Ecosystem's Recycling Education (ERE) - Coggle Diagram
Ecosystem's Recycling Education (ERE)
Determines if user correctly identifiers which bin an item should go into, then gives the user 10 points (+10 points) if this requirement is achieved, depending on which response is selected
Determines if the user has selected the worst (not suited bin options for the allocated item selected, and taking 5 points away from the user (-5 points), depending on which response is selected
Shows a minimum of three items to be displayed and sorted within the game screen (in each game)
Determines if the user has selected incorrect responses, then removes 1 point (-1) from the user, if the requirement is achieved, depending on which response is selected
Determines the user's performance within the gaming screen as a points system to correlate with readable interactive usage from the user throughout the recycling game screen
Determines the user's daily water usage bill based on the user's current water usage, multiplied by the user's weight and age
Can write and select responses for the items displayed within the gaming screen (eg. textfields, buttons, drop down selections)
Determine the amount of change for the user's selected rubbish (AUD currency, amount
Determine the user's daily water consumption of the user's weight, dividing it by 2.2; multiplying the number by the users age
Development Tools (Inquiring resources)
Coggle (Mindmap and ideas)
Has a consistent app layout and colour Scheme throughout all of the screens in the app (Effectiveness and Learnability)
Accessible and developed for IOS devices of the users as an app [iPhone and iPad] (Accessibility and Utility)
Provides updated information about the software and information for the user's saved plants and community (Effectiveness, Learnability, Accessibility and Safety)
Appropriate and Formal language through a encouraging format, suited for all ages; including the user's specified (Effectiveness, Learnability, Safety and Accessibility)
Can easily access their account and all screens with the app (Accessibility, Effectiveness, Utility)
Consistently uses curved shape (curved, circular shapes) and icons throughout the entire app in each screen (Accessibility, Effectiveness and Learnability)
The app is developed and produced for an IOS Device appropriately accessible (iPhone and iPad)
The user receives feedback based on their performance in every game (on the Recycling Game Screen) with encouraging messages and applications (such as images, star system and messages outputted
Can access frequently updated information with the credibility and fulfilment of the accessibility guidelines (Queensland Government 2017) copyright law at www.qld.gov.au/legal/disclaimer
Considers all possible age groups and learnability interactions through use'rs navigation's within this app
Includes information about how to reduce their daily water usage
Provides information on how to reduce their carbon footprint and manage their daily water usage effectively, (through the average water bill of the client, CO2 concentration in their atmosphere)
Can provide information to educate and inform user's about how to correctly recycle their rubbish into the correct lids (red, yellow and green lids)
Includes a game screen to provide insight and information on how to use the recycling scheme of their community
Includes a section explaining how the user of the app can reduce their carbon footprint (proven statistics, educational information
Provides feedback to the user (on the Rubbish Sorting Screen [Game]) after the completion of the game
Includes a refunding calculator on rubbish recycle refund screen that outputs change for the user's account (AUD
Includes links and accessible resources in the settings screen for accessible contributions, including the Australian Privacy Act (1988)
Includes privacy setting (in the setting screen) to allow access to view their user profile and collaborations in the app (name, age, email, phone number, country)
Includes a Login screen to provide details and account set ups for the user to save their profile (username, password)
About and Contributions Screen (Includes links to access required contributions of the app) (CUE)
Reducing Water Consumption and Water Bill Calculator
Recycling Game Screen)
Professional Advice and Guidance Screen (Impacts and Benefits for Individuals)
Can improve the users daily understanding of their recycling options available
The user receives prices and reruns as a encouragement towards the usage of the app
Reduces the user's difficulties and limitations to understand their environment and education of the recycling scheme
Loves interacting with technological devices on a frequent basis
Not truly indulgent with cleaning and recycling his rubbish after himself in every environment
Requires information about the roles of each of the three council bins (red, yellow and green) as a person to contribute to his community
Currently believe that the role of looking after the environment only applies to the government and cleaners associated with his school that uphold the responsibility
Would find strategies to efficiently recycle rubbish in a rewarding and easily accessible manner
Finds productive and standards of the environment less so than the major propulation
Spends most of his time on video games throughout his day in a consistent manner within his IOS Device
Lydia and Isabelle
Linda is a single mother with Isabelle and has a conditional relationship towards the environment, significantly towards advice for recycling
Lydia is interested in information towards her interest to know how to be Econ-friendly towards her community
Lydia is also interested in strategies that would be cost effective (to save her money) with her interest towards the environment
