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    • John Marshall
    • SmartSurfaces provides University of Michigan students with an integrative, hands-on learning experience where cross-disciplinary teams design, build, program, and test interactive surfaces.It is team taught by professors from different University of Michigan units (Art & Design, Materials Science & Engineering and Architecture).
    • Design Lab 1
    • 3 Units3 Professors24 Students4 Teams
    • Phase 1 (skill-building )For the first six weeks the teams build specific skills in: • microcontroller programming (Arduino), • parametric modeling (Digital Project), • digital fabrication, • cross-disciplinary collaboration.
    • Resources.
    • 2009 2009, 2010, 2011 2009Julian Bleecker - Nokia Design Strategic Eugene Shteyn - Ambature & Stanford Michelle Addington - Yale School ofProjects & NearFutureLaboratory.com University Architecture Lots of resources. 2011 2011 2010Thorsten Klooster - TASK Architekten Sabrina Raaf – University of Illinois, Chicago David Bruemmer - 5d Robotics
    • Phase 2 (the project) Each team is required to design, build, program and test an ‘X-SmartSurface’ where “X” is a changing modifier.“X” = “Heliotropic” (Fall 2009), “Biomimetic” (Fall 2010) and “Off-grid” (Fall 2011). Each team is responsible for a budget: ($3,000 2009-10 and $2,000 2011).
    • The Shy Solar Array Simon Fall 2009 Projects Exposure The iWall Modular Light-Filtration System
    • Neural Window Reef Wall of Leaves Fall 2010 Projects Ferro-field Firefly Cloud
    • Lightapus Open ‘NEST’ Thermostat Fall 2011 Projects Smartfence Water[Lilly]
    • 100% 120% 20% 40% 60% 80% 0% Drawing on multiple perspectives in addressing problems or issues Making connections between major concepts from different fields of study Identifying the components of a problem or issue Identifying the data needed to solve a problem or answer a question Investigating complex systems Formulating good questions Choosing the appropriate method (or mixture of methods) to solve a Development of Critical Skills problem MLTT & SmartSurfaces Comparison Clarifying an unstructured problem Considering a broader context when decision-making and problem-solving ‘Student Assessment of Learning in Multidisciplinary Learning and Team Teaching (MLTT) Courses’ Bierwert, Kirsten Olds, and James Barber Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT). 2 August 2010. SS MLTTReport of a Survey of Students in Fourteen MLTT-Funded Courses to the MLTT Steering Committee, Ben van der Pluijm, Chair. Prepared by Crisca
    • Development of Oral Communication Skills MLTT & SmartSurfaces Comparison120%100% 80% 60% 40% 20% MLTT 0% SS Participating effectively in backgrounds different from perspectives when listening Listening to audio or video Conveying your ideas understand others thoughts thoughts are understood Checking to see if your Relating to people with or working with a group Checking to see if you Identifying multiple group discussion effectively media critically yours ‘Student Assessment of Learning in Multidisciplinary Learning and Team Teaching (MLTT) Courses’Report of a Survey of Students in Fourteen MLTT-Funded Courses to the MLTT Steering Committee, Ben van der Pluijm, Chair. Prepared by Crisca Bierwert, Kirsten Olds, and James Barber Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT). 2 August 2010.
    • Development of Creative Thinking Skills MLTT & SmartSurfaces Comparison120%100% 80% 60% 40% 20% MLTT 0% SS Producing work of your feedback and criticism Being open to others Analyzing problems in a Being able to critique Planning Willing to change your Working through Being able to receive unusual alternatives way that considers points of view obstacles own design others mind ‘Student Assessment of Learning in Multidisciplinary Learning and Team Teaching (MLTT) Courses’Report of a Survey of Students in Fourteen MLTT-Funded Courses to the MLTT Steering Committee, Ben van der Pluijm, Chair. Prepared by Crisca Bierwert, Kirsten Olds, and James Barber Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT). 2 August 2010.
    • About John Marshall:– Institution: University of Michigan– Tel: (734) 615-8062– Email: johnjm@umich.edu