Gained Knowledge

With the knowledge I have gained during this semester, the different types that stand out the most would be factual, conceptual, procedural, and metacognitive.

Factual Knowledge

It is general knowledge that to succeed in the goal. We would have to relate it to specific facts of the actual domain and concept of the client. Figuring out a solution to the problem is simply identifying the key terms, precise details, and finding a supporting source (Dr. Joel Tapia, 2018). NAIDOC Week expanded the client brief, which made it the main element to the client’s problem. We wanted to utilise the cultural and historical benefit of the land to expose what people have forgotten and need to know about the sacred land itself. History and culture play an essential role to Living Labs because of its ‘VALUE.’ South Vineyard Creek has an option. It can either be hidden forever or be exposed to the public for safekeeping with limited capacity due to permission to enter.

Team member Narjess discovered a NAIDOC bus on her journey home.

Conceptual Knowledge

Finding an understanding of what is factual is like conceptual knowledge, as it is based on the function of the domain. It is the organisation of facts by using suitable parts among the elements and aspects of the project itself. Using specific models, theories, principles, and structures to organise the task properly. For Instance, the tutor provided a report and presentation format to utilise ideas and thoughts of the solutions to the client’s problem.

Tutor: Kate, Client: Maryella and Roger

Procedural Knowledge

Procedural knowledge demonstrates the attainment of meeting goals and objectives, which is significantly vital in any project. This applied project, in general, had a lot to intake, but due to given structure and deadlines, Evergreen labs got there in the end. The peer-review session in week 13 changed all the team members to update our content to be more detailed and thorough because of the comparison of the other team’s clear presentation.  

Metacognitive Knowledge

The importance behind metacognitive knowledge is initiating the client’s ability, especially culturally or contextually. Living Labs outlined in the client’s brief, ‘value’ is the most critical aspect of this project. In understanding the historical and cultural part of the land itself. We must be more aware of vast knowledge as it widens the ideas of creative processes. Implementation of NAIDOC week drew more attention to the client due to cultural and historical context through varied events such as workshops and lectures from local elders.

References:

Dr. Joel Tapia. (2018, March). 4 Types of Knowledge. Learning Strategist; Learning Strategist. https://learningstrategist.org/2018/03/01/4-types-of-knowledge/

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