Engage: Preparing and PracticingActive-Learning Techniques toEnhance ReflectionAnisa Fornoff, PharmD.Mandi McReynolds, M.S...
What one word would you use to describe CivicEngagement?One Word on the Board
Please take time to write a 6 word statement aboutbeing a facilitator of reflection through active-learning.Core Message
“Tell me and Ill forget; show me and I mayremember; involve me and Ill understand.”Chinese Proverb
Draw a mental map on What is Good ReflectionMental Map
Turning to One AnotherWheatleyThe simplicity of human conversation.To advocate human conversation as a means to restorehop...
JunebugTell us what makes you passionate about the fieldyou are in.Actively listen and think about what visuals come tomin...
1st Spinner: Quote Number2nd Spinner: Example of True / Example of False3rd Spinner: GroupsSpinner Activity
① I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stoneacross the waters to create many ripples (MotherTheresa)② We ask ...
Doing things and thinking aboutwhat they are doing throughwriting, discussing, and beingengaged in problem solving.Bonwell...
Each day of service and/or travel, have studentsprepare one of the following items that exemplifiestheir day:WordSoundSmel...
True / FalseTheoryAgree / DisagreeRankingPaddles
Hashing it OutActive-LDefinition ExamplesNonExamples Characteristics
Popsicle StickSwat!Deck of CardsConcentric CirclesBeach BallHalf N’ HalfCard Storming1 Minute PaperWhy? Why? Why? Why? Why...
3-2-1Final Personal Reflections
Questions
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Come ready to engage with a variety of reflective techniques. We will discuss and
practice community partner inclusion activities, awareness and observation exercises,
concept maps, reflection journals, as well as sensory and impromptu reflection. Each
technique provides students opportunities to think critically and develop a deeper
understanding of the subject matter.
Anisa Fornoff, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, and Mandi McReynolds,
Service-Learning Coordinator, both at Drake University

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  1. 1. Engage: Preparing and PracticingActive-Learning Techniques toEnhance ReflectionAnisa Fornoff, PharmD.Mandi McReynolds, M.S.Drake University
  2. 2. What one word would you use to describe CivicEngagement?One Word on the Board
  3. 3. Please take time to write a 6 word statement aboutbeing a facilitator of reflection through active-learning.Core Message
  4. 4. “Tell me and Ill forget; show me and I mayremember; involve me and Ill understand.”Chinese Proverb
  5. 5. Draw a mental map on What is Good ReflectionMental Map
  6. 6. Turning to One AnotherWheatleyThe simplicity of human conversation.To advocate human conversation as a means to restorehope to the future is as simple as I can get. But I’ve seenthat there is no more powerful way to initiatesignificant change than to convene a conversation.When a community of people discovers that they sharea concern, change begins. There is no power equal to acommunity discovering what it cares about.
  7. 7. JunebugTell us what makes you passionate about the fieldyou are in.Actively listen and think about what visuals come tomind or what resonates with you as others arespeaking
  8. 8. 1st Spinner: Quote Number2nd Spinner: Example of True / Example of False3rd Spinner: GroupsSpinner Activity
  9. 9. ① I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stoneacross the waters to create many ripples (MotherTheresa)② We ask justice, we ask equality, we ask that all civil andpolitical rights belong to the citizens of the United Statesbe guaranteed to us and our daughters forever. (Susan B.Anthony)③ You cannot change what you refuse to confront④ All oppression creates a state of war (Simone deBeauvoir)Quotes
  10. 10. Doing things and thinking aboutwhat they are doing throughwriting, discussing, and beingengaged in problem solving.Bonwell and Eison (1991)
  11. 11. Each day of service and/or travel, have studentsprepare one of the following items that exemplifiestheir day:WordSoundSmellQuotePictureDaily Reflection
  12. 12. True / FalseTheoryAgree / DisagreeRankingPaddles
  13. 13. Hashing it OutActive-LDefinition ExamplesNonExamples Characteristics
  14. 14. Popsicle StickSwat!Deck of CardsConcentric CirclesBeach BallHalf N’ HalfCard Storming1 Minute PaperWhy? Why? Why? Why? Why?Muddiest Point (Most Trivial, Critical, Surprising, Amusing,UnusualFind my matchStarburst (Like Color, Number, Different Color)Reflective Observation Notes in PairsOther Odd N’ Ends
  15. 15. 3-2-1Final Personal Reflections
  16. 16. Questions

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