Power Cube By: Dakari, Bryant, Steve, Saam, Dante p.6
Friday October 14th 2011, 4:03 pm
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The Power Cube
This invention charges all devices that need a charge, and it’s 450 dollars.

The Life Glasses Michael Ce., Michael Co., Michael G., Oscar F., Andrew C.
Friday October 14th 2011, 3:45 pm
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Our invention that makes you better at sports, summons anything at your will(non-violent), and helps you find things.

I-Contacts Talia S. Stephanie S. Taylor G and Holly T. period 5
Friday October 14th 2011, 2:53 pm
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The Life Phones by Gabriel, Nequoia, Scott, Lucas
Friday October 14th 2011, 2:47 pm
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They bring you back to life even when you’re dead. By Gabriel, Nequoia, Scott and Lucas.

Sun in a bottle and undo button . sierra A. Katie A . Hsiaomei C. Kelly C. Period 4
Friday October 14th 2011, 1:29 pm
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Our invention is the sun in the bottle and undo button . The sun in the bottle is artificial sun and to make it work you open the bottle . The undo button undoes things , your mistakes really . This is by Sierra A. Katie A. Kelly C. Hsiaomei C. period 4 .

Food Phone by Jonathan Ralitza Cassandra Shemaya per. 4
Friday October 14th 2011, 1:26 pm
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This video is about the food phone. This video is a JCSR production. This video was made by Jonathan, Cassandra, Ralitza, Shemaya.

Athletes Shoe Poster P3 By: Brett B. Jake C.
Friday October 14th 2011, 12:14 pm
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Super Waders poster P3
Friday October 14th 2011, 12:13 pm
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Joe C. Alex B.

Drab 2 Fab By-Kyla P. Stephanie G. Ashlynn P. Luna T.
Friday October 14th 2011, 11:29 am
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This is a creme that gets rid of pimples,facial hair and any other things you dislike about your face.It’s magical!

Final Exam – First Quarter, 2011-2012
Friday October 14th 2011, 10:35 am
Filed under: Technology Education,Writing

Technology – Final Exam Study Guide  – Essay 
October 18, 2011

One of the big ideas of this course so far has been that of technology being a creative act.  The word technology comes from the Greek word techne  which means art or to make.   Technology is about making things to satisfy needs, solve problems and increase our capabilities. 

Use the questions below as a guide to writing a one-page essay about the invention project you made.  The essay should use size 12 font, be single spaced, with a double space between paragraphs.  First write your essay in Word (make sure you save your Word file), then post it to the blog at:


  • Introduction – working together as a team to create an idea for an invention and document it through sketches, a poster and a video. 
  • What is your invention?
  • Describe how you came up with the idea for your invention.  Be specific. 
  • Write about the steps in creating your project, be specific. 
    • Brainstorming ideas for an invention
    • Creating a thumbnail sketch for your poster
    • Designing a poster with: the name of the invention, a drawing with color of the invention, a description of the invention that tells what the invention does, why someone should buy it and how much it costs.
  • Next you wrote a script for a video you would make about your invention.  What was your script about?  Be specific.
  • You sketched some storyboards for the shots you would take in your video.  What shots did you come up with for your storyboard. 
  • Then you shot your video.  What problems did you encounter in shooting the video.  What did you do to solve them.  What would you do differently next time?
  • Next you edited your video.  Tell about the steps you took to edit your video.
  • Finally, tell how you shared the video (we posted it to the Vodcast server and embedded it in our classroom blog at http://weblogs.pbspaces.com/mrgoldstein
  • What did you particularly enjoy doing in this project?  Be specific.
  • What do you think went particularly well?  Why?
  • Write a conclusion—what did you learn from this project?
  • How well did your group work together as a team?  What were the benefits of working as a team?  What problems did you encounter working as a team?  How did you work out your problems?