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This report documents a multi-phased effort that explains the intellectual and scientific design development and proof-of-concept validation learner environments (LE). This report design is to manage education panel presentations within A MOODLE. Moodle is a Learning Platform of course management systems (CMS) - a free Open Source software package is designed to help educators create effective online ... environments.

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  2. 2. Table of Contents Abstract.............................................................................................................................. 6 Introduction......................................................................................................................... 7 What does PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION expect to learn from this study?....... 9 Our concerns? ............................................................................................................... 11 What do pedestrian awareness crosswalk education campaigns seek? ........................ 11 What does PACE expect to learn about 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale?...................... 12 PACE TULSA national campaigns .............................................................................. 12 What is PACE TULSA AGS Foundation? ................................................................... 13 What Role do I play in AGS? ...................................................................................... 14 Building A Successful Leadership................................................................................ 15 Leadership Qualities ..................................................................................................... 15 Core Behaviors.............................................................................................................. 15 What is a pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum?............................... 17 Eight primary emotions (PE) ........................................................................................ 19 Pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum and design .............................. 20 3 modes of learning....................................................................................................... 25 Core Measurement Ideology......................................................................................... 26 Obtaining professional career choices .......................................................................... 27 A strategy exercise: Assessing authority and respect .................................................. 28
  3. 3. Core Learner Implementation........................................................................................... 32 Phase 1: Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction ............................................................ 33 Content Providers...................................................................................................... 35 Public Transportation Policy......................................................................................... 36 Phase 2: Conventional Data Storage and Administration............................................. 38 Knowledge Stewards ................................................................................................ 39 Phase 3: Multi-Channel Dynamic Delivery.................................................................. 40 Content Purchasers.................................................................................................... 41 Delivery channels.......................................................................................................... 41 References......................................................................................................................... 42 Tables.................................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
  4. 4. Table of Figures Figure 1. Map of the Study Area 8 Figure 2. Streets in the Study Area 9 Figure 3. Types of Data 11 Figure 4. Material Experience in Skepticism 17 Figure 5. Module Observation Object Development Learner Environment 22 Figure 6. Core Emotions and Material Skepticism 23 Figure 7. PACE FOUNDATION Learner Modules 32 Figure 8. PACE TULSA AGS Foundation Learner Modules 39
  5. 5. Abstract This report documents a multi-phased effort that explains the intellectual and scientific design development and proof-of-concept validation learner environments (LE). This report design is to manage education panel presentations within A MOODLE. Moodle is a Learning Platform of course management systems (CMS) - a free Open Source software package is designed to help educators create effective online ... environments. The parameters defined during prior research within the Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education MOODLE, follows development and internal testing, participants are volunteers with experiences within intersecting Public Transportation Policy. Often relying on think-out- loud approach, specificity surveys, PSAs, Electronic cards, SMS, Live Polls and Instant Continuous Streaming in an effort to capture as much subjective feedback as possible, with the intent to identify possible changes that should be made both based on observations made by researchers and preferences suggested by participants. Adjustments were made, creating a user-modified normative LE. Objective and subjective core behavior and core measurements are collected and analyzed in accordance with the targeted research questions. Ultimately, this examination seeks to demonstrates the need and resulting impact of a curriculum intersecting public transportation policy and public safety in the United States. Keywords: bicycles, pedestrian and sidewalks, bicycling, pedestrian safety, safe routes to school, safety education, school children, school crossings, walking, children, critical thinking, social cognition, skepticism
  6. 6. Introduction Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is a curriculum intersecting public transportation policy and public safety in the United States. Affecting both motorist safety and pedestrian security. Selected information in this PACE curriculum will clarify what pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculums better define public transportation surface policy and public safety. The experience gained through delivery of desired content helps participants in this type of curriculum become better advocates “To Develop Core Ideological Goals that Impact Lives in an Objective Way leading to Firm Commitments; Employable Decisions, and Creative Solutions for Our World.” Initial Considerations: 1. The Human Factors through experiences 2. Key Challenge’s to an Educational Curriculum This document serves as a report for “An Examination: Intersecting Awareness 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale.” As a platform for planning, designing, developing, testing, and executing the procedures outlined herein. This study builds upon previous efforts to employ human factors experience based in preparation for the ongoing, and perhaps infinitely evolving. While deploying the pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum and design. This project had to follow a proof-of-concept design approach, while considering user participation and experiences. To bridge the gap design teams had to make the information collected uniquely defined. An Examination: A Study of Intersection Awareness 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale study segment area is 2.52 km. The total distance around the examination is 6.35 km. These
  7. 7. measurement distances translate into about 3.94 sq. miles. There are 17 city blocks East to West and 18 city blocks North to South.
  8. 8. What does PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION expect to learn from this study? 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale Study Area Figure 1. Map of the Study Area
  9. 9. Figure 2. Streets in the Study Area 31st St. S. Harvard Ave. E. 31st Pl. S. Indianapolis Ave. E. 32nd St. S. Jamestown Ave. E. 32nd Pl. S. Knoxville Ave. E. 33rd St. S. Louisville Ave E. 34th Pl. S. Marion Ave. E. 35th St. S. New Haven Ave. E. 35th Pl. S. Oswego Ave. E. 36th St. S. Pittsburg Ave. E. 36th Pl. S. Pittsburg Pl. E. 37th St. S. Quebec Ave. E. 38th Pl. S. Richmond Ave. E. 38th St. S. Toledo Ave. E. 39th St. S. Toledo Pl. E. 40th St. S. Urbana Ave. E. 41st St. S. Winston Ave. S. Yale Ave. As previously addressed in the FY2016 Oklahoma Highway Safety Office report (see Performance Measure C-10 on page 10), Oklahoma did not meet the 2015 target for reducing the number of pedestrian fatalities (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014). Pedestrian awareness campaigns all have one common interest. “One-Voice in Transportation.” However, without financing they don’t have the power to regain their rightful place as advocacy based “US Citizen Public Awareness Organizations.” That means that a lot of the groundwork that has already been started over time by various entities will just remain untapped; dormant; or worse not relevant to current world events. So, readers like you and I lose interest.
  10. 10. Our concerns? 1. A lack of understanding about pedestrian crossing signals? 2. A failure of pedestrians to obey pedestrian traffic signals? 3. A failure of drivers to look for pedestrians in crosswalks and unmarked crossings? 4. Pedestrians walking in dark conditions? 5. Pedestrians & drivers unaware of distractions? What do pedestrian awareness crosswalk education campaigns seek? 1. These fundraising campaigns seek re-enfranchisement in the community that has faithfully served them loyally. 2. These fundraising campaigns seek to regain their “One-Voice in Transportation.” 3. These fundraising campaigns seek to “Rise Up,” out-of-of critical underfinancing. In response, Oklahoma initiated a request for 12 – FY 2016 Funded Project Expenditures 13 NHTSA Countermeasures That Work, A Highway Safety Countermeasure Guide for State Highway Safety Offices, Seventh Edition, 2013. (Thompson, 2016) These unique growth and learner development environments (LE) contribute to successful implementation of Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education Curriculum and Design.
  11. 11. What does PACE expect to learn about 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale? Figure 3. Types of Data What type of area is it zoned as? Type of ATS Overpasses # of Vacant Lots Bodies of water Expressways Average price of Houses Community Outreach Thoroughfares Ownerships v Rentals Sidewalk space Signalized/Unsignalized Types of Accidents Wheelchair accessible School crossings Types of Commercial Businesses Entrance Pads Automation Type of Churches Joggers paths Mid-section warning Types of Crimes Bridges High-traffic areas Families House-hold income Unemployed Retired Veteran Industries PACE TULSA national campaigns PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, has established National Campaign Hooks to disseminate the knowledge we have gained from our listeners all across America. We have interesting seminars and information presentations for everyone to enjoy and learn from. 1. Make Sure Drivers Can See You (Paint the Lines Bolder Petition) 2. Safety Education Successes (+0.8 BAC, Restrained/Unrestrained Occupants, Injury/Non-Injury Fatalities, VMT) 3. One Vision 2020 (Autonomous Asynchronous Vehicles, Learning environments & Learning designs, Highway Safety Countermeasures)
  12. 12. 4. Pedestrian-Safety-Starts-With-Me (Fundraising Campaign) 5. Crosswalk Zone (Safety Myths and Facts, Quizzes) 6. Public Policy Bunker (Local & State Public Transportation Policies) 7. Get On BOARD (Membership & Media Outreach) 8. Stop and Think…Before You Cross (Safety Training Operation Protocol STOP) 9. Listen Before You Cross (Specificity Surveys) 10. Know More About Pedestrian Awareness (Campaign Planner for Pedestrians and Motorists) 11. Practice Mind on Driving (Gait Kinematics, Peripheral Id, Americans with Disabilities & Focused Drivers and Pedestrians) 12. Everyone is a Pedestrian (Attitude Assessments and Professional development) What is PACE TULSA AGS Foundation? PACE TULSA AGS is a place of access and opportunity to explore. PACE TULSA AGS is a brain-network. PACE TULSA AGS is a think-tank. More importantly, PACE TULSA AGS is an open forum for ALL PEOPLE 18 years of age and older. We would like to bridge the gap, when it comes to preparing people of all ages for their Journeys throughout their lives, as well as, in their careers. If you are looking to go to the next level in your understanding intersecting pedestrian awareness education and public transportation, your search is over.
