Reflection: Integrating Technology: Using Autodesk Revit - Section 3: Drawing With Revit

 

When it comes to windows it is important to note that there are fixed windows, windows that can't be opened. My students have not dimensioned the windows so I give them the opportunity to choose different sizes. To help them tie the design to their eco-friendly criteria, I ask, "Why would you want a larger window?" I look for answers about heat transfer and passive solar heating. 

  Deciding Which Window
  Deciding Which Window
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Integrating Technology: Using Autodesk Revit

Unit 6: Designing for the Future: Eco Friendly Building
Lesson 10 of 10

Objective: SWBAT use 3D software to create an original design for an eco-friendly building.

Big Idea: Authentic use of technology can be yours! Learn how to teach architectural software and incorporate it in your design lessons.

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