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  • JON introduces us
  • VIKA & HOPE Hope -
  • HOPE & VIKA Hope knew the Belarusians were juggling jobs and Alesia and Vika used to teaching fully Templated online courses versus faculty driven development started from scratch Curriculum shown on screen and
  • RC - Kick off the collaboration with help from Globalization 101 with setting up the curriculum in advance Levin Institute and Rebecca Smolar
  • VIKA Friendly relations
  • RC and VIKA
  • RICHARD shared discussion rubric between the partners , even though grading separately on each campus because this is a collaboration We are modeling international cooperation Important the rubric be mutually agreed upon
  • RICHARD Design a safe space for international collaborationCommunity college students don’t get to go international So this is big deal to be able to go beyond our county and to be talking with people from another country and speaking another language Place of second chances Place where 1st generation of college graduatesResting spot for new foreign students Our students are often changing careersMilitary
  • HOPE – You can see how substantial and sophisticated the responses are. Vika had been teaching online for a while but Richard was new to the online approach to teaching. We were ableto help Richard see how he can facilitate the guide on the side versus being the sage on the stage That the discussion board offers the opportunity to connect student to student. We provide juicy topics and let the sparks fly. It was great to see Richard look at the discussion board and marvel at how articulate the conversation evolved
  • RICHARD & VIKA RC - EHU students doing ESL RC_ Ulster students taking Contemporary World Literature RC- Enabled the students to have meanigful interaction beyond ……Graphic Novel because of ESL connection but the surprise and re-group was the sophistication in the responses from all VIKATimeliness of Iranian revolution Corrupt elections and Arab spring
  • Take yellow band to this screen and pixtonHW _ example of collessing truly Media Lesson plan and Persepolis and the structure of the graphic novelVIKA – thankful to HW for getting the tool set up RC – Importance of having an instructional designer and get tools involved to make it work as a class
  • VIKA & RICHVM- SUNY and EHU students equally enjoyed course, had things in common, metaphorical bridgeHW – US students taking freedom for granted
  • Atlanta presentation coil_rc_vm_hw_numbered

    1. 1. 1 EHU-SUNY COLLABORATIVE PROJECTDr. Victoria Minina, EFL, European Humanities University, Belarus Richard Cattabiani, Director of International Programs and Instructor, Contemporary World Literature, SUNY Ulster, USA Hope Windle , Instructional Designer, SUNY Ulster, USA
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    3. 3. Course Content 3  1 week introductory unit about Media 1.0 vs. 2.0 – designed by Richard Cattabiani and Hope Windle – with Rebecca Smolar, Globalization 101 + – reshaped by the EHU instructors 2 week unit focusing on the book Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi, initially designed by Richard Cattabiani but reshaped by all  2 week creative project based on the graphic novel format designed by all. +
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    5. 5. What it takes 5– Start early– Select your students very carefully– Use student-centered methodology– Use many visuals (e.g. photos, pictures, videos, etc)– Provide clear instructions for each assignment– Provide weekly feedback– Be ready to work hard
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    7. 7. 7  Choosing a methodology for online teaching  Developing detail instructions forCourse Development working in the course  Developing a syllabus and week by week assignments  Integrating EHU teaching standards into SUNY educational environment  Grading criteria & rubrics  Sharing of responsibilities  Engaging and selecting students
    8. 8. 8 Course Goals To design a safe space for international collaboration To articulate the difference between people driven media versus corporate or state driven media To broaden students and faculty appreciation of other cultures and politics
    9. 9. …I’m a bit skeptical about TV 9 as most of the channels in our country are of a government sector……Internet was an absolute breakthrough … v v v
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    11. 11. 11Creating a cross-cultural media project worthy of publication
    12. 12. 12 • Persepolis. I loved the story, and I thought it was clever to use a graphic novel to surpass any language barriers between the two groups.What students sayAmerican students really haveexplicit freedom of speech!!!!!!!! Anddue to this course we had anopportunity to appreciate it andexpress our ideas and then discussedthem!!! Wonderful!!!!!!!! It seems that US media is a little more democratic than Belarusian. But it was interesting to know that sometimes the Americans didnt trust the news as well as Belarusian people. I think I got good information about US media in this project.

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