  13. 13. What Role do I play in AGS? 1. Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants are encouraged to functionally browse interesting content links. PACETULSA AGS survey participants are essential to establishing coordinated logic within this brain-network while preparing mentally for future societal engagement. 2. Conventional Data Storage and Administration. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants are virtually recorded and simultaneously broadcast responding TO expanding “ecclesiological branches” of knowledge that concern itself with nature, self-economy, and self-constitution for the GOODWILL OF MANKIND! 3. Multi-Channel and Dynamic Delivery. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants are the stimulus which ignites structural frameworks that are at play for future systems and customs. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants’ upgrade knowledge and are personally rewarded by “Equity of Redemption” for dialectic pronunciation.
  14. 14. Building A Successful Leadership Leadership Qualities All good “Leaders” share these qualities: 1. Ability to improve current professional skills. 2. Ability to gain insight into their behaviors which affect personal professional growth. 3. Ability to increase their business in every way. “If successful…these ‘leaders’ can unlock their potential to the benefit of their organizations; their communities and the world society.” All excellent “Leaders” share these qualities 1. Ability to notice. 2. Ability to study. 3. Ability to understand conscious or unconscious drivers of behavior. Core Behaviors Interpreter stewards’ deriver their body of knowledge by understanding coordinated logic within the science of intellectual thought. To accurately establish premise to these core behaviors in thought, we look to the English philosopher and statesman Sir Francis Bacon. Sir Francis Bacon’s, Advancement of Learning (Bacon, 1857-1870), is essentially a treatise on modern scientific thought. Bacon emphasizes:
  15. 15. 1. People are the servants and interpreters of nature. 2. Truth is not derived from authority, but is only a variable indicator of fact. 3. Knowledge is the fruit of experience. PACE TULSA AGS seeks to present a forum to harness modern foundations of critical scientific thinking into intellectual conversations about pedestrian awareness crosswalk education topics. Sir Francis Bacon’s “ampliative inference” is a: 1. Inductive reasoning technique. 2. Logic improving scientific hypothesis. (Corroborative methodology) The Scottish historian and philosopher, David Hume, in “A Treatise of Human Nature,” describes the development of material experience within skepticism as a philosophical doctrine that denies the possibility of attaining knowledge of reality apart from human perception. Skepticism is in fact based on views about: 1. Scope (expansive pre-dispositions of the human mind) 2. Validity of human knowledge (limited pre-suppositions based on the workings of the brain) The way that Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is a curriculum intersecting public transportation policy and public safety in the United States directly correlates with the body of
  16. 16. information created of topical hypotheses designated after thorough experimentation within the science of intellectual thought derived from understanding specificity surveys. Some key indicators that signal successful implementation of training and education programs are as they relate to pedestrian awareness crosswalk education are called core behavior and measurement outcome performance skills. According to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (Office, 2017), “the vast majority of motor vehicle fatalities in Oklahoma are the result of driver behavior. Impaired driving, speeding, distracted driving, and not wearing a seatbelt are behaviors that can be changed through awareness, education and strict enforcement of traffic safety laws.” What is a pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum? A crosswalk curriculum refers to a process used avail learning outcomes measureable throughout a series of performance standards. At PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, we prefer to categorize educational opportunities as objective when decisions lead: 1. Commitment. Local, state and national academic standards 2. Employability. Local, state and national technical knowledge and skill standards 3. Creative Solutions. Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction. Conventional Data Storage and Administration. Multi-Channel and Dynamic Delivery. “To Develop Core Ideological Goals that Impact Lives in an Objective Way leading to Firm Commitments; Employable Decisions, and Creative Solutions for Our World." -PACE TULSA
  17. 17. Using “inductive reasoning” methodology; we could better understand public transportation events in real-time, leading to ‘up-to-the’ minute live broadcasts and simultaneously cast programming. The following Figure illustrates a type of “inductive reasoning” methodology based upon a typical once married couple, now divorced, in Tulsa, OK. In this Figure 4. Material Experience within Skepticism we are questioning the possibilities demonstrating the truth of beliefs about the external world as we see it by causal connections; future events, or metaphysical entities created of these accurate observations in perception. Figure 4. Material Experience within Skepticism
  18. 18. However, the reality is we can’t say with absolute authority that this material experience within skepticism is truth (Lee K, 2000). Although, we can say that the knowledge is the fruit of experience from this natural example. There are primary emotions. You are born with these emotions wired into your brain. That wiring causes your body to react in certain ways and for you to have certain urges when the emotion arises (BECK, 2015). Here is a list of primary emotions: Eight primary emotions (PE) 1. Anger: fury, outrage, wrath, irritability, hostility, resentment and violence. 2. Sadness: grief, sorrow, gloom, melancholy, despair, loneliness, and depression. 3. Fear: anxiety, apprehension, nervousness, dread, fright, and panic. 4. Joy: enjoyment, happiness, relief, bliss, delight, pride, thrill, and ecstasy. 5. Interest: acceptance, friendliness, trust, kindness, affection, love, devotion, compassion. 6. Surprise: shock, astonishment, amazement, astound, and wonder. 7. Disgust: contempt, disdain, scorn, aversion, distaste, and revulsion. 8. Shame: guilt, embarrassment, chagrin, remorse, regret, and contrition. There are corresponding emotions in every stage of material experience in skepticism. Paul Ekman, in the 1960s, traveled around the U.S., Chile, Argentina, and Brazil. In each location, he showed people photos of different facial expressions and asked them to match the images with six different emotions: happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, fear, and disgust. “There was very high agreement,” Ekman says. Once there, he showed locals the same photos he’d shown his
  19. 19. other research subjects. He gave them a choice between three photos and asked them to pick images that matched various stories (such as “this man’s child has just died”). Adult participants chose the expected emotion between 28 and 100 percent of the time, depending which photos they were choosing among. (The 28 percent was a bit of an outlier: That was when people had to choose between fear, surprise, and sadness. The next lowest rate was 48 percent.) Emotions are biologically innate, universal to all humans, and displayed through facial expressions (Eckman, 2015). And so the six emotions used in Ekman’s studies came to be known as the “basic emotions” all humans recognize and experience. For example: 1. When we met. When we got married. CE Sadness 48% 2. The event that caused you to have 4 children. CE Joy 3. Probably…since you had a Cesarean and Tubal Ligation before we were married. CE Anger 4. Led to a Tubal Ligation Reversal, but not the Cesarean. CE Joy 5. And then…YOU had a 5th Child (BLAKE). CE Joy 6. Because NOW you DO have a Daughter. She LOOKS exactly like YOU! CE Fear 7. HOW am I the FUTURE EVENT that CAUSED YOU to have a 6th CHILD? CE Joy Pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum and design Since Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Federal Highway Administration have teamed with the Department of Public Safety, there has to be more intensive focus opportunities for our
  20. 20. community leaders to become involved with public safety. (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014) Preliminary research summary – key points 1. Target Audiences 2. Young Drivers 3. Working-Age Adult Pedestrians Key Issues ( (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014): 1. Drivers yielding to pedestrians in unmarked crosswalks 2. Drivers yielding to pedestrians when making a right or left turn in a signalized crosswalk 3. Pedestrians understanding the meaning of the “walk” and “don’t walk” signals 4. Pedestrians understanding the need to be visible, i.e. Wear reflective materials Focus group recommendations for commercial production: 1. Make sure the spots have emotional impact as opposed to humor 2. Use visuals of children 3. Learning environments & learning designs Desired Outcomes for the “Driver” Targeted Spots (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014): 1. More drivers stay alert when approaching intersections.
  21. 21. 2. More drivers yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. 3. The spots teach people to appropriately identify pedestrian crossing signs. 4. The spots educate people about what the pedestrian crossing signs mean. Key Messages for the “Driver” Targeted Spots: 1. Stay alert at ALL intersections 2. Yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk Desired Outcomes for the “Pedestrian” Targeted Spots: 1. More pedestrians use the crosswalks and watch for turning vehicles 2. More pedestrians are educated about the meanings of pedestrian signals 3. More pedestrians are educated about the need for improving their visibility to drivers at night. Key Messages for the “Pedestrian” Targeted Spots: 1. Follow the pedestrian signals 2. Make yourself visible at night with reflective materials and a flashlight 3. Use crosswalks and look for vehicles while crossing An online LMS environment allows the student or listener to follow along with the presenter at his or her own pace (Learning, 2013) The online interaction within and outside of the modules often is less intimidating because the presenter is only on the screen and not in person.
