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ESC101 – Engineering Science Praxis I – 20089 Lecture 7 Jason Foster & Rob Irish Assessment / Framing / Thickness
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This week Week of 10-12 Week of 10-19 Week of 10-26 In-Studio presentations (1 hour commitment) No Lecture or Studios (Labs run as normal) In-Studio consultations (+ Writing return) In-Studio presentations (CIV102 Submission) Lecture 5 Lecture 6
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Assignment Text Understanding of assignment Instructors Students Vision Understanding of response Assessment Response
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Vision Assignment Text Response Understanding of response Understanding of assignment Instructors Students Assessment
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Learn from others’ mistakes Ensure a “good” or “complete” plan Promote deterministic outcomes Guide reFection C.Y.A. ??? Structures and organizes thoughts Promotes ef±ciency (by eliminating redundancies) Provides a communication framework Guides allocation of resources Enables the evaluation of progress (e.g. ensure a legal defense) Why Plan? ²ollow a Process? Says nothing about “effectiveness” By self and others (management?) Lecture 5
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Get your assignment back Read over the comments Wait at least 24 hours Read over the comments again If you still see mismatches or misunderstandings, schedule a meeting with your studio instructor Be prepared for constructive dialogue 1 2 3 4 5 6 ! ! ! !
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The purpose of assessment is: (A) To rank students (e.g. for awards, admissions, etc.) (B) To improve future work (C) To distinguish between correct and incorrect student understanding (D) To motivate students to perform (or at least do work) (E) To ensure that all graduates have a baseline understanding before entering professional practice
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Sustainability … seen as non-functional requirements Mixed in over the next few weeks Lecture 6
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Framing Actually it is about construction
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Make safer cars (airbags, impact beams, crumple zones, . ..) Make safer drivers (visibility, training, breathalyzer, . ..) Car-centric Person-centric Framing # 1: Framing # 2: Improve automotive safety Approach # 1: Approach # 2:
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Make safer cars (airbags, impact beams, crumple zones, . ..) Make safer drivers (visibility, training, breathalyzer, . ..) Car-centric Person-centric Framing # 1: Framing # 2: Improve automotive safety Approach # 1: Approach # 2: Mitigation Avoidance
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Make safer cars (airbags, impact beams, crumple zones, . ..) Make safer drivers (visibility, training, breathalyzer, . ..) Car-centric Person-centric Framing # 1: Framing # 2: Improve automotive safety Approach # 1: Approach # 2: Mitigation Avoidance Which is the better framing? (and why?)
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“tax burden” “social investment” ‘burdens’ are bad ‘burdens’ slow you down ‘relief’ from burdens ‘investments’ are good ‘investments’ grow provide ‘return’ on ‘investment’ There is no “correct framing”
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Effective framing in design Jonathan Hey UC Berkeley August 2005 Advisor: Alice Agogino Abstract Designers of new innovative products face a complex interaction of social and technical constraints and hidden user needs and perceptions. In order to work with this uncertain
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