Transcript: Mud Logging Data Project Aim To advise ADNOC whether to proceed with the project ( Mina-1 ) or not, by identifying the amount of oil available. Identifying the environmental impacts Thickness Problem Faced D. P. Lawrence, Environmental Impact Assessment, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, 2003. B. Sadler, Environmental Assessment in a Changing World - Final Report, International Study of the Effectiveness of Environmental Assessment, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and International Association for Impact Assessment, June 1996. J. M. Loney and co-workers Environmental Practice 5, 321–329 (2003). Amal Alhammadi 8285 Aliya Lari 0665 Mariam Alhosani 0591 Maryam Alabdouli 9173 Maryam Amer 0502 Amal - Time manager. Aliya - Data collector. Mariam Alhosani - Leader. Maryam Alabdouli - reviewer & submitter. Maryam Amer - Editor References: Location map MINA-1 Roles Depth Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Wellbore Data Team Project Presentation MA Explorers The seismic interpretation Image by goodtextures: http://fav.me/d2he3r8 Gantt Chart THANK YOU Seismic Interpretation Results
Transcript: Project Successes Anthony Onwuzurike, Raghav Narula, Yusuf Zubair, Arafat Hussain, Imtiyaz Uz-zaman & Dion Brisset How the Project went Project was a challenge Problems encountered: Punctuality Technical proficiency Organizational - More organised as individuals Technical - Learnt new technologies Project management - Never managed a Project before The Implementation stages Gui Designs Aimed for over 70% and achieved it One of the top teams Project Challenges Any Questions..? Teamwork Effective team Achieved our set out goals Broaden our knowledge Overcame challenges we faced Communication is Key Creativity & Passion Shared ideas Building a good team relationship Strengths and Weakness In Conclusion Technical Start learning implementation from day 1 Cuts down time spent implementing Allocated more time What we could have done differently Not enough meeting time allocated each week. Time spent on each task. Time constrains on project as a whole. New technologies Thank you!
Transcript: Team Functionality: by: Madalyn McComber, Francisco Vazquez, Cassandra Grassity, Liam Lee, & Anthony Jimenez THE END As a mentor we decided that Mike Ferri father of Sam Ferri should be our mentor When Sam was around 12 years old they came up with the idea of Shari and who else should mentor us besides the creator of this wonderful company Mentor Insightful Analysis: History & Outcome: Photographs: We have a solution to your problem and this solution is called the Shari. One may be asking what is a Shari? Shari is a phone battery charger that allows you to take battery power from one phone and transfer it to another. This is done by connecting our product into your charging port and connecting another phone into the other end of the cable. We use a app to dictate which direction the charge will flow . Not only is Mike a creator he is also a successful businessman in Chicago He is an insurance agent and deals with face to face business all throughout the day. We can use him as a leverage to sell our product as well as advertise it. Concepts Used/Taught: We believe that our product will be beneficial for most active users of smartphones and businessmen/women. Often times kids/teens and businessmen/women are always on their phone playing games making phone calls/texts We are all victims to this Conclusion TEAM PROJECT PRESENTATION Have you ever had your phone die and needed just a little bit more battery to make a phone or send a text? If you have or even if you have not this can be a problem. Textbook Terms & Application Photographs: Community and Problem What we are all about The Social Need:
Transcript: Learning and getting to know more about each other. Communicating very well. Having an enjoyable experience. Communication was key via group text or in person while volunteering. Being available to volunteer at the same time. Different members took charge for certain parts of the project. Offering input on what we should do. Scheduling issues. Could not find a place to volunteer. Some wanted to write the paper, and others wanted to continue looking for place to volunteer. Experience from a different type of work environment. Everything is a big group effort. People work on different tasks but all those tasks need to be done in a timely manner. Everybody came from an entirely different background. The only common interest that brings everyone together is to help people. That's what we need to succeed and work well with each other. “Suggests that people will be motivated when they expect that their efforts will result in desirable outcomes” . When you expect a desirable outcome, you will get motivated and put more effort into it. We expect to get good grade, and worked so hard for this project. "Reward and encourage desireable behaviors while discouraging or punishing undesirable ones". If we showed up late, we might not have been able to volunteer. If we stayed and helped clean up, the manager would grant us the full four hours even if it was 30 minutes or so short. How we resolved them Expectancy Theory What helped our team be successful ? Application of theories learned in class Things we learned about working at Martha's Kitchen Bessie Olano Mai Nguyen Brandon Ortega Sherly Linardo Kishanraj Pandya Reinforcement Theory Team project Presentation Things our team learned about working together Volunteering is enjoyable when you're doing something you believe in. All the people there are volunteers as well. People direct us what to do and we follow instructions. What we learned that can be applied in workplace Went online and found Martha's Kitchen. Missing a class. Taking a day off work. Leaving work early. Problems