  22. 22. Figure 5. Module Object Observation Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) The online LMS educational material must be presented in a form that is more concise because it must be instructional while also easily understandable. The material presented must be used by the learner or listener as a tool for further study or investigation. This study or investigation is within the user’s personal space, so the dimension of privacy is greater. The test and or quiz material is often shorter. There is less content, so that only the most crucial elements of the lesson are provided. Further in 2017 several researchers have found that learning in a Module Object Observation Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) is often strategically the best approach when budgets are strained. (Williams, 2013)
  23. 23. Figure 6. Core Emotions and Material Skepticism 1. Along with the Core emotions (CE) there are also inductive observations discovered from each encounter. 2. Before we met YOU were not happy, because of past betrayal; because your family couldn’t grow; because you only had boys. 3. When we met YOU showed you Cesarean scars and told your FUTURE HUSBAND about the Tubal Ligation. 4. After THE DIVORCE YOU gave BIRTH to another CHILD, so you had a Reversed Tubal Ligation. And the CHILD is named BLAKE. 5. Some-Time later…YOU gave BIRTH again. This time your CHILD did not miscarry or abort as was the case while trying to conceive BLAKE. And the CHILD is a GIRL. YOU now have a DAUGHTER. SHE LOOKS exactly LIKE YOU.
  24. 24. 6. HOW your EX-HUSBAND the FUTURE EVENT that CAUSED YOU to have a 6th CHILD? David Hume, would call to question a demonstration of the truth of beliefs in causal connections, future events & metaphysical events. Where can we find further understanding about the 6th EVENT? Can the 6th EVENT intersect our perceptions bringing awareness that doesn’t need further truth? To better understand material skepticism in material experience we must turn to the 3 modes of learning. 3 modes of learning Examples 1. Visual (Still or Active) 2. Audio (Motivation or Music) 3. Kinesthetic (Feel) The better way to interpretation within the science of intellectual thought should embody instructions that correspond with the example modes of learning (FC., 2006). 1. Listening (Understanding what is being presented)
  25. 25. 2. Watching (Using the brain to interpret the data while clinically responding to media caveat) 3. Seeing (Clear unobstructed focal attention) 4. Reading (Out Loud Speak or Memorization) From both the modes of learning and the instructions we receive conscious (the emotions that we know we have based on how we are feeling) or unconscious (the micro expressions we get from not even understanding how we feel based on a particular event or activity). You are screaming at the top of your lungs and aggressively driving in your own vehicle because no one else is being affect by your rage. However, each time you perform this type of behavior alone you form clinical micro-aggressions. That translates inside of your brain as an emotion that is not clearly obvious based on facial expression. Now, when you perform this behavior there is no longer an attached core emotion because you don’t even know what you are truly feeling (Eckman, 2015). Sir Francis Bacon categorizes indicators of authority and respect as premise to “Novum Organum; Core Measurement Ideology 1. Accurate observations 2. Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3. Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics.
  26. 26. 4. Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories One of the most clichés, “It’s more than obvious that I am the right choice for this position.” However, ‘obvious choices’ are not always connected to the right attitude. Choices are not always difficult. The good news is that if along with making the best career choice’s you also know the indicators of authority and respect your application and resume is more competitive than your peers. Obtaining professional career choices “Assertiveness absent any appreciation for what might be lurking just around the next corner makes a poor basis for strategy.” (Bacevich, 2017) The position today in domestic policy-making is that strong and aggressive diplomacy is best accomplished when there is conversation that clearly distinguishes enforceable authority from rhetorical antipathy polarizing political aversion. Consider, being in an interview, and unexpected the HR consultant asks, “Do you believe that success depends more on what you know than on whom you know”? First impressions are the most lasting. And you have ‘rocked’ every question asked of you up until this point. Think about how you would respond. Through U.S. stratagem domestic and foreign policy has sought to quell dissention and raise social consciousness leading to stronger democratic participation. Most professional leaders want:
  27. 27. 1. To be treasured. 2. To be highly-favored 3. To create intrinsic value classic indicators of authority and respect; “Novum Organum” guides career strategy; career goals; and the appropriate leadership attitude. A strategy exercise: Assessing authority and respect There are eight different scenarios below. These scenarios should be matched to the corresponding core measurement ideology. Read the scenario and then circle the correct core measurement ideology. At the end of the segment, we will decide what type of leader you are based on your answers. Scenario 1. Omnium-gatherum of foreign revolutionaries variously committed to overthrowing the capitalist order, rooting out the vestiges of colonialism and, above all, liberating__________________(Fill in the blank) Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics.
  28. 28. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 2. Counter-terrorism strategy based on “active prevention, pre-emption and retaliation. Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 3. Lockerbie, Scotland. December 21, 1998. Reagan. Libyan agents blew up Pan Am flight 103. 259 passengers and crew. 189 Americans were among them. How many passengers were not American? Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 4. Hitler described as “Genuine article” in 1945. Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario?
  29. 29. 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 5. Ronald Reagan, U.S. President (January 20, 1981 – January 20, 1989) described as the “Embodiment of constancy and moral purpose.” Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 6. Saddam Hussein’s’ fighting method if any, ‘was to strike out in all directions, vaguely hoping that some maximal threshold of violence would eventually induce his foes to relent.” Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 7.
  30. 30. “Using 1950s vintage Soviet missiles, Saddam initiated random attacks against Iranian cities. Iran replied-in-kind. Chemical weapons; resistive authority against his own; and airstrikes on oil- fields and ships.” Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 8. The commitment of U.S. expeditionary forces under the command of CENTCOMS General George Crist, finally brought things to a conclusion. Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories
  31. 31. Core Learner Implementation Learning environments & learning designs An online LMS environment allows the student or listener to follow along with the presenter at his or her own pace. (Learning, 2013) The online interaction within and outside of the modules often is less intimidating because the presenter is only on the screen and not in person. (Learning, 2013) The online LMS educational material must be presented in a form that is more concise because it must be instructional while also easily understandable. (Learning, 2013) The material presented must be used by the learner or listener as a tool for further study or investigation. This study or investigation is within the user’s personal space, so the dimension of privacy is greater. (Learning, 2013) The test and or quiz material is often shorter. There is less content, so that only the most crucial elements of the lesson are provided. (Learning, 2013) Further in 2017 several researchers have found that learning in a Module Object Observation Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) is often strategically the best approach when budgets are strained. (Williams, 2013)
  32. 32. Figure 7. PACE FOUNDATION LEARNER MODULES Phase 1: Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction The research team worked closely with the internal hardware and software developers to design and develop a working Learner Environment (LE) prototype. The development included designing the user interface, applications, and the dynamic cyber-virtual parameters (e.g., filtering, scheduling, prioritization, and presentation) based on guidelines provided within the Learner Environment (LE) reports developed as Advanced Distributed Learning. Next generation learner: Anthropology of personal assistants for learning. Within methods of presentation thereof; Roth, J. (2009). How much MOODLE really costs… Social learning. Explores the priority matrix and adds plausible assumptions based on user interactions which ensure that the most relevant content announcements will always exist within a Cybernetic- Virtual Online Environment (CVE). are presented in a methodical and efficient method, ensuring that the interactionist is appropriately informed without unnecessarily increasing workload within the driving environment. Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction might be filtered (i.e.,
  33. 33. discarded), dynamically adjusted in relative priority, scheduled for presentation, and presented to the interactionist in the CVE (PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, 2017.) Details of this process are as follows: Filtering: Messages given the current driver context or survey respondent interaction, may be immediately blocked and not processed by the implementation stages. Filtering occurs based on user settings when driver or pedestrian environmental conditions indicate it is unsafe to provide corresponding answers and responses. Prioritization: When numerous applications are operating, multiple messages are opened, read, stored or simultaneously submitted. When multiple messages are cleared by the filter, a prioritization process determines the relative importance of the messages and assigns presentation order to label specific target consumers. Scheduling: Timing is the function of the scheduling process, which assesses the metadata and context information to determine when each message should be presented. This process controls message priority and ensures that drivers and pedestrian specificity survey participants translate information focusing primary tasks such as driving or data manipulation through inductive logic. In some cases, the scheduling process may allow certain high-priority messages to interrupt lower priority messages.
  34. 34. Presentation: Number of media placements. Number of “impressions” made. Dollar value of “earned media.” Number of hits to your website. Number of calls received by your 800 or other phone number. Number of requests for materials The platform implemented for testing as part of this effort was designed with the platform user in mind. The is some distributive equity within customization tools, however, content providers; knowledge stewards and content purchasers’ efforts are expanded to include may applications. Table 1 includes a list of applications that were developed and included in this study. Content Providers Some of the more critical challenges for the Content Providers involved using Adobe Creative Commons development tools for imaging, photography, document design, templates and other Share Point Applications such as: Excel Spreadsheet, Power Point, Note Pad, Outlook, Word, Google Slides, One Note, Access and Publisher to create content that is easily understandable and able to be referenced as a reliable and trustworthy media caveat. Other challenges for the Content provider involve people source tasks like being able to effectively: 1) Identify gaps and provide recommendations to rectify between what is said and what is actually practiced in driver safety and other pedestrian awareness safety education curriculums.
