Activity 0.1 Permaculture Practicum: Self-Assessment
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I can offer a short definition of permaculture.
I can explain what makes a design "permaculture."
I can recognize how permaculture design is similiar and different from other methods of design.
I can name the basic parts of a map.
I can find map resources for my site online and in local government records.
I am comfortable using Google Earth
I understand the value of good goals articulation for design.
I can explain the difference between goals and strategies.
I understand how goals relate to the entire design process.
I can explain what the "Scale of Permanance" is.
I can describe the difference between observation and interpretation.
I can summarize the most important characteristics of my design site in a few sentences.
I can describe the "design concept" for my site.
I am as comfortable proposing design ideas as I am choosing to drop or change ideas.
I can draw, sketch, and make notations on maps and journals without fear of making mistakes.
I can create a presentation that depicts the a design concept clearly.
I can use goals and assessments to justify my design decisions.
I can identify how permaculture principles are demonstrated in my site design.