Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District Networking Diagrams with Packet Tracer

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Problems can be classified as private or public. Private problems are problems that effect a single individual, while public problems effect many individuals or an ecosystem. Public problems can emerge when private problems spill into the public sphere or consciousness.

For example, a person with an aliment could be viewed as having the private problem. However, if many people are discovered to have the same aliment, then it may enter the public sphere. The public sphere will ask who, what, when, where, why, and how: Who has the aliment? What is the aliment? When were they diagnosed with the aliment? Where were they living or working or visiting? Why do they have the aliment? How did the aliment emerge?

Discussing public problems involves face-to-face and online interactions between individuals.


Estimated Time

An estimated 2 hours is needed to complete this activity.


Classroom Discussion

“I got 99 public problems…”, but in reality, there are a multitude of “public problems” in our neighborhood, community, city, county, region, state, nation, hemisphere, and mother Earth.

The goal of this discussion is for you to post a Public Problem and reply to at least 2 peer’s posts.

You are welcomed and encouraged to go above and beyond the minimum requirements by replying to a third peer’s post.

Step 1: Post a public problem

  • State a public problem.
  • Share why you think it is an important public problem to focus on.
  • Explain what at least cause of the public problem is.
  • Explain what at least effect of the public problem is.

Step 2: Reply to a peer’s public problem

  • Validate your peer’s justification for focusing on the public problem.
  • Add one additional cause of the public problem.
  • Add one additional effect of the public problem.

Step 3: Reply to a second peer’s public problem

  • Validate your peer’s justification for focusing on the public problem.
  • Add one additional cause of the public problem.
  • Add one additional effect of the public problem.

Above and Beyond: Reply to a third peer’s public problem

  • Validate your peer’s justification for focusing on the public problem.
  • Add one additional cause of the public problem.
  • Add one additional effect of the public problem.

I will send you other student discussions to make a. reply on them, just after you send me my discussion to post it


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