  35. 35. 2) Highlight the differences between Pedestrians and Driver’s, realizing that the larger the gap in this designation, the greater the problem. 3) Provide an opportunity to connect and interact with Pedestrians and Drivers almost simultaneously. Identify gaps between Public Transportation Policy perceptions; goals; and actual policy initiatives within the Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education Advocacy community. 4) Actively service internal benchmarks. Following measurable means for achieving pedestrian campaigns in communities. Realize trends and progress. 5) Determine where current Public Transportation Policies work and where they fall short. Be an operational tool because responsive to Pedestrian’s actions. 6) Pedestrians must feel everyone in the community is on board with improving Public Transportation Policy for their Personal Security and Safety. Community leader’s care and listen to what they have to say. 7) Encourages citizen feedback openly and in public forums. Gauging leader roles as a part of the Public Safety community. 8) Encourage open communication among various organizational layers involving all key players. Choose realistic strategies. Establish a shared vision. Build ownership at all levels. Institutionalize change. And Publicize successes Public Transportation Policy The Oklahoma Department of Transportation Policy is used to facilitate and incorporate, safe convenient walking and bicycling facilities into transportation projects. Every
  36. 36. transportation agency, including ODOT, has the responsibility to improve conditions and opportunities for walking and bicycling and to integrate walking and bicycling into their transportation systems. Because of the numerous individual and community benefits that walking and bicycling provide—including health, safety, environmental, transportation, and quality of life—transportation agencies are encouraged to go beyond minimum standards to provide safe and convenient facilities for these modes (United States. Federal Highway Administration, 2010.) Public transportation provides people with mobility and access to employment, community resources, medical care, and recreational opportunities in communities across America. It benefits those who choose to ride, as well as, those who have no other transportation. Over 90 percent of public assistance recipients do not own a car; and must rely on public transportation. Public Transit provides a basic mobility service to these persons and to all others without access to a car. The incorporation of public transportation options and considerations into broader economic land use planning can also help a community expand business opportunities, reduce sprawl, and create a sense of community through transit-oriented development. By creating a locus for public activities, such development contributes to a sense of community and can enhance neighborhood safety and security. For these reasons, areas with good public transit systems are economically thriving communities and offer location advantages to businesses and individuals choosing to work or live in them. And in times of emergency, public transportation is critical to safe and efficient evacuation, providing the resiliency America needs in its emergency transportation network.
  37. 37. Public transportation also helps to reduce road congestion and travel times, air pollution, and energy and oil consumption, all of which benefit both riders and non-riders alike. (Federal Highway Administration, 2010) Phase 2: Conventional Data Storage and Administration Internal Storage Internal storage is a device housed inside the computer. It comes in two broad types, as of 2014; spinning disk hard disk drives and solid state hard drives. Spinning disk drives have platters of magnetic material that get written and rewritten by a drive head. Solid state disks use flash memory to store data. Solid state disk drives are much faster than spinning platters, and can fit unusual case shapes, like the MacBook Air or Ultrabook, for example. Solid state drives are much more expensive for a given capacity than a conventional spinning disk drive. External Storage External storage devices include removable media like optical disks and SD Cards and USB-connected flash drives (called "thumb drives" because of their size) and externally connected hard drives. External storage is used to back up computer data, move files between a computer and a different machine without a network, and make copies of something for other users. As of mid-2014, optical disks are on the way out in consumer devices, external hard drives are used for backing up systems, and thumb drives are used for most conventional file transfers.
  38. 38. Network Storage Networked storage devices included shared file servers, network accessible storage (NAS) devices and cloud services. All of these take the idea of an external hard drive and change the connection method from USB to a full network connection. You add file servers to your local domain and have total control over who accesses which files on your server. You can plug an NAS device to your router and every computer on your local network can store files on it for a more informal file sharing method. You can also use services like Drop Box, Box and Sky Drive to put files up on another vendor's servers and access them through the Internet. (Techwalla, 2017 ) Knowledge Stewards The unemployment rate in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is 4.90%, with job growth of 2.45%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 40.00% in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The sales tax rate is 8.52% in Tulsa, Oklahoma Income tax is 5.00%. Tulsa, Oklahoma income and salaries. The income per capita is $27,313, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $41,957. In Tulsa, Oklahoma like other urban cities there are vehicle and non-vehicle accidents involving pedestrians. According to Accident Sinus as of March 8, 2017, there have been a total of 69 reported accidents (vehicle and non-vehicle) involving pedestrians. Since these accidents statistics are extremely high for a population of about 603,403 people, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION would like to explore corporate workplace offerings as a non-traditional classroom to extend pedestrian awareness crosswalk education interventions. At the current rate there will be a total of 276 accidents in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa, County area alone. These estimates do not include the other 76 counties of Oklahoma. At this time there are 805 reported accidents total for the State of Oklahoma (Sinus, 2017). This number is unacceptable to our
  39. 39. foundation. In partnership with the Department of Labor or the Department of Transportation, Workforce Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services or other state and non-state agencies PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, could initiate a self-report study to assess attitudes and behaviors toward Safety Training Operation Protocol (STOP) within and outside of focus groups within corporate positions. Other identifiable training programs, interventions and policy-level actions being offered by these corporations provides a straightforward approach to elicit and compel employee perspectives for local road safety and pedestrian laws. It is expected that employee health while bridged with global pedestrian awareness crosswalk education strategy (Current Tulsa County, 2016, 2017). Helps corporations and the local communities they serve to implement corporate traffic-safety policy; (Sinus, 2017)Heighten awareness of local infrastructure improvements; Heals advocacy relationships that seek road Safety with other governing partners; and Provides employees with education and access to resources that improve public transportation policy (Sara F. Jacoby, January 2017). Figure 8. PACE TULSA AGS Foundation Learner Modules Phase 3: Multi-Channel Dynamic Delivery
  40. 40. As illustrated, the Learner Environment (LE) MOODLE shares a wide-range of designing user interface, applications, and the dynamic cyber-virtual parameters message types and content, from Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction to Share Point Applications, which filter data in center-stack area servers which store and manage data, as well as, the prioritization of Learner Environments (LE) are delivered to Knowledge Stewards that manipulate data and content by deciding Conventional Data Storage processes and Administration procedures. Once the data is received by the Content Purchaser the material is sent via devices to Multi-Channel Dynamic Delivery channel. Content Purchasers Delivery channels A delivery channel represents a delivery endpoint, such as an e-mail server or Web server. Using the protocol specified by the delivery channel, Notification Services delivers notifications to the delivery endpoint. The delivery endpoint may forward the notification as appropriate. Delivery channels are associated with individual notifications using subscriber devices. When a user creates a subscription, they select a device on which to receive the notifications. The selection of a device associates a delivery channel with each subscription, and ultimately with each notification. Each instance has one or more delivery channels. Each delivery channel is associated with one delivery protocol, which Notification Services uses to send notifications and perform other communication with the delivery channel. (Microsoft, 2017)
  41. 41. References Bacevich, A. J. (2017). America's War for the Greater Middle East. New York: Random House. Bacon, F. (1857-1870). Advancement of Learning. In: The Works of Francis Bacon. London: London: Longman. BECK, J. (2015, February 24). Hard Feelings: Science’s Struggle to Define Emotions. Retrieved from The Atlantic: <https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/02/hard-feelings- sciences-struggle-to-define-emotions/385711/> Current Tulsa County. (2016, 2017). Retrieved from Suburbanstats.org: <https://suburbanstats.org/population/oklahoma/how-many-people-live-in-tulsa-county> Eckman, P. (2015, December 8). Paul Ekman Group - training tools to teach you to read the emotions of those around you, based off of 40 years of scientific research. San Francisco, CA, USA. FC., K. (2006). Explanation and understanding. Annual Review of Psychology, 57:227–254. Federal Highway Administration, O. (2010, February 11). Bicycle Pedestrian Guidance Policy and Accomendations. Retrieved from Federal Highway Administration, ODOT: <https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/bicycle_pedestrian/guidance/policy_accom.cfm > Lee K, C. C. (2000). Extracting truthful information from lies: Emergence of the expression- representation distinction. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly., 46:1–20. Microsoft. (2017, April 19). Tech Net. Retrieved from Microsoft.com: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms166484(v=sql.90).aspx Office, O. H. ( 2017, February 17). Visit the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office Home page. Retrieved from Oklahoma Highway Safety Office: https://ok.gov/ohso/
  42. 42. Sara F. Jacoby, L. K. (January 2017). Road safety perspectives among employees of a multinational corporation in urban India: local context for global injury prevention. International Journal Of Injury Control And Safety Promotion Publication. Sinus, A. (2017, April 19). Accident Sinus is an accident reporting system that keeps track of all vehicle and non-vehicle accidents in the United States. Retrieved from Accident Reporting System: <http://www.accidentsinus.com/States/Oklahoma/RoadAccidents_Oklahoma_TrafficeRe ports.aspx?StateID=36> Techwalla. (2017 , April 16). Different types of computer storage devices. Retrieved from Techwalla: https://www.techwalla.com/articles/different-types-of-computer-storage- devices. U., J. M. ( 2017 , Apr 19). Core Emotions. Retrieved from Core Emotions Counseling Center: <https://www.jmu.edu/counselingctr/files/About%20Emotions.pdf> United States. Federal Highway Administration. (2010., March 11). Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved from Bicycle Pedestrian Guidance Policy: <https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/environment/bicycle_pedestrian/guidance/policy_accom.cfm >
  43. 43. Appendix Table 1. Oklahoma Statewide Crashes Table 2. Countermeasures That Work. A Highway Safety Countermeasure
  44. 44. Table 2. Pedestrian Crashes and Injury Severity The top three pedestrian actions that resulted in injury. 1. Crossing not at an Intersection 2. Walking/ Riding with Traffic 3. Unknown/ Can’t remember/ Don’t know

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This report documents a multi-phased effort that explains the intellectual and scientific design development and proof-of-concept validation learner environments (LE). This report design is to manage education panel presentations within A MOODLE. Moodle is a Learning Platform of course management systems (CMS) - a free Open Source software package is designed to help educators create effective online ... environments.

