Module 3 — Stand level components
of biodiversity
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Module 3 — Stand level components of forest biodiversity — Closure
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Module 3 — Stand level components — Closure
 
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  There are five parts to the module closure:
  1. recall
  2. transfer of learning
  3. reflections
  4. self-assessment quiz
  5. celebration
     

Recall

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There are two parts to recall — modifying the mind map and answering the set of questions some which are listed at the beginning of the module.

Begin by returning to the mind map that you started at the beginning of this module and using a different colored pen add what you have learned during this module.

This may mean that you add facts or ideas, modify some, or correct others.

This is an important step in your learning process. You need to recognize what you learned, what you have modified, and what you had to correct because of misinformation.

  1. Do you now better understand the role that the six stand level components play in forest biodiversity? If not, what do you have to do to assist in your understanding?

  2. Are you able to list and describe the six stand level components of forest biodiversity? If not, what do you have to do so that you can?

  3. Are you able to identify several forest management applications for each of the six stand level components? If not, what do you have to do so that you can?

  4. Are you able to describe the role of stand level in forest biodiversity? If not, what do you have to do, so that you can?

  5. Do you now recognize the management strategies used within forest biodiversity — stand level components? If not, what do you have to help you to recognize them?

  6. Are you able to list several recommendations for the two management strategies of wildlife trees? If not, what do you have to do so that you can?

  7. Will you be able to utilize the applications to forest management as a forest manager? If not, what else do you need to do so that you can?

If you completed the three application assignments (or fewer), answer these questions:

  1. How successful were you in assessing an old growth forest using the stand level components tools?

  1. If you need more practice, when will you get it?
  2. If you need help, where will you go for it?
  1. Were you able to formulate recommendations for managing a harvest site?
  1. If not, where will you go for assistance?
  1. How successful were you in preparing a plan for harvesting a future logging site using good forest management practices?
  1. Did you give it to someone for assessment?

  2. What else do you need to know before preparing another plan?

  3. Where will you go for this help?

     

Transfer of learning

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  1. Think of 3 – 5 ideas or concepts discussed here that you could use in your work. 

  2. If you are a forest manager, how will you incorporate the ideas in this module into your role as manager? (List  3 – 5 ideas.)

  3. If you and a five-year old child were walking in a forest and you had to explain to him or her about creating wildlife trees, what you would say?

  1.  About worker safety

  2. About standing dead trees

     

Reflections

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  1. What topics do you need to learn more about? Where can you locate them? 

  2. How are you now thinking about six stand level components that may be different or modified from before?
  1. Think about how the six stand level components of forest biodiversity are like music.

    Think about music in it many forms-notes, how it is played, with what instruments, how it is written, uses of music including medical, functions of music, etc. 
     
  2. Think about how the six stand level components of forest biodiversity are not like music.
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