Project Numbering System

As we iterate our Makerspace documentation procedures, we’ve found it important to keep better track of the student design process.  Starting last week, we implemented a project numbering procedure.

When a student has an idea for something to make, a “Project Planning Form” is submitted This requires them to identify a problem, explain the approach for a solution, sketch the product, and acquire feedback from potential users (other students in the Makerspace).  Once a design is approved, the project gets a number.

Here are the first 15 projects submitted under the new protocol:

0001 – Stop motion animation about a boy who runs into a “pack of punks” and studies their ways

0002 – A cardboard iPhone tripod

0003 – A marker holder/organizer

0004 – A personalized/3D printed bracelet

0005 – Stop motion animation about a party that turns into a disaster

0006 – A flying CD launcher

0007 – A jewelry box that prevents tangling

0008 – A disco light made from CDs

0009 – Stop motion animation about a student’s trip to Chicago

0010 – Stop motion animation about a ninja

0011 – A jewelry tree to display craft fair items

0012 – Stop motion animation about a robber

0013 – Stop motion animation about the grinch

0014 – A cardboard binder

0015 – A 3D printed action figure with interchangeable arms/legs

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