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Presented by Matthew Burnside
Human behavior
impacting
communities
Human behaviors are
influenced by an individual‟s
culture, attitudes
emotions, values...
Human Behavior in the Workplace


Understanding different
human behaviors can
be difficult. There are
many diverse people...
Human Behavior in the Workplace


This person is usually not
trusted in the workforce
when it comes to relying on
them to...
Human Behavior in the Workplace


The ambassador of
entertainment who is
witty and sometimes
hilarious. The person
loves ...
Controlling Behaviors in the
Workforce


Having different personalities in a
workplace can be positive or negative.
To ma...
Human Behavior in School


It can be a challenge to manage and
control a classroom full of completely
different personali...
Human Behavior in
School
Bullying has become a
large part in schools.
These insecure
individuals target
people who cannot ...
Human Behavior in School


Popularity is a big
deal in school. Most
of this fame is based
on looks. With
these physical
f...
Human Behavior in
School
A natural leader is someone
that people look up too.
They are also very well liked
and well round...
Human Behavior in School


With all different personalities in school
it can be challenging to notice them all.
Each pers...
Human Behavior in the
Community


Everyone‟s personality and way of being is
different. Each person can shape and
grow ba...
How Assistive Technology
Impacts the Workplace


Accommodations and the assistive
technology needed depend very much
on t...
How Assistive Technology
Impacts the Schools


Learning disabilities do
not go away with time.
However, assistive
technol...
How Assistive Technology
Impacts the Community


A common assistive technology used in
the community is a wheelchair. Man...
Human Activity Assistive
Technology Model (HAAT)
(HAAT)


This model is proposed as a framework
for understanding the place of assistive
technology in the lives of person...
Major performance areas of
Assistive Technology


An assistive
technology system is
designed through the
process of asses...
Summary


Overall, assistive technology can help
change people‟s lives with disabilities. This
helps give the people the ...
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  1. 1. Presented by Matthew Burnside
  2. 2. Human behavior impacting communities Human behaviors are influenced by an individual‟s culture, attitudes emotions, values, ethics, and many more.
  3. 3. Human Behavior in the Workplace  Understanding different human behaviors can be difficult. There are many diverse people in the world today and manager‟s can have hard times figuring how to understand each. A manager has to control a safe and productive environment with different behavior and performance skill such a procrastinator, a joker, and a control freak.
  4. 4. Human Behavior in the Workplace  This person is usually not trusted in the workforce when it comes to relying on them to hand in results on time. It can be overwhelming to work with and frustrate the office at times. But this individual can be trusted when it comes to detailed and accurate work. The Procrastinator This individual can be either the boss, subordinate, or a consultant. They are very demanding, bossy, and can come of rude most the time. It is hard for most to understand his or her behavior, therefore, he might be disliked in the office. The Control Freak 
  5. 5. Human Behavior in the Workplace  The ambassador of entertainment who is witty and sometimes hilarious. The person loves the limelight and does anything to have the focus on himself. The Joker  This person cannot say “no” to anything. He or she will go above and beyond to keep peace amongst coworkers. His attitude can do no harm to a company but it can hinder him from being that person a company really wants to hold on to. The People Pleaser
  6. 6. Controlling Behaviors in the Workforce  Having different personalities in a workplace can be positive or negative. To maintain a positive atmosphere, a manager must learn each individual personally. Build their trust and communicate frequently and openly. Expect the best from the staff which can create great team moral. Many personalities in the workforce can be a great asset and build team chemistry.
  7. 7. Human Behavior in School  It can be a challenge to manage and control a classroom full of completely different personalities and upbringings. What one student‟s strengths and be another student‟s weakness. There is no single approach to reach all students so even the most effective teacher or principle can have a difficult challenge. Although, teacher‟s go into this profession to help mold and grow young children even with the difficult task.
  8. 8. Human Behavior in School Bullying has become a large part in schools. These insecure individuals target people who cannot or will not defend themselves. They can physically or mentally abuse anyone it targets
  9. 9. Human Behavior in School  Popularity is a big deal in school. Most of this fame is based on looks. With these physical features, the popular crowd become very sociable. They are able to talk their way out of situations and get most of the things wanted.
  10. 10. Human Behavior in School A natural leader is someone that people look up too. They are also very well liked and well rounded. Leading by example is often their motto,. People listen when these individuals talk and are highly motivated to succeed.
  11. 11. Human Behavior in School  With all different personalities in school it can be challenging to notice them all. Each person much learn from one another because teacher‟s cannot change everyone‟s life. There are many ups and downs in school. The highs can be real high while the lows can be real low.
  12. 12. Human Behavior in the Community  Everyone‟s personality and way of being is different. Each person can shape and grow based on people they come in contact with. There are both a positive and a negative impact in society that change people daily. A good deed can lead to someone paying in forward or vice versa. Maybe someone was abused by a stranger and feels the need he must do the same. This can change someone‟s performance also in a positive or negative way.
  13. 13. How Assistive Technology Impacts the Workplace  Accommodations and the assistive technology needed depend very much on the individual and the situation. If an individual has low vision, assistive technology can magnify the programs used on the computer screen. Another solution is to have speech systems that allow the user to hear mostly instead of using their eyes.
  14. 14. How Assistive Technology Impacts the Schools  Learning disabilities do not go away with time. However, assistive technology can help children with learning disabilities leverage their strengths and work around or compensate for specific learning problems. These supports can be key to helping people become more independent in school and throughout life—on the job and in activities for daily living.
  15. 15. How Assistive Technology Impacts the Community  A common assistive technology used in the community is a wheelchair. Many elderly or physically disabled individuals use this tool to get around town and to their jobs. This technology helps others adapt to the disability they were given to give them a chance of being what society calls „normal‟.
  16. 16. Human Activity Assistive Technology Model (HAAT)
  17. 17. (HAAT)  This model is proposed as a framework for understanding the place of assistive technology in the lives of persons with disabilities, guiding both clinical applications and research investigations. Its four major components are the human, the activity, the assistive technology, and the context.
  18. 18. Major performance areas of Assistive Technology  An assistive technology system is designed through the process of assessing a consumer‟s needs, goals, and skills. It can be used with individuals with disabilities such as hearing loss, low vision, and little mobility.
  19. 19. Summary  Overall, assistive technology can help change people‟s lives with disabilities. This helps give the people the needed boost to have an even playing field. People need different help wherever they are in life. A person in school, work, or just in the community need different assistive technologies to seem more normal. In the end, assistive technology boosts individuals confidence and can give them dreams they never thought were possible.

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