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Teach Feast 2015: integrative tools for engagement at Michigan

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Teach Feast is an annual celebration of innovation in teaching and technologies at the University of Michigan. This presentation was on tools and strategies for engaged learning, from internships to badges, e-portfolios to digital storytelling.

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Teach Feast 2015: integrative tools for engagement at Michigan

  1. 1. Integrative Tools for Engagement at Michigan Patricia F. Anderson, Rachael Criso, Carrie Luke, & Emily Puckett Rodgers
  2. 2. Welcome! @PFAnderson @EPuckett@RCriso @clluke2edu
  3. 3. Session Plan ● Defining Engagement ● Four approaches: Michigan Internship Learning Environment — Rachael Digital Badges — Emily Electronic Portfolios — Carrie Digital Storytelling — Patricia ● Table Discussions
  4. 4. Defining Engagement Engaged Learning [en-geyjd lur-ning] (n.) – a pedagogical approach that foregrounds lived experience and emphasizes practice in authentic settings—often bridging curricular and co-curricular, classroom and community, local and global—to enable learners to develop effective habits of thought and action that prepare them to address contemporary societal problems in a world that is increasingly volatile, uncertain, ambiguous, and complex. The emphasis on real-world problems, practices, parameters, and impact make engaged learning distinct and especially relevant to today’s learners.
  5. 5. Engaged Learning Goals Based on the synthesis report from the Provost’s Task Teams on Engaged Learning and Digital Instruction, 2014.
  6. 6. Engagement in Context undergraduate research entrepreneurship arts engagement community-based learning / service learning project-based learning internships / externships / field work student-directed projects and curricula photo c/o Semester in Detroit
  7. 7. Michigan Internship Learning Environment Rachael Criso, Ph.D. International Internships Coordinator, Undergraduate Education Dean's Office French Faculty, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
  8. 8. The Michigan Internship Learning Environment - Rachael Criso - An online platform to support and enhance off-campus engaged learning and reflexion
  9. 9. Traditional classroom setting: Off-campus internships:
  10. 10. The impetus for MILE: • Off-site • Off-schedule • Non-conforming experiences • Several stakeholders • Puzzle pieces that needed a home
  11. 11. Canvas And……
  12. 12. The Internship Network
  13. 13. MILE: Advantages • Customizable for any unit • Flexible timing • Full access for student, staff, internship host, and UM faculty • Fully integrating internship experience into UM academics
  14. 14. Digital Badges Emily Puckett Rodgers, MSI Entrepreneurship Program Manager School of Information
  15. 15. Imagesource:UMSI(FairUse)
  16. 16. Imagesource:ConnectedLearningInfographicCCBY3.0
  17. 17. Screenshotsource:MozillaOpenBadges(FairUse)
  18. 18. Steven Lonn, Ph.D, Assistant Director, Assessment and Evaluation at the Office of Digital Education & Innovation (@stevelonn) “On any given day at the University of Michigan, there are hundreds of guest lectures, student group events, workshops, tutorials, and exhibits that present a tremendous variety of learning opportunities to the student community that are only available in this rich residential setting.” U-M does not yet have a comprehensive way to track, recognize, or validate these learning opportunities, nor provide a framework to help integrate them into students’ curricular pathways.
  19. 19. Screenshotsource:U-MCanvasMBlem(FairUse)
  20. 20. OUR PROGRAM’S GOAL Inspire and support every student to participate in at least one passion- led, self-driven innovation project during their tenure at UMSI.
  21. 21. ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS Being an entrepreneur can mean a lot of things, but for us it means harnessing your passion, recognizing opportunities for innovation, and working to develop real solutions to real problems. Our programming centers on developing these 7 core skills: 1. Discovery 2. Ideation 3. Validation 4. Persuasion 5. Negotiation 6. Leadership 7. Adaptation
  22. 22. U-M ● DEI http://digitaleducation.umich.edu/ ● CRLT http://www.crlt.umich.edu/node/57781 ● Canvas Mblem https://www.mblem.umich.edu/ ELSEWHERE ● Mozilla Open Badges http://openbadges.org/ ● Connected Learning http://connectedlearning.tv/ ● Open Badge Alliance http://www.badgealliance.org/ BADGING RESOURCES
  23. 23. Electronic Portfolios Carrie Luke, M.A. Instructional Learning Specialist and Portfolio Lead University Library
  24. 24. Electronic Portfolio A digital collection of work including evidence of a person’s development, such as values, skills, & experiences, collected for the purpose(s) of: ● reflection and integration, ● showcasing excellent work, ● and/or assessment.
