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And strategies with con siderable effectiveness in

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and strategies with con- siderable effectiveness in designing the experiment applies scientific skills and strategies with con- siderable effectiveness to interpret data table(s) and graph(s) Level 4 demonstrates a high degree of understanding of the Doppler effect in Appendix B demonstrates a high degree of understanding of the Doppler effect in the explanation to the sister applies scientific skills and strategies with a high degree of effectiveness in designing the experiment applies scientific skills and strategies with a high degree of effectiveness to interpret data table(s) and graph(s) Knowledge/Understanding The student: Inquiry The student: (Comparative) Category Binomial Count Quantitative Qualitative + Requirements
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“Complexity of instructions” “Not too many” “No more than 7±2 instructions per chunk”
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“Complexity of instructions” “Easy to understand” “Not too many” “No more than 7±2 instructions per chunk” “Scores 90 or more on the Flesch-Kincaid Readability Test” “Includes pictures” “Includes ! 3 distinct modalities of communication” (e.g. text, diagram, image, movie, sound, touch, etc.)
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Reflections We have them too…
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Accomplish these... ... without violating these ... ... scored as follows ... Simplified requirements model Constraints Goals Criteria Objectives Lecture 6
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Accomplish these... ... without violating these ... ... scored as follows ... Simplified requirements model Constraints Goals Criteria Objectives Lecture 6 Praxis specifies requirements on your design practice… … in such a way as to shift you towards practicing as engineers
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[Design methods] tend to have two principal features in common. One is that they formalize certain procedures of design, and the other is that they externalize design thinking. ! The most essential design activity… is the production of a final description of the artefact. – Nigel Cross, “Engineering Design Methods”
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“A designer makes things.
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