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NATE BURNETT. PHYLLIS DANIELS. VINCE CORBINO. SARAH BELL. Project Animations Math for AAS General Education Fall 2008. MARK ADAMS. Instructor:. Barbara  J Rademacher. Pet Adoption Project. Brief History. Two Groups Before Us. Howl-O- Ween Carnival 2006. Project Goals.

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project animations math for aas general education fall 2008

NATE BURNETT

PHYLLIS DANIELS

VINCE CORBINO

SARAH BELL

Project AnimationsMath for AAS General Education Fall 2008

MARK ADAMS

instructor

Instructor:

Barbara J Rademacher

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Project Goals

Our Goal - To raise monetary, food, and toy donations for animals in need.

Our Mission - We will impact the lives of unwanted, abused, and abandoned animals.

community benefits

Community Benefits

Our project benefited Northwest Arkansas’s animal community by raising the money, the food, the woof, and the awareness of desperate animals in need.

course content

We used the numbers from the Lone Pine Ranch to base our sources from.

From the numbers we got:

Dogs: Mean 68 Median 61,62 Mode 72

Cats: Mean 46 Median 44 Mode 46

Course Content

Basic Math

Statistics

Graphs: Line, Bar, Pie

methods for success

We collected corporate donations, both monetary and goods.

Worked with the east lab technology

We were able to do broadcast our ideas, and goals over the radio.

METHODS For Success

We set up donation boxes throughout NWA

We contacted local shelters through email, phone, andin person.

technology

Print production technologies

  • Cell phone
  • Digital imaging-digital camera
  • Radio Media
  • Graphing Calculators
  • Adobe Photoshop

TECHNOLOGY

East lab

Adobe Illustrator

PowerPoint

Internet

community contacts

Kim Ross – Lone Pine Animal Shelter

  • Todd Davis - Manager at Dollar General in Centerton
  • Tom Gordon – Slim Chickens
  • Tommy and Mark Bariola – Guido’s Pizza in Fayetteville and Springdale
  • Adam Smith – Human Resources at Wal-Mart Corporate
  • Scott Thompson – Man. Of Theo’s Restaurant
  • Mandy Keenen– NWA Animal Rescue Shelter
  • Brandon, Bobbit, Bailey – AMX on 104.9 The X

COMMUNITY CONTACTS

timeline

Friday, December 05, 2008

We Present To You!!!

TIMELINE

Monday, September 01, 2008begin project planning

Tuesday, September 30, 2008end project planning

Thursday, October 02, 2008begin donation collections

Monday, December 01, 2008wrap up donation

process

Tuesday, December 02, 2008finalize project results

skills developed

Working with Peers:

  • Team Work and Bonding
  • Cooperation
  • Responsibility

Skills Developed

  • Time Management and Organization: Referring to our Timeline to see where our goals are up to date. Staying late after class. Outside Meetings with Shelters.

Oral and Written Communication: Telephone and Live Chats with Kim Ross

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Skills Developed

Networking: Outside the NWACC community we were able to get a hold of local small and big business for help and charitable services.

Overall Professional Enrichment:

Academia – Math Skills Improved

Technology – Gained New Sources of Technology

Service to Our Community – Helped Save Lives

outcomes

Bar Chart Donations Includes:

  • Pets Supply’s
  • Monetary
  • In Kind

Outcomes

outcomes1

Represents Dogs per Month

Represents Cats per Month

Outcomes

outcomes2

$150

$125

  • Pie Chart Donations Includes:
  • Pets Supply’s
  • Monetary
  • In Kind

$75

Outcomes