Supervision Internship IBMan Programme 401591Introduction to theSupervision Internship Marcus Birkenkrahe & Sophia Karge
AgendaWelcome & OverviewWHO: IntroductionsWHAT: Course Objectives & ContentHOW: In-World & Moodle Teaching ToolsHOW: Story...
Welcome & Overview— 5th term of this 100% virtual supervision course— Designed to support you wherever you are— 5 credit p...
Introductions!   Your supervisor: Marcus Birkenkrahe (friendly centaur)!   Your technical tutor: Sophia Karge (?)!   Pleas...
Course Objectives & Content — Evaluate of your own experiences in a peer group — Learn to communicate professionally in th...
Your Online Tasks (Second Life)— Show up every week at 12.15 pm or 7:45 pm (Berlin):if youre able to make the mid-day sess...
Your Offline Tasks (Moodle)— Write answer to weekly questions in your Gdocs file— Post weekly questions on the forum— Enga...
Storytelling— Which elements comprise a story?— How do you know if someones telling a story  (not just giving facts)?— Hav...
Forum PostsGood forum posts are like good blog posts:—Engaged, always focused on story, with emotional content—Considered,...
In-World PresentationGood presentations tell a STORY, too:—Engaged, always focused on story, with emotional content—Consid...
Important: ConfidentialityGood stories are authentic, too.There can be no authenticity without openness.There can be no op...
The Tail End: Technology                     A FEW SLIDES ON OUR                        TOOLS IF YOU CARE                 ...
Teaching Tools - Spaces The Virtual HWR in Second Life® is divided in different learning spaces —watch http://bit.ly/HWRvi...
Teaching Tools – Orientation Orientation: treasure cave, school balloon on-site; guided   tour to off-site locations offer...
Teaching Tools – GroupworkGroup work: tables; SL group for voice/chat; shared media  walls for collaboration (GDocs, Ether...
Teaching Tools - AuditoriumAuditorium: media wall, viewers for lectures; a stage for role  playing; a Google Calendar for ...
Teaching Tools - Feedback Feedback offline and online via the Opinionator using   prepared and improvised questions & disc...
Dont miss the movie!                        Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 18
Rules of Engagement1. Please choose for your in-world talk and put your name   in the Moodle-Wiki table. Do not remove any...
Good PresentationsA good presentation tells a STORY:!    it is engaged and contains emotional content,!    it shows that y...
Preparing a Role-PlayYour ROLE-PLAY will built on:     —a situation or scene (sketched by you in your presentation)     wh...
Next steps     — Post your first answers to our weekly question!     — Schedule your presentation and role play session!  ...
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1 Introduction to the course

  1. 1. Supervision Internship IBMan Programme 401591Introduction to theSupervision Internship Marcus Birkenkrahe & Sophia Karge
  2. 2. AgendaWelcome & OverviewWHO: IntroductionsWHAT: Course Objectives & ContentHOW: In-World & Moodle Teaching ToolsHOW: StorytellingWHAT: Rules of EngagementWHEN: What next?Discussion Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 2
  3. 3. Welcome & Overview— 5th term of this 100% virtual supervision course— Designed to support you wherever you are— 5 credit points / 4 SWS / 54 + 96 = 150 hrs course load— In practice: ca. 180 minutes per week including session— Lushly supported by two supervisors (Sophia & me)— Relies on your cooperation and spirit of adventure! Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 3
  4. 4. Introductions! Your supervisor: Marcus Birkenkrahe (friendly centaur)! Your technical tutor: Sophia Karge (?)! Please introduce yourself:– Whats your real name and where do you hail from? – Where do you do your internship? (place & firm) – What are your expectations for this course? – What are your questions at this point (if any)?! Put a version of your answer into your moodle profile together with your photo, please. Update your avatar profile before you leave. Get the T-Shirt & wear it. Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 4
  5. 5. Course Objectives & Content — Evaluate of your own experiences in a peer group — Learn to communicate professionally in the work place — Present & role play what youve learnt in a group setting — Feedback check and techniques — Communication training & role plays — Presenting your case and coaching others Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 5
  6. 6. Your Online Tasks (Second Life)— Show up every week at 12.15 pm or 7:45 pm (Berlin):if youre able to make the mid-day session: please do!— Be present when your avatar is online: get up and stretchwhen youre in danger of falling asleep (I may nudge you)— Participate in the discussion both via voice and chat— Present your internship and participate in our role-plays:youll get instructions on how to prepare that via Moodle Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 6
  7. 7. Your Offline Tasks (Moodle)— Write answer to weekly questions in your Gdocs file— Post weekly questions on the forum— Engage in discussions by responding (well) on the forum— End-of-term submission of your posts w/short review— Submit printout of your contributions deadline 13-02-13 Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 7
  8. 8. Storytelling— Which elements comprise a story?— How do you know if someones telling a story (not just giving facts)?— Have I told a story today (so far)? Further interesting reading on storytelling in a professional (corporate) context: Steve Denning http://bit.ly/IOQk5C Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 8
  9. 9. Forum PostsGood forum posts are like good blog posts:—Engaged, always focused on story, with emotional content—Considered, responding to something (not preaching)—Qualified, drawing on information outside of your headQ: How would recognize these qualities in your work world? Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 9
