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General explanation of the audience response systems at use at ITC-ILO

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    • Staff Development training on the use of “Audience Response Systems” Thursday 28 January 2:00 p.m. (Pav. Oceania 173) www.itcilo.org
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    • Advantages
      • Actively engage participants during a presentation
      • Increase their level of understanding
      • Get feedback from your participants
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    • 1. A gender question: are you?
      • Female
      • Male
      • Undecided
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    • 2. Where are you from? Are you from:
      • Americas
      • Africa
      • Oceania
      • Asia
      • Europa
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      • Different
      • types of questions
      • and different
      • types of activities
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    • 3. According to research what is the average attention spam participants have during a lecture
      • 10-15 min
      • 15-20 min
      • 25-30 min
      • 35-40 min
      • 45 min
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    • 4. In 1979, the ILO received the Nobel Peace Prize for its promotion of social justice and peace among nations, True or False
      • True
      • False
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      • False: the ILO received the Nobel Peace Prize for its promotion of social justice and peace among nations in 1969
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    • Which Declaration was adopted in 2008?
      • The Declaration of Philadelphia
      • The Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work
      • The Declaration on Social Justice for a Fair Globalisation
      • The Decent Work Agenda
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      • Correct answer : 3
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    • Other potential questions you could ask
      • application questions
      www.itcilo.org International Training Centre These questions require participants to apply their knowledge and understanding to particular situations and contexts. Application questions often ask participants to make a decision or choice in a given scenario, connect course content to "real-world" situations, implement procedures or techniques, or predict the outcome of experiments or even their peers' response to a subsequent question.
    • The member states of the ILO meet at the International Labour Conference, held every year in Geneva Switzerland in the month of June. Each member State is represented by a delegation consisting of:
      • One government delegate, two employer delegates, a worker delegate and their respective advisers
      • One government delegate, one employer delegate, two worker delegates and their respective advisers
      • Two government delegates, one employer delegate, one worker delegate and their respective advisers
      • None of the above
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    • critical thinking questions
      • requiring participants to analyze relationships among multiple concepts or make evaluations based on particular criteria. Often these questions are "one-best-answer questions. These questions can be very effective in preparing students to engage in class discussions about their reasons.
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    • What benefits do the International Labour Standards provide today?
      • An international legal framework for fair and stable globalization
      • A strategy for reducing poverty
      • means of improving economic performance
      • A safety net in times of economic crisis
      • All of the above
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    • The integration of audience response systems in our courses is
      • Very useful and creates a pedagogical added value
      • Useful but more in the sense of engaging participants
      • Not very useful but a fun toy to play around with
      • Not useful at all
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    • More questions
      • Monitoring Questions: These are questions designed to provide instructors with information about how their participants are approaching the learning process in their courses. f.e. did they read the information and documents prior to come to the course.
      • Experiment questions
      • Audience response systems can also be used to collect data from participants for classroom experiments often used in the social sciences (cf. Gender)
      • Repeated questions
      • These are questions before and after to track if the participant made learning progress or changed perspective.
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    • Experiment www.itcilo.org International Training Centre
    • Several tests on
      • Gender
      • Religion
      • Nationality
      • Disability
      • Age
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    • Type of activities
      • - warming up of discussions - formative and summative assessment / evaluation - decision making processes - gaming and quizzes - attendance
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    • Additional help: Bloom www.itcilo.org International Training Centre
    • Analyse
      • The following learning focus is written from which perspective
      • Trial and error learning
      • Learning through association and reinforcement
      • Behaviourism
      • Cognitive constructivism
      • Social constructivism
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    • Synthesis
      • Does this report on wage policies provide authentic and reliable information
      • Yes
      • No
      • Unable to determine
    • Challenges
      • - getting started takes some time (planning, preparation, control) - writing effective multiple choice questions can be challenging
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    • Additional features
      • - anonymous (but not necessarily) - possibility to generate reports - possibility to aggregate data (f.e. gender, region)
      • - possibility to include a timer (competition)
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      • PROCEDURES INTERNAL SUPPORT
      • PRACTICAL TIPS (hand-out)
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    • Please, provide an overall rating for today’s presentation
      • Excellent
      • Good
      • Fair
      • Poor
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    • Did you learn something during today’s presentation?
      • Yes
      • No
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    • Additional resources
      • Blog
      • http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=a34wfg8cwkp_1c2h2w8
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