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Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston
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Mobile App Project Proposal: R. Huston

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This presentation was created for a special topics course (GD492) at North Carolina State University. It is the mid-semester proposal for a mobile component within a service ecology that enables a specific group of people to learn a complex process. The service focuses on developing skills, rather than managing information—it performs analogously as training wheels, rather than crutches. Focusing on skill development implies that the person engages with the design conditions in order to learn how, what, and why to do something autonomously (without prolonged reliance on the design). The presentation includes an overview of the service ecology, user assessment, and specific design objectives for moving forward with creating a prototype and working demonstration.

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  • 1. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Riley Huston
  • 2. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Having students just read a chapter out of the textbook and complete questions is not an effective way to teach or instruct students on material. You have a diverse range of learners in any given classroom and their learning needs must be addressed. -Experienced Educator
  • 3. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Having students just read a chapter out of the textbook and complete questions is not an effective way to teach or instruct students on material. You have a diverse range of learners in any given classroom and their learning needs must be addressed.
  • 4. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM NC Standard Goals for High School Biology The learner will develop abilities necessary to do and understand scientific inquiry. The learner will develop an understanding of the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life. The learner will develop an understanding of the continuity of life and the changes of organisms over time. The learner will develop an understanding of the unity and diversity of life. The learner will develop an understanding of the ecological relationships among organisms.
  • 5. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM NC Standard Goals for High School Biology The learner will develop abilities necessary to do and understand scientific inquiry. The learner will develop an understanding of the physical, chemical and cellular basis of life. The learner will develop an understanding of the continuity of life and the changes of organisms over time. The learner will develop an understanding of the unity and diversity of life. The learner will develop an understanding of the ecological relationships among organisms.
  • 6. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Teaching Material coevolutional relationship n tio that has been developing for at least uc 80 million years od pr re Fig Wasp & Fig Tree EXAMPLE Facultative for both Facultative for one Obligate for one Obligate for both Commensalism One Organism Benefits Both Organisms Benefit One is Unaffected Mutualism Phoresy OUTDOOR one organism uses another organism for transportation Relationships in Nature Inquilinism one organism uses another organism CLASSROOM for housing Metabiosis a second organism uses something from the first organism after the first dies EXAMPLE Hermit Crab Gastropod Parasitism sh el l One Organism Benefits Parasitoid at the Expense of a Host always lethal for the host EXAMPLE Cordyceps Ant host n ai br
  • 7. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Teaching Material
  • 8. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Components +
  • 9. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Components + =Dynamic Learning System
  • 10. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Application A C Q A A Q Q PAGE 11
  • 11. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Application Ω Ω A A Q Q PAGE 11 PAGE 11
  • 12. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Application Ω Ω A A Q Q PAGE 11 PAGE 11
  • 13. OUTDOOR CLASSROOM Thanks

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