Lydia cares deeply about providing a supportive education towards Isabelle towards her environment to monitor and care for her recently planted tree
Isabelle loves planting and carving for her environment at school (by planting a tree)
Isabelle would love to be able to monitor her tree's growth and process as her inquisition about learning of the environment around her
Isabelle is prep student and would love to find interactive information in a formal, yet educational manner as she progresses her over understanding of recycling
Inquisitive about learning information about Australia's Ecosystems and Natural Wildlife currently
Requires information about the different council bins to place his rubbish (red, yellow, and green bins)
International Student (not a local Australian Citizen) inquiring to visualise within recycling information in Australia
Requests detailed information on each of the council bins are used for (red, yellow and green bins) to understand their implications and what criteria does each one fit
The file for the video has to be no larger than 200MB
The time frame to complete this project application only is provided 8 weeks for the development
Develop the file video in a mp4 format
The application must provide a responsive interface that meets the Consistent User Experience Standard (CUE)
There is only an 8 week time frame to develop the project for the client and user's listed
Referencing information and sources appropriate towards the application of the project development
Communicate and functionally develop our project's with understanding; including annotated sketches, diagrams, images and screenshots necessary for the developed code components and user interface
The app includes a link towards the legal disclaimer on the home screen
The application includes interfaces such a home screen, setting screen, water usage screen,
Include and provided consistent appropriate attribution to images used throughout the app
Complies with the copyright law and Australian accessibility standards throughout the app
Complies with accessibility guidelines (Queensland Government 2017) in a consistent, clear application and layout
The developed app complies with the Australian Privacy Act (1988)
Another exciting aspect of iNaturalist is that users can contribute their photos and data and participate in a number of citizen science projects.
Access information about local species without creating an account.
Available on Android and iOS (iPhone and iPad)
Must be 13 years old or older to create an account, requiring a parent or teacher input if you intend to use that feature with younger children.
A recommended tool to use small groups with elementary students.
Earth Now App
NASA’s Earth Now app shows visual representations of climate data from Earth science satellites
Students can see a visual representation of the Earth’s air temperature, carbon dioxide levels, carbon monoxide levels, gravity field, ozone, sea level, soil moisture and salinity, and water vapor
The app also includes explanations, a daily average, a 3-day average, and an animated visualization of data from the past week.
This app would be a useful tool to reference throughout the year in lessons related to the atmosphere and changes in our climate
Available on iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android.
Global Observer App
Studentsusing this app can help scientists understand the satellite data collected by NASA from space. By using this app, students can participate in hands-on observations that contribute to the scientific community and global health.
This app has two opportunities for students to contribute through collecting data about clouds and habitats of their environment.
Records cloud observations while a satellite is over your location, your data can be used to verify satellite measurements.
Available on iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android.
You can even set up alerts within the app so you know when to collect the data.
Containers for Change
Containers for Change
View your refund history within the app
Keep track of your recycling progress with updates on your returned containers and total refunds.
Checks container eligibility and requirements before recycling
Use the barcode scanner to check whether a container is eligible to be returned through the scheme. The app also has a guide on the types of containers that are eligible for a refund.
View your scheme ID
Your scheme ID is stored in the app along with your own unique barcode which can be scanned at a refund point.
Search for your nearest refund point
Search for your nearest refund point and see what type of service they provide.
Includes a Transaction history
Check the details of all transactions related to your scheme ID
Provides a screen of the recent and consistently important FAQ's of contributed users of the app
refund points are listed and include the following information - address, opening hours, payment method and contact details.
Takes a photo of the plant, and uses the picture to answer questions for you.
Can Update information towards learning more about plants, including beautiful pictures around the world
Notifies suggestions and advice from the networks of friendly garden and horticulture specialists
ProvidesPlant care tips and watering reminder, to help the user better grow their plants.
An Easy-to-use interface with friendly guides to help you get the best photo
Can Quickly and easily share your photos with a growing community of plant lovers
Keep track of all the plants, trees, and flowers you identify in your own personal collection
Can Instantly Identify thousands of plants, flowers, and trees with an advanced artificial intelligence software with the current context