Tag Archives: Organizational Systems and Models

O.S.M. Lesson Plan

In organizational systems and models, we learned about how parts work together to make up a whole. I have learned many new things about the systems in which I think, act, and live in. I have learned that systems are all around me in everything I interact with and do. For my final project in Read More…

ROBOTICS: Development of Personal Success

With my experience in the NASA-funded robotics project, I saw myself grow as a person who can feel confident about the outcomes of dedicated work. By being the team director of this project, having introduced the idea to my math/science teacher Mr. Bae, I learned the importance of commitment and planning. What I did by Read More…

Milestone 3: Millennium Development goals

In my organizational systems and models class, we worked on building a robot for our project. We worked in teams setting goals and deadlines to make this robot.  It wasn’t easy to make a robot that plays basketball but it was interesting to create this robot do something. Now that we are done, we are Read More…

Milestone 2: Systems and Models

In my systems and models class, we had to research a human need in the world. I decided to look at the aspect of shelter and find problems/solutions about homelessness.  Below is my work.                            Problem: America is number 1 in the world Read More…

Statistics of Examining a Problem

In my Organizational Systems and Models class, I developed an equation to examine the content of a certain statistic I did research on. So I developed a math problem to explain the statistics I studied to better understand how to organize a system of data. Problem: The issue proposed in the artifact of death rates Read More…

Systems and Models Flowcharts

As we are beginning our Organizational Systems and Models class, we are defining what systems and models are. It’s important to start out by understanding how systems thinking is unique and the disciplines that underlie the thinking. Models are important to accompany systems learning because a system isn’t a linear idea and models provide a Read More…