LEARNING FROM PIE As presented by Barry Kluger-Bell TYPES OF LEARNING CONTENT SKILLS ATTITUDES Knowledge and understanding Psychomotor and process skills Active domain Interests, beliefs, opinions, values • To be able to do • To believe • To feel Cognitive domain • To know • To understand Affective domain EXAMPLES CONTENT SKILLS ATTITUDES • Cams • Cam followers • Cricket programming language • Soldering • Designing and carrying out the test of a prototype • Communication • Working in teams • Respect for evidence • Self-confidence in design or in use of tools • Enjoyment in building things DISCIPLINES • Engineering • Technology • Science • Art Engineering Massachusetts Technology/Engineering High School Learning Standards • Content Standards 1. Engineering Design Broad Concept: Engineering design involves practical problem solving, research, development, and invention and requires designing, drawing, building, testing, and redesigning. Students should demonstrate the ability to use the engineering design process to solve a problem or meet a challenge. Technology Massachusetts Technology/Engineering High School Learning Standards • Content Standards Construction Technologies … 2.4 Identify and explain the purposes of common tools and measurement devices used in construction, such as, portable electric drill, hacksaw, vice grips, chisel, tape measure, plumb bob, level, laser. SCIENCE National Science Education Standards Grade 5-8 Physical Science: Transfer of Energy • Electrical circuits provide a means of transferring electrical energy when heat light, sound and chemical changes are produced SCIENCE Missouri Science Education Standards Strand 2: Properties and Principles of Force and Motion 2. Forces affect motion - Grade 9, 10, 11 • Concept F. Simple machines (levers, inclined planes, wheel and axle, pulleys) affect the forces applied to an object and/or direction of movement as work is done ART Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Fine Arts High School (2) Creative expression/performance. The student expresses ideas through original artworks, using a variety of media with appropriate skill. The student is expected to: (A) create visual solutions by elaborating on direct observation, experiences, and imagination; (B) create designs for practical applications; and (C) demonstrate effective use of art media and tools in design, drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture.