Leveraging Technology for Int'l Partnerships & Student Engagement
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These are the slides from the talk I gave on 10/18/12 at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia. There is also a sample video I showed them from my flipped stats class.

These are the slides from the talk I gave on 10/18/12 at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia. There is also a sample video I showed them from my flipped stats class.

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  • AAU’s Technology Goals: Modularization of courses, building up technology hardware infrastructure to support teaching and learning, training faculty and students to teach and learn with and through technology, creating human resources in the area of technology support for hardware maintenance, application support, and trouble-shooting/assisting OSU’s Technology Goals: Increase capacity for learning via the Internet, enhance our students' real-world experiences with integration of technology into the learning environment; enhance service learning opportunitiesMary Joy’s Technology Goals: Use of technology (esp. social media) for outreach and information of disseminations
  • Schoology – free/low cost learning management system to provide course materials, interactions, small group work (pushing and pulling info); would make a great tool for working with students who are in the fieldWeb-conferencing – Skype, Anymeeting.com, Adobe Connect (cost), Elluminate (cost)EdModo – educator/student only social networking (similar to Facebook; great for staying connected)TeacherTube – education-focused video (similar to YouTube; great for pushing info)LinkedIn – professional social networking (great for staying connected)Twitter – microblogging; great for announcements (great for pushing info)Blogger – blogging; great for student reflection/writing activities (great for pushing info)
  • Schoology

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  • 1. Leveraging the Power of Technology for University Partnerships and Student Engagement Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell The Ohio State University stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 2. NIU Altgeld HallProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 3. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 4. Overview O Partnership and goals O Examples of using technology for: O Collaborating, sharing and connecting O Enhancing student engagement/active learning O Brainstorming and sharing of ideas (time permitting)Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell |stuckey-
  • 5. Partnership & Selected Goals Research supervision; joint research; faculty & student exchange; technology Faculty & student exchange; Student/staff collaboration; service learning projects; service learning; program joint research endeavors evaluation; technologyProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 6. What about technology? Problem  Technology??  PLAN TEHNOLOGY SHOULD BE TRANSPARENT-- IT SHOULD NOT DETRACT FROM STUDENT LEARNING OR FROM OUR OTHER WORK!! What are the technology-related goals of each partner?Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 7. Technology Examples… TO KEEP IN MIND: These are possibilities that require a sufficiently fortified technology infrastructure to support them!Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 8. Collaborating and ConnectingProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 9. Collaborating, Sharing & Connecting O Connecting people: Meetings, cross-college and intra-college student mentoring; cross-cultural teaching/writing; connecting students while doing field experiences; using social media to build and maintain relationships O Access of information and resources: Students, faculty, and staff go to an online resource area to retrieve information (PULL) O Dissemination of information and resources: Students, faculty, and staff disseminate resources and project outcomes to University community and partners (PUSH)Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 10. Sample Tools and Uses O Schoology – free/low cost learning management system; provide course materials, interactions, small group work (pushing and pulling info); would make a great tool for working with students doing fieldwork in schools O Web-conferencing – Skype, Anymeeting.com, Adobe Connect, Elluminate for live online meetings O EdModo – educator/student only social networking (similar to Facebook; great for staying connected) O TeacherTube – education-focused video (similar to YouTube; great for pushing info) O LinkedIn – professional social networking (great for staying connected) O Twitter – microblogging; great for announcements (great for pushing info) O Blogger – blogging; great for student reflection/writing activities (great for pushing info)Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 11. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 12. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 13. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 14. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 15. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 16. Enhancing Student Engagement and Active LearningProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 17. Enhancing Student Engagement & Active Learning Illustrative example: The Saga of the Intro Stats Course O Traditional, lecture-based approach O Practice problems assigned for homework O Many anxious students O More anxiety = less learning! O Unhappy teacher Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 18. The Solution… O The “Flipped” classroom (Bergmann & Sams, 2012) O The “inverted” classroom (Lage & Platt, 2000) Lecture  AT HOME “Homework”  IN CLASSProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 19. Lecture & Practice Materials O Video lecture (usu. 3-5 segments; 7-8 mins) O EX: “Testing Research Questions - Part 1” O PPT images and lecture script O Self-study Activity O 5-10 recall questions on lecture content O Practice Activities O Conceptual and application problems on content O Discussion area for posting questions during lecture O Access via Learning Management System - “Carmen” (Desire2Learn is the vendor)Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 20. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 21. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu
  • 22. Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 23. Let’s watch!!
  • 24. Can you guess what happens at home? O Students watch the videos!! O As many times as they like O At their own pace O They can discuss with a study group O They read along using the scripts O They answer the self-study questions O The students read, watch, process!Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 25. Can you guess what happens in class? O Students work on deepening understanding and applying knowledge! O Collaboratively WITH peers O In a supportive environment O With the teacher to provide just-in-time instruction and answer questions O The teacher spends more time with students! The students practice and learn!Prof. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 26. Summary… TEHNOLOGY SHOULD BE TRANSPARENT--IT SHOULD NOT DETRACT FROM STUDENT LEARNING OR FROM OUR OTHER WORK!! So many possibilities when there is asufficiently fortified technology infrastructure to support them! With our partnership, we could determine: Problem  Technology??  PLANProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 27. We want YOUR ideas!! List two ideas or initiatives for our future partnership. Discuss with a partner and write your ideas on the slip of paperProf. Tracey A. Stuckey-Mickell | stuckey-
  • 28. Let’s build a greatpartnership endeavor!!