Knowledge Trail (KT5): Assignment Rules / Instructions
Assignment instructions for HHP340 Tests and Measurements (Summer 2020).
Jun 26th, 2020 | 2 min read

Header photo is an image created by Dr. Schwandt via


Situation: You are a FHSU student enrolled in HHP340 required to complete Knowledge Trail 5 (KT5).

Mission: Complete the KT and post in the class WordPress site (and the Facebook Group for extra credit - don't forget the first to post this in the class WordPress site also receives extra credit).

Execution: Each student will focus their effort on completing the following simple rules. You will then post to the Swarm Learning (SL) WordPress site and respond to at least two other student posts.

Administration (and Feedback): Each student must have access to Plectica,, and the WordPress site (and it is suggested that you are a member of the SL Facebook Group). Student KTs will serve as a feedback mechanism for the instructor.

Communication: Each individual student is in control of their KT. Your KT must be posted to the WordPress site (and respond to at least two other students) by no later than the end of the current module.

Assignment Rules: Boundary to Create Within!

Rule 1. Watch and review this presentation (KT5 Assignment Rules / Instructions and How-To Video).

Rule 2. Click here for access to (an online collaborative whiteboard platform). Watch Getting Started with Miro. Then watch/view my discussion of the Sense - Estimate - Establish (SEE) model via View the Problem-Sensing canvas and experiment with creating your own.

Rule 3. Read pages 42-43 of your textbook on Degrees of Freedom and Level of Significance. Read Degrees of Freedom in Statistics, Watch Degrees of Freedom and Effect Sizes: Crash Course Statistics #28, Read Understanding Hypothesis Tests: Significance Levels (Alpha) and P values in Statistics, Watch Alpha, α, the Significance Level, Read What are Type I and Type II Errors?

And read/watch SL Tool #3: Degrees of Freedom.

Rule 4. Using your blog/essay question you chose from EM3, use the Problem-Sensing framework to construct your response. For example, Option 5: Swarm Learning. Argue how could we use Swarm Learning in Tests and Measurements to improve overall health and human performance. Create an image in answering this question. I want you to also include an image (and discuss in your WordPress post) of what degrees of freedom are. Post your image in the class WordPress site (don't forget to respond to at least two other student posts).

View the Problem-Sensing canvas and experiment with creating your own.

Rule 5. Complete the required SurveyMonkey for KT5 and state if you completed it in your post.

This article was written by Jamie Schwandt.
Consider supporting them so they can create more quality content.