REPORT

Project-Based Learning プロジェクト ベースト ラーニング

What is PBL?

Project-Based Learning (PBL)

Project-based learning is offered in the “Flying Robot Project”, a part of “Creative Engineering Projects”. Junior and senior undergraduate students, as well as graduate students are welcome to join the project. An important goal of the project is to offer a chance to students to put in practice the knowledge they have gained in lectures to build and test their own aircraft. Following a PDCA (plan-do-check-act) cycle, the students analyze and solve an assignment, and validate their answer. During the aircraft building and flight test phases, the students work in teams, where discussions about the progress of each task helps the students develop their leadership, management and organizational skills.

Links

Creative Engineering Projects (Undergraduate)
http://gciee.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gcee/mono2

Creative Engineering Projects (Graduate)
http://gciee.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gcee/souzousei_kougaku

PBLとは

プロジェクト・ベースト・ラーニング(PBL)

「創造的ものづくりプロジェクト」・「創造性工学プロジェクト」で開講している「飛行ロボットプロジェクト」においてプロジェクト・ベースト・ラーニングを実施します。

このプロジェクトでは、大学3年生以上大学院生を対象として、講義などで培った知識を、飛行ロボットの製作と飛行試験を通じて実践的に身につけることを目指します。その中では、与えられた課題を分析して解を見つけ、それを検証するというPDCAサイクルの体験をします。製作と飛行試験はチーム単位で実施するために、プロジェクト進行におけるディスカッションを必要とし、リーダーシップやマネージメント、役割分担の能力を高めることにつなげて行きます。

リンク

創造的ものづくりプロジェクト科目(工学部)
http://gciee.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gcee/mono2

創造性工学プロジェクト科目(大学院)
http://gciee.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/gcee/souzousei_kougaku

Activities Reportactivities "Project-Based Learning" Report

  • July 05, 2017

    2017 summer semester Flying Robot Project 8th Team B

    220
    First we finished things undone, leading edge, trailing edge and fin. We chose hinoki as material of leading edge and trailing edge. Because it is strong than balsa and can make components thin.
    In the latter half of class, we started pasting film on surface of wings. We plan to past on under surface too, so it will take long time and we have to do it as quick as possible.
    Next week we want to finish pasting film, attaching control surfaces and connecting right and left wings. Then we will complete making wing, and can start work on power system. 

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  • June 28, 2017

    2017 summer semester Flying Robot Project 7th Team B

    220
    We continued on constructing wings. To reinforce them, we added gusset plates on intersection points of spar and ribs, but they didn't have so much effect.
    Our got more motivated because whole aspect of wings come into shape.

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  • June 28, 2017

    2017 summer semester Flying Robot Project 7th Team C

    220
    We heve started working on the lower wing this time.However it was unexpectedly difficult to attach the angle of dihedral and the angle of incident. At first we try using jig tools, but it didn't go well. Then we solved this problem by fixing spar on instant foundations made of erasers and other stationary.
    Next time we will build up two upper and lower wings and start working on joints between two wings.

    Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics
    Junior
    Aoki, Tomo

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  • June 28, 2017

    2017 summer semester Flying Robot Project 7th Team A

    220
    We continue to work on the circuit parts and the body.

    About camera, we have trouble controlling it but trying variable ways. We are studying how to control other circuit parts, too.

    The body parts are being made using a laser cutter.

    Koji Futatsugi

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  • June 21, 2017

    2017 summer semester Flying Robot Project 6th Team B

    220
    This week we started constructing wings. We almost finished constructing right wing. It was very nice that we didn't have serious trouble in this process.
    Our wing doesn't have more torsional rigidity than expected, still we think it is strong enough.
    We want to finish left wing too by the end of next class.

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