• Proposed S3 Ontology
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I. [ ] Ontologies (SCY)
    A. [ ] an ontology is a description, like a formal specification of a program, of the concepts and relationships that can exist for an agent or a community of agents
II. [ ] Ontology Questions
    A. [ ] What devices will I need to use in my classroom
    B. [ ] Where is the curriculum being inacted
    C. [ ] Is this a physics curriculum
    D. [ ] who is taking part in the activity
    E. [ ] what sorts of information will the students need to complete the activity
    F. [ ]
III. [ ] Things
    A. [ ] Subject (I actually think this could be broader than this - the Olso group's work with history could be consider a "subject", perhaps Domain is a better word here)
        1. [ ] Urban Planning (domain not subject example)
        2. [ ] Math
        3. [ ] Earth Sciences
        4. [ ] Chemistry
        5. [ ] Physics
            a) [ ] Persistence (???)
                (1) [ ] Year
                    i) [ ] Curriculum (???) Curnit ???
                        (a) [ ] Unit
                            i) [ ] class
                                (A) [ ] activity/run
                                    i) [ ] task
    B. [ ] Users
        1. [ ] Researchers
        2. [ ] Teachers/Designers
            a) [ ] TeacherSubject
                (1) [ ] TeacherGrade
                    i) [ ] TeacherClass
        3. [ ] Students/Participants
            a) [ ] All??
                (1) [ ] StudentSubject
                    i) [ ] StudentGrade
                        (a) [ ] StudentClass
                            i) [ ] group
                                (A) [ ] individual
    C. [ ] Devices
        1. [ ] Handheld
        2. [ ] Laptop
        3. [ ] Table
        4. [ ] Large Screen
        5. [ ] Desktop (???)
        6. [ ] Sensors
        7. [ ] Tablets
    D. [ ] Environments
        1. [ ] Formal
            a) [ ] Classroom
            b) [ ] Smartroom
        2. [ ] Informal
            a) [ ] Home
            b) [ ] InField
    E. [ ] Agents (here should agents be thought of as moving from global to individual and how these intersect regardless of roles, or should they be broken down into roles and how they work within each... I'm leaning towards the former in this case)
        1. [ ] Global
        2. [ ] Group
        3. [ ] Individual
        4. [ ] Device

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