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Details about two free projects (Place out of Time & ImagineNation Matters) presented by the Interactive Communications & Simulations group at the Univ. of Michigan School of Education.

Details about two free projects (Place out of Time & ImagineNation Matters) presented by the Interactive Communications & Simulations group at the Univ. of Michigan School of Education.

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  • Welcome…use chat to ask questions. Will show you different modes of communication & Guest Passes to see more 4) Authentic work, not finding the answer.
  • Original Research 3) Spirit of Play 4) Listening, honoring
  • 1) Writing for/BEING
  • 1 Original Trip>>Idea>>Expand the Repetoire 2 Expanded Horizons 3 Employment, Youth Culture, Education... 4 Focus on Us, too... 5 Self-Reflection--Environmental, Schooling 6 Latitude in Extent of Participation 7 Support Efforts, Challenge Thinking
  • Midwestside Story
  • http://ics.soe.umich.edu/ http://umsimulations.wikispaces.com/ImagineNation+Matters

Web-based Simulations for Multi-Level Teaching and Learning Web-based Simulations for Multi-Level Teaching and Learning Presentation Transcript

  • Mentored simulations to enhance student learning Jeff Stanzler University of Michigan School of Education
  • Interactive Communications & Simulations
    • Web-based writing projects, cultural explorations, and simulations
    • Bringing students together in challenging environments
    • Mentorship & reciprocal learning
    • Creative space
    • Safe Environment
    • Focus on two projects
  • Place Out Of Time View slide
  • The Basics
    • Simulation
    • Character Play
    • Trial
    • Wisdom of history (scenario)
    View slide
  • Who is involved:
    • Students in grades 5-12 and their teachers
    • Students from UM-Flint and Ann Arbor and the University of Cincinnati, who take on a mentoring role while portraying characters
  • The Mentors
    • Parallel University Course
    • Responsive audience
    • Learning relationships
    • Imaginative engagement
    • Your teaching assistants
  • To do what?
    • Do History
    • Think about our thinking
    • Use theatricality as teaching/learning tool
    • Engaged audience
  • Doing History
    • All history is the history of thought and action -- not “one damn thing after another,” but people acting in response to problems and questions.
    • Performance  Original Research
  • Original Research PLUS Theatricality
    • King Henry VII has a bone to pick with Moses, then must fend off Dr. Martin Luther King
    • The “Iceberg” and
    • Henry’s pause
  • Doing History PLUS Thinking About Our Thinking
    • You are walking alone on a cold downtown street. You notice a homeless man standing outside an abandoned building, wearing a thin, ripped overcoat. The man looks at you, sincerely, and says, "Can you spare some change?”
    • As you decide how you’ll react, what’s going through your mind ??
  • Theatricality PLUS Engaged Audience
  • Cezanne’s Resume: An Invitation
  • ImagineNation Matters
    • History and culture through stories
    • Dynamic characters
    • Honoring student work
    • 20+ Modules
  • State Government & Student Government
  • Cultural Contrasts
  • Making Healthy Choices
  • Underground Railroad
  • Thought Prompts
  • Student Responses
  • Characters come to life
  • More Information
    • No Cost
    • 12 weeks
    • January to April
    • Teacher ’s guide & resources
    • Informational websites—see URLs in chat
    • Jeff Stanzler: stanz@umich.edu