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UAS Preso

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Preso for introducing myself to UAS hiring committee and guests

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UAS Preso

  1. 3. Hi! How are you?
  2. 4. who is with us today? tell us your name tell us why you’re here; and do you play a musical instrument?
  3. 5. my practice teaching advising research service et alia
  4. 10. design research interests Better know the ways in which social media supports/deepens formal and informal learning activity for teachers & students & community Share findings
  5. 11. design research interests What does a good online course look like? What does a great online course look like?
  6. 16. social media (shirky, 2008) share communicate collaborate act
  7. 18. political platform entertainment hub engaging can lead to action
  8. 19. every person can be seen & heard, a media producer, a singer, dancer, writer, talk show host, reporter photographer, dj
  9. 20. social media & creativity organize without organizations museums with and without walls social justice & artistic expression
  10. 21. social media in action Reduced to its most core elements, this book is about the relationship between three concepts - media convergence , participatory culture , and collective intelligence .... Jenkins, 2006
  11. 22. social media & eLearning ecology-based tools/canvas rethink time & space learning redesign (Reeves)
  12. 23. what can I offer? Teaching & Advising: f2f & online Service: monthly colloquia; pd Research: dr + tpck Leadership: coordinate grad/undergrad ed tech programming
  13. 24. what I’m reading Deschooling Society – Ivan Illich, 1970 How We Decide – Jonah Lehrer, 2009 The Elements of User Experience – Jesse James Garrett, 2003 Persuasive Technology – B.J. Fogg, 2003 Emotional Design – Donald A. Norman, 2004 Context & Consciousness – Nardi, Ed., 1996 Designing for Virtual Communities in the Service of Learning – Barab, Kling, Gray, 2004 The Art of Innovation -- Tom Kelley, 2001
  14. 25. walt whitman (1865) WHEN I heard the learn’d astronomer,  When the proofs, the figures, were ranged in columns before me,  When I was shown the charts and the diagrams, to add, divide, and measure them When I, sitting, heard the astronomer, where he lectured with much applause in the lecture-room, How soon, unaccountable, I became tired and sick; Till rising and gliding out, I wander’d off by myself,  In the mystical moist night-air, and from time to time, Look’d up in perfect silence at the stars.
  15. 26. technology integration research & implications IT’S PERSONAL CHANGE TAKES TIME :: SUSTAINABILITY = ONGOING INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION part of daily work (not an add-on) :: developmentally appropriate IMPORTANCE of COACHING, MENTORING, MODELING technology as a process vs technology as hardware CURRICULUM as FOCUS successful integration = aligned with curriculum CREATE CO-LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES LEADERSHIP = clear admin message and support STRUCTURE EMPLOY INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN FRAMEWORK BE AUTHENTIC THE PROBLEM IS NOT TECHNOLOGY but often PEDAGOGICL BELIEFS SUPPORT ONGOING discussion, EXPLORATION, trial & error

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