Friday, April 4  Getting Started with SketchUp  Learning Objective: You will be able to create shapes of specific dimensions in SketchUp.
 Essential Question: How can naming and saving wisely improve our productivity.
 Classwork: Tutorial 1  Dimensions
Thursday, April 3  Getting Started with SketchUp
 Learning Objective: You will be able to construct basic shapes with surface modeling software.
 Essential Question: How does surface modeling differ from solid geometric modeling (ie. modeling with primitives).
 Classwork: Exploring in SketchUp.
Wednesday, April 2  design ideation sketch and model
 Learning Objective: You will be brainstorming, and sketching your concept.
 Essential Question: Based on a given form, how can we rethink, improvise, and imagine a new function for everyday objects such as a chair?
 Classwork: Complete your drawings.
Tuesday, April 1  Modeling Real Objects
 Learning Objective: You will be able to model a real world object.
 Essential Question: How can we incorporate all the tools, tips, and techniques that we've learned over the past few weeks to model something real.
 Classwork: A TinkerCAD file of your model of a real world object. (the objects were chosen by the teachers and assigned to the students)
Monday, March 31  Boolean Operators revisited_Intersections
 Learning Objective: You will be able to create an intersection of primitives in TinkerCAD.
 Essesntial Question: What workflow can we incorporate into our designs toolkit that will allow us to create intersections when modeling with solids.
 Classwork: A single TinkerCAD file containing at least three intersections.
 A die  using a cube and a sphere  (modeled in TinkerCad by teacher)
 A bolt  using a Hexagonal prism and a torus/cylinder
 A free design using intersection or multiple designs using intersections.
