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Welcome !!! Room 303 Mr. Shea CAD I CAD II CAD III Engineering Technology & Power Mechanics CAD I Learning AutoCAD Basic Commands Creating Drawings Advanced Commands Basic Architectural & Engineering Design Principles Drawing / Drafting Competitions

CAD II Reviewing AutoCAD program Discussing Architectural Design Practices Learning Autodesk Inventor Design-Build / Prototyping / Manufacturing Competitions CAD III Reviewing AutoCAD program Discussing Architectural Design Practices Learning Autodesk Revit Architectural/ Other Design Competitions Basic Architectural & Engineering Design Principles What We Will Be Doing In Engineering Technology & Power Mechanics Project Based Learning Undefined solutions

Creativity and Uniqueness Student/Group Driven Projects In-Class Competitions Out of Class Competitions Extra-Curricular Activities Robotics Club Design Challenge Technology Student Association (TSA) Possibly / Hopefully Class Classroom Pages CAD 1 To join the class on Google Classroom: Click on the + sign in the top right corner When prompted, insert the code: dhsnbk

CAD 2 period 4 To join the class on Google Classroom: Click on the + sign in the top right corner When prompted, insert the code: vlf21x Class Classroom Pages CAD 3 period 9 To join the class on Google Classroom: Click on the + sign in the top right corner When prompted, insert the code: dd639cm ENGINEERING period 2 To join the class on Google Classroom: Click on the + sign in the top right corner When prompted, insert the code: 2ep3mr5

TEACHER INFORMATION MR. SHEA PROFESSIONALLY Mr. Shea or Shea Graduated New Jersey Institute of Technology Bachelor's Degree in Architecture 5+ Years Working in an Architecture Office Taught in Glen Rock and Kittatinny Regional High Schools PERSONALLY Sports fan. Especially Hockey Architecture & Engineering TV / Movies Technology MATERIALS NEEDED FOR THIS CLASS 3 Ring Binder / folder Divided into sections Has pockets to keep handouts and returned work

Writing Utensil Creative Thinking Problem Solving Mindset CLASSROOM RULES 1. Respect everyone in the room 2. Be in your seat, ready to work when the bell rings. 3. Bring all necessary materials to class 4. Follow all school rules and policies. CLASSROOM CONSEQUENCES 1. Verbal warning and documentation 2. Communication home 3. Disciplinary Referral / Detention 4. Removal from the Room / Class Messing with other student's work/ files will result in loss of credit for that assignment and detention.

Using of profanity, fighting, damaging school property, etc. May result in immediate disciplinary referral or removal from class. Consequences are NOT punishments. They are the RESULTS of choosing not follow the rules CHEATING, EXCESSIVE ABSENCES, & TARDIES All have policies outlined in the student handbook. Copying a drawing or using another students file is plagiarism.cheating. Teacher has no discretion in those instances. CHEATING, EXCESSIVE ABSENCES, & TARDIES Talking during an exam could be considered cheating.

Use of cell phones or smart watches is prohibited whenever ANYONE is taking a test. CLASS PROCEDURES Create consistency and efficiency No direct consequences for breaking procedure Reasons for following procedures Positive Verbal Praise Relaxed Classroom Environment More Enjoyable Class Experience ENTERING THE CLASSROOM Come in and TAKE OUT YOUR MATERIALS FOR CLASS. Keep cell phones and other electronic devices in your bags. Leave you book bags and other items on the

back desk Sit down at your assigned desk Work on your Do Now. Practicein a minute LEAVING THE CLASSROOM With 2-3 minutes left, the teacher will make an announcement to cleanup or save your work. Pick up your bags and possessions from the back table. Sit down at your assigned desk and wait for the bell. When the bell rings, get up quietly, push in your chair, and leave the room. DO NOT LINE UP BY THE DOOR DO NOWS Meant to review previous work or get an understanding of students knowledge prior to upcoming topics.

Students should come into class and began on the Do Now that is listed on the board in their Chromebook on the notebook. Do Nows will be submitted at the end of each week. What to do if not in class or handing in late. Practice 2 6 10 14 18

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C B Cab. TAKE YOUR SEATS 21 13 17 A Comp. Cab.

