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  1. Breaking Education’s4th Wall with Technology Selcen Phelps, PhD, MBA Westminster College November 2014

  2. The capstone experience

  3. Warming up with social media

  4. Blog example Help with some links Not only text Comments on handout/class discussion, tying to job experience Summarizes a case study read and presented by the student Expands on a concept I introduced in the lecture Categories & Tags Responds to another blog post by reviewing another class!

  5. “I was at a meeting today where the facilitator did everything by the book but managed to get everyone’s back up anyway because he seemed so manipulative---” Qnktn “I agree that you can teach facilitators tricks to keep the conversation flowing, but you cannot teach them to be unbiased. In the same sense, I’m not sure how much leadership can be taught--” rela85 “In an interview I once heard Diana Damrau, the coloratura soprano who is renowned for her range, and just happens to also possess phenomenal acting ability, say “You can impress people with your high notes, but you cannot touch people with your high notes.” Check out Ch 2 in your book and some of the literature on authentic leadership---”drphelps It’s in the comments…

  6. “I just came across an article on the use of universal search to improve the knowledge base of employees. The author says that in a traditional, fractured KM model, employees may spend 2-3 hours/day searching for company information. A well designed universal search application is transparent to the user and searches the content management systems as well as ---” lateblogger “It sounds useful but I’m wondering how much of this is hype. I noticed that the article is a white paper published by Endeca. Their screenshots do not seem to be that much different from a typical search engine, so the claim of transparency --- ” AJS AJS? Who’s AJS? VP of Ops of a company in Minnesota??? It’s in the comments…

  7. “Book Report”

  8. “Gen Ed class”

  9. “Applied Arts”

  10. “Geography Environmental Science Physical Ed”

  11. “Participation”

  12. Globe fm

  13. “Guest Speaker”

  14. “Class notes”

  15. “Distributed classroom”

  16. “Research Paper”

  17. Sense of ownership Internal and external collaborations Redefining participation Our students go there anyway

  18. Privacy issues “Cult of information” – Plagiarism… temptation Audience… tension Failure becomes public Student and faculty time … information fragmentation Might polarize the class instead of unifying it

  19. A compromise: e-portfolios

  20. “Best practices” Start with learning goals * Model, provide scaffold, point at help Create drafting/feedback/editing opportunities * Schedule with care Have a clear, detailed rubric * Incentivize engagement; teach how to listen/read Mediate – minimally, but with authority Join the conversation

  21. “Works for some” (Partially) control access Destroy when class concludes * Separate class and real-life profiles Work with media they already use * Let it get chaotic

  22. Preparation Trouble-shooting Learning goals Pros Technologies Cons