Distracted Driving: Exploring Data Analysis Using Multi-Attribute Task Battery-II (MATB-II)
About this Lesson Plan
Authors: Javornda Ashton and Gliziel Gonzales, Northumberland High School, Northumberland County, VA.
This lesson focuses on Data analysis using the Multi Attribute Task Battery II (MATB-II) synthetic battery. The software will be used to simulate the effect of being distracted while driving.
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This lesson plan was recorded at the Digital Learning Studio of NASA Langley Research Center as part of the 2012 NASA’s Simulation-Based Engineering and Science Teacher Professional Development Program.
The MATB Team appreciates Behzad Raiszadeh for letting the teachers use MATB-II as part of the Lesson Plan Development.
In the picture: Marilé Colón helped the teachers Javornda Asthon and Gliziel Gonzales during the filming of the lesson delivery.
Students will work collaboratively and each individual student in the group will perform the MATB synthetic environment for two trials. One trial using MATB only and a second trial operating MATB while simultaneously texting. Continue reading Lesson Plan on MATB-II→