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  2. 2. Table of Contents Abstract.............................................................................................................................. 6 Introduction......................................................................................................................... 7 What does PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION expect to learn from this study?....... 9 Our concerns? ............................................................................................................... 11 What do pedestrian awareness crosswalk education campaigns seek? ........................ 11 What does PACE expect to learn about 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale?...................... 12 PACE TULSA national campaigns .............................................................................. 12 What is PACE TULSA AGS Foundation? ................................................................... 13 What Role do I play in AGS? ...................................................................................... 14 Building A Successful Leadership................................................................................ 15 Leadership Qualities ..................................................................................................... 15 Core Behaviors.............................................................................................................. 15 What is a pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum?............................... 17 Eight primary emotions (PE) ........................................................................................ 19 Pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum and design .............................. 20 3 modes of learning....................................................................................................... 25 Core Measurement Ideology......................................................................................... 26 Obtaining professional career choices .......................................................................... 27 A strategy exercise: Assessing authority and respect .................................................. 28
  3. 3. Core Learner Implementation........................................................................................... 32 Phase 1: Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction ............................................................ 33 Content Providers...................................................................................................... 35 Public Transportation Policy......................................................................................... 36 Phase 2: Conventional Data Storage and Administration............................................. 38 Knowledge Stewards ................................................................................................ 39 Phase 3: Multi-Channel Dynamic Delivery.................................................................. 40 Content Purchasers.................................................................................................... 41 Delivery channels.......................................................................................................... 41 References......................................................................................................................... 42 Tables.................................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined.
  4. 4. Table of Figures Figure 1. Map of the Study Area 8 Figure 2. Streets in the Study Area 9 Figure 3. Types of Data 11 Figure 4. Material Experience in Skepticism 17 Figure 5. Module Observation Object Development Learner Environment 22 Figure 6. Core Emotions and Material Skepticism 23 Figure 7. PACE FOUNDATION Learner Modules 32 Figure 8. PACE TULSA AGS Foundation Learner Modules 39
  5. 5. Abstract This report documents a multi-phased effort that explains the intellectual and scientific design development and proof-of-concept validation learner environments (LE). This report design is to manage education panel presentations within A MOODLE. Moodle is a Learning Platform of course management systems (CMS) - a free Open Source software package is designed to help educators create effective online ... environments. The parameters defined during prior research within the Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education MOODLE, follows development and internal testing, participants are volunteers with experiences within intersecting Public Transportation Policy. Often relying on think-out- loud approach, specificity surveys, PSAs, Electronic cards, SMS, Live Polls and Instant Continuous Streaming in an effort to capture as much subjective feedback as possible, with the intent to identify possible changes that should be made both based on observations made by researchers and preferences suggested by participants. Adjustments were made, creating a user-modified normative LE. Objective and subjective core behavior and core measurements are collected and analyzed in accordance with the targeted research questions. Ultimately, this examination seeks to demonstrates the need and resulting impact of a curriculum intersecting public transportation policy and public safety in the United States. Keywords: bicycles, pedestrian and sidewalks, bicycling, pedestrian safety, safe routes to school, safety education, school children, school crossings, walking, children, critical thinking, social cognition, skepticism
  6. 6. Introduction Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is a curriculum intersecting public transportation policy and public safety in the United States. Affecting both motorist safety and pedestrian security. Selected information in this PACE curriculum will clarify what pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculums better define public transportation surface policy and public safety. The experience gained through delivery of desired content helps participants in this type of curriculum become better advocates “To Develop Core Ideological Goals that Impact Lives in an Objective Way leading to Firm Commitments; Employable Decisions, and Creative Solutions for Our World.” Initial Considerations: 1. The Human Factors through experiences 2. Key Challenge’s to an Educational Curriculum This document serves as a report for “An Examination: Intersecting Awareness 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale.” As a platform for planning, designing, developing, testing, and executing the procedures outlined herein. This study builds upon previous efforts to employ human factors experience based in preparation for the ongoing, and perhaps infinitely evolving. While deploying the pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum and design. This project had to follow a proof-of-concept design approach, while considering user participation and experiences. To bridge the gap design teams had to make the information collected uniquely defined. An Examination: A Study of Intersection Awareness 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale study segment area is 2.52 km. The total distance around the examination is 6.35 km. These
  7. 7. measurement distances translate into about 3.94 sq. miles. There are 17 city blocks East to West and 18 city blocks North to South.
  8. 8. What does PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION expect to learn from this study? 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale Study Area Figure 1. Map of the Study Area
  9. 9. Figure 2. Streets in the Study Area 31st St. S. Harvard Ave. E. 31st Pl. S. Indianapolis Ave. E. 32nd St. S. Jamestown Ave. E. 32nd Pl. S. Knoxville Ave. E. 33rd St. S. Louisville Ave E. 34th Pl. S. Marion Ave. E. 35th St. S. New Haven Ave. E. 35th Pl. S. Oswego Ave. E. 36th St. S. Pittsburg Ave. E. 36th Pl. S. Pittsburg Pl. E. 37th St. S. Quebec Ave. E. 38th Pl. S. Richmond Ave. E. 38th St. S. Toledo Ave. E. 39th St. S. Toledo Pl. E. 40th St. S. Urbana Ave. E. 41st St. S. Winston Ave. S. Yale Ave. As previously addressed in the FY2016 Oklahoma Highway Safety Office report (see Performance Measure C-10 on page 10), Oklahoma did not meet the 2015 target for reducing the number of pedestrian fatalities (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014). Pedestrian awareness campaigns all have one common interest. “One-Voice in Transportation.” However, without financing they don’t have the power to regain their rightful place as advocacy based “US Citizen Public Awareness Organizations.” That means that a lot of the groundwork that has already been started over time by various entities will just remain untapped; dormant; or worse not relevant to current world events. So, readers like you and I lose interest.
  10. 10. Our concerns? 1. A lack of understanding about pedestrian crossing signals? 2. A failure of pedestrians to obey pedestrian traffic signals? 3. A failure of drivers to look for pedestrians in crosswalks and unmarked crossings? 4. Pedestrians walking in dark conditions? 5. Pedestrians & drivers unaware of distractions? What do pedestrian awareness crosswalk education campaigns seek? 1. These fundraising campaigns seek re-enfranchisement in the community that has faithfully served them loyally. 2. These fundraising campaigns seek to regain their “One-Voice in Transportation.” 3. These fundraising campaigns seek to “Rise Up,” out-of-of critical underfinancing. In response, Oklahoma initiated a request for 12 – FY 2016 Funded Project Expenditures 13 NHTSA Countermeasures That Work, A Highway Safety Countermeasure Guide for State Highway Safety Offices, Seventh Edition, 2013. (Thompson, 2016) These unique growth and learner development environments (LE) contribute to successful implementation of Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education Curriculum and Design.
