1. Demonstrate the ability to understand and use quantitative expressions in the natural sciences.
• Determine the types of data needed, the instrumentation needed to record the data, and the documentation, analysis, and presentation of results.
• Write your first learning statement here at the first bullet and use a new bullet for each new learning statement. Remember, you will need a minimum of 3 learning statements for each outcome and each must be supported by evidence.
• Write your second learning statement here.
• Write your third learning statement here.
• For each additional learning statement, use a new bullet.
Evidence to Support the Learning Statements:
• Tab C-1, Title of Evidence, p. 1-?
• Tab C-2, Title of Evidence, p. 1-?
• Tab C-3, Title of Evidence, p. 1-?
Remember, the Title of the Evidence should be exactly the same as you named it up in the learning statement. When you save the Evidence as a document, make sure to label it as TabC?yourlastname.
Remember, the Evidence is NOT attached to the Outcome. Each piece of Evidence is saved as a separate document, and submitted WITH the outcome so I can review it.
Just a reminder, when we get to Module 8 and you submit your entire ITA report, ALL evidence will again be submitted as separate documents with the entire final ITA report.
1. Demonstrate the ability to understand and use quantitative expressions in the natural
• Improvement of the student quantitative reasoning stems
• Questioning nature and acquiring learning data from it
• Boosting diagnostic reasoning through detailed and careful assertions and evidence considerations
Evidence Used to support the Learning Estimates
Jimenez 1. Improvement of the student quantitative reasoning stems
As student while taking Process technology I was taught to be able to interpret the central dogmas of some of the disciplines involved in the study that will be defined by the core theories and the important discoveries that inform the disciplines of the study. Furthermore, it will be able to provide schematics of how the research and the discoveries are made in another one or two sciences and disciplines. In evaluation and construction of studies and research activities, quantitative reasoning has portrayed its essence most especially in the analysis of data collected from studies. The question below offer a clear insight in illustrating the provided concepts that I was taught.
The question delivered from the data gathered above is determining the estimate of number of people in the transportation and production section of the workforce. Through quantitative reasoning methods and tools learnt, computation of the question offer the collect answer as 21 million from the multiple answers provided below.
A. 12 million
B. 15 million
C. 18 million
D. 21 million
Jimenez 2. Questioning nature and acquiring learning data from it
Observing the impact of ethical dilemmas and their corresponding impacts on the globe. This is achievable through creating summaries of the complexity involved in the ethical dilemmas that scientists face in the real world as they pursue their research. This involves trying examining the impact of the research on societies and individuals across the globe and in the provision of solutions to problems. Analyzing and evaluating perspectives in the context of natural science on issues relating to cultural and biological diversity in the globe may be viewed from a scientific perspective. For instance, the causes of rain and drought have been examined over the years and yielded positive responses.
Jimenez 3. Boosting diagnostic reasoning through detailed and careful assertions and evidence considerations
Through the examination of various interactions within the human societies and the concept of globalizations, variables such as resources allocation and environmental integrity are vital in the establishment of a conclusive assertions, for instance, the impact of industrial gases on climate change. An assertion that gives a clear presence of the disciplines of the natural sciences in the daily activities of the social environment. The question below illustrate the use of such concepts in solving problems.
Based on the data gathered above in 6 businesses, a question on if the business K inventory value was $30,000 for April, what is likely to be the value of inventory in the same business for June emerges. Through quantitative reasoning and computations, the correct value from the answers provided is B. $29,925?
D. $30, 000