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Geocache activity focusing on the heart and reading and understanding pulse.

Geocache activity focusing on the heart and reading and understanding pulse.

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  • Enter your town or county in the blank before North Carolina Welcome and Introductions 3:00pm – 3:15pm
  • These are the only parts of the handheld participants need to know for THIS training. They may attempt to distract you with other uses, try to maintain focus, answer politely but move on. IMPORTANT items to note: Scroll button: if the screen begins to flip and act erratic, they more than likely are holding the scroll button either up or down. Once released it will take a few seconds to actually stop flipping the screen. Reset button: Like any good Microsoft product these will freeze periodically. If they are indeed frozen, no screen activity, press the reset button with the stylus. Angle of stylus in hand and on screen: These devices have to be “trained” as soon as they come out of the box. The screen is trained for the angle that that person touches the screen therefore if you click something and it opens the wrong thing, it is probably the angle at which you are holding the stylus not the amount of pressure you apply.
  • This slide is for your second or third cache.
  • Type in your coordinates. You’ll want to do at least one cache find before the break and a couple more after lunch.
  • 3:20pm – 4:10pm

Transcript

  • 1. Presented by Gail H. Holmes Matters of the Heart! A GPS Quest ************ Power of the Pulse
  • 2. Objectives Understand GPS technology and its daily uses Understand the process of geocaching Utilize the Garmin eTrex as a GPS device. Understand the effect of exercise on the heart. Essential Question What is the role of the skeletal system and how does the pieces of the skeletal system work together to perform their jobs? EQ: How does your heart rate change after exercise? Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 3. The GPS : What Is It?
    • Global Positioning System
    • Electronic device that can determine approximate location (within around 20-50 feet)
    • Coordinates are usually given in Latitude and Longitude
    • May include its own maps, built-in compass or voice navigation
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 4. Constellation of 27 Earth-orbiting Satellites Source: &quot;How GPS Receivers Work.” How Stuff Works. 24 Aug 2004 < http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gps.htm/printable >. Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 5.
    • PBS, NOVA Online:
    • GPS: The New Navigation
    • Play interactive game to learn basics of the Global Positioning System
    • http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/longitude/gps.html
    • Record the historical significance of your location in the simulation
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 6. What is GeoCaching? GEO = geography Caching = hiding a cache (in hiking/camping a place for concealing and preserving provisions) Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 7. Traditional Cache
  • 8. Multi-Cache
  • 9. Virtual Cache
  • 10. Rules of the Cache Respect the Cache Cache In, Trash Out Protect Yourself Respect Your Environment Respect Others Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 11. Steps to Finding a Cache
    • Research
    • Preparation
    • Investigate
    • Find
    • Solve
    • Present
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 12. Locating a Cache
    • Degrees of Error
    • Acts of Nature
    • Creative Thinking
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 13. Internal Antenna The Thumb Stick
    • Press to enter highlighted options
    • and to confirm messages.
    • Move Up/Down or Right/Left to
    • move through lists, highlight fields,
    • on-screen buttons, icons, enter
    • data or move the map panning
    • arrow
    • Press and hold for two seconds to
    • mark your current location as a
    • waypoint
    LCD Display The eTrex Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 14. The eTrex
    • The PAGE button:
    • press to cycle through main pages
    • The POWER button:
    • Press and hold to turn the unit On/Off
    • Press to toggle display backlighting On/Off
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 15. Getting Started Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 16. Main Menu Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 17. Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 18. Marking a Waypoint Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 19. Entering or editing a waypoint Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 20. Finding a stored waypoint Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 21. Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 22. What is the latitude and longitude for this location? Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 23. Home
    • Enter following waypoint
      • Latitude: N 36° 02.087
      • Longitude: W 079° 50.944
    D = T = Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 24. Corner
    • Enter following waypoint
      • Latitude: N 36° 02.028
      • Longitude: W 079 ° 50.960
    D = T = Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 25. Team Roles and Responsibilities
    • Researcher
      • (use computer to research)
    • Navigator
      • (use GPS to guides group to destination)
    • Videographer
      • (use flip to video and explain group activities)
    • Leader
      • (use watch to keep group on task)
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 26. And We’re Off GeoCaching… How far will you walk today? Reset your trip computer page. What will your maximum speed be? What will your moving average be? Which group walked the most ? Presented by Gail H. Holmes
  • 27. Web Resources
    • Marathon Challenge – Lesson
    • Habits of the Heart – Lesson
    • Drinking Straw Pulse Measurer - Lesson
    • Exercise and the Heart - Lesson
    • How does the body respond to exercise - Video
    • Science Games –Web Interactive Activity
    Presented by Gail H. Holmes