9 5 1 Whiteboard Smartboard Table Whiteboard Teacher's Desk

Plotter ROOM 303 CAD LAB MR. SHEA C 25 C 24 C 23 C 22 C 13

C 14 C 15 C 16 C 17 C 18 C 19

C 20 C 21 Find your name and corresponding number on the whiteboard. Find the seat that matches your number and sit in it. Visually find your computer station on the Floor Plan

TAKING NOTES Take notes in a notebook or on a file saved on your Google Drive. All definitions should be noted. All commands / procedures should be detailed. Students should also keep any brainstorming or project notes (work log) as they progress. NOTES / NOTEBOOKS WILL BE REVIEWED BY THE TEACHER AT THE END OF EACH MARKING PERIOD FOR A NOTEBOOK GRADE TAKING NOTES RESEARCH Acceptable to Cut & Paste as long as you acknowledge the source. Website name and link YouTube video and link More for your reference so you have the info and know where to go to review it, if necessary. Notes should still be neat and orderly so that someone else

(teacher, project partner, etc.) can follow them. CLASS DISCUSSIONS Discussions will be teacher-led, student-led, and group studentled. Discussion will be orderly with only one person speaking at a time. No person will put down another, no matter what opinion he/she expresses Disagreement with ones point of view is acceptable and even encouraged. CLASS DISCUSSIONS Students are expected to analyze the topic at hand and participate and discuss the current topic at hand. It is suggested that students write down ideas (possibly in notebook) to help organize your thoughts and keep a reference of the discussions.

If you do not understand what another person has said, ask for clarification. Think before you speak so you will have an understanding of what you say and you can defend it. CLASS DISCUSSIONS Instead of Saying: Say: a) That doesnt make sense at all. b) Wow! Is that ever dumb! c) That is not what the teacher asked us to do.

a) I dont think I agree. Could you explain? b) I disagree because . . . or I see things differently because . . . c) I think we should check our notes and the original assignment. d) It might be better to . . . e) I understand that feeling, but consider this . . . d) You are totally wrong. e) That really offends me! ARRIVING LATE TO CLASS Come in quietly. Do not draw attention to yourself. Put whatever pass / excuse you have on the teachers

desk. Follow the Entering the Classroom Procedures and take your seat. At the appropriate time, ask a friend or neighbor to catch you up on what you missed. You will not be excused from any work that you miss. ABSENCES Check with your classmates or Mr. Shea AT AN APPROPRIATE TIME to find out what work you missed. Students are responsible for all work missed. If needed, students can come in during lunch or a Study Hall period to catch up on work. Students will have time relatively equal to their absence to make up work. Every situation is unique. Make sure you communicate with Mr. Shea.

MISSING ASSIGNMENT(S) Missing assignments will go into the gradebook as zeros if they are not handed in on time. The grade will remain until the student makes up the work. Points will be deducted based on the number of days it is handed in late. If a student fails to make up the work after a week. The zero will stand. If students have an extraordinary situation or problem, they should communicate with the teacher to get it worked out. CLASS DISMISSAL Students will be given a 2-3 minute warning that class will be ending soon. Students should save their files or begin cleaning up. Students may gather their book bags and things from the back desk and sit down in their assigned desk.

Once the bell rings and all students are SEATED AT THEIR ASSIGNED DESKS, Mr. Shea will dismiss you. Students should leave the room quickly and quietly. TITLEBLOCK PROCEDURE Every Titleblock should have: Student Name Date Handed In Class Name Drawing Number

Teacher Name Class Period & Student Number An Example is posted up on the wall as a reference We will create the Titleblock together in CAD at a future time. Failure to use the correct title block on a drawing will result in half credit for the drawing. Title blocks should be filled out completely and all information looked over prior to handing in. E L P STUDENT# 1-4

E M A X STUDENT NAME CAD 1 9/5/16 MR. SHEA DRAWING 06

WORKING ON COMPUTERS Stay on Task! Do not go on the internet if not supposed to. No computer games ANYTIME! Keep your hands to yourself. DO NOT touch anyone else's computer without being asked. No earbuds or music. WORKING IN GROUPS Respect all ideas and designs. The final product should reflect a combination of ALL students involved. Do not exclude a student(s) Do not allow one student to take over the group and do all the work.