  25. 25. Reflecting on Engagement "We do not actually learn from experience as much as we learn from reflecting on experience." — George J. Posner Field Experience: A Guide to Reflective Teaching 1985 "We learn by doing and realizing what came of what we did." — John Dewey Experience and Education 1938 “Self-Reflection” created by Aenne Brielmann from the Noun Project
  26. 26. Process + Pedagogy ● foregrounds reflection ● fosters intentionality ● supports integration ● makes learning visible
  27. 27. Common Contents ● philosophy ● vision ● goals ● artifacts / evidence ● reflections ● competencies ● multimedia ● vita “Suitcase” created by Zoe Austin “Portfolios” create by buzzyrobot from the Noun Project
  28. 28. Reflective Framework Identify and articulate: ● importance of experience ● knowledge and skills gained ● connections across contexts ● impact on self and others ● implications for the future “Self-Reflection” created by Aenne Brielmann from the Noun Project
  29. 29. Reflective Activities ● philosophy + vision ● generative listening ● “nine lives” + “five whys” ● meta-reflections ● diamond decision model ● speed knowledge transfer ● experience synthesis statements
  30. 30. ePortfolio + Engagement ePortfolio processes help students: ● unpack EL experiences ● identify and articulate impact ● integrate EL with coursework ● build reflective habits ● develop EL competencies ● align growth with EL outcomes “Network” created by Lorena Salagre from the Noun Project
  31. 31. Engaged Learning Outcomes Venues Creative Academic internships Innovative Civic engagement Collaborative Education abroad Intercultural Undergraduate research Responsible “Merge” created by Dmitry Baranovskiy from the Noun Project
  32. 32. Internships + Practica ● Michigan International Internship and Service Program (MIISP) ● Development Summer Internship Program ● SPH - Health Behavior + Health Education ● SI - Practical Engagement Program ● SOE - Higher Education Masters Program
  33. 33. Service + Civic Engagement ● Dental Hygiene E-Learning Program ● SI - Citizen Interaction Design ● Ginsberg - Alternative Spring Break ● Ginsberg - Davis Projects for Peace ● Sexual Assault Prevention and Awareness ● Arts at Michigan - Arts Ambassadors
  34. 34. Research ● LSA - Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) ● LSA - Michigan Research Community (MRC) ● MICHR - Master of Science in Clinical Research ● MICHR - Global Research Summer Program
  35. 35. Education Abroad ● SSW - Office of Global Activities ● SI - Global Information Engagement Program ● International Center Student Council ● LSA - Center for Global and Intercultural Study (GIEU) ● CoE - International Programs
  36. 36. Join us! ePortfolio Special Interest Group Thursday, November 19 12:00 - 2:00 PM Hatcher Gallery Lab (Room 100) Email us to ask questions, set up a consultation, or join the ePortfolio SIG: mporthelp@umich.edu For more info: http://mportfolio.umich.edu
  37. 37. Digital Storytelling Patricia F. Anderson, MILS Emerging Technologies Librarian Taubman Health Sciences Library
  38. 38. ● what is it? ● how is it being used on campus? ● how could attendees leverage it in their course or program? ● resources for further exploration _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _| |_|___|_| |_ ___| | ___| |_ ___ ___ _ _| |_ ___| | |_|___ ___ | . | | . | | _| .'| | |_ -| _| . | _| | | _| -_| | | | | . | |___|_|_ |_|_| |__,|_| |___|_| |___|_| |_ |_| |___|_|_|_|_|_|_ | |___| |___| |___| Tools used on this slide: http://www.network-science.de/ascii/ | http://cooltext.com/ | http://writing.galaxyzoo.org/ | http://patorjk.com/software/taag/ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ |D|i|g|i|t|a|l| |S|t|o|r|y|t|e|l|l|i|n|g| +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+ Digital Storytelling
  39. 39. DigitalStorytelling-WhatIsIt? ● “If a story is not about the hearere, he will not liste. And here I made a rule—a great and interesting story is about everyone, or it will not last.” - John Steinbeck, “East of Eden.” Quote: John Steinbeck. Image: Elijah van der Giessen https://www.flickr.com/photos/evdg/9727111416
