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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
The next stage is to write a report or carry out a presentation (video/animation/PowerPoint etc) that outlines your chosen solution. Ensure that you note the benefits and possible limitations of your chosen solution along with your reasons for not choosing any other option. There are PowerPoint templates available on the main Food security page that you can use to structure your ideas. By doing this task you will develop the competencies of communication and collaboration. You should be receptive to feedback on your ideas from your peers and teachers/coaches. You may find that you need to revisit your solution, re-define your idea, come up with alternative ideas, look at the issue from a different perspective, or work on gaining a deeper and more empathetic understanding of this issue. Re-design is inevitable and desirable as this is how you can develop an effective solution to this complex global issue. You may find the Harvard University Ladder of Feedback a useful tool to help you provide and receive feedback:
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
You should now consider taking forward your most viable solution to the issue of global food security. One way to understand if or how your idea would flow or work is to storyboard the solution. Use the worksheet below to help you do this, or present your storyboard in any other sharable format. Upload your work below:
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
Read the sources of information provided. Make your own notes to record the possible solutions to this crisis. Shortlist three of these ideas or any other ideas that you may have and complete a SWOT analysis of each. Include any relevant statistical data or other evidence. Upload your work below:
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
Now that you have a deeper and empathetic understanding of the issue of food security, you should move to the brainstorming or ideation phase in order to arrive at multiple solutions to this complex global issue. At this stage we are looking for quantity over quantity. This means that you should write or draw as many ideas that you can think of. Some will not be viable, but at least one of them will. Collate and share your thoughts below.
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
Can you write a sentence or two to define the problem that needs to be solved? This will help you to focus and frame the problem that you need to provide a solution for.
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
Use the diagram below to help you identify the causes of food insecurity on the top row of the fish bones, and the im plications on the bottom row. Include any associated ideas on the smaller bones closer to the spine.
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
Can you explain the paradox of hunger in the world? Add your views below.
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Hexis21
Jan 07, 2021
In Food Security Tasks
Watch the videos to gain a deeper appreciation and empathetic understanding of the issue of food security. Make notes on your findings using the worksheet or just add your ideas below:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
You should now create a presentation of your chosen solution. You can present your process and solution in a variety of ways. There are PowerPoint templates that you can access here and here to help you structure your presentation. Upload your presentation below. You should be receptive to feedback on your ideas from your peers and teachers/coaches. You may find that you need to revisit your solution, re-define your idea, come up with alternative ideas, look at the issue from a different perspective, or work on gaining a deeper and more empathetic understanding of this issue. Re-design is inevitable and desirable as this is how you can develop an effective solution to this complex global issue. Use the Harvard University Ladder of Feedback to help you construct effective feedback:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
Now you should select the strongest and most viable idea from your SWOT analyses to move forward with. You should work through the solution using discussion, drawings, models or using a storyboard process. Think of your solution as a journey or a flow of events that has at its heart the needs of the people and organisations impacted by international terrorism. Post your storyboard or other visualisation of your strongest and most viable idea below:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
Note the values and limitations of your ideas using the SWOT worksheet to help you to organise your thoughts. Select no more than three ideas from the ideation phase (Task I). Post your ideas below:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
The next stage in this process is called the brainstorming or ideation phase. This is where you will actively think of as many solutions as possible to solve the issue of international terrorism. Use the worksheet to organise your ideas. Do not worry that some of the ideas might not work. You should aim for quantity over quality at this stage. Upload the worksheet or your ideas in any other format.
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
On the worksheet or in another format, note the ideas and issues that are connected to terrorism. You should also define the problem that needs to be solved. Post your completed worksheet or other note form in the relevant forum post.
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
How else can you gain a deeper empathetic understanding of the issue of international terrorism? Post your views below:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
Write three sentences that you feel summarise the main themes in the documentary.
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
Select the correct conclusion about the text from the list below ​ ​Cyber terrorism is the biggest threat to international security. North Korea is responsible for many cyber terror attacks.​ Cyber terrorists target government organisations. Cyber terrorism is used to disrupt organisations and sometimes elicit money. Post your views below:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
What assumptions can you make after reading this material in terms of causes of terrorism? Post your views bellow:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
Take a look at the GTI 2020 infographic below. What conclusions can you draw about levels of terrorism based on region? What do you think links these regions and countries most impacted by terrorism? Think about political systems (democracy/authoritarian government/monarchy etc), natural resources, human rights records, etc. Why do you think that some countries have very low levels of terrorism? Post your thoughts below:
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
What additional conclusions did you draw from the data? Post your ideas below.
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Hexis21
Jan 06, 2021
In International Terrorism Tasks
Post your answers to the video questions below:
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