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6th Grade PLTW

Activity 1.1 Foot Orthosis Instant Design Challenge

Prototype A working model used to test a design concept by making observations and necessary adjustments.
Cerebral Palsy (CP) A condition that affects body movement and coordination. It is caused by brain injury or brain malformation that occurs before, during, or immediately after birth when an infant’s brain is still developing.
Collaboration Working together on a common purpose.
Team Norms Guidelines that are developed by a team regarding how they are to interact, communicate, and conduct themselves as part of the team.
Design Process A systematic problem-solving strategy that designers follow to come up with a solution to a problem.
Model An accurate representation of an object or phenomenon. Models can be visual, physical, mathematical, or computational and are often used in the development of scientific theories or the engineering of artifacts.
Created by: MsCondon