A New Culture of                   LearningKey Conversations from the 2012 National Leadership Symposium             ACPA ...
Rigorous design     Engaging    experiences   Demonstrated      results  are necessary incontemporary society   to create ...
New Learners of the 21st Century               http://youtu.be/52eViqY1B7QDiana Rhoten, Program Director of Digital Media ...
A New Culture of    Learning      …our skill sets have a shorter      life.      …understanding play =      understanding ...
Mindsets & Dispositions         Skills
Play is critical to learning •   In Play we explore, imagine,     research, try again, test     ideas, hypothesize, engage...
Mentorship in a        Connected World•   “Learning is a remarkably    social process. In truth, it    occurs not as a res...
Social & Technical Infrastructures   Leveraging learning in both/and
Design & Engagement                do it with intentionality“Design is a plan forarranging elements insuch a way as to bes...
tension around roles, boundaries, responsibility for learning, power               formal • informal          structures •...
From Space to Place for • Setting the Learning  environment for  learning -• Sensory Integration  Rule #9 Stimulate  more ...
Engagement Modalities• Autonomy - Mastery -          •   Task - what they do Purpose                                •   Ti...
Impact on Leader(ship)        Learning (Education)?• Opening for learning  and change.• Ability to innovate,  imagine.• Ab...
WHAT ARE WE DESIGNING?What is LEADERSHIPEDUCATION/LEARNING??? • Value/identity   development? • Skill acquisition? • A pro...
Is leadershipeducation/learning    primarily:  Value/identity  development?
Is leadershipeducation/learning    primarily:Skill acquisition?
Is leadershipeducation/learning    primarily: Mastering group  processes?
A COMPREHENSIVE MODELLeadership education/learning that addresses:•The needs of leaders•The needs of followers•A focus on ...
“leader” vs. “leadership”Leader                          LeaderSHIPDevelopment                     DevelopmentFocus on ind...
Leader vs. Leadership                  BOTH ARE IMPORTANT!Within Leader Development:•Should focus on FIT•Do I see myself a...
ASSESSINGRESULTS
ASSESSING RESULTS                KEY POINT:        The more intentional we arewith our design and our intended outcomes,  ...
2012 SYMPOSIUM RESULTSEnd-user design• Clear communications?• Attention to environment for learning?• Role modeling from s...
QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
What’s Up Next:Student Involvement Assessment and Research: Measuring Student Learning                     September 20, 2...
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This is the inaugural webcast in the Commission for Student Involvement E-Series. This webcast is about the key conversations from the 2012 National Leadership Symposium.

This past year, the focus of the Symposium was on the rigorous design, engaging experiences, and demonstrated results necessary for quality leadership education in our contemporary society. Participants and presenters engaged in a shared reading which served as a collective thread across each session: A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change (Thomas & Brown, 2011). Focused on creating frameworks for quality education of students in today’s digital age, the book provided a springboard from which ideas were shared in translating the material to college leadership education.

Webinar participants will hear from the coordinators of this year’s Symposium: David Rosch, an Assistant Professor of Leadership Education at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, and Marilyn Bugenhagen, an Associate Professor of Leadership at Marian University, as they review some of the highlights and key concepts discussed this past summer.

