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Jax12 heteroe pluribus (1)f

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Jacksonville International Conference on Teaching & Learning, 2012

Jacksonville International Conference on Teaching & Learning, 2012


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  • 1. E Pluribus:Heterogeneous learning fun for everyone KA Watson, Coastline CC 1
  • 2. E PluribusWhat does this mean?How does it appear/occur?Why is it important? KA Watson, Coastline CC 2
  • 3. Heterogeneity ….What it is: “Standard”, “classical”, new definitionsHow it can be realized now: Mashing, mixingWhy exploit it: To stimulate, share, educate KA Watson, Coastline CC 3
  • 4. Heterogeneity: what?Standard, classical definition: disparateness…New definition: composition, mashing up! KA Watson, Coastline CC 4
  • 5. How to heterogenize: 5 stepsBrainstorm for goals, objectivesDetermine key words, ideasImagine the unorthodoxGlean the most usefulInteract & share KA Watson, Coastline CC 5
  • 6. Heterogeneous means to a homogeneous endUsing the 5 steps, and in so doing…. …developing an intellectual infrastructure …sensitizing us to the plural …creating a new kind of mash-up KA Watson, Coastline CC 6
  • 7. The “how” exemplified:demonstrating the infrastructure KA Watson, Coastline CC 7
  • 8. Step 1: BrainstormExample: Defining via media mixesTalking/thinking : politics, arts, media, thought KA Watson, Coastline CC 8
  • 9. Step 2: Key words, ideasNewSurrealRevolutionaryHeterogeneousWYSIWYG…not! KA Watson, Coastline CC 9
  • 10. Step 3: Imagine the variousDictionaries, wikis (…pedia, etc.)Written documents (Open Source, .pdf)Contemporary sources (free print, audio, video)Current (re)examinations (museums, etc.) KA Watson, Coastline CC 10
  • 11. Step 4: Gleaning the useful:Key words, ideas, resources, distilled from everywhere KA Watson, Coastline CC 11
  • 12. Step 5: sharing for interactivityUsing social media & society ….as resources ….as exchange mechanisms KA Watson, Coastline CC 12
  • 13. Step 5 exemplified:Facebookery @ facebook.com KA Watson, Coastline CC 13
  • 14. The ultimate why-- To take advantage of multiple media-- To assist those who learn in alternative ways-- To strengthen the message/objective-- To learn boundlessly! KA Watson, Coastline CC 14

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