The report requires a cover page and a contents page. The cover page should include the following details:
- the assignment title.
- the name of each contributor*.
- the student ID number of each contributor*.
- indicate the unit enrolled PG 9787
- the thinking methods used to consider the scenario.
- the Indigenous ways of learning used to consider the scenario.
Each report submitted should present one contemporary IT & engineering (IT&E) issue as a scenario that is investigated using different ways of ‘thinking’ and different ways of Indigenous learning. A scenario narrows the topic.
For example, if the contemporary issue is ‘security’, then the scenario should provide enough information to narrow the issue for the reader.
For example, the scenario may describe the contemporary issue as ‘security issues for users of the cloud’, or any other aspect of security.
For this assignment purpose our topic we choose is: security issues of social media users.
Applying a thinking lens requires a discussion about what it is, and how it is to be applied to understand the contemporary issue. students will need to include at least 2 academic references for each type of thinking and each Indigenous way of learning.
Most important info for assignment:
Any contemporary IT&E issue can be chosen as the topic, but the reason that it is a contemporary issue must be explained in the scenario, presented as a story, and supported by using academic referencing.
Your report should tell a story about how a contemporary issue can be viewed using different thinking methods, and Indigenous ways of learning.
Instruction that requires for assignment:
The thinking methods to be used must be from the list below:
- Computational thinking
- Design Thinking
At least three must be chosen of the 8 Indigenous ways of learning must be from the list below:
- Story Sharing
- Learning Maps
- Non-verbal Learning
- Symbols and Images
- Land Links
- Non-linear Processes
- Community Links
Note : For each thinking method presented an analysis should also be presented.
The analysis will require the preparation of the following:
- Design thinking: include a diagram that describes the iterations through a build and evaluate cycle.
- Computational thinking: include a diagram that distinguishes between human and computer activities and suggests where things can be automated.
Note: For each Indigenous way of learning the following suggestions could be included, but other ways to apply the ways will be accepted:
- Story Sharing – what telling the story will mean for those who hear it.
- Learning Maps – a visual plan of how the group learned about the scenario (from deciding what the contemporary issue was to be, to writing the report).
- Non-verbal Learning – a description of any insights, inspiration, or reflections that the group can share from the experience of considering the scenario using Aboriginal ways of learning.
- Symbols and Images – an explanation of how the group yarned about the scenario and learned from each other as they each concentrated on their own part of the story. The storyteller’s section is important here.
- Land Links – describe any systems and connections to local land that your scenario may have.
- Non-linear Processes – think about the journey of coming together as a group and deciding on the scenario. Was there more than one suggestion for a topic, can you represent the process in a drawing?
- Deconstruct/Reconstruct – while individuals in the group may have been assigned different thinking methods, or Indigenous ways of learning as the topic was deconstructed, bringing the story together for the report, and for the presentation required a reconstruction. Can you represent this as a diagram, or as a story?
- Community Links – think about how the thinking methods and the Indigenous ways of learning used to consider your scenario can be applied more broadly. For example, can any of the learnings be shared to more than your fellow group members to the greater community or the universe?
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