  11. 11. What does PACE expect to learn about 31st & Harvard to 41st & Yale? Figure 3. Types of Data What type of area is it zoned as? Type of ATS Overpasses # of Vacant Lots Bodies of water Expressways Average price of Houses Community Outreach Thoroughfares Ownerships v Rentals Sidewalk space Signalized/Unsignalized Types of Accidents Wheelchair accessible School crossings Types of Commercial Businesses Entrance Pads Automation Type of Churches Joggers paths Mid-section warning Types of Crimes Bridges High-traffic areas Families House-hold income Unemployed Retired Veteran Industries PACE TULSA national campaigns PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, has established National Campaign Hooks to disseminate the knowledge we have gained from our listeners all across America. We have interesting seminars and information presentations for everyone to enjoy and learn from. 1. Make Sure Drivers Can See You (Paint the Lines Bolder Petition) 2. Safety Education Successes (+0.8 BAC, Restrained/Unrestrained Occupants, Injury/Non-Injury Fatalities, VMT) 3. One Vision 2020 (Autonomous Asynchronous Vehicles, Learning environments & Learning designs, Highway Safety Countermeasures)
  12. 12. 4. Pedestrian-Safety-Starts-With-Me (Fundraising Campaign) 5. Crosswalk Zone (Safety Myths and Facts, Quizzes) 6. Public Policy Bunker (Local & State Public Transportation Policies) 7. Get On BOARD (Membership & Media Outreach) 8. Stop and Think…Before You Cross (Safety Training Operation Protocol STOP) 9. Listen Before You Cross (Specificity Surveys) 10. Know More About Pedestrian Awareness (Campaign Planner for Pedestrians and Motorists) 11. Practice Mind on Driving (Gait Kinematics, Peripheral Id, Americans with Disabilities & Focused Drivers and Pedestrians) 12. Everyone is a Pedestrian (Attitude Assessments and Professional development) What is PACE TULSA AGS Foundation? PACE TULSA AGS is a place of access and opportunity to explore. PACE TULSA AGS is a brain-network. PACE TULSA AGS is a think-tank. More importantly, PACE TULSA AGS is an open forum for ALL PEOPLE 18 years of age and older. We would like to bridge the gap, when it comes to preparing people of all ages for their Journeys throughout their lives, as well as, in their careers. If you are looking to go to the next level in your understanding intersecting pedestrian awareness education and public transportation, your search is over.
  13. 13. What Role do I play in AGS? 1. Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants are encouraged to functionally browse interesting content links. PACETULSA AGS survey participants are essential to establishing coordinated logic within this brain-network while preparing mentally for future societal engagement. 2. Conventional Data Storage and Administration. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants are virtually recorded and simultaneously broadcast responding TO expanding “ecclesiological branches” of knowledge that concern itself with nature, self-economy, and self-constitution for the GOODWILL OF MANKIND! 3. Multi-Channel and Dynamic Delivery. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants are the stimulus which ignites structural frameworks that are at play for future systems and customs. PACE TULSA AGS survey participants’ upgrade knowledge and are personally rewarded by “Equity of Redemption” for dialectic pronunciation.
  14. 14. Building A Successful Leadership Leadership Qualities All good “Leaders” share these qualities: 1. Ability to improve current professional skills. 2. Ability to gain insight into their behaviors which affect personal professional growth. 3. Ability to increase their business in every way. “If successful…these ‘leaders’ can unlock their potential to the benefit of their organizations; their communities and the world society.” All excellent “Leaders” share these qualities 1. Ability to notice. 2. Ability to study. 3. Ability to understand conscious or unconscious drivers of behavior. Core Behaviors Interpreter stewards’ deriver their body of knowledge by understanding coordinated logic within the science of intellectual thought. To accurately establish premise to these core behaviors in thought, we look to the English philosopher and statesman Sir Francis Bacon. Sir Francis Bacon’s, Advancement of Learning (Bacon, 1857-1870), is essentially a treatise on modern scientific thought. Bacon emphasizes:
  15. 15. 1. People are the servants and interpreters of nature. 2. Truth is not derived from authority, but is only a variable indicator of fact. 3. Knowledge is the fruit of experience. PACE TULSA AGS seeks to present a forum to harness modern foundations of critical scientific thinking into intellectual conversations about pedestrian awareness crosswalk education topics. Sir Francis Bacon’s “ampliative inference” is a: 1. Inductive reasoning technique. 2. Logic improving scientific hypothesis. (Corroborative methodology) The Scottish historian and philosopher, David Hume, in “A Treatise of Human Nature,” describes the development of material experience within skepticism as a philosophical doctrine that denies the possibility of attaining knowledge of reality apart from human perception. Skepticism is in fact based on views about: 1. Scope (expansive pre-dispositions of the human mind) 2. Validity of human knowledge (limited pre-suppositions based on the workings of the brain) The way that Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is a curriculum intersecting public transportation policy and public safety in the United States directly correlates with the body of
  16. 16. information created of topical hypotheses designated after thorough experimentation within the science of intellectual thought derived from understanding specificity surveys. Some key indicators that signal successful implementation of training and education programs are as they relate to pedestrian awareness crosswalk education are called core behavior and measurement outcome performance skills. According to the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office (Office, 2017), “the vast majority of motor vehicle fatalities in Oklahoma are the result of driver behavior. Impaired driving, speeding, distracted driving, and not wearing a seatbelt are behaviors that can be changed through awareness, education and strict enforcement of traffic safety laws.” What is a pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum? A crosswalk curriculum refers to a process used avail learning outcomes measureable throughout a series of performance standards. At PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, we prefer to categorize educational opportunities as objective when decisions lead: 1. Commitment. Local, state and national academic standards 2. Employability. Local, state and national technical knowledge and skill standards 3. Creative Solutions. Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction. Conventional Data Storage and Administration. Multi-Channel and Dynamic Delivery. “To Develop Core Ideological Goals that Impact Lives in an Objective Way leading to Firm Commitments; Employable Decisions, and Creative Solutions for Our World." -PACE TULSA
  17. 17. Using “inductive reasoning” methodology; we could better understand public transportation events in real-time, leading to ‘up-to-the’ minute live broadcasts and simultaneously cast programming. The following Figure illustrates a type of “inductive reasoning” methodology based upon a typical once married couple, now divorced, in Tulsa, OK. In this Figure 4. Material Experience within Skepticism we are questioning the possibilities demonstrating the truth of beliefs about the external world as we see it by causal connections; future events, or metaphysical entities created of these accurate observations in perception. Figure 4. Material Experience within Skepticism
  18. 18. However, the reality is we can’t say with absolute authority that this material experience within skepticism is truth (Lee K, 2000). Although, we can say that the knowledge is the fruit of experience from this natural example. There are primary emotions. You are born with these emotions wired into your brain. That wiring causes your body to react in certain ways and for you to have certain urges when the emotion arises (BECK, 2015). Here is a list of primary emotions: Eight primary emotions (PE) 1. Anger: fury, outrage, wrath, irritability, hostility, resentment and violence. 2. Sadness: grief, sorrow, gloom, melancholy, despair, loneliness, and depression. 3. Fear: anxiety, apprehension, nervousness, dread, fright, and panic. 4. Joy: enjoyment, happiness, relief, bliss, delight, pride, thrill, and ecstasy. 5. Interest: acceptance, friendliness, trust, kindness, affection, love, devotion, compassion. 6. Surprise: shock, astonishment, amazement, astound, and wonder. 7. Disgust: contempt, disdain, scorn, aversion, distaste, and revulsion. 8. Shame: guilt, embarrassment, chagrin, remorse, regret, and contrition. There are corresponding emotions in every stage of material experience in skepticism. Paul Ekman, in the 1960s, traveled around the U.S., Chile, Argentina, and Brazil. In each location, he showed people photos of different facial expressions and asked them to match the images with six different emotions: happiness, sadness, anger, surprise, fear, and disgust. “There was very high agreement,” Ekman says. Once there, he showed locals the same photos he’d shown his
  19. 19. other research subjects. He gave them a choice between three photos and asked them to pick images that matched various stories (such as “this man’s child has just died”). Adult participants chose the expected emotion between 28 and 100 percent of the time, depending which photos they were choosing among. (The 28 percent was a bit of an outlier: That was when people had to choose between fear, surprise, and sadness. The next lowest rate was 48 percent.) Emotions are biologically innate, universal to all humans, and displayed through facial expressions (Eckman, 2015). And so the six emotions used in Ekman’s studies came to be known as the “basic emotions” all humans recognize and experience. For example: 1. When we met. When we got married. CE Sadness 48% 2. The event that caused you to have 4 children. CE Joy 3. Probably…since you had a Cesarean and Tubal Ligation before we were married. CE Anger 4. Led to a Tubal Ligation Reversal, but not the Cesarean. CE Joy 5. And then…YOU had a 5th Child (BLAKE). CE Joy 6. Because NOW you DO have a Daughter. She LOOKS exactly like YOU! CE Fear 7. HOW am I the FUTURE EVENT that CAUSED YOU to have a 6th CHILD? CE Joy Pedestrian awareness crosswalk education curriculum and design Since Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Federal Highway Administration have teamed with the Department of Public Safety, there has to be more intensive focus opportunities for our
  20. 20. community leaders to become involved with public safety. (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014) Preliminary research summary – key points 1. Target Audiences 2. Young Drivers 3. Working-Age Adult Pedestrians Key Issues ( (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014): 1. Drivers yielding to pedestrians in unmarked crosswalks 2. Drivers yielding to pedestrians when making a right or left turn in a signalized crosswalk 3. Pedestrians understanding the meaning of the “walk” and “don’t walk” signals 4. Pedestrians understanding the need to be visible, i.e. Wear reflective materials Focus group recommendations for commercial production: 1. Make sure the spots have emotional impact as opposed to humor 2. Use visuals of children 3. Learning environments & learning designs Desired Outcomes for the “Driver” Targeted Spots (NHTSA State Highway Safety Offices, FY 2014): 1. More drivers stay alert when approaching intersections.
