Cultivating Multicultural Competence in 140 Characters or Less<br />Natasha Hopkins - @natashahopkins<br />Mari Knuth-Bour...
Cultivating Multicultural Competence in 140 Characters or Less<br />Overview of social media<br />Emerging research<br />M...
Common Types of Social Media<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
Using Social Media…<br />Benefits<br />Assumptions & Implications<br />Information sharing<br />Information seeking<br />R...
Emerging Research<br /> Process oriented education<br />Fluid learning structures<br />Basic, continuous openness<br />Eas...
Multicultural Competence<br />Awareness – “An openness to change, and belief that change is necessary and positive”<br />K...
Guiding Principles<br />Engage and institutionalize<br />Use within existing community<br />Create learning outcomes, plan...
Questions?<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
Twitter<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />Engaging in Practice<br /><ul><li>Multicultural Competency: Awareness
How can Twitter be used to increase awareness?</li></li></ul><li>Blogs<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />Engaging in P...
How would you usethis blog in conjunction with scholarship on microaggressions (e.g., Sue, 2010) to engage students in lea...
Questions?<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
Develop your own plan…<br />for utilizing social media to further multicultural competence within your organization<br /><...
What learning outcomes are important for your organization?
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  • MARI – welcome and intro
  • LUNA
  • TASHA – gauge the room’s social media
  • TASHA – BenefitsMARI – Assumptions &amp; Implications
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  • MARI + TASHA and LUNA
  • LUNA
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  • Print screenshots of Microaggressions.com and Page 8 of Sue (2007) PDFDefinition of microaggression: “Microaggressions are brief and commonplace daily verbal, behavioral, or environmental indignities, whether intentional or unintentional, that communicate hostile, derogatory, or negative racial slights and insults toward people of color
  • Mari
  • Mari
  • TashaMaybe add a prompt about using social media to enhance “awareness, knowledge, and skills” just to reiterate the intentionality of using the multicultural competence framework?
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    1. 1. Cultivating Multicultural Competence in 140 Characters or Less<br />Natasha Hopkins - @natashahopkins<br />Mari Knuth-Bouracee - @mari_knuth<br />Rachel Luna-Hammer - @lunahammer <br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    2. 2. Cultivating Multicultural Competence in 140 Characters or Less<br />Overview of social media<br />Emerging research<br />Multicultural competence theory and framework<br />Using social media for multicultural competence<br />Guiding principles<br />Examples & Activities<br />Q & A<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    3. 3. Common Types of Social Media<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    4. 4. Using Social Media…<br />Benefits<br />Assumptions & Implications<br />Information sharing<br />Information seeking<br />Relationship building<br />Technological accessibility <br />Class<br />Ability<br />Supplementary tool<br />Institutional support<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    5. 5. Emerging Research<br /> Process oriented education<br />Fluid learning structures<br />Basic, continuous openness<br />Ease in sharing<br />A medium optimized for social connections<br />Ebner, M. Lienhart, C. Ronhs, M. & Meyers, L. (2010). 6<br />Learning Styles <br />Customizable<br />Multiple venues for communication<br />Kolb(1985 ) and Keefe (1979) <br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    6. 6. Multicultural Competence<br />Awareness – “An openness to change, and belief that change is necessary and positive”<br />Knowledge – “Information about the nature of institutional oppression and power”<br />Skills – “Ability to challenge and support individuals and systems around oppression issues in a manner that optimizes multicultural interventions”<br />Pope, Reynolds, and Mueller, 2004, pg. 19<br />Theory and Framework<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    7. 7. Guiding Principles<br />Engage and institutionalize<br />Use within existing community<br />Create learning outcomes, plan, and timeline<br />Clarify expectations and ground rules <br />Provide context and background for topics<br />Utilize open-ended questions<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    8. 8. Questions?<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    9. 9. Twitter<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />Engaging in Practice<br /><ul><li>Multicultural Competency: Awareness
    10. 10. How can Twitter be used to increase awareness?</li></li></ul><li>Blogs<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />Engaging in Practice<br /><ul><li>Multicultural Competency: Knowledge
    11. 11. How would you usethis blog in conjunction with scholarship on microaggressions (e.g., Sue, 2010) to engage students in learning about systems of oppression?</li></li></ul><li>YouTube<br />Engaging in Practice<br />Multicultural Competency: Skills<br />How would you guide your students in utilizing “skills” to respond to this video?<br />How else would you challenge your students to use their skills to respond in effective ways?<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    12. 12. Questions?<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    13. 13. Develop your own plan…<br />for utilizing social media to further multicultural competence within your organization<br /><ul><li>What do you hope to achieve?
    14. 14. What learning outcomes are important for your organization?
    15. 15. Who will help you implement this plan?
    16. 16. What challenges will you encounter?</li></ul>2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />
    17. 17. Questions?<br />Natasha Hopkins - Heidelberg University<br />natasha.hopkins@gmail.com, @natashahopkins<br />Mari Knuth-Bouracee - Bowling Green State University<br />mari.knuth@gmail.com, @mari_knuth<br />Rachel Luna-Hammer - Bowling Green State University <br />rachluna@gmail.com, @lunahammer<br />2011 ACPA Annual Convention<br />

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