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  • 1. Mock upGumba , Mebeth BSEd II-A
  • 2. Mock-upA scale or full-size model of a design ordevice, used for teaching,demonstration, design evaluation,promotion, and other purposes.
  • 3. What is Mock-up?●A mock-up is an arrangement of a realdevice or associated devices, displayedin such a way that representation ofreality is created.●The terms "mock-ups", "low-fidelity prototypes", or "paper prototypes" are usually used as synonyms.
  • 4. Example of Mock up The planetarium mock-up of a calendar application for school kids made of cardboard and plastic. The mock- up was used to test early design ideas with school children and thus obtain early feedback in the development process. A mock-up of a website
  • 5. Advantages of mock up The advantages of mock-ups (and prototypes) are numerous. For example: Mock-ups incite criticism from users because they are low-cost (can be made of cardboard) and low- fidelity. If a user is presented with an early version of a system that has required substantial work, he/she is likely to be more reluctant (as well as able) to critics it. When using mock-ups of cardboard or similar materials, the user and designer can collectively change the design using familiar tools such as pens, scissors etc. As such, mock-ups are a discussion medium and a discussion facilitator between designer and user.
  • 6. Goal of Mock upThe goal of this study was to develop an assessmentmodel that could be used to evaluate student problemsolving performance in design activities.
  • 7. ObjectivesAn assessment model was developed and field-tested tomeasure student problem solving performance intechnological design activities. A rubric incorporatingcritical incidents in problem solving and expertise levelswas central to the model. The mock up was intended toprovide a framework for assessing technological problemsolving in group and individual activities.