezendanner
Thaon-les-Vosges/ France Gérard Saint-Dizier College- Elsa Triolet Martine Jung
Shanghai/ China Jianliang Xie/ Liming Fan Zhangjiang Experimental High School Jessica Gu/ Lynn Ng
Bucharest/ Romania Daniela Blanariu School no 156 Felicia Enache/Adina Milena Mihnea
Brno/ Czech Republic Jitka Piskacova Biskupske Gymnazium Katerina Gabova/Michael Vanacek
Pune/ India Jayshree Venkatraman Ravindra Mahadeo Maral DAV Public School Savita Garud
Glinde/ Germany Michael Belter Sachsenwaldschule Gymnasium Reinbek Cornelia Behncke/Sylvia Sieling
Reaching students from 10 schools in 9 countries!
SADC partners
Collaboration is key between all!
Roles and Responsibilities
  • Honeywell TS
  • Management of the SADC program
  • Continuous improvement of the program
  • Partner with SAE to deploy program
  • SAE
  • Curriculum development
  • Provide training and materials.
  • Serve as consultant
  • Site Communicators (1-3 hrs. per week)
  • Develop relationship with local school
  • Recruit Honeywell volunteers
  • Program development
  • Volunteers (1-3 hrs. per week)

Clear expectations to all levels!
Program Basics and Requirements
  • Curricular Components
  • Science, Technology, Math and Social Studies
  • Student Learning Level
  • Middle school students (Ages 11-14)
  • Working in teams
  • 3 to 4 students per team
  • Program Duration
  • Five Nine weeks
  • Start Date
  • Week of September 26, 2011
  • End Date
  • Week of November 25, 2010
  • Employee Voting Online

Mark your Calendars!
Goal Line
  • Deliverables for each team
  • Written Proposal
  • Oral Presentation
  • Vehicles Performance and Green Component
  • Participating in Forum Cross Cultural
  • Video (3-5 min.)
  • Best team represent school in global contest
  • Online voting by TS employee
  • Each employee will have to vote for best three
  • Awards
  • Each participant receives a SADC diploma
  • Best three teams of classroom receive a SADC
    medal award (Bronze, Silver and Gold)
  • 1st place Banner, SADC 1st. Place Crystal and
    T.shirt for each student
  • 2nd place Banner, SADC 2nd. Place Crystal and
    T.shirt for each student
  • 3rd. Place Banner, SADC 3rd. Place Crystal and
    T.shirt for each student

Our Goal is that Students Learn While Having Fun!
Teacher Volunteer Resources
  • SADC kits (vehicle components)
  • Teacher manual (English) and Students manual
    (primary language)
  • Other material SADC Presentation, Parent to
    letter, Volunteer Teaching Curriculum, Weekly
    Lesson Checklist, Competition Criteria Rating,
    Website and Forum