  21. 21. 2. More drivers yield to pedestrians in crosswalks. 3. The spots teach people to appropriately identify pedestrian crossing signs. 4. The spots educate people about what the pedestrian crossing signs mean. Key Messages for the “Driver” Targeted Spots: 1. Stay alert at ALL intersections 2. Yield to pedestrians in the crosswalk Desired Outcomes for the “Pedestrian” Targeted Spots: 1. More pedestrians use the crosswalks and watch for turning vehicles 2. More pedestrians are educated about the meanings of pedestrian signals 3. More pedestrians are educated about the need for improving their visibility to drivers at night. Key Messages for the “Pedestrian” Targeted Spots: 1. Follow the pedestrian signals 2. Make yourself visible at night with reflective materials and a flashlight 3. Use crosswalks and look for vehicles while crossing An online LMS environment allows the student or listener to follow along with the presenter at his or her own pace (Learning, 2013) The online interaction within and outside of the modules often is less intimidating because the presenter is only on the screen and not in person.
  22. 22. Figure 5. Module Object Observation Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) The online LMS educational material must be presented in a form that is more concise because it must be instructional while also easily understandable. The material presented must be used by the learner or listener as a tool for further study or investigation. This study or investigation is within the user’s personal space, so the dimension of privacy is greater. The test and or quiz material is often shorter. There is less content, so that only the most crucial elements of the lesson are provided. Further in 2017 several researchers have found that learning in a Module Object Observation Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) is often strategically the best approach when budgets are strained. (Williams, 2013)
  23. 23. Figure 6. Core Emotions and Material Skepticism 1. Along with the Core emotions (CE) there are also inductive observations discovered from each encounter. 2. Before we met YOU were not happy, because of past betrayal; because your family couldn’t grow; because you only had boys. 3. When we met YOU showed you Cesarean scars and told your FUTURE HUSBAND about the Tubal Ligation. 4. After THE DIVORCE YOU gave BIRTH to another CHILD, so you had a Reversed Tubal Ligation. And the CHILD is named BLAKE. 5. Some-Time later…YOU gave BIRTH again. This time your CHILD did not miscarry or abort as was the case while trying to conceive BLAKE. And the CHILD is a GIRL. YOU now have a DAUGHTER. SHE LOOKS exactly LIKE YOU.
  24. 24. 6. HOW your EX-HUSBAND the FUTURE EVENT that CAUSED YOU to have a 6th CHILD? David Hume, would call to question a demonstration of the truth of beliefs in causal connections, future events & metaphysical events. Where can we find further understanding about the 6th EVENT? Can the 6th EVENT intersect our perceptions bringing awareness that doesn’t need further truth? To better understand material skepticism in material experience we must turn to the 3 modes of learning. 3 modes of learning Examples 1. Visual (Still or Active) 2. Audio (Motivation or Music) 3. Kinesthetic (Feel) The better way to interpretation within the science of intellectual thought should embody instructions that correspond with the example modes of learning (FC., 2006). 1. Listening (Understanding what is being presented)
  25. 25. 2. Watching (Using the brain to interpret the data while clinically responding to media caveat) 3. Seeing (Clear unobstructed focal attention) 4. Reading (Out Loud Speak or Memorization) From both the modes of learning and the instructions we receive conscious (the emotions that we know we have based on how we are feeling) or unconscious (the micro expressions we get from not even understanding how we feel based on a particular event or activity). You are screaming at the top of your lungs and aggressively driving in your own vehicle because no one else is being affect by your rage. However, each time you perform this type of behavior alone you form clinical micro-aggressions. That translates inside of your brain as an emotion that is not clearly obvious based on facial expression. Now, when you perform this behavior there is no longer an attached core emotion because you don’t even know what you are truly feeling (Eckman, 2015). Sir Francis Bacon categorizes indicators of authority and respect as premise to “Novum Organum; Core Measurement Ideology 1. Accurate observations 2. Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3. Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics.
  26. 26. 4. Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories One of the most clichés, “It’s more than obvious that I am the right choice for this position.” However, ‘obvious choices’ are not always connected to the right attitude. Choices are not always difficult. The good news is that if along with making the best career choice’s you also know the indicators of authority and respect your application and resume is more competitive than your peers. Obtaining professional career choices “Assertiveness absent any appreciation for what might be lurking just around the next corner makes a poor basis for strategy.” (Bacevich, 2017) The position today in domestic policy-making is that strong and aggressive diplomacy is best accomplished when there is conversation that clearly distinguishes enforceable authority from rhetorical antipathy polarizing political aversion. Consider, being in an interview, and unexpected the HR consultant asks, “Do you believe that success depends more on what you know than on whom you know”? First impressions are the most lasting. And you have ‘rocked’ every question asked of you up until this point. Think about how you would respond. Through U.S. stratagem domestic and foreign policy has sought to quell dissention and raise social consciousness leading to stronger democratic participation. Most professional leaders want:
  27. 27. 1. To be treasured. 2. To be highly-favored 3. To create intrinsic value classic indicators of authority and respect; “Novum Organum” guides career strategy; career goals; and the appropriate leadership attitude. A strategy exercise: Assessing authority and respect There are eight different scenarios below. These scenarios should be matched to the corresponding core measurement ideology. Read the scenario and then circle the correct core measurement ideology. At the end of the segment, we will decide what type of leader you are based on your answers. Scenario 1. Omnium-gatherum of foreign revolutionaries variously committed to overthrowing the capitalist order, rooting out the vestiges of colonialism and, above all, liberating__________________(Fill in the blank) Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics.
  28. 28. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 2. Counter-terrorism strategy based on “active prevention, pre-emption and retaliation. Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 3. Lockerbie, Scotland. December 21, 1998. Reagan. Libyan agents blew up Pan Am flight 103. 259 passengers and crew. 189 Americans were among them. How many passengers were not American? Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 4. Hitler described as “Genuine article” in 1945. Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario?
  29. 29. 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 5. Ronald Reagan, U.S. President (January 20, 1981 – January 20, 1989) described as the “Embodiment of constancy and moral purpose.” Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 6. Saddam Hussein’s’ fighting method if any, ‘was to strike out in all directions, vaguely hoping that some maximal threshold of violence would eventually induce his foes to relent.” Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 7.
  30. 30. “Using 1950s vintage Soviet missiles, Saddam initiated random attacks against Iranian cities. Iran replied-in-kind. Chemical weapons; resistive authority against his own; and airstrikes on oil- fields and ships.” Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories Scenario 8. The commitment of U.S. expeditionary forces under the command of CENTCOMS General George Crist, finally brought things to a conclusion. Which Core Measurement Ideology attitude best fits this scenario? 1) Accurate observations 2) Empiricist theory (Experiences) v. Skepticism theory 3) Instantia crucis (Crucial instance) Human condition founds the economy, while human nature determines the politics. 4) Crucial Experiment (Two hypothesis) Deliberate creation of such a situation for the purpose of testing the rival theories
  31. 31. Core Learner Implementation Learning environments & learning designs An online LMS environment allows the student or listener to follow along with the presenter at his or her own pace. (Learning, 2013) The online interaction within and outside of the modules often is less intimidating because the presenter is only on the screen and not in person. (Learning, 2013) The online LMS educational material must be presented in a form that is more concise because it must be instructional while also easily understandable. (Learning, 2013) The material presented must be used by the learner or listener as a tool for further study or investigation. This study or investigation is within the user’s personal space, so the dimension of privacy is greater. (Learning, 2013) The test and or quiz material is often shorter. There is less content, so that only the most crucial elements of the lesson are provided. (Learning, 2013) Further in 2017 several researchers have found that learning in a Module Object Observation Dynamic Learning Environment (MOODLE) is often strategically the best approach when budgets are strained. (Williams, 2013)
  32. 32. Figure 7. PACE FOUNDATION LEARNER MODULES Phase 1: Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction The research team worked closely with the internal hardware and software developers to design and develop a working Learner Environment (LE) prototype. The development included designing the user interface, applications, and the dynamic cyber-virtual parameters (e.g., filtering, scheduling, prioritization, and presentation) based on guidelines provided within the Learner Environment (LE) reports developed as Advanced Distributed Learning. Next generation learner: Anthropology of personal assistants for learning. Within methods of presentation thereof; Roth, J. (2009). How much MOODLE really costs… Social learning. Explores the priority matrix and adds plausible assumptions based on user interactions which ensure that the most relevant content announcements will always exist within a Cybernetic- Virtual Online Environment (CVE). are presented in a methodical and efficient method, ensuring that the interactionist is appropriately informed without unnecessarily increasing workload within the driving environment. Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction might be filtered (i.e.,
  33. 33. discarded), dynamically adjusted in relative priority, scheduled for presentation, and presented to the interactionist in the CVE (PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, 2017.) Details of this process are as follows: Filtering: Messages given the current driver context or survey respondent interaction, may be immediately blocked and not processed by the implementation stages. Filtering occurs based on user settings when driver or pedestrian environmental conditions indicate it is unsafe to provide corresponding answers and responses. Prioritization: When numerous applications are operating, multiple messages are opened, read, stored or simultaneously submitted. When multiple messages are cleared by the filter, a prioritization process determines the relative importance of the messages and assigns presentation order to label specific target consumers. Scheduling: Timing is the function of the scheduling process, which assesses the metadata and context information to determine when each message should be presented. This process controls message priority and ensures that drivers and pedestrian specificity survey participants translate information focusing primary tasks such as driving or data manipulation through inductive logic. In some cases, the scheduling process may allow certain high-priority messages to interrupt lower priority messages.