HANDING IN ASSIGNMENTS The majority of work will be handed in using Google Classroom. Homework and Classwork that needs to physically be handed in all at the same time: Have your work out, ready to turn in. When instructed, pass your paper to the person seated at your table closest to the whiteboard and the teachers desk (1, 3, 9, 11, 17, & 19). That student will hand it in . The person in the front will hand them to the teacher or place them in the bin. Practice HANDING IN DRAWINGS / PROJECTS REVIEW your drawing on the screen for accuracy Print out your drawing

REVIEW the printout for accuracy Place printout in designated class bin on teacher's desk When receiving graded work back, review markups Make corrections, if/when needed. Resubmit for revised grade (if necessary) Store in your class notebook for reference. To begin, classes will physically print their drawings and hand them in in the bin on the teachers desk. We may transition to handing in digital copies using google classroom later on. GRADING - CAD 1 Grading will be broken up in the following way. Drawings Do Nows Quizzes 40

10 4 Point Value Each 10 10 25 Notebook Review 1 50 50

7% Assignments 5 10 50 700 7% 100% Per MP Total Points

400 100 100 Percent of Overall Grade 57% 14% 14% These are just projections only. Percentages may change. Grades will be updated in the Parent Portal AT LEAST once a week. GRADING - CAD 2 & 3 Grading will be broken up in the following way per Marking Period.

Drawings Do Nows Projects Quizzes Notebook Review Assignments Per MP Point Value Each Total Points Percent of Overall Grade 25

40 3 4 1 5 10 5 50 25 50 10 250 200 150 100

50 50 800 31% 25% 19% 13% 6% 6% 100% These are just projections only. Percentages may change. Grades will be updated in the Parent Portal AT LEAST once a week. GRADING POWER MECHANICS Grading will be broken up in the following way per project.

CATEGORY Research Brainstorming Ideas Drawings & Documentation Criteria Aesthetics Presentation / Performance PTS 15 20 20 25 20 25 125

PCT 12% 16% 16% 20 16 20 100 These are just projections only. Percentages may change. There are also ongoing grades like Do Nows and Assignments & Quizzes Grades will be updated in the Parent Portal AT LEAST once a week. TEACHER'S DESK, COMPUTER, PLOTTER AREA Off limits to students without

permission. Make sure to ask EACH TIME you would like to use or take something out of this area. Teachers desk, computer, and the plotter area is not an area for students to congregate. TOOLS & MATERIALS Covered in a lesson later on. NEED A PEN / PENCIL In the event that you are working or taking notes and need something to write with, do the following: Raise your broken pencil or dry pen in the air The teacher will let you know what to do. Get a new pen/ pencil

Sit back down and begin working again DO NOT GET UP AND SHARPEN YOUR PENCIL DURING LECTURES OR CLASS DISCUSSIONS. LEAVING THE ROOM If you have to leave the room to go to the restroom, nurses office, main office, or your locker: Wait until the appropriate time to ask. Sign out on the clipboard by the door. Sign back in with the time. Proper documentation is important in the event of a drill or emergency. Extended or repeated time out of the room will be noted and if it becomes a habit, students may lose certain privileges.

FIRE, LOCKDOWN, SHELTER IN PLACE, EVACUATION DRILLS Treat all drills as if they were the real thing. We might not know if there is a difference. Follow specific procedures as outlined. Stay quiet, be aware, and listen for instructions. Do not use cell phones or other electronic devises. Review CLASS VISITORS Treat all visitors with respect. Always project yourself, the class, and the school in the best way possible. We want them to come away with a great experience, feeling like they contributed and that they would like to come back.

GETTING EXTRA HELP / TIME In class, ASK! Friend / Neighbor Mr. Shea Extra help available: During lunch & makeup assessment time After school During free periods like Study Hall. As long as there is a computer available and the room is not being used for a conflicting reason, you may come in. If you are leaving a class, study hall, or activity, you must have the teacher/ advisor send you with a pass.

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