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Kona mapping-project-2-9-2006

  1. 1. Kona Mapping Projects Lawrence Rice Kealakehe High School larryjrice@hotmail.comLawrence_Rice@notes.k12.hi.us
  2. 2. Kona Mapping Web-Based Maps Urban Structures ArchaeologyNatural Resources Marine Environments 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 2
  3. 3. West Hawaii Mapping Projects Native species mapping along the Kealakehe trail by Kealakehe Intermediate Natural resource mapping in Kamuela by the Waimea Middle School Heritage Trail mapping by WHEA Charter School Coloqui frog mapping on the Hamakua Coast by Honokaa High School Ocean submarine freshwater mapping along the Kona coast by Kealakehe High School Mapping of Cultural Sites by Kealakehe High School GIS Day (11/16) at Kealakehe High School 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 3
  4. 4. Hawaii DOE StandardsSocial Studies Mathematics How to use maps and other geographic representations, tools, and technology to acquire, process, and report information from a  Understand/represent numbers spatial perspective. The physical and human characteristics of places  Use computational tools How culture and experience influence people’s perceptions of  Attributes, units, and measurement places and regions.  Visualization and spatial reasoning How human actions modify the physical environment. How to apply geography to interpret the past. ScienceIndustrial and Engineering Technology (CTE IET)  Students use the problem-solving process to address Students use and/or apply technical terms, symbols, conventions, current issues involving human adaptation in the and resources to understand and express ideas and solve environment. technological problems.  Students analyze and evaluate the interdependence of science, technology, and societyCareer and Life Skills General Learner Outcomes (GLOs) Students develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to design, modify, use, and apply technology; become technological problem-solvers; make informed choices and decisions about  Self-directed learner technology; and advocate for and support responsible  Community Contributor technological behavior.  Complex Thinker Students develop skills and attributes that are critical to a person’s ability to successfully navigate the world in and out of  Quality Producer school, at work.  Effective Communicator Students develop self-knowledge, explore different educational,  Efective and Ethical User of Technology career, and life options available 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 4
  5. 5. Student Activities/Objectives  Study the Hawaiian culture  Research cultural sites  Map cultural artifacts  Follow archaeological best practices  Identify plant species  Document field discoveries  Implement technology appropriately  Practice professional teamwork06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 5
  6. 6. GIS Presentations National Park Service (Archaeologists) U.S. Geological Service Environmental Systems Research Institute County of Hawaii USDA NRCS (Agricultural Resource Managers) Amy Greenwell Botanical Garden University of Hawaii and Hawaii CC06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 6
  7. 7. Skills Development GPS Compass Surveying CAD / Drawing Plant Identification Archaeology Video / Photo Mapping 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 7
  8. 8. Archaeological Mapping Partners  QLCC  NPS (Volcano and Koloko) Survey Cultural Sites  Measure and Orientate  Locate Artifacts  GPS to GIS Research and Publish  History  Cultural Significance 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 8
  9. 9. Natural Resource MappingPartnering with DLNR, QLCC,University of Hawaii and AmyGreenwell Botanical Gardens  Identification  GPS to GIS  Restoration 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 9
  10. 10. Urban Mapping  Partners  AEC Firms  County of Hawaii  Draw Buildings and Residences  Survey / Measure  3D Drawings  GIS Map  Technology  GPS  Level / Transit  Sketchup  Digital Photos  ArcGIS Plugins06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 10
  11. 11. Marine Mapping  Partners  U. of H. Sea Grant  SCUBA Operators  Mapping  SCUBA Dive Sites  Sea Grant Transects  Submarine Freshwater  Technology  Marine GPS  Underwater ROV  Water Testing Equipment  ArcGIS06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 11
  12. 12. Field Equipment Handheld GPS HOBO Loggers Level / Transit Measuring tapes Compasses Mapping kits Plant guides Digital cameras Kona Technology Bus 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 12
  13. 13. Classroom Technology ArcGIS 9 MxGPS COH Data Sketchup HOBOware ArcPAD and PDA GPS Photolink (Caplio/Ricoh) Digital Photo / Editors Video Editing / Production Web Authoring Tools 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 13
  14. 14. Student Maps06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 14
  15. 15. Sponsors Hawaii DOE The NEA Foundation Public Schools of Hawaii Foundation West Hawaii Fund – Hawaii Community Foundation ESRI MATE 06/12/12 Lawrence Rice 15
  16. 16. Kona Mapping Projects Lawrence Rice Kealakehe High School larryjrice@hotmail.comLawrence_Rice@notes.k12.hi.us
  17. 17. Kona Mapping ProjectQLCC Project