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Transcript: IoT Automobile Ty Gilliam, Leah Desender, Arath Caceres, and Tyler Deem Project Actions and Challenges Design Thinking Debrief Project Initiation Document Team Development Report Project Plan, Spreadsheet, and Timeline Understanding the book Citing correctly Understanding the assignment and everything needed to be submitted Team communication Teams Development Action and Results Team Roles Team meetings Scheduling Taking parts on projects New ideas Creativity Team Learnings • Teamwork • Communication • Leadership • Better Creativity • Blended Strengths • Conflict Resolution • Trust Deliverable -Leah Desender-Compiles Report. This is where Leah gets the details to the report and puts them together in a document that is ready to go for the team. -Tyler Deem- Writes the report. Tyler writes the report, gets the information on the page, and receives the information ready to be edited. -Arath Caceres- Editor. Arath goes through the document and finds mistakes that need to be rewritten, and makes sure everything is spelled correctly. -Ty Gilliam- Submits the report. Ty does not just submit the information but puts the final touches on the paper. He makes sure the formatting is correct and ready to be submitted. Improving the '09 Ford Escape Project Successes and Outcomes We discussed the book Went to Purdue Owl's website to learn how to cite correctly Contacted Dr. Jones with our assignment questions Met together in a meeting We each learned everyone's view point on the topics discussed and we learned more from the book We learned how to cite correctly Dr. Jones answered our assignment questions and we were sure of what was needed from us. We each discussed what was needed from each of us for the assignment.
Transcript: Purpose Ex. Catherine's stress levels decreased as progress was made in therapy Ex. Support of Marc Team Presentation Project (Jones and Passey, 2004) (Maurice,1993) Family and friend support and stress levels Criticisms lead to increased stress levels Supports the reduced stress levels Jones and Passey 2004 (Jones and Passey, 2004) Interaction of variables Complexities of the stress associated with parenting a CWDD Article gives ideas of how to support families of CWDD Parents as a part of the multidisciplinary team Family dynamics and different approaches Ex. Finding strength in religion Ex. Coping through the pursuit of new information (Jones and Passey, 2004) Behavioural Therapy (Maurice,1993) Question: Why would the researchers use so many different types of scales and questionnaires in their study? Family and Friend Support and Stress (Jones and Passey, 2004) (Jones and Passey, 2004) Professional support and stress levels Consenus on the multidisciplinary team reduces stress and confusion for parents Professionals are knowledgeable about the disability but parents know their children best Professional Support and Stress Holding therapy Double ABC-X Model Question: What are some other factors that can affect parental stress? Double ABC-X model of stress and coping Parent's ability to cope with a stressful situation determined by: Interaction of the stressor event and the subsequent life stressors Family resources Parental perceptions Coping strategies (McCubbin and Patterson, 1983) (Jones and Passey, 2004) (Jones and Passey, 2004) Participants Used various data collection questionnaires Parent and child characteristics QRS-SF (Holroyd, 1974) FSSQ (Minnes and Nachshen, 1997) FSS (Dunst, Jenkins and Trivette, 1984) CHIP (McCubbin, McCubbin, Patterson and Cauble 1983) PLOC (Campis, Lyman & Prentice-Dunn, 1986) Coping strategies and stress levels Outcomes vary amongst parent’s stress levels and ability to cope Coping strategy depends on the type of stress Question: Can you find any other incongruences? Parents with Children with developmental disabilities (CWDD) experience higher stress than parents without CWDD Increased service needs and financial problems lead to pathology and maladaptation Family outcome vary from healthy to maladaptation Coping strategies and stress Ex. Getting multiple opinions Ex. Couldn't get consensus from professionals References (Jones and Passey, 2004) By: Amanda Nichol and Jacqueline Young "To explore the relative impact of the level of coping resources, strategies, and perception on the stress experienced by parents with CWDD and behaviour problems" (Jones and Passey, 2004) Effective Parenting and Stress Levels Ex. Catherine and her family travel to france to visit her husband's family Ex. Strangers and friends sharing their opinions (Jones and Passey, 2004) Incongruences Application to Multidisciplinary Teams (Jones and Passey, 2004) (Maurice,1993) (Maurice,1993) Findings Methods and Procedures Let Me Hear Your Voice Effective parenting and stress levels Lower stress levels are associated with the parent’s perception of good parenting Multiple factors affect parent's perception of their parenting styles this can be positive or negative Question: What were your reactions to these two videos? Question: As we are professionals in the field, what are 3 important resources we can give to parents? (Jones and Passey, 2004) QUESTION: What are some other coping strategies Catherine and her family used? Catherine's cure for Autism Neither the book or article mentioned: Benefits of animal therapy (Maurice,1993)
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