Published on November 4, 2008
Photo Album #1 Ronald G. Shapiro, Ph. D. October 28, 2008 Games To Explain Human Factors: Presents Come, Participate, Learn and Have Fun!!! Presenter from: Speaker’s Bureau Photos by: Leah Eaton
Special thanks to Leah Eaton for composing photographs for this album Photography
Welcome!!! Jennifer McDaid Clay Walnum
Time To Begin Carol Tong Asra Sheikh
Presents Contestants (In Alphabetical Order): Robert Anderson Liz Augustine Wendy Fish Sandy MacLeod Jennifer McDaid Jean Rockwood Asra Sheikh Speakers from: Speaker’s Bureau Judges (In Alphabetical Order): David Bowen Patricia Donovan Jo-Ann Fogg Char James-Tanny Cheryl Magadieu Marc Paquette Helen Staveley Jackie Tamboer Carol Tong Clay Walhum Pictures by: Leah Eaton Games To Explain Human Factors Come, Participate, Learn and Have Fun!!!
Multitasking Smile!!! Stand on left foot, eyes closed and recite the Gettysburg Address.
Set The Clock
Redesign The Clock Liz Augustine receives Awesome Ribbon for Clock redesign. Awesome!!!
Two Point Discrimination Threshold One member of the audience touches another with one or two tacks. The second member responds one or two. Sensitive!!!
Sound Localization Asra Sheikh attempts to point to the pencils being tapped. Asra points “back” when sound is “in front” without head movement. Asra points “left” when sound is “on left” without head movement. Interesting!!!
Perceived Temperature Robert Anderson holds a quarter and a cotton ball to his face. He reports the quarter feels cooler though both are actually the same temperature. Virginia points “back” when Sound is “in front” without head movement.
Attention to Details Jennifer McDaid studied her birthday bandana. Then she was blindfolded. Jennifer was asked to describe the bandana. She correctly described most features of the bandana. When asked if the bandana contained balloons she was uncertain, but when asked the color of the balloons she identified some balloon colors. Challenging!!!
Attention to Details Ron applied some lotion to Jennifer’s right hand. Jennifer correctly identified the lotion after smelling it. Ron then touched her left hand and asked what was on her left hand. She replied “nothing” several times. Ron then handed her a heart shaped light and asked if the hint was helpful. Jennifer replied “No”. Lotion Lotion
Attention to Details (continued) Jennifer then felt of her left hand where Ron touched her hand. Again she said there was nothing on her left hand. Why is this task so difficult?
Attention to Details (continued) Ron then asked Jennifer to hold out her right hand with her fingers spread apart. He is shown preparing to place a “ring” on Jennifer’s right hand Lotion Lotion
Attention to Details (continued) Jennifer answered correctly. Great Work!!!
Attention to Details (continued) Jennifer McDaid displaying her engagement gifts… the heart shaped light which was given to her as one of her “hints” and two heart shaped scented soaps. Lotion Lotion
First Half Ribbon Winners First Half Awesome Ribbon Winners Liz Augustine and Jennifer McDaid along with Presenter Ron Shapiro. Lotion Lotion
Object Localization I’m looking for a prize. Everyone but me knows what it is!!! Best of Luck, Jean! Jean Rockwood
Object Localization (continued) It’s right in front of you, Jean!!!
Object Localization (continued) Jean Found It!!!
Paired Associate Learning Audience members were instructed to raise their hands whenever Ron said UP. Ron tapped the wall immediately before saying Up. After a few trials audience members began raising hands when Ron tapped the wall—before he said Up.
Perceptual Adaptation Kristy Astry (blindfolded) does not know that Terry Farley is wearing inversion prisms. She does not know what the sign says, either. Jennifer McDaid blindfolds Sandy MacLeod in preparation for the “Pin” (Perceptually Inverted Navigator) activity.
Perceptual Adaptation Sandy MacLeod (blindfolded) does not know that Jennifer McDaid is wearing inversion prisms. She does not know what the sign says, either.
While wearing inversion prisms, Jennifer is directing Sandy to place the National Ergonomics Month (NEM) sticker on top of the oval. Perceptual Adaptation
While wearing inversion prisms, Jennifer is directing Sandy to place the Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics (BCPE) and National Ergonomics Month (NEM) stickers on top of the circles. Perceptual Adaptation
I’m upside down!!! Perceptual Adaptation Sandy and Jennifer pointing to the Upside Down BCPE sticker
Wendy Fish tried to catch a dollar bill that Dr. Shapiro dropped between her index and middle fingers. Responding Takes Time Can Wendy catch the dollar bill?
Wendy Fish caught the dollar bill that Dr. Shapiro dropped between her index and middle fingers in her final successful attempt. Responding Takes Time Great Catch!!!
The Semi-Finalists Congratulations, Everyone!!!
Selecting the Champion The semi-finalists closed their eyes and the audience voted by applause for the “Hardest Working Volunteer.” Jennifer McDaid received most of the applause and was thus elected. Immediately after winning she was surprised with a blindfold being placed over her eyes.
The Final Exam After Jennifer’s blindfold was in place she was told that she won the election to take the final exam. For her final exam she was to name as many people as she could in the front of the room and explain what they did. She missed herself and Ron. Don't forget yourself or Ron, Jennifer!!!
The Final Exam Champion Jennifer holding her Champion sign and posing with Dr. Ron Shapiro. Congratulations, Jennifer!!!
The Champion With Prizes Having fun??? A+ Great Work!!!
The Champion and Semifinalists Champion Jennifer McDaid posing with semifinalists.
The Champion and Semifinalists Champion Jennifer McDaid posing with semifinalists. Champion Jennifer McDaid Liz Augustine and Princess Beanie
You may even win a prize!!! Prizes Wow!!!
You may even win a prize!!! Supplies Lots of stuff!!!
Transcript Header: Games To Explain Human Factors: Come, Participate, Learn & Have Fun!!! Embry-Riddle University Photo Album Transcript Body:
Five key ingredients for improving student motivation ... explain all human motivation. ... (2008). Learning Factors in the University Classroom: Faculty
Training simulations typically come in one ... in terms of game play. Simulation games have become ... other human-factors that may be ...
Factors and multiples are both to do with multiplication: ... A number can have many factors. Example: 12. ... Learn more about Least Common Multiple.
Learn the Facts. About Let's Move; ... video games, and the internet. ... Let’s Move! is a comprehensive initiative, ...
... ergonomics (or human factors) ... What is Ergonomics? ... You have preconceived notions of certain things.