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A New Culture of Learning

  1. 1. A New Culture of LearningKey Conversations from the 2012 National Leadership Symposium ACPA Commission on Student Involvement Inaugural e-Learning September 6, 2012 1 pm est Facilitators: Marilyn J Bugenhagen | Associate Professor of Leadership | Marian University, Wisconsin David Rosch | Assistant Professor of Leadership Education | University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Moderator: Mark Anthony Torrez | Assistant Director for Community Engagement | Emory University
  2. 2. Rigorous design Engaging experiences Demonstrated results are necessary incontemporary society to create qualityleader(ship) learning.
  3. 3. New Learners of the 21st Century http://youtu.be/52eViqY1B7QDiana Rhoten, Program Director of Digital Media and Learning atthe Social Science Research Center, describes how digital media can engage young people in informal learning contexts.
  4. 4. A New Culture of Learning …our skill sets have a shorter life. …understanding play = understanding learning. …mentorship has a new importance and meaning.
  5. 5. Mindsets & Dispositions Skills
  6. 6. Play is critical to learning • In Play we explore, imagine, research, try again, test ideas, hypothesize, engage with others, innovate, try again, experience, envision, think, learn from others, try again, listening, move, are open, change, reconsider, try again, learn…. • Can leader(ship) learning (education) do this?
  7. 7. Mentorship in a Connected World• “Learning is a remarkably social process. In truth, it occurs not as a response to teaching, but rather as a result of a social framework that fosters learning.” ~John Seely Brown
  8. 8. Social & Technical Infrastructures Leveraging learning in both/and
  9. 9. Design & Engagement do it with intentionality“Design is a plan forarranging elements insuch a way as to bestaccomplish a particularpurpose.”Charles Eames
  10. 10. tension around roles, boundaries, responsibility for learning, power formal • informal structures • unstructured presenter-led • peer-facilitated delivered to • discovered with right answers • right questions speaker expertise • community wisdom
  11. 11. From Space to Place for • Setting the Learning environment for learning -• Sensory Integration Rule #9 Stimulate more of the senses.• Room arrangements make a difference
  12. 12. Engagement Modalities• Autonomy - Mastery - • Task - what they do Purpose • Time - when they do it•compliance. Autonomy “Control leads to • Technique - How they do it leads to engagement.” Daniel Pink • Team - Whom they do it with
  13. 13. Impact on Leader(ship) Learning (Education)?• Opening for learning and change.• Ability to innovate, imagine.• Ability to learn.• Ability to collaborate & socially construct with others.
  14. 14. WHAT ARE WE DESIGNING?What is LEADERSHIPEDUCATION/LEARNING??? • Value/identity development? • Skill acquisition? • A process of group competence? • What else?
  15. 15. Is leadershipeducation/learning primarily: Value/identity development?
  16. 16. Is leadershipeducation/learning primarily:Skill acquisition?
  17. 17. Is leadershipeducation/learning primarily: Mastering group processes?
  18. 18. A COMPREHENSIVE MODELLeadership education/learning that addresses:•The needs of leaders•The needs of followers•A focus on how goals are chosen and achieved•The organizational context•The overarching cultural values of players
  19. 19. “leader” vs. “leadership”Leader LeaderSHIPDevelopment DevelopmentFocus on individual Focus on group capacitiescapacities •Interpersonal relationships and• Self-awareness/regulation obligations• Human capital skills •Building teams based on trust and• What individuals need to be respect successful •What teams need to be successful
  20. 20. Leader vs. Leadership BOTH ARE IMPORTANT!Within Leader Development:•Should focus on FIT•Do I see myself as a leader? Do others?•Do I feel challenged by particIpating?•Or am I presented with material where I feel like “I already know this”Within LeaderSHIP Development•Can I diagnose leadership situations accurately?•Do I understand how to apply interpersonal concepts?
  21. 21. ASSESSINGRESULTS
  22. 22. ASSESSING RESULTS KEY POINT: The more intentional we arewith our design and our intended outcomes, the easier our process of demonstrating results DESIGN → CURRICULUM → CHECKING RESULTS
  23. 23. 2012 SYMPOSIUM RESULTSEnd-user design• Clear communications?• Attention to environment for learning?• Role modeling from scholars / facilitators?• Relevant and engaging content?• Better/worse than other options?Focus on outcomes• Important take-aways?• “What will you do next?”
  24. 24. QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION
  25. 25. What’s Up Next:Student Involvement Assessment and Research: Measuring Student Learning September 20, 2012 |1 - 2pm EST Presenter: Matt Garrett, Director, Office of Student Leadership & Service, Emory University To register, complete the following web form:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDNaNWVxQjBv WkJYbWd4dVlwWGdOT3c6MA#gid=0 Please direct questions related to this specific webcast to Matt Garrett, Vice Chair for Research, at matt.garrett@emory.edu

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