Items located at WebsiteTeachers/Volunteers
Letters for Parents and Students
Selling SADC to Parents and Having Their Approval!
Volunteer Teaching Curriculum
Teaching Guidelines for Volunteers at Each Visit.
Weekly Lessons Checklist
Week Lesson Student pages to be completed and in design log
1 Reading and Evaluating the Request for Proposals RFP letter (p78) Evaluating the RFP Log Sheet (p9-10)
Meeting an Industry Volunteer Questions for volunteers
Designing a Team Name, Logo, and Slogan Team names Team logo Team slogans
Using Design Logs Sample Design Log page (p21) Blank design log pages (p23, 25, 27)
Identifying the Customers Identifying the Customer log sheet (p31)
Seeing the Big Picture Seeing the Big Picture log sheet (p35) Objectives and Criteria log sheet (p37) Chart paper to record student ideas (T)
Creating a Design Checklist Checklist log sheet (p41)
2 Consumer Research Conducting Interviews Customer Interview Sheet Child (p155) Customer Interview Sheet Parent (p157)
Looking at Gears in Bicycles Questions About Bicycle Gears (p49-50)
What We Know About Gears Chart paper to record student ideas (T)
Introducing the Gear Materials Design log pages with drawings of gear trains tried (p25)
3 Consumer Research Conducting a Survey Customer Survey Sheet Parent (p163) Customer Survey Sheet Child (p165) Chart paper to record results (T)
Recording Gear Rotations Gear Rotation Recording Table (p65) Gear Rotation Recording Table on transparency (T)
Developing the Gear Ratio Formula Gear Ratio Recording Table (p73) Gear Ratio Recording Table on chart paper (T)
Adding a Motor and Wheels Blank Design Log pages (p25)
Using the Gear Ratio Formula (begin) Gear Ratio Practice Sheet (p81) Gear Ratio Practice Sheet on chart paper (T)
Measuring Performance Speed and Wheel Rim Force (begin) Performance Recording Table (p105)
Using the Gear Ratio Formula Gear Ratio Practice Sheet (p81)
Find this item under Teacher/Volunteer Resources
Team Working Calendar
  • Plan and Organize
  • Classroom Schedule, Volunteer Visits,
  • Review Communication Protocol- contact
    information, how to reschedule visits, resources
    needed etc..
  • Example of working calendar

Establish Together a Work Plan!
Revised Implementation Schedule
SADC Implementation Schedule SADC Implementation Schedule SADC Implementation Schedule SADC Implementation Schedule SADC Implementation Schedule SADC Implementation Schedule
  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Week 1 Introduction to SADC/Reading and Evaluating the Request for Proposals       Meeting an Industry Volunteer Seeing the Big Picture Creating a Design Checklist Mention Using Design Logs     Designing a team name, logo, slogan   Combine Looking at Gears in Bicycles, What We Know About Gears, Introducing the Gear Materials       Combine Recording Gear Rotations and Developing the Gear Ratio Formula  
Week 2 Adding a Motor and Wheels     Measuring Performance Speed and Wheel Rim Force     Compound Gear Trains       Measuring Performance Compound Gear Trains       Measuring Performance Compound Gear Trains    
Week 3 What Weve Learned About Gears   Integrating and Applying What We Know     Writing a Design Brief       Designing a Gear Train for the Prototype     Drawing Body Designs  
Week 4 Building a Prototype   Performance Testing the Prototype     Interpreting Performance Test Data Redesigning the Prototype   Constructing the Body  
Week 5 Assembling, Testing and Adjusting the Final Design   Preparing the Written Proposal   Preparing the Oral Presentation Preparing Final Presentations Student Group Presentations
Consumer Research interviews and surveys will be
assigned as homework ideally at the end of the
first week to be completed by the beginning of
the third week
  • Objective
  • Have a one stop resource information
  • Site coordinators, Teachers and HON Volunteers
  • Others SAE, Parents, HON Leadership and
  • Information required
  • School profile (answer list of questions)
  • Classroom Journal in pictures
  • Kick off
  • Group photo of teacher with students Interacting
    in their work teams using Kits
  • Students interacting with volunteers
  • Final presentations panel of judges, vehicle
    projects, finalist and best project

Important Submit Signed Photo/Quote Release Forms
Spotlight School profile by teacher
Feeding the Website
School, teacher or classroom picture
  1. Photo gallery Classroom journal

3. Schools gallery
4. Video
  • Objective
  • Foster Cross cultural communication
    between students on project related
    and social aspects
  • Sections
  • Project related
  • Teacher Questions
  • Question of the Week
  • Design
  • Gears
  • Levers
  • Final Projects
  • Forum guidelines to be provided in August

Great Opportunity to Learn and Expand Knowledge!
Important Milestones
  • Trainings July-August
  • - Online, Refresher and Onsite
  • Set teams and make plan July-August
  • - School HON volunteers
  • Receive SADC materials August 2-6
  • Kick off event September 26

All Teams Getting Ready!
  • Read Building Requirement
  • Go over technical material
  • Build Motorized Toy Car
  • Prepare for Presentation
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