This week Melissa Hirt’s Technology classes have been tasked with designing a container that will protect life-saving supplies (represented by an egg) during a simulated airdrop.
As in real life, the teams were plagued with supply-chain issues - both tools and materials - and had to get creative and improvise while building a module to complete the assignment successfully.
After testing, the prototypes will be evaluated and analyzed and, in some instances, redesigned based on the students’ findings.
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