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Agenda Discuss Group Project Paper Generational Communication Example All About Gardner! The 80/20 Principle The Th...
Presentations/PapersGroup Presentation Students will work in small groups to present a description and analysisof an actu...
Generational CommunicationDifferenceshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=154DZfw2S3Q&feature=youtu.be
The Art and Science of Changing OurOwn and Other People’s MindsChanging Minds
Who is Howard Gardner? Developmental Psychologist Senior Director Harvard Project Zero Known for: Theory of Multiple I...
How might you change someone’s mind?
The 80/20 Principle A relatively small percentage of the peopleconsume the majority of the beer.
The 80/20 Principle20%80%20%80%BeerDrunkBeerDrinkers
Application Consider a time when you needed to explainsomething to someone multiple times. What did you differently and ...
The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
9IntelligencesSpatialLinguisticLogical/MathematicalMusicalInterpersonalIntrapersonalNaturalisticBodily/KinestheticExistent...
BYOD Class Exercise Number off 1-9 Identify your MI by your number 1: Spatial, 2: Linguistic, 3: Bodily/Linguistic, 4:M...
Spatial
Linguistic
Bodily-Kinesthetic
Musical
Interpersonal
Intrapersonal
Naturalistic Nurturing Relating information to one’s natural surroundings Classifying natural forms like plant species,...
Existential Spiritual or religious intelligence***Not approved by Gardner did not want to committo a spiritual intelligen...
Who can learn best from a BYODlearning exercise?
The 7 Levers of Change
Reason A rational approach Lists, facts, etc.
Research Compile relevant data Past case studies Surveys
Resonance What “feels right” What can you say or do to make a pointresonate? Experiential questions like, “Have you eve...
Redescriptions Presenting information in multiple formats Consider the 80/20 rule: Words, charts, pictures
Resources and Rewards What do I have that can make me successful? WiiFM-everyone’s favorite radio station!
Real World Events What’s happening in the real world that makes myinformation relevant?
Resistances What would keep people from adopting theconcepts and information I’m sharing?
Finish Your Group Project!
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  1. 1. Agenda Discuss Group Project Paper Generational Communication Example All About Gardner! The 80/20 Principle The Theory of Multiple Intelligences The 7 R’s (as applied to your group project) Finish Group Projects Turn in your final deck for review
  2. 2. Presentations/PapersGroup Presentation Students will work in small groups to present a description and analysisof an actual communication scenario from a group member’sprofessional experience. Group members will share recommendationsfor the organization’s next steps based on course discussions. Sufficienttime to prepare for the presentation will be given during two classperiods. (Students are expected to work together on campus tocomplete the project so they are able to compare the experience to theonline group discussions at the end of the course.) Each group will berequired to submit support materials for their presentation (PowerPoint,Prezi, handouts, etc.) as well as facilitate a question and answer sessionwith the instructor and other students.Group Communication Reflection Paper After each student completes the group project and residential sessionon the topic of group communication, the will submit a reflection paperdiscussing what they learned from their reading, class discussions,observing other group interactions and their own experiences as anintegral part of a group. The paper must be between 2,000-3,000 wordsand should contain specific examples supporting reflections.
  3. 3. Generational CommunicationDifferenceshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=154DZfw2S3Q&feature=youtu.be
  4. 4. The Art and Science of Changing OurOwn and Other People’s MindsChanging Minds
  5. 5. Who is Howard Gardner? Developmental Psychologist Senior Director Harvard Project Zero Known for: Theory of Multiple Intelligences Authoring multiple books on MI and other aspects oflearning
  6. 6. How might you change someone’s mind?
  7. 7. The 80/20 Principle A relatively small percentage of the peopleconsume the majority of the beer.
  8. 8. The 80/20 Principle20%80%20%80%BeerDrunkBeerDrinkers
  9. 9. Application Consider a time when you needed to explainsomething to someone multiple times. What did you differently and why? Whether it’s internal or external customers, whenmight you need to help other people understandnew information in order to be successfulyourself?
  10. 10. The Theory of Multiple Intelligences
  11. 11. 9IntelligencesSpatialLinguisticLogical/MathematicalMusicalInterpersonalIntrapersonalNaturalisticBodily/KinestheticExistential
  12. 12. BYOD Class Exercise Number off 1-9 Identify your MI by your number 1: Spatial, 2: Linguistic, 3: Bodily/Linguistic, 4:Musical, 5: Interpersonal, 6: Intrapersonal, 7:Naturalistic, 8: Existential Use whatever you have access to learn aboutyour MI Internet (on your computer or cell phone) Your textbook ? Present it to the class I’ll take notes in the Ppt and post them!
  13. 13. Spatial
  14. 14. Linguistic
  15. 15. Bodily-Kinesthetic
  16. 16. Musical
  17. 17. Interpersonal
  18. 18. Intrapersonal
  19. 19. Naturalistic Nurturing Relating information to one’s natural surroundings Classifying natural forms like plant species, rocksand mountain types Today: botanist Chef zoologist
  20. 20. Existential Spiritual or religious intelligence***Not approved by Gardner did not want to committo a spiritual intelligence, but suggested that an"existential" intelligence may be a useful construct Priests, ministers, counselors/advisors
  21. 21. Who can learn best from a BYODlearning exercise?
  22. 22. The 7 Levers of Change
  23. 23. Reason A rational approach Lists, facts, etc.
  24. 24. Research Compile relevant data Past case studies Surveys
  25. 25. Resonance What “feels right” What can you say or do to make a pointresonate? Experiential questions like, “Have you ever…”
  26. 26. Redescriptions Presenting information in multiple formats Consider the 80/20 rule: Words, charts, pictures
  27. 27. Resources and Rewards What do I have that can make me successful? WiiFM-everyone’s favorite radio station!
  28. 28. Real World Events What’s happening in the real world that makes myinformation relevant?
  29. 29. Resistances What would keep people from adopting theconcepts and information I’m sharing?
  30. 30. Finish Your Group Project!
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