  40. 40. DigitalStorytelling-WhatIsIt? ● “Digital storytelling is the art of using digital content—still images, video clips, voiceovers, sound effects, and music—to create compelling narrative movies.” Craig Roland (2007). The Art of Digital Storytelling. School Art,105 (7), 26. https://www.davisart.com/Promotions/SchoolArts/PDF/ArtEd10_07.pdf ● “The genre, a 2-4 minute short video – deeply personal, elegantly presented – has become a new form of communication, ideal for the social media world we now inhabit.” StoryCenter, http://www.storycenter.org/workshops-ds ● “Digital storytelling is the modern expression of the ancient art of storytelling.” (Helen C. Barrett, 2011, http://electronicportfolios.com/digistory/ )
  41. 41. DigitalStorytelling-WhatIsIt? ● Digital storytelling ... ○ equals telling stories with technology and/or online. ○ can use a variety of media (video, audio, pictures, “text,” and probably more in the future) ■ usually does NOT focus on written language as in novels or short stories ○ can combine a variety of media (video/spoken word; video/music; music/images; voice/images; images/words; etc.) ○ can focus on one or more types of sensory input (ears, eyes, movement, stillness) and can evoke other senses not yet available in most online spaces (touch, scent, taste) ○ can be highly or loosely structured
  42. 42. DigitalStorytelling-WhatIsIt? ● Videos (StoryCenter [Center for Digital Storytelling], Animoto, Moving Poems, Visual.ly, Zeodia) ● Audio (SoundCloud, Story Collider, StoryCorps, The Moth) ● Photos / Scrapbooks (Exposure, Flickr, Momentile, Pictory, many more) ● Twitter (novels [TweetHeart], short stories [“The Right Sort”], re-enactments [@TitanicRealTime, TwHistory, #KU_WWI, etc.]) ● Timelines (Dipity, MyHistro, OurStory) ● Comics / Webcomics (BitStrips, Pixton, ToonDoo) ● Blended (Cowbird, Exposure, Medium, Soundslides) Leopardskin Librarian: http://leopardskinlibrarian.wordpress.com/
  43. 43. DigitalStorytelling-WhatIsIt? Digistorytellin https://www.flickr.com/photos/digistorytellin/5675331799/
  44. 44. DigitalStorytellinginEducation-WhoUsesIt? ● Ohio State University http://u.osu.edu/digitalstorytelling/ ● Rockefeller Foundation https://www.rockefellerfoundation.org/blog/digital-storytelling-social-impact/ ● Stonybrook University http://guides.library.stonybrook.edu/digital-storytelling ● University of Colorado, Denver http://www.ucdenver.edu/faculty_staff/faculty/center-for-faculty- development/Documents/Tutorials/Rubrics/documents/ex_digital_storytelling.pdf ● University of Houston http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/index.cfm Rubric http://digitalstorytelling. coe.uh.edu/page.cfm?id=24&cid=24&sublinkid=43 MOOC (Coursera) https://www.coursera. org/course/digitalstorytelling ● University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign http://courseweb.lis.illinois.edu/~jevogel2/lis506/index. html Rubric: http://courseweb.lis.illinois.edu/~jevogel2/lis506/evaluation.html ● University of Maryland, Baltimore County http://stories.umbc.edu/ ● University of Wisconsin (all campuses) https://designlab.wisc.edu/digital-storytelling Guide http: //researchguides.library.wisc.edu/digitalstorytelling
  45. 45. DigitalStorytellinginEducation-WhoUsesIt? Cheryl Colan (HummingCrow): Mapping Ripples: https: //www.flickr. com/photos/hummingcro w/3543041757
  46. 46. DigitalStorytelling-HERE!! ● College of Literature, Science and the Arts ○ Resources for Locating Digital Storytelling in the Undergraduate Creative Writing Curriculum https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/rcwriters/digital-storytelling/ ○ Digital Storytelling Art Show http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/rcwriters/event/digital-storytelling-art- show/ ● Ross School of Business ○ StoryLab https://michiganross.umich.edu/sanger/story-lab ● School of Art & Design ○ Stamps professor has designs on visual storytelling https://record.umich.edu/articles/stamps- professor-has-designs-visual-storytelling ● School of Education ● School of Engineering ○ Faculty find storytelling helps students learn http://ur.umich.edu/1011/Nov22_10/1804-faculty- find-storytelling ● School of Medicine