  10. 10. In-World PresentationGood presentations tell a STORY, too:—Engaged, always focused on story, with emotional content—Considered, showing youve thought about your material—Qualified, building on accurate objective informationGood presentations dont just recount facts (no matter howattractively told: beware, self/marketing experts). Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 10
  11. 11. Important: ConfidentialityGood stories are authentic, too.There can be no authenticity without openness.There can be no openness without confidentiality and trust.— All information shared either in-world (Second Life)or via Moodle (password-protected) will remain confidentialto course participants only. What you say here, stays here!At the same time: always exercise caution with realinformation — as a rule, dont use anybody‘s real names Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 11
  12. 12. The Tail End: Technology A FEW SLIDES ON OUR TOOLS IF YOU CARE (you really dont have to to pass the course)Welcome | Objectives | Tools | Introductions | Next | Discussion Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 12
  13. 13. Teaching Tools - Spaces The Virtual HWR in Second Life® is divided in different learning spaces —watch http://bit.ly/HWRvideoE for details Orientation Groupwork Auditorium Feedback Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 13
  14. 14. Teaching Tools – Orientation Orientation: treasure cave, school balloon on-site; guided tour to off-site locations offering interactive experiences Train your avatar by visiting these places and if you havent done it yet, schedule training with our tutor Johannes. Cave: movementBalloon: notecard training & fun Fountain: camerainstructions & simple control training & funscript control & fun Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 14
  15. 15. Teaching Tools – GroupworkGroup work: tables; SL group for voice/chat; shared media walls for collaboration (GDocs, Etherpad). Well try to keep it simple throughout. Shared media Dont hesitate to collaboration ask questions. And Group dont be alarmed: tables after a couple of Viewer: sessions, youll feel instructions really at home in Media: YouTube your new avatar. & Twitter wall Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 15
  16. 16. Teaching Tools - AuditoriumAuditorium: media wall, viewers for lectures; a stage for role playing; a Google Calendar for in-world events. The in-world sessions will sometimes begin Shared online with a short lecture. Calendar Please be on time & save your chats locally. In this space, we will perform role-plays and Stage for Role playing you will present on your internship experiences to the whole group. Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 16
  17. 17. Teaching Tools - Feedback Feedback offline and online via the Opinionator using prepared and improvised questions & discussion topics Whenever theres time well close the session with a short survey where your avatars can vote with their feet. You simply walk into the Opinionator and the distribution of votes is shown in the center of the object. Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 17
  18. 18. Dont miss the movie! Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 18
  19. 19. Rules of Engagement1. Please choose for your in-world talk and put your name in the Moodle-Wiki table. Do not remove any data. Putting your name here counts as a commitment. If you can attend (or present during) the lunchtime session, do it.2. Once youve got a date, get to work: create a presentation, upload it on GoogleDocs or Slideshare. Send me the link (msb@hwr-berlin.de) beforehand (in time). If youre unsure about technology (uploading, presenting etc) contact Sophia (Sophia_Karge@gmx.de).3. After the session, put a copy of your presentation and any other observations from the session and your role-play into Moodle and add a copy of the presentation, too.4. At the end of term, print presentation & GDocs file, add a signed cover sheet and send all of it to me at the HWR. Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 19
  20. 20. Good PresentationsA good presentation tells a STORY:!  it is engaged and contains emotional content,!  it shows that youve thought about your material!  it tells about events and doesnt just recount factsGet the facts out of the way quickly. Slides should include:! Where is your internship (company, country) and what do you do!  Briefly describe a situation either past or future for a role-play.Youve got max. 15 minutes for the presentation (afterwards: roleplay). Please rehearse your presentation. Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 20
  21. 21. Preparing a Role-PlayYour ROLE-PLAY will built on: —a situation or scene (sketched by you in your presentation) which involves you as one of the participants (as well as any number of other people) —a goal (something you want/ed to achieve in this scene) We will ask volunteers in the session to play the parts indicated by you; we will set the situation up as a role-play of at most 5 minutes, and then well briefly discuss the results using this process:!  What did the audience think or feel or observe during the role-play?!  What did the actors think or feel or observe during the role-play?!  What did the client think or feel or observe during the role-play? Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 21
  22. 22. Next steps — Post your first answers to our weekly question! — Schedule your presentation and role play session! — We need a few volunteers to kick us off next week! — Consider to switch to the lunch-time course (12 pm) Lets go to the Opinionator and vote on the following question: „This is the course that I expected it would be!“Welcome | Objectives | Tools | Introductions | Next | Discussion Birkenkrahe / LV 401591 WS 2012 / 22

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