Knowledge Trail #9 (KT9): Coronavirus

Knowledge Trail #6 (KT6) by Katherine Lorik, Fort Hays State University (FHSU) Student and Swarm Learning (SL) Practitioner — Image via https://www.plectica.com/maps/43PZHFAPG

The two most important questions in science are “What can I know?” and “How can I know it?” — John M. Barry, The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History

Key Concepts for this KT:

SMEAC (pronounced “SME-AK”)

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Read and Watch

Misunderstood Word

Who’s There? — What Are They Capable Of? — What Are They Actually Doing?

Who’s There? Species of Coronavirus

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What Are They Capable Of?

What Are They Actually Doing?

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Metalearning: Why, What, How

Why, What, How: Coronavirus

Use What, So What, Now What for Course of Action (COA) Development

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Example: KT9 completed assignment

“Cohnheim’s interest centers on the explanation of the fact. It is not enough for him to know that congestion of kidney follows heart disease…. He is constantly inquiring why does it occur under these circumstances.”

Survey Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z9MXZZS

Dr. Schwandt (Ed.D.) is an American author, L6S master black belt, and red teamer.

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