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  1. Transmedia Storytelling: Group Think Teaching in a Networked World Brad King, Assistant Professor, Journalism Emerging Media Initiative Fellow

  2. ***

  3. <six ways our mind lies>

  4. <attention> <memory> <confidence> <knowledge> <cause> <potential>

  5. ***

  6. <things that got me interested>

  7. <the wisdom of crowds, by jamessurowiecki>

  8. <u.s.s. scorpion>

  9. <may 21, 1967>

  10. <john craven>

  11. <distributed “expert” team>

  12. <not one “area of expertise”>

  13. <no group work>

  14. <Bayes’ theorem>

  15. <220 yards>

  16. <4 ideas>

  17. <diversity of private opinion>

  18. <independent>

  19. <decentralized knowledge acquisition>

  20. <aggregation>

  21. <creates a “wisdom of crowds>

  22. <how we study>

  23. <ball state research: cmd>

  24. <111 photo essays submitted>

  25. <learning environment>

  26. <similar>

  27. <in philosophy>

  28. <books>

  29. <notes>

  30. <highlighting>

  31. <memorizing>

  32. <even if you think you are not>

  33. <implicit or explicit faculty instruction>

  34. <academically adrift, by richard arum + josephroksa>

  35. <1960 student: 40 hours/week on academics> <2010 student: 27 hours/week on academics>

  36. <2010 student: less than 12 hours/week studying>

  37. <faculty spend less than 11 hours/week on prep, teaching, and advising>

  38. <45% of students show no improvement w/ critical thinking, complex reasoning, and writing>

  39. <take away>

  40. <transformative time> <rigor has fallen> <unprepared students> <neglected digital tools>

  41. <but>

  42. <digital education can solve this>

  43. ***