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The Global Social Problems presentation, given at the 2012 Holy Cross Institutes meeting at St. Edward's University in Austin, TX.

The Global Social Problems presentation, given at the 2012 Holy Cross Institutes meeting at St. Edward's University in Austin, TX.

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  • 1. Global Social ProblemsLocal Action & Social Networks for Change - A “Gameful” Approach Jason Rosenblum, Bob Strong St. Edward’s University http://academic.stedwards.edu/globlsocialproblems jasonr@stedwards.edu h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 2. Gameful Participation• McGonigal, J. (2011). Reality is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World: Penguin Press HC.• Jane McGonigal - Real play to take action to address large scale probs.  h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 3. Learner as “Superhero”Clever use of technology + game designstrategies to motivate players in ways that areChallenge-Based.http://www.urgentevoke.com
  • 4. From: http://www.urgentevoke.comMission 1, Objective: Learn
  • 5. From: http://www.urgentevoke.comMission 1, Objective: Act
  • 6. From: http://www.urgentevoke.comMission 1, Objective: Imagine
  • 7. From: http://www.urgentevoke.comBlog post: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/saving-the-knowledge-about
  • 8. From: http://www.urgentevoke.comBlog post: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/saving-the-knowledge-about
  • 9. Gameful learning with serious games• Strategy that applies “Serious” Games with Guided Experiential Participation• To Foster: critical thinking, problem solving, instructor facilitation & reflection• To Address: authentic, real-world problems h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 10. What is Global Social Problems? &Why Pilot this course? h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 11. Global Social Problems• Local Action & Social Networks for Change• Undergrad Cultural Foundations course• Uses superhero gaming strategies & challenge-based learning approach.• Inspired by McGonigal’s idea of gameful action and her ARG, Evoke. h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 12. What makes thissection unique? h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 13. Mission-based design tofoster “Heroic Action”• Research an issue @ Global & Local Levels• Participate online as well as at local levels to address the problem• Imagine a possible way to address the issue, incorporating perspectives learned through research and participation. h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 14. Experiential Components• Values-driven Superhero Gaming System• Social Media to Research and Act• Immersive, project-based approach• Iterative writing with faculty/peer feedback h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 15. Heroic ValuesPeer Review: Students awarded “Experience Points”by peers on how well they demonstrate Heroic“Character Traits” Creativity Tenacity Perspective Clarity Cooperation Empathy Credibility Precision Persuasion CourageBadges awarded based on individual scores h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 16. User Profile
  • 17. Things to Note• Class site is 99% “open”, not within Blackboard• Heavily custmized Drupal website• Course hash tag = #globsoc h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 18. Twitter Posts h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
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  • 20. Social Good Summit h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 21. http://www.mashable.com/sgs
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  • 23. “The social good summit was really an amazing thing. Thelive feeds they had going on were really great and it wasthe most extravagant example of the world gettingsmaller. I feel like this really tied our class into the realworld...This really demonstrated to me that there is a greatpossibility for change via online...I would definitely attendthis again and I wish so badly I would have had more timeto watch other sessions. I would recommend that anyonewatch at least one session to become informed abouthow our world is changing for the better and empowerevery person to make a change.” h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 24. Blog Posts h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
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  • 28. Social MediaCommentary h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
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  • 30. Local Action Projects h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
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  • 35. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFVlqQtge9Y
  • 36. Student Feedback• “I got a lot out of this course. I have always been a very passionate person with anything that Ive ever set my mind to, whether it be my career in the arts or my school work. This class was a wonderful way to make people really work to change the world, and not just to write one more paper on it. I was able to reach out and actually change lives in this course and that is amazing.” h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 37. What’s worked• Iterative blog entries• Guest Lecturer participation: Profs Vicki Totten and Kay Firth-Butterfield• Heroic Participation & values discussions• The Social Good Summit: a social media enabled conference• Twitter participation• Group Projects h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 38. Challenges• Unfamiliar with: project-based course design• Unfamiliar with : Peer review process• Learning: Technology components• Unaccustomed to: Incremental research tasks (Research Notes) & deadlines• Requires: Constant Schedule adjustment• Superhero-oriented theme h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcm
  • 39. fin. jasonr@stedwards.edu http://www.edtechresources.info h/p://slidesha.re/zurvcmh/p://academic.stedwards.edu/globalsocialproblems