  34. 34. Presentation: Number of media placements. Number of “impressions” made. Dollar value of “earned media.” Number of hits to your website. Number of calls received by your 800 or other phone number. Number of requests for materials The platform implemented for testing as part of this effort was designed with the platform user in mind. The is some distributive equity within customization tools, however, content providers; knowledge stewards and content purchasers’ efforts are expanded to include may applications. Table 1 includes a list of applications that were developed and included in this study. Content Providers Some of the more critical challenges for the Content Providers involved using Adobe Creative Commons development tools for imaging, photography, document design, templates and other Share Point Applications such as: Excel Spreadsheet, Power Point, Note Pad, Outlook, Word, Google Slides, One Note, Access and Publisher to create content that is easily understandable and able to be referenced as a reliable and trustworthy media caveat. Other challenges for the Content provider involve people source tasks like being able to effectively: 1) Identify gaps and provide recommendations to rectify between what is said and what is actually practiced in driver safety and other pedestrian awareness safety education curriculums.
  35. 35. 2) Highlight the differences between Pedestrians and Driver’s, realizing that the larger the gap in this designation, the greater the problem. 3) Provide an opportunity to connect and interact with Pedestrians and Drivers almost simultaneously. Identify gaps between Public Transportation Policy perceptions; goals; and actual policy initiatives within the Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education Advocacy community. 4) Actively service internal benchmarks. Following measurable means for achieving pedestrian campaigns in communities. Realize trends and progress. 5) Determine where current Public Transportation Policies work and where they fall short. Be an operational tool because responsive to Pedestrian’s actions. 6) Pedestrians must feel everyone in the community is on board with improving Public Transportation Policy for their Personal Security and Safety. Community leader’s care and listen to what they have to say. 7) Encourages citizen feedback openly and in public forums. Gauging leader roles as a part of the Public Safety community. 8) Encourage open communication among various organizational layers involving all key players. Choose realistic strategies. Establish a shared vision. Build ownership at all levels. Institutionalize change. And Publicize successes Public Transportation Policy The Oklahoma Department of Transportation Policy is used to facilitate and incorporate, safe convenient walking and bicycling facilities into transportation projects. Every
  36. 36. transportation agency, including ODOT, has the responsibility to improve conditions and opportunities for walking and bicycling and to integrate walking and bicycling into their transportation systems. Because of the numerous individual and community benefits that walking and bicycling provide—including health, safety, environmental, transportation, and quality of life—transportation agencies are encouraged to go beyond minimum standards to provide safe and convenient facilities for these modes (United States. Federal Highway Administration, 2010.) Public transportation provides people with mobility and access to employment, community resources, medical care, and recreational opportunities in communities across America. It benefits those who choose to ride, as well as, those who have no other transportation. Over 90 percent of public assistance recipients do not own a car; and must rely on public transportation. Public Transit provides a basic mobility service to these persons and to all others without access to a car. The incorporation of public transportation options and considerations into broader economic land use planning can also help a community expand business opportunities, reduce sprawl, and create a sense of community through transit-oriented development. By creating a locus for public activities, such development contributes to a sense of community and can enhance neighborhood safety and security. For these reasons, areas with good public transit systems are economically thriving communities and offer location advantages to businesses and individuals choosing to work or live in them. And in times of emergency, public transportation is critical to safe and efficient evacuation, providing the resiliency America needs in its emergency transportation network.
  37. 37. Public transportation also helps to reduce road congestion and travel times, air pollution, and energy and oil consumption, all of which benefit both riders and non-riders alike. (Federal Highway Administration, 2010) Phase 2: Conventional Data Storage and Administration Internal Storage Internal storage is a device housed inside the computer. It comes in two broad types, as of 2014; spinning disk hard disk drives and solid state hard drives. Spinning disk drives have platters of magnetic material that get written and rewritten by a drive head. Solid state disks use flash memory to store data. Solid state disk drives are much faster than spinning platters, and can fit unusual case shapes, like the MacBook Air or Ultrabook, for example. Solid state drives are much more expensive for a given capacity than a conventional spinning disk drive. External Storage External storage devices include removable media like optical disks and SD Cards and USB-connected flash drives (called "thumb drives" because of their size) and externally connected hard drives. External storage is used to back up computer data, move files between a computer and a different machine without a network, and make copies of something for other users. As of mid-2014, optical disks are on the way out in consumer devices, external hard drives are used for backing up systems, and thumb drives are used for most conventional file transfers.
  38. 38. Network Storage Networked storage devices included shared file servers, network accessible storage (NAS) devices and cloud services. All of these take the idea of an external hard drive and change the connection method from USB to a full network connection. You add file servers to your local domain and have total control over who accesses which files on your server. You can plug an NAS device to your router and every computer on your local network can store files on it for a more informal file sharing method. You can also use services like Drop Box, Box and Sky Drive to put files up on another vendor's servers and access them through the Internet. (Techwalla, 2017 ) Knowledge Stewards The unemployment rate in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is 4.90%, with job growth of 2.45%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 40.00% in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The sales tax rate is 8.52% in Tulsa, Oklahoma Income tax is 5.00%. Tulsa, Oklahoma income and salaries. The income per capita is $27,313, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $41,957. In Tulsa, Oklahoma like other urban cities there are vehicle and non-vehicle accidents involving pedestrians. According to Accident Sinus as of March 8, 2017, there have been a total of 69 reported accidents (vehicle and non-vehicle) involving pedestrians. Since these accidents statistics are extremely high for a population of about 603,403 people, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION would like to explore corporate workplace offerings as a non-traditional classroom to extend pedestrian awareness crosswalk education interventions. At the current rate there will be a total of 276 accidents in the Tulsa, Oklahoma, Tulsa, County area alone. These estimates do not include the other 76 counties of Oklahoma. At this time there are 805 reported accidents total for the State of Oklahoma (Sinus, 2017). This number is unacceptable to our
  39. 39. foundation. In partnership with the Department of Labor or the Department of Transportation, Workforce Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services or other state and non-state agencies PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, could initiate a self-report study to assess attitudes and behaviors toward Safety Training Operation Protocol (STOP) within and outside of focus groups within corporate positions. Other identifiable training programs, interventions and policy-level actions being offered by these corporations provides a straightforward approach to elicit and compel employee perspectives for local road safety and pedestrian laws. It is expected that employee health while bridged with global pedestrian awareness crosswalk education strategy (Current Tulsa County, 2016, 2017). Helps corporations and the local communities they serve to implement corporate traffic-safety policy; (Sinus, 2017)Heighten awareness of local infrastructure improvements; Heals advocacy relationships that seek road Safety with other governing partners; and Provides employees with education and access to resources that improve public transportation policy (Sara F. Jacoby, January 2017). Figure 8. PACE TULSA AGS Foundation Learner Modules Phase 3: Multi-Channel Dynamic Delivery
  40. 40. As illustrated, the Learner Environment (LE) MOODLE shares a wide-range of designing user interface, applications, and the dynamic cyber-virtual parameters message types and content, from Synergetic and Diffuse Reproduction to Share Point Applications, which filter data in center-stack area servers which store and manage data, as well as, the prioritization of Learner Environments (LE) are delivered to Knowledge Stewards that manipulate data and content by deciding Conventional Data Storage processes and Administration procedures. Once the data is received by the Content Purchaser the material is sent via devices to Multi-Channel Dynamic Delivery channel. Content Purchasers Delivery channels A delivery channel represents a delivery endpoint, such as an e-mail server or Web server. Using the protocol specified by the delivery channel, Notification Services delivers notifications to the delivery endpoint. The delivery endpoint may forward the notification as appropriate. Delivery channels are associated with individual notifications using subscriber devices. When a user creates a subscription, they select a device on which to receive the notifications. The selection of a device associates a delivery channel with each subscription, and ultimately with each notification. Each instance has one or more delivery channels. Each delivery channel is associated with one delivery protocol, which Notification Services uses to send notifications and perform other communication with the delivery channel. (Microsoft, 2017)
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  43. 43. Appendix Table 1. Oklahoma Statewide Crashes Table 2. Countermeasures That Work. A Highway Safety Countermeasure
  44. 44. Table 2. Pedestrian Crashes and Injury Severity The top three pedestrian actions that resulted in injury. 1. Crossing not at an Intersection 2. Walking/ Riding with Traffic 3. Unknown/ Can’t remember/ Don’t know

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