  47. 47. DigitalStorytelling-HERE!! ● School of Nursing ○ Digital Storytelling An Innovative Technological Approach to Nursing Education http: //deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/110783 ● School of Public Health ○ Community Garden Storytelling Project of Flint http://prc.sph.umich.edu/projects/community- garden-storytelling-project/ ● School of Social Work ○ Healing One Story at a Time: Digital Storytelling and Indigenous Intersectionality http://ssw. umich.edu/events/list/2014/01/20/45763-healing-one-story-at-a-time-digital-storytelling-and- indigenous-intersectionality ● Taubman College of Architecture & Urban Planning ○ “Salon Storytelling … an evening of storytelling and a discussion of how to craft a story through data, design, mapping and narration.” https://taubmancollege.umich. edu/events/2015/11/05/salon-storytelling
  48. 48. DigitalStorytelling-HERE!! ● UMHS ○ How Storytelling Helps Children Express Feelings About Loss http://www.uofmhealth. org/health-library/aa129163 ○ Legacy Therapy http://www. mcancer.org/support/managing- emotions/complementary- therapies/legacy-therapy ○ Sharing Your Story: Creative ways to document your personal experiences http://www.mcancer. org/living-with-cancer/mind-body- The Way to Cajun Country https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=mnQT7BKpz-g
  49. 49. DigitalStorytelling-Resources ● Digital Storytelling in Education, by Queenie Tse https://www.mindmeister.com/91506357/digital-storytelling-in-education
  50. 50. DigitalStorytelling-Resources ● CogDog Blog (Alan Levine): 50+ Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story: http: //cogdogblog.com/stuff/50ways/ OR https://50ways.wikispaces.com/ ● DS106 (Digital Storytelling online course): http://ds106.us/ About: http: //connectedlearning.tv/ds106-open-digital-storytelling ● Helen C. Barrett http://electronicportfolios.com/digistory/ ● Kathy Schrock: Digital Storytelling http://www.schrockguide.net/digital- storytelling.html ● StoryCenter (previously: Center for Digital Storytelling) http://www.storycenter. org/
  51. 51. DigitalStorytelling-Resources ● 100 Digital Storytelling Tools for your Digital Selves + Natives / Ozge Karaoglu ○ Part 1: https://ozgekaraoglu.edublogs.org/2009/11/08/100-digital-storytelling-tools-for-your- digital-selves-natives-part-1/ ○ Part 2: http://ozgekaraoglu.edublogs.org/2009/11/11/100-digital-storytelling-tools-for-your- digital-selves-natives-part-2/ ○ Part 3: https://ozgekaraoglu.edublogs.org/2009/11/17/100-digital-storytelling-tools-for-your- digital-selves-natives-part-3/ ○ Part 4: https://ozgekaraoglu.edublogs.org/2009/11/23/100-digital-storytelling-tools-for-your- digital-selves-natives-part-4/
  52. 52. DigitalStorytelling-TheEnd Less Than Sacred Memories http://cowbird.com/story/30984/Less_Than_Sacred_Memories/
  53. 53. Table Discussions ● What forms does engaged learning take in your department, course, or program? ● How might the approaches we presented enhance your existing student engagement opportunities? ● How might they inform new engagement opportunities or projects? ● What challenges do you foresee in utilizing these approaches? ● What is one approach, example, or idea you are leaving with today that you plan to incorporate into your own practice?
  54. 54. What is one approach, example, or idea you are leaving with today that you plan to incorporate into your own practice?
  55. 55. Connect with us: PF Anderson: <pfa@umich.edu> @pfanderson Rachael Criso: <rcriso@umich.edu> @rcriso Carrie Luke: <clluke@umich.edu> @clluke2edu Emily Puckett Rodgers: <epuckett@umich.edu> @epuckett Continue the conversation: open consulting 3:00 - 4